Locksmith Farnham Common, Slough SL2

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Address: Slough SL2 3LH

Working in the vicinity of Farnham Common Tennis Club

Professional, courteous service is at hand, we are here to help and special care is taken to ensure your door is not scratched or damaged once we leave. See below our services…

LS Locksmith Farnham Common Services with 11 years of experience operating in the Slough area provides safe and speedy locksmith services to the community.  All of our work is fully guaranteed and we aim to secure your home with minimum fuss. 

Our Vans carry a range of locks and spares to enable us to carry out any job at any time of the day or night and we accept calls 24/7.  Our guys are experienced and carefully vetted in order to support the reputation the name LS Locksmith represents. 

We will attend to any emergency including broken locks and keys as well as lockouts and post-burglary repairs.  

You can be ensured that all repair work will be carried out by professional locksmiths who would not damage your door and carry out the job as soon as possible to help you carry on with your daily activities.  We aim to arrive within the hour unless unforeseen circumstances accrue such as bad weather.
Farnham Common lies adjacent to Burnham Beeches, the renowned Beech forest that belongs to the City of London Corporation. The forest was presented to the people of London as a rural retreat for leisure and enjoyment. During the 1920s, it was customary for groups of Londoners to visit the area over the weekends, relishing donkey rides and indulging in tea at the tea rooms. A handful of imposing, aged properties still survive in the area, including Yew Place, Farnham Park House, and Caldicott’s residence. Yew Place, previously known as The Rectory, has sections that can be traced back to King John’s era. The original farmhouse was gifted to a coachman who worked for the Earl of Warwick. The Chase, now recognized as Farnham Park House, was the property of Mr Carr Gomme, a prominent member of the community who played a crucial role in organizing fundraisers for St John’s Church’s construction.