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at Chair Hire London we realise that organising an event can be very stressful. That’s why we make sure we provide you with the best customer service in the event hire industry. When youorder chairs from us you can breathe easy, 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 us a few days before the start of your event as you can just book delivery on the day of the event itself, even at a specific time if needs be. We have a ever expanding range of chairs and other furniture available to hire at the best prices in London, so whatever type of event you are holding, be sure to give us a call for thevery best price and service around.
Rent Folding Chairs, London, E7 - The folding chair is the most cost effective way to seat large numbers of guests at your event. Its also a very functional chair due to when not in use they fold completely flat and are stackable up to 50 high which will take up not very much room.
Banquet Chair Hire E7, Forest Gate - The Emperor Banquet chair is an ideal choice for events where your guests will be seated for a long time because of its padded seat and back . This chair is perfect for those who are looking for a comfortable chair at a low price.
Chiavari Chair Rental E7, London - The Chiavari chair is is a favourite for classy banquets. It's made from limewashed wood and has a soft padded seat, the chiavair chair is a popular choice for customers that need a chair that looks the part.
Hire Cheltenham Chairs in London, E7 - Our Cheltenham chairs are constructed from a silver wood frame and have a soft padded seat. They offer a fantastic level of style and comfort at a fantasticaly low cost.
Rent Benches E7, Forest Gate, London - Our wooden benches seat up to 4 adults and up to 6 kids. Measuring 6'6ft in length and are great for use at events that are expecting lots of guests.
Forest Gate is a residential area in the London Borough of Newham, 7 miles northeast of Charing Cross. It is bordered by Manor Park to the east and to the west lies Stratford town centre. Forest Gate is 1.5 miles east of Westfield Stratford City and the 2012 Olympic Park. The northern half of the busy Green Street runs through it and from 2018 it will have a Crossrail station.ts name is derived from a southern gate of Epping Forest which once stretched continuously down from Epping to the main Roman Road (now Romford Road) linking Camulodunum to Londinium. Fragments of the forest remain throughout north east London and the heathland of Wanstead Flats, which borders Forest Gate, is an example. The Forest Gate led into Epping Forest and was erected to prevent cattle straying from the Forest into the High Road. It was located close to the Eagle & Child public house. It never was a toll gate and was demolished along with the keepers' cottage in 1881. An Anglo-Saxon jeweled bead was found in Forest Gate in 1875 during sewer construction behind the Princess Alice public house in the Sprowston Road area. The 'bead' is made of gold, garnet and blue glass dating to the late sixth or early seventh century with the workmanship suggesting that it belonged to a woman of wealth or high status such as a 'princess' and dates from the 6th - 7th centuries (500 - 699 AD). At this time Essex was an independent kingdom with a territory extending over Essex, Middlesex and London and half of Hertfordshire. Having been found as a single object, it is surmised that the bead was lost casually whilst travelling along the ancient Roman Road (now the Romford Road) rather than as a burial object, but this is by no means certain as there is a lack of detail about how it was recovered. Stylistically, the piece is said to relate to similar jewellery produced in Kent, which influenced designs in Essex. It is known that King Sledd of Essex married Ricula, the sister of King Æthelberht of Kent in about 580 AD. The piece was acquired by Sir John Evans and was presented to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford by Sir Arthur Evans in 1909.