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Removal Company in Stanford le Hope, SS17
Removal Company in SS17 Stanford le Hope These Removals House companies are located in Stanford le Hope

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

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

Man and Van
Company Type: Moving Quote
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

C T Office Services
Company Type: Removals
100 Milton Rd
, SS17 8JU
Tel. 01375 643435

Hockleys Of Stanford-Le-Hope
Company Type: Moving House
192 Branksome Ave
, SS17 8DF
Tel. 01375 676519

The following House Removals are the ones that we have found closest to Stanford le Hope
Macmillan Removals
Company Type: Moving Quote
Cornwall Wharf/3-4 Wharf Rd
, DA12 2RU
Tel. 01732 843819

Marchants Removals
Company Type: Removals
Unit 3 & 4 Wharf Road
, DA12 2RU
Tel. 01233 637730

Phils Removals
Company Type: House Removals
30 Clarence Row
, DA12 1HJ
Tel. 01474 359477

PHD Services
Company Type: Moving House
2 Wood Green
, SS13 1RT
Tel. 01268 728260

Transit Tony
Company Type: Removals House
49 The Upway
, SS14 2HY
Tel. 01268 453360

Gower & Jones
Company Type: Removals
20 Southcote Sq
, SS14 3PZ
Tel. 01268 524089

Norton & Sons
Company Type: Moving Quote
Rokeby/Upper Avenue
, SS13 2LR
Tel. 01268 726639

Jeakins Removals Ltd
Company Type: Removals House
Denbigh Rd Charles Ho
, SS15 6PY
Tel. 0808-155 7890

Affordable Removals
Company Type: Moving Quote
7 Shepeshall
, SS15 5EL
Tel. 01268 418942

Top Trucks Transport Ltd
Company Type: Removals
15 Fifth Av/Bluebridge Ind Est
, CO9 2SZ
Tel. 01787 477722

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As Stanford-le-Hope grows in size, it has started to incorporate neighbouring settlements such as Corringham, Mucking and Fobbing, the latter of which was the scene of one of the uprisings which led to the Peasants' Revolt.

Gravesend, Kent

Until the building of Tilbury Docks on the opposite side of the river, between 1882-6, Gravesend was the first port of entry. Thousands of emigrants, as well as large numbers of troops, embarked from here. Tilbury Docks have expanded considerably since with the closure of all the London Docks. The entrance to the Docks is somewhat awkward, situated as it is on the sharp bend of the river, and often need tugboat assistance, as do the larger ships moored at Tilbury landing stages. There have been many tug companies based at Gravesend: among them the Sun Company, the Alexandra Towing Company and, today, the Smith Howard Towing Company. East Indiaman traditionally stopped here at a point known as Long Reach to lighten their loads before sailing up the Thames to moorings at Blackwall.[18]

Gravesend railway station

There was a second Gravesend station (in later years known as Gravesend West), opened by SER's rivals London, Chatham and Dover Railway (LCDR). It was the end of a branch off the LCDR's main line and it allowed access to Victoria. journey times were uncompetitive and when the two companies merged in 1899, the branch was soon relegated to a secondary line and closed in 1968.

Billericay School

Sixth-form students (years 12 and 13) are located in an exclusive area of the school and have their own study areas and common room.[43] although the unit does not have its own classrooms and so shares these with the rest of the school. However, many sixth form classes take place in converted rooms that are much smaller than ordinary classrooms (such as A9, A24 and C13) and therefore can be classified as 'for' the sixth form exclusively.[44] The sixth form elects a sixth form committee which aims to raise money for the end of year prom held annually, and performs other duties within the 6th form. A group of year 12 students are voted on to a Sixth-Form committee by their peers every year. The members of the committee arrange Sixth-Form events, decide amongst themselves how the Sixth-Form area is used and decide how the Sixth-Form fund is used and what the money is spent on. The committee is also responsible for arranging the Year 13 Prom.Every year students who have left the school are invited back for an awards evening to present their A-level certificates.


Billericay is twinned with Fishers, Indiana[9] and Billerica, Massachusetts[10] in the US. The town is also twinned with the French market town of Chauvigny, Vienne.

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