Aerial Force in Nottingham
Aerial Force’s service extends to the Nottingham area, a part of the world which is renowned for both its modern-day amenities, and its folklore. For homes across the Nottingham area, Aerial Force are proud to provide a tv aerial repairs and installation service, in addition to satellite servicing, repairs and installation. As with all of the places that we cover, Aerial Force attend your premises as soon as we possibly can (often same day) and are happy to provide a free estimate for all new installations. Use Aerial Force: a nationally established company that you can trust!
Despite the fact that we are nationally established, we have local engineers who know the area. Nottingham is a place that we are proud to work within, due to its rich history and city culture. Nottingham is the largest city in the East Midlands – an area that also includes cities such as Derby and Leicester. Nottingham is also the second largest city in the whole of the Midlands; Aerial Force are happy to provide coverage for the whole of this huge city.
A history of Nottingham cannot be told without mention of the legend of Robin Hood! Nottingham Castle, which was built in 1068 was – in the twelfth century – occupied by supporters of Prince John, including the Sheriff of Nottingham. When Richard the Lionheart returned from the Crusades, the castle was besieged by him. According to the story, the final showdown between Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham took place at Nottingham Castle!
In the 15th century, Nottingham expanded due to becoming a thriving export trade (for religious sculptures). It gained a level of independence when it was named as a ‘county corporate’ back in 1449, and due to its successful trading, was able to support itself. Since that time, Nottingham benefitted (in a similar way to many of our British big cities today) from the Industrial Revolution, and lace was produced within the textile industry that Nottingham became famous for. Towards the start of the 20th Century, Nottingham employed around 40,000 people in the lace industry however many of those buildings have now been put to use elsewhere.
The second world war was responsible for Nottingham’s decline in textiles, a war that hit the city heavily. In 1941, Nottingham was hit particularly hard as the ‘Nottingham Blitz’ which reported over 100 bombers attacking the city in the middle of the night.
Since the second world war, Nottingham has developed into newer areas, but has at times been at the centre of various protests and riots. During 1958, the neighbourhood of St Ann’s saw race riots that were instigated by interracial romances, and these riots have been reported as the riots behind the Notting Hill violence occurring in Notting Hill, London.
The second half of the 20th century saw areas of Nottingham overhaul both public and private housing, and the city changed its look dramatically. Nottingham’s culture – particularly its literature – has been recognised by UNESCO who gave it the title, ‘city of literature’ commemorating famous authors and poets such as DH Lawrence, Alan Sillitoe and Lord Byron.
Services We Offer
No job is too big or too small for our aerial installers, who all have over 5 years of experience within the trade. Ordering an aerial installation from Aerial Force ensures a high standard of installation.
Our team of dish and aerial repairers pride themselves on responding to your needs in a prompt, efficient manner. All of our staff are police checked, helping you feel secure when ordering an engineer to attend your home.
Contemporary Attractions in Nottingham
Aerial Force enjoy working in large cities such as Nottingham, which entertain residents and visitors both from the comfort of homes, as well as in the thriving streets. Nottingham hosts the ‘Nottinghamshire county cricket’ team, who play their matches at Trent Bridge. This venue attracts spectators from all around the world, as the England cricket team regularly play matches at the ground, when they are involved in a test match.
Nottingham is also home to the world’s oldest professional league football club, in ‘Notts County’ who currently play their home games in ‘League One’ of English football. The other, more successful team who play in Nottingham are ‘Nottingham Forest’ who won the ‘European UEFA cup’ when managed by Brian Clough, and now play their games in the ‘Championship’ – one league higher than their city rivals.
When spectators are unable to attend ‘The City Ground’ (home of Nottingham Forest) or ‘Meadow Lane’ they are often able to follow the teams on television. Aerial Force provide installation and repairs to aerial services, should supporters require installation of satellite television that helps them to follow their team. Trent Bridge is often also regularly featured on the television, as well as the Ice Hockey venue the ‘National Ice Centre and Motorpoint Arena’ which hosts the ‘Nottingham Panthers’ Ice Hockey team.
Aside from sport, visitors to Nottingham enjoy the selection of bars, clubs and casinos that can be found within the city. For people exploring the outdoors, they can enjoy ‘Wollaton Hall and Park’ as well as parks such as ‘Rushcliffe Country Park’ and, of course, ‘Sherwood Forest Country Park.’ The ‘city of caves’ provides other entertainment, and visitors can travel around Nottingham on the electric trams that have been used since 1901.
Entertainment assisted by Aerial Force
For residents and visitors remaining indoors, Aerial Force can help you achieve home entertainment through the installation and repairing of aerials and satellites. Contact us today, to see what we can offer you.