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Locksmith - Despatches

 

Injured veteran unlocks new career after support from Help for Heroes

 
 
 
Aveteran soldier, whose Army career was cut short when a debilitating back injury made it impossible for him to continue in the military, has set up his own business as a locksmith. Craig Donaghue, 33, a former Green Howards soldier from Middlesbrough, first injured his back in 2003 but carried on serving until the injury and pain made it impossible for him to do so. He underwent a spinal fusion in 2010, followed by three more operations and was then discharged from the Army in February, 2013. 
 
Now Craig, who saw action in Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Afghanistan, has retrained as a locksmith and recently set up his own business called Key Commander Locksmiths, covering Teesside and surrounding areas. And, only weeks after its launch, business is booming. Craig credits the support he received from the Help for Heroes Northern-run Recovery Centre, Phoenix House, for getting him to the stage where he was able to think about a new career: ‘Before I started coming to Phoenix House in Catterick, I was depressed and taking out my frustrations on the family.
 
Now I am doing so much more, getting out and about and I’m happier because my mood is better.’ 
 
He has completed a variety of courses at the Centre, including CV writing, computer skills and joined in with Life Skills classes such as cookery and woodwork, which all helped him to prepare for the future.
 
Craig recently had a pain relief implant fitted, which has greatly improved the discomfort he feels in his legs, and has enabled him to set up his own business. ‘I do all sorts,’ he says. ‘I get call-outs for gaining entry into domestic and commercial premises, car lock outs, key cutting, replacing locks, as well as boarding up properties.’
 
Craig is level 3 qualified. He used his resettlement pay from the Army to fund his locksmithing course. ‘It was all about trying to find a job I could do and also be self-employed. It’s very flexible and I can work it around my back pain. I love the work. I love the satisfaction when you pick a lock, and I just like helping people out of a difficult situation.
 
‘Help for Heroes has really supported me through my journey and I am really glad to be back working again. And I love coming to Phoenix House. There’s a great community spirit and I’ve made lots of new friends there. It’s about having a good laugh and recreating the camaraderie that I and all the other veterans miss so much after being discharged from the Services.’
 
Anyone who has served in the Army, Royal Navy, Royal Marines or Royal Air Force who needs the support of Help for Heroes Phoenix House Recovery Centre in Catterick can self-refer by calling 01748 834148.
 
 

A new career as a UPVC window and door repair specialist

 
 
 
More than 63% of all windows and doors in the UK are constructed from UPVC and, with this figure rising, it makes sense to train on the product of the future as a repair and renovation specialist. 
 
Locksmiths and maintenance tradespeople can expand their business by including a UPVC window and door repair service, potentially tripling projected income streams and making excellent profits. Huge savings can be made by the customer, thereby generating potential recommendations leading to follow-up sales.
 
The majority of the course is conducted on a ‘hands on’ basis, covering a range of differing window and door systems that have been in production over the past 25 years, and also including ‘tilt and turn’, invisible repair techniques and sliding patio doors.
 
We are the only approved SashmateTM trainer (working at height scaffold system) in the UK, ensuring the safety and well-being of both customers and workforce. 
 
The course is NCFE accredited to level 3, so is guaranteed to be of the highest standard. We have approved provider status through the ELCAS scheme and are a preferred supplier through the CTP for the MoD. This is the only UPVC course to offer a national recognised qualification.
 
So, don’t delay, call today to begin or enhance your career!
 
For full information on this course and the other courses we offer, contact us: visit www.safeandsecurelocksmithcourses.co.uk, email info@sas-locks-and-training.co.uk with your requirements, or call us on 01432 341257 and we will be happy to help.
 
See the advertisement on page 65
 
 

Why you should train to be a locksmith with A1 Safe & Secure

 
 
 
On average, 15 successful locksmith businesses start up every year through their training with A1 Safe & Secure Ltd and continue to trade successfully. We are proud of this track record. 
 
Unfortunately there are individuals who have attended short ‘so called’ locksmith courses with other training providers and have attempted to set up a business, however they have failed within the first six months due to their lack of knowledge of the profession. This is confirmed by feedback from our professional trading locksmiths who are receiving enquiries from these individuals requesting technical assistance. 
 
