Our chimney sweep covers Patcham
Our family-run Chimney Sweep business is insured to sweep open fires and multi-fuel stoves (gas, coal or oil) in Preston. We are a professional and friendly company and offer:
- Complete safety inspections
- All types of chimney swept & vacuumed
- Wood burners & stoves
- Full chimney service & restoration
- Woodstove restoration
- Bird nests removed
- Chimney pots, cowls and bird guards
- Free advice on chimney liners
- Hetas approved chimney sweep
- Federation of British Chimney Sweeps
Your Patcham Chimney Sweep Mark Styles
Clean and sweep, your chimney sweep, will make sure that the job will be professionally done to your expectation.
Chimney sweep Insurance
Patcham Chimney sweep Mark Styles is insured against any liability of chimney sweeping work and covers the Patcham area.
About Patcham – West Sussex
Patcham (/ˈpætʃəm/) is an area of the city of Brighton & Hove, about 3 miles (5 km) north of the city centre. It is bounded by the A27 (Brighton bypass) to the north, Hollingbury to the east and southeast, Withdean to the south and the Brighton Main Line to the west. The A23 passes through the area.
History of Patcham
Patcham was originally a separate village that developed around the partly 12th- and 13th-century All Saints’ Church. The parish of Patcham extended to 32 square miles (83 km2) and encompassed large parts of what are now adjacent suburbs, such as Withdean, Westdene, Hollingbury and Tongdean. It extended eastwards into modern-day Moulsecoomb, westwards beyond Dyke Road into Hove, and northwards across the sparsely-populated South Downs towards the parishes of Pyecombe and Ditchling. The centre of the original village, based around the church (on Church Hill) and the Old London Road – now bypassed by the modern A23 – is a conservation area, and several buildings are listed.
Places of interest in Patcham
Patcham Mill is a converted windmill on high ground west of the old village (but within the former Patcham parish). Also known as Waterhall Mill and locally as Westdene Mill, it was built in 1885 and was used for 40 years. A second mill, now demolished, stood on a site near Overhill Drive and is commemorated by the street name Old Mill Close. Patcham mill on Sussex Mills website
Patcham Place was the city’s Youth Hostel until September 2007. It is in the old village centre opposite the former post office, in a large area of open parkland. Below it the Brighton Main Line runs through the 492-yard (450 m) Patcham Tunnel. The house dates from 1558 and was originally the seat of the Shelley family. It later belonged to the Stapley family – Anthony Stapley played a leading part in the Civil War, being Governor of Chichester and a Regicide.
In September 2014, the Patcham Post Office relocated from its site in Old London Road to Salmons Newsagents, further along the Old London Road.
All Saints Church (website) is one of the city of Brighton and Hove’s oldest churches, and is still a lively community of people. A church was recorded on this site in the Domesday Book. The churchyard includes an interesting gravestone marked with a pirate skull and crossbones motif. Close to the church stand an ancient dovecot and a converted tithe barn.
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