It is, as the seasonal song tells us, the most wonderful time of the year.


The Festive Period.

The run up to Christmas.

Here at our HQ in London, the team are all looking forward to the celebrations that lie ahead, taking a much-deserved break, enjoying the season and all that it entails.

First things first, though. There’s still a lot to be done.

This tends to rank among our busiest periods on the calendar, with more and more people getting the message that their homes and businesses, properties and premises could be made more secure and that this is the perfect time to do something about it.

Christmas is supposed to be a time for giving. That there are those intent on taking is a fact that cannot be ignored.

In order to help our customers ensure their properties (domestic and commercial) are as secure as possible, we’ll be open for business until 5pm on December 23rd.

Need assistance in the meantime? Be sure to get in touch as soon as possible. Don’t leave it until it’s too late.

Once the team has clocked off for Christmas, we’re not due to return until January 5th.

It’s our great hope (as always) that, when we do report back for duty in the New Year, there’ll be no tales about Christmas crime spoiling festive fun for us to hear.

This is important to us.

Christmas is such a special time and we’re determined to do our bit to ensure that our customers, old and new, can negotiate it crime-free.

Given all that has been achieved in the crime prevention field during 2014, we like to think that prospects have improved.

The products available are getting more effective all the time and the message is starting to have an impact. This is no time to become complacent, but great progress is being made.

Here at William Channon, we’d like to thank all our clients and customers, our suppliers and manufacturers, our followers and friends and everyone else involved with our business for helping make 2014 such a memorable year. We wish EVERYBODY a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Have a great time this December and savour the Festive Period and the run up to Christmas.

It is, as the seasonal song tells us, the most wonderful time of the year.