If you are seriously considering investing money in your future it is a fact that you cannot ‘fast track’ any profession. For some reason people believe that they can become a locksmith in three to five days – this is simply not realistic.
 
We are passionate about training and success for the individual, and we want you to succeed. We will do all we can to support you. With our company it’s not all about the money.
 
Locksmithing can be a lucrative profession. We aim to encourage you to become self-employed so all the money is yours and you are not working for someone else – the more you do, the more you earn. Military personnel are ideal for the locksmith profession due to their organisational skills, motivation, drive and determination – all needed to succeed in this profession.
 
Forget the rest, be trained by the best! Contact us for further information on our courses: A1 Safe & Secure Ltd, Unit 3 Ravenswood Court, Rotherwas Industrial Estate, Hereford HR2 6JX Tel: 01432 341257 or visit www.safeandsecurelocksmithcourses.co.uk.
 
See the advertisement on page 53
 
 

Train with A1 Safe & Secure and learn how to run your own successful locksmith business

 
 
 
Our three-week intensive locksmith training course will equip you with the knowledge required to establish and run your own successful locksmith business.
This course involves two weeks’ workshop training where you will learn the technical side of locksmithing; on completion of these two weeks you will accompany a trading locksmith at his business location and work alongside him for a week in the public domain, practising everything you’ve learned in the workshop and learning additional skills, on a hands-on basis.
 
There is no doubt about it: with your military background and organisational skills, you are a perfect person to become a business owner in your own right. Why work for someone else when you can do it yourself? We will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to achieve this aim. All our training is backed up by a free 24-hour helpline for life.
We care about you.
 
Some recent field training testimonials
 
‘The week is extremely valuable as it helps you see exactly how being a locksmith really is. It enables you to take the edge off any nerves you may have, and helps build your confidence.’
Larry Rushby (Royal Engineers)
 
‘The week of field training has been of massive benefit, cementing knowledge on “live jobs” from the skills taught in the first two weeks of the course in the workshop.’
Paul Bird (Royal Navy)
 
For further information, contact A1 Safe & Secure Ltd, Tel: 01432 341257­­­
 
 
 
See the advertisement on page 69
 
 

Locksmith training and recruitment for Armed Forces leavers

 
 
 
What you need to know
Every year, hundreds of men and women leave the Armed Forces and are faced with the challenge of reintegrating with civilian life and work. It can be a stressful time, but one that the government has tried to ease with the Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) and Individual Resettlement Training Costs (IRTC) schemes, which provide funding for retraining in a new career.
 
The funding can be used for a huge variety of educational and training opportunities (everything from fine art degrees to flight training), but one of the most common uses is to put it towards the cost of a locksmith training course.
 
So why are locksmith courses so popular with military leavers?
First of all, the industry itself is attractive for a whole number of reasons. Demand for locksmiths is high, and it’s largely recession-proof (people are always going to get locked out of their homes!), while the nature of the work offers a degree of flexibility when it comes to working hours.
 
Locksmithing is also a job that is particularly well suited to military leavers. The key characteristics required to be a successful locksmith include a confident manner, perseverance and the ability to carry out skilled manual work – all of which are traits common to those who have spent any length of time in the Armed Forces.
 
Working for Keytek™
Keytek™ is one of the largest national locksmiths in the UK, providing both domestic and commercial locksmith services for more than 15 years. Over the years the company has been able to build an extensive engineer network across the UK and Northern Ireland. Engineers wanting to join the engineer network will join on a subcontractual basis, meaning that working hours and time off are tailored to suit their needs. Keytek™ is able to provide all of its engineers with the help and support they need, from technical to paperwork, in the form of the Technical Department and Engineer Liaison Team.
 
So what kind of training is needed to become a locksmith?
Most people who are completely new to locksmithing start with a short, intensive course, which allows them hands-on practice and expert tuition on the essentials of the industry. While this course will not give a comprehensive knowledge of all there is to know about locksmithing (that only comes with years of experience and constant learning), it does give a firm foundation to start working in the industry, either as an independent operator or as a subcontractor for an established company.
 
Keytek™ Locksmith Training Academy
The Keytek™ Locksmith Training Academy offers a variety of locksmith training courses to help you on the way to starting your career as a professional locksmith, and is the only training provider able to offer level 4 accreditation – the highest-level accreditation within the industry.
 
