It’s only a couple of weeks until the kids go back to school and chances are your house is a mess. A new school term brings about more books, bags, sport kits, musical instruments and uniforms. We all know how quickly things can pile up so instead of cluttering the floor, cupboards or under the bed; perhaps it’s time to prepare storage space for all the school goodies. Continue reading
A car boot sale is one of the best ways to clear out your cupboard, garage, de-clutter your home and generate some additional income. It does require some time and effort but can be loads of fun as well. You’ll meet new people and get out in the fresh air for a couple of hours. What’s not to love?
Our car boot sale guide should be valuable to anyone but particularly for those doing it for the first time. Once you have a successful car boot sale under your belt, you’ll want to do another one. Why not take a look at Continue reading
We are always open to those who would like to view our storage units but we know it’s not always possible. This is especially the case if you’re still in the moving process and too far away for an on-site visit.
You shouldn’t miss out just because you can’t see it for yourself. Why not take a look at the virtual tour of our premises so you know exactly what you’re getting. Whether you’re on a mobile device or on your desktop, we’d like to say “Welcome to Space Centre Self Storage!” Continue reading
Open air theatres are particularly popular among locals and this summer in Gloucestershire, it’s no different. We are spoiled for choice with the likes of Berkeley Castle, Cowley Manor and Tuckwell Amphitheatre among others. So we say it’s time to pack a picnic basket, your favourite bottle of wine and enjoy the show!
What we don’t see though is behind the scenes. There is so much to consider when setting up for a show and theatre storage is one of them. Many people associate self-storage with e-bay traders or small home based businesses but all sorts of people use self-storage. Continue reading
Mother’s Day is just around the corner on 26th March so it’s time to get together with the kids and plan those treats. You’ll see lots of adverts online, on television and in print with numerous ideas of where to take your Mum or what to buy; restaurants, flowers, chocolates all top the list. But those adverts are all being shown with one thing in mind – to get you to spend your money.
Yes, it’s nice to be taken out and spoilt on occasion but finances don’t always allow that, especially at times of the year when prices are generally inflated specifically because of the occasion. There are lots of things you can do that don’t cost huge amounts of money but will leave your Mum with that warm fuzzy feeling knowing that she’s loved and appreciated. Breakfast in bed with some flowers picked from the garden always goes down well. If Mum is going to be on the sidelines cheering you on in some sports activity, then making things easy by being prepared, packing your kit bags and making her a flask of hot tea or coffee to take will bring a smile to her face. Continue reading