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We would like to inform all our customers that our factory/offices at Bradley Fold Industrial Estate will be CLOSED from Thursday 15th August until Monday 2nd September. We will not be able to make, fit or deliver any orders during this time. We will reopen and begin processing orders again on 2nd September. Our shop on Water Street in Radcliffe will be open as normal.

New Showroom – Open Now!

We are pleased to announce that our New Valley Blinds Showroom is now open in Radcliffe!

This will make us more accessible to our customers as it is open weekends and late evenings as well as during the day.

Opening Hours:     Monday                    10am – 7pm

                                         Tuesday                     10am – 7pm

                                         Wednesday            10am – 7pm

                                         Thursday                  10am – 7pm

                                         Friday                          10am – 6pm

                                         Saturday                    10am – 4pm

                                         Sunday                        11am – 3pm

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Address :-

Valley Blinds, 90 Water Street, Radcliffe, Manchester M26 4BE


Member of the ‘Make it Safe’ campaign

Child Safety Device

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All our Window blinds come with a safety device for cords and chains which must be kept out of reach of babies and small children and there are many solutions for new and existing blinds. Examine every blind in your home. If they have a looped control chain or cord and do not have a safety device fitted then you can easily install one of the many devices available.

All Blind cords and chains should be fitted in a position so it cannot be reached by child.

Make sure that there isn’t anything near the windows to enable a small child or baby to climb.

Make It Safe

We are members of the Make it Safe Campaign

The British Blind and Shutter Association (BBSA) launched the Make it Safe campaign in 2009 campaigning for safer blinds. The BBSA welcomes the mandatory requirements for internal blinds. The Make it Safe campaign was established by the BBSA to ensure effective development of standards for internal window blinds and to provide appropriate safety advice to homeowners and those responsible for public and commercial buildings.

Standard Development

The BBSA has worked with European standards bodies to ensure the development of new standards for internal window blinds. Published at the end of February 2014 in the UK these standards will define a safe product under the General Product Safety Regulations and the BBSA fully supports the legal requirements this will place on the entire industry.

In effect this will mean any trader manufacturing, importing, selling or installing window blinds must comply with these standards by law.

The BBSA is pleased to see that there are also new standards regarding the testing of safety devices themselves so consumers can buy retrofit items safe in the knowledge they are fit for purpose.

Information and Advice

Since 2009 the BBSA has supplied over 1,300,000 Make it Safe brochures to consumers, child care and health professionals across the UK. The original Make it Safe brochure is also available in Welsh, Polish and Gaelic.

The internationally recognised Make it Safe video helps to communicate how to make existing blinds safer and what to consider when considering new blinds.

The BBSA has provided tens of thousands of safety devices free of charge to members of the public irrespective of where they bought their blind.

We have provided RoSPA with subsidised and free safety devices and brochures to support their work. RoSPA have provided in excess of 430,000 packs as part of their work with the Make it Safe campaign.

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How to measure your Slats

How to measure your Slats for vertical window blinds

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Please measure from the top of the fabric to the bottom of the fabric.

To measure for your new replacement vertical fabrics, simply remove once of your existing fabrics and lay it on a flat surface. Carefully measure the length of the fabric using a metal tape measure. Note the exact size of the slat, do not make any allowances or additions to account for the size of the pockets.Be careful to select the correct unit of measure (i.e. cm, mm or inches)

The fabrics will be made to the exact size that you provide we will not make any adjustments. This will ensure a perfect fit.

How To Measure Slats