All courses are taught in state-of-the-art facilities and tutored by highly experienced industry professionals. The locksmith training courses are tailored to meet specific industry requirements and to suit the needs of military leavers as newcomers to the industry.
 
If you have any questions regarding the courses provided by the Keytek™ Locksmith Training Academy or would like to be sent an information pack, please call the Academy Team on 01202 711 195. 
 
 

Choose your locksmith training with confidence

 
 
 
A1 Safe & Secure is the UK’s market leader in locksmith training, priding ourselves on providing quality training for Service personnel from all areas of the Armed Forces. Our chief instructor is ex-22 (SAS) Regt, a highly experienced military instructor who delivers the course according to the EDIP method.
 
After attending an A1 course as part of their resettlement, most of our trainees now own highly successful locksmith businesses. We aim to give you the confidence to set up your own locksmith business, allowing you to benefit from choosing your own hours, the freedom to try out new ideas and job satisfaction. You can reap the rewards of a profitable month and choose when to take your holidays. Most military personnel are highly motivated, giving them the drive and determination to be successful.
 
The course is level 3 accredited in line with MoD requirements. Workshop training facilities are fitted out with the best equipment, enabling you to be tutored in a relaxed and professional atmosphere.
 
On completion of the workshop training you will then receive our invaluable five days of field training, enabling you to put into practice what you have learned in the workshop. All of our field trainers are ex-Forces qualified successful locksmiths who started their careers training with us. We also offer a free 24-hour helpline for life, to support you in your work.
 
Further information
Contact A1 Safe & Secure Ltd, Tel: 01432 341257, email: info@sas-locks-and-training.co.uk website: safeandsecurelocksmithcourses.co.uk
 
See the advertisement on page 46
 
 

Train to renovate and repair UPVC window and door systems

 
 
 
A total of 63% of all windows and doors in the UK are UPVC. With this figure only set to rise, A1 Safe & Secure has designed a training course to fit and repair UPVC window and door systems.
 
Locksmiths, carpenters and those who carry out general maintenance can expand their businesses to include a UPVC window and door specialist repair service, potentially tripling their income stream and making good profits. Huge savings can be made for the customer when windows and doors are repaired rather than having to go for complete unit replacement.
 
Conducted on a ‘hands on’ basis, delivered at our workshop in Hereford, the course covers the majority of UPVC window and door locking systems, including those that are no longer in manufacture, as well as repair and replacement techniques.
 
We are the only approved SashmateTM trainer in the UK, ensuring the safety and well-being of your customers and workforce. With the extensive specialist tool-kit supplied you can start trading from day one.
 
The course is NCFE accredited, so is guaranteed to be of the highest standard. We have approved provider status through the ELCAS scheme and we are a preferred supplier through the CTP for the MoD. This is the only UPVC course to offer a nationally recognised qualification in UPVC repair and renovation.
 
For full information on the course content and other courses we offer, visit our website at www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk or email info@sas-locks-and-training.co.uk with your requirements.
 
See the advertisement on page 33
 
 

Train to renovate and repair UPVC window and door systems

 
 
 
A total of 63% of all windows and doors in the UK are UPVC. With this figure only set to rise, A1 Safe & Secure has designed a training course to fit and repair UPVC window and door systems.
 
Locksmiths, carpenters and those who carry out general maintenance can expand their businesses to include a UPVC window and door specialist repair service, potentially tripling their income stream and making good profits. Huge savings can be made for the customer when windows and doors are repaired rather than having to go for complete unit replacement.
 
Conducted on a ‘hands on’ basis, delivered at our workshop in Hereford, the course covers the majority of UPVC window and door locking systems, including those that are no longer in manufacture, as well as repair and replacement techniques.
 
We are the only approved SashmateTM trainer in the UK, ensuring the safety and well-being of your customers and workforce. With the extensive specialist tool-kit supplied you can start trading from day one.
The course is NCFE accredited, so is guaranteed to be of the highest standard. We have approved provider status through the ELCAS scheme and we are a preferred supplier through the CTP for the MoD. This is the only UPVC course to offer a nationally recognised qualification in UPVC repair and renovation.
 
For full information on the course content and other courses we offer, visit our website at www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk or email info@sas-locks-and-training.co.uk with your requirements.
 
