Newton Le Willows House Removals – Newton le Willows Man and Van
Newton le Willows House Removals
We’ve been carrying out Newton le Willows house removals for years and have based our success on offering a combination of first class service coupled with unbeatable prices. We can offer a moving package to suit every budget whether you’re moving from a one bedroom flat or a six bedroom house we have the knowledge and expertise to ensure your Newton le Willows house removal goes smoothly and doesn’t cost the earth.
If you need a Newton le Willows house removal give us a call on 01925 497477 our phone lines are open 24 hours a day seven days a week. We’ll answer any questions you might have and provide you with a moving quote that we know won’t be beaten
Moving the contents of your house or business is probably one of the most stressful things that you’ll ever do in your life so it’s important to find the right people to help.
Newton le Willows House Removals From Zebra Removals
Our Newton le Willows house removal service is an excellent choice if you want the quality and level of service that you would expect from a large removal company but with prices equivalent to a local man and van operation.
We don’t use large lorries, we use smaller, more economical 3.5 tonne Luton vans which means we don’t have the large overheads associated with running expensive vehicles. We can pass this saving on to you.
At Zebra Removals you will be dealing with a company that has built a reputation for getting the job done. Safely, securely, with quality and with a personal understanding of what our customers are going through. We may not know the reason for the move but, we do know what’s involved in it and we’ll guide you every step of the way if that’s what you need from us.
We understand people have different needs, different budgets and different attitudes to the moving process. Our staff have considerable experience and are ready, willing and able to work with you to find the most appropriate and cost-effective solution for your move.
Zebra Removals offers a complete range of moving options for both private and commercial customers. We’ll work with you until the move is complete.
We’ve carried out man Newton le Willows house removals as well as removals across the North West and the rest of the country. Why not read what some of our customers tell us on our testimonial page?
Newton le Willows Information
Newton’s history since the 19th century has been very closely linked with the railway industry. It was little more than a village when the famous Vulcan Foundry was opened in 1831 and later developed into one of the world’s foremost locomotive manufacturers.
Vulcan Village, the southernmost suburb of Newton was developed to house workers from the foundry and has in recent years become a conservation area.
The western area of the town, Earlestown was developed also with the coming of the railways. Earlestown was also built as a factory village, but for the Viaduct Foundry, which later became the London and North Western Railway’s principal waggon works.
Since Victorian times, Earlestown has been the fastest growing area of the town and today Newton-le-Willows’ town centre is situated in Earlestown.
Forming part of the historic county boundaries of Lancashire from a very early time, Newton-le-Willows is an ancient town having been mentioned in the Domesday Book.
A parliamentary borough from the 16th century until 1832, the developing industrial town became an urban district in 1894 under the name Newton in Makerfield. The name of the urban district was changed in 1939. On 1 April 1974 it lost its independence to become part of St Helens Borough of Merseyside.
Today the modern day town centre is based in the Earlestown district of the town, with the main shopping street, Market Street being pedestrianised during the 1980s. Bridge Street, Oxford Street, Queen Street and Earle Street make up the shopping area.
The M6 and M62 motorways, and also the A580 East Lancashire Road pass close to the town. This has helped Newton become an important commuter town now that most of its industry has gone. There have been many new housing estates built around the outskirts of the town.
England’s first operational canal, the Sankey Canal passes through the town and is crossed, on the Sankey Viaduct, by the world’s first passenger railway, also within the boundaries of the town.
Newton-le-Willows and Earlestown railway stations have a good regional service with regular trains running to Manchester and Liverpool, St Helens, Warrington, Chester, West Yorkshire and along the North Wales coast to Holyhead. Earlestown is a very large station for the size of the town, with 5 platforms. On platform 2 is the old waiting room, regarded as one of the oldest remaining railway buildings.