Burglary Repairs Service Near You

Expert Local Locksmith Burglary Repairs Service. If your home or property has been broken into, there is an immediate requirement to safeguard your premises.

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Have you been the victim of a break-in?

Dial A Locksmith Burglary Repairs Service can assist you in making your property secure again.

If you become the victim of a break-in, the first thing you need to do is call the police. Secondly, we suggest especially if you live alone, call someone whom you know well and trust for emotional support as you will most likely be in a state of shock and feel quite anxious.

Local Burglary Repairs Service

For most cases of burglary, there will be damage where the burglar forced access through a door or window or even snapped or broke your lock. If your home or company has been broken into, we can assist you in making your property secure again. Burglars regularly cause damage when they gain entry; such damage should be repaired as quickly as possible to ensure your safety and the security of your house or premises.

For further information on how you could better protect your home and our burglary repairs service, get in touch today

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Post-Intrusion Security

After a burglary or break-in, we can assist in the vital task of re-securing your property by installing, changing, and upgrading door and window locks by:

  • Repairing/replacing damage to door or window handles from forceful entry.
  • Replacing damaged or broken locks from being snapped or window locks damaged on entry.
  • Rapid Response and service.
  • We offer security upgrades and assessments.
  • Replace damaged or broken locks after being snapped or damaged for entry.

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Burglary Repairs Midlands

Expert Local Locksmith for Burglary Repairs Service

Our experience will provide you with the security to best protect your family, your home, and your business in today’s growing crime. We are CRB-checked and used by the West Midlands Police across the Midlands. We will secure your residential or commercial property using only British standard-approved products. With 10 years plus experience, Dial A Locksmith Midlands is a specialist emergency Locksmith service experienced with safeguarding your home after a burglary, or even just giving a security assessment on your premises for peace of mind, if crime is at a high in your area.

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Here’s why Dial A Locksmith is your best choice:

  • Competitive Pricing: In an industry notorious for hidden costs that surprise customers at the last minute, we stand out by offering competitive and transparent pricing. We believe in providing exceptional value for your money.
  • Upfront Quotes: We strive to give you an upfront estimated free quote before attending to your call-outs whenever possible. Our commitment to transparency means no hidden fees, ensuring you know exactly what to expect.
  • 12-Month Guarantee: We back our work with a 12-month guarantee, demonstrating our confidence in the quality of our services and the durability of our solutions.

When you’re in an emergency locksmith situation in the Midlands, Dial A Locksmith is the reliable and professional choice that puts your peace of mind first.

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Burglary Repair Service FAQS

How Quickly Can You Get Out To me?

We provide rapid emergency response and attempt to get to your location within 30 minutes. You will be met by a skilled and pleasant member of our team. We have been trained to exceed your expectations not only in locksmithery but also in customer service. Whether you are locked out, or you have been the victim of a break-in. Don’t panic; we’ve seen it all and can sympathise in all scenarios. we can be counted on to ease and solve your issue with the least fuss and secure your home.

What Is Lock Snapping?

Lock Snapping

The terms “cylinder snapping” and “lock snapping” may be familiar. The technique of Lock snapping, which takes ZERO skill on the part of the thief, is a prevalent technique. It’s used by burglars to enter a building with a Euro cylinder lock. Almost all domestic homes with UPVC doors have Euro lock cylinders that are prone to lock snapping. Nevertheless, a sizable proportion of composite and aluminium doors also have them, frequently employed in both commercial and residential settings.

uPVC Doors and Window Locks

Lock snapping is the process of opening a lock by first breaking the cylinder. While you may believe that your door is secure because it has multiple locking points. It’s crucial to remember that each one is controlled by the cylinder, which is also its weakest link. If the cylinder is broken, all the locking points become inoperable. A criminal only needs 5–10 seconds to break the lock. Numerous videos are on YouTube demonstrating how to snap a lock without any special equipment and with little to no knowledge. It’s crucial to know what kind of locks are installed on your property and to replace them if necessary.

Get in touch for Locksmith Burglary Repairs, to Upgrade Your Home With Anti Snap Locks

What Locks Should I Have To Comply With My Insurance Policy?

You would usually be asked what kind of locks you have installed on your outside doors and windows when applying for home insurance. If your house doesn’t have the proper locks installed, you risk paying a higher insurance price. Below are the requirements for door locks in terms of insurance. Door locks that are most likely to be accepted by insurance companies?

