Man and Van Leytonstone

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Man and Van Leytonstone E11 Telephone Number 07904460007

The service we offer is very simple and straight-forward.
On your moving day we arrive with a van, load it up, drive to your new address and then unload.

How Much Does It Cost?

For a Single Trip move, the price can be as little as £40 quid as long as it’s within 1 hour.

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Remember, the man and van price does go up when more time is involved perhaps because of stairs/lifts or when parking in Leytonstone is difficult.

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History

The main thoroughfare in Leytonstone, High Road Leytonstone, which runs the length of Leytonstone to Stratford is an ancient pathway dating to pre-Roman times. Roman archaeological features have been found in the area.

The name Leytonstone — in early documents Leyton-Atte-Stone — may derive from the large stone standing at the junction of Hollybush Hill and New Wanstead; in the 18th-century an obelisk was mounted on top of it, and it has been claimed that it is the remains of a Roman milestone.

Two of the obelisk’s inscriptions are still just legible: others are not.

“To Epping XI Miles through Woodford, Loughton”
“To Ongar XV Miles through Woodford Bridge, Chigwell, Abridge”

It has been claimed that High Road Leytonstone is a prehistoric pathway dating from before the Romans built a road along the same route to London. However Roman roads have since been found during excavations.

The earliest known cartographic reference to Leytonstone is dated from 1545. It was part of Essex until 1965.

To the eastern side of Leytonstone lies the Lake House estate, which until its recent inclusion within the London Borough of Redbridge was also seen as belonging to the area.

Leytonstone was the centre of protests against the construction of the M11 link road, in 1990. The protesters’ final stand was staged at Claremont Road, Leytonstone and was ended by the forced eviction of protestors in 1994.

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