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UK Moving House in Prestatyn, CH7
UK Moving House in CH7 Prestatyn These UK Moving House companies are located in Prestatyn
























































Handy Moves
Company Type: Moving Checklist
Unit 53 , 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: House Removals
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Removal Companies
UNIT 36, 88-90 HATTON GARDEN
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

Clwyd Removals
Company Type: Moving Quote
16 Watts Dyke Av
, CH7 6UL
Tel. 01352 754692

Millington H T
Company Type: Removal Firm
1 Victoria Ter
, CH7 1LL
Tel. 01352 755084

Owen Arthur & Co
Company Type: Moving Home
Gorals/Gwernaffield Rd
, CH7 1RQ
Tel. 01352 753305



The following UK Moving House are the ones that we have found closest to Prestatyn
A & M Removals
Company Type: Moving Company
6 Allans Close
, CH5 1JZ
Tel. 01244 819063

Five Oceans International Ltd
Company Type: Moving House
Rectors La
, CH5 2DH
Tel. 0800-980 7363

3 Lions
Company Type: Moving House
22 Lower Aston Hall La
, CH5 3EY
Tel. 07934 929356

Britannia Cestrian Removals
Company Type: Moving Checklist
Rectors Lane
, CH5 2DH
Tel. 01244 521950

Tonys Removals
Company Type: House Moving
Rectors Cottage/Rectors Lane
, CH5 2DH
Tel. 01244 536207

Britannia Cespiran
Company Type: Moving Company
Rectors La
, CH5 2DH
Tel. 01244 521950

Ierston Bros
Company Type: Moving Quote
41 Halkyn Road
, CH6 5QX
Tel. 0800 393859



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CH7 UK Moving House services in Prestatyn
Places of interest in Prestatyn, CH7

Mold, Flintshire

Attractions in Mold include St Mary's Church (a 15th century parish church), a small museum and the regional arts centre, Clwyd Theatr Cymru.

Sychdyn

Sychdyn has a football team which currently plays in the Clwyd Premier Division. Currently managed by Andrew Watton

Bagillt

In some of the collieries the men are paid every other Saturday, and do not return to their work till the following Tuesday or Wednesday. In Bagillt and in the adjoining town of Flint the old Welsh custom of keeping a merry night (noswaithlawen) is still prevalent, and, being generally reserved for a Saturday, is protracted to the following Sunday, during which drinking never ceases. The custom is represented by the clergy and others as involving the most pernicious consequences.

Gresford

Located close to the English/Welsh border, the settlement existed at the time of the compilation of the Domesday book, when it was recorded as "Gretford".[2]. The name, having an English origin, was later recorded as "Gresworth", "Cresford" and "Grefford", but documentary evidence shows that the place was clearly locally referred to as "Gresford" throughout its history, even under Welsh administration, and the other names merely represent alternative spellings.[3] The Welsh form "Gresfordd", from y groesfordd ("the crossroads"), seems to have been the creation of imaginative Welsh genealogists of the fifteenth century and later.[2]

Burton, Wrexham

In the early part of 2002 a trio of friends were metal detecting on a farm close to Burton, when they found a hoard of gold[citation needed]artifacts from the Bronze Age. These included a twisted wire bracelet, a necklace called a torc, a bracelet, a pendant and a collection of beads and rings - all gold, along with several axes. The finds later to be known as 'The Burton Hoard' were declared treasure trove and purchased by the National Museum Wales (formerly NMGW) for 85,000.[1]

Information by Wikipedia.com

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