Here at Cornwall Computer Repairs, we take 100% pride in our work provided to you as a customer. We offer a pickup and drop off service in Millbrook, Cornwall.

On hand to provide computing advice and technical support, we offer a no fix, no fee guarantee here at Cornwall Computer Repairs

Whether there is a problem with your laptop screen, your hard drive is making a strange noise or your computer keeps freezing, we provide a fast and efficient repair service for      Laptops and PC’s, some of which include:

  • Laptop cracked screens
  • Power socket replacement (DC Socket)
  • Hard disk replacement
  • Virus removal
  • Data recovery
  • Laptop keyboard replacement
  • Replacement laptop power leads and batteries
  • Laptop & PC memory upgrades
  • Overheating or freezing issues
  • Error messages or nothing visible on screen
  • Windows is not loading or Windows is just looping

Millbrook (CornishGovermelin) is a civil parish and village in southeast Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is situated on the Rame Peninsula four miles (6.5 km) south of Saltash.[1] The population of Millbrook was 2,033 in the 2001 census, increasing to 2,214 at the 2011 census.[2]

Millbrook is at the head of a tidal creek which has been dammed since 1977 as a flood prevention measure. The resulting pool and wetlands are a birdwatching site.

The seal of the borough of Millbrook was a mill with waterwheel in a stream of water amid trees and hounds, with the legend “Sigillum de Millbrookia”.

he modern parish church is dedicated to All Saints.[4] The parish was created from part of Maker parish in 1869.[5] The village also has a Methodist chapel.[6]

The Black Prince Parade takes place on (May Day bank holiday).[7] During mid-morning, a procession of dancers and singers parade through Millbrook and the neighbouring villages of Kingsand and Cawsand, stopping at chosen houses and inns on the way. They carry with them a boat decorated with all the available spring flowers. In the evening, the boat is launched onto the water, with an accompanying firework display. The ritual has been carried out in Millbrook since the 14th century, and is thought to be pagan in origin