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Limo Hire Cheshire - Manchester

Limo Manchester, part of Earls Limousines thrives on providing a quality, reliable and safe limo hire services for all of our clients and customers.
We offer hire of our stretched limousines for all of the below events and more.
cheshire airport transfers Limousine Airport Transfer

Need to get to the airport from Manchester? Why not take the stress of driving yourself, finding somewhere to park and let limo Manchester take you there in luxury.

cheshire hen night limousines Hen Night Limo Hire

Planned a Hen night in Manchester, our safe and reliable Limo hire services will make sure you enjoy your Hen night out and when its all over we'll take you home or back to your hotel in Manchester.
8, 10, 12,14,16, 18 seater limousines available.

foorbal limousine hire in cheshire Football, Race Days & Sporting Events

Hire a Manchester Limousine to transport you in luxury and style to race days, football matches, Rugby matches, Ladies day, golf events and any other sporting events in Manchester.

concert limousine hire, gigs and theatre in cheshire Theatre & Concert Limo Hire

Hire one of our amazing Hummer Limousines to take you your favourite Theatre or concert in Manchester. Enjoy a glass of bubbly on the way in a luxury limo.

limo hire cheshire stag nights Stag Night Hummer Limousine

The ladies have had there hen night in Manchester, now the lads can have there stag night party in Manchester with our Hummer limo hire Manchester.
Our 8,10,12,14,16 and new 18 seater limo's will transport the stag and his pals around Manchester.

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We have a large fleet, any of which can be used on your wedding day to ferry the bride, groom and passengers to your wedding venues.

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Manchester is a large town in Greater Manchester, England. It lies on elevated ground on the River Mersey at the influx of the rivers Goyt and Tame, 6.1 miles (9.8 km) southeast of the city of Manchester. Manchester is the largest settlement of the Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, and has a population of 136,082, the wider borough being 281,000.
Historically a part of Cheshire, Manchester in the 16th century was known for the cultivation of hemp and rope manufacture and in the 18th century the town had one of the first mechanised silk factories in the United Kingdom. However, Manchester's predominant industries of the 19th century were the cotton and allied industries. Manchester was also at the centre of the country's hatting industry which by 1884 was exporting more than six million hats a year. In December 1997 the last Manchester hat works closed. The town's hatting heritage is preserved at 'Hat Works - the Museum of Hatting'.
Dominating the western approaches to the town is the Manchester Viaduct. Built in 1840, the viaduct's 27 brick arches over the River Mersey carry the mainline railways from Manchester to Birmingham and London. This structure featured as the background in many paintings by L.S. Lowry.

Manchester is home to two professional sports teams, both of which play at Edgeley Park stadium:
Manchester County F.C. play in Football League One;. Their claim to fame is that they currently hold the record for the most consecutive Football League wins without conceding a goal with nine, achieved in 2007.
Sale Sharks Rugby Union club, who currently own Edgeley Park stadium, won the Guinness Premiership title in 2006 and boast current England internationals Mark Cueto, Charlie Hodgson and Andrew Sheridan; Scotland's Jason White as well as capped overseas stars including Sébastien Chabal, Sébastien Bruno.
Manchester Metro Swimming Club, based at Grand Central Pools is the most successful British swimming club, through the last three Olympic Games.
Manchester Metro swimmers have claimed 50% of British swimming's medal haul.
In the 1996 Atlanta games Graeme Smith won bronze in the 1500 m freestyle , in the 2004 Athens games Stephen Parry won bronze in the 200 m butterfly , and in the 2008 Beijing games Keri-Anne Payne and Cassie Patten won silver and bronze, respectively, in the 10km marathon swim.
Manchester has three athletics clubs - Manchester Harriers & AC, Manchester Harriers & AC, and DASH Athletics Club. Manchester Harriers train at William Scholes' Playing Fields in Gatley, and they organise highly-regarded schools cross country races throughout the winter. Manchester Harriers are based at Woodbank Park in Offerton, and have several International middle-distance and endurance athletes including Steve Vernon. DASH Athletics Club are the newest Club in Manchester based at both Hazel Grove Recreation Centre,and the Regional Athletics Arena at Sportcity in Manchester. In 2006 DASH AC Coach Geoff Barratt was UK Athletics' Development Coach of the Year, and in 2007 the club won England Athletics North West Junior Club and North West Overall Club of The Year accolades.
It is also the birthplace of Fred Perry, the late tennis player. Perry is the last Briton to win both the Men's Singles titles in Wimbledon and the US Open (both in 1936), making him the last British male to win a Grand Slam title.