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Taylor TV Aerial Installation Banbury
We provide a range of services at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Banbury. Including aerial and satellite installations, indoor aerials, aerial boosters, home cinemas, TV wall-mounting. With over ten years of experience we have become the market-leading company in and around the area.
Our technicians can install the most complex of aerials thanks to their vast amounts of experience. All our services at Taylor TV Aerial Installer Banbury are provided to both commercial and domestic properties.
Due to being a local business we offer all clients with a free call-out service. On top of that we offer same day or next day service. All services at Taylor TV Aerial Installation Banbury come with a free warranty guarantee.
Access to streaming services
At Taylor TV Aerial Installer banbury we can provide you with access to TV Players and streaming services. By linking your broadband router to your TV box we can provide you with on demand and internet access.
If you require an upgrade to view Prime/Humax/YouView/BT at Taylor TV Aerial installation Banbury we can do this easily. Providing you with access to a range of streaming services. Including HBO Now, Disney Plus UK and Apple TV.
Why should you choose Taylor Aerials?
At Taylor Aerials we only use the latest technology and software. Therefore keeping up to date with the digital age. Our technicians continue to attend training programmes. In order to ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We are always more than happy to help, regardless of your needs. Whether you are ready to book with us or you are looking for further assistance give us a call.
You can contact us on 01295 238 162.
At one time Banbury had many crosses (the High Cross, the Bread Cross and the White Cross), but these were destroyed by Puritans in 1600. Banbury remained without a cross for more than 250 years until the current Banbury Cross was erected in 1859 at the centre of the town to commemorate the marriage of Victoria, Princess Royal (eldest child of Queen Victoria) to Prince Frederick of Prussia.
The current Banbury Cross is a stone, spire-shaped monument decorated in Gothic form. Statues of Queen Victoria, Edward VII and George V were added in 1914 to commemorate the coronation of George V. The cross is 52 feet 6 inches (16 m) high, and topped by a gilt cross. Towns with crosses in England before the reformation were places of Christian pilgrimage.
Banbury is one of England’s most well-known places, thanks to the nursery song “Ride a Cock Horse.” It has been hypothesised that the ‘Fine Lady’ of the nursery rhyme was Lady Godiva, wife of Leofric of Coventry, who was famed for her 900-year-old nude ride around the city. It was more than likely a local girl participating in a May Day march. At the end of the 16th century, the ancient cross was demolished. The current cross was built in 1859 to commemorate Princess Royal’s marriage to Prince Frederick of Prussia.
Banbury is claimed to be named after ‘Banna,’ a local Saxon ruler who is said to have moved there in the sixth century. ‘Banesberie’ is mentioned in the Domesday Book (Banbury).
It had developed into a significant wool trade centre by the 13th century. Many structures were burned in the Great Fire of 1628, although others have survived to this day.
The Oxford Canal, which connected Banbury and the Midlands in 1790, brought new businesses and expansion, which was aided by the coming of the railroads.