House Clearance in Salfords
Few little facts about Salfords
Salfords is a village in the borough of Reigate and Banstead in Surrey.Salfords means "willow-tree ford" from Old English sealh/salh "willow" and ford "ford. The name was recorded as Selefrid in 1193. This is similar to the Salford, Greater Manchester. The -s was added fairly recently.
It was the original UK home of the Monotype Corporation and Salfords railway station was originally built to service the corporation.
Salfords made the national news in January 2008 when a farmer named Robert Fidler built a personal home similar in style to a Tudor castle and disguised it with hay bales and tarpaulin for four years in an attempt to avoid planning permission from Surrey County Council.