Locksmith Hedgerley, Slough SL2

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Address: Hedgerley, Slough SL2 3RP

Working in the vicinity of RSPB Church Wood

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 Hedgerley 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.
Hedgerley, located in South Bucks district of Buckinghamshire, is a village and civil parish. It is situated about 3 miles southeast of Beaconsfield and 2.5 miles southwest of Gerrards Cross. The parish encompasses the formerly separate parish of Hedgerley Dean since 1934, which was once a hamlet in the parish of Farnham Royal. The name “Hedgerley” is derived from the Old English meaning “Hycga’s woodland clearing” and was recorded as Huggeleg in manorial rolls in 1195. The village is a linear arrangement of red-brick and timber-framed cottages, including the historic Victoria Cottages dating back to the 16th century. The village is bordered to the north by the M40 motorway. The Church of England parish church, Saint Mary the Virgin, was built in 1852, designed by Gothic Revival architect Benjamin Ferrey. The Tudor Revival Rectory was constructed in 1846, and the old Quaker House, located on the northern edge of the village, dates back to 1487.