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    House Removals in Beaminster

    Move to Beaminster with Maidmans

    Are you moving and require removal services in Beaminster? In a recent survey, two thirds of people voted the process of moving to a new house at the top of their list of life stresses. Experts suggest that moving can trigger more stress and anxiety than relationship breakdowns, divorce or even starting a new job!

    Make no doubt, moving home represents a serious change and transition in life. We all crave routine and familiarity and when you relocate this can seriously disrupt those feelings of security. It is important to remember that it’s normal to feel overwhelmed when you have so much to organise, especially if moving with children.

    At Maidmans, we draw on years of experience in the removals industry to deliver a bespoke customer experience. We strive to ensure each of our moves are tailored to suit your individual requirements and are carried out with the utmost degree of professionalism, honesty and care, leaving you free to arrange all the other practical aspects of your move.

    About Us

    Maidmans have been in the removals industry for over 40 years, winning multiple awards from the British Association of Removers (BAR) since 2008.

    Based in Poole, Maidmans is the removals company of choice for Beaminster, being only 37 miles away. Maidmans not only offer outstanding services, but our expert local knowledge means our services will be above and beyond those of our competitors.

    Serving towns and villages throughout Dorset, including Bournemouth, Weymouth and Dorchester, Maidmans are here to help.

    Whether you are moving down the road, to a beautiful chalet in Northern Italy, or even halfway across the world; Maidmans are here to take the stress out of your move.

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    Why Choose Maidmans?

    Maidmans are the ‘go-to’ choice for removals throughout Dorset, bringing you a friendly team who will give your move that personal touch.

    Our expert team will be available to answer any questions you may have about the removal throughout the entire process.

    You will be using the UK’s first company to attain all three BSI quality standards for domestic removals, commercial removals and storage. On top of that, we have 40 years of experience; we go the extra mile!

    Are you worried about your valuables during the moving process? Worry no more. Our team will protectively wrap your possessions with a bespoke range of packing materials, ensuring they are protected throughout the move.

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    Moving to Beaminster

    Move to Beaminster Today

    This picturesque town is nestled between rolling hills and is only a 15-minute drive from the Jurassic Coast. The town is, in fact, pronounced ‘Bemminster’.

    This area in Dorset is considered the largely unspoilt part of Hardy County.

    Here are a few facts about Beaminster:

    Beaminster is deemed to be safer than many other larger towns in England, with its laid back and welcoming atmosphere it is clear to see why.

    Beaminster is only a 35-minute drive to Dorchester, with the closest train station being five miles away in Crewkerne.

    You’ll be spoilt for property choice, with properties of all ages and sizes being found throughout the town.

    Treat yourself to a meal at The Wild Garlic, a restaurant run by MasterChef winner Mat Follas.

    History of Beaminster

    Beaminster can be tracked all the way back to the 7th century when it started as a small settlement.

    Originally called Bebingmynster (Church of Bebbe), the current church was built between the 13th and 15th centuries.

    In the 13th century, Beaminster was awarded a charter that called for Thursday to be market day. This still rings true today, with everything from pastries and cakes to jackets and shirts.

    Most of present-day Beaminster was created in the 18th and 19th century, with a few older buildings on the edges of the town. Close by to Beaminster; you will find an Elizabethan manor with a beautiful valley garden.

    Today, Beaminster presents an easy-going life, with excellent schools, great food and just a general sense of overall tranquillity.

    Beaminster Property Prices

    There are plenty of developments occurring in Beaminster currently, and plans for more to happen in the future.

    Gladman Developments are proposing 60 new homes in the north of Beaminster, next to an already approved 100 new homes; meaning there will be plenty of homes to choose from here.

    House prices during March 2020 in Beaminster stand at £367,329, an increase of 1.55% over the past 12 months. These house prices are over £20,000 higher than the county average of Dorset, but the town truly speaks for itself when you move here.

    In terms of property types, flats in Beaminster sold for an average of £134,089 and terraced houses for £279,796 – This is according to Zoopla estimates.

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    Life in Beaminster

    Beaminster Schools

    Beaminster, being a small town, only has a few schools in the area, both primary and secondary wise.

    Beaminster St Mary’s Academy received a “satisfactory” from Ofsted; however, significant changes have occurred since their last inspection.

    The other primary school in the area is Mountjoy School, which is a special school for pupils with severe learning difficulties. This received a “good” upon the last Ofsted inspection.

    Children in Beaminster will often filter into Beaminster School, a mixed secondary school which runs a joint sixth form with another school, Beaminster School received a “good” from Oftsed at their last inspection.

    Things To Do in Beaminster

    Hives of activity surround Beaminster. While Beaminster is considered quiet throughout the year, the nearby towns and villages provide plenty of entertainment when looking for something different.

    This being said, every year in June the Beaminster Festival of Music and Visual Arts is held in town. Lasting for ten days, there are plenty of activities and events to get involved with.

    Beaminster is set only 15 minutes away from West Bay, which gives you great access to the 95 mile stretch of land known as the Jurassic Coast. Here you can see over 150 million years of the earth’s history in the cliffs, and if you’re lucky you’ll even find a fossil or two.

    For the thrill-seekers, there’s plenty of surfing, parasailing and jet skiing to be had at the nearby beaches. For something even more, why not try a tandem parachuting experience from 13500 feet up above the gorgeous Dorset countryside with Netheravon?

    There’s plenty of fun to be had here in Beaminster, and the location is ideal for both a peaceful home life and a brilliant world of adventure around you.

    Our Coverage

    Our team of packing and moving specialists cover the whole of Beaminster and surrounding areas, including:

    • Bournemouth
    • Bridport
    • Christchurch
    • Dorchester
    • Ferndown
    • Fordingbridge
    • Lyme Regis
    • Poole
    • Weymouth
    • Wimborne

    Contact one of our moving specialists today to arrange a free survey and moving quotation.

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