The Five Lever Mortice Deadlock –

Despite what the name might imply, the five-lever mortice deadlock is a typical door lock style that you’ve probably seen before. If you’re unsure whether the door lock on your door is of this sort, look for a mortice (a type of hole) cut into the wall or door where the lock will be installed. Mortice locks are different from deadlocks in that they are built into the actual wall and can only be opened with a key. Just a keyhole and a bolt make up a deadlock. One of the greatest lock types for insurance purposes is the five-lever mortice deadlock since the more levers a mortice deadlock has, the safer it is.

Key-operated Multi-Point Locking System –

The key-operated multi-point locking system bolts the door into the frame and locks at many points with the turn of a key. Providing a high level of security, offering an even better level of security than the five-lever mortice deadlock. They are frequently found on uPVC doors, chances are good that you already have a multi-point locking system installed if you have one. These locks often feature three locking points, which means that when you turn the key, they all lock at once.

Night Latches –

Most insurance companies prefer night latches to be used in addition to one of the other door lock types as an additional security measure when it comes to lock types. These are much less secure than a five-lever mortice deadlock or multi-point locking system since they are positioned on the front door rather than morticed into the wall.

Contact Dial A Locksmith Burglary Repairs Service today for help improving your home’s security

Do You Replace Window Locks After A Burglary?

Yes, we also secure, replace and repair window locks on all UPVC and wooden windows. Along with Emergency Lockouts and Lock Fitting, all our services cover Lock Repairs whilst meeting current British Standards.

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Do You Replace Door and Window Handles?

We carry with us a stock of most sizes, shapes and coloured handles for both doors and windows, for both wooden and uPVC.

If your emergency is a break-in or your handle has broken from wear and tear over time, the majority of the time we can secure and replace all parts within one visit.

For more info on handle replacements for both doors and windows get in touch

What should we do if we become the victims of a break-in during the night?

Contact West Midlands Police and seek quick assistance from only a skilled specialist! Try not to panic as we do emergency openings and assist clients 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We cover all of the Midlands areas for Burglary Repairs. We aim to get to you in less than 30 minutes after receiving your call.

How Will I Be Able To Pay?

We accept cash or credit card payments upon completion of any work. Offering a competitive price in an industry where hidden pricing can be revealed at the last moment. We provide an excellent value-for-money locksmith service that includes all-access solutions, emergency 24-hour service, and security system advice. Wherever possible, our company guarantees NO hidden fees and provides upfront estimated free quotes before attending any call-out. All of our work is backed by a 12-month guarantee.

Call us today for Locksmith Burglary Repairs Services on 0121 369 1535

Does Your Work Come With A Guarantee?

YES, all of our completed work is covered by a 12-month guarantee from the date of invoicing. We are an honest, dependable and experienced emergency locksmith with over ten years of experience. We work 24 hours a day, seven days a week to secure and supply for all of your home, emergency and commercial locksmith needs across the West Midlands areas.

Can you give me any basic home security tips?

We’ll start with some essential home security advice that we’ve all heard but may have become a little complacent about because it hasn’t happened to us yet. It may sound obvious, but with a hectic family and work life, these items are often ignored.

Making sure you always lock all doors and windows when you leave the house, never leaving windows open, and not leaving valuables in plain sight for burglars to be tempted are the core safety tips. Still, we will go over many more to ensure your house is the safest in the neighbourhood, these small things that we all know but sometimes forget.

One of the greatest suggestions we can provide you with –

Keeping valuables out of sight is to put only low-value items in lockups, sheds, and other outbuildings. If you have an expensive toolset, keep it beneath the stairs and move some unwanted boxes into the shed. Christmas decorations, old toys, clothes, and items you rarely use are all ideal for storing outside the home.

Keep the possessions that you value the most in the building that is the most difficult to gain access to, and if they are valuable, do not display them in pride of place in your home. Keeping them under the stairs, in cupboards and out of sight of the window is the greatest approach to limit the danger of home intrusion. Being a victim of a burglary is awful, and we want to make sure that if a thief looks through your windows, they don’t see any valuable objects lying about.

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METROPOLITAN POLICE CRIME PREVENTION ADVICE – PROTECTING YOUR HOME FROM CRIME.

Metropolitan Police Crime Prevention Advice

Advice and measures to safeguard your home and prevent burglary from the Metropolitan Police

Your home’s security is only as good as its weakest point of entry. That is why it is critical to have as secure doors and windows as possible. Follow our recommendations to keep potential intruders out.

Whether you live in a flat or a house, the level of security surrounding your home is always obvious by your front door. If it appears to be extremely secure and burglar-resistant, they will reconsider attempting to gain entry.

A Master Locksmiths Association professional can examine your door to ensure it is secure. The locksmith can also strengthen the frame and ensure that the locks and hinges meet British Standards.

