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LSM Piano Removals


Northampton, Northamptonshire NN4 8JH
England

Fully insured piano removals throughout the UK and Europe

LSM Pianos Ltd

9 Rothersthorpe Avenue
Rothersthorpe Ind. Estate
Northampton, Northamptonshire NN4 8JH
England

LSM Pianos Ltd. was established back in 1979. We sell our own range of Halle & Voight pianos both to the retail and trade markets along with the ...

Anita Swales

33 Denbigh Road
Northampton, Northamptonshire NN3 3HF
England

I teach the piano for all ages and abilities.

Karen Hicks Piano

19 New street
Earls barton
Northampton, Northamptonshire Nn6 0nn
England

Friendly and patient piano teacher, 17 years experience.

LSM Pianos Hire

Unit 9 Rothersthorpe Ave
Northampton, Northamptonshire NN4 8JH
England

Nationwide coverage 110cm uprights upto Yamaha C7 Grand Short or long term Older styles available for Theatre,TV and Photographic use

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