Minibus and Coach Hire

Derby Minibus and Coach Hire will provide you with cheap minibus and coach hire across all parts of Derby and the North of England. We have been in business for well over a decade and have had many satisfied customers. Derby comes under the DE1 post code area.

DE1 minibus will offer a full fleet of vehicles to all customers. This includes a 4 seater executive car, 8 seater minibus, 16 seater minibus, 24 seater mini coach, 33 seater coach, 49 seater coach and 72 seater double decker coach.

Minibus in Derby can be contacted through email, contact form and telephone. You can carry out an online search and benefit from instant discounts.

Derby is a city located in the centre of England and in the East Midlands regional area. It is near the River Derwent and falls under the county of Derbyshire. The population of the area is estimated at two hundred and forty thousand and the urban metropolitan area is estimated at just over two hundred and thirty one thousand. Ten percent of the population are deemed to be South Asian, whereas the black population is just over three percent. The name of the city derives from the phase village of the deer and the actual word is meant to be Danish. However some people say that the name has Roman origins, making its history obscure.Derby minibus is the right solution for the transporting of all passengers in Derby

Derby played a major part of the Industrial Revolution and was in the 1700s one of the first sites for the silk trade. It is well known for marine safety and the fact that Rolls Royce opened a factory here. Today Derby is widely regarded as a centre of British culture and has been given the fair trade city status. Derby is also well known for its strong deaf society due to its many institutions.

Some of the key attractions in derby include the Derby Cathedral which is one of the smallest Anglican Churches in England and is two hundred and twelve feet tall in height. Derby Industrial Museum is also ideal to visit for anyone wishing to learn about the strong industrial heritage of the city. Derby Gaol can be visited for dungeon adventure and other attractions include Pickford’s House Museum, Derby Museum & Art Gallery, River Derwent, Derby Playhouse, Darley Park, Derby Canal, Pride Park Stadium and also St Helens House. Derby comes under the DE1 post code area.

Railway links are served under the Derby Station and there is the famous Midlands Railway frontage. East Midlands Trains operate this service and again routes to London are in abundance. Trent Barton runs the bus services in Derby and there are also plenty of National Express services to places like Manchester and London. For aviation travel there is the East Midland Airport.