Door Security

  • Sliding patio doors are prone to forced entry, so make sure yours has an anti-lift system installed to prevent them from being pushed out of the frame.
  • Some uPVC doors have locks that protrude from the frame on the exterior (known as euro profile locks). If yours does, request that a locksmith replace the lock with a shorter one that cannot be snapped off.
  • If your door has a letterbox, a guard installed on the back of the door will prevent anyone from reaching in with a stick and a hook to fish for nearby objects such as a handbag or keys, which should never be stored near exterior doors. Consider cat and dog flaps as well.
  • Windows can be strengthened by introducing laminated panels or using special films.
  • Spy holes and security chains are recommended to identify visitors before opening the door.
  • Every time you leave your house, remember to use both locks and double-check that the mortice lock is locked.
  • A double-locking night latch provides further security and peace of mind.
  • Door bars, such as a London or Birmingham Bar, considerably reinforce the doorframe and give excellent protection against anyone attempting to force open or kick down a door.
  • A lock guard accomplishes exactly that; it protects the keyhole and locks from tampering and serves as a strong deterrent.

Additional guidance

When installing a new door, always use security-accredited goods that have been tested to British standards and are approved by the insurance sector. Ask your locksmith about the PAS 24 2022 standard.

If you are a building manager in charge of apartments within larger buildings (for example, apartment complexes), you should be aware of current fire safety rules before making any changes to the front doors.

Window Security

Burglars favour windows to doors because they offer easier access. Examine how your windows appear from the outside, removing potential entry points when possible.

Is there anything like walls, bins, or garden equipment that could be used to reach the windows? See our ideas below for windows that are within reach, such as those on the ground floor.

  • For the ground floor and accessible windows, laminated glass or security film is recommended.
  • Sash stops prevent others from opening the sash window far enough to crawl through.
  • Keyed locks are advised for windows that open outward rather than upward, as well as any ground floor or accessible windows. Remember that window locks are only effective if they are used, so double-check that you have locked them before leaving the house or going to bed.
  • Window opening restrictors allow you to ventilate your home while also preventing them from being picked and unlocked from the outside.

Additional guidance

Ladders have been used by burglars to gain access to upper windows that appear to be unsecured. This is done to bypass the lower floor’s intruder alarm sensors. These ladders are either found in the suspect’s garden or carried with him. Make sure that upper-floor windows have locks or sash stops. You should also increase the scope of any alarm sensors to upper rooms.

When replacing your windows, always choose a security-accredited product that has been tested to British standards and is insurance-approved. PAS 24 2022 is an excellent standard.

A Master Locksmiths Association member can recommend a suitable standard of window lock and provide advice on improving window security.

Get in touch with Dial A Locksmith Burglary Repairs Service for advice on improving your home security

What areas do you cover for your Burglary Repairs Service?

Dial A Locksmith Burglary Repairs Service Near You

Birmingham

Acocks Green, Aston, Balsall Heath, Bartley Green, Billesley, Birchfield, Birmingham City Centre, Boldmere, Bordesley, Bordesley Green, Bournbrook, Bournville, Brindleyplace, Bromford, Castle Vale, Chad Valley, Chinese Quarter, Cofton Common, Cotteridge, Deritend, Digbeth, Druids Heath, Eastside, Edgbaston, Erdington, Five Ways, Four Oaks, Fox Hollies, Frankly, Garretts Green, Gosta Green, Gravelly Hill, Great Barr, Hall Green, Hamstead, Handsworth, Handsworth Wood, Harborne, Hawkesley, Highgate, Hockley, Hodge Hill

Jewellery Quarter, Kings Heath, Kings Norton, Kingstanding, Kitts Green, Ladywood, Lee Bank, Ley Hill, Lifford, Lodge Hill, Longbridge, Lozells, Maypole, Minworth, Mere Green, Moor Green, Moseley, Nechells, New Oscott, Newtown, Northfield, Old Oscott, Perry Barr, Perry Beeches, Perry Common, Pype Hayes, Queslett, Quinton, Rednal, Roughley, Rubery, Saltley, Selly Oak, Selly Park, Shard End, Sheldon, Shenley Fields, Shenley Green, Small Heath, Soho, South Yardley, South Woodgate, Sparkbrook, Sparkhill, Stechford, Stirchley, Stockland Green

Streetly, Sutton Coldfield, Tyburn, Tyseley, Wake Green, Walmley, Ward End, Warstock, Washwood Heath, Weoley Castle, West Heath, Winson Green, Witton, Woodgate, Wylde Green, Yardley, Yardley Wood

Coventry

Alderman’s Green, Allesley, Allesley Green, Ball Hill, Bell Green, Binley, Bishopgate Green, Brownshill Green, Canley, Cannon Park, Chapelfields, Cheylesmore, Church End, Coundon, Coventry, Courthouse Green, Daimler Green, Earlsdon, Eastern Green, Edgwick, Ernesford Grange, Finham, Fletchamstead, Foleshill, Friargate, Henley Green, Hillfields, Holbrooks, Keresley, Little Heath, Longford, Potters Green, Radford, Spon End, Stivichall, Stoke Aldermoor, Stoke Heath, Tile Hill, Toll Bar End, Walsgrave on Sowe, Westwood Heath, Whitley, Whitmore Park, Whoberley, Willenhall, Wood End, Wyken.

