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Fort Wildley Portsdown Hill Portsmouth North

Window Cleaners Widley

Hi Tech Cleaning Services, provide excellent window cleaning services to the Horndean area. Our window washing services are offered to both domestic and commercial properties.

Window Cleaners Widley

Based at Brampton Lane in Portsmouth, Hi Tech Cleaning Services provides exceptional cleaning standards to clients in and around Portsmouth. Established in 2010, we have cleaned thousands of windows, supported by local residents and companies big and small acheiving many happy returning customers. We have worked with some really awesome businesses working in many different sectors, including: engineering, building services, entertainment and automotive repairs. Whether you are looking for a new window cleaner or just a quote, we can help!

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About The Widley Area

Widley is an area of the Greater Portsmouth conurbation in the South East of England near Waterlooville and Purbrook. It is on the dip slope of the South Downs just north of the ridge called Portsdown Hill. Widley is served by the A3, trunk road which runs from Portsmouth to London.

The modern village of Widley was founded by the Saxons. A settlement at Purbrook grew up in the 18th century. Until the 19th century a great forest stretched across Southeast Hampshire. On the southern fringe of the forest was a stream called Purbrook.

Widley was widen leah, which meant wide clearing in a forest. The original settlement of Widley was about 1 mile west of the present place. A track led through the forest from Horndean to Portsmouth but it was only usable in summer. In winter coaches had to make a detour to Havant. This changed in 1711 when a much better road was built from London to Portsmouth which went from Horndean to Cosham along what is now London Road.

In 1715 Widley was granted an annual fair to be held in July. In those days fairs were like markets but they were held only once a year and they attracted buyers and sellers from far and wide. It is surprising that Widley was allowed a fair as it was only a small village. However the Widley fair ended in 1862. At the time of the first census in 1801 the population of Widely was 277. By 1851 it was 565. However in the late 19th century it grew rapidly.By 1901 it was 1,619.

In the late 19th century the village of Widley moved from its old location to a new spot by the main road from Portsmouth to Horndean. There was a church at Widley as early as the 12th century. The Church of St Mary Magdalene was rebuilt at Widley in 1849. However it was demolished in 1953. Christ Church Widley was built in 1874 by J Colson.

Christ Church Widley
The Boat House Widley
Fort William Equestrian Centre
Fort Widley

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