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Moving to Cambridge

For removals in Cambridge or the county of Cambridgeshire, Greens Removals offer a professional, high quality Cambridge removals service, ensuring your furniture and personal possessions are in safe hands. Our fully trained staff, will move your belongings with expert care and attention, transporting them safely to your new home or business premises. Considering both the monetary and sentimental value of your possessions, hiring a reputable removals company is a worthwhile investment. Using our removals service will take away one of the stresses of moving and will also save you a great deal of time and worry.

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About Greens Removals
Greens Removals incorporates A & M Removals, a small company which originated in Fordham on the outskirts of Cambridge, making us ideally placed to provide high quality Cambridge removals . 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 Cambridge style of buildings. We specialise in domestic, corporate and commercial removals in Cambridge, throughout the UK and to most European countries.

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About Cambridge
One of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan cities in England, visitors to Cambridge cannot fail to be inspired by its architecture and the air of intellect that pervades the city's narrow, winding streets. There are fresh and awesome sights to be seen around virtually every corner, from historic monuments to ancient buildings of intricate design. Cambridge is beautiful and romantic; stylish and chic, it delights in its history whilst pushing the boundaries of progress. Small wonder then, that it is such a popular city amongst visitors, tourists, students and residents alike. Spanning the River Cam, hence the name Cam-bridge, the city's origins can be traced to Neolithic times. It is a densely populated and tightly packed city that, to this day has not grown overly large but increases in popularity as each term passes.

Now synonymous with education and study, this was not always the case; Cambridge began life as most cities do, a settlement and a trading post. Uniquely positioned on the River, it was ideally placed to service the needs of both eastern and central England. In the 12th Century, a group of scholars from the local monasteries who where drawn together by their shared passion for learning, formed the University of Cambridge and the city's teaching career was begun. Now world famous, with 31 separate colleges coming under its banner, Cambridge University attracts academics from all over the world and many of our country's leaders and heads of other nation states have been educated here. Add this to eclectic shopping and an exciting, vibrant nightlife and it is no surprise that Cambridge tops many people's lists, not only as a place to study but as a place to live and work.

A birdseye view of Cambridge reveals a surprising number of open green spaces and these, caught in season, throw up crocuses and daffodils, in abundance. Cars have been banished from the centre of the city, which is no bad thing since parking is virtually non-existent. Instead, a very effective and reliable park-and-ride scheme is in place, which utilises great swathes of land at five sites on the outskirts of town. Regular and very clean shuttle bus services transport shoppers and tourists to and from the centre in comfort from the sites at Milton, Newmarket Rd, Madingley Rd, Trumpington and Babraham Rd transport. Many of those that need the flexibility of their own transport in town, office workers, shop workers, students and the like, have resorted to two wheels rather than four and as a result, there are more bicycles in the city than anywhere else in the UK.

Public transport also comes to Cambridge in the form of a very grand and well-connected railway station with links to London King's Cross. There are direct trains in operation from here and the journey is timed at approx 50 minutes but catch it wrong and you could be stopping off along the way at any or all of the following; Foxton, Shepreth, Meldreth, Royston, Ashwell and Morden, Baldock, Letchworth Garden City, Hitchin, Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City and Finsbury Park, which will lengthening the journey time somewhat. Aside from routes to London, Cambridge also offers connections via the Fen Line to Kings Lynn and Ely and via the Breckland Line to Norwich as well as providing regular services to Liverpool, Birmingham and Ipswich. You would do well to take note though that the station is located some 20-30 minutes walk from the city centre so, depending upon the location of your new home, you may well need to factor this in to your journey plans.

A shopping trip in Cambridge, perhaps taking in the new Christ's Lane Centre or Grand Arcade is a delight. High street fashion and well-known brands are to be found all around the city centre though and among them are such favourites as John Lewis, Zara, Bank and H&M. as well as Jigsaw, White Stuff and Fat Face, Hobbs and Hugo Boss. If you need to take a break between boutiques, for a well-earned drink or a bite to eat, you'll find there are plenty of quality eateries and trendy café bars to choose from. Not particularly well known for its top quality restaurants, Cambridge is however, chock full of bistros serving up Mediterranean inspired dishes. As you might expect from a university city, Cambridge is well served with pubs and bars. A good number of these can be found along Castle Street , Castle Hill, Bateman Street , Kingston Street and Bridge Street.

In terms of culture, Cambridge offers what has been described as "the finest small museum in Europe". The Fitzwilliam Museum houses some world-class collections including works of art and antiquities spanning many centuries. Of particular note are masterpieces from the 14thC but there are also some interesting collections from more modern times including drawings and prints, sculptures, furnishings, pottery and glassware as well as oriental art, illuminated manuscripts, coins and medals, many of which come from Egypt, Greece, Italy and Cyprus. Part of the University of Cambridge, The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences in Downing St, Cambridge is a truly fascinating place. It has over 1 million fossils, rocks and minerals from around the world and the museum looks back over more than 550 million years of Earth's history and evolution.

For many, the enduring image of Cambridge is of those lucky few being punted up and down the River Cam, taking in the sights as it passes behind some of the city's oldest and most well known colleges. This stretch of the river, known as "The Backs" is extremely popular among tourists and locals alike as they admire the architecture and grounds of some of the most famous colleges in England. From your vantage point on the river you can see the backs of seven of the city's colleges, namely; Magdalene, St John's, Trinity, Trinity Hall, Clare, King's and Queens'.

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Moving to Cambridge Information

Removals to Cambridge: Cambridge City Guide
Domestic Removals to Cambridge: Things to do in Cambridge