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Chirk Removals

Removal Company in Chirk

Britannia Thomas Casserly’s provides a a trusted removal, packing and storage service to the Chirk and wider Wrexham area. If you are moving locally, elsewhere in the UK or overseas, you can rely on us to reduce stress during relocation.

We are a member firm of Britannia Movers International, who remove and relocate customers to worldwide, local and national destinations, using an international network and local team.

Our customers spread over several locations such as Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Ellesmere, Whitchurch, Wem, Nesscliffe, Church Stretton, Craven Arms and Pontesbury.

Range of Removal and Storage Services

Whether you are looking for household removals, storage or office removals services, Thomas Casserly’s services can be made to fit your needs. We help you move or relocate with ease.

If you aren’t moving just yet but need to store your personal belongings for a while, we offer a range of storage services. With our new warehouse on the edge of Oswestry, we can store or give you easy access.

About Chirk

Chirk is a border town between Shropshire and Wales, and between the rivers of Ceirog and Dee in the county of Denbighshire. Chirk is 10 miles south of Wrexham.

Moving to Chirk

Most of the properties on offer are either detached houses or detached bungalows and range between £110,000 and £750,000. The average price for a 3-bedroom house is around £170,000.

There are also several land areas for sale and most of the properties have spacious and quiet gardens for the family to enjoy. The valley is home to many sheep and cattle that graze by the calm waters of the Ceirog, mountain summits, moorland and rivers.

Chirk is a great place to move to if you are looking for a sense of community and there are two local primary schools; Pentre Church and Ysgol Y Waun; which is a nursery, infant school and junior school for boys and girls. The main school for secondary education and sixth form is bilingual school Ysgol Dinas Brân for ages 11-18.

Things to do in Chirk

A decent place to start with exploring around Chirk is the railway station established in 1846 by Henry Robertson. The Chirk train station has strong links to Birmingham International Airport and Shrewsbury with seated areas. It was named the best small station in the UK at the annual National Rail Awards in 2020.

There are also several beautiful churches in Chirk such as St. Mary’s (Wales) with delicate carvings on the walls and Chirk Methodist Church.

Likely the biggest attraction to Chirk is Chirk Castle owned by The National Trust. Chirk Castle is over 700 years old. It was one of many medieval castles to keep Wales under English rule and holds lots of historic furniture and art. The perfect place to scrub up on your knowledge of slavery and colonialism.

Chirk Castle hosts several trails, gardens, a shop (open Wednesday-Sunday, 11am to 4pm), tea room and their Courtyard café for hot and cold refreshments. It is perfect for walks, seasonal events like festive trails and a spot of bird watching.

Contact us

If you’d like a quick quote, please fill in the Quote box above. If you have any further questions or would like more information, give us a call on 01691 749098 or email info@thomascasserlys.com.