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Crouch End Station

Crouch End, once excellent for fishing

Many years ago, the Crouch was a wide sleepy river winding gently through wooded hills and peaceful valleys on its long journey south from the Watford gap to the Thames. On its way, it passed through a quiet vale bounded by meadows, where a small community of shepherds and farmers tended the land and their flocks, occasionally, but unsuccessfully, fishing in the river or hunting for deer or bear in the hills. Evidence of this pastoral existence comes from archeological evidence found at a recent excavation carried out at a site at the bottom of what is now known as Shepherds Hill. Among the many finds between the foundations of rude mud huts were remains of goat, rabbit and longhorn sheep. Although many primitive fish hooks and arrowheads have been found, surprisingly no trace of fish or game has been revealed. This has led to speculation that the river was named after the many fishermen crouched along its banks not catching fish.

Many centuries later, the area became famous – or infamous – as the location of the first recorded gold rush in Britain. A grizzled peasant called Cedric was looking for a stray ram in the Muswell Hills when he discovered several small nuggets of gold in the gravel on the bank of the Crouch. Word of the discovery quickly spread throughout the land, and the vale was suddenly filled with hundreds of prospectors, thieves, pedlars, and vagabonds, lured by the prospect of easy fortune but, alas, to no avail. The gold found by Cedric was revealed to be fillings from the teeth of an ancient monk, slaughtered by one of the many bands of marauding Vikings who frequently raped and pillaged the area in the middle ages. One of the vagrants, called Herold, fell in love with gentle countryside stayed after the rest had departed, and one of his descendants became Lord of the manor, and the first Baron Middlelane. Today his name is still remembered as one of our local streets.

What can EasyClear House Clearance do for you?

EasyClear are a fully insured, licensed and a highly experienced house clearance company. We provide an environmentally sensitive service where we recycle and re-use where ever possible. Where that isn’t possible we ensure that we dispose of your rubbish legitamately and carefully.

We operate locally in Crouch End providing house clearance, garden clearance and a full range of contract service for offices and businesses. We offer a worry free contents appraisel which includes professional valuation of antiques, quality collectables and second hand furniture.

Understanding our customer needs and what the customer expects in order to provide the very best bespoke service, has made EasyClear the outstanding clearance provider. With our Crouch End house clearance and rubbish removal, EasyClear has a reputation for strong business ethics, combined with an awareness of today’s customers needs.

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