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At Chair Hire London we realise that organising an event can be very hard work. That’s why we make it a priority to provide you with the best customer service in the event hire industry. When youorder chairs from us you can relax, knowing that we will not let you or your guests down. We deliver 7 days a week so you do not need to be at your venue waiting for delivery of your goods a few days before your event as you can just arrange delivery on the day of the event itself, even at a specified time if needs be. We have a vast selection of chairs and other furniture available to hire at the very best prices in London, so whatever type of event you are planning, be sure to get in touch with us for thebest price and service around.
Folding Chair Rental - The folding chair is the most economical way to seat large numbers of guests at your event. Its also a very practical chair because when not being used they fold completely flat and can be stacked in sets of 50 chairs which will take up very little space.
N19, Archway Banquet Chair Rental - The Banquet chair is a great option for thoseevents where your guests will be sitting down for a long time because of its soft padded seat and back . The banquet chair is ideal for people who require a comfortable chair at a superb price.
Chiavari Chair Rental - The Chiavari chair is immensley popular with bride and grooms. It's made from limewashed wood and has a comfortable padded seat, the chiavair chair is a popular choice for customers that need a chair that looks impressive.
Rent Cheltenham chairs - Our Cheltenham chairs are constructed from a silver wooden frame and have a soft padded seat. They offer a high level of style and comfort at a fantasticaly low price.
Bench Hire - Our wooden benches seat up to 4 adults and up to 6 kids. They measure 6'6ft long and are and are ideal to be used at events that are expecting a lot of people.
Archway is an area of north London, corresponding approximately to the area of Junction Ward in the London Borough of Islington. The name derives from the Archway bridge built between Highgate and Hornsey in 1896, which was later replaced by Hornsey Lane Bridge. A tunnel was originally planned for the Highgate bypass (to join the Great North Road by avoiding the steep Highgate Hill road and narrow roads of Highgate village) but this failed due to repeated collapses. Instead, a large cutting was recommended by John Rennie and a high, multi-arched road bridge constructed across this. The first bridge, constructed in the early nineteenth century, was designed by John Nash. The original 1813 bridge was demolished in 1901; the current bridge, known locally as "Suicide bridge", dates from 1897. The road over the bridge is Hornsey Lane, which connects Highgate and Crouch End. Until quite recently, Archway did not designate a specific area. Most people referred either to Highgate, Isli ngton or Upper Holloway, a name that is now used for little besides the nearby railway station and the post office. The term Archway became popularised as a result of Londoners' tendency to indicate their local area by reference to the nearest Underground Station, even though the latter was called Highgate station until 1939 (and subsequently Highgate (Archway) and Archway (Highgate)). The Archway Road is part of the A1 or Great North Road, one of the original toll roads. From 1813 – 1864, Archway was the site of a toll gate, where travellers had to pay for the next stage of their journey. A plaque on the block of flats at 1 Pauntley Street commemorates the gate. Highgate Hill, the road from Archway to Highgate village, was the route of the first cable car to be built in Europe. It operated between 1884 and 1909. It was at Archway that Dick Whittington heard the Bow Bells ringing and returned to London. There is a statute on Highgate Hill to commemorate this (see below). Nearby Pauntley Street takes its name from the village of Pauntley in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, traditionally regarded as Dick Whittington’s birthplace