Weybridge high street is a regular route for our removal vehicles, to serve the local population, or as part of steady through traffic.
As with most UK towns, Weybridge has seen bank closures and a growing turnover in retail. The pandemic and changing shopping habits have combined to alter the high street landscape but not to the level often seen.
Local spending power is generally high, supporting two supermarkets, niche traders, an abundance of estate agents and a range of cafes. Nearby facilities such as the health centre and library attract people to the town.
Roads are reasonable and the M25 nearby, along with Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Bus services are regular and the mainline train station just a mile away.
Further down the road to the station is Brooklands museum. An internationally attended venue, housing a century old racetrack, a great collection of cars, bikes and planes, along with the London bus museum.
Ample countryside is not far away, with local quiet spots ranging from Weybridge Heath, to riverbank walks. Waterways played a key part in Weybridge’s history and have been well kept up, even though the barges now tend to be leisure vehicles.
The level of trade they once supported is still evident in the town’s shops, with a need to visit larger towns quite rare. Neither is a cup of coffee ever far away, or more substantial offerings with an international flavour.
Weybridge can remain quite busy as evening comes but normally in a well ordered way. Exceptions occur anywhere, yet there is a social tendency running through the town’s residents to respect each other’s presence.
A Shared Spirit
The Weybridge Society and other residents groups actively support the community. They see their role as protecting and enhancing Weybridge, helping to maintain local services, parking, access, ensuring the town remains a lively and safe place.
They are representative of a high majority local view, that residents are fortunate to live in a decent town and want that good fortune to remain. The attraction of the town is reflected in a wide range of property and supporting facilities.
We could have mentioned the fine range of state and private schools in the area, well equipped local hospitals, low crime levels. Our preference is still to think of a town which is a pleasure to serve.
If you are moving to, or from the area, or locally, by all means see more on removals in Weybridge. Carried out with professional care, in the spirit the town treasures.