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Self Storages in Waterlooville, GU14
Self Storages in GU14 Waterlooville These Self Storage companies are located in Waterlooville

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

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

Man and Van
Company Type: Self Storage Units
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

A 2 Z Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
3 Ivy Ct
, PO7 5JT
Tel. 07766 220311

A G & Sons Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
4 The Crest
, PO7 5DG
Tel. 023 9236 0407

Ardvark Telstar Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
13 Denmead Caravan Pk/Dando Rd
, PO7 6PU
Tel. 023 9225 3854

Concise Ltd
Company Type: Storage
Unit 1/15A Arnside Road
, PO7 7UP
Tel. 023 9226 3197

Try Star Removals & Deliveries
Company Type: Storage
2 Alten Road
, PO7 6DR
Tel. 023 9261 7029

The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Waterlooville
Albion Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
10 The Cardinals East Ring
, GU10 1EE
Tel. 01252 783907

Allans Man & Van Services
Company Type: Removals & Storage
14 Eggars Field
, GU10 5LD
Tel. 01420 520911

Eezy Movers
Company Type: Self Storages
4 Weston Gr
, GU19 5QA
Tel. 07814 644539

Any Job Man
Company Type: Storage Solutions
23 Hurlands Pl
, GU9 9HX
Tel. 07768 484712

Shifters Ltd The
Company Type: Storage
Preymead Farm/Badshot Lea Rd
, GU9 9LR
Tel. 0800-448 8198

Keepsafe Self Storage
Company Type: Self Storages
Rangefield Court Farnham Trading Est
, GU9 9NP
Tel. 0800-037 0731

Keepsafe Management Ltd Tas Keepsafe Self Storage
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Farnham Trading Est
, GU9 9NP
Tel. 01252 711111

Northovers Removals & Storage Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Unit 9 Deadbrook Lane
, GU12 4UE
Tel. 01428 751554

Alphabet Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
36 Field Way
, GU12 4UG
Tel. 01252 318060

Alexanders Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
47 Ewins Close
, GU12 6RZ
Tel. 01252 693127

Overs Of Camberley
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Springlakes Est/Deadbrook La
, GU12 4UH
Tel. 01252 343646

Woodend Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
The Old Barn/Little Bramshot Farm/Cove Rd
, GU51 2RT
Tel. 01252 342923

Move-Me Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
Sankey Lane, Cove Road
, GU51 2RS
Tel. 07748 831597

P D Q Allmoves
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Sankey Lane
, GU51 2RS
Tel. 01252 660210

Fosters Removals
Company Type: Storage Solutions
19 Lasham Rd
, GU51 1HE
Tel. 01252 678905

Overs Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
9 Springlakes Est/Deadbrook La
, GU12 4UH
Tel. 01252 343646

Kendall Self Drive
Company Type: Self Storages
The Vehicle Centre Church St
, GU11 3JT
Tel. 01252 333598

Shifters Ltd The
Company Type: Storage Solutions
25 Orchard Way
, GU11 3NG
Tel. 0845-009 4219

Olivers Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
24 Herbs End
, GU14 9YD
Tel. 01252 515029

Cherry Tree Removals Ltd
Company Type: Storage
7 Cherry Tree Cl
, GU14 9TT
Tel. 01252 519889

White & Co PLC
Company Type: Removals & Storage
23 Invincible Rd
, GU14 7QU
Tel. 01252 549212

Howletts Removals
Company Type: Storage
7 Oaken Copse Crescent
, GU14 8DS
Tel. 01252 513021

Olivers Removals & Transport
Company Type: Self Storages
24 Herbs End
, GU14 9YD
Tel. 07973 548645

Lokn Store Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
112 Hawley Lane
, GU14 8JE
Tel. 01252 511112

Lok N Store Group PLC
Company Type: Removals & Storage
112 Hawley La
, GU14 8JE
Tel. 01252 521010

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GU14 Self Storages services in Waterlooville
Places of interest in Waterlooville, GU14

1952 Farnborough Airshow DH.110 crash

Following a low-level supersonic flypast and during a left bank at ~450 knots (833 km/h) toward the air show's 120,000 spectators, the pilot started a climb. The outer starboard wing and, immediately afterward, the outer port wing broke off the aircraft; followed by both engines and the cockpit--the latter injuring several spectators.[3] One engine broke into two sections and "ploughed into ... Observation Hill'', injuring and killing numerous other spectators.[3]

BAE Systems

BAE continued its move into support services in May 2010 with the purchase of the marine support company Atlantic Marine for $352 million.[72] In September 2010 BAE announced plans to sell the Platform Solutions division of BAE Systems Inc., which the Financial Times said could yield as much as £1.3 billion.[72] On 19 October 2010 the British government cancelled the Nimrod project as part of its Strategic Defence and Security Review. The purchases of Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers, the Astute class submarines, and the Type 26 frigates were all confirmed. A new generation of nuclear missile submarines will be built, however the final decision will be delayed until after the next election.[73]

Cherrywood Road

The record attendance at the ground was 3,581 for an FA Cup 1st round match against Brentford F.C. on 22 November 1995.

Queen Elizabeth Bridge, Windsor

The Elizabeth bridge carries the A322 Windsor By-pass across the River Thames, on the reach between Romney Lock and Boveney Lock. The bridge was completed in 1966, and has formed the principal road route between the adjacent towns of Windsor and Eton since 1970, when structural cracks in the central Windsor Bridge forced that bridge's closure to all but pedestrian traffic,

Windsor, Berkshire

The town began to stagnate about ten years after the Reformation. The castle was considered old fashioned and shrines to the dead thought 'superstitious'. The early modern period formed a stark contrast to the medieval history of the town. Most accounts of Windsor in the 16th and 17th centuries talk of its poverty, badly made streets and poor housing. Shakespeare's play The Merry Wives of Windsor is set in Windsor and contains many references to parts of the town and the surrounding countryside. Shakespeare must have walked the town's streets, near the castle and river, much as people still do. The play may have been written in the Garter Inn, although this was certainly not part of the modern Harte and Garter Hotel opposite the castle. Windsor was the home of the New Model Army and the castle was garrisoned by Colonel Venn during the English Civil War. Despite its royal dependence, like many commercial centres, Windsor was a Parliamentarian town. Charles I was buried without ceremony in St George's after his execution at Whitehall in 1649. The present Guildhall, built in 1680, replaced an earlier market hall that had been built on the same site around 1580, as well as the old guildhall, which faced the castle and had been built around 1370. The contraction in the number of public buildings speaks of a town in decline.

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