Moving to Suffolk
If you are looking for removal companies in Suffolk, Greens Removals offer high quality removals to Suffolk, removals in Suffolk and removals from Suffolk to the majority of UK, European and International destinations.
When moving house with Greens Removals, you can rest assured that your furniture and personal possessions are in safe hands. Using our fully trained staff, your belongings will be moved with expert care and attention. We are BAR registered and hold all three of the British and European Quality Service Standards relevant to the removals industry.
Greens Removals are Suffolk based and have been offering removals in Suffolk and throughout the UK for over forty years. We are proud of our links with this beautiful and historic area. Our long ties with the locality mean that we are very familiar with the nature of removals in the area in terms of locations, access and the particular demands of some of the Suffolk style of buildings. Our lorries and staff cover all areas of the county including Bury St Edmunds, Sudbury, Long Melford, Lavenham, Ipswich, Lowestoft, Southwold, Eye, Beccles and Stowmarket . We specialise in domestic, corporate and commercial removals locally in East Anglia, throughout the UK and to most European and international destinations.
Suffolk is a beautiful and historic county known for its rolling farmland, stunning coastline, ancient market towns, picturesque villages, fine local food, fascinating attractions and places to stay.
This East Anglian county is low-lying with few hills and is famed for being one of the driest in the UK, so it is ideal for walkers of all ages.
Some settlements along the coast were bustling trading ports in the Middle Ages. Several parts of the coastline and heathlands are classed as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, such as in the east of the county. Here the coastline of low cliffs, shingle shores and sandy beaches, is noted as one of the most country's significant lowland landscapes.
Inland boasts some of the finest ancient woodlands and ancient market towns such as Bury St Edmunds, once the capital of the Saxon Kingdom of Anglia.
Suffolk's beautiful landscape was the inspiration for composer Benjamin Britten. Maggie Hambling's Scallop Sculpture on Aldeburgh beach famously celebrates his work.
South of the county, the breath taking Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty inspired Suffolk artists John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough. Take a leisurely walk along the River Stour at Flatford and admire the stunning scene from Constable's famous painting the Haywain.
Horse-riding, walking, bird watching and cycling are among the activities in the west and north of the county where you find The Brecks, a wonderful landscape of pine forest and open heathland.
Suffolk's award winning beaches offer activities such as water sports, wind surfing and sailing. On land you can enjoy golf, wildlife watching, orienteering, cycling or exploring some of the historic buildings, galleries or museums.
Food and Drink in Suffolk is renowned at local markets and food festivals and there are some fantastic shops selling local produce.
Suffolk has easy access to the rest of the UK and the world. Connected to 365 of the world's ports, the UK's biggest container port is Felixstowe, which handles 40 per cent of the UK's container trade. Just 30 minutes away is Stansted Airport, linked to 130 destinations.
High speed trains from Ipswich to London take just under an hour. Major roads include the M11 to the west, the A14 in the north and A12 in the east.
Towns in Suffolk
Suffolk's idyllic towns and villages offer a wealth of history and are great for retail therapy too!
This picturesque, historic market town on the River Waveney is on the southern point of The Broads, where you can enjoy stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
Shopping is a delightful experience enhanced by the variety of independent shops and a weekly market. Full of charm and character, it boasts historic landmarks such as the 97 foot church tower with breath-taking views.
Boat owners can relax on the popular quayside area, home to events such as annual regatta and carnival.
Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmundsis an attractive town with a magnificent Cathedral. This historic town combines medieval architecture, pretty Georgian squares, an award-winning market and fantastic shopping.
The ruins of the 11th century Benedictine Abbey, one of the most important monasteries in medieval Europe, are found in the beautiful Abbey Gardens. For more than five centuries the site was a place of pilgrimage to the final resting place of St Edmund, the martyred King of East Anglia.
Bury St Edmunds is two hours from London and within easy reach of Cambridge.
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Felixstowe is a traditional family resort with a vibrant shopping centre, pubs, restaurants, arcades and four miles of sand and shingle beaches.
