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June 27, 2018

Handyman Website for Sale

Handyman Website for Sale – For any handymen living and working in the Wisbech, Cambridgeshire area who don’t currently have a website to promote their business, you could be missing out big time. If you would like to bring yourself into the 21st Century and have a higly ranking website that people can find on Google, Yahoo and Bing, I currently have one for sale that could be just the thing for you. The website is built with some relevant text and pictures on there and you can buy it for just £500, which includes the domain name for one year, super fast web hosting for one year, email address etc. Plus I will edit the site to include your own text content, your own pictures and your own contact details, so everything is perfect to start generating leads for your handyman business right away. You will soon recover the cost of this from just a few generated jobs, then after that it will be all profit and you can enjoy the many new leads that will come to you, without the need for additional advertising for the years to come. After one year you can move it to another hosting company if you wish or pay me a small additional fee to keep it going for the next year or so.

See the Wisbech Handyman website here:

http://www.handymanwisbech.co.uk/

Secure this website for yourself quickly before one of your competitors does and snatches that valuable business from under your nose.

We also have a website for sale for a handyman in  Runcorn, Cheshire. So if you are a handyman in Runcorn and don’t currently have a website, you might be missing out on a lot of local business and leads. Take a look at our Runcorn handyman website for sale here:

http://www.runcornhandyman.co.uk

We now have another handyman website for sale this time for the town of Witham in Essex. This should be just the thing for you if you are running a handyman service and don’t have a website.

http://www.withamhandyman.co.uk

To continue on the same theme we’ve now got yet another handyman website for sale in Dover, Kent. This is a busy town with a good sized population. So if you are offering handyman services in and around Dover it is not difficult to see how having your own handyman website could boost business and give you lots more qualified leads. Take a look at the website below and see what you think.

http://www.doverhandyman.co.uk/

Today we have added yet another handyman website to our range of websites for sale. This one is for the large Hertfordshire town of Watford. So if you are providing handyman services in the Watford area, but do not currently own a website to promote your services, you can get a ready made one here, which should be ranking on page one of Google very shortly. Get in quick it will be snapped up fast.

Watford Handyman Website for Sale here: http://www.handymanwatford.co.uk/

November 3, 2010

Cambridgeshire Attractions

Filed under: England,Travel,United Kingdom — Tags: , , , , , , — needahand @ 4:35 pm

A county in eastern England, well known for its Fens and its University city, Cambridgeshire has plenty of attractions for anyone planning to visit the county. The Fens which were once unusable and inhospitable, have long since been drained and now provide large areas of productive arable land that produces vast quantities of vegetables and fruit. A good first choice of places to visit would be Cambridge itself, the beautiful University city with large numbers of historic buildings, its Peterhouse College was founded in 1284, attractions in the city are many and varied, but you could choose from the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Cambridge Museum of Technology, and Cambridge University Botanical Garden. From Cambridge you could head for Ely, where one of the most beautiful cathedrals in England resides, dating from the early 11th century this stunning cathedral is a must visit place in Cambridgeshire, while in Ely you could also take a look at the Bishop’s Palace and the King’s School. From Ely, you could next head for Wisbech, famous centre of the spring bulb industry, this charming riverside town has some fine Georgian architecture, which makes it well worth a visit. In Wisbech head for Peckover House, a National Trust run property, built in 1722, it has superb interiors and a beautiful Victorian walled garden. From Wisbech you could head west to the city of Peterborough, standing on the River Nene. This city which is the centre of England’s brickmaking industry has a long history and another beautiful cathedral, this one built in the 12th century, and the burial place of Catherine of Aragon. Peterborough Cathedral boasts a magnificent west façade in Early English Gothic style. From Peterborough you could go next to Huntingdon (to the south of Peterborough), a charming town on the River Great Ouse, here you could take a look at the Cromwell Museum, ensconced in a former school in which the former Lord Protector of England was educated. Oliver Cromwell was actually born in Huntingdon and there are many references to him in the town, other places to visit include Hinchingbrooke House, originally an 11th century nunnery which later became home of the Cromwell family, and Huntingdon Racecourse where you can watch some excellent horse racing. From Huntingdon an obvious next stop would be St Neots, named after a Cornish monk (St Neot), this pretty town on the River Great Ouse has some delightful old coaching inns and a cathedral like church dating back to the 12th century. This concludes our brief tour around Cambridgeshire, I shall be back soon to write about other places in the county.

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