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Weddings coach hire

Norwich Coach Hire offers a fleet of minibus, coaches, and taxi cabs for hire Norwich and surrounding areas. We are the number one providers in all areas, where post codes start with “NR,” with consistently high scores for customer satisfaction, and hundreds of positive reviews to our credit.

Customers prefer us over our competition for several reasons. All our coaches are modern, comfortable, and come fitted with all amenities to make the journey comfortable, All our drivers are skilled and experienced, competent in safe driving practises, and conversant in taking the detours to avoid traffic jams, so that you can maintain your schedule. We offer a fast and simple booking process, and our customer support team is very helpful in accommodating any special requests that you may have. Above all, we offer unbeatable lowest prices.

A wedding is very stressful, and requires managing many variables, without adding to the stress of transporting friends and relatives to various functions, including the church, reception, stag do or hen do night, and other functions. When you opt for minibus hire in Norwich from, you leave all your transportation related worries and stress to us. We work with your representatives to arrange for a vehicle that fits your group size, so that your group can continue the fun, and socialising in the vehicle.

Apart from wedding transfers, we specialise in all other group transportation requirements, including airport transfers, day trips and excursions, school trips, concert transfers, sport events transfers, transfers to race courses and golf clubs, corporate transfers to events and exhibitions, and more.

Norwich, a county town in Norfolk with a population of 213,166 (2011 census), is connected to the A47 highway, and has trains run by East Anglia. The city, once the capital of England before London, has plenty of attractions that date back to ancient times, such as Norwich Castle, Norwich Cathedral, St. Peter Mancroft, and St. John the Baptist Cathedral, and Cow Tower. The Theatre Royal, Middlemarket Theatre, Norwich Puppet Theatre, and Norwich Arts Centre are the major venues for regular shows and plays. The Maddermarket Theatre dates back to 1921, and is the first permanent recreation of an Elizabethan theatre.The city has a number of museums, including the Norwich Castle Museum, and the Strumpshaw Hall Steam Museum. The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is that take place in may every year, is the major festival in the city.