Limo Hire Berkshire
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| is a home county in the south east of England and borders the counties of Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Hampshire and Greater London.
|Welcome to limo hire in Berkshire. Are you looking for a local limo company in your Berkshire town? What Limo UK Limited services all towns within Berkshire.
|Here at What Limo UK Limited we have more than ten years experience in luxury limo hire with fully uniformed chauffeur's and some of the best quality limousines in your area.
|You can call our award winning call centre 24 hours a day 365 days of the year for a free quotation. We are happy to advise you on a quotation for an american super stretched limo, party bus limo or 4x4 limo jeeps whichever the occasion.
|For your free quote all you need to do is call us free on 0800 085 8387 or our BOOKINGS HOTLINE: 01908 501 501 or email you will be ask a few simple questions such as the date of the limo hire, the addresses of your pick up and return point along with the address of your venue, the pick up and return time and the amount of passengers travelling then a member of staff will be able to instantly quote you our best price.
|Helping our dedicated limo hire team with the correct information for your limo hire and rental in Berkshire will result in a better limousine service and allows us to keep you completely satsifed which is what limo uk's main priority. By working together Whatlimouk is going from strength to strength every year getting bigger and better by a long stretch.
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|The county is one of the oldest in England. It may date from the 840s, the probable period of the unification of "Sunningum" (East Berkshire) and "Ashdown" (the Berkshire Downs, probably including the Kennet Valley). The county is first mentioned by name in 860. According to Asser, it takes its name from a large forest of box trees that was called Bearroc (believed, in turn, to be a Celtic word meaning "hilly").
|Berkshire has been the scene of many battles throughout history, during Alfred the Great's campaign against the Danes, including the Battle of Englefield, the Battle of Ashdown and the Battle of Reading. During the English Civil War there were two battles in Newbury. During the Glorious Revolution of 1688, there was a second Battle at Reading, also known as the "Battle of Broad Street".
|Reading became the new county town in 1867, taking over from Abingdon which remained in the county. Under the Local Government Act 1888, Berkshire County Council took over functions of the Berkshire Quarter Sessions, covering an area known as the administrative county of Berkshire, which excluded the county borough of Reading. Boundary alterations in the early part of the 20th century were minor, with Caversham from Oxfordshire becoming part of the Reading county borough, and cessions in the Oxford area.
|On 1 April 1974, following the Local Government Act 1972, the northern part of the county became part of Oxfordshire, with Faringdon, Wantage and Abingdon and hinterland becoming the Vale of White Horse district, and Didcot and Wallingford going to form part of the South Oxfordshire district. The Berkshire Yeomanry (94 Signal Squadron) still keep the Uffington White Horse as their symbol above the motto Berkshire, even though the White Horse is now in Oxfordshire. Berkshire obtained the towns of Slough and Eton and part of the former Eton Rural District from Buckinghamshire. The original Local Government White Paper would have transferred Henley-on-Thames from Oxfordshire to Berkshire: this proposal did not make it into the Bill as introduced.
|On 1 April 1998 Berkshire County Council was abolished under a recommendation of the Banham Commission, and the districts became unitary authorities. Unlike similar reforms elsewhere at the same time, the non-metropolitan county was not abolished. Signs saying "Welcome to the Royal County of Berkshire" have all but disappeared but may still be seen on the borders of West Berkshire District, on the east side of Virginia Water, and on the M4 motorway.
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