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Spotlight on St. Helens

Minster Cleaning provides office and commercial cleaning services throughout the UK, not only to the major cities but also to many of the smaller towns & villages. It is a long-established brand that delivers reliable, high quality and great value cleaning to over 5000 organisations.

We are so proud of our local cleaning heritage, including office cleaning in St. Helens, that we are running a series of articles on some of these localities to spotlight business areas and local places of interest.

St. Helens is a town in Merseyside north of the river Mersey. It is located in the historical county of Lancashire and the metropolitan county of Merseyside with close links to the M6, M62 and M57 motorways. St. Helens lies to the east of Liverpool and the west of Manchester, north of Widnes and northwest of Warrington.

Areas of St. Helens include Windlehurst, Haresfinch, Laffak, Merton Bank, Ashtons Green, Sutton, Ravenhead, Eccleston, Windle and Denton’s Green.

St. Helens has several industrial areas that contribute to its economy. Some of the prominent industrial areas in St. Helens include:

  1. Helens Industrial Estate: St. Helens Industrial Estate is one of the main industrial areas in the town, accommodating businesses across various sectors, including manufacturing, engineering, logistics, distribution, and service providers.
  2. Gerards Park: Gerards Park is another significant industrial estate in St. Helens, hosting a mix of industrial and commercial enterprises. It accommodates businesses involved in manufacturing, construction, trade services, and technology.
  3. Europark Industrial Estate: Europark Industrial Estate is located to the south of St. Helens town centre and hosts businesses across sectors such as manufacturing, logistics, distribution, and trade services.
  4. Haydock Industrial Estate: While technically located in the neighbouring town of Haydock, Haydock Industrial Estate is significant for St. Helens’ economy. It accommodates a variety of businesses, including manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, and logistics companies.
  5. Millfield Lane Industrial Estate: Situated to the northeast of St. Helens town centre, Millfield Lane Industrial Estate hosts businesses involved in manufacturing, engineering, construction, and trade services.

These industrial areas play a crucial role in supporting St. Helens’ economy by providing employment opportunities, fostering business growth, and contributing to the local infrastructure and supply chain networks. They reflect St. Helens’ status as a key centre for manufacturing, logistics, and commerce in Merseyside.