Goron presenting the winner with her Dyson DC33 Stubborn just in time for Christmas 2011.
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We are giving one lucky person a £25 voucher to be used in Mannings Bar and Restaurant. Like our page and status on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cornwallcarpetcleaners to be in with a chance. Winner will be announced on the 10th February 2014
Our new advertising hoarding on the half way line at Bodmin Town FC. Go to our gallery at http://www.carpetknights.co.uk/about-carpet-knights-cornwall/video-and-picture-gallery/ to see the work we did in their club house.
On Saturday the 10th of December, Sarah and Rhea took part in the annual Santa fun run in Falmouth raising money for Cornwall Hospice Care.
**COMPETITION TIME** Win yourself AND a friend a carpet clean in a room of your choice. Like our Facebook page, ‘Like’ AND share this status and once we reach 700 ‘likers’ we’ll draw someone. Good luck x Click here for Facebook
We are happy to announce that we have a new addition to the Carpet Knights team. Jamie May started working with Carpet Knights in October 2011. Jamie is taking on the role of carpet and upholstery cleaning technician and once he has completed his training period will be working along side Jason.
On Saturday 30th April from 7pm till 10pm in aid of the Special Care Baby Unit at Treliske, there will be a charity auction fundraising event at The Star Inn, Vogue, St Day. Carpet Knights have donated £100 worth of our services to this great cause who many people across the county have or will […]
For the second year running Carpet Knights have supplied Blackwater School with a prize for their raffle. The donation was £50 worth of carpet cleaning.
On the 19th August we took reciept of our new van from the Plymouth and Cornwall Van Centre in Saltash. It is an environmentally friendly Vauxhall Combo 1.3 cdti and will help us cover our increasing demand and also get into those tight coastal villages that our bigger vans struggle with.