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Following on from National Home Security Month that took place in October, our very own Norman Hornigold took to the airwaves to share his top tips for keeping Phoenix 98 FM listeners’ homes safe and secure this winter.
The festive season offers a plethora of tempting prospects to determined burglars, where hundreds of thousands of homes are left empty and vulnerable every year as homeowners throughout Essex, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, and the South East visit family and friends for a bit of festive cheer. But these worrying facts are definitely not a cheery prospect;
Working in the South East home improvement sector for decades, Norman joined Michelle Ward on the mid-morning show ‘Eat My Brunch’ to discuss all things home security related.
Back in July, Norman also featured on Phoenix 98 FM ‘Eat My Brunch’ show to talk about our Community Giveaway Project 2019.
103-year-old veteran Norman Boughton-Smith was announced as this years’ Community Giveaway winner last month, after being nominated by a family friend who wanted to bring an end to his draughty living room due to inefficient windows.
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