Ottery St Mary Window Cleaner
Window Cleaning In Ottery St Mary - Reliable, Regular Window Cleaning
Are you a home or business owner looking for a reliable window cleaner in Ottery St Mary?
We cover Ottery, and surrounding areas including West Hill.
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Ottery St Mary ( Residential & Business Window Cleaning)
We provide our window cleaning service throughout Ottery St Mary and the surrounding areas to both businesses and homes.
Providing window cleaning to a large number of homes throughout Ottery. We offer a 4, 6 or 8 weekly clean whichever is your preferred method of cleaning.
We service many local business ranging from shops, hotels, pubs, Letting agents, schools, golf clubs (the name just a few) in the Ottery and west Hill area.
Ottery St Mary Window Cleaning: About Us
Established over 10 years, We have a excellent reputation in Ottery.
Professional and sign written vans
Flexible frequencies on offer: 4,6 or 8 weekly
We make having a window cleaner easy, stress free and a pleasure
We offer online payment options for our customers
Well know faces and vans throughout Ottery
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About Ottery St Mary- Our town and area we serve for window cleaning
Ottery St Mary, known as "Ottery" (/ˈɒtəri/ or locally /ˈɒtri/), is a town and civil parish in the East Devon district of Devon, England, on the River Otter, about 10 miles (16 km) east of Exeter on the B3174. At the 2001 census, the parish, which includes the villages of Metcombe, Fairmile, Alfington, Tipton St John, Wiggaton, and (until 2017) West Hill, had a population of 7,692. The population of the urban area alone at the 2011 census was 4,898. There are two electoral wards in Ottery (Rural & Town). The total population of both wards, including the adjacent civil parish of Aylesbeare, at the above census was 9,022. Archaeological excavations in 2014, in advance of a housing development at Island Farm, uncovered a medieval longhouse dating to AD.1250–1350 Ottery is first attested in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it appears as 'Otri' and 'Otrei'. 'Oteri Sancte Marie' is first mentioned in 1242. The town takes its name from the River Otter on which it stands, the river taking its name from the animal. The 'St Mary' element refers to the fact that the town belonged to the church of St Mary in Rouen in 1086.
The town was the birthplace of the Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, where his father, the Reverend John Coleridge, was a vicar. The diplomat Sir Ernest Satow spent his retirement (1906–29) here at a house called Beaumont, which still stands. Sir Ernest was buried in the churchyard; there is a commemorative plaque to him in the church.
Ottery's notable buildings include the Tumbling Weir and St Mary's church. The town is the site of The King's School, now a comprehensive school, a former grammar school founded in 1545 by Henry VIII, and Ottery St Mary Primary School.
The town as it now stands, comprises several independent shops, mainly in Mill Street, Silver Street and Yonder Street. An area known as 'The Square', is the heart of Ottery St Mary. There are pubs, restaurants, coffee and tea rooms. Ottery provides services, employment and a wide range of shopping for local residents as well as visitors from nearby villages, towns and often visitors coming from further afield and abroad. Historical Features are within walking distance from parking areas allowing residents and visitors to enjoy both history and shopping together.