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Removal from Norway to England

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Re: Removal from Norway to England

Post Posted: Sat Apr 10, 2010 9:57 pm

Thanks for your advice... I'll certainly be getting in touch with the guys you mentioned, as 2000 quid is well below the lowest quote we've had so far. As for moving back to England..... well, I know there's so much crime there now, and sometimes I have to pinch myself and wonder if Im mad for moving back...! But I have a young daughter, and would really like her to go to an English school for at least a couple of years before she starts school in Norway. It'll also be good to spend a couple of years near family, but I do plan to come "home" to Norway... far better here in the long run!!
Thanks again for your advice!
Sara

 

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Re: Removal from Norway to England

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Shifting with Man and Van goo.gl/2HKdMv was far the best choice I could create as moving with them was such a unforgettable time, I believed at first that I would get tiered and I would never be able to handle but when they have done all the perform that what else continues to be to get handled.

 

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