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Here at Chair Hire London we realise that planning an event can be very hard work. That’s why we provide you with the best customer experience in the event hire industry. When you hire chairs from us you can unwind, 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 prior your event because you can just book delivery on the day of the event itself, even at a specified time if required. We have a wide range of chairs and other furniture available to hire at the very best prices in London, so whatever type of event you are organising, be sure to give us a call for thebest price and service around.
Rent Folding Chairs SW12, Ballham, London - The folding chair is the most cost effective 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 not very much room.
Rent Banquet Chairs in SW12, Ballham - The Emperor Banquet chair is a great choice for thoseevents where your guests are seated for lengthy periods of time because of its padded seat and back . The banquet chair is perfect for those who would like a comfortable chair at a fantastic price.
Chiavari Chair Rental SW12, Ballham - The Chiavari chair is is a great choice for classy banquets. It's made from wood and has a comfortable padded seat, this chair is a popular choice for those customers that need a chair that looks impressive.
Hire Cheltenham chairs in SW12, Ballham - Our Cheltenham chairs are constructed from a silver wooden frame and have a soft padded seat. They offer a good level of style and comfort at a fantastic price.
Rent Benches in SW12, Ballham - Our wooden benches seat up to 4 adults and up to 6 children. They measure 6'6ft long and are so are ideal to be used at events that are expecting a large turnout.
Balham is a neighbourhood of South West London, England, and is part of the London Borough of Wandsworth. The settlement appears in the Domesday Book as Belgeham. Bal refers to 'rounded enclosure' and ham to a homestead, village or river enclosure. It was held by Geoffrey Orlateile. Its Domesday Assets were: 1½ ploughs, 8 acres (32,000 m2) of meadow. It rendered (in total): £2. The Balham area has been settled since Saxon times. Balham Hill and Balham High Road follow the line of the Roman road Stane Street to Chichester – (now the A24 road). Balham is recorded in several maps in the 1600s as Ballam or Balham Hill or Balham Manor. The village was largely within the parish of Streatham, although land to the north was part of Battersea. Large country retreats for the affluent classes were built there in the 18th century; however, most development occurred after the opening of Balham railway station on the line to Crystal Palace in 1856. On 14 October 1940 Balham tube station was involved in bombing raids which took place in London during World War II. People took cover in the tube station. A bomb landed directly on top of the station, bursting water and gas mains and killing 64 people. This particular bomb was featured in Atonement, a 2001 novel by Ian McEwan. Most of Balham is in the London Borough of Wandsworth, although the SW12 postcode, coterminous with Balham, includes the Hyde Farm area east of Cavendish Road within Lambeth. The southern part of Balham, towards Tooting Bec, near the 1930s block of flats called Du Cane Court and the area to the south of Wandsworth Common, comes under the SW17 postcode. The Heaver Estate lies to the south of Balham on its border with Tooting. The Estate mainly comprises substantial houses, was built in the grounds of the old Bedford Hill House and was the work of local Victorian builder, Alfred Heaver. Balham is situated between four south London commons: Clapham Common to the north, Wandsworth Common to the west, Tooting Graveney Common to the south, and the adjoining Tooting Bec Common to the east – the latter two historically distinct areas are referred to by both Wandsworth Council and some local people as Tooting Common. Other nearby areas include Tooting, Streatham, Brixton and Battersea.