Kent Windscreen Repairs offer cheap prices in Hythe, Kent for windscreen repairs and replacements. Call now!

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Cheap windscreens in Hythe Kent!

 

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   Mob - 07817 173776

 Office - 01795 539488

 

Who we are and what we have to offer 

 

Kent windscreen repairs is an Independently owned company.

 If you have third party fire & theft insurance and you do not have windscreen cover you have come to the right windscreen company.

 Kent Windscreen Repairs are able to offer the public the cheapest prices possible, when it comes to windscreen repair and windscreen replacement in the Hythe area. This is due to our low over heads and due to the fact that we want repeat custom.

 We have a technician that serves Hythe 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

 So if you live in Hythe and you are looking for a cheap windscreen repair or cheap windscreen replacement then give us a try!

 All of our windscreen work carries a 12 month guarantee.

 

 

               

 

 About Hythe

 

Hythe is a small coastal market town on the edge of Romney Marsh, in the District of Shepway (derived from Sheep Way) on the south coast of Kent. The word Hythe or Hithe is an Old English word meaning Haven or Landing Place.

The town has Medieval and Georgian buildings, as well as a Saxon/Norman church on the hill and a Victorian seafront promenade. Hythe was once defended by two castles, Saltwood and Lympne. The Town Hall, a former Guildhall, was built in 1794, its fireplace designed by the Adam Brothers.

Hythe's market once took place in Market Square (now Red Lion Square) close to where there is now a Farmers' Market every second and fourth Saturday of the month. Hythe has gardening, horse riding, bowling, tennis, cricket, football, squash and sailing clubs. Lord Deedes was patron of Hythe Civic Society, and the hounds of The East Kent Hunt are kennelled in nearby Elham.

As an important Cinque Port Hythe once possessed a bustling harbour which, over the past three hundred years, has now disappeared due to silting. Hythe was once the central Cinque Port, between Hastings and New Romney to the west and Dover and Sandwich to the east.