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New Locksmith in Burnley, Blackburn and Accrington

We are delighted to welcome Will Owen to our ever-expanding team at Lockforce Locksmiths.

Will Owen has joined Lockforce after being medically discharged from the army following 16 years of service including tours of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Living back in is his beloved home town of Burnley, Will is excited about owning the business and serving customers in and around Burnley and across all BB post codes.

Will is married with 2 children - and is also a dedicated Burnley fan!

If you need a locksmith in Burnley, a locksmith in Blackburn or a locksmith in Accrington, simply give Will a call on 01282 212 312, he will be delighted to help.

New Locksmith in Watford, Harrow and Borehamwood

We are delighted to welcome Bruce Scott to the growing team at Lockforce. 

Bruce is joining the team after a long military career followed by working in property and facility management. 

Bruce will be covering the Watford, Harrow and Borehamwood areas and is passionate about keeping the local community safe and secure.

If you live in the Watford area and are searching for a reliable and highly trained locksmith in Watford, then please get in touch with Bruce.

Latest Locksmith Covering Croydon and Sutton

We're delighted to announce the arrival of Andy Yuill who owns and covers Croydon and Sutton, who goes from supplier to franchisee!

Andy has worked with Lockforce for over a year as a key account manager for one of our suppliers. His close relationship and insight into Lockforce helped him make the tough decision to leave paid employment to buy into the Franchise.

Andy will cover the Croydon and Sutton post codes which adjoins the region run by James Payne. So if you or anyone you know is looking for a locksmith in Croydon, be sure to recommend Andy!

New Locksmith in Colchester

We are excited to announce the expansion of Lockforce with a new regional branch owned by Alan Ayers - so when you are looking for a Colchester locksmith, you know who to call.

Alan joined Lockforce in July after a recommendation from a relation who works for our sister company Pestforce.

Alan comes from running his own property maintenance business and makes the move to get away from climbing ladders for a living. A serious accident last year was the catalyst to making the move away from ladders. 

Alan lives on a river boat in Colchester and will cover the Colchester post codes.

Lockforce Locksmiths in Leeds Charity Golf

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Lockforce Locksmiths Leeds were happy to donate and have a team play in this years Hunters Charity Golf day on the 12th July 2019. The event was held at Easingwold Golf Club and the weather was very kind to us with everybody enjoying hot sunshine throughout the day. There was prizes award for the winning team and individual scores as well as nearest pin competitions, raffles and auctions. Lockforce Locksmiths are proud working partners with Hunters Sales and Lettings and were only too happy to donate and submit a team.

The Lockforce Locksmiths Leeds team was made of Carl Traviato from Lockforce and customers Miles Courtney, Matt and David Pennock who all enjoyed the 18 holes of the course, playing some fantastic golf, Lockforce Locksmiths coming second at the nearest pin challenge and finishing a creditable 11th out of 18 teams. The event was supported by Hunters Directors and staff all helping out in raising money for the charity.

The charity golf day is an annual event held be Hunters estate agents and raised thousands of pounds towards the Charity Nikki Waterhouse Trust which raises vital funds for children in need across the country.

To learn more about us as a busniess or our charitys please get in touch using the following website.

Not All Heroes Wear Capes... Some Wear Lockforce Uniforms!

One day last week Lee Dray (of Lockforce Locksmiths Portsmouth) was out leafleting as part of his routine when he heard a mans voice calling for help. Lee saw an elderly man on the floor inside a property. 
Lee managed to get inside and attend to the gentleman calling for help who had been on the floor for 24 hours and was very shaken. 
Lee has since taken steps to make sure he is OK and someone is looking out for him.
Lee being the humble gentleman he is would say that he only did what anyone else would do, but that doesn’t take the shine off his actions and we applaud him for his efforts.

Lockforce Bognor Regis Locksmith To The Rescue After Facebook SOS Call For Help

Like many towns and cities across the UK, small seaside resort Bognor Regis in West Sussex has seen a recent increase in crime, particularly car theft, bike theft and antisocial behaviour.  This puts local police forces under increasing pressure and communities look at additional ways to seek support alongside police help.

In the heart of the community is Bognor Regis’ Men’s Shed. It’s a community project open to men, women, veterans and young people in the area. It is a safe shared space that is adored locally and provides facilities for people to do some hands-on DIY and woodwork using their donated tools.

Disaster struck last weekend when intruders ransacked the Men’s Shed, stealing several items including a TV, tools, cash and more. You can only imagine the impact this had on the owners and the community.

Our local Lockforce locksmith in Bognor Regis, Lee Dray, was tagged in a Facebook SOS post calling for help from the community, such as local locksmiths, plumbers etc. Lee offered his services; within an hour he was on the phone giving advice to make the place more secure and the next day Lee gave up his time to attend the Men’s Shed.

Lee walked the perimeter of the building doing a security audit and spent 4 hours installing new complimentary locks from Lockforce Bognor Regis. Lee also made arrangements for a colleague to assist with installing new alarms for free.

Lee wasn’t the only local locksmith on hand, Geoff from GRN Locksmiths also gave up his time to assist (pictured, photo credit: Bognor Regis Men's Shed Facebook).

It’s always a bittersweet sight to see the community come together in such adversity. The Men’s Shed have already smashed their fundraising target on JustGiving. The Shed was also heaving with locals, councillors and well-wishers all wanting to help.

Lee said afterwards:
“It felt great to give back to my local community. Thankfully I had some spare time, I had the locks already in my van. It’s a wonderful community project so close to my home, I just had to help out. It was great to meet the locals, educating people as we were installing the locks and letting them help. It was an honour to be a part of this chapter in the story of the Men’s Shed”.

For further information, please see the Men’s Shed on Facebook.