Removal Company Cheadle
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Moving Company Cheadle
We understand that it can be a stressful time when moving to Cheadle, so we have come up with several solutions to make the home removal process very simple and stress free.
Removals.co.uk moving company Cheadle assigns each customer a dedicated move manager who will manage all areas of the removal, give friendly advice, and be there to answer any questions.
Removal and Storage Company
Moving “Boxes Only” Service
Small Load (Not a full Removal Truck)
Dedicated Removal Truck (20ft or 40ft)
Full Packing Service
Part Pack – (Just fragile items)
Crate Building (Artwork, Fragile Items)
Shipping Cars, Motorbikes, Boats
Removal Company Cheadle
Cheadle is a small market town in Staffordshire, located 14 kilometres to the east of Stoke-on-Trent, and 10 kilometres to the west of the Alton Towers Theme Park and Resort. The town is in a fairly rural setting, it is accessible primarily through the A522, which connects the town to Uttoxeter to the south-east, and to the A52 between Stoke-on-Trent and Derby. The nearest station is Blythe Bridge, south-west of Cheadle.
Cheadle is listed as a town in the Doomsday Book of 1086, and it gained market town status in 1250. Over the years, the small rural village gradually gained new amenities, such as a school, a church and a corn-grinding mill. Industry became more prominent in the 1800s, and Cheadle had weaving factories, as well as a workhouse. A copper and brass factory also opened later on. RAF Cheadle, located at Woodhead Hall just north of Cheadle, played a crucial intelligence gathering role in World War Two, intercepting German Luftwaffe communications.
The industries mentioned, as well as the coal mining that was so important with the wider local area, formed most of the local economy for generations. Nowadays, there has been a removal of these industries, but large companies continue to be primary employers for Cheadle residents. These include the Alton Towers resort, and JCB; the company has factories for manufacturing, storage and distribution in the area. Cheadle does also act as a commuter town for those who work in Stoke-on-Trent, Uttoxeter and Derby in particular.
Unlike many of the small towns in Staffordshire which are very affordable, a move to a house in Cheadle would entail paying more than the national average. The average property price is £275,171, though it should be noted that this may be due to the large proportion of big houses in the area and therefore Cheadle is not necessarily bad value for money! A three-bedroom house on average costs £213,325, while a four-bedroom houses are on the market for £369,988. Amongst the most valuable streets in Cheadle are Eaves Lane and Threapwood, all according to Zoopla.
Cheadle has a population of 12,165, according to the 2011 UK Census. The residents of Cheadle are quite clearly older as a whole than national average; the average age of the Cheadle population is 43.4, which is considerably above the national average of 40. There is no significant immigrant population in the town, and a higher proportion of residents own their house in Cheadle than in the rest of the country as a whole.
Perhaps the most obvious leisure exploit near Cheadle is Alton Towers, the famous theme park that is just 10 kilometres away; Cheadle is in fact the closest settlement to the attraction, excluding Alton itself. But there are also various historical features to explore in the town. St Giles Roman Catholic Church is heralded as one of the finest churches of its kind and has a 200-foot spire that towers above the rest of the town. Additionally, Cheadle has an attractive High Street that I basically unchanged in terms of architecture since the Victorian era.
Did you know…
The stone used to build the Thames Flood Barrier was quarried from the Cheadle area.