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House Removals Staffordshire

Staffordshire is a landlocked county located in the West Midlands and home to cities and large towns such as Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford, Burton upon Trent, Cannock, and Tamworth. There are a range of contemporary and historical attractions to enjoy whilst living in Staffordshire, as well as vast expanses of picturesque countryside. The county is characterised by some charming towns which contrast nicely against the more thriving towns and cities.britannia goodwins of stafford

Moving to Staffordshire

Lichfield is a popular option for those moving to Staffordshire and is championed for being a medieval market town, despite it having city status. Similarly, the market town of Uttoxter is loved for its historical ambience and also has a beautiful racecourse that stages a number of races and events annually.

Leek is a very pretty town due to being located in stunning countryside. It is set 600 feet above sea level, giving residents who live there unique views of the surrounding landscapes. During the industrial revolution, Leek became a hub for textiles production which can still be seen in the town today. However, it is most famous for its farming, with a cattle market taking place regularly as it has done so for many years.

Burton-upon-Trent is located in the east of Staffordshire and has been brewing for centuries. The National Brewery Centre is a much loved attraction which outlines Burton’s brewing heritage. It has a fantastic array of period architecture, from the Grade I listed Saint Modwen Church, to the Victorian Town Hall.

In the south of Staffordshire is Cannock, a traditional town that is famed for its plethora of regular markets. It is also a very popular place for avid shoppers due to the extensive Cannock Shopping Centre and independent retailers.

Newcastle-under-Lyme is a market town just outside of Stoke-on-Trent, but the two couldn’t be more different. The town dates back to the 12th century and has hosted markets for as long as history relays. The most popular is the weekly antiques market where people flock to from all over the country to find some treasure!

The Britannia Goodwins office is located centrally in the county, in Stafford. Therefore, the team are ideally located to help you move to and from the county and surrounding areas. As well as proving a second-to-none removals service, Goodwins also offer a variety of storage options.

Days Out in Staffordshire

Whether with family, friends, or fancy a bit of time to yourself, there are some fantastic things to do in Staffordshire. For thrill seekers, head to Alton Towers in Stoke-on-Trent. Similarly, Drayton Manor Theme Park has rides for those of all ages, and bravery levels! Waterworld (Stoke-on-Trent) is a massive favourite amongst children as it is an indoor tropical aqua park with an abundance of slides, rapids, and flumes.

To learn about the ceramics history of Staffordshire, pay a visit to Gladstone Pottery Museum in Longton. The museum tells the story of Staffordshire’s history with pottery. World of Wedgewood (Barlaston) is also a unique opportunity to see the famous ceramics being manufactured, and it also has a fantastic restaurant.