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Stevenage Minibus hire: About us 

Stevenage minibus hire, are based here in Hertfordshire. We provide minibus hire in Stevenage and the wider area, offering an economical minibus hire service. Our service comes recommended by our satisfied customers who love our customer service and the high level of professionalism we offer when bringing you our comprehensive minibus hire service. With Ford Transits and Mercedes 16-seaters, we are well equipped to address all your minibus hire requirements, our Iveco coaches and lovely Volvos are also at you call, today. Offering the best service, a spacious comfortable and relaxed trip in our chauffeur driven fleet is just the thing to get you on the road. For minibus hire in Hertfordshire give the team at Stevenage minibus hire the opportunity to prove we are the best. 
Services we offer 
Covering all those memorable occasions in life, we have a vehicle to suit every occasion, Weddings, Funerals, baptisms, Stag and Hen do’s, music events, theatre visits, sporting events and festivals. We also offer day trip, tours and airport transfer transport.  
Our drivers will take you on a safe and relaxed journey to the destination of your choice, help us to help you, call today for further information and to make a booking. 

Stevenage is located between Welwyn Garden City to the south and Letchworth Garden City to the north, approximately 30 miles north of Central London. Stevenage is currently home to almost 86000 people. 
With its origins in Roman times, and continuing as a settlement through Saxon times, Stevenage was granted a Royal charter to hold a weekly market in 1281. It remained a relatively small settlement for hundreds of years, relying on the North Road for its prosperity, with many stage coaches passing through the village up until the arrival of the railways in the mid-19th Century. The population of the settlement persisted but was still only about 4000 at the dawn of the 20th Century. New town status was designated in August 1946, the first such designation under the Abercrombie Plan to build more towns around London. The development of the area continues to this day. Notable buildings include the largest parish church built in England since World War Two: The Church of St Andrew and St George, a modern church design and Grade II listed building.