The nearest Access Self Storage is in Erdington and provides business and personal storage options for customers all over the West Midlands area. Offering gated, fenced, and CCTV-monitored units, it’s an easy, safe, and convenient way to store your goods and belongings.
Getting Access Self Storage Lichfield is simple. Starting from Upper St John St on the A51, change to London Rd on the A5206; continue until you reach the roundabout, where you should take the second exit onto the A38. Continue on the A38 for around 20 minutes until you reach Kingsbury Road and you’re there.
So much is made of Lichfield’s learned and influential past residents that all 32,000 of its current inhabitants must be bored of hearing about it. Erasmus Darwin, Thomas Day, Richard Lovell Edgeworth – and of course, the inimitable Samuel Johnson, writer of the very first dictionary. If you’ve taken after the good doctor and written your own tomes, amassed a collection to rival his own, or simply picked up one too many trinkets in the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum, consider renting a storage unit near Lichfield to keep your stuff from overwhelming your house.
The Lichfield Greenhill Bower Festival, which has been running since the Middle Ages sees members of the local community and small business owners alike join forces to create a memorable Spring Bank Holiday for all. If you’re an entrepreneur setting up shop, don’t use your stall for firewood: put it – and any unsold goods – into Access Self Storage Lichfield until you need it again.
The festival is also home to a number of interesting ales and beers – fitting, given Lichfield’s history as a big brewery town. There’s no better place to take your painstakingly made Pilsner or real ale. Of course, actually making it is far from simple: it requires a fair amount of kit, and making space at home for it to ferment isn’t always easy. If that’s the case, it’s worth investigating Access Self Storage Lichfield as soon as possible to help clear out the clutter.