House Removals Service In Sandy

Removals In Sandy

For local removals in Sandy, Bedford Removals can help. Our fast, efficient and reliable house removal service will ensure that your moving day is as stress free as possible.

We pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service whilst offering value for money. We can provide house removal boxes and also offer a packing service throughout Sandy if required.

Our staff are trained, uniformed professionals who will make your moving day pass with ease. As well as being competent furniture movers our staff are courteous, helpful and polite. We operate a fleet of specialist removal vehicles complete with transit blankets and furniture covers.

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Our local removal company covers all areas around Sandy. However, we can move you to anywhere within the mainland UK.

Established in 2010, we believe that you can not find a better or more dedicated house removal company than Bedford Removals.

Why Not Put Us To The Test?

Get in touch anytime, either by calling us, Whatsapp, or via our contact us page. We can give you a quotation for any work you require. We offer a fully insured service, so your mind can rest at ease knowing that you are in safe hands as we take the strain.

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Sandy
Girtford
Beeston
Seddington
Moggerhanger

Brook End
Blunham
Lower Caldecote
Everton
Willington

Removals In Sandy

For local removals in Sandy, Bedford Removals can help. Our fast, efficient and reliable house removal service will ensure that your moving day is as stress free as possible.

We pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service whilst offering value for money. We can provide house removal boxes and also offer a packing service throughout Sandy if required.

Our staff are trained, uniformed professionals who will make your moving day pass with ease. As well as being competent furniture movers our staff are courteous, helpful and polite. We operate a fleet of specialist removal vehicles complete with transit blankets and furniture covers.

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Removal Company Sandy

Our local house removal company covers all areas around Sandy. However, we can move you to anywhere within the mainland UK.

Established in 2010, we believe that you can not find a better or more dedicated house removal company than Bedford Removals.

Why Not Put Us To The Test?

Get in touch anytime, either by calling us, Whatsapp, or via our contact us page. We can give you a quotation for any work you require. We offer a fully insured service, so your mind can rest at ease knowing that you are in safe hands as we take the strain.

Links To Our Range Of Removal Services In Sandy

House Moves Completed Anywhere In Sandy

Sandy
Girtford
Beeston
Seddington
Brook End
Moggerhanger
Blunham
Lower Caldecote
Everton
Willington

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Information About Sandy

Our house removal service covers Sandy and the surrounding villages. Call us today and we will be happy to provide you with a quote to help you move home.

Sandy is a small market town in Bedfordshire situated on the A1 north of Biggleswade. Sandy is nearby the towns of Potton and Biggleswade and the villages of Tempsford, Blunham, Moggerhanger, Upper Caldecote, Lower Caldecote and Sutton.

Sandy is the home of The Royal Society For The Protection Of Birds.

Read more via this Wikipedia link.

About Sandy

Our house removal service covers Sandy and the surrounding villages. Call us today and we will be happy to provide you with a quote to help you move home.

Sandy is a small market town in Bedfordshire situated on the A1 north of Biggleswade. Sandy is nearby the towns of Potton and Biggleswade and the villages of Tempsford, Blunham, Moggerhanger, Upper Caldecote, Lower Caldecote and Sutton.

Sandy is the home of The Royal Society For The Protection Of Birds.

Read more via this Wikipedia link.

Transport In Sandy

Road

Sandy is situated on the A1 which hugs the western edge of the town. The A603 leads west towards Bedford; the B1042 leads east towards Potton and Cambridge.

The A1 bypass was one of the earlier 1950s improvements on the Great North Road. The bypass required a new bridge over the River Ivel, built by Dorman Long. The roundabout is with the A603 for Bedford, to the west and the B1042 into Sandy itself and on to Potton and Cambridge. The former A603, to the east is now the B1042. The former north south route through the town was over Girtford Bridge, to the west of the current route, and now the A603. There were three separate bypass schemes – the Improvement from Sandy to the junction with A428, Provision of second carriageway through Girtford, and Biggleswade by-pass to Girtford. The Girtford Underpass was built in the early 1990s by Kimbell Construction, at the former Varsity Line railway bridge.

Rail

Sandy Railway Station is located on the East Coast Main Line and provides half hourly trains south to Central London and beyond to Horsham, and north to Peterborough. Journey times to London are typically around 40 minutes. The station is managed and served by Thameslink and Great Northern.

