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Removal Office in Aylesford, ME2
Removal Office in ME2 Aylesford These Removal Office companies are located in Aylesford

Handy Moves
Company Type: Removal Company
Unit 53 , 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Removal Office
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Office Removals
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

All Secure Self Storage Ltd
Company Type: Office Removal Companies
Station Approach Canal Road
, ME2 4DR
Tel. 0800-597 9898

Amove Ltd
Company Type: Office Moves
Canal Rd
, ME2 4DR
Tel. 0870-066 8631

J & S Removals
Company Type: Crate Hire
Port Medway Marina/Station Rd
, ME2 1AB
Tel. 07890 063833

The following Removal Office are the ones that we have found closest to Aylesford
Company Type: Removals
Unit 12B Quarry Road Ind Est
, ME20 7NA
Tel. 01622 719349

Leach S W & Sons
Company Type: Office Removal Companies
The Oaks 136 The Avenue
, ME20 7RL
Tel. 01732 842122

W B H Transport
Company Type: Removal Office
1 Nightingale Av
, CT5 4TR
Tel. 01227 266044

Dempsey W J
Company Type: Office Removals
Diamond Rd
, CT5 1LN
Tel. 01227 261758

Foad W M
Company Type: Office Removal Companies
Unit 16/Joseph Wilson Ind Est/Millstrood Rd
, CT5 3PS
Tel. 01227 272384

Leach T
Company Type: Office Removals
136 The Av
, ME20 7RL
Tel. 01622 882070

McMillan Removals
Company Type: Crate Hire
Unit 1-2 Paddlesworth Farm Paddlesworth Rd
, ME6 5DR
Tel. 01634 240182

Elite Business Moving Ltd
Company Type: Removal Office
Marsh Green Rd
, TN8 5PP
Tel. 01732 865977

Company Type: Office Removal Companies
Blue Hawk House/Unit A1/Manor Way Business Pk/Manor Way
, DA10 0PP
Tel. 0800 515930

Simpsons Removals & Storage Ltd
Company Type: Office Removals
A1-A2/Unit/Manor Way Business Pk/Manor Way
, DA10 0PP
Tel. 01322 381381

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ME2 Removal Office services in Aylesford
Places of interest in Aylesford, ME2

Rochester Castle

In 1206, King John spent 115 on repairs to the castle. He even preemptively held it during the year of the negotiations leading up to Magna Carta, but its terms forced him to hand it back into the custody of Stephen Langton, archbishop of Canterbury, in May 1215. The rebel barons then sent troops under William d'Aubigny to the castle, to whom its constable Reginald de Cornhill opened the castle's gates. During October, marching from Dover to London, John then found Rochester in his way and on 11 October began besieging it in person.

Rochester, Kent

Rochester is the setting of the controversial 1965 Peter Watkins television film The War Game, which depicts the town's destruction by a nuclear missile.[21] The opening sequence was shot in Chatham Town Hall, but the credits particularly thank the people of Dover, Gravesend and Tonbridge.

Strood railway station

The station has three ground-level platforms; Platforms 2 and 3 are on an island platform and Platform 1 is at the eastern side. The entrance and ticket office adjoin Platform 1, with a tunnel from that platform leading to the island. Platforms 2 and 1 mainly handle traffic to and from London respectively, with Maidstone and Paddock Wood services terminating at and returning from Platform 3.


By the beginning of the 1900s, Basildon had evolved with much of the land having been sold in small plots during a period of land speculation and development taking placed haphazardly with building by plotowners ranging from shelters created from recycled materials to brick-built homes and with amenities such as water, gas, electricity and hard-surfaced roads lacking.[7]

Hadleigh Castle

The construction of Hadleigh castle began during the reign of King Henry III in 1230 for Hubert de Burgh - 1st Earl of Kent and Chief Justiciar of England, but the castle was requisitioned in 1232 by Henry after Hubert was imprisoned.[2][3]

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