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Alloy Wheel Refurbishment Wokingham

Welcome to warfield wheels your professional alloy wheel refurbishers. Warfield Wheels have been refurbishing alloy wheels for over a decade and have over 30 years experience in alloy wheel repairs. Most Alloys can be refurbished to brand new again. To see how we do it visit our Alloy Wheel Refurbishment Process page or Contact Us for more information.

Alloy Wheel Repair Wokingham

Repairing alloy wheels is one of the processes that we at warfield wheels pride ourselves on. With state of the art machinary and tools we gaurantee to bring your alloy wheels back to new again. Not only do we repair and refurbish the outside rim we also refurbish the inside of every alloy. For the more daring person who likes to stand out we offer a custom paint service for a funky finish.

Find Us

Warfield Wheels
Unit 12 Scotts Industrial Estate
Wokingham
Berkshire
RG12 8TD
07738 827 980

5 mins from junction 10 on the M4 behind the john nike ski slope and ice rink.

Fact About Wokingham

Wokingham was once famous for its bull-baiting. In 1661 George Staverton left a bequest in his will giving two bulls to be tethered in the Market Place and baited by dogs on St. Thomas' Day (21 December) each year. The bulls were paraded around the town a day or two before the event and then locked in the yard of the original Rose Inn which was situated on the site of the present-day Superdrug store. People travelled from miles around to see the dangerous spectacle. A number of dogs would be maimed or killed during the event and the bulls were eventually destroyed. The meat and leather were distributed amongst the poor people of the town. Some of the spectators also sustained fatal injuries. In 1794 on the morning after the bull-baiting Elizabeth North was found dead and covered with bruises. In 1808 55 year-old Martha May died after being hurt by fighters in the crowd. The cruel 'sport' was prohibited by the Corporation in 1821 but bulls were still provided at Christmas and the meat distributed to the poor. Bull-baiting was banned by Act of Parliament in 1833.