Past & Future Rail Links

The Varsity Line, which connected Oxford to Cambridge, ran through Sandy until 1967, stopping at Girtford Halt at the north end of the bypass. From Bedford to Sandy, the line has been paved over and is now part of the NCR 51 cycle route.

In January 2020, East West Rail Ltd, which exists to re-establish the Oxford to Cambridge rail link, announced a new route between Bedford and Cambridge that will bypass Sandy, with a new station ‘in the Tempsford area’.

Bus

The no.73 Stagecoach East bus service, runs half-hourly Monday – Saturday between Biggleswade, Sandy and Bedford. No Sunday service.

Where Is Sandy?

Sandy is 43 miles north of Central London with the county town of Bedford 8 miles to the west. St Neots, Cambridgeshire lies 7 miles to the north with Biggleswade 3 miles to the south.


The River Ivel, a tributary of the River Great Ouse, runs through the town. Parts of the town and adjoining land are designated as a Flood Warning Area. The Greensand Ridge, an escarpment which runs through BuckinghamshireBedfordshire, and Cambridgeshire, runs to the south of the town.

The Sandy Heath Transmitting Station, a 244 metre tall television broadcast mast, is located to the east of the town.

Education In Sandy

Schools in Sandy were previously 3 tiered (Lower, Middle and Upper) as per the rest of the schools in Central Bedfordshire. However, from 2018 schools in the town have converted to being 2 tier (Primary and Secondary). Due to these changes Sandye Place Academy (the middle school in Sandy) closed in September 2019.

Primary Schools

Laburnum Primary School
Maple Tree Primary School
Robert Peel Primary School
St Swithun’s CE Primary School

Secondary Schools
Sandy Secondary School

Transport

Road

Sandy is situated on the A1 which hugs the western edge of the town. The A603 leads west towards Bedford; the B1042 leads east towards Potton and Cambridge.

The A1 bypass was one of the earlier 1950s improvements on the Great North Road. The bypass required a new bridge over the River Ivel, built by Dorman Long. The roundabout is with the A603 for Bedford, to the west and the B1042 into Sandy itself and on to Potton and Cambridge. The former A603, to the east is now the B1042. The former north south route through the town was over Girtford Bridge, to the west of the current route, and now the A603. There were three separate bypass schemes – the Improvement from Sandy to the junction with A428, Provision of second carriageway through Girtford, and Biggleswade by-pass to Girtford. The Girtford Underpass was built in the early 1990s by Kimbell Construction, at the former Varsity Line railway bridge.

Rail

Sandy Railway Station is located on the East Coast Main Line and provides half hourly trains south to Central London and beyond to Horsham, and north to Peterborough. Journey times to London are typically around 40 minutes. The station is managed and served by Thameslink and Great Northern.

Past & Future Rail Links

The Varsity Line, which connected Oxford to Cambridge, ran through Sandy until 1967, stopping at Girtford Halt at the north end of the bypass. From Bedford to Sandy, the line has been paved over and is now part of the NCR 51 cycle route.

In January 2020, East West Rail Ltd, which exists to re-establish the Oxford to Cambridge rail link, announced a new route between Bedford and Cambridge that will bypass Sandy, with a new station ‘in the Tempsford area’.

Bus

The no.73 Stagecoach East bus service, runs half-hourly Monday – Saturday between Biggleswade, Sandy and Bedford. No Sunday service.

Geography

Sandy is 43 miles north of Central London with the county town of Bedford 8 miles to the west. St Neots, Cambridgeshire lies 7 miles to the north with Biggleswade 3 miles to the south.


The River Ivel, a tributary of the River Great Ouse, runs through the town. Parts of the town and adjoining land are designated as a Flood Warning Area. The Greensand Ridge, an escarpment which runs through BuckinghamshireBedfordshire, and Cambridgeshire, runs to the south of the town.

The Sandy Heath Transmitting Station, a 244 metre tall television broadcast mast, is located to the east of the town.

Education

Schools in Sandy were previously 3 tiered (Lower, Middle and Upper) as per the rest of the schools in Central Bedfordshire. However, from 2018 schools in the town have converted to being 2 tier (Primary and Secondary). Due to these changes Sandye Place Academy (the middle school in Sandy) closed in September 2019.

Primary Schools

Laburnum Primary School
Maple Tree Primary School
Robert Peel Primary School
St Swithun’s CE Primary School

Secondary Schools
Sandy Secondary School

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