Storing baby things for the future

Are your little ones growing up and heading off to school? Has your baby grown out of their first baby grows and early toys, but you don’t want to get rid of them in case of a future baby arriving? Here’s where storage can lend a hand to help you tackle a lack of storage space or a desire to keep things safe and secure.

In this blog, we aim to give you some tips and tricks for storing your baby’s old toys and clothes, as well as larger pieces of furniture, in a storage unit for the future.

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A guide to buying a house and moving to Woking, Surrey

The town of Woking is a beautiful place to relocate to, whether you’re moving for your work, family or just for a change. Woking has a vast and exciting history, including being the site of Woking Palace, the setting and place where H.G. Wells penned his famous novel War of the Worlds, and one of the locations that was first included in the London and Southampton Trains Network in 1838.

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5 Alternative uses for your self-storage unit

Sometimes homes or offices just aren’t quite big enough to incorporate everything we want to do. If you need a designated space for an activity, work, or storage, there’s no reason why a self-storage unit can’t provide that space for you. In this blog, we show you some alternative uses for self-storage units to help you gain some more space in your life.

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How to make the most of your Warwick University experience

University is a fantastic experience – more freedom, more choice about what you can do both study-wise and social-wise, and access to some amazing opportunities, events and places. If you’re heading to Warwick University this September, or are already there and want some tips, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best things to do to make the most of your university experience.

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