Dependable, Friendly & Cost Effective Local Locksmith in Sudbury
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 Ardleigh 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 SUDBURY LOCKSMITH 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 SUDBURY
GREAT BENTLEY ESSEX
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SUDBURY
Sudbury is a small market town in the English county of Suffolk. It is located on the River Stour near the Essex border, and is 60 miles (97 km) north-east of London. At the 2011 census, the parish has a population of 13,063, rising to 21,971 including the adjoining parish of Great Cornard. It is the largest town of Babergh district council, the local government district, and is represented in the UK Parliament as part of the South Suffolk constituency.
Sudbury’s history dates back into the age of the Saxons. The town’s earliest mention is in 799 AD, when Aelfhun, Bishop of Dunwich, died in the town. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle records the town as Suthberie (“south-borough”), presumed to distinguish it from Norwich or Bury St Edmunds, to the north, and ca. 995 is recorded as Suthbyrig. The town is also mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, as a market town where the local people came to barter their goods. The market was established in 1009. During this period the town was surrounded by a defensive ditch and a diverted section of the River Stour.
The Church of All Saints was established in the 12th century before being bought by Adam the Monk, who then passed the church and its lands to the Abbey of St Albans. St Bartholemew’s Priory and the Chapel of Holy Sepulchre were also established in the 12th century.