Nailsea Computer repairs

Based in Backwell I am ideally situated to service Nailsea and the surrounding area. I am able to offer a same day service or a date and time that is suitable for you. I can conduct the repair either in your place of residence or work, or if you would prefer I can arrange to pick up the computer, repair it, then return it back to you at a time that is convenient to you at no extra cost.

I offer fixed prices that are agreed with you before any work is commenced, I will keep you in the loop throughout the diagnostic and repair of your machine.

Unlike other companies I don’t do work that is unnecessary just to get more money from you, I pride myself in my work and hope that each of my customers are happy with the service they receive, we have a lot of repeat custom which speaks volumes of the service they receive.

We find that once the work starts people have other questions they would like to ask, I pride myself in being friendly and approachable, SO ASK AWAY!!

 

07843 762326 – Chris

 

About Nailsea

 

Nailsea is a town in the unitary authority of North Somerset in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England, approximately 8 miles (13 km) southwest of Bristol[2] and about 11 miles (18 km) northeast of the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare. The nearest village is Backwell, which lies south of Nailsea on the opposite side of the Bristol to Exeter railway line. Nailsea is a commuter town with a population of 15,630.[1]

The town was an industrial centre based on coal mining and glass manufacture, which have now been replaced by service industries. The surrounding North Somerset Levels has wildlife habitats including theTickenham, Nailsea and Kenn Moors biological Site of Special Scientific Interest and Bucklands Pool/Backwell Lake Local Nature Reserve. Nailsea is close to the M5 motorway and Bristol Airport, and its railway station,Nailsea and Backwell, has services operated by First Great Western.

Secondary education is provided by Nailsea School (rebuilt as an Academy in 2009), and primary education by St Francis School, Grove School, Kingshill School and Golden Valley. Churches include the 14th-centuryHoly Trinity Church and Christ Church, which was built in 1843.

Nailsea was part of Long Ashton Rural District from 1894 to 1974.It is now within the North Somerset unitary authority, which covers part of the ceremonial county of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative headquarters is in the town hall in Weston-super-Mare.

Two electoral wards exist in Nailsea. Nailsea is also part of the South West England constituency of the European Parliament, which elects six MEPs using the d’Hondt method of party-list proportional representation.

The Land Yeo river flows to the east of the town. The North Somerset Levels to the west have been drained and farmed by generations of farmers. Tickenham, Nailsea and Kenn Moors SSSI is a 129.4 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest.

The Bucklands Pool/Backwell Lake Local Nature Reserve, southeast of the town centre and close to the Nailsea and Backwell railway station, was constructed as a balancing pond in the mid-1970s, and has since become home to various wildfowl and dragonflies and a foraging area for bats. Bird species seen on the reserve include gadwall, shoveller, pochard, tufted duck, grey heron and mute swans.

Nearby towns and villages include Backwell, Wraxall, Portishead, Clevedon, and Tickenham. Nailsea is 8 miles (13 km) from the centre of Bristol, and close to the tourist centres of Weston super Mare and Bath. It is 8.5 miles (14 km) by road from the port and service area at Avonmouth.

 

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