See the advertisement on page 11
 
 

Statement for Safe and Secure Training

 
 
 
Leaving the Royal Navy after nearly nine years, I decided I wanted to remain in a similar environment with like-minded people, yet I wanted the challenge to be fresh. I had seen Safe and Secure Training advertised and gave them a call. They came across with the type of professionalism I was looking to train with and they did not disappoint. The instructors were very experienced, having served in the SAS and the Military Police.
 
The course employed a well-blended mix of theory, practical and medical. Unlike some courses, which can be dry and feel overloaded with information, this was very interesting and made me want to learn more. This was especially the case in the surveillance section, which encouraged me to want to take a further course to specialise in this. I also really enjoyed the tactical driving section; this practical aspect gave a sense of realism to the course.
 
Since completion, I have worked in security industry and hope to further my education, training and employment in this area.
Many thanks to Safe and Secure Training!
 
For more information visit www.safeandsecuretraining.co.uk or call 
01633 270982.
 
Iwan Evans, ex-Operator Mechanic Communications RN
 
See the advertisement on page 39
 
 

Does this locksmith training provider hold the key to your future?

 
 
 
Learning a trade like locksmithing offers the opportunity to combine the flexibility of running and developing your own business or working with an established industry leader such as Keytek™. Choosing the right training provider is the first major step in ensuring yourself a successful future, and one you must get right.

The Keytek™ Locksmith Training Academy offers you fully accredited locksmith training courses in purpose-built Academy facilities widely regarded as the best available within the industry. This ensures that every candidate undertaking a Keytek™ Academy training course is assured the highest standard of specialist locksmith training available, providing a proven gateway to success in the industry.

Keytek™ Locksmith Training Academy offers a range of specialist courses specifically designed for newcomers to the industry, which are fully accredited and ELCAS approved, ensuring that you are able to use your Enhanced Learning Credits effectively. We also introduce you to the best suppliers to the industry, providing you with the support and contacts you require for success.

Keytek™ has been established for many years, not only as the UK’s premier locksmith training provider, but the UK’s largest independent locksmith, providing 24-hour emergency locksmith services throughout the UK and Northern Ireland. On successfully completing a Keytek™ Locksmith Training Academy course, we know that you will have been trained to the highest standards and may be able to offer you work within our own national Engineer Network; this is something unique within the industry.

If your future lies within the locksmith industry, Keytek™ Locksmith Training Academy provides everything you will need for a successful start to your new career. Call now on 01202 711195 for more information or to book your place.
 
 
 

Auto locksmith training

 
 
 

Hickleys Automotive Academy auto locksmith training has a great pedigree, originating from the very first trainer in auto locksmithing, Mike Byham. Mike of MB Locks built up a reputation as an established auto locksmith and is renowned in the industry as the ‘trainer that trained the trainers’. This, together with our considerable knowledge and expertise in the auto locksmith trade, has allowed us to develop training programmes that still use the fundamentals of Mike’s teaching style and ethics. The quality and relevance of the training delivered by the Hickleys Automotive Academy is assured because we are one of only a few nationally accredited centres approved by the NCFE to deliver automotive training with nationally recognised qualifications to level 2 or 3. As a Preferred Supplier to the MoD we offer tailored courses to suit every individual’s requirements and, using our extensive knowledge of the resettlement process, can ensure that the Service leaver gets the maximum possible training benefit from their course with us.

The training facilities offer a state-of-the art learning experience. The dedicated training suite offers a modern and comfortable environment with an air-conditioned climate, computerised visual display equipment, modern workshop facilities and is fully equipped with the latest equipment in the market.

The Academy benefits from the market-leading position that Hickleys holds within the auto locksmith industry: as the UK’s leading independent specialists we are distributors for most of the leading brands including Advanced Diagnostics, Zedbull.

When deciding to train as an auto locksmith there is much more to consider than how quickly and cheaply it can be achieved. You need to ensure the training you receive is first-class, and from a qualified and approved training centre, that you get the best advice on the equipment to purchase, and that you receive long-term support while building your business. Enrolling in an auto locksmith course with us offers you much more than just a training course: Hickleys is renowned as the leader in the auto locksmith industry, and completion of its training courses gets you access to its team of product specialists, technical support package and the best market-leading products money can buy.

