East London Minibus Hire is one of the leading private minibus and coach hire companies in London with an outstanding reputation. Whether going on a school trip, birthday party or a wedding, Minibus hire East London have the perfect vehicle for 8-33 seats, along with licensed CRB checked drivers to assist you on your journey.
Minibus Hire is available for a FREE no obligation quote 24/7. If you get a quote cheaper anywhere else we will GUARANTEE to beat it by 10% for a like for like vehicle. Call NOW to secure bookings with a small deposit. Early bookings being taken from £250 return upto 16 seater minibus with driver for the whole. Prices based on early bookings subject to times and availability.
Stoke Newington minibus packages available now. Our vehicles and driver booked in advance will stay up at the races all day so you can sit back and relax. We offer minibus hire with driver and coach hire with driver to all parts of the London, Essex, Kent and all over England. For our customers suitability our offices are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week so that we can provide you the best customer service than any other hiring company and not only that we take bookings with just 30 minutes notice to give you the finest and fast service possible.
We believe we are the best and cheapest around. Our service is unrivalled. All drivers are well spoken, fully insured with a clean license but most of all friendly and helpful. At East London minibuses, we provide you with our remarkable service with the minibuses, which caters for 8-33 passengers. Book early to avoid disappointment our buses for special events get booked months in advance.
Stoke Newington is an area occupying the north-west part of the London Borough of Hackney in north-east London. It is 5 miles north-east of Charing Cross. Stoke Newington Church Street was the site of the original hamlet of Stoke Newington, which in turn gave its name to Stoke Newington the ancient parish. The historic core on Church Street retains the distinct London village character which led Nikolaus Pevsner to write in 1953 that he found it hard to see the district as being in London at all.