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Wrightington Wigan & Leigh NHS Foundation Trust (WW&L NHS)

Argus Fire and Security, install and maintain Monitored Intruder Alarms, Fire Alarms, CCTV & Access Control Systems to the highest standard for WW&L NHS Foundation Trust.

In January 2015 Argus started the new Access Control Systems upgrades for WW&L NHS across the Trust.


Argus Fire and Security, are an approved installer for Wigan Council. In August 2012 we completed a large Intruder Alarm upgrade at Fred Longworth High School for this local authority.

We were trusted to carry out the councils first installation to the new 2010 standards which came in force in June 2012.
Argus work very closely with Wigan Council. Since 2013, we have carried out over £200,000.00 of work for this local authority, including a full CCTV upgrade at Scholes village flats, the new security systems at the new Waste Transfer Station, and much more.


Argus Fire and Security install and maintain Security Systems for schools throughout Salford, in Cadishead, Eccles, Irlam, and Little Hulton. Argus have maintained the Intruder Alarm, access Control and CCTV System’s for schools in Salford since 1987, including a

£50,000 CCTV installation in the old Hope High School in Pendleton in 2008.

In recent years Argus have won the trust of many schools within the Salford Area and now look after the Fire Safety Systems for many of these schools. Argus are NSI gold approved for Security Systems and Fire Detection Systems.


In 2003 Argus installed the new Intruder Alarm System at Craven Swimming Pool. The council have trusted Argus to monitor and maintain the system since 2003. In 2015 Argus were awarded the Intruder Alarm system upgrade, as well as the Fire Alarm system upgrade and CCTV maintenance on this site. In 2016 Argus continued to build on our relationship with this authority securing CCTV works on another to sites.


Argus Fire and Security are approved by Trafford Council to install, maintain and repair Security Systems for this local authority within the Trafford area.

Argus have been working for Schools within Trafford since 2007. Argus were awarded their most recent contract from Trafford in July 2014.


In 2012 Argus Fire and Security completed the new security installations at St Margarets Primary School in Orford, these systems include Monitored Intruder Alarms, CCTV and also a comprehensive PC Based Access Control System.


Argus Fire and Security, install and maintain Security Systems within the city of Liverpool. In 2010 Argus installed the new Intruder Alarm, Access Control and Monitored CCTV Systems at Faith Primary School in Liverpool and this is typical of many systems we maintain for schools within the city.


Argus Monitor and Maintain Security and Fire Alarm Systems for a number of schools in the Lancashire area. In 2015 Argus were awarded the contracts for St Francis of Assisi RC Primary School and St Richards Catholic Primary School in Skelmersdale.


In 2003 Argus were awarded and completed the new Intruder Alarm and CCTV Systems at Leigh Fire Station. This is testament to the type of installations that Argus are trusted to carry out.


“Argus installed my new police response security alarm in April 2016. After bad experiences with other contractors, I was anxious to say the least, the work was completed with no mess in a timely manor and I am very pleased with my new system. Thank you Argus for such a professional service from start to end, I will certainly recommend you in the future.”

Charlie Gallagher


“I have used Argus Fire and Security Ltd for many years. I trust them to provide Intruder Alarms and CCTV for my home and business. Argus has always been trustworthy and reliable and I would happily recommend them as an Alarm and Security company. Thank you, Argus.”

Mr. A Lems.

Standish Dental Practice

“Argus Security Systems, I have been very impressed with the alarm expertise, politeness, and professionalism displayed by every person at your company that I have had contact with – right through from the initial enquiry to installation.”

Mrs Lee