Dudley

Amblecote, Brierley Hill, Brockmoor, Bromley, Chapel Street Estate, Coseley, Cradley HeathDudley, Eve Hill, Gornal, Haden Hill, Halesowen, Hasbury, Hawbush, Hawne, Hayley Green, Holly Hall, Hurst Green, Kates Hill, Kingswinford, Lapal, Lutley, Lye,
Milking Bank, Mons Hill, Mushroom Green, Netherton, Norton, Oakham, Old Park Farm, Oldswinford, Pensnett, Pensnett Chase, Priory Estate, Quarry Bank, Russells Hall Estate, Sedgley, Stourbridge, Straits Estate, Wall Heath, Withymoor Village, Wollaston, Wollescote, Woodsetton, Woodside, Wordsley, Wren’s Nest Estate

Sandwell

Balls Hill, Bearwood, Black Lake, Black Patch, Bloomfield, Brades Village, Brandhall, Brickhouse Farm, Bristnall Fields, Burnt Tree, Causeway Green, Charlemont, Cherry Orchard, Church Hill, Churchfield, Cock Green, Cradley Heath, The Cronefields, Darby’s Hill, Dudley Port, Fallings Heath, Friar Park, Golds Green, Grace Mary Estate, Great Barr, Great Bridge, Greets Green, Grove Vale, Guns Village, Haden Cross, Hall End, Hall Green, Hampstead, Harvills Hawthorn, Hateley Heath, Hill Top, Horsley Heath King’s Hill, Lambert’s End, Langley, Langley Green, Londonderry, Lyndon, Mayers Green, Mesty Croft, Mouse Sweet, Newton, New Town, Oakham, Ocker Hill, Oldbury, Old Hill, Portway, Princes End, Rood End, Round’s Green, Rowley RegisSandwellSmethwick, Soho, Springfield, Stone Cross, Summer Hill, Swan Village, Tat Bank, The Knowle, Tibbington, Tippity Green, Tipton, Tipton GreenTitford, Tividale, Tividale Hall, Toll End, Turner’s Hill, Vicarage, Wednesbury, Warley Woods, Wednesbury, Wednesbury Oak, West Bromwich, West Smethwick, Whiteheath Gate, Wood Green, Wednesbury, The Woods, Yew Tree

Solihull

Bickenhill, Blythe, Birmingham, Castle Bromwich, Chelmsley Wood, Dorridge, Hockley Heath, Elmdon, Kingshurst and Fordbridge, Knowle, Lyndon, Meriden, Monspath, Shirley, Silhill, Smith’s Wood, St Alphege, Ulverley Green, Olton, Catherine-De-Barnes, Marston Green, Bentley Heath, Cheswick Green, Yardley Wood, Yardley, Hampton In Arden, Balsall Common, Hall GreenAcocks Green

Staffordshire

Cannock, Lichfield, Tamworth, Burntwood, Great Wyrley, Essington, Featherstone, Burton On Trent, Codsall, Fazeley, Hednesford, Kinver, North Canes, Penkridge, Rugeley, Shenstone, Stafford, Wilencote, Wombourne, BrownhillsWalsallSutton Coldfield

Walsall

Aldridge, Ashmore Lake, Barr Common, Bentley, Bentley West, Bescot, Birchills, Blakenall Heath, Bloxwich, Brownhills, Brownhills Common, Brownhills West, Butcroft, Caldmore, Catshill, Chuckery, Clayhanger, Coal Pool, County Bridge, Daisy Bank, Darlaston, Darlaston Green, Daw End, The Delves, Druid’s Heath, Dudley’s Fields, Fallings Heath, Fishley, Fullbrook, Gillity Village, Goscote, Harden, Hardwick, Heath End, Highbridge, Highgate, High Heath, Holly Bank, Keyway, King’s Hill, Lane Head, Leamore, Leighswood, Little Bloxwich, Little London, Moxley, New Invention, New Town, Old Moxley, Paddock, Palfrey, Park Hall, Pelsall, Pelsall Wood, Pheasey, Pleck, Pool Green, Pool Hayes, Reedswood, Rough Hay, Rushall, Ryecroft, Shelfield, Shepwell Green, Shire Oak, Short Heath, Spring Bank, Streetly, Stubbers Green, Tamebridge, Vigo, Wallington Heath, Walsall, Walsall Wood, Willenhall, Woods Bank

