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Cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys

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Cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys

Thornton-Cleveleys is a conurbation consisting of the twin towns of Thornton and Cleveleys. The two towns formed a joint urban district from 1927 until 1974, before becoming part of Wyre. The two towns constitute part of the Blackpool Urban Area.

Looking for domestic cleaning services in Thornton-Cleveleys?  Look no further, you can’t do better than booking a cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys through firstmaid.co.uk.

Regular cleaning in Thornton-Cleveleys

If you need a regular cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys to look after your home then we can organise the very best professional cleaners for you.  You’ll find booking and paying for your cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys through firstmaid.co.uk really easy and convenient with fast and helpful support from our office if needed. Your friendly and hardworking cleaner will clean your home on a day and at a time which is convenient for you. Simply fill in the on-line enquiry form today and before you know it you’ll be able to book your regular cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys.

Move in/move out / End of Tenancy cleaning in Thornton-Cleveleys

If you’re moving out of rented property in Thornton-Cleveleys then why not book an end of tenancy cleaning service through www.firstmaid.co.uk.  The cleaners will arrive with all their own equipment so there’s no need to worry about buying expensive cleaning products and materials.  A professional end of tenancy clean can help you get your deposit back from your landlord or agent.  Additionally, we would also provide written confirmation that the property has been professionally cleaned.
Moving into a new home in Thornton-Cleveleys?  Why not let us help reduce the stress of moving? We will get your new Thornton-Cleveleys home thoroughly cleaned and freshened for you to move into. Whether you have just bought or you are renting, it feels great to know you’re moving into a clean home. To organise your experienced end of tenancy cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys just fill in our on-line enquiry and we’ll quickly get back to you with prices and availability.

Deep cleaning in Thornton-Cleveleys / Spring clean in Thornton-Cleveleys

Need deep cleaning in Thornton-Cleveleys for a special occasion? A deep clean can take care of all the cleaning jobs that only need doing from time to time. Everything you would expect from a high quality standard cleaning service would also be completed. Just leave it in the hands of your professional domestic cleaners in Thornton-Cleveleys and they will complete all the tough and detailed work of a deep clean for you.  Whether you have important visitors coming to stay, you’re getting a home ready to sell or rent out, or you just want the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home has had a real spring clean, we’re confident you’ll get the results you want.
We understand you may have special requirements. Therefore, your cleaners will be happy to provide a service tailored to meet your personal needs.
Go on – treat yourself.

Prices

You will find all prices on the firstmaid.co.uk website. Our transparent pricing policy means you’ll know exactly what the cleaning costs.  We know that every home is different but our cleaning specifications also show what you can expect when booking domestic cleaning in Thornton-Cleveleys. Cleaning prices for Thornton-Cleveleys are fully inclusive with no hidden extras.
Additionally, professional carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning services can also be arranged with us. We believe booking through firstmaid.co.uk will provide you with the best quality domestic cleaning service at a sensible and affordable price.
Looking for a good and reliable cleaner in Thornton-Cleveleys? Just fill in our online-form and we’ll send you all the information you need.
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We have you covered! All areas of Blackpool and main towns within Fylde Coast can be served. This include Lytham, St Annes, Poulton-le-Fylde, Thornton-Cleveleys, Bispham and Fleetwood. We can currently cover all the following postcodes: FY1, FY2, FY3, FY4, FY5, FY6, FY7 and FY8

Area guide

Thornton Cleveleys is an unparished area (and former urban district), currently in the English local government district of Wyre, Lancashire. It covers the towns of Thornton and Cleveleys. It forms part of the Blackpool Urban Area. The civil parish of Thornton became an urban district in 1900, and was renamed Thornton Cleveleys in 1927. On 1 April 1974, the urban district became part of the Borough of Wyre. Thornton-Cleveleys corresponds with six wards of the borough. According to the 2001 census Thornton Cleveleys has a population of 31,157. The population of the individual borough council wards was recorded as follows. Thornton-Cleveleys is home to Thornton-Cleveleys RUFC who play rugby in the University of Salford Leagues Division 3 North. Thornton Cleveleys FC and Norcross & Warbreck FC play football in The West Lancashire Football League. Both side’s home pitches are based in Thornton. Fylde Flyers Ice Hockey Team are based in the SubZero Leisure Ice Rink (opened in 2011), Jubilee Park, Thornton Cleveleys, and play in the EIHA North Division 2.
Marsh Mill, a large, well-preserved windmill built in 1794, is a prominent landmark. Bold Hesketh, uncle of Peter Hesketh (later Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood), who would go on to play a prominent role in the expansion of Fleetwood commissioned the windmill. Tragedy struck in May 1930. Miss Alice Baldwin and a Mrs Mary Jane Bailey visited the windmill with an interest in purchasing it. Sadly, when both women stepped onto the fantail platform, the platform collapsed and the women fell to their deaths.
Thornton contains a number of schools. This includes Baines Endowed Primary School, Thornton Primary School and Stanah Primary School. Moreover, there are also Royles Brook Primary School and Millfield Science and Performing Arts College. The public library, situated at Four Lane Ends, was closed down in the autumn of 2016. This was a result of cost-cutting measures by Lancashire County Council. This decisions was hugely unpopular. However, they have not overturned this decision, despite protests and a petition. Finally, council reversed this decision and reopened the library in February 2018.

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