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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 possible. When you hire 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 delivery of your goods a few days before the start of your event because you can just arrange delivery on the day of the event itself, even at a time slot of your choice if required. We have an ever expanding range of chairs and other furniture available to hire at the cheapest prices in London, so whatever type of event you are holding, be sure to get in touch with us for thevery best price and service around.
Hire Folding Chairs in New Southgate N11 - The folding chair is the most economical way to seat large numbers of guests at your event. It’s also a very practical chair as when not in use they fold completely flat and are stackable up to 50 high which will take up very little space.
Banquet Chair Rental New Southgate N11 - The Banquet Chairs are a very comfortable and functional chair. . The banquet chair is also available at a fantastic price, in fact, we are so confident that we offer the best chair hire prices in London, if you happen to find it at a better price from another hire company contact us and we will endeavour to beat it.
New Southgate N11 Chiavari Chair Hire - Chiavari chairs are a high quality, stylish chair. Chiavari chairs are perfectly suited to functions which require a chair that has great looks such as black tie events & award ceremonies. Available with either a blue, black or ivory seat pad with prices starting from £2.69 per chair.
Cheltenham Chair Rental New Southgate N11 – The Cheltenham chair is much like the Chiavari chair as both are constructed from a lime-washed wooden frame and have the same luxury seat-pad which are available in blue, black or ivory. The Cheltenham chair is also suited to classy events such as weddings, bar mitzvahs, banquets and award ceremonies but because of it’s silver painted finish it really looks stylish.
Southgate was originally the South Gate of Enfield Chase, the King's hunting grounds. This is reflected in the street names Chase Road (which leads due north from the station to Oakwood, and was formerly the avenue into the Chase) and Chase Side. There is a blue plaque on a building on the site of the south gate. A little further to the south was another small medieval settlement called South Street which had grown up around a village green; by 1829 the two settlements had merged and the village green became today's Southgate Green.
Becoming separate from Edmonton in 1881, Southgate had a population in 1891 of just 10,970. By 1901 the figure had moved up to 14,993, and by 1911 the figure had ballooned to 33,612, aided by the nearby railway station in Palmers Green.
Southgate was predominantly developed in the 1930s: largish semi-detached houses were built on the hilly former estates (Walker, Osidge, Monkfrith, etc.) following increased transport development. In 1933, the North Circular Road was completed through Edmonton and Southgate, and also in 1933, the London Underground Piccadilly Line was extended from Arnos Grove (where it had reached the previous year), through Southgate tube station, on to Enfield West (now known as Oakwood). This unleashed a building boom, and by 1939 the area had become almost fully developed.
By 1951, the population had grown to 73,377 - falling by about 1,000 ten years later as many moved to new towns nearby.