Warwickshire

A-B

Admington, Alcester, Alderminster, Alveston, Anker, Ansley, Ansty, Arley, Armscote, Arrow, Ashorne, Ashow, Astley, Aston Cantlow, Atherstone, Atherstone-on-Stour, Austrey, Avon Dassett, Baddesley Clinton, Baddesley Ensor, Balsall, Balsall Common, Baginton, Barcheston, Barford, Barnacle, Barston, Barton, Barton-on-the-Heath, Bascote, Baxterley, Bearley, Beaudesert, Beausale, Bentley, Bedworth, Berkswell, Bermuda, Bickenhill, Bidford-on-Avon, Billesley, Bilton, Binley Woods, Binton, Birdingbury, Bishop’s Itchington, Bishop’s Tachbrook, Blackdown, Bolehall, Bourton-on-Dunsmore, Brailes, Bramcote, Bramcote Mains, Brandon, Bretford, Brinklow, Broadwell, Bubbenhall, Budbrooke, Bulkington, Burmington, Burton Dassett, Burton Hastings, Bushwood, Butlers Marston

C-G

Caldecote, Cawston, Chadshunt, Chadwick End, Chapel Ascote, Chapel Green, Charlecote, Cherington, Chesterton, Church Lawford, Churchover, Claverdon, Clifford Chambers, Clifton-upon-Dunsmore, Coleshill, Combrook, Compton Verney, Compton Wynyates, Copston Magna, Corley, Cosford, Coughton, Cubbington, Curdworth, Darley Green, Darlingscott, Dordon, Dorridge, Dorsington, Draycote, Drayton Bassett, Dunchurch, Earlswood, Easenhall, Eastcote, Eathorpe, Eaves Green, Ettington, Exhall, Exhall (Stratford upon Avon), Farnborough, Fenny Compton, Fillongley, Flecknoe, Frankton, Fulbrook, Gaydon, Grandborough, Great Alne, Great Packington, Great Wolford, Grendon, Griff, Galley Common

H-L

Halford, Hampton in Arden, Hampton Lucy, Hampton Magna, Harborough Magna, Harbury, Hartshill, Haseley, Haseley Knob, Haselor, Hatton, Henley-in-Arden, Hill, Hill Wootton, Hodnell, Honiley, Honington, Houlton, Hunningham, Hunningham Hill, Hurley, Idlicote, Ilmington, Kenilworth, Keresley End, Kineton, Kingsbury, King’s Coughton, King’s Newnham, Kinwarton, Kites Hardwick, Ladbroke, Langley, Lapworth, Lea Marston, Leamington Hastings, Leamington Spa, Leek Wootton, Lighthorne, Lighthorne Heath, Little Alne, Little Compton, Little Lawford, Little Packington, Little Wolford, Long Compton, Long Itchington, Long Lawford, Long Marston, Lower Quinton, Lower Shuckburgh, Lower Tysoe, Lowsonford, Loxley, Luddington, Lye Green

M-S

Mancetter, Marlcliff, Marton, Maxstoke, Merevale, Middleton, Milcote, Milverton, Monks Kirby, Morton Bagot, Moreton Morrell, Moxhull, Napton-on-the-Hill, Nether Whitacre, Newbold-on-Avon, Newbold Pacey, Newnham, Newton, Newton Regis, No Man’s Heath, Northend, Norton Lindsey, Nuneaton, Offchurch, Oldberrow, Old Milverton, Over Whitacre, Oxhill, Pailton, Pathlow, Piccadilly, Pillerton Hersey, Pillerton Priors, Pinley Green, Polesworth, Preston Bagot, Preston-on-Stour, Princethorpe, Priors Hardwick, Priors Marston, Quinton, Radbourne, Radford Semele, Radway, Ratley, Rowington, Rugby, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Salford Priors, Sambourne, Sawbridge, Seckington, Sherbourne, Shilton, Shipston-on-Stour, Shotteswell, Shottery, Shrewley, Shustoke, Shuttington, Snitterfield, Southam, Spernall, Stareton, Stockton, Stoneleigh, Stoneton, Stourton, Stratford-upon-Avon, Stretton Baskerville, Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Stretton-on-Fosse, Stretton-under-Fosse, Studley, Sutton-under-Brailes

