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Cleaning Sandstone Fireplace

We don’t get a great deal of inquiries about the restoration of stone fireplaces so its refreshing when one comes along, however the principles of cleaning and are the same so were always happy to take on the work. 14 more words

Tile Cleaning

Stripping Terracotta Tiles of Sealer

These photographs of a Terracotta tiled floor came from a house in Melbourne Market Harborough, as you can see the tile was looking tired and the grout had gone dark with staining. 17 more words

Cleaning Services

A 'Top 10 Supertown'

Over the weekend I notice that Market Harborough got some press limelight as a ‘Top 10 Supertown for commuters’.

It’s great that people want to move to Harborough for its facilities, beauty and transport links to get around the UK, but I don’t feel comfortable seeing it advertised to wealthy Londoners who will no doubt be more likely to see a house here as an investment rather than a home. 283 more words

Market Harborough

Limestone Tiled Floor Cleaned and Sealed

This Limestone tiled floor was installed in the kitchen of a house in the town Market Harborough, Leicestershire. The tiles were quite dirty and had become ingrained with dirt which hopefully you can see from the photograph below. 9 more words

Cleaning Services

Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom : Benign Neglect

l’m conscious of having neglected this blog for too long. The Toad Work has pretty much had me in a half-nelson and though I’ve had the time to watch cricket I haven’t had the time (or mental space) to write about it.  439 more words

Blogging

Another Sleepless Night? Or A Tour De Force?

If I keep taking my laptop to bed with me and pound the keyboards until the early hours, then complain that I am tired the following morning … I am my own worst enemy … but when the creative juices are flowing, we all instinctively know that we have to go with the flow no matter what time of day it is.  184 more words

Life

No Community Cafe in Welland Park but we have a vision that could be used elsewhere....

A group of Harborough residents came together a few weeks ago to look at whether we could take over the running of the cafe in Welland Park to retain it as a community facility with continued opportunities for the people with learning disabilities who were volunteering there.  1,659 more words