Welcome to the Perry Removals Hadleigh 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.
With a population of less than 10,000 Hadleigh is said to have the remains of Guthrum King of the Danes from the late 800's AD. buried in St Mary Church. This is one of the grand Suffolk churches, the only big one with a medieval spire; indeed, the only proper wood and lead spire in the county. It was built in the 14th century, and the exterior bell, a 1280 clock bell doubling as a sanctus bell, is Suffolk's oldest. Hadleigh has many examples of fine timber framed buildings, which often display elaborate designs in pargeting plasterwork on their exteriors. The Deanery Tower was built in 1495 by Archdeacon Pykeham a former rector and is a very fine example of late C15 brickwork. It was originally the gatehouse to the Archdeacon's house.
Although now a busy rural community, in the 1500's it was a hotbed of Protestant extremists and two local clergy became martyrs to the cause . The famous artist Cedric Morris formed the renowned East Anglian school of Painting and Drawing in the area during the 1930's.
The twon is built around the river Brett and the 14th century Topposfield Bridge is believed to be the oldest in the county.
Perry Removals have carried out many moves around the area including the contents of Hintlesham Hall which went partly to the South of France. The Hall was the former home and restaurant belonging to Robert Carrier the celebrity TV chef and writer.