Locksmith March

Emergency 24 hr Service line: 01945 583530 / 07767 412354

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Anglia Locksmiths March are a local locksmith company for the Market town of March, Cambridgeshire. There is a larger percentage of elderly residents in March than the National average for a town and as such we would like to make our customers aware that we are able to supply and install an outside key safe to your property, should you require it. Anglia locksmiths are able to open, repair, replace and fit all types of locks and we have no call out fees. Our mobile locksmith service offers many services including key cutting for both buildings and cars (Auto Locksmith March). For a free quote and estimate please call Anglia Locksmiths today!

    • All of our work is guaranteed
    • We Use non Destructive Entry Methods
    • Fast, Reliable, Friendly Service
    • Private Home Owners, Local Councils, Police, Schools, Tennants, Colleges, Letting Agents, Bailiffs & Warrant Work

Our friendly team of locksmiths are always on hand and offer a 24hr emergency locksmith service to March and surrounding areas.

For all your hardware needs visit our hardware store in Wisbech just a short drive away from March town, our fully stocked shop has hundreds of locks and all kinds of hardware.

Locksmith MarchWe are a family run and owned business and have lived and worked in the Cambridgeshire community for over 50 Years. As such we understand the needs of the residents of March and we are here to help you with any locksmithing/Auto Locksmithing enquiry.

Auto Locksmith March

  • Locksmith March
  • Auto/Car Locksmiths March
  • Key Cutting
  • Lost Car Keys Replaced
  • Lock Opening
  • Open A Locked Vehicle

Please keep enquiries outside of normal working hours just for emergencies only our 24hr locksmith service is only available to urgent matters.


We cover the Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire areas including March, Benwick, Doddington, Manea, Westry and Wimblington.

Photo of March Town Hall © Colin Smith / CC BY-SA 2.0