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Bournemouth’s history dates back to the late Georgian period. Before the 1800s, most of the town was remote and barren heathland with the only regular visitors in the 16th century being fishermen, turf cutters and gangs of smugglers.

With the recent protests and discussions on how we need to be more environmentally friendly, you may be looking to reduce your own impact on the environment.

Beckenham (BR3) is in the London Borough of Bromley. Evidence has been found showing that people have occupied the area since the Stone Age.

Have you seen The Sash Window Workshop’s article in the April issue of iBuild magazine about the benefits of installing a bi-fold door in your period property?

Thame (OX9) is a market town in Oxfordshire. The first record of the town dates from the Anglo-Saxon era, when it was part of the kingdom of Wessex.

In 2019 The Sash Window Workshop celebrates 25 years in business on the back of record sales figures for 2018 which have carried through to the first quarter of 2019.

Every year Visit Heritage reveals some of the best heritage properties in the UK with their UK Heritage Awards.

Have you spotted our tube adverts at Warwick Avenue, Belsize Park and Putney Bridge stations? The adverts, which highlight some of our recent work in the nearby areas, are appearing at the stations between now and the start of May.

Farnham’s history is believed to date back to the Stone Age, with the first known settlement dating back to the Mesolithic period.

The Sash Window Workshop are proud to be able to offer a quick turnaround on quotations after a site visit.

Rickmansworth is believed to date back to the Stone age when King Offa of Mercia, who ruled between 757 and 796, granted the Manor of Rickmansworth to The Abbey of St Albans.

Have you obtained a copy of our new brochure yet? The new brochure celebrates 25 years of The Sash Window Workshop, highlighting how much the company has grown since it was originally founded in 1994.

Did you hear us on BBC Radio Berkshire yesterday morning? BBC Radio Berkshire presenter, Bridgitte, visited us to celebrate our 25th anniversary.

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to be celebrating 25 years of business.

On the evening of the 29th January, The Sash Window Workshop hosted an event for some of their long serving employees and professional clients to attend a tour and dinner at Westminster Abbey.

Maldon in Essex is a historic maritime and market town situated on the river Chelmer. The town dates back to the Saxon period and was first recorded in 913, when it was known as Maeldun.

At The Sash Window Workshop we have been manufacturing and installing bespoke timber windows and doors for period properties since 1994.

The name Hungerford is believed to have derived from a Saxon name meaning "Hanging Wood Ford". The first written evidence of Hungerford was in 1108. However, stone age tools and remains of a bronze age building have since been discovered in the local area.

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to have donated £1,500 for Crisis, our Christmas charity for 2018.

At the beginning of the 19th Century Christmas was celebrated very differently with many businesses not considering it as a holiday. However, over a very short time period Christmas developed into something similar to what we would recognise today.

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