Weston-super-Mare, Worle – Somerset Wedding Venues
September 2017 we were booked for a wedding and we were hired for a few hours on the day for several trips:
- Groom and Best man to the Register Office in advance
- Usher and Bridesmaid to join them
- The Bride and Father of the Bride
Following this the Wedding Breakfast was held at Michaelangelo’s on Weston-super-Mare sea front, and a few more trips were made:
- Bride and Groom (The New Mr and Mrs)
- Bridesmaid and family members
- Guests with mobility restrictions
A couple of hours later the third and final trip was from the restaurant to the reception venue which so happened to be the Grand Pier!
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Opens 15th July 2017
Sunday to Thursday 10am – 8pm
Friday and Saturday 10am – 9pm
Free entry with a token scheme in place. Each token can be purchased for £1. Ride prices vary from 2-4 tokens. Tokens are valid for the length of event so do not have to be used on one particular day!
Funland Rides include:
- Wild Mouse Roller Coaster
- Air – White Knuckle Ride
- Wave Swinger
- Dumbo Flying Elephants
- Walk on Water Balls
- Bumper Boats
- Disney Pony Express
- Flying Balloon Ride
- Race o Rama
- Bungee Trampolines
- Mini Miami
- Childs Rollercoaster
Other stalls and free entertainment throughout the opening period to be announced…..
|2017 Seasonal Event (15 Jul 2017 – 3 Sep 2017)
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Festive Driving Hours
Alan will not be driving Christmas day, Boxing day or New Years Eve (fully booked).
We will still answer phone and respond to emails throughout the festive period.
The taxi service will be back on the road on January 1st 2017
We wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
Weston-super-Mare Taxi Services
You are able to send a message via our Contact Form should you wish to book an airport transfer in the wee hours – after all, we offer a 24 hour service.
Christmas and New Year Taxi Hours
Over the festive period there will be a break in service on Christmas Eve + Day and New Year’s Eve + Day, so ensure you book as early as you can at this busy time should you have an Office Christmas Party in Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding areas of Bristol and Somerset.
Drivers could face 90 minutes of delays in traffic this bank holiday weekend, according to traffic data firm Inrix.
With a high volume of holidaymakers set to take to the UK’s roads and National Rail delivering over 30 engineering projects during the bank holiday weekend, drivers can expect delays of up to 90 minutes on peak routes, increasing by an average of 27% across the country, based on the latest Inrix data.
Commuters in London and the South East of England will experience the most congestion, with traffic almost 50% higher than usual. The M25 between junctions 9 and 21 (both directions) tops the list of expected delays with an anticipated 90 minutes of gridlock, meaning travellers planning to fly from Heathrow Airport, which carried almost 75 million passengers in 2015, or Gatwick Airport, should seek alternative routes or factor in additional time to catch their flight.
Those heading to less far flung destinations in and around Bristol and Weston-super-Mare should also plan for delays on the M5 of up to one hour. Drivers visiting Manchester face delays of up to 45 minutes on the M6 between Keele and Knutsford and between junction 19 and 22, as do those using the M6 to travel to Liverpool. Londoners should be prepared for closures on rail lines in and out of the capital, as well as a reduced service on a number of TfL lines.
The busiest period over the entire bank holiday weekend will be on the Friday rush hour, with peak congestion expected around 5 p.m. as travellers start their journeys to take advantage of the long weekend. Traffic levels are expected to peak on Friday 29th April between 4pm and 6pm.
Greg Hallsworth, UK traffic analyst at Inrix said: “Drivers in the UK are no strangers to traffic, spending an average of 30 hours in gridlock last year. At peak times like the bank holidays – particularly this bank holiday as it coincides with the UK half term – roads that are already stretched have the added pressure of holidaymakers and railway engineering works. Our advice to drivers is to check before starting your journey, travel at smarter times and take alternative routes to avoid delays hampering plans.
“If you must travel at the busiest times check the Inrix traffic website for real time traffic information, use the Transport for London website (www.tfl.gov.uk/traffic/status) for updates in the capital, or tune into local radio and TV to help steer clear of delays.”
Edmund King, AA president, added: “Spring bank holiday and the start of the summer half term are on a collision course on Friday and drivers will have to expect delays. With temperatures picking up, travellers will have to make sure their cars don’t overheat and also carry water for themselves should they get stuck in a traffic jam. Delaying departure until later in the evening is often a shrewd move as the combination of work exit and holiday exodus traffic tends to ease after the rush-hour. Using mobile phone services, like the AA App, gives drivers the heads-up on levels of traffic and hold-ups ahead, with the option to avoid them.”
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Festive Season Opening Hours
We are closed December 25th & 26th, and for a rare break in many years we are not working New Years Eve and the 1st January 2016.
Our customers are very important to us and we want to thank every one of our clients past and present for your valued business. We hope you enjoy the Christmas break and wish you all a peaceful and prosperous new year.
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Bank Holiday Activities – August 2015
You can find more information from the Love Weston website, here’s a selection of activities that are happening locally throughout August in 2015.
Open Air Cinema – Weston Quarry – Top Gun
6.30pm gates open Weston-super-Mare Quarry , Weston-super-Mare
Buy Tickets Online or email email@example.com
Taxi Services in Weston-super-Mare call / text 07796 187684
Thriller Thursdays on the Grand Pier
Unlimited rides from 6pm-8pm every Thursday evening – All ages £7.50
The Stowford Press Big Bash 2015
Uphill, Weston-super-Mare -Yes it is happening this year and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever. Uphill Castle CC are over the moon to announce the details of this year’s BIG BASH on 30 Aug 2015 – entry is FREE.
Bank Holiday Disco at Puxton Park
Weston Super Mare 30TH aUGUST 2015 – DJ with disco & games between 5.30pm and 8.00pm. Food and drink will be available in the play barn until 7.00pm. Tickets are £5.00 per person, available from reception or call 01934 523500.
Weston Sand Sculpture Festival
Weston-super-Mare – The event will celebrate the last 10 years by paying tribute to every theme that has been created so far including Under the Sea, The Jungle, GREAT Britain, Hollywood and more. Tickets range from £2.50-£3.50
Scott May’s Daredevil Stunt Show
Brean – Scott May’s Daredevil Stunt Show is full of fire, stunts and extreme destruction served by the giant power of monster trucks.
Enjoy your Valentine’s date with a safe taxi journey
Looking for a daytime taxi to and from a south west location on Valentine’s day? A lift to Bristol airport if you are whisking yourself and your partner away? Or simply looking for a safe jouney home after a romantic evening meal at a restaurant? Book now to reserve your slot as this is one of the most popular dates of the year.
Ideas for a romantic Somerset Valentine’s weekend
Bristol is a great place to start a romantic break in Somerset, taking in one last taste of city life before heading deeper into the countryside of the South West. In Bristol you can shop at Cribbs Causeway until you drop, wine and dine by candlelight, maybe even take in a show, before heading back home. There’s also Taunton and Yeovil, which are both packed with days out and activities in beautiful settings, including cinemas and historic buildings with gardens for a hand-in-hand stroll.
The village of Glastonbury is not just famous for its festival, but is also popular for being a spiritual place with breathtaking scenery. Glastonbury Tor, a large spiralling hill with a grade 1 listed building at the top is always worth a visit for the exhilerating walk and the rewarding views across Somerset as a whole.
To the west of Somerset is Minehead and Exmoor National Park where rugged beauty, outdoor adventure and wildlife await on the open countryside – the area is great for trekking and getting lost in nature.