IF YOU NEED A CARPET UPHOLSTERY CLEANER IN MAGHULL THEN YOU’RE AT THE RIGHT PLACE.

Dave here at Dirtbusters Liverpool ltd has many happy customers in Maghull L31  and has been cleaning carpets and sofa’s in this area in the North of Liverpool for many years.  The main thing when being invited into someone’s home to carry out a clean in Maghull is customer satisfaction.

I specialise in carpet, rug and sofa cleaning (both fabric and leather) and when you call for sofa or carpet cleaning in Maghull it’s me that answers the phone and it is me that does the clean!


HERE IS A BRIEF HISTORY ON MAGHULL IN MERSEYSIDE.

Maghull in Merseyside is found North of Liverpool and south of Ormskirk is a civil parish in the borough of Sefton. At the last count, Maghull had a population of 28,000 people and the housing here is in the majority semi-detached and detached houses.


THE BEGINNING OF MAGHULL

Way back in time Maghull consisted of just 50 people living on what was an agricultural settlement around six miles square.  This record is shown before the Doomsday survey of 1086 and the area was know then as’Magele’.  It is thought that the name Maghull derives from the Celtic word “magos”

Maghull Manor House was built in 1638.  Locals say that Charles II slept here on a visit to the area,  but by 1780 a brand new manor house had been built near the site of the original.   This still stands in the grounds of Maghull Homes with part of the original moat.

By 1667 the population of Maghull had grown up to 599 with 136 houses that contained 127 families.

Maghull saw its first school just down School Lane in what was just a small cottage in 1668.

1770 is here and so the start of the Leeds Liverpool canal.  Soon after the Red Lion inn was built in order to serve the upcoming canal trade.  This was turned into a cafe at a later date but was demolished not long after WW2.

Maghull saw its first school just down School Lane in what was just a small cottage in 1668.

During the 1820s, horse racing was well established on land in Maghull, and by 1861 the new population was 1222.  To help with increasing numbers Maghull built a train station in 1849.

1933 came and so did the road ‘Northway’.  This road helped link Liverpool with Ormskirk.

In 1939 the IRA blew up the swing bridge yet for what reason no one really knows as the place didn’t really hold any importance.

There are 2 notorious places in Maghull – Ashworth and HM Prison Kennet.   Maghull on a more positive front has a thriving Central Square Shopping Centre



The Albany Cinema is now a supermarket was a venue The Beatles played at, and John Lennon stayed at Cedar Grove for a period.  The area is also home to a number of football players.