Manchester Airport Taxi - Heckmondwike

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Heckmondwike to or from Manchester Airport - Door to Door Service
Heckmondwike WF16 Taxi to or from
Manchester International Airport, Leeds Bradford Airport, East Midlands Airport, Liverpool Airport, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport, London Heathrow Airport, London Gatwick Airport, Southampton Cruise Terminal Plus All UK Airports and Cruise Terminals.

Private hire Airport Transfers are the most flexible type of Airport Transfer as they are exclusively for your personal trip to and from the airport. Depending on the number of passengers traveling with you, these vehicles may be a Saloon car (Sedan) Estate car (Station wagon) or a Minibus (Minivan). They do not pickup or drop off other travellers, except your own party en route, and you can depart when you are ready.

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Heckmondwike WF16 Business Class / Executive Chauffeur Taxi to or from
Manchester International Airport, Leeds Bradford Airport, East Midlands Airport, Liverpool Airport, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport, London Heathrow Airport, London Gatwick Airport, Southampton Cruise Terminal Plus All UK Airports and Cruise Terminals.
for up to 4 passengers Plus 4 Cases and Hand Luggage

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Heckmondwike West Yorkshire

Heckmondwike (known locally by its nickname, Hecky), and through its closeness to Cleckheaton and Liversedge, as a part of Cleckheckmondsedge, is a small town which is located geographically at the centre of West Yorkshire, England, 15 km (9 miles) southwest of Leeds. Its population has a high sense of civic pride; recent reports by the Boundary Commission have talked of a "fierce independence" in the town, which makes it hard to link to any constituency.

It is currently in the Dewsbury constituency,apart from Stubley which is in Batley & Spen, but shall be entirely within Batley & Spen at the next election. Like many of the towns in West Yorkshire, Heckmondwike was formerly a milling town, located in the Heavy Woollen District, and was famous for its blankets.

In 1811 a Blanket Hall was built for the trade of the town's primary industry, and a second hall was erected in 1839, on the road now called Blanket Hall Street in the town centre, what is left of the first Blanket Hall is due to be demolished Feb 2008.

It runs under the auspices of Kirklees Metropolitan Council. It hit the headlines in 2003 when it elected a member of the British National Party as its councillor. The councillor in question — Counc. David Exley — was elected after the then-serving councillor, Tim Crowther,(now a teacher at Heckmondwike Grammar School) left the Labour party and ran as an independent.

In 2004 Cllr Exley was re-elected with an increased majority. Then in 2006 a second BNP candidate was elected — Roger Roberts with a massive 700+ majority, Roberts a security guard had also served as Councillor for the Tory party before defecting to the BNP in 2005. In May 2007, Heckmondwike's third councillor, David Sheard (Labour), was returned with a 644 majority. The Heckmondwike electoral ward also includes the Norristhorpe area of neighbouring Liversedge.

Heckmondwike's weekly newspaper is called the Heckmondwike Herald and is available each Friday. This is the Spenborough Guardian, with a different banner, which covers the settlements of the former Spenborough Urban District.

In recent years the length of the name of the town seems to have caused problems on road signs in the local area where the town's name has been abbreviated to "Heck'wike" or even "Heckm'wike" although this in no way reflects local pronunciation of the town's name. Heckmondwike is pronounced to rhyme with 'bike', never to rhyme with 'kick'

Heckmondwike has its own telephone exchange, part of the Wakefield 01924 dialling area, with numbers beginning 40, 41 and 235. This exchange also covers neighbouring Liversedge, and small areas of Dewsbury and Gomersal.

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Heckmondwike Taxis

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