Worcester Minibus and Coach Hire has expanded its business over the years and is today a customer friendly and affordable provider of minibus and coach hire in Worcester and Worcestershire. We will cater for all sorts of events such as weddings, golf tours, graduations and football matches as well as taxi sharing, airport journeys and nights out. Worcester is part of the WR1 postcode region.
Once you have made a booking with us we will send you a confirmation via email or ring you as part of a courtesy call. You can ring us anytime up to the time of the journey with any updates or rectifications. We will then contact the designated driver and inform him or her of your requirements.
Worcester is a city based in the county of Worcestershire in the Midland part of England. It is located close to the central to western part of England and also right in the centre of the county itself. It is close to Birmingham and the River Severn also runs through the middle of the city as well. Worcester has a historical significance as it was part of the battles during the civil wars and also has played residence to many famous folk in the past. It is perhaps most famous for having a sauce named after it and for the Lea and Perrins factory.
The population of the area stands at around ninety seven thousand and it has an ethnic minority population which ranges from Pakistani, Italian and Polish people. British Pakistanis makes up for around two percent of the population. The main religion is Christianity and the city has strong links to the Church of England.
During the early days the city was a village and the main river played a big part in its development. The Romans used it for military purposes as part of it conquest and it later prospered in industry though the trades of iron and pottery.
The main attractions in the area include the Worcester Cathedral which is regarded as a prestigious and beautiful site. It is also called the Cathedral Church of Christ and also the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is an Anglican Cathedral and is the seat of the Anglican Bishop as well. It was built back in the year 1084 and is truly amazing in terms of the fine art it depicts. It also hosts many events for the University of Worcester and this normally take place in November of every year.
Other main sites include the Fort Royal Park, Cripple Gate Park and also the Gheluvelt Park. Nunnery Woods and the Perry Woods open area are also worthy of a mention. Worcester is part of the WR1 postcode region.
In term of road transport the city is linked to the M5 Motorway and this comes under junction 6 and also junction 7. The M42 and M40 can also be used for major journeys as well. Other roads include the A449 and the A44. In terms of rail travel the city has two stations and these include the Worcester Foregate Street Station and also Worcester Shrub Hill. Some of the main journeys covering both stations include Birmingham, London, Bristol, Swindon and Gloucester. In terms of bus services the main operator is the First Midlands and also the Red Diamond firm. The main station for buses is the Crown gate Bus Station.