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Tower Hamlets Minibus Hire: About us 
At Tower Hamlets Minibus Hire service, we are the ideal company to come to for minibus hire in Tower Hamlets Ditrict, and the wider area of East London. We have a superb fleet waiting to pick you up at your door, whenever you need us to, and we’ll transport you in roomy splendour to the destination of your choice. With Volvos, Mercedes 16 seaters and Ford Transits, we have vehicles to suit every occasion. Our Iveco coaches are available for transporting larger parties on tours, day trips and the wide range of events we provide transport for. We come recommended by our previous customers for our customer service and the professionalism of our team. All our vehicles are chauffeur driven, with our driver negotiating the traffic, parking up and making sure your journey is the best trip of the day. So, you can travel in luxury, with your own chauffeur, at any time of the day or night, and all at a very reasonable price. Call us today, and we’ll make sure you travel in comfort, just like you’ve never left your own armchair! 
Our Services: 
We’ll take you wherever you want to go: the airport, out on the town, hen parties, stag parties, day trips, tours, theatre visits, sporting events, music festivals, family celebrations and funerals too. 
Here in Tower Hamlets we are waiting to hear from you. Book on-line or call today, tell us how we can take you the extra mile! 
Tower Hamlets 
The London Borough of Tower Hamlets is located in the eastern part of London. As well as incorporating the redeveloped Docklands area, it also makes up the core of East End London. With an ethnically diverse population of almost 273,000 people, the borough is home to the British Bangladeshi Business and Residential Community. Brick Lane provides Europe’s largest range of Bengali restaurants and businesses.  
First mentioned in 1646, by the 19th Century, Tower Hamlets:the ‘East End’, had become seriously overcrowded, and an area of extreme poverty, criminality and disease. The early 20th Century saw efforts made by the council to address the overcrowding problems. The 1980’s saw regeneration at Docklands and Canary Wharf and 2012 saw the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park built.