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Lets speak about Speke. With Coach Hire Liverpool you can secure Speke Minibus hire with drivers any time you need one. You might be in need of transportation of a group of friends to a wedding or just need a lift to the Speke Neighbourhood Health Centre, whatever you need, we’d like to help.
Our team of drivers is located in the middle of Speke so they can reach all parts of the city quickly. A large part of our business is dealing with Speke’s Liverpool John Lennon airport as we run a popular shuttle service to all for corners of Liverpool.
If you need minibus hire, Speke is so much simpler to get to or from with one of our drivers. They come with vehicles selected from a fleet of well maintained, stylish minibuses.
These come in many sizes: an 8 seater, 16 seater, 24 seater or 33 seater minibus. We also have a 7 seat MPV. If you are travelling through Speke with a very large group of companions, we can offer you 33 seater, 49 seater and 70 seater coach hire.
Making a Speke minibus hire booking is a basic process – you can phone, text or email our booking office and we take you through it step by step. We even have an instalment plan should you wish to pay in stages prior to travel.
Our punctual drivers will arrive on time. We do not do late. So if you have a funeral scheduled or a team swim meet at the Austin Rawlinson pool, we’re the company to get you there.
We also provide wheelchair accessible Speke Minibus hire. These vehicles come with ramps, lifts and specially adapted wider doors.
Unlike many Liverpool suburbs that were consumed by the city’s organic urban sprawl, the lowly populated village that was olden days Speke had its land purchased for housing development by Liverpool council.
This housing was needed due to economic growth driven by industry. In 1932 500 people lived here. By 1960 there were 25,000 new residents. One of whom was a Mr. George Harrison.
The area’s remoteness meant it was ideal as a location for an airport to serve this burgeoning population. It opened in 1920 and was soon the UK’s second busiest airport. By the 1950s due to governmental aviation changes, the airport’s traffic declined and it closed. The oldest surviving aircraft hangar in the country is now a leisure centre.
The Mersey Wave
The northeast has The Angel Of The North. The northwest has the even taller Mersey Wave. Artist Peter Fink created this 100ft tall, 200ft wide sculpture of 12 aluminium fins as a tribute to the area’s maritime past.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Speke Hall (see below) had vast, expansive grounds on the outskirts of Liverpool. It was here that the original Speke airport began accepting air traffic in 1930. Back then it was an airline called Imperial Airways that flew to Liverpool.
In the laundry you will find an educational room. There is a sense that too much conversion has taken place and this Grade I listed building has seen some of this clawed back with the gun room restored to its former state. The well preserved gardens and courtyard are also well worth a visit.
Speke and it’s nearby, calming, unspoilt natural habitat should be experienced by all. And if you wish to adventure even further out, Old Swan, Sefton, Macclesfield and St. Helen’s are all accessible with our minibus and coach hire.
To book Speke minibus hire just use the details below. We look forward to hearing from you.
T: 0151 253 0956
We were very pleased with the service we received. Our home is not easy to find but the driver had left plenty of time to follow our instructions when he phoned for help. He was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely use and recommend this company again especially for groups of 6 and above.
– Miriam, from bellsouth.net
My family were going out to Christmas dinner on Christmas Day. The price was fantastic to take 10 of us out including multiple pick up and drop offs. The driver Atif was extremely pleasant, prompt and accommodating. Highly recommend and will definitely use them again. Kind Regards, Stephanie International Business Manager.
– Stephanieat, at Day Pitney LLP