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Back in October two of Bournes Moves customer service team members, Marilyn Wilson and Hayley Couzens volunteered as extras for UK charity Save the Children who were filming an advert to promote their Christmas Jumper day campaign.
If you're contemplating selling your house soon you may be thinking "Should I put my house on the market before Christmas or wait until the new year?"
Bournes Moves are hosting a charity christmas quiz in their head office home town of Rye in Aid of Save the Children's Christmas Jumper day campaign.
On July 31st Bournes Moves company headquarters in Rye, East Sussex held a quiz night to help with fundraising for the Removers Benevolent Association.
Tunbridge Wells has been highlighted as one of the five top future commuter town hotspots for those working in London by online estate agents emoov.co.uk following data from the Office for National Statistics revealing that the average property prices in London have soared by 20.1% in just a year.
Wherever you’re going and whatever the weather may be, no move would be complete without making sure you’ve packed your essentials box. if you're not sure what to include, then here our our 5 top tips for packing a winter essentials box...
Rye has been named as one of the best places to live in the UK, according to the Sunday Times newspapers recent 'best places to live in Britain' supplement - which is great news if you're thinking of or already are in the process of moving to Rye...
Wherever we grew up, or move to there is more to feeling at ‘home’ and loving where you live than just your house – the vibe and spirit of a town/city and its community can really make a difference. In medieval Rye, birthplace and home of Bournes Removals HQ, there is always something to look forward to. From snow covered cobbles in the winter to nearby beaches in the summer, from Wild Boar Week and Scallop Week for the foodies to everyone’s favourite night of the year, Rye Bonfire Night.
Discussing figures provided by a recent Lloyds Bank Report the Independent have today reported that the top reason for selling a house is downsizing.
The report found that around 1/2 of the home owners planning to sell in the next few years are doing so to downsize, and further that 43% of those looking to downsize were doing so to reduce living costs, with 1/3 looking to fund retirement plans.
Fast becoming one of the biggest towns in the South East, Ashford is a thriving place to live and work. Whatever your reason for moving to Ashford, you won’t be disappointed with what’s on offer at your new town.