Junk clearance made simpy by KwikSweep. Did you know that Stockwell is widely regarded as an up and coming area, once a severely economically deprived part of London. However, with it’s strong transport links to the centre of London via bus and also the Victoria line, which opened in 1971, the area has gradually seen improvement. As such Stockwell is becoming an increasingly vibrant part of London, home to an increasing number of pop up art installations and independent cafes and bakeries. With a large Portuguese population, Stockwell is also known locally as little Portugal.
Rubbish collection can be difficult at times, this is why we take care of it at every step of the way. It starts from when you call us, we give you a free quote. Our smart uniformed team will arrive at a date and time that suits you and cleared your rubbish no matter where it’s located. Whether it’s a office, home, garage, garden or loft. Call us for a free quote today.
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Stockwell probably got half its name from a well, the other half is from "stoc", which was old English for a tree trunk or post. From the thirteenth to the start of the nineteenth century, Stockwell was a rural manor at the edge of London. It included market gardens and John Tradescant's botanical garden, commemorated in Tradescant Road, which was built over it in 1880, and in a memorial outside St Stephen's church. In the nineteenth century it developed as an elegant middle class suburb. Residents included the artist Arthur Rackham, who was born in South Lambeth Road in 1867, moving with his family to Albert Square when he was 15.