CARLIN BROWN REMOVALS
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We're a family run removals business who love living and working in
and around Dorset and Hampshire. From the rolling hills of the New Forest to the
stunning Jurassic Coastline, this part of the world offers a unique quality of life that
we simply can't get enough of. Whether you're a seasoned local or a newcomer to the
area, we hope to share with you our passion for this beautiful corner of England.
On our website, apart from all of the usual business stuff you would expect to find including moves to and from Bassett, you'll find articles, stories, and resources that showcase the best of what Dorset and Hampshire have to offer, from top-rated restaurants and hidden gems to must-see attractions and upcoming events.
Join us as we explore and celebrate the many reasons why we love living and working in this amazing region. So if you have been searching for removals near me or removals Bassett Carlin Brown Removals is the number one local removals choice.
Andy & Angela Carlin-Brown
Removals Near Me ? Removals Bassett
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Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth is the perfect choice for all your house removals and storage needs.
This small local business is based on the border of Bournemouth in Dorset and The New Forest in Hampshire, offering a range of services from man and van to moving house, moving flat and relocation.
Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth have been providing unrivalled services for over 10 years.
Their team of highly trained professionals are dedicated to providing the best service to all their customers.
Their fleet of vehicles are all modern, well-maintained and capable of transporting all types of items.
They also offer secure storage solutions for those who need to keep their belongings safe and sound while they are on the move.
What sets them apart from other removal companies is their commitment to customer service.
From the moment you contact them, they take the time to understand your requirements and tailor their services to meet your needs.
They are also proud to offer a range of discounts, such as student discounts, senior citizen discounts and military discounts.
Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth are conveniently located just 6 miles from Christchurch in Dorset, and a mere 2 miles from Bassett in Hampshire.
Bassett is a small town with a population of just under 1,000.
It is home to a range of independent shops, cafes and pubs.
It is also known for its stunning views of the surrounding countryside and a great selection of walking and cycle routes.
Bassett is also home to a range of historical sites, including the remains of a Norman castle.
Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth are the perfect choice for house removals and storage.
With their commitment to customer service and competitive prices, they are the ideal choice for anyone looking for a hassle-free move.
So if you are looking for a reliable removal company in Dorset and Hampshire, look no further than Carlin Brown Removals Bournemouth.
Bassett is a suburb and electoral ward of the City of Southampton, England. The suburb lies to the north of the city centre and is largely residential, including the University of Southampton's Glen Eyre Halls of residence complex (including Chamberlain), which houses around 2,100 students. Bassett gives its name to part of the A33 arterial road which links the city centre to the M3, described by Pevsner & Lloyd as "part of the splendid tree-lined route into Southampton from Winchester, London and the north". The highest point in the City of Southampton (its "county top") lies on Bassett Avenue at a height of 82 metres (269 ft) above sea level.Bassett Ward comprises Bassett, Bassett Green and Lordswood. It had a population of 14,532 at the 2011 census.A family named 'Basset' is known to have lived in South Stoneham in the 15th century, and the place name may be from their name. The area broadly occupied by Bassett today was known as Stoneham Common, shown on the 1791 map by Thomas Milne on which 'Bassets Lane' also appears (without any associated village). The village of Bassett appears on a 1810 map, located roughly where Bassett Green Village is today. In the late 18th century it grew as a retreat for rich people outside (and away from civic responsibilities in) the borough of Southampton. By the time of the Ordnance Survey of 1897, Basset had been renamed Bassett Green (with a double 't'), and a more westerly area (west of Bassett Wood) was identified as Bassett.By the late 19th century, Bassett consisted of many substantial villas occupied by the middle classes. Despite having the appearance of a well-to-do district on the edge of the town, Revd. Elliott Kenworthy-Browne (rector of North Stoneham from 1886 to 1912) observed that three-quarters of the population of 800 were poor, chiefly mechanics and labourers.In 1920 the boundaries of Southampton