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Have you seen The Sash Window Workshop’s article in this month’s Period Living magazine?

The Sash Window Workshop is proud to have raised £1,500 for Crisis, a charity which aims to help end homelessness.

The Sash Window Workshop this Christmas is supporting Macmillan Cancer Support.

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s that time of year when we start to look back on the success of the last 12 months.

With the year coming to an end, we look back on 7 of our most popular advice articles in 2019.

Although double glazing existed earlier, UK households didn’t start to install double glazed windows until the 1970s and 1980s.

Epping in Essex is home to several historical buildings. Archaeological finds have revealed that there was a human settlement in the town since at least 750 BC.

Are you looking to replace the timber windows and doors in your property?

Windows and doors can often be quite an expensive investment and can make a big difference to the value of your home. It is therefore important to research the company prior to deciding who to hire to replace your windows and doors.

The earliest signs of human life in Marlborough is a prehistoric tumulus in the grounds of Marlborough College, believed to date from about 2400 BC.

Across the UK there are several unique, bespoke timber windows in historic properties. In this article we examine 5 of these notable windows.

Leatherhead in Surrey was originally an Anglo-Saxon town which grew on the side of the River Mole. There is also evidence nearby of pre-historic and Celtic farming on the North Downs.

Queensway tube station opened on the 30th July 1900, when it was known as Queen’s Road, and is an unusual survivor of the buildings designed for the Central London Railway by Harry Bell Measures.

There is evidence of human habitation near Ashford since the Iron Age. Archaeological work has also revealed a Roman town that existed at Ashford.

Stained glass has been around for over a thousand years, but historically it was predominately used in religious buildings.

Alton in Hampshire is believed to date back to the Anglo-Saxon period. However, evidence has been found of a Roman posting station in nearby Neatham, located by the Roman road which connects Chichester and Silchester.

Sunningdale railway station is served by trains running between London Waterloo and Reading. If you are traveling to or from Sunningdale train station, or passing through the station by train, look out for our advert which will be at the Sunningdale station until the 20th October.

The first settlement in Dorking is believed to date from the Roman times, however the name Dorking is Saxon driving from ‘Dorchingas’.

For the first time, this year the Heritage Open Days will run for 10 consecutive days between the 13th and the 22nd September. 2019 celebrates 25 years of the Heritage Open Days, England’s contribution to the European Heritage Days.

Princes Risborough is a small town at the foot of the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire. The location of Princes Risborough probably played a large part in its existence, with the town providing a link between the River Thames and the Icknield Way, both of which were historically important routes.

There are several incorrect timber window myths that you may have heard over the years. But, as long as you choose a high-quality replacement timber window, they will be a good long-term investment. In this article we dispel some of the most common timber window myths.

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