Gillingham Removals

Having a detailed and thorough knowledge of the area we offer an unbeatable Gillingham Removals service which takes all the fuss and stress out of moving house. Whether it’s a quick simple move, a business or a house move we have the infrastructure and personal on hand to deliver on time and on budget, always with a friendly smile.

We also offer a competitively priced light haulage service, delivering to areas throughout the UK. Our customers are very important to us and we do our utmost to make sure your goods are delivered safely and on time. As a family owned business we are always striving to deliver the best service possible to our customers. Come join the family…

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Please don’t hesitate to contact us today for a quote. Simply click the quote button, fill in the size of your house, preferred moving date and contact details and one of our sales operatives will be back in touch straight away.


Here’s a few fun facts about Gillingham you may not have heard before!

Gillingham is a town and civil parish in the Blackmore Vale area of Dorset, England. It lies on the B3095 and B3081 roads in the North Dorset administrative district, approximately 4 miles south of the A303 trunk road and 5 miles northwest of Shaftesbury. It is the most northerly town in the county.

  • A Stone Age barrow in the town indicates that there has been a settlement here for thousands of years, and there is also evidence of Roman settlement in the 2nd and 3rd centuries.
  • There is evidence of royal connections in Saxon times and, in the Middle Ages, Gillingham was the seat of a royal hunting lodge. This was visited by King John and the first three Henrys. The lodge was demolished in 1369 after it had fallen into disrepair.
  • Gillingham became a thriving centre for the local farming community and built the first Grammar School in Dorset in 1526. By the end of the 18th century, it also had a silk mill. The local church has a 14th century chancel, but mostly dates from the 19th and 20th centuries. There are still many 15th century buildings surviving in the town.