AquAid Manchester

AquAid Manchester

We hope by now, by browsing our super new spiffy website, you’ll have seen that AquAid really do put the cool in your

water cooler,  and that we’re fully equipped to provide you with any requirements you may have, water cooler or water wise, the length and breadth of Great Britain.

Are you aware though, that we have not one, but two AquAid branches in North West England?

You aren’t? Well, step right up, dear customers, and let’s introduce ourselves.

The AquAid North West branch we’re focusing on is AquAid Manchester, with premises in Unit 21, Farrington Court, Farrington Way, Burnley, BB11 5SW.

AquAid Manchester is one of the AquAid branch stalwarts. Based in Burnley, this AquAid branch, owned and managed by the very knowledgeable and experienced Neil Tyson, have been supplying an extensive range of high-quality water coolers and dispensers to offices, worksites, medical facilities, universities, colleges and schools in and around the Manchester area to more than 500 customers since 1999.

Areas Covered: Accrington, Blackburn, Bolton, Burnley, Bury, Clitheroe, Colne, Darwen, Rossendale, Salford Quays, Trafford Park, Whalley.

We could go the obvious route when referring to all things Manchester and talk about arguably the most famous football club in the world, but we’re not doing that. We’re rather going to refer to perhaps lesser known nibs of interest that perhaps even the born and bred Mancunian isn’t aware of:

The atom was first split in Manchester: Ernest Rutherford won the 1908 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his work on radiation – the youngest person ever to do so – and is widely credited with first ‘splitting the atom’ in 1919. The University of Manchester named their physics lab The Rutherford Building in his honour.*

It’s where Rolls met Royce: Rolls-Royce Limited was created over a famous lunch in Manchester in 1904, when car salesman Charles Rolls met engineer Henry Royce at The Midland Hotel.*

Greater Manchester was not added as a Royal Mail postal county until 1996 – that’s why so many Mancunians still use Cheshire/Lancashire in their addresses.*

The city houses the very first free public library: The nation’s first free public library opened in Manchester in 1653, founded using money donated by wealthy Mancunian, Henry Chetham.  Housed in a building built in 1421, Chetham’s is the oldest public library in the English speaking world.*

So whether you’re based in Blackburn, Salford Quays, Trafford Park or anywhere of the above mentioned areas and whether you’re on location filming or have a business, one office, multiple workplaces, are on a jobsite, or are a university, college or school, contact the team today at AquAid Manchester  – they’re more than well equipped to accommodate your water cooler and water provision requirements.

*sources: Manchester Evening News / wow247