Lowton

Historically a part of Lancashire, Lowton’s (population 11012) early history is marked by its presence of Byrom Manor, the ancestral home of Byroms, the family that included poet John Byrom who invented a system of shorthand. In 1830 Parkside, Newton le Willows, near Lowton, was the site of the world’s first fatal passenger train crash, when Liverpool MP William Huskisson was killed after being hit by George Stephenson’s Rocket locomotive during the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway.
The Hare and Hounds public house, built in the 17th Century, was once used as a place to hold
trials of local criminals, including murders.

TESTIMONIALS

“I would be happy to recommend your services to others”. – Mrs D. Heyes, Lowton.

“We used Houseproud Cleaning for an end of lease clean on Wednesday 29th April. I am just writing to say how pleased we are with the professionalism shown by your company and by the two girls that did the cleaning in our apartment, and also how pleased we are with the quality of the cleaning. If the opportunity arose we would definitely use your company again and/or recommend your company to others. Thank you very much. As a result of the excellent job done we received our whole deposit back. “. – Andrea & Ryan, Lowton.