For further information please contact: Nicky Summers Tel: 01823 328604 Fax: 01823 328618 Email: nsummers@hickleys.com
Website; www.hickleys.com/pdf/training _academy.pdf

See the advertisement on page 55

 
 

Want to be a locksmith? Pick the right trainer

 
 
 

A1 Safe & Secure has been training locksmiths for over 30 years. Since gaining approved provider status with the MoD in support of the ELC scheme, we have seen many Service and ex-Service personnel pass through our doors.

They have come from a range of ranks throughout the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force. From Privates to Captains to Tornado Pilots … we have trained them all. Having an SAS background, our chief instructor, Bob Curry, uses the EDIP (explanation, demonstration, imitation, practice) approach to training, as we believe this is the most efficient and effective way to teach. This is confirmed not only in the feedback provided from trainees but also by their success after completing the course.

In view of the recent government announcement regarding the reduction in the number of personnel in the Armed Forces, locksmithing will be an excellent way of continuing a successful and lucrative career on completion of your Service with the crown.
Here is some of the feedback we have received from Service personnel who have completed locksmith training with us:
‘I don’t hesitate to recommend A1 Safe & Secure for training. The training centre is an ideal learning environment twinned with good instructional technique from Bob. Excellent value for money for MoD leaving the Forces.’ – WO2 Giblin RQMS QRH
‘Instruction was clear and concise, with the pace set according to student abilities. Every step was explained in detail, demonstrated by the instructor before sufficient practice time was allocated: day one and we were already picking locks.’ – Capt. Harries RE
For full testimonies, please visit our website: www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk. With the added bonus of a week on the ground and 24/7 back-up when trading, if you’re considering a career in locksmithing, A1 Safe & Secure is, without a doubt, the training provider for you.

For further information, visit www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk, or Tel: 01432 341257.

See the advertisement on page 25

 
 

Safe and Secure close protection training

 
 
 

Safe and secure is a company based in Newport, South Wales, which can offer close protection training by the very best. You are taught by ex-Special Forces with over 50 years’ military background between them, who have also had very successful careers as CPOs.

The new training facility in Beechwood House provides a state-of-the-art £4.2-million refurbished training facility, within 30 acres of grounds, and is the ideal location for professional training.

We were the first company in Wales to deliver close protection training with City & Guilds accreditation. Since starting close protection training in 2005, the company has evolved as a global brand, used by nationals all over the world.

The Close Protection course we offer runs over three weeks due to the Security Industry Authority’s (SIA’s) requirement for 140 hours of guided learning, and is considered to be one of the best-run courses in the UK.

One of our former students, Chris Pothecary (ex-Royal Navy), provided us with this feedback: ‘After serving for five years in the Royal Navy, I decided that a career change was needed and realised that close protection would offer me a satisfying, well-paid new career. After reading up on Safe and Secure, I was impressed by what they could offer. Knowing I was being taught by ex-Special Forces was a significant factor to encourage me to choose Safe and Secure as my training provider. After completing my training and obtaining my SIA licence, I have been employed in the security industry ever since.’

For more information, please visit www.safeandsecuretraining.co.uk, email info@safeandsecuretraining.co.uk or call 01633 270982

See the advertisement on page 28

 
 

Want to be a locksmith? Pick the right trainer …

 
 
 

A1 Safe & Secure has been training locksmiths for over 30 years. Since gaining approved provider status with the MoD in support of the ELC scheme, we have seen many Service and ex-Service personnel pass through our doors.

They have come from a range of ranks throughout the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force. From Privates to Captains to Tornado Pilots … we have trained them all. Having an SAS background, our chief instructor, Bob Curry, uses the EDIP (explanation, demonstration, imitation, practice) approach to training, as we believe this is the most efficient and effective way to teach. This is confirmed not only in the feedback provided from trainees but also by their success after completing the course.

In view of the recent government announcement regarding the reduction in the number of personnel in the Armed Forces, locksmithing will be an excellent way of continuing a successful and lucrative career on completion of your Service with the crown.

