Unit 1, 2 Willis Way, Fleets Lane Ind Est, Poole BH15 3SS

01202 069537

Removals Fordingbridge

Blue Line

Complete Our Quick Quote Form Below To Start Your Move!

Blue Arrow Down

    For a quick quote, complete the form below & we’ll do the rest. With Maidmans, you’re in SAFE hands

    By completing this form you agree to us contacting you to discuss your needs.  Check box to confirm you've read and agreed to our data policy statement

    House Removals in Fordingbridge

    Move to Fordingbridge with Maidmans

    Are you moving and require removal services in Fordingbridge? 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 Fordingbridge, being only 20 miles away on the Dorset Hampshire border.

    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.

    Page Shadow Top

    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.

    Maidmans Removals Truck

    Moving to Fordingbridge? Call Maidmans on 01202 069537 for a quote


    Moving to Fordingbridge

    Move to Fordingbridge Today

    Fordingbridge is a town found on the River Avon in the New Forest District of Hampshire. The town was initially known as “Ford”, but the “bridge” was added when the town expanded, and a beautiful seven arched bridge was created which spanned the river. Here are some key points about Fordingbridge:

    Once famous for smuggling, this town has developed into a beautiful, scenic town which welcomes visitors from all corners of the UK.

    Fordingbridge on the Dorset, Hampshire border, used to be famous for its brickmaking, pottery and textiles. It is now more commonly known as the northern gateway to the New Forest.

    Augustus John lived here between 1927 and 1961, with a statue to honour him near the town bridge.

    The town has excellent connections, with the closest central train station being Salisbury, just a 20-minute drive down the road, which offers 90-minute journeys to London Waterloo.

    History of Fordingbridge

    First recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086, Forde (at the time) had a total of 13 households, compared to its modern-day population of 6,000.

    Fordingbridge was lucky enough to acquire a station in 1866; however, this was closed in the mid-late 1900s due to the mass closure of British railway lines.

    From the 1960s onwards, the town expanded exponentially, with several housing developments being added to the core of the town, causing the population to increase to its current level.

    To save the town from too much traffic, a bypass was created in the mid-70s which diverted the vast majority of traffic running through the town, making this town, once again, a quiet and peaceful town.

    Fordingbridge Property Prices

    The average property price here is £453,467. This is above the average for the county of Hampshire by £100,000; however, being dubbed the ‘northern gateway to the New Forest’ doesn’t come cheaply.

    Over the past 12 months, Fordingbridge has seen a 4.68% increase in property prices. Over the past five years, there has been a 13.05% property price increase. This steady growth goes to show how popular an ara Fordingbridge is.

    In terms of property types, flats in Fordingbridge sold for an average of £210,141 and terraced houses for £309,765. Prices according to Zoopla averages, March 2020

    Customer Feedback

    Life in TOWN/CITY

    Fordingbridge Schools

    Fordingbridge has a relatively large pool of schools to choose from for the size of the town. Starting with primary schools; St James’ Church of England First School and Nursery, Hyde Church of England Primary School and Fordingbridge Infant School all received a “good” rating from Ofsted, and are all based in Fordingbridge.

    Fordingbridge has one secondary school which serves the town and this is The Burgate School and Sixth Form. This is a mixed secondary school which received a “good” rating from Ofsted with scores that are higher than the national average.

    There are plenty of schools, both primary and secondary, in the surrounding towns and villages; with Salisbury offering the largest pool of schools in the area, just 20 minutes down the road.

    Things To Do in Fordingbridge

    The first thing on your list of outings should involve a trip to the New Forest. It’s no doubt that this is one of the reasons you moved to this beautiful part of the world.

    The New Forest offers dozens of miles of cycle trails for the cycle enthusiasts; planned hiking trails for those looking to observe specific wildlife; and even an excellent opportunity for bird spotters with the countless species of birds present here.

    If you were hoping to go kayaking, canoeing or other related water sports activities, you could do these in the New Forest as well! There are plenty of lakes and rivers of which you can partake in these activities.

    Finally, of course, you can always pop over to Bournemouth and Christchurch, just 20 minutes on the train or a short drive down the road. There is plenty to do here in Fordingbridge; the connections to the rest of the south of England are a great addition to the beauty that the New Forest offers.

    Our Coverage

    Our team of packing and moving specialists cover the whole of Fordingbridge 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.

    Remember… with Maidmans, You’re in Safe Hands!

    For a more informed choice click here to
    learn more about what our customers say...