Here is the Van Girls guide to Crouch End and some things to think about regarding your move if you make the big leap!

Removal Company for Crouch End

Removal Company for Crouch End

The Lifestyle in Crouch End

As our local centre for independent coffee shops, boutiques and shabby chic bars and pubs, Crouch End is a favourite with the Van Girls. 

Our favourite place for a coffee is Coffee Circus, with its eclectic mix of furniture, exhibitions of local artists work and stonking coffee!

Then, after a long week the Van Girls crews have a tendency to end up in Earl Haig Hall, an old British Legion Club, which has been lovingly turned in to a great local boozer with a big selection of ales.

Crouch End is renowned for being a family friendly area and there is always lots going on if you have kids to entertain. The cafes are all family friendly and there are also a selection of beautiful independent children’s shops on the high street such as Soup Dragon and Niddle Noddle!

There’s also a lot to do in the evening including two great new additions to the area. You can check out the latest offerings at the Art House Cinema and then head to Muddy Boots meat shop for a glass of wine and cheese and meat platters!

Schools, Transport and Amenities in Crouch End

There are lots of good schools in Crouch End so check them out to see where you want to live if this is your priority! 

To name a few, Coleridge and St Gilda’s RC Primary Schools were both rated Outstanding by Ofsted, as well as Horsey School for Girls and Highgate Wood Secondary Schools being rated Good.

Crouch End doesn’t have a tube station! This is part of why it’s such a nice place, peaceful isolation. But, never fear, there are plenty of ways to get in and out. It’s got good bus links, an London Overground station at Crouch Hill, National Rail stations at Hornsey and Harringay.

The high street has a Waitrose, Budgens, Tesco and M&S as well as enough independent grocers, butchers and health food shops to avoid them all if you prefer! There is also a farmers market every Sunday at Alexandra Palace. That is well worth a mooch.

Moving to Crouch End with Van girls

As a Removal Company local to Crouch End, Van Girls have good knowledge of the roads, offices, houses and estates around the area.

We offer a personal, efficient and trustworthy service, making sure your belongings arrive in the pristine condition they left in and keeping you calm, and even having fun, through the process of moving.

Van Girls can carry out your removals in Crouch End with collection from any property, delivering to any property, door to door and room to room, within Crouch End, London and the UK.

There are few properties with driveways in Crouch End so we would recommend organizing a parking suspension for the day of your move through the local council, or asking us to arrange it for you. There is normally a charge from the council for reserving bays – http://www.haringey.gov.uk/parking_bay_suspension.htm

At Van Girls we aim to be the best removal company servicing Crouch End. We are proud members of The Alliance of Independent Movers. You can see our reviews on their website here – http://www.aimovers.org.uk/members-directory/701/van-girls-ltd/

We are also proud to have been assessed and accepted as a Trusted Trader by Which?

We get regular recommendations on a local online forum called Harringay online

Van Girls offer professional removal services in:

To get a quote for your move, call us on 020 8045 8787, email us at info@vangirls.co.uk or complete our online quote form

2 Comments

  1. Roy Martin
    29th July 2015 at 1:43 am

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    recommendation.
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    I have always felt that when it comes to my business there are only a couple of girls who tune pianos and I am training a great woman to become a tuner. Sadly there are some very strange old guys piano tuning in London turning up to peoples homes with very few people skills and I feel strongly that women would be fantastic at my job. Now I find that piano moving could be revolutionised by your service.
    If you would like me to try you out I would be more than happy to give it a go.
    Kind regards
    Roy Martin

    • Emma Lanman
      13th October 2015 at 9:17 am

      Hi Roy,
      Thanks for your message! We will drop you an email to discuss future opportunities 🙂

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