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Chair Rental W8, Kensington, London

Here at Chair Hire London we know that organising an event can cause a lot of stress. Thatís why we make it a priority to provide you with the best customer service possible. When yourent chairs from us you can sit back, 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 vast selection of chairs and other furniture available to hire at the cheapest prices in London, so whatever type of event you are hosting, be sure to get in touch with us for thebest price and service around.

Areas in W8, Kensington

  • Kensington

  • Holland Park

Chair Hire Business W8, Kensington, London

Folding Chair Rental W8, Kensington, London - The folding chair is the cheapest way to seat large numbers of guests at your event. Its also a very practical chair due to 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.

Banquet Chair Hire in W8, Kensington, London - The Banquet chair is a great option for events where your guests are sitting down for long periods of time because of its soft padded seat and back . The banquet chair is great for people who require a comfortable chair at a low price.

Hire Chiavari Chairs in W8, Kensington, London - Our Chiavari chair is just fantastic. Made from wood with it's comfortable padded seat, the chiavair chair is a popular choice for customers that want a chair that looks the part.

Rent Cheltenham chairs in W8, Kensington, London - Our Cheltenham chairs are made from a silver wooden frame and have a soft padded seat. They offer a high level of style and comfort at a great price.

Hire Benches in W8, Kensington, London - Our wooden benches seat up to 4 adults and up to 6 kids. They measure 6'6ft long and are so are ideal for use at events that are expecting a large turnout.

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Information About W8, Kensington

Kensington is a district of west and central London, England, within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Its commercial heart is Kensington High Street. This affluent and densely populated area contains the well-known museum district of South Kensington. To the north, Kensington is bordered by Notting Hill; to the east, by Brompton and Knightsbridge; to the south, by Chelsea and Earl's Court; and to the west, by Hammersmith and Shepherd's Bush. The area is first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, where it was written in Latin as "Chenesitone",[1] which has been interpreted to have originally been "Kenesignetun" (Kenesigne's land or meadows) in Anglo-Saxon.The manor of Kensington, Middlesex, was granted by William I of England to Geoffrey de Montbray or Mowbray, bishop of Coutances, one of his inner circle of advisors and one of the wealthiest men in post-Conquest England. He in turn granted the tenancy of Kensington to his vassal Aubrey de Vere I, who was holding the manor in 1086, according to Domesday Book. The bishop's heir, Robert de Mowbray, rebelled against William Rufus and his vast barony was declared forfeit. Aubrey de Vere I had his tenure converted to a tenancy in-chief, holding Kensington after 1095 directly of the crown.[2] He granted land and church there to Abingdon Abbey at the deathbed request of his young eldest son, Geoffrey.[3] As the Veres became the earls of Oxford, their estate at Kensington came to be known as Earls Court, while the Abingdon lands were called Abbots Kensington and the church St Mary Abbots.

(Source: Wikipedia)