Welcome to the Perry Removals of Halstead 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.
The name Halstead is believed to be derived from the old English "Haid" meaning healthy and "Stead" meaning farm.
With a population of over 12,000, Halstead is nestled in the Colne Valley. It's name derives from the old English 'Halde', meaning 'Healthy Place'. It was used many times as the backdrop for the "Lovejoy" TV series which starred Ian McShane. Halstead was also home to the famous singer Matt Cardle, the winner of televisions 2010 X Factor who was brought up in the town.
Ian Fleming wrote the finishing touches to "From Russia with love" at nearby Moynes Park.
In the lower town a former riverside mill has been converted into an Antiques Centre which leads on to a riverside walk beside the Colne. The town lies on the line of the former Colne Valley Railway which boasted one of the longest and highest brick built viaducts at nearby Chappel village.
To find out more about how Perry Removals can assist you in your move click on the links above or telephone us on 01787 882260 or 0800 211 8030.