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Hednesford Taxi Service

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Hednesford Taxi Service

Hednesford Taxi Service

Hednesford Taxi Service

We provide private hire taxis throughout Hednesford 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

With a fleet of modern vehicles, our Hednesford Taxi Service is never far away. All our taxi drivers are polite, professional and fully trained. We pride ourselves on being the best Taxi service in Hednesford and believe that your journey should be safe, comfortable, reliable and good value. Alongside local and national journeys night and day, we also offer 4-16 Seaters, Executive cars and Airport Transfers.

If you represent a business and would like a long-term partnership with a trusted Taxi Firm in Hednesford, we offer the very best Hednesford Taxi Corporate Accounts with excellent credit terms and a service that is second to none. No matter what your needs are, we look forward to welcoming you in a Corkys Taxi very soon.

History of Hednesford

For over a century, Hednesford was a coal mining community. Beautifully commemorated in the town centre stands a Miner’s Lamp which is surrounded with a wall consisting of individual bricks with the names of former miners etched. The oldest parts of Hednesford surround the hilltop areas of the original town. The lower section of Hednesford became the main focal point as the population grew along with the mining industry.

Between 1914 to 1918, 2 army training camps were constructed in the area and over 250,000 troops travelled through, on their way to the Western Front. established In 1938 was a Royal Air Force training camp to train technicians to repair of airframes, maintenance and engines. No. 6 School of Technical training later became known as RAF Hednesford. RAF Hednesford was later used in the resettlement of refugees from Hungary, fleeing the Russian invasion of Budapest, back in 1956. This site now forms part of Cannock Chase Country Park.

View of Hednesford

Hednesford’s urban area now spans across the northern part of Cannock, from Heath Hayes across to Pye Green. It is the southerly gateway to the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Economically, since the 1980s Hednesford has suffered a great deal, as more residents have moved out to the surrounding larger towns and cities. Hednesford retains a traditional street scene, due to the absence of redevelopment, with lots of quirky speciality shops. The area surrounding Anglesey Square was landscaped to supply a public space with a central featured public clock. The town centre has undergone regeneration, at a cost of £50 million, with an large Tesco being the centerpiece. Along with a new drill hall for the local Army Cadets, bingo hall and shops were built in 2012.

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