Removals & Storage Company in Rye. Are you moving to or from Rye and looking for a reliable and professional removals and storage company? Compass Moving Services are a well established local company in Kent.
Compass Moving Services have over 25 years experience in removals and storage . We have been moving people not just in Kent but the whole of the UK and Europe. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and expertise and that is why we are a leading Kent removals and storage company.
Removals To Rye
We are recognised as a professional removal company throughout Staplehurst and the surrounding Wealden villages of Benenden, Brenchley, Goudhurst, Hawkhurst, Horsmonden, Lamberhurst, Matfield, Paddock Wood, Sandhurst, Southborough, Speldhurst and of course, the Wealden capital, Cranbrook.
We have local nnowledge and expertise for stress free removals, offering the following services:
- Local Removals in Rye
- National Removals
- Weekly Removals to France and Italy
- International Moving
- Free Online quote Facility
- Long or Short Term storage
- Free Insurance Up To £50,000 (Can be increased and extra cost)
- Boxes Supplied
- Competitive Prices
- Packing Sevrice
Compass can offer professional packing service. Full or part packing service is available.
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Rye is located at the point where the sandstone high land of the Weald reaches the coast. The medieval coastline (see map above), with its large bay, enabled ships to come up to the port. The original course of the River Rother (Eastern) then reached the sea at Romney to the northeast. The storms in the English Channel in the thirteenth century, coupled with reclamation of the bay, brought huge quantities of gravel through longshore drift along the coast, blocking the entrance to the port. The course of the river has also changed over the centuries so that Rye now stands on the river at the point of its confluence with the River Tillingham and the River Brede. The Rivers Brede and Rother also form part of the Royal Military Canal between Winchelsea and Iden Lock. Though not considered isolated, the town is nevertheless situated in the remotest and least populated area of southeastern England, on the edge of Romney Marsh and within three kilometres of the coast.