Aerial Force in Wellinborough
Aerial forces connection with England’s wide range of towns continues with Wellingborough, a market town and borough based in the county of Northamptonshire. Located around 11 miles from Northampton, Aerial Force engineers enjoy making the journey to Wellingborough and our range of services which include free estimates with all new installations, and same day services on all our products (we attend on the day that we are called) is available for the residents of Wellingborough to take up.
We are particularly about serving the Wellingborough locality, because of the rumours we have heard about the town growing within the next 30 years (it has been suggested that the population could extend by up to 30%). Working with old, but loyal Wellingborough residents – in addition to the new residents that will be attracted to the area, will help Aerial Force to serve as much of the British population that we can.
New residents may be attracted by Wellingborough’s location and its rich history. Located on the North side of the River Nene, Wellingborough provides an ideal location for residents who enjoy walking outdoors. It features some splendid sites and is often seen populated by swans and other forms of wildlife.
Wellingborough’s history dates back as far as the Anglo-Saxon times, when it was known as ‘Wendelingburgh. By the time the Domesday book was released in 1086, its name had become ‘Wendelburie.’ The town was surrounded by 5 walls, and in its medieval days, had a monastic grange.
During the 12th century, ‘All Hallows Church’ was built in Wellingborough so that the locals had a place to worship. After that time, little is known about the area, until the civil war years when the ‘Battle of Naseby’ took place in the town – in 1645. The civil war, of course, bought destruction to many parts of Britain.
After the civil war, there is not much historical information about the events that took place in Wellingborough, other than the introduction of the railway station in 1845 (known as Wellingborough London Road). This station linked residents from Northampton to Peterborough – however this station has now closed down (as of 1966).
One of the reasons for this closure is likely to be because a second station opened in 1857 (the Wellingborough Midland Road station), and this linked the town to Corby, Kettering and London St Pancras. Nowadays (the station is still in operation and known simply as ‘Wellingborough Station’), the train connects people from London to other areas within the East Midlands.
Services We Offer
We install a range of Satellite and Freesat services: from Sky and Freeview to other more unconventional products such as European satellites. Our engineers are experienced in these types of products, so why not take advantage of the knowledge they have accumulated?
We are happy to install any type of aerial, in any location! Our same day service ensures that you are connected almost immediately, and we offer a free estimate on all new installations. Contact us today to find out more – no job is too big or too small.
Aerials and dishes are subjected to the elements, and this causes them to become damaged regularly. If you need your equipment repairing, contact us today and we will get you back in touch with your favourite channels almost immediately.
Struggling to install that new flat-screen? Contact us and we will do it for you! With a minimum of 5-years experience in the trade, our engineers can turn their hand to almost anything. Let us do the hard work, so you don’t have to.
More about Wellingborough
Little is then known about Wellingborough, until its involvement in protecting Britain during the second world war. Due to its location (which is not too far away from bigger cities such as London and Northampton), and the fact that it is accessible by train, many children were evacuated from cities to Wellingborough – to give them protection against the big bombing disasters that arrived.
For visitors to Wellingborough, there are a number of attractions to keep them occupied. When they are indoors, they also require entertainment which is where Aerial Force come in. We supply homes and other buildings with aerials and satellites to help keep them up to date with the latest programmes and news from around the world. Of course, no one can be outdoors 24/7, so it is important that when people are indoors, they still have access to the same levels of home entertainment as other cities and towns around the UK. Furthermore, we also ensure that – when they are out enjoying Wellingborough’s attractions – people feel safe. We supply and install a high-tech CCTV systems that enables them to feel secure.
When outdoors, Wellingborough has a number of areas within its vicinity that give people a dose of its past and culture. ‘Croyland Park’ and ‘Croyland Abbey’ provide a nice walk on a nice day, and allow visitors to explore an Abbey whilst enjoying the great outdoors! The ‘Hardwick Soft Fruit Farm’ is another fun day out for the whole family, and the Wellingborough museum helps visitors to learn more about the city whilst they are out and about.
Wellingborough has all the standard features of a thriving town, including a Public library to help educate and entertain its citizens. For residents and visitors who are after some culture or exciting night-life, ‘The Castle Theatre’ hosts a number of quality productions on a regular basis. The ‘Santa Pod Raceway’ provides a rather unique experience for people to go and watch drag racing.
Elsewhere, ‘Nene Court Shopping’ helps you to enjoy some retail therapy, and catch up on some of the latest home entertainment bargains. If you are dreaming of having the best flat-screen tele at the best possible location, but are worrying about how you will install it in your home – Aerial Force can help you. Contact us for further details.