Kew Gardens Removals

Kew is known world wide due to it being home to the Royal Botanic Gardens, a World Heritage Site, with Kew Palace close by. Kew is also famous for being the location of The National Archives  (previously known as the Public Record Office) which is a place for research and education, alongside displays of important documents.

Many people choose to live in Kew because of its special character, open spaces, schools, transport links and proximity to Kew Gardens. The area is characterised by large detached properties and semi-detached houses, many of which date back to the late 19th century when the building of the District Line and the opening of Kew Gardens Station made it easier for residents to commute into London.

In the heart of Kew you will find ‘Kew Village’, several parades of shops adjoining Kew Gardens Station, where you will find Kew Bookshop, independent retailers and restaurants and cafes that are popular with locals as well as visitors from further afield. Opposite Kew Gardens you will find The Original Maids of Honour, where they have been keeping traditional baking skills alive for over 120 years and famous for their afternoon teas.

If you are familiar with Kew Bridge and the South Circular Road (the A205) you will probably have seen cricketers playing on Kew Green in the summer months. You can find out more about Kew Cricket Club, their fixtures and membership by following the link.

To keep abreast of local activities in Kew visit the events page of the Kew Society.

Local Links

Kew Gardens Railway Station – train times
Station Approach

Kew Primary Schools

Kew Riverside Primary School
The Queen’s Church of England Primary School

Independent preparatory schools

Broomfield House School
Kew College
Kew Green Preparatory School
Unicorn School

If you are moving to or from Kew, or need items of furniture or office equipment moved locally click to call us now: Tel: 020 8945 7830 or complete our enquiry form.

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