It has kept much of its old world charm and attractions range from the pretty fishing hamlet of Felixstowe Ferry to the nature reserve and historic Fort at Landguard, which hosts regular military re-enactments.
This bustling county town of Suffolk boasts a great selection of shops, galleries, restaurants, bars, nightlife and museums. It is also home to the county's only professional football team, Ipswich Town Football Club.
Architecturally rich, it combines medieval streets, churches and historic buildings such as Ancient House and Christchurch Mansion with the Ipswich Waterfront, which has been undergoing a revival. Where old mills and warehouses stood, there are flats, bars and restaurants. Yachts and cruisers are moored here.
Lavenham is a stunning ancient town with charming medieval timber-framed buildings. Picturesque and tranquil, it was once the centre of Britain's cloth industry and, in 1524, was the 14th richest town in England.
It once had four Guildhalls, including Our Lady's Guildhall, which was dismantled in 1911 and taken to Ascot. After an uproar it was returned in 1963 and forms part of the famous Swan Hotel.
Several of the original wealthy clothier's houses still remain. Other medieval buildings are now private houses, museums and galleries. Lavenham has antique shops and boutiques, pubs and tea rooms.
The historic Long Melford by the River Stour was one of the thriving cloth making towns of medieval Suffolk. Wealth was displayed through large houses built on either side of the main street.
The three-mile Hall Street forms the centre, which boasts charming antique shops, boutiques and restaurants. At end is a large village green, once host to medieval processions.
The 500-year-old Kentwell Hall is a beautifully restored family home with rose garden, herbs, garden maze and woodland walks. It also has Tudor recreations. The 16th century Melford Hall was visited by Queen Elizabeth I.
North of Suffolk, Lowestoft is famed for its golden sandy beaches. The award-winning beaches North and South of Claremont Pier are thought to be among the best in Europe. The Victorian Seafront Gardens are popular and new attractions include the musical Royal Plain Fountains and the roller-skating rink at Claremont Pier.
The town draws thousands to its breath-taking annual Lowestoft Seafront Air Festival, East Anglia's premier air show.
Lowestoft and East Suffolk Maritime Heritage Museum specialises in the history of the Lowestoft fishing fleet.
Newmarket is home of British horse racing and global centre of throroughbred horse racing. It has the biggest racehorse training centre in Britain and houses most British major horse racing institutions. Places to visit include the world famous National Stud, the National Horse Racing Museum. You can also tour the town's training facilities.
This charming, popular traditional seaside resort on the beautiful Suffolk coastline was voted Britain's quintessential holiday resort in August 2007. It has an award-winning beach famed for its multi-coloured beach huts.
This wonderful resort has a traditional pier with gift shops, a boardwalk café and bizarre "Under the Pier Show". Take a walk along the banks of the River Blyth and encounter local fishermen with their catch.
Enjoy shopping in the high street's boutique-style outlets or a pint of local ale brewed at the famous Adnams Sole Bay Brewery.
Sudbury is an ancient market town with roots in Saxon times. Situated on the River Stour, it had a thriving weaving and silk industry. Artist Thomas Gainsborough's birthplace, Gainsborough's House, is a museum and gallery housing many of his works
The town has attractive shops, boutiques, a market, as well as pubs and eateries.
Stowmarket on the River Gipping is the largest town in Mid-Suffolk District, taking its name from the Anglo Saxon word "Stow" which means principal place". Granted a market charter in 1347 by Edward III, it has many listed buildings, shops and a bi-weekly market on Thursdays and Saturdays.
The town is home to the huge open air museum, the Museum of East Anglian Life. It is on the main railway line between London and Norwich with easy links via A14 to Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds.
A picturesque and charming town on the banks of the River Deben. With 1400 years of recorded history, it has a variety of beautiful ancient buildings and the river is great for boating and Riverside walks. Enjoy shopping in the Thoroughfare where there are many interesting independent shops and great places to eat.
Woodbridge incorporates one of Britain's most important Anglo-Saxon archaeological sites, the Sutton Hoo Saxon royal burial ship.
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