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Are you moving and require removal services in Wimborne? 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.
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 Wimborne, being only 7 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.
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.
Wimborne is a bit of an unusual one. It’s thriving community is brilliant, the area is excellent, but it holds a secret that no one knows the answer to yet…
Wimborne has the UK’s highest life expectancy, making it one of THE healthiest place to live in Britain! Here are a few other things to know about Wimborne:
Wimborne is a market town with a strong sense of identity and community.
Wimborne is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and attractions, including the River Stour and its model town.
Wimborne is a town that is engulfed by hills. Many think the reason for the longevity is because of the treacherous slopes that every resident battles each day, making them healthy and fit.
The Wimborne Minster Model Town was built over 50 years ago, and it still amazes visitors from all over with its superb condition and realism.
Apart from the Saxon Church in Wimborne, built between the 12 and 13th century, little remains of medieval Wimborne.
Wimborne remained a small town and was not built up until the 18th century. The population stood at 750 by the 18th century and only began to rise throughout this century, with the erection of more buildings and houses.
Wimborne still embodies the character of a small Georgian town, and this is likely to continue throughout the years to come.
Today, Wimborne hasn’t changed much since the 1950s, with the introduction of costa coffee and a couple of other mainstream shops/cafes.
This isn’t to say that Wimborne is outdated. On the contrary, Wimborne is a beautiful place with amazing people set in an old-style England.
There are currently plenty of property developments occurring in Wimborne, one example being the Watton Park development, set to create 33 new homes on the outskirts of Wimborne.
The average house price in Wimborne during March 2020 was £344,526.
This is nigh-on the average for the county of Dorset, and this is to be expected in this iconic area surrounded by famous landmarks.
In the past 12 months, the property market has slightly decreased. Meaning there may be no better time to purchase your dream property here in Wimborne.
In terms of property types, flats in Wimborne sold for an average of £195,985 and terraced houses for £257,823 – Statistics according to Zoopla
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“Sales contract sold the company – excellent. The 3 men were polite, helpful, friendly and very efficient. Highly recommend.”
The entire team were extremely helpful and careful. They deserve high praise for their work.”
“We opted for the total pack which proved wonderful. Not a thing damaged or scratched. Two items could not be moved upstairs, so Maidmans instantly arranged to have them craned on to the balcony. Wonderful service and organisation.”
“The two lads that moved us were first class. They were so helpful and so polite. Could not do enough for us. We wish them all the best for the future.”
Wimborne has plenty of schools nearby when considering both primary and secondary schools.
With such a wide choice, it’ll be hard to go wrong when picking the right school for your child. There are seven primary schools in and around Wimborne that received an “outstanding” from Oftsed. These include Allenbourn Middle, St John’s CofE First, Beaucroft Foundation and St Catherine’s Catholic.
Secondary schools are less in Wimborne; however there are plenty in the surrounding villages and towns as well. The best secondary in the area is the Beaucroft Foundation, which was awarded an “outstanding” by Ofsted, and Queen Elizabeth’s received a “good”.
With Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole just a short drive away, Wimborne is well connected to these three towns, meaning a great night out or a beach day is always on the cards.
If you’re a lover of nature, then there will be ample here to keep you busy for years to come. The Badbury Rings are just to the northwest of Wimborne, and here you can find an old Iron Age hill fort and let your mind wander with how ancient tribes once protected this area.
Ever wondered if you would survive in the wild, should it ever come to that? Well, why not take the Wildway Bushcraft course in Wimborne, where you can learn survival and wilderness skills in the great outdoors.
A night out is only down the road in Bournemouth, and a beach day is in the same direction. With such a well-connected town with many unique activities and events, why wouldn’t you want to move to Wimborne?
Our team of packing and moving specialists cover the whole of Wimborne and surrounding areas, including:
Contact one of our moving specialists today to arrange a free survey and moving quotation.
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