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Lemon Fresh Marketing

The Ultimate Lead Nurture And Customer Management System For Cleaning Business Owners

Lemon Fresh Marketing

Unit 1, 156 Vale Rd, Worcester Park KT4 7ED
Worcester Park Surrey KT4 7ED
United kingdom


Business Description

"A Specialist Internet Marketing Service and Technology Provider working with Professional Cleaning Companies to Generate, Automate, Nurture and Convert new leads. Benefits of working with us: Respond and communicate faster with your prospects. Keep your sales pipeline consistently full and organised in one easy to manage place. Prospects will be able to easily schedule site visits or appointments with you. You'll be able to offer a better overall experience for prospects to connect with your business."

Business Hours

Monday8:30 AM–6 PM
Tuesday8:30 AM–6 PM
Wednesday8:30 AM–6 PM
Thursday8:30 AM–6 PM
Friday8:30 AM–6 PM

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About Worcester Park

Worcester Park is a suburban town in South West London, England. It lies in the London boroughs of Sutton and Kingston, and partly in the Surrey borough of Epsom and Ewell. The area is 10 miles (16 km) southwest of Charing Cross. The suburb's population was 16,031 at the time of the 2001 census. The suburb comprises the Worcester Park ward, an electoral area of the London Borough of Sutton with a population in 2011 of 11,655, as well as the Cuddington ward, an electoral area of Epsom and Ewell, which had a population of 5,791 at the time of the 2001 census.The Worcester Park post town, which is coterminous with the KT4 postcode district, covers all of the suburb and also extends into Old Malden. The Beverley Brook runs through Worcester Park, alongside Green Lane and past Green Lane Primary School and Cheam Common Junior School for the special needs, traversing up to Cuddington Recreation Ground. Green Lane appears in the Domesday Book. The Huntsmans Hall (now The Brook) was situated on what was the far boundary of a hunting ground for Henry VIII. == History == === Early history === Worcester Park takes its name from the 4th Earl of Worcester, who was appointed Keeper of the Great Park of Nonsuch in 1606. The area was once part of the Great Park which covered around 1100 acres and was adjacent to the Little Park which contained Nonsuch Palace of Henry VIII. Both parks were originally used as deer parks. Henry VIII had obtained the land from Sir Richard de Codington.

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