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Eastbourne Wedding Car Hire

Whether your Eastbourne wedding is in a church, a hotel, the registry office or even at Herstmonceux Castle, trust us to transport you there in one of our comfortable, luxurious and stylish Eastbourne wedding cars.

 

Eastbourne Wedding Cars

Why not arrive in real style at your Eastbourne wedding? Travelling to your wedding in Eastbourne, and then the ride to the reception, will be two of the most memorable journeys of your life, so choose from our unique selection of vintage, classic and modern vehicles for a very special experience you will remember forever.

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We’ll take care of everything – from colour coordinated ribbons and bows, to silk flowers on the parcel shelf, to additional cars and minibuses for your guests – there is even complimentary champagne as you relax on the journey to your reception. Our experienced and professional drivers offer complete peace of mind and one less thing to worry about.

 

Wedding Cars for Eastbourne Weddings

We have a wide range of modern, classic and vintage wedding cars for hire throughout the Eastbourne, Hailsham, Polegate and Stone Cross areas.

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Booking Your Eastbourne Wedding Car

Our fleet of wedding cars is very popular throughout the peak Eastbourne wedding season, so don’t delay, contact us today on 01273 813401 or click below to book now.

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About Eastbourne

Eastbourne is a large seaside town and resort in on the South Coast of England, in the county of East Sussex. It is located between Brighton to the West and Bexhill / Hastings to the East and is bordered by Beachy Head, part of South Downs National Park.

Eastbourne’s seafront is dominated by large Victorian hotels such as The Grand and The Cavendish and the centrally located pleasure-pier, originally opened in the 1870s and rebuilt several times since.

There is evidence of human occupation of the Eastbourne area dating back to the Stone Age. The modern town grew quickly from 1800 onwards as a popular tourist resort in the hands of the Duke of Devonshire (William Cavendish), who owned large tracts of land throughout the area. Architect Henry Currey was tasked with designing a street plan for the town, taking inspiration from towns throughout Europe; the result being a mix of classic Victorian architecture.

As a seaside resort, tourism generates a large proportion of income for the town, with revenue from traditional seaside attractions together with conferences, public events and cultural sightseeing. Besides tourism, Eastbourne is a base for trade and retail, healthcare, education, construction, manufacturing, professional scientific and the technical sector.

 

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Eastbourne pier – geograph.org.uk – 1212133” by photographer – From geograph.org.uk. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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Italian Market – geograph.org.uk – 1333680” by Gordon Griffiths – From geograph.org.uk. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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BeachyHead” by Paul Friel from Guildford, UK – Lighthouse. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons.