Man and Van Kingston upon Thames

Man and Van Kingston is keen to support those wanting to move in the Royal Borough and wants to highlight some of the great attractions that are bringing tourists this summer.

man-and-van-kinston-logoSitting on the banks of the Thames, Kingston has become a recent tourist attraction for those British holiday makers keen to save some pennies and the environmentally conscious public, who don’t want to holiday abroad. Man and Van Kingston can empathise and provides a competitive light removals service for those on a budget and always provides a reliable man with a van, who considers the environment. For Man and Vans competitive price list click on the link – man and van price list – and for Man and Vans consideration of the environment view man and vans environmental policy.

The name Kingston is derived from the famous Anglo Saxon Coronation Stone (pictured), which now stands outside the local council office, the Guildhall.  Seven Anglo-Saxon Monarchs have actually been crowned on the stone from Edward the Elder, son of Alfred the Great, to Ethelred the Unready. The monument has seven coins set into the base of the stone from each of the king’s reigns. man-and-van-kingston-stone Man and Van Kingston are London’s specialist in light removals but Man and Vans feels confident that it would be able to safely deliver the Coronation Stone to a new site if it was called to help.

As well as the beautiful natural gardens of Richmond Park that can be found along the banks of the Thames, Kingston is also famous for the Benatlls Centre. Started by Frank Bentall in 1867 the modern Bentalls Centre on Clarence Street holds a plethora of shops from Calvin Klien to H&M. Man and Van Kingston, London’s leading light removal service, can help you pick up your bigger purchases from the Bentalls Centre.

Man and Vans is London’ leading light removals and man and van service. To contact us either email or call 0845 170 0660

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