were extended to include Bassett, along with Bitterne, Sholing, Woolston, Weston, Peartree and Swaythling.Along with the adjacent neighbourhoods of Bassett Green and Lordswood, Bassett forms part of the Bassett Ward of Southampton, which had a population of 13,139 at the 2001 census. Councillors for the ward are elected to Southampton City Council, which is a unitary authority and therefore the only tier of local government covering the neighbourhood. Nationally, Bassett falls within the Romsey and Southampton North constituency for the UK parliament. Prior to Brexit in 2020, it was represented by the South East England constituency for the European Union parliament.Bassett is primarily urban or suburban in nature but is sandwiched between Southampton's two largest open spaces; Southampton Common to the south and Southampton Sports Centre to the north. The main shopping area of the neighbourhood is located where three major roads meet; Hill Lane (the main road from Bassett to the city centre), Winchester Road and Burgess Road (both major east west routes across the city). The shops there include a well-established pharmacy, a cycle shop, and a butcher, Uptons of Bassett. Uptons frequently appears in regional and national butchery competitions; in 2014 they were named supreme champions in the Great Hampshire Sausage & Pie Competition.The Bassett Hotel at 111 Burgess Road dated from before 1871 and was by that year owned by Coopers Brewery, subsequently taken over by Watney Combe & Reid. It became a popular music venue, with its back room housing a jazz club, the Concorde Club, which subsequently moved to separate premises in North Stoneham. While located at the Bassett Hotel, the club was the scene of early performances from the likes of Chris Barber, Joe Cocker and Manfred Mann. The hotel's bar was also visited by Ken Russell on his way to an infamous television interview for the Viewpoint programme; after drinking at least four scotches at the Bassett, Russell initially went to the wrong television studio and when he reached the correct one he failed to answer any questions.The hotel underwent an £80,000 refurbishment in 1972 and was relaunched as a Berni Steak House. It was later sold to Whitbread who turned it into a Beefeater restaurant and subsequently a Brewers Fayre before it was closed. The hotel was acquired by Sunrise Senior Living who demolished it and built a residential care home on the site.In 1962 the 14 story Brampton tower was built in Bassett.Primary-age children in Bassett tend to attend local schools in adjacent neighbourhoods, such as Bassett Green, Shirley and Lordswood. Bassett is also close to two large secondary schools; Cantell School in Bassett Green and Regents Park Community College are roughly equidistant from the focal point of Bassett (the junction of Hill Lane and Winchester Road).Bassett was originally part of the parish of North Stoneham, which can be traced back to the early 9th century when it was known as "Stonam Abbatis" or "Abbots Stoneham", and was attached to Hyde Abbey at Winchester. After the dissolution of the monasteries in the 1540s, the manor was acquired by Thomas Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton. In 1599, the Wriothesley family sold the estate to Sir Thomas Fleming.With the growth of Bassett came the construction of a second church within the parish, located on Bassett Avenue. The foundation stone for the new church was laid in 1897 and St Michael and All Angels Church is now a "Grade II listed building". The parish has since been renamed "North Stoneham and Bassett", and encompasses the whole of Bassett, the portion of Bassett Green north of Bassett Green Road, North Stoneham, and the portion of Chilworth within the M3/M27 triangle. The parish also covers Southampton Airport.All Saints Church on Winchester Road was inaugurated in 1970 to serve the needs of the western edge of the parish.Bassett is home to several of Southampton's main sports facilities:The centre is a 150-acre site with facilities for football, netball, cricket, cyclo cross, cross country, athletics, tennis, bowling, volleyball, crazy golf, putting, and hockey. The area has been used for the Millennium Youth Games, National Cyclocross Championships and to hold outdoor classical concerts.The centre has three dry ski slopes: a main slope of 110 metres; a second slope of 90 metres and a nursery slope of 30 metres long. All slopes are fully floodlit.Originally known as Southampton Municipal Golf Course or 'Muni', the course is a 27-hole venue set in woodland. The course was designed by five times British Open Champion J. H. Taylor, and was completed in 1935. It recently celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2010.Bassett has its own 20-metre swimming pool. Red Lodge Community Pool was threatened with demolition in 1999 and is now run by a charitable trust. The pool offers swimming lessons, community group bookings and public sessions.Information courtesy of Wikipedia
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