St Helens Removals

Everything you need to know about moving to from or within the Borough of St Helens, including your free quote!

ST HELENS MERSEYSIDE

St Helens is a large North West Town with a population of 100,000, St Helens Borough has 180,000 residents.
St Helens used to be part of Lancashire but was incorporated into Merseyside in the 1980’s and is located at the centre of 4 major motorways: M6, M62, M57 & M58.
The town of St Helens is made up of four townships of Sutton, Windle, Eccleston and Parr with significant suburbs of Rainford, Billinge, Haydock, Denton’s Green, Nutgrove and Laffak.
Neighbouring towns; Wigan, Widnes, Warrington, Whiston, Prescot, Rainhill, Knowsley and Newton-Le-Willows.
St Helens History: St Helens had rapid growth during the Industrial Revolution with notable Industries such as coal mining, glass manufacturing and sail making.
Famous St Helens Names: Over the years St Helens has been known for;
  • Saints Rugby League
  • Beechams
  • Gamble Alkali Works
  • Pilkington’s Glass
  • United Glass Bottles(UGB)
  • Greenalls Brewery
Education in St Helens:
St Helens as above national average scores for pupils at;
Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
St Helens has numerous Junior Schools throughout the borough with 9 Secondary Schools and 7 Further Education Learning Centres.
St Helens Media:
The town has 2 local weekly newspapers
The St Helens Star, distributed throughout St Helens every Thursday.
The St Helens Reporter, distributed in St Helens on Wednesday.
St Helens is covered by the following postcodes:
WA9, WA10, WA11, WA12
There are several major parks in St Helens including the historic Taylor Park, Victoria Park and Sherdley Park which was famous for hosting The St Helens Show every July and The Dream Sculpture which is located on the prominent summit of the former Sutton Manor Colliery.
St Helens also has museums such as the St Helens Glass Museum and theatres such as St Helens Theatre Royal and The Citadel.
St Helens Housing Market:
If you are thinking of moving house to the St Helens Borough area here are some key indicators from the property industry!
Housing in St Helens ranges from town centre flats and Studios to leafy residential suburbs and family Estates.
Property prices in St Helens range from £30,000 up to 1 million with an average property value of £140,000.
St Helens property rental prices range from £300 up to £12,000 per month with an average of £480 per month.

Free St Helens Removals Quote

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Hi John,

Just to let you know the guys that moved me yesterday were fabulous. They all went the extra mile to get my stuff in to the house. And yep it was the piano that was the BIGGEST problem. But they did it. So please could you thank them for me. Looking at living hear for at least 5 yrs so may see you then.

Thank you to you and your team.

Regards Maria St Helens