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The now demolished Eagle Hall in the High Street was the birthplace of a notable poet, essayist and editor....
If poetry is an English tradition, as much can be said for the natural wooden floor. It has enhanced properties large and small, domestic and commercial, for centuries.
You need to keep your floors in prime condition. So when they’ve become dull, scratched or damaged, call on the services of a dedicated floor repair and restoration company:
The Southgate Floor Sanding Business
Offering you the complete service:
on solid/ engineered wooden floors - or parquet/engineered blocks.
Whatever your floor requires to bring it back to life:
repairs and realignment of boards and blocks.
replacement of damaged timber:
sanding away old sealant and paint
staining with a colour to match your decor
fresh protection from a sealant of natural oil, hard wax or lacquer.
A mess-free job with minimal disruption to your schedule:
99% dust-free sanding with the unique collection system of our machines:
Using only the highest quality products:
for a surface to last longer and keep its good looks.
From a reliable family firm:
who’ve restored hundreds of floors over the past twenty years.
You’ll get the best advice and a top quality job -
contact us for your free assessment today!
The Southgate Floor Sanding Company
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Leigh Hunt (1784-1859) is a key figure in the golden age of English poetry. As an editor of various periodicals, he championed the work of Keats, Byron and Shelley. He became a trusty friend of these great romantic writers, as well as such luminaries as Lamb and Bentham.
Born the son of a poor clergyman, his first book of poems appeared when he was 23. He was also an essayist and critic who suffered in the cause of free speech. For libelling the Prince Regent, he was imprisoned along with his brother for two years.
His knack for detecting talent has probably overshadowed his own poetry. Nevertheless, Abou Ben Adhem, (that worthy chap who awoke ‘from a deep dream of sleep’), is his best-known poem and a stalwart of popular anthologies.