Welcome to  Perry Removals, Witham website. This website has been designed to help you through the process of moving home with information not only on the removal itself but on other pre and post removal day issues.


Now by-passed by the A12 trunk road, in days gone by Witham High Street was on the main thoroughfare from London to Colchester and provided coaching inns and other services for travellers. It was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 that Witham was later given to The Knights Templar as indicated by nearby Cressing Temple.  This temple was the earliest foundation of Templar lands in Britain.

1905 saw the worst ever recorded train crash in Essex, when the Cromer to London train derailed killing 11 people and seriously injuring another 7.


With a growing population of over 25,000, Witham has had a number of famous residents including Dorothy L Sayers, whose statue stands in the town. TV's X Factor runner up Olly Murs was brought up in the town where he also played football for Witham Town Football Club.


Perry Removals have carried out moves in many streets in the area including commercial moves in the industrial areas in the North and East of the town.





01245 839987 or 0800 211 8030

To find out more about how Perry Removals can assist you in your move click on the links above or telephone us on  01799 399987 or 0800 211 8030

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