Areas We Cover

Alford Removals

A beautiful and historic market town on the edge of the Wolds. For anyone interested in history, Alford Manor House, dating back to 1611 is said to be the largest thatched manor house in the country showing off its astonishing Georgian & Victorian design. It also has the magnificent Five Sailed Windmill, said to be the finest working Windmill in the UK.

Louth Removals

Also known as the ‘Capital of the Wolds’ this beautiful Georgian market town is a delight for foodie lovers! Hailed by TV chef’s The Hairy Bikers as a “foodie Mecca”, Louth is one of the UK’s best-loved foodie hot-spots. Whether you have a passion for shopping or an interest in history, this charming market town offers an array of attractions and activities: from the stunning St James’ Church sporting the tallest medieval parish spire in the country, to the shopping area dotted with countless independent retailers, inns and magnificent Georgian and Victorian houses.

Horncastle Removals

Horncastle is a quaint market town in the Lincolnshire Wolds famous for its many antique shops – with over 30 of them dotted about the town centre, it is a haven for antique lovers and bargain hunters.In Roman times, Horncastle was called Banovallum, meaning Wall on the River Bain. Parts of the Roman wall are still to be found in the town – indeed the best preserved part can be found in the town’s library, where the wall forms part of a major display.

Caistor Removals

Caistor is a pretty Georgian/Victorian market town. A must see for anyone visiting the area.  It has 56 Grade 2 Listed buildings, 2 Grade I listed buildings and 2 medieval fishponds.  An architectural dream.  The 147 mile long Viking Way walk runs through the centre of Caistor.

Market Rasen Removals

Although famous for the only racecourse in Lincolnshire, there's more to Market Rasen. It has had a market since the 1300s, its position on the river proving a commercial success. Nearby is Middle Rasen and West Rasen, the latter having a 3-arched packhorse bridge dating back to the 14th century. The village of Tealby, near Market Rasen is often described as 'the prettiest village in Lincolnshire', here you will find ‘The oldest Thatched Pub in Lincolnshire’, The King's Head, built in 1367.

Lincoln Removals

It boasts a beautiful cathedral that many people believe is the finest gothic building in Europe. Guided tours of the cathedral are provided most days except Sundays. A Christmas market in the style of those held in Germany has expanded rapidly since its inception in 1982. Nowadays more than 150,000 visitors each year choose from an array of Christmas goodies displayed on over 250 stalls.

Woodhall Spa Removals

Examination of a Lincolnshire map shows Woodhall Spa to be dead centre of the county and it is widely regarded as one of its most attractive villages. Woodhall Spa is renowned for its relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. Amongst its numerous attractions is the famous Kinema in the woods, a cinema in a picturesque setting that is referred to by the locals as “Flicks in the Sticks”! During World War 2 the RAF requisitioned local hotels to hide military equipment.

Wragby Removals

Today the village has a population of only about 1,300 but this is a significant increase on the records in the Doomsday Book (completed in 1086) when there were a mere 23 households! Wragby was a market town as well as a staging centre back in the era of Charles II. The market was always held on a Thursday and a Fair used to be held every year on the 1st of May, as well as the 28th and 29th of September.

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