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Private Investigator Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire

Our discreet, experienced and friendly Hemel Hempstead based private investigators are on hand to listen and give advice. No upfront cost, no commitment to go ahead.

  • We listen first to ensure we fully understand your situation, then offer guidance and advice. It's up to you whether you decide to use our service.
  • We make no judgement; most of us have found ourselves in a difficult situation in our lives. Our job is to answer your questions.
  • Our team of male and female private investigators are local to Hemel Hempstead, all are highly trained and experienced.
  • Every client gets a dedicated case manager who is on call to answer questions or to provide a sympathetic ear.
  • Our service is affordable and there are no surprises. We agree costs with you at the beginning and won't exceed these without your agreement.
  • We have over 25 years' experience providing private detective services throughout Hemel Hempstead. Every case is different; we get to the truth. We guarantee discretion; we don’t share information with anyone else.

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Private Detective in Hemel Hempstead

Hemel Hempstead is one large town in Hertfordshire East London. It is 39 km northwest of London and forms the Greater London Urban Area. It boasts of a population of 94,932 as per the 2011 census. It was developed recently just after the Second World War but has been in existence as a settlement since the 8th century. Its town charter was granted in 1539 by King Henry VIII. There is some Roman Britain history evidenced by the burial mounds in Highfield.

In 1190, Oswestry town was given the right to hold a market every Wednesday. The presence of Welsh farmers coming to the market made the townsfolk to be often bilingual. This town had to come up with walls for the purpose of protection. These however did not help much especially after being torn down during the English Civil War by parliamentarians in 1644 following a brief siege. The market square has got a statue of a shepherd and a sheep which were installed in memorial of this market site, depicting how the foot and mouth outbreak brought all hell loose.

Hermon Chapel dates back to 1862 and still stands strong within Oswestry town. It was headed by Rev Thomas Thomas, one of the most prolific Welsh architects. Other religious places of worship also include Parish Church of St. Oswald, which is a Grade II listed building. Two Methodist churches including Horeb Church are also correctly positioned within this town. Being a Welsh dominated region, a Welsh speaking church known as the Seion Church is also one of the worship centres in this place.

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