Our skills and service levels are recognised by the The Guild of Master Craftsmen which ensure that the work we carry out is to the high professional standards of required by the Guild.
For over 30 years...
The Guild of Master Craftsmen has represented many different trades and professions, promoting and supporting excellence. To the trade and public alike, the Guild's emblem and Coat of Arms represent skill, integrity, quality and service - in all professionalism.
We have now Approved by The Water Jetting Association
High and Ultra High Pressure Water Jetting is highly dangerous and can produce horrific injuries. The Water Jetting Association has produced a Code of Practice widely accepted as the industry standard. The Safety Awareness Course is theory based and explores various jetting operations with the focus based on SAFETY.
>We have been supporting the kids of little lever sports club. Below is a little bit about how the club started.
The Club was founded in 1930 as "Old Farnworthians AFC", an offshoot of the Old Farnworthians Association, the ex-pupils organization of Farnworth Grammar School now sadly no longer in existence.
The Lancashire Amateur League were, at the time, attempting to form a new Northern Section and recruited a number of teams from old boys associations in the Bolton area. The club soon found success and won the Championship of the newly formed Northern Section in Season 1933-34.
For the first 24 years of its existence, Old Farnworthians AFC was a "closed" club with membership only available to ex-pupils of the school. It is not clear whether the club was having difficulty in attracting enough players or whether it was a sign of increasing ambition but the club opened its doors to all players in 1954.
The 1933-34 triumph apart, success continued to elude the club in those early years. Equally elusive was a regular home. Records show that the club played at many grounds including Peel Park, Little Hulton, Harper Green and Doe Hey.
Help for Heroes raises money to support members of the Armed Forces who have been wounded in the service of their country. We ask our supporters to "do their bit" to show these extraordinary young men and women that they are cared for by us. Over a million people have responded to date and millions of pounds have been raised to buy much needed services that will aid their recovery, but we need more! So far, we have allocated almost all of the money we have raised in order to fund direct projects and support other service charities. We are passionate about what we are doing and as far as we are concerned the sooner we can see results, the better!
Currently £9.80 of every £10 donated is used to help injured servicemen and women.
To help this registered charity, quote the reference H4H2011 when booking your job, and North West Drain Services will donate 10% of your final bill to our charity fund.
If you would like to know about the Help for Heroes Charity, Visit their website
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