T-W

Tanworth-in-Arden, Temple Balsall, Temple Grafton, Temple Herdewyke, Thurlaston, Tiddington, Tidmington, Tredington, Tysoe, Ufton, Ullenhall, Upper Quinton, Upper Shuckburgh, Walcote, Wappenbury, Warmington, Warwick, Wasperton, Watergall, Water Orton, Weethley, Welford-on-Avon, Wellesbourne, Weston-on-Avon, Weston-under-Wetherley, Whatcote, Whichford, Whitchurch, Whitnash, Wibtoft, Willey, Willoughby, Wilmcote, Winderton, Wishaw, Withybrook, Wixford, Wolfhampcote, Wolston, Wolverton, Wolvey, Wood End (Atherstone), Wood End (Fillongley), Wood End (Stratford-on-Avon), Wootton Wawen, Wormleighton, Wroxall

Wolverhampton

Aldersley, All Saints, Ashmore Park, Bilston, Blakenhall, Bradley, Bradmore, Bunker’s Hill, Bushbury, Castlecroft, Chapel Ash, Claregate, Compton, Deansfield, Deepfields, Dovecotes, Dunstall Hill, East Park, Ettingshall, Ettingshall Park, Fallings Park, Finchfield, Fordhouses, Goldthorn Fields, Goldthorn Park, Gorsebrook, Graiseley, Green Lanes, Hall Green, Heath Town, Horseley Fields, Lanesfield, Low Hill, Lower Bradley, The Lunt, Merridale, Merry Hill, Monmore Green, Moseley Wolverhampton

Neachell, Newbolds, Newbridge, New Cross, Northycote, Oakfield, Old Fallings, Oxley, Palmer’s Cross, Park Dale, Parkfields, Park Village, Pendeford, Penn Fields, Penn, Perton, Portobello, Priestfield, Scotlands, Sedgley, Springfield, Spring Hill, Spring Vale, Stockwell End, Stow Heath, Stowlawn, Tettenhall, Tettenhall Wood, The Lunt, Trysull, Warstones, Wednesfield, Whitmore Reans, Wightwick, Wolverhampton, Wood End, Wood Hayes, Woodcross

Worcestershire

A – B

Ab Lench, Abberley, Abberton, Abbots Morton, Aggborough, Aldington, Alfred’s Well, Alfrick, Alfrick Pound, Alvechurch, Ankerdine Hill, Apes Dale, Areley Kings, Arrowfield Top, Ashton-under-Hill, Astley, Astley Burf, Astley Cross, Aston Bank, Aston Fields, Aston Somerville, Astwood Bank, Atch Lench, Axborough, Badgers Hill, Badsey, Balsall Heath, Bank’s Green, Bank Street, Barbourne, Barnards Green, Barnt Green, Barnettbrook, Bastonford, Batchley, Baughton, Bateman’s Green, Baughton, Baylis Green, Baynhall, Bayton, Bayton Common, Beach Hay, Beckford, Belbroughton, Bell End, Bell Heath, Bellevue

B

Bengeworth, Bentley, Beoley, Berrington, Berrington Green, Berrow, Berrow Green, Berry Hill, Besford, Besford Bridge, Besford Court, Bevere, Bewdley, Bickley, Birch Acre, Birch Berrow, Birchen Coppice, Birlingham, Birts Street, Birtsmorton, Bishampton, Bittell Reservoir, Blackminster, Blackmore End, Blackpole, Blackstone, Blackwell, Blakebrook, Blakedown, Blakeshall, Bliss Gate, Bluntington, Bockleton, Boreley, Bournes Green, Bournheath, Bouts, Bow Brook, Bowling Green, Bradley Green, Bransford, Branson’s Cross, Bredicot, Bredon, Bredon’s Hardwick, Bredons Norton, Bretford, Bretforton, Brickfields, Bricklehampton, Bridge End, Broad Alley, Broad Common, Broad Green, Brayswick, Broad Marston, Broadmore Green, Broadwas, Broadwater Down, Broadway, Brockamin, Brockencote, Brockleton, Bromsgrove, Brook End, Broom, Broome, Broombank, Broom Hill, Brotheridge Green, Broughton Green, Broughton Hackett, Brownheath Common, Bryan’s Green, Buckbury, Buckridge, Bugle Gate, Burcot, Burlish Park, Bury End, Bushley, Bushley Green

