Based in Backwell I am ideally situated to service Backwell 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
Backwell is a rural village and civil parish in Somerset, England. It falls within the Unitary Authority of North Somerset and has a population of Approx 4,589. It is 7 miles (11.3 km) south west of Bristol, on the A370 to Weston-super-Mare. It includes the hamlets of Backwell Common, Backwell Green and Farleigh and the districts of West Town and Downside.
Nearby are Nailsea, Flax Bourton, Yatton, Brockley and Barrow Gurney.
Backwell lake, which is also known as Buckland’s Pool, is next to the road between Nailsea and Backwell at Buckland’s Batch. The lake was built as a balancing pond in the mid-1970s It has now become a wildlife haven for birds, bats and dragonflies, which are attracted by the open water and surrounding vegetation. Bird species include gadwall, shoveler, pochard, tufted duck, grey heron and mute swans.
On June 6, 1929, Theodore Robinson opened the park to the public and gave it to the “Children and adults of the parish of Backwell”, as a result the fields have no sole owner. The fields are, however, managed and maintained by a team of directors of the Backwell Playing Fields Charity.[
The fields are often used for playing football, mainly for Ashton and Backwell United FC’s home games, as the club’s home and stadium is at the Playing Fields. Other sports grounds at the Fields are Backwell Tennis Club, West Backwell Bowling Club, and Backwell Judo Club. The fields are also home to a youth club. 1st Backwell Scouts hut is just outside the park boundaries, but the fields are used a lot by them for their outdoor activities.