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A future president of a small African country held his medical practice here just after the Second World War.
Any doctor worthy of his salt would champion the health-promoting features of the natural wooden floor. Compared to a carpet with its repository of dust, mites and potential allergy-inducers, the simplicity of sweeping a floor has huge advantages.
So make sure nothing can shelter within your floors by keeping them smooth and free from digs and marks.Creating a new surface is a straightforward job..
When you call upon the specialists in wood floor repair and restoration.
The Harlesden Floor Sanding Professionalists!
☆ You Need:1. Reliability: From a friendly family company 2. Experience: Hundreds of floors restored over the past twenty years 3. Expertise: Transforming floors of every type – hardwood boards or parquet blocks – whatever their age or level of condition.
☆ And here’s what you’ll get:The complete wooden floor restoration service:
- Repair and realignment of blocks and boards
- Restoring damaged areas with new or reclaimed materials
- Sanding away old paint and sealant
- Staining to match your decor
- Resealing with oil, hard wax or lacquer – for a fresh layer of protection.
☆ All Finished to Highest Standards:Using only premium quality materials for a hardwearing finish that stays looking good.
☆ And With 99% Free Dusting:For minimal mess and disruption to your domestic or commercial schedule.
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Dr Hastings Banda (he chose his name from a Scottish missionary he admired) was a farmer’s son, born in the landlocked southern African country of Nyasaland at the end of the 19th century.
Coming to England, he qualified as a doctor in the US and later worked as a GP in Harlesden. Returning to his home country, he became involved with the independence movements that led to African decolonisation in the 1950s and 60s.
He became the first Prime Minister of Malawi in 1964, then President for Life for over thirty years from 1966.
This unmarried and puritanical Elder of the Church of Scotland kept his country of some seven million people under authoritarian – yet pro-Western – rule