Junk clearance and waste disposal service covering your area by KwikSweep. If surveys are to be believed, Richmond is home to some of the happiest people in the UK. An area that caters for all interests, Richmond is home to various names from David Attenborough to Mick Jagger. With a large percentage of its boundary bordering the thames, Richmond proceeds a diverse environment bursting with activity, from the world famous Richmond Park, through to a collection of theatres, pubs, restaurants and unique bars. A quite sporty area, Richmond is a stones throw away from Twickenham Stadium, as well as being home to a number of sports clubs from rowing to rugby, taking advantage of the areas river location and impressive green space credentials.
We have happy rubbish removal teams that can clear any and all rubbish that you have. Our professional teams will do all the loading and sweeping up afterwards too. We charge depending by the amount of waste is collected. You simply then pay via your credit or debit card. Call us today for a free quote.
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Richmond is well endowed with green and open spaces accessible to the public. To the east and south lies Richmond Park, a large area of wild heath and woodland originally enclosed by Charles I for hunting, and now forming London's largest royal park. This park is both a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is about three times the size of Central Park in New York and it contains on a permanent basis around 650 red and fallow deer. There are several substantial buildings within the park; notably Pembroke Lodge and White Lodge. To the north lies Old Deer Park, a 360-acre (1.5 km2) Crown Estate landscape extending from the town along the riverside as far as the boundary with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. This contains wide green lawns, municipal sports pitches and playing fields, rugby and athletic grounds, swimming pools, two Royal Mid-Surrey golf courses, and the Grade I listed former King's Observatory erected for George III in 1769.