C

Cakebole, Callow End, Callow Hill, Callow Hill, Camers Green, Carpenter’s Hill, Castle Hill, Castlemorton, Catchems End, Catshill, Caunsall, Chadbury, Chaddesley Corbett, Chadwick, Chandler’s Cross, Charford, Charlton, Chatley, Chawson, Cherry Orchard, Childs Wickham, Church End, Church Lench, Churchill (near Worcester) Churchill (near Kidderminster), Cladswell, Claines, Cleeve Prior, Clent, Clevelode, Clifton, Clifton-upon-Teme, Clows Top, Cobley Hill, Cofton Hackett, Coles Green, Collett’s Green, Collins Green, Comhampton, Conderton, Cookhill, Cookley, Cooksey Green, Copcut, Cow Honeybourne, Cotheridge, Crabbs Cross, Cropthorne, Cross Bank, Crossway Green, Crowcroft, Crowle, Crowle Green, Crown East, Cruise Hill, Cutnail Green

D

Dagtail End, Darbys Green, Dawshill, Dayshouse Bank, Deblin’s Green, Defford, Diglis, Dines Green, Doddenham, Dodderhill, Dodford, Dordale, Dormston, Doverdale, Dowles, Dowles Brook, Drakelow, Drakes Broughton, Drakes Cross, Draycott, Drayton, Droitwich Spa, Druggers End, Dudley, Duckswich, Dunhampstead, Dunhampton, Dunley, Dunstall Common

E – G

Eachway, Eardiston, Earls Common, Earls Croome, Eastham, Eckington, Edgiock, Egdon, Elcock’s Brook, Eldersfield, Elmbridge, Elmley Castle, Elmley Lovett, Elms Green, Enfield, Evesham, Fairfield, Far Forest, Feckenham, Fernhill Heath, Fingerpost, Finstall, Fladbury, Fladbury Cross, Flyford Flavell, Foley Park, Footrid, Forhill, Foster’s Green, Four Pools, Foxlydiate, Franche, Frankley, Frankley Green, Frankley Hill, Frith Common, Frog Pool, Gilbert’s Coombe, Gilver’s Lane, Good’s Green, Goom’s Hill, Goosehill Green, Gorst Hill, Grafton, Grafton Flyford, Great Comberton, Great Dodford, Great Malvern, Great Witley, Greenhill, Greenlands, Green Lane, Green Street, Greenway, Greystones, Grimley, Grimes Hill, Grimley, Guarlford, Guller’s End

H

Habberley, Hackmans Gate, Hadley, Hadzor, Hagley, Hales Park, Hall Flat, Hallow, Hallow Heath, Ham Green, Hampton, Hampton Lovett, Hanbury, Hanley Castle, Hanley Child, Hanley Swan, Hanley William, Harbours Hill, Hardwick Green, Harpley, Hartle, Hartlebury, Hartlebury Common, Harvington, Hatfield, Hawbridge, Hawford, Headless Cross, Headley Heath, Heath Green, Heightington, Henbrook, Henwick, High Green, Highwood, Hill Croome, Hill End, Hill Furze, Hillhampton, Hillpool, Hill Side, Himbleton, Hindlip, Hinton Cross, Hinton-on-the-Green, Hoden, Holbeache, Holberrow Green, Holdfast, Holly Green, Hollybush, Hollywood, Holt, Holt End, Holt Fleet, Holt Heath, Holy Cross, Honeybourne, Hoobrook, Hook Bank, Hopwood, Horsham, Howsen, Huddington, Hunnington, Hunt End, Hurcott

I – L

Illey, Inkberrow, Inkford, Interfield, Ipsley, Kemerton, Kempsey, Kendal End, Kenswick, Kersoe, Kerswell Green, Kidderminster, King’s End, King’s Green, Kingsford, Kingswood Common, Kington, Knighton-on-Teme, Kinnersley, Knightwick, Knowle Fields, Kyre, Kyre Green, Kyre Park, Kyrewood, Ladywood, Lakeside, Laughern Hill, Leadon, Lea End, Leapgate, Leigh, Leigh Brook, Leigh Sinton, Lem Hill, Lenchwick, Libbery, Lickey, Licky End, Lickhill, Lincomb, Lindridge, Lineholt, Lineholt Common, Linkend, Linthurst, Little Beckford, Little Comberton, Little Eastbury, Little Inkberrow, Little London, Little Malvern, Little Witley, Littleworth, Lodge Park, Long Bank, Long Green, Longdon, Longdon Heath, Longdon Hill End, Longley Green, Longbridge, Longdon, Low Habberley, Lower Bentley, Lower Broadheath, Lower Clent, Lower Howsell, Lower Illey, Lower Moor, Lower Sapey, Lower Strensham, Lower Town, Lower Westmancote, Lower Wick, Lower Wolverton, Lulsley, Lydiate Ash, Lye, Lye Head