Here is some of the feedback we have received from Service personnel who have completed locksmith training with us:

‘I don’t hesitate to recommend A1 Safe & Secure for training. The training centre is an ideal learning environment twinned with good instructional technique from Bob. Excellent value for money for MoD leaving the Forces.’ – WO2 Giblin RQMS QRH
‘Instruction was clear and concise, with the pace set according to student abilities. Every step was explained in detail, demonstrated by the instructor before sufficient practice time was allocated: day one and we were already picking locks.’ – Capt. Harries RE

For full testimonies, please visit our website: www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk. With the added bonus of a week on the ground and 24/7 back-up when trading, if you’re considering a career in locksmithing, A1 Safe & Secure is, without a doubt, the training provider for you.

For further information, visit www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk, or Tel: 01432 341257.

See the advertisement on page 31.

 

 
 

Want to be a locksmith? Pick the right trainer …

 
 
 
A1 Safe & Secure has been training locksmiths for over 30 years. Since gaining approved provider status with the MoD in support of the ELC scheme, we have seen many Service and ex-Service personnel pass through our doors.
They have come from a range of ranks throughout the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force. From Privates to Captains to Tornado Pilots … we have trained them all. Having an SAS background, our chief instructor, Bob Curry, uses the EDIP (explanation, demonstration, imitation, practice) approach to training, as we believe this is the most efficient and effective way to teach. This is confirmed not only in the feedback provided from trainees but also by their success after completing the course.

In view of the recent government announcement regarding the reduction in the number of personnel in the Armed Forces, locksmithing will be an excellent way of continuing a successful and lucrative career on completion of your Service with the crown.

Here is some of the feedback we have received from Service personnel who have completed locksmith training with us:

‘I don’t hesitate to recommend A1 Safe & Secure for training. The training centre is an ideal learning environment twinned with good instructional technique from Bob. Excellent value for money for MoD leaving the Forces.’ – WO2 Giblin RQMS QRH

‘Instruction was clear and concise, with the pace set according to student abilities. Every step was explained in detail, demonstrated by the instructor before sufficient practice time was allocated: day one and we were already picking locks.’
– Capt. Harries RE

For full testimonies, please visit our website: www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk. With the added bonus of a week on the ground and 24/7 back-up when trading, if you’re considering a career in locksmithing, A1 Safe & Secure is, without a doubt, the training provider for you.

For further information, visit www.sas-locks-and-training.co.uk, or Tel: 01432 341257.
 
See the advertisement on page 29.
 
Published February 2011
 
 

Unlock a brighter future

 
 
 
Civilians can never fully understand or appreciate the experiences undertaken by our brave Servicemen and women. Nor can we understand the pain suffered by our wounded or the difficulties in their transition back into civilian life.
 
Having enjoyed working successfully with members of the Armed Forces for over ten years, Anvil Locksmiths felt that it would like to give something in return – so, as a way to show its gratitude to these heroes, it is currently training three
 
Service personnel per month, wounded in action, on one of its three-day Advanced Locksmith Courses. All Anvil training programmes lead to City & Guilds qualifications.

The courses include a comprehensive set of reference books and training notes, a C&G Certificate, accommodation in a hotel, transport to and from the training venue, a light lunch and a substantial lock opening kit.

Anvil Locksmiths is extremely proud to be an Approved Learning Provider for the MoD’s Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) scheme, and has since trained members of the Armed Forces as part of their resettlement programme. It offers a variety of courses run by: Gareth, key cutting training; Kevin, electrical training; Tom, auto training; and Peter, who delivers the locksmith training.

Peter comments, ‘Following a very moving visit to Headly Court Rehabilitation Centre, we were privileged to meet many young, fit and highly motivated soldiers who felt frustrated about being unable to do the job they had trained so hard for and leaving their friends behind on the frontline. We were so inspired by the total dedication of these patients we immediately made a donation to the charity. Following discussions among ourselves we felt that this alone was not enough and were honoured to be able to put together a training package to help in their rehabilitation.

‘We appreciate that, one day, every Serviceperson has to return to civilian life, and this is a great opportunity to undertake a completely different career. Our courses are for those wanting to be empowered and skilled to run their own business but with the security of a larger service provider offering round-the-clock help and advice.

To date we have enjoyed meeting and successfully training ten Servicemen, and feel humbled by the small way we have been able to offer them a new future, as well as making some amazing new friends.’
 
For further information, contact Anvil Locksmiths on Tel: 0191 209 4989, email: anvillocksmiths@aol.com or visit its website at: www.anvillocksmiths.com
 
Published April 2010

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