Man with a van in Harold Wood RM3 5 Essentials Tips for Choosing a Reliable Moving Company Harold Wood RM3, Aldgate EC3, Clerkenwell EC1

Moving is obviously a stressful part of our lives and we have to make sure that when we choose a reliable man with van Harold Wood RM3, we do so considering the fact that it is reliable and efficient. Here are 5 essential tips to choosing a reliable moving company Harold Wood RM3, Farringdon EC1:

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Places of interest in RM3


Harold Park

Harold Park is a place in the London Borough of Havering.

Hare Hall

Hare Hall is a house and grounds located in Gidea Park in East London.

Russell Square tube station

On 7 July 2005, in a co-ordinated bomb attack, an explosion in a train travelling between King's Cross St. Pancras and Russell Square resulted in the deaths of 26 people, making up nearly half of the total fatalities from the series of attacks and also causing damage to the tunnel. It was the last of the three bombs used in the attacks on the underground, although another bomb would later explode on a bus.

Charles Dickens Museum, London

The Charles Dickens Museum is at 48 Doughty Street in Holborn, London Borough of Camden, England. It occupies a typical Georgian terraced house which was Charles Dickens' home from March 25, 1837 (a year after his marriage) to December 1839. He and his wife Catherine lived here with the eldest three of their ten children, with the older two of Dicken's daughters, Mary Dickens and Kate Macready Dickens being born in the house.[1]

Coram's Fields

It is situated on the former site of the Foundling Hospital, established by Thomas Coram in what was then named Lamb's Conduit Field in 1739. The Foundling Hospital was relocated outside London in the 1920s, and the site was earmarked for redevelopment. However, campaigning and fundraising by local residents and a donation from the Harmsworth family of newspaper proprietors, led to the creation of the current park that opened in 1936. Coram's Fields is a Grade II listed site and is owned and run by an independent registered charity, officially named Coram's Fields and the Harmsworth Memorial Playground.[1]

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