AquAid Sheffield is an AquAid stalwart. Beginning operations 19 years ago in 1998, the branch is owned and managed by the very accomplished Andrew Welsh. Based in Maltby, Andrew and his team supply an extensive range of innovative and high-quality water coolers and dispensers to businesses, offices, medical centres, universities, colleges and schools to nearly 2,000 customers in and around the Sheffield area.
Areas Covered: Barnsley, Chesterfield, Doncaster, Goole, Grimsby, Lincoln, Mansfield, Retford, Rotherham, Scunthorpe, Worksop.
You’ll find AquAid Sheffield at: Unit B4, Aven Industrial Park, Tickhill Road, Maltby, Sheffield, S66 7QR
Sheffield and its surrounding areas are regions of great fascination in Yorkshire as these snippets will attest to:
Chesterfield – George Stephenson moved to Chesterfield, while building the North Midland railway from Derby to Leeds and remained there until his death in 1848. He is interred in Trinity Church and in 2006 a statue was erected outside Chesterfield railway station in his honour.*
Doncaster – The man who built Doncaster Minster‘s Clock, Edmund Beckett Dennison, also built the clock Big Ben in London.*
Grimsby – The Port of Grimsby is the UK’s largest port by tonnage, with London coming second.*
Lincoln – Around 2,000 years ago, the Romans also saw the potential of the local topography and built a legionary fortress on the hill, the ruins of which can still be seen today. This was known as Lindum Colonia and gave rise to the city’s modern name Lincoln. Fittingly for a city which started out as a fortress, Lincoln’s contribution to modern warfare was the invention of the tank. Built by William Foster & Co during World War One, the very first tanks (the first being known as ‘Little Willie’) were tested on the area now occupied by Tritton Road.*
Contact one of the helpful team at AquAid Sheffield today.