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Self Storages in Watchet, TA23
Self Storages in TA23 Watchet These Self Storage companies are located in Watchet















































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

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

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

No added Self Storages are located in Watchet

The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Watchet
Andys Removals & Storage
Company Type: Storage Solutions
44 Fortescue Cl
, PL26 7XT
Tel. 01726 76877

Moving Made Easy
Company Type: Self Storages
St. Giles House
, PL15 9RT
Tel. 0808-137 6079

Worth K & Co
Company Type: Storage Solutions
25 Pennygillam Way
, PL15 7ED
Tel. 01566 777292

Moores Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
5-7 Southgate St
, PL15 9DP
Tel. 01409 271212

Moores Removals & Storage
Company Type: Storage Solutions
5-7 Southgate St
, PL15 9DP
Tel. 01566 773381

Platt G D
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Pennygillam Way
, PL15 7ED
Tel. 01566 772648

Moss Of Cornwall
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Unit 2 Windmill Ind Estate
, PL23 1HB
Tel. 0808-155 8716

Burrows Of Dartmouth
Company Type: Self Storage Units
180 Britannia Av
, TQ6 9LG
Tel. 01803 833749

Archisafe Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
44 Durnford St
, PL1 3QN
Tel. 01752 255445

Quickstore
Company Type: Storage
24-26 George Place
, PL1 3NY
Tel. 01752 223337

McMullin W & Sons
Company Type: Self Storages
27 Desborough Lane
, PL4 9PJ
Tel. 0808-155 1897

Sunderland Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
1A Anson Place
, PL4 9DD
Tel. 01752 224536

Geralds Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
27 Desborough La
, PL4 9PJ
Tel. 01752 732732

Hackworthy & Sons
Company Type: Storage
The Depository/Elliott Rd
, PL4 0SB
Tel. 01803 203355

Reeds Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
42 Bernice Close
, PL4 7HL
Tel. 01752 669728

Days Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
17 Tamerton Cl
, PL5 4JX
Tel. 01752 311820

All-Types
Company Type: Storage Company
8 Burwell Close
, PL6 8QD
Tel. 01752 775637

Lakehaven Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
Unit K2/Eagle Rd
, PL7 5JY
Tel. 01752 231881

D & E Removals & Storage
Company Type: Self Storages
12 Explorer Court
, PL2 3HS
Tel. 01752 704168

Bestmove
Company Type: Self Storages
63 Eastbury Av
, PL5 2ND
Tel. 01579 351463

Lakehaven
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Unit K2/Eagle Rd
, PL7 5JY
Tel. 0800-783 7981

D & R Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
245 St. Levan Road
, PL2 1JJ
Tel. 01752 606949

Every Day Moves
Company Type: Removals & Storage
40 Hooe Rd
, PL9 9RG
Tel. 01752 402020

Brays Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
36-40 Valley Rd
, PL7 1RF
Tel. 01752 201117

Kirtley Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
90 Radford Pk Rd
, PL9 9DX
Tel. 01752 301177

Anymove
Company Type: Removals & Storage
67-69 St. Modwen Rd
, PL6 8LH
Tel. 0800-298 0699

J A Cambridge Removals & Storage
Company Type: Storage Company
21 Goosewell Hill
, PL6 5SX
Tel. 01752 700225

Storage Company in towns near Watchet, TA23


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TA23 Self Storages services in Watchet
Places of interest in Watchet, TA23

Washford railway station

The signal box was closed in 1952, goods traffic ceased in 1964, and the station was unstaffed from 1966. The line was eventually closed on 4 January 1971, but was reopened by the West Somerset Railway on 28 August 1976.

Cleeve Hill SSSI, Somerset

Cleeve Hill (grid reference ST056428) is a 15.1 hectare (37.4 acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest between Old Cleeve and Watchet in Somerset, notified in 1989.

Cleeve Abbey

In 1535 the abbey's income was assessed in the Valor Ecclesiasticus, Henry VIII's great survey of church finances, at £155,[2] which meant the following year that it came under the terms of the first Suppression Act, Henry's initial move in the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Abbot William Dovell and his 16 monks were forced to surrender the abbey on September 6th 1536. There were proposals from local gentry and even some of the king's officials for the Dissolution such as Sir Thomas Arundell that Cleeve should be granted a reprieve,[2] as a number of others among the smaller monasteries were, however, it was not to be and the monks finally left in the spring of 1537.[2] Abbot William was given a pension of 40 marks per year, not large but certainly comfortable, which he was still drawing 20 years later.[2] Most of the other monks were given pensions too. One former monk of Cleeve rose to prominence and came to a sticky end. This was John Hooper[2] who became Bishop of Gloucester and Worcester and was killed in 1555 for his protestant beliefs by Mary I.

Max Bog

Marsh Helleborine occurs here and nowhere else in Avon.[1]Lesser Butterfly-orchid and Fragrant Orchid also occur here, and at only one other Avon site each.[2] It is also home to Yellow Rattle, Meadow Sweet and Meadow Thistle. The reserve is also important for its invertebrate interest and is home to many species of moth, grasshopper and dragonfly.[3]

Axbridge Hill and Fry's Hill

This is a nationally important botanical site, for both vascular and non-vascular plants, situated on the southern escarpment of the Mendip Hills. It also contains a roosting site for two nationally rare species of bat and a wide range of butterfly species. The very thin soils here support populations of one nationally rare species, Cheddar bedstraw (Galium fleurotii) and four nationally scarce species, pale St John's wort (Hypericum montanum), sea storksbill (Erodium maritimum), dwarf mouse-ear (Cerastium pumilum) and spring cinquefoil (Potentilla tabernaemontani). There is a roosting site for greater horseshoe bat Rhinolophus ferrumequinum and lesser horseshoe bat R. hipposideros, both of which are nationally rare. Dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) are found in the woodland. Twenty-five species of butterfly have been recorded and these include: Brown Argus (Aricia agestis), Green Hairstreak (Callophrys rubi), Dark Green Fritillary (Argynnis aglaja) and Marbled White (Melanargia galathea).[1]

Information by Wikipedia.com

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