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Self Storages in Emsworth, PO10
Self Storages in PO10 Emsworth These Self Storage companies are located in Emsworth















































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

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

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

Access Self Storage
Company Type: Storage Company
27-33 Regent St
, PO1 4QT
Tel. 0800-587 4513

Lokn Store Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Norway Rd
, PO3 5HT
Tel. 02392 650000

Simply Storage Portsmouth
Company Type: Removals & Storage
140 The Causeway
, GU31 4LL
Tel. 01730 262288



The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Emsworth
Space Maker Self Storage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Unit 2 Harbourgate Business Park Southampton Rd
, PO6 4SA
Tel. 0808-155 8594

Becks Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Unit 2 Finchwood Ind Est
, PO11 0QB
Tel. 023 92401472

Becks Removals Ltd
Company Type: Storage
Unit 2/Finchwood Ind Est
, PO11 0QB
Tel. 023 9240 1472

Hire-Me
Company Type: Self Storages
20 Juventu Close
, PO9 2HW
Tel. 07725 839279

Kingfisher Removals (South West) Ltd
Company Type: Storage
141 Highland Rd
, PO4 9EY
Tel. 023 9287 6624

Kingfisher Removal Services Ltd
Company Type: Self Storage Units
141 Highland Rd
, PO4 9EY
Tel. 023 9263 9073

Safestore Self Storage
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Unit 6a/Pompey Centre/Fratton Way
, PO4 8ER
Tel. 0800-028 1123



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PO10 Self Storages services in Emsworth
Places of interest in Emsworth, PO10

Warblington railway station

It is located on the West Coastway Line which runs between Brighton and Southampton. Situated opposite Warblington Secondary School, the station lies very close to a major road junction: the point at which the A259 coast road leaves the A27. Standing on the platform at the station entrance end it is possible to see the platforms of Havant railway station a short straight-line distance away.

Emsworth railway station

The standard off-peak service consists of four trains per hour in each direction - one between Brighton and Southampton, one between Brighton and Portsmouth Harbour, one between Littlehampton and Portsmouth & Southsea and one between London Victoria and Southampton (via Horsham). This is a doubling of the number of trains in two years and reflects both the growing numbers of passengers already using the station, and the potential for new growth along the Coastway.

Priory Woods

Priory Woods (grid reference SZ635900) is a 2.94 hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the town of Bembridge, Isle of Wight, notified in 1998. It is a National Trust property and is served by a public footpath. Concealed within it is "The Priory Oyster" - an oyster bar attached to the Priory Bay Hotel and open only in the height of summer. It has significant recent archaeology with the remains of a sea wall and rusted iron railings. Numerous hand axes have been found in strata dated from 400,000 years ago, which would indicate their users were Neanderthals. The woods overlook Priory Bay and its private beach.

Bembridge railway station

Bembridge was the terminus [1] of the 2 mile branch line that connected it to the main line at Brading[2]. On holiday Saturdays the sector table revolved continuously because the station area was too small to contain points[3]. Opened in 1882, when the area contained the Island's main port[4], it ran with ever-dwindling passengers until 1953[5]. The station is long since demolished[6] and a new development (Harbour Strand) in place[7].

St Helens Fort

Periodically (often in August) on one of the lowest tides of the year, there is a mass walk from St. Helen's beach out to the fort and back. At this day the causeway appears from the sea upon which the original materials were carried out from the shore at St Helen's Old Church, where there was formerly a quarry. Access is from this point, but also along the spit from Bembridge. It has become traditional to hold a barbecue on the beach thereafter. This event is entirely spontaneous but safety boat services are provided by local yacht clubs.

Information by Wikipedia.com

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