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Premier Hire & Taxi provides a first class service for both minibuses and taxis Sandiacre and the surrounding areas. Established in 1985, we have a wealth of experience in supplying a reliable, punctual and friendly taxi service to the local community. Centrally located, we are ideally positioned to offer a wide range of taxi services to customers across Sandiacre, Stapleford and Long Eaton as well Nottingham and Derby.

Our Sandiacre taxi services are ideal for shopping runs, nights out in town and contract work, as well as cost effective airport runs to the majority of airports in the country, with airport transfers to East Midlands Airport, Manchester, Gatwick and Heathrow to name a few.

Our Sandiacre Taxi Services Include:

  • Golf Trips
  • Weddings
  • Taxi Driver Vehicle Hire Available
  • All Drivers Fully Licensed and CRB Checked
  • All Airports and Train Stations Covered
  • Airport to Airport Service

Mini Bus Hire Sandiacre

For larger groups of people, we offer a reliable minibus service, capable of accommodating 16 people per trip, ideal for staff transfers, golfing trips and group days out. We have a wide range of vehicles, meeting all your transportation needs with ease.

All Our Drivers Are fully Licensed & CRB Checked

Our drivers offer a prompt, courteous service and all have an expert knowledge of the local area. Operating on the west side of Nottingham, our areas of operation include, Beeston, Chilwell, Nottingham University, Wollaton, Stapleford, Bramcote, Long Eaton, Dunkirk and Lenton.

To Book Our Sandiacre Taxi Services Call 01159 449 449

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26 October 2016 - 3:18pm

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26 October 2016 - 11:10am

half way point of the half term now !!

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26 October 2016 - 11:02am

Robin Hood Day – Saturday 29 October 2016

Celebrate Nottingham’s famous outlaw Robin Hood, with a day dedicated to him!

Visit Nottingham Central Library for FREE Robin Hood themed crafts and activities, from 10:30am until 4pm on Saturday 29 October. Kids will be able to make puppets, design the Sheriff of Nottingham's money (and decide whether to steal it to give to the poor!) and hear stories about Robin Hood and his merry men.

Take part in the Sheriff's Gauntlet, a FREE one-day challenge as part of the GameCity Festival that takes place around the city on Saturday 29 October. People of all ages and abilities put themselves through trials of skill and ingenuity, as did generations of peasants before them, in an attempt to win the Sheriff's favour (and a small plot of Nottingham land!). The Sheriff's Gauntlet is a new, free annual family event for Nottingham. It draws on a centuries-old tradition when the citizens of Nottingham were invited to compete in mental and physical trials that the Sheriff devised, testing their agility and guile in order to better themselves.

Head to Nottingham Castle where the Robin Hood Pageant (on Friday 28 - Sunday 30 October) will transport you back to medieval times with jousting on horseback, sword fighting and falconry as Robin Hood takes on the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. Tickets are just £20 for a family for the Night Jousts, and £25 for the daytime event

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24 October 2016 - 7:57am

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21 October 2016 - 11:20am

We will now have a bus available without pre booking all weekend , which will make 2 buses ready to take you on your journey

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21 October 2016 - 7:18am

We wish you all a happy and safe half term .

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21 October 2016 - 7:13am

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19 October 2016 - 8:27am

Hi all , this is the week of the Ilkeston Charter Fair .
Remember there will be delays and diversions around Ilkeston , and to book your taxi as we will be busy !!!!!!!
0115 939 3393 or 0115 499 499

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19 October 2016 - 8:13am

Friday 21st - Sunday 23rd October 2015, Nottingham Trent University

Tickets are now on sale for the 2016 Rockingham Festival, held this year at new venue Nottingham Trent University. Rockingham will deliver three days of some of the best hard rock music from around the world with confirmed acts includingTirixter, Steelheart, Valentine and many more.

Doors open 16.30pm Friday, 12.00pm Saturday and 12.00pm Sunday.

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19 October 2016 - 8:06am

Friday 21 - Sunday 23 October 2016
Time: All day event
Venue: Malt Cross

Malt Cross Festival celebrates the opening of the original Victorian music hall, which started just in time for Goose Fair in 1877. With this festival you can expect the unexpected, the building offers antiquity, oddity and creativity making it the picture-perfect venue for an intimate music, arts and food festival based in the urban heart of Nottingham.

