GoldFish – Removals and Storage Company for Frimley, Surrey
Whether you are looking to rent or buy a house or flat in Frimley, you will probably need the services of a local removals company. GoldFish can provide you with a home removal quote free of charge, we will be able discuss the removal services that we offer according to preference and budget.
Operating from our head office on the Farnborough Business Park, Farnborough, which is near The Aviator and Village Hotels and only 10 minutes drive from Frimley, which supports excellent transport links to London - GoldFish are ideally situated to serve our customers in the Frimley area.
If your property is not ready to move into, or perhaps you working overseas, GoldFish Moving & Storage can offer you a safe secure storage solution for your household and personal effects until you are ready to take delivery. GoldFish Moving & Storage handle more than just removals.
Moving to or from the desirable area of Frimley and need a trustworthy flexible storage company? Whether you need storage overnight, monthly or indefinitely we’ll be happy to accommodate your storage requirements.
Let GoldFish Moving & Storage take the hassle out of storing your effects.
• Storage container(s) are loaded on to our vehicle at our Hampshire storage facility.
• Our vehicle will then transport the container(s) to your home/ offices premise
• Contents packaged and loaded on site.
• A detailed inventory on a per- container basis, outlining what is taken and in what condition
• The Container(s) is then sealed and secured on site
• We will then transport the container(s) back to warehouse facility and unloaded into our Storage Warehouse
• Your effects will then be stored securely until such time as you either require access or re-delivery.
• When you require your goods to be delivered, we’ll simply carry out the process in reverse.
Our storage prices are cheaper than most other self-storage facilities in Hampshire Flexible storage – we can even deliver, collect and store your belongings for you. Friendly staff available on site: our experienced warehouse staff will be on hand to assist customers with packaging, loading and unloading. Discounts available for storage over 12 months.
GoldFish removals enjoy many partnerships and alliances with local businesses around the Frimley area, including estate agents, electrical services, property maintenance companies and solicitors. Rather than just providing a removals service, we’re able to offer or recommend other complimentary services to you with your house move.
Information about Frimley
Frimley is a small English town situated 2 miles (3 km) south of Camberley, in the extreme west of Surrey, adjacent to the border with Hampshire. It is about 31 miles (50 km) west south-west of Central London. It is part of the Borough of Surrey Heath. The town is connected to the M3 motorway by the Blackwater Valley Road and the Frimley bypass.
The name Frimley is derived from the Saxon name Fremma's Lea, which means "Fremma's clearing". The land was owned by Chertsey Abbey from 673 to 1537 and was a farming village. More recently it was a coach stop on the main London to Portsmouth road for about four hundred years.
Frimley was not listed in Doomsday Book of 1086, but is shown on the map as Fremely, its spelling in 933AD.
Frimley lunatic asylum was opened in 1799; it catered for both male and female patients, and received four patients from Great Fosters. Magistrates visited in 1807 and ordered the proprietors to stop chaining the patients.
The present St. Peter's Church was built in 1837 replacing earlier buildings. The building has a balcony running around three sides of the interior. Dame Ethel Smyth once preached from the pulpit.
In 1904, the Brompton Hospital Sanatorium was established in Frimley to treat tuberculosis patients; it closed in 1985. Dr Marcus Sinclair Paterson (1870–1932) was the first medical superintendent, and he developed a system of treatment called 'graduated labour' which generated a lot of interest from other health professionals. The treatment used controlled levels of physical activity.
In 1931 the staff at Frimley Cottage Hospital were unable to save the life of Lieutenant Hubert Chevis, who had been admitted, along with his wife Frances, after eating poisoned partridge meat. He died of strychnine poisoning. The case remains an unsolved murder mystery.
In 1959 the Cadet Training Centre at Frimley Park was formed following the 1957 publication of the Amery Report.
The main shopping street includes a branch of Waitrose and some smaller shops, several restaurants, banks, charity shops, a post office, a number of estate agents, solicitors, opticians, betting shops, an insurance broker and two public houses, the Railway Arms and the White Hart. Frimley Park Hospital is situated in the town. One of the major employers in the town is BAE Systems Integrated System Technologies, which occupies a building in Lyon Way. Siemens opened its main UK headquarters in Frimley in 2007.
Frimley Business Park is situated just to the west of the town on the A331 Blackwater Valley Relief Road. Frimley Business Park houses offices of the Environment Agency, Genesys Telecommunications, AMD and Novartis Pharmaceuticals.
Frimley railway station provides access to Guildford, Ascot and London Waterloo. Frimley Lodge Park Railway (a tourist attraction) is also nearby. The town is situated close to the junction of the A325 Farnborough Road and A331 Blackwater Valley Relief Road, which provides a link to the M3 Motorway junction 4.
There are a number of schools in Frimley including: The Grove Primary School, Lakeside Primary School, Ravenscote Junior School, Tomlinscote School and St Augustines RC Primary School.
Frimley Town Football Club was formed over 100 years ago. It runs four teams, and the first team competes in the Senior Division of the Aldershot & District Football League. The club is based at Chobham Road recreation ground.
Frimley Green, a neighbouring village, has hosted the British Darts Organisation’s (BDO) World Professional Darts Championship since 1986 each January in the Lakeside complex.
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Telephone UK: 01252 302341 / Outside UK: 00 44 1252 302341
GoldFish Removals in Frimley, provide a home removal service, GoldFish is a local removals company in Frimley, providing house removal quotes free of charge, GoldFish also provide storage in Frimley, UK. If you need a home removal quote for removal and storage services, then contact GoldFish – the house removal company. We can provide a part or entire house removal for customers looking to move to a property in Frimley. Call 01252 302341 for a free no obligation removal quote, whether you are buying or renting a property in Frimley property/ house in Frimley, we have the removal vans to help you move house. GoldFish also provide a Business Relocation solution for your move to Frimley, visit our Business Relocations page for more information.