If you plan on visiting Wigan on a corporate event, sports event, or an outing with friends, take advantage of your time there and visit some of the area's famous attractions. Some of them include; Fairy Glen, Mesnes Park, The Old Courts, and Wigan Little Theatre. You may not be able to visit these and other attractions if you choose to use public transportation. It forces you to plan your visits around certain schedules. A 14 Seater Minibus Hire Wigan is one of your best options. It is convenient, affordable, and reliable especially when you need to transport a small group.
Why Should You Choose Us?
Our goal is to help all our clients to travel comfortably and safely. For that reason, we perform regular maintenance services on our vehicles to avoid unexpected delays. We realize that sudden breakdowns can be an inconvenience and a waste of your time. We go to reputable and experienced mechanics or repairs.
Our 14 seater bus is ideal for transporting small groups. It is great for any event that brings you to Wigan. Like all our vehicles, our 14 seater buses are spacious and comfortable. They have plenty of legroom to keep you comfortable and plenty of room for your luggage.
Contact us today to book your Wigan minibus. We provide quotes as fast as possible.
Make a day out in Wigan and occasion to remember by organizing Wigan minibus hire. Taking its name from its position on the River Roch, Wigan is a town located in the district of Greater Manchester in the northwest of England. Like many towns in the Manchester area, Wiganplayed a significant role in England's industrial revolution, previously being among the country's biggest producers of cotton, wool, and silk. In its heyday it was an important crossroads for trade between the east and west of England and this was facilitated by the building of the Summit Rail Tunnel and the WiganCanal by the famous engineer George Stephenson.
The town's most historic building is perhaps its fine Victorian Town Hall, use 14 Seater Minibus Hire Wigan which can take you around this building which was completed in 1871. The hall retains the better part of its original construction with the only restoration being the clock tower,