Aerial Force in Wimborne
Aerial Force’s coverage extends to Wimborne, in the East of Dorset – where we work with residents in the local community to ensure they are happy with their home entertainment systems. We are a local firm, with a national reputation, providing a service to the highest quality. As with all of the areas we serve, we offer free estimates for all installations, and pride ourselves on our ability to attend property on the same day as we are contacted.
Our engineers love to in Wimborne – a market town with a population of over 15,500 people. Lying 5 miles north of the tourist resort of Poole, and Wimborne is based at the confluence of the Rivers Stour and Allen. It is part of the area known as the South-East Dorset conurbation, and buildings in Wimborne foreground a stunning range of historic architecture, having collections of 15th, 16th and 17th century buildings.
Such is the importance of Wimborne’s history and culture, that the local planning committees actually restricted the construction of new buildings in parts of Wimborne, including ‘High Street’ and ‘the Cornmarket.’ Almost all of the buildings located in those two specific areas are preserved originals.
Wimborne’s history and culture attract people from all over the world, each year. Due to the beauty of the East Dorset region, Wimborne is often a popular place for day trips – but it has its own characteristics that attract people to the area. For example, the civil war re-enactment society perform in Wimborne every year and – at weekends and bank holidays – the town crier can also be heard.
One of the reasons that Wimborne is famous, is due to its market. On a Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Wimborne’s large market is attended by locals and visitors alike. On a Friday, the market has a standard market, a covered flea market and a car boot from approximately 6:00 am to 2:00 pm. During Saturdays, the market boasts the biggest car boot and flea market in the South of England (running from 7:30am to 2pm), and on a Sunday, Wimborne has a market as well as a covered flea market and car boot from 8:00am to 2:00pm. A range of different products can be found at Wimborne market, including local produce and snacks. A new antiques centre has also been opened to attract visitors.
In addition to the market, Wimborne also has a historic Saxon church known as ‘Wimborne Minster Church.’ Visitors can participate in a religious service, or simply visit to admire the beauty of the Church’s Norman and Gothic architecture. Attending Wimborne can sometimes feel like stepping back in time, and the way in which it has been preserved makes Wimborne one of the most beautiful locations in England to live and to visit.
Services We Offer
We install and offer advice on Satellite and Freesat services – helping residents of Wimborne stay up to date with the latest events and television programmes from around the world.
Our aerial installation service cannot be beaten! We attend property on the same day of callout, and love a challenge! No job is too big or too small for our team of engineers, and we will install your aerial in the place that provides you with the best service.
Constantly subjected to the elements, there will be times when your aerial and / or dish will be in need of repair. Contact us, and we will do our best to get to you immediately – helping you to stay up to date with your favourite shows.
When you have bought a new TV, nothing is more frustrating than not being able to locate it where you want it to go. Contact Aerial Force, and we will install the brackets quickly and easily.
More about Wimborne
It is natural that residents will spend time both visiting attractions, the church and markets as well as spending time within the home. When indoors, Aerial Force are happy to install aerials, satellites, as well as repairing and maintaining the equipment when required. Service is of paramount importance to Aerial Force, and everything we do revolves around the need of the customer. This is why we are proud to offer a same day service; we attend property on the day of contact.
Other outdoor attractions that Wimborne offers, can be found centrally in the town. Wimborne has a town hall, a priest’s house museum and plenty of 16th, 17th and 18th century (fronted) shops and pubs that immerse visitors in the town’s contemporary culture as well as merging it with architecture of the past. Shopping, eating and drinking in Wimborne gives shoppers a unique experience, as they enjoy days out wrapped in Wimborne’s unique character.
For evening entertainment, the ‘Tivoli theatre’ – built in the 1930s is a popular spot, offering art deco cinema and theatre performances. For people who aren’t interested in the visual arts, there are enough pubs and restaurants to keep people happy – or perhaps they will be more suited to attending the Wimborne Minster Folk festival!
During the day, the Wimborne model town shows a depiction of life in Wimborne during the 1950’s – once more helping visitors and residents to connect with the town’s past. For people who enjoy watching sport, the town has a football team (Wimborne Town FC) who play their games at Cowgrove Road, in the ‘Evo-stick’ southern league. Wimborne also has a rugby football team, known as ‘Wimborne RFC.’
Other attractions that Wimborne have for visitors, include the ‘Badbury Rings’ – which provide pleasant walks for people attending. ‘Kingston Lacy’ is a large house that is also worth a visit. In terms of travelling to Wimborne, many visitors either drive or catch a train as the Wimborne Railway station is also within easy reach of the town and many of its attractions.
Aerial Force provide residents of Wimborne with a first-class service, attending property on the same day, and giving free estimations on all new installations.