Why our Wedding Car Hire Tollesbury Services?
Operating across London and the Home Counties, MME Prestige provides chauffeur driven luxury vehicles with a tailored service to suit your wedding or party needs.
We know that everyone will have the own personal requirements so we will endeavour to work with you for a truly bespoke service. We aim to have all eyes on you, before you are even in sight.
We own a fleet of luxury cars that epitomise the best of British travel. So whether your off to a wedding, party or that special walk down the aisle we will provide a car that will let you arrive with class, grace and elegance.
We pride ourselves in maintaining our vehicles ensuring they are well looked after and in pristine condition for that perfect wedding night. Our drivers are extremely experienced and polite; you will receive a courteous service as expected from any professional chauffeur.
Tollesbury is a village in England, located on the Essex coast at the mouth of the River Blackwater. It is situated nine miles east of the historic port of Maldon and twelve miles south of Colchester. For centuries Tollesbury, the village of the plough and sail, relied on the harvests of the land and the sea. The main trade and export of Tollesbury, which still thrives to this day, has long been oysters. At one time Tollesbury was served by six public houses, but the village has only one open at present: The Kings Head. Other social establishments include: The Royal British Legion, The Tollesbury Cruising club and The Tollesbury Sailing club.At the centre of the village is ‘The Square’, which was also known as ‘The Green’ but correctly called Church Street. On the west side of the Square is the Kings Head Public House, which was traditionally the seafarers public house. It was here that the Tollesbury Yacht Skippers Club was formed when the village was gaining a reputation as a yachting centre during the early part of the 20th century. Alterations were made to the pub in 1902 during which parts of a copy of the Great Bible of 1540 were found in the attic. On the east side of the Square is Saint Mary’s church.Cottages line either side of the Square, some of which have been built using bricks which were manufactured locally. At Woodrolfe Creek the Woodup Pool is a public salt water lido, it opened in 1907.
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