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Twickenham Minibus Hire Service: About us 

Are you in the market for minibus hire in Twickenham or the wider area? Well the Twickenham Minibus Hire service team are here to provide transport for you, wherever you need to travel. Our professional, reliable and economic minibus hire service is here today to provide you with what our customers recommend us for: outstanding customer service and the most professional minibus hire service in Twickenham. Our first rate chauffeurs will safely drive you in our Volvos and Iveco coaches, our Mercedes 16 Seater and Ford Transit minibuses, wherever and whenever you want them to take you, twenty four hours a day.
Our Services: 
Do you have a wedding or a funeral to attend and need transport? tell us today. Need a lift to the airport and picked up again when you get back? We’re here for you.  
In fact, whatever the occasion, we’ll cover your trip: stag and hen do’s, parties, day trips, tours, music festivals, arts festivals, sporting events, theatre visits, birthday parties, or just a night on the town. Whatever the occasion, we’re the ones to help you.  
So make the most of our service now, give us a call today or you can contact us on-line: our fleet awaits your command! 
Twickenham is found in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, some 10 miles south west of central London. Widely known as the home of the Rugby Football Union, the area is home to the world’s largest Rugby Stadium, Twickenham Stadium. Despite its well known modern status, the town also features Marble Hill, York House and Strawberry Hill House, all grand period mansions that are accessible to the public. Going further back in time, Twickenham first gets a documented mention in 704 AD, although evidence has been found of occupation of the area as far back as the early Neolithic period. Through Norman times up to the 18th century the area was known for farming, but with the industrial revolution emerging in Britain, the area gradually developed, and by the 19th century it had become a popular contemporary residential area. The town continues to grow to the present day, and its current population is now over 52,000 people.