You will be able to watch international bands Flamingods and Cristobal & the Sea on the historic Top Hat Stage, or up and coming acts in the more intimate setting of our sandstone caves, offering a wider range of sounds from world, folk and blues, through to psych, jazz and electronica. Venture down to our basement floors for family friendly craft workshops throughout the day, or drop in on our late night sessions to learn how to make your own prints whilst local DJs spin their favourite tracks. We will also be inviting the Anti Gallery to take over our gallery space to produce a new live installation.

Through out the weekend we will have film screenings, historical storytelling and tours, plus we’ve invited our neighbours to the party so make sure you visit Plates Records, Handmade Nottingham, Pop Press and Arts & Crafts at Malt Cross as they join in the festival fun. There will be local food delicacies to try, washed down with regional ales and cocktails, plus on Sunday we’ll be opening our doors to a host of independent retailers.

Malt Cross Festival gives regional and national acts and artists the chance to showcase new work in a unique venue, and allows all ages to feel inspired by the creativity of Nottingham – as vast as the open sky above our great glass ceiling. This is the perfect place to while away a few hours or to immerse yourself for the whole weekend.
Lineup:

Flamingods | Cristobal & the Sea | Lucille | Paddy Steer | The Lizards | Inlay | Plate Presents DJs | Cecil Chamberlain | Lost at Once | Arc Isla | Melanie Page | A Drysalter | Anna My Charlotte | Dog Explosion | More TBA

Victorian Tours & Storytelling | Arts & Crafts Workshops | The Anti Gallery | Pop-Up Ale Bar | Independent Sunday Market | Malt Cross Film Club | Pop Press | Handmade Nottingham | More TBA

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18 October 2016 - 1:27pm

Whatever you are planning , we can get you there and back !!

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17 October 2016 - 7:27am

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14 October 2016 - 11:31am

Oxjam Beeston Takeover 2016




15 venues, 12 hours of music, dozens of bands and artists! The Oxjam Beeston Takeover is back! Oxjam is the UK's largest music festival, taking place over the whole month of October. It's made up of hundreds of events happening all around the country, all organised by volunteers. Beeston, a thriving community on the outskirts of Nottingham, has been hosting an Oxjam Takeover since 2011, and it has been getting bigger and bigger ever since, becoming an iconic event for our town. Last year, we raised £17,050 for Oxfam, which is more money than any other Oxjam event in the UK. We are fundraising for Oxfam, a global charity committed to ending poverty worldwide through emergency response, development work and campaigning for change. Last year, 3.9 million people have been reached by health promotion activities, 400,000 have benefited from support to improve their crops, goods or services and 1.4 million from improved sanitation facilities.



kicks off at 12:00pm for 12 hours Tickets: £8 early bird from Oxfam Books & Music (58 High Road, NG9 2JP), The Guitar Spot (106 Chilwell Rd, NG9 1ES) and www.wegottickets.com/event/372200 (+80p online booking fee) £10 on the day (limited number available) Travel by tram to Beeston Centre with a £2 return event ticket (bring proof of Oxjam ticket purchase for inspection)

Multiple Venues Beeston Town Centre Nottinghamshire

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14 October 2016 - 11:28am

Halloween - (Un)Natural Trail




11am-3.30pm. (Turn up any time). Come along and follow the Halloween trail and search for the spooky clues that will help you learn about creepy critters and beastly bugs. Then use the treasure map to track down the hidden pumpkins. Return to claim your treat! Fancy dress welcome.



Meet: Shipley Country Park Visitor Centre. Length: 1 mile. Equipment: Suitable clothing and footwear. Cost: £1.50 per child. Parking charges apply. Location: OS ref SK431 452 SatNav DE75 7GX Information contact: Shipley Country Park 01773 719961. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Shipley Country Park Derbyshire DE75 7GX

Saturday 22 Oct 2016 to Sunday 30 Oct 2016


Contact telephone: 01773 719961
Call to check latest times or cancellations

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14 October 2016 - 11:09am

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12 October 2016 - 8:36am

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12 October 2016 - 8:31am

Friday 28 - Sunday 30 October 2016

With new fun in store for 2016 including the terrifying barber surgeon, the eel woman, a working blacksmiths forge and brand new entertainment, you won't want to miss it!

Nottingham’s iconic Robin Hood Pageant will become even more thrilling this autumn as Nottingham Castle returns to the Middle Ages from Friday 28 – Sunday 30 October.

