Winchester Roofing Services is a leading roofing company that covers all aspects of roofing including Roof Repairs, New Roofs, Flat Roofs, Chimney & Leadworks, Slating & Tiling, Chimney & Leadworks and Roof Maintenance.
The company also installs and maintains Guttering, Soffits and Fascias. It cleans and maintains roofs also to prolong the life of the roof thereby saving money for her clients.
Winchester Roofing Services is made up of skilled and experienced roofing experts that have successfully delivered numerous roofing projects over the years.
The company works in both the residential and commercial sectors. It also works on major housing developments, house extensions and renovation projects.
Winchester Roofing Services are affordable, and the team can work with various budgets.
Although based in Winchester, the company covers neighbouring areas including Eastleigh, Andover, Twyford, Sparsholt and other nearby towns.
Winchester is a cathedral city in the county of Hampshire in South East of England.
Winchester City is at the heart of the City of Winchester District which covers the western end of the South Downs National Park on the River Itchen.
Winchester is located 14 miles from Southampton, and 60 miles from London.
Winchester City has a population of 45,184 but the City of Winchester which includes Alresford and Bishop’s Waltham towns has a population of 116,595.
Winchester has a famous landmark – the Winchester Cathedral which is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. It has one of the longest naves and overall length of all Gothic cathedrals in Europe.
Winchester developed from the ancient Roman town of Venta Belgarum.
Major suburbs in Winchester include Abbots Barton, Badger Farm, Bar End, Fulfood, Harestock, Highcliffe, Hyde, Oliver’s Battery, Stanmore, St. Cross, Teg Down, Weeke and Winnall.
The city of Winchester is made up of 7 wards
Other landmarks in Winchester include Wolvesey Castle and Palace, Winchester Castle, the Hospital of St Cross, and the City Museum.
Winchester City has many good Primary, Secondary, Independent and Special Schools.
There are a variety of Church of England Primary Schools and four state comprehensive schools including Henry Beaufort School, Kings’ School Winchester, Osborne School, and the Westgate School.
Independent Schools include the Pilgrims School Winchester, Prince Mead’s School and Twyford School which is one of the oldest preparatory schools in the UK. The major independent schools are Winchester College (for boys) and St Swithun’s (a college for girls).
Winchester College is the oldest public school in the United Kingdom, and it is still on the same site using the same buildings.
It is also the home of the University of Winchester, a top 10 ranked University in the United Kingdom according to the Sunday Times based on the quality of teaching.
Winchester City has good transport links. The city is located next to the M3 Motorway and is at the meeting point of A34, A31, A3090 and A272 roads. It is also south of A303 and A30 Motorways.
The city is served by the Winchester Railway Station with trains operated by South Western Railway connecting to London Waterloo, Portsmouth, Weymouth, Southampton, and Bournemouth.
There are also local bus services operated by Stagecoach South that cover the city and link to nearby towns like Andover, Basingstoke, Alton, Petersfield, Romsey, and Fareham.
Bluestar also provides services to Eastleigh and Southampton.
Winchester City is an active sports community. The men’s football team Winchester City F.C currently play in the Southern League while Winchester Castle FC play in the Hampshire League.
The ladies football team Winchester City Flyers is also part of the women leagues.
Winchester RFC is the rugby team and Winchester, and District is the athletics club.
There is also the Hockey team called Winchester Hockey Club and the city has a field hockey club.
There are also 18-hole golf courses in the city. The major golf clubs include Royal Winchester Golf Club, Hockley Golf Club and South Winchester Golf Club.
Winchester city is also home to one of UK’s largest farmer’s markets with about 100 stalls. The market holds on the second and last Sunday of the month.
The city is also the home of the Blue Apple Theatre which supports performers with learning disabilities to develop theatre, dance, and film productions.
The Sunday Times named Winchester as the best place to live in Britain.