Minibus Hire in Lichfield will provide you with the right minibus in Lichfield in the form of an A to B transfer. All minibuses will come with a trained driver who will contact you before the journey. You can book a one way, return or multiple venue trip with us for any time of your choice. Lichfield is part of the WS13 postcode region.
If you are looking for a larger coach then we can provide you with a 24 seater, 33 seater, 39 seater and even the 70 seater buses. All sizes are available and you can also assess luggage requirements via our website. We will provide instant pricing through the online booking form.
Lichfield is a city based in the county of Staffordshire and it is also regarded as a cathedral city. In fact Litchfield is well known for its three spired cathedral. It is located towards the central to eastern part of England and also towards the southern region of the county itself. It is also a civil parish and only one of eight cities with such a status. It has good links to cities such as London and also Birmingham. The population for the city stands at around thirty one thousand and it is dramatically improved when we consider the larger urban area. This stands at ninety four thousand. The ethnic minority population only makes up for two percent.
In terms of the history, the industrial revolution had an effect on the city and this is especially where the public transport was concerned. There was still expansion on a more residential level and many new houses were built. However World War II brought much chaos in the area and many people had to evacuate the area for good. However Lichfield did fare better than most other cities and the redevelopment of housing was restarted and we saw the increase of flats and also new built properties.
The city has its fair share of attractions and sites and the main one has to be the Lichfield Cathedral which is significant as it remains the only medieval cathedral with a three spire design in the whole of Europe. Other venues include the Cathedral Close, the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum, the Erasmus Darwin House, the Litchfield Heritage Centre, St Mary’s Church, Bishops Palace, Milley’s Hospital, Church of St Chad, St Michael on Green Hill and also Beacon Park. Various other sites include the Staffordshire Regiment Museum, The National Memorial and also Cannock Chase. Litchfield is part of the WS13 postcode region.
In terms of transport the city has two railway stations which come under the name of Lichfield City and Lichfield Trent Valley respectively. Litchfield City is managed by the London Midland and has two platforms. It first opened in the year 1849. The Trent Valley Station is actually located on the out skirts of the city and it is also managed by the London Midland. It has three platforms and it is on a split level. Some of the roads that are close to the area include the A5, A38 and the A51. The nearest airports are Birmingham and the East Midlands Airport.