With new fun in store for 2016 including the terrifying barber surgeon, the eel woman, a working blacksmiths forge and brand new entertainment, you won't want to miss it!

The grounds of the Castle will be transformed into a medieval village encampment complete with a range of colourful characters, sight and sounds, allowing visitors to travel back in time to the 12th century and relive the life and times of the city's most famous legend.

Two exciting Night Jousts will take place following their reintroduction as part of 25th anniversary celebrations in 2014.

Night Time Jousts - Friday 28 and Saturday 29 October 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Join us for an exciting and spectacular night time joust for the second year. Robin Hood and his Merry Men will take on the Sheriff of Nottingham and his evil henchmen with lance, sword and fire in an amazing and breath-taking clash on and off horseback.

Stroll around the illuminated medieval village and be entertained by minstrels and street performers. Follow our heroes up to the Castle Green during an atmospheric torchlit procession. Fire artists will perform for your enjoyment on the Castle Green before the evening draws to a close with the spectacular floodlight joust finale.... And one or two surprises!

Tickets: Adult £7.50* / Children/Senior/Student £6* / Family (2&3 or 1&4) £22* are available from the Nottingham Tourism Centre

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Daytime Fun - Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October 10.30am - 5pm

The grounds of Nottingham Castle will be transformed into a medieval village encampment complete with a range of colourful characters allowing you travel back in time to the 12th century.

The crowds can meet Robin Hood and his Merry Men, King Richard I in his royal camp, and enjoy living history demonstrations, experience wandering minstrels and historical entertainers.

Everyone can enjoy interacting with costume characters and try their hands at medieval crafts, watch falconry and practice wood carving, table weaving and fletching.

Adults can also enjoy drinks from the medieval ale house, selling a variety of heritage ales and meads, including Heather Ale, which has its origins in a recipe dating from 2000 BC. Plus, beer from local suppliers.

Tickets: Adults £10* / Children/Senior/Student £8* / Family (2&3 or 1&4) £25* are available from the Nottingham Tourism Centre.

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12 October 2016 - 8:27am

Nottingham October – The UK’s Festival City’

Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 October 2016

People from all walks of life will gather to celebrate Diwali at Highfields Park for a variety of free events, including the opportunity to make floating lotus flowers to add to the light installation on the lake.

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11 October 2016 - 2:11pm

Stapleford Remembrance Services.

11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month Commemoration

10.45a.m. for 11.00a.m.

WPVC Square, Stapleford followed by a reception at the Carnegie Centre

Remembrance Sunday Service, 13th November

10.30a.m. for 10.45a.m.

WPVC Square, Stapleford followed by a reception at the Carnegie Centre

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11 October 2016 - 2:10pm

At Premier we are looking into hosting some day trips , the first of these would be to Dale Abbey Tea Rooms . A Premier bus would pick up and return you , after your refreshments .

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11 October 2016 - 1:31pm

Hi all, just to remind you that this Saturday 15th October is Movie time at the Haven Centre.

Show starts at 2pm

Doors open at 1:30pm

Admission as usual is FREE so come along and enjoy a great afternoon, warm welcome to all.

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5 October 2016 - 2:52pm

Strange Taxi Facts From Around the World

1.London taxis were required by law to carry a bale of hay and a stack of oats up until 1976.
2.London taxi drivers undergo a demanding three-year testing process known as ‘The Knowledge’ before becoming licensed hacks.
3.It is illegal to hail a taxi in England if you have ‘The Plague.’
4.In London, it is illegal to transport a rabid dog or corpse.
5.Illinois state law allows taxi drivers to charge a $50 cleanup fee to any passenger who vomits while riding.
6.In New York City, Cabbie students attend a 40 hour class to learn geography, etiquette and conversational English to become certified drivers.
7.In Seattle Washington, a taxi driver is not allowed to wear shorts, sandals, jogging gear or sweatshirts.
8.In Finland, taxi drivers must pay royalties if they play music in their cars for paying customers.
9.In the US, there is a law that prohibits taxi drivers from making love in their front seat during their shift.
10.In Youngstown, Ohio it is illegal to ride on the roof of a cab.
11.In the US, there is presently a $200 fine for cabbies found using their cell phones.
12.In the US, ‘nut’ is slang for how much a taxi driver must pay initially to lease a taxi for a given amount of time.

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30 September 2016 - 1:08pm

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30 September 2016 - 12:59pm

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