Dependable, Friendly & Cost Effective Local Locksmith
GPM Colchester Locksmith Service has been providing a first-class service in and around the Colchester area since 1996 and are now excited to say that we cover Great Horkesley area’s too. We pride ourselves on being reliable, fast and value for money.
All of our locksmiths are fully trained and have been approved by the regulatory governing bodies. This ensures that all the work is guaranteed to the highest standard. Furthermore, all lock fittings and repairs comply to BS3621. GPM Locksmiths is part of GPM Maintenance ltd.
If you are in need of a locksmith, you either need help in a hurry or you need assistance with a very important task. This means that you need to find a reliable, effective and available locksmith who can resolve your issue in a calm, quick and suitable manner.
If you need more information about our entry procedures please call us on 01206 869209 and we can discuss your concerns or any questions that you might have.
WHY USE OUR HADLEIGH SERVICES?
If you lose your keys or need replacement locks fitted, it is understandable that you will feel stressed or pressurised. However, this is a situation that we deal with every day, so allow us to resolve the matter in an effective manner. Here’s what you get when you use our services:
Dependable, Friendly Locksmiths
Cost Effective, first class services
Fast and Reliable
24/7 hour services with no call out charges
If you need more information about our procedures please call us on 01206 869209 and we can discuss your concerns or any questions that you might have
OTHER AREAS WE COVER NEAR HADLEIGH
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT GREAT HORKESLEY
Great Horkesley is a village approximately 3 miles north of Colchester in the county of Essex, UK, and is part of the borough of Colchester. Horkesley is located in what is known as “Horkesley Heath”, which is a combination of two villages: Great Horkesley and, to the north, Little Horkesley which is an entirely different Parish. Horkesley is a modern name for the original Saxon name of “Horkaslay” which means “farm land for herds” (mainly sheep) though now it has many fields growing a variety of crops from corn to hemp. A few years ago an archaeological dig was made in woods on Coach Road, where a Bronze Age bronze smelting pit was found. Much Of Great Horkesley was a marsh, with very boggy ground, until it was drained by farmers. This is the reason why the main road is called “The Causeway” as it was a firm, and safe route of passage.
Great Horkesley Sport
Great Horkesley Cricket Club was reformed in 1975 and played its home matches at The Chantry at the northern end of the village. Its origins can be traced back to at least 1861 when they were bowled out for 6 in the first innings against Layer Breton CC – home games then were played at Horkesley Park. Due to uncertainty over development plans for the area, the club has temporarily moved its games to Mile End Playing Fields just a short distance from the village.