Moving to Normandy we are a well-established family owned company, we are leading specialists in Removals, Storage and Packing for clients that are moving to and from France we offer a full or part load service to all parts of France including Normandy. Together we have over 30yrs combined experience and you will find many family members involved in the actual day to day running of the company; from working in the office, to moving you on the day. Our family focus enables us to offer a first class service to all our clients and is a successful removal company due to the efforts of our dedicated staff.
Well apart from being expertise in removals to France our competitive prices and our personable customer service, we will respond quickly and efficiently to all your needs. We will give you the reassurance that you have chosen a removal company with many years of experience and expertise these are only a few reasons why we are your first choice removal company to Normandy France.
Our dedicated service consists of your effects being packed and moved from your current home and moved directly to your new home with no other customer’s furniture on the vehicle.
To keep the costs down, for those who wish to take a smaller amount of goods, our part load service is the perfect answer, and consists of your effects being packed by us, if required, removed from your current home and taken to your new home abroad. Each customer’s effects are inventoried and labelled; this will eliminate the possibility of mistakes. Please ask for our schedules for part loads when you contact our office.
We also offer various packing services ranging from Export packing, Full Packing and fragile pack only all our crews are gull trained in all aspects of packing.
No The historical Duchy of Normandy was a formerly independent duchy occupying the lower Seine area, the Pays de Caux and the region to the west through the Pays d’Auge as far as the Cotentin Peninsula.
Western Normandy belongs to the Armorican Massif, whereas the major part of the region belongs to the Paris Basin. France’s oldest rocks crop out in Jobourg in the Cotentin peninsula. The region is bordered along the northern coasts by the English Channel. There are granite cliffs in the west and limestone cliffs in the east. There are also long stretches of beach in the centre of the region. The bocage typical of the western areas caused problems for the invading forces in the Battle of Normandy. A notable feature of the landscape is created by the meanders of the Seine as it approaches its estuary.The highest point is the Signal d’Écouves (417m) in the Massif armoricain. Normandy is sparsely forested: 12.8% of the territory is wooded, compared to a French average of 23.6%, although the proportion varies between the departments. Eure has most cover (21%) while Manche has least (4%), a characteristic shared with the Islands.
The Channel Islands are considered culturally and historically a part of Normandy. However, they are British Crown Dependencies, and are not part of the modern French region of Normandy,
Although the British surrendered claims to mainland Normandy, France, and other French possessions in 1801, the monarch of the United Kingdom retains the title Duke of Normandy in respect to the Channel Islands. The Channel Islands (except for Chausey) remain Crown dependencies of the British Crown in the present era. Thus the Loyal Toast in the Channel Islands is La Reine, notre Duc (“The Queen, our Duke”). The British monarch is understood to not be the Duke with regards to mainland Normandy described herein, by virtue of the Treaty of Paris of 1259, the surrender of French possessions in 1801, and the belief that the rights of succession to that title are subject to Salic Law which excludes inheritance through female heirs
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