Jubilee Opening Hours

All 3 ABC Selfstore self storage facilities will be open the following hours during the Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend: Saturday 2nd June 2012: 8am – 6pm Sunday 3rd June 2012: 11am – 5pm Monday 4th June 2012: 11am – 5pm Tuesday 5th June 2012: 8am – 6pm For more information please visit our website or call and speak to […]

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The Tower of London… the oldest secure storage in London?

With Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee fast approaching, the Tower of London’s display of the Crown Jewels has been given a makeover ‘fit for the 21st Century’. We take a look at (what we are 99% certain) must be the longest serving secure storage in London… if not the world… 

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WANDSWORTH’S JUBILEE FEVER

There’s nothing like a royal celebration to bring out the great British party spirit.  According to the BBC, Wandsworth is set to have the most official Diamond Jubilee street parties in London, leading the way with 164 council approved road closures – one more than Richmond. The number of planned street parties represents double the […]

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Travel light during the Jubilee – get a self storage locker

With the Jubilee a little more than a week away you might be considering a trip into London to join in the festivities. Getting around our capital can be fraught at the best of times.  Add into that a mix heightened security, closed roads and bag searches and it stands to reason that some of […]

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**Wanted** 130 Garratt Lane, Wandsworth

ABC Selfstore in Wandsworth is looking forward to meeting it’s new neighbours as London property seekers are snapping up the new homes within the prestigious development of apartments at 130 Garratt Lane. It is no wonder that the Garratt Lane new builds are a sought after development due to their easy-commuter location – just half a […]

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Fact into fiction: Charles Dickens – A Southwark Childhood

Tomorrow (22nd May 2012) sees the opening of the Charles Dickens exhibition in Southwark’s Cuming Museum celebrating the the birth and work of Dickens. This exhibition explores Dickens’ experiences of the Borough area of Southwark during his time there in 1824 such as the Marshalsea Prison, St George the Martyr Church and Mint Street workhouse and how […]

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