Relocating to the Postcode District of WD7
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It doesn’t matter what type of person you area when it comes to moving, a WD7 removal service can make your move a stress-free experience. Whether you’re the type of person who has everything planned or the type of person who does everything last minute, the many removal services available can make sure you’re supported during every minute of your move. The WD7 removal companies, movers, man with a van services, and storage facilities can ensure your move is a breeze. Man and Van is a removal company that has many services available, including; removal assessment, transport, storage, cleaning, packing and unpacking, lorry hire, and more. For more information on our services and a free quote, call 020 8811 8922 today!
The WD, or Watford, postcode area mostly covers the south-west of Hertfordshire. The WD7 postcode area, otherwise known as the Radlett postcode area, covers the villages of Radlett and Shenley. Radlett is a large prosperous village which lies in the district of Hertsmere. There has been a settlement called Radlett since 1453, however the area was not always affluent. In recent years its location (close to London) and good transport links have made the area a fantastic place for commuters to buy properties. Another village in the WD7 postcode district is Shenley, which is located nearly 19 miles from Central London. It is thought that Shenley gets its name from the Anglo-Saxon word ‘Scenlai’ or ‘Senlai’, meaning ‘fair or bright clearing/wood’. This meaning fits with the history of the area, as south-west Hertfordshire was heavily wooded back then.
The WD7 area has many attractions and has had many famous residents over the years. Shenley is home to Arsenal F.s training grounds and also the Shenley Cricket Centre. Radlett has three pubs or public houses which are known as the ‘Cat and Fiddle’, the ‘Red Lion Hotel’, and the ‘The Railway Bar’. The area of Radlett was also involved in what is known as ‘the Radlett murder’ or ‘the Elstree murder’. This infamous murder took place in 1823 in Radlett and the victim’s body (William Weare) was then dumped in an Elstree pond. However, this infamous murder has not tarnished Radlett’s reputation and many people are drawn to the area. The list of famous residents who have lived in the area include: George Michael, Duncan James (former ‘Blue’ singer), and Douglas Jardin (cricketer). The list of celebrities who currently reside in Radlett includes: Lacey Turner (actress), Ted Childs (producer, screenwriter, director), Alex song (footballer), and Brian Bennett and Hank Marvin from the band The Shadows.
The WD7 postcode area also has many transport links, including road, rail and air. The area is close to motorways such as the M25 and the M1, which enable easy access to and from the area. On top of this, there are numerous rail stations, many of which connect the WD7 area to London. The list of stations includes; Radlett railway station, Bricketwood Station, How Wood railway station, and Park Street railway station. Finally, airports near to the WD7 area include; Northolt, Luton airport, London Heathrow airport, and London City airport.
The WD7 postcode district has many claims to fame and is well-supported with many transport links. When moving to the area, make sure you book with Man and Van, as we aim to make your move easy and stress-free. One thing we do to minimise stress is provide you with a free moving checklist, so you can be sure nothing is forgotten during your move. An item on this checklist is to reserve a parking space in front of your new property for the moving vehicle. Do book a space, visit the Hertsmere Borough Council’s website.
Postcode Radlett nearby postcodes WD6, WD25