M – O

Madeley Heath, Madresfield, Majors Green, Malvern, Malvern Common, Malvern Link, Malvern Hills, Malvern Wells, Mamble, Marlbrook, Marsh End, Martin Hussingtree, Martley, Matchborough, Menithwood, Mere Green, Middle Littleton, Monkwood Green, Moons Moat, Moor End, Morton Spirt, Moseley, Mount Pleasant, Murcot, Mustow Green, Napleton, Nash End, Naunton, Naunton Beauchamp, Neight Hill, Netherton, New End, Newbridge Green, Newland, Newland Common, Newnham, Newnham Bridge, Nineveh, Norchard, Noah’s Green, Norchard, North Littleton, North Malvern, North Piddle, Northwick, Norton, Norton, Noutard’s Green, Oakall Green, Ockeridge, Oddingley, Offenham, Offenham Cross, Old Hills, Old Storridge Common, Oldfield, Oldswinford, Oldwood, Ombersley, Orleton, Overbury

P – R

Park End, Park Gate, Pebworth, Pedmore, Pendock, Pensax, Pensham, Peopleton, Perryfields, Pershore, Phepson, Pin’s Green, Pink Green, Pinstones, Pinvin, Piper’s End, Piper’s Hill, Pirton, Pixham, Podmoor, Pole Elm, Poolbrook, Pound Bank, Pound Bank, Powick, Primsland, Queenhill, Radford, Rainbow Hill, Ramsden, Rashwood, Redcross, Redditch, Rhydd, Rhydd Green, Ribbesford, Ripple, Riverside, Rochford, Rock, Romsley, Romsley Hill, Ronkswood, Ross Green, Rous Lench, Rowney Green, Rubery, Rumbow Cottages, Rushock, Rushwick, Ryall, Rye Cross, Rye Street

S

Sale Green, Saleway, Salwarpe, Sandford, Sankyns Green, Sedgeberrow, Severn Stoke, Sharpway Gate, Shatterford, Shell, Shelsley Beauchamp, Shelsley Walsh, Shenstone, Sheriff’s Lench, Shernal Green, Sherrardspark, Shoulton, Shrawley, Sidemoor, Silver Street, Slideslow, Sinton, Sinton Green, Slades Green, Sledge Green, Smallwood, Smite Hill, Smith End Green, Sneachill, Snead Common, Sneads Green, South Littleton, Spennells, Spetchley, St. Godwalds, St. Johns, St. Michaels, St. Peter the Great, Southcrest, Southwood, Stakenbridge, Stanbrook, Stanford Bridge, Stanford-on-Teme, Stanklyn, Staple Hill, Stitchin’s Hill, Stock Green, Stock Wood, Stockton-on-Teme, Stoke Bliss, Stoke Heath, Stoke Pound, Stoke Prior, Stoke Wharf, Stone, Stonebow, Stonehall, Stonepits, Stoney Hill, Stoulton, Stourbridge, Stourport-on-Severn, Strensham, Structon’s Heath, Suckley, Suckley Green, Suckley Knowl, Summerfield, Summerhill, Sytchampton

T – U

Tanner’s Green, Tanwood, Tardebigge, Tenbury Wells, The Bourne, The Burf, The Grove, The Gutter, The Hook, The Hyde, The Lakes, The Rampings, The Walshes, Throckmorton, Tibberton, Timberhonger, Titton, Tolladine, Torto, Trimpley, Trotshill, Trueman’s Heath, Tunnel Hill, Tutnall, Uckinghall, Ullington, Uphampton, Upper Arley, Upper Bentley, Upper Broadheath, Upper Broadhead, Upper Catshill, Upper Gambolds, Upper Ham, Upper Haselor, Upper Howsell, Upper Moor, Upper Rotchford, Upper Strensham, Upper Welland, Upper Wick, Upper Wolverton, Upton Snodsbury, Upton St. Leonards, Upton-upon-Severn, Upton Warren

W – Y

Wadborough, Walcot, Walton Pool, Waresley, Warndon, Weatheroak Hill, Webheath, Welland, Welland Stone, West End, West Hagley, West Malvern, Westlands, Westmancote, Weston-sub-Edge, White End, White Ladies Aston, Whittington, Wichenford, Wick, Wick Episcopi, Wickhamford, Wilden, Wildmoor, Willow Green, Winnall, Winyates, Winyates Green, Withybed Green, Witnells End, Witton, Witton Hill, Wollaston, Wolverley, Wood Green, Wood Norton, Woodcote Green, Woodgate, Woodgates Green, Woodmancote, Woodrow, Woodrow, Woodsfield, Woolmere Green, Worcester, Worms Ash, Wribbenhall, Wychbold, Wyre Piddle, Wythall, Yarhampton, Yarhampton Cross

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