Manchester Airport Taxi - Leeds Bradford Airport Taxi - Leeds,

"Not your average Wakefield & Leeds Taxi"
40% less than a black taxi cab from the Manchester airport taxi ranks for MANCHESTER AIRPORT to Wakefield ! -
Save money - Save time and avoid the long Taxi queues at the airport.

(The prices Below are Door to Door and for the vehicle NOT per person)

Wakefield Taxi to or from
Manchester International Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £60 or £120 Return

Wakefield Taxi To From
Leeds Bradford, Airport
for up to 4 passengers

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"Not just your average Wakefield Taxi"

Wakefield Taxi To From
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £50 One Way or £110 Return

Wakefield Taxi To From
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £85 or £170 Return

Wakefield Taxi To From
London Heathrow or Gatwick Airport
for up to 4 passengers is £220 or £430 Return


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Wakefield West Yorkshire

Wakefield is a city by the River Calder in West Yorkshire, England. It forms the urban core and administrative centre of the wider City of Wakefield metropolitan district.

Its population was 76,886 in 2001. The city's boundaries are subject to a wide range of definitions, and it is not clear what definition the census was using in its calculations.

Wakefield was dubbed the "Merrie City" in the Middle Ages.

The name "Wakefield" is often said to derive from "Waca's field" - the field belonging to Waca. However, it is more likely to have evolved from Old English wacu, meaning "a watch or wake", and feld, an open field in which a wake was held.In the Domesday Book of 1086, it was listed as Wachefeld.

Wakefield is less celebrated, but nevertheless well known, for its prisons. Its combined prison population was 1,657 in 2001. Wakefield Prison is a maximum security prison, one of the most secure in Britain, and has included many notorious inmates including Ian Huntley, Harold Shipman and Charles Bronson. Wakefield was originally built as a house of correction in 1594. The former governor R.S. Duncan has suggested that the well know nursery rhyme Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush finds its origins at the prison.

During its days as a female prison, the women convicts would supposedly take their children on exercise with them and sing the now well-known tune. The original tree is claimed to be still there today. The current prison was designated a dispersal prison in 1966 (longest of remaining original group). It is now a lifer main centre with the focus on serious sex offenders. The current governor is David R. Thompson, Director-General elect of Her Majesty's Prison Service.

The nearby HMP New Hall is a multi-use prison for women, young female offenders and girls on Detention and Training Orders (DTOs).

Parks and historical sites

  • Pugneys Country Park offers non-powered watersports and a nature reserve
  • The ruins of Sandal Castle
  • The National Coal Mining Museum
  • Walton Hall is set in what was the world's first nature reserve, created by the explorer Charles Waterton
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park and nearby Bretton Hall
  • Wakefield Cathedral
  • Nostell Priory, a stately home
  • Anglers Country Park and the Heronry
  • Thornes Park

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Wakefield Taxis

  1. Airport Transfers Wakefield Leeds to Manchester Liverpool Leeds London Doncaster tel: 0161 930 8053

  2. Adams Executive Airport Taxis 0845 226 1014
  3. Eezie Travel - Wakefield 0161 930 8053
  4. Yorkshire TAXIS  
  5. Fleet Taxis - Westgate Railway Station, Wakefield,  
  6. Ace Taxis- 4 Cheapside, Wakefield,  
  7. Fleet Taxis - 10 Cliff Parade, Wakefield,

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