CLIVE RUNS AND OWNS CYBERNET CARS AIRPORT TRANSFERS FOR MILTON KEYNES "AND SURROUNDING AREA"
WE ARE THE ONLY TAXI FIRM IN MK TO PROMOTE SPECIAL OFFERS LIKE GATWICK AIRPORT FOR £45 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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OUR TAXI SERVICE
Our cars and vito mini busses are clean, polite and all come with smart drivers that are all insured and properly CRB checked and cleared by South Northants Council and not by Milton Keynes council who have been failing to check properly.
CYBERNET CARS is a family run business EST in 2003 open 24 hours 365 days a year. We specialize in Milton Keynes airport taxi transfers and local journeys from Milton Keynes and surrounding villages, to any airport in the UK or any long distance journeys to anywhere including Europe.
We provide local taxis, airport transfers and long distance cabs or tours, which come with top quality and also the best standard of service at the cheapest rate taxi fare. Our Milton Keynes taxi service,fare prices are so good and you are gauraunteed to get a no fuss and a no hassle taxi service with us. So if you are coming or going to or from Milton Keynes or other areas nearby or anywhere in the UK, we can provide you with a smart reliable friendly Mk driver to transfer you,to where ever you’re going and also transfer you back from your destination with a great price and deal on waiting around for you, if you need to return sameday.
When you are traveling to an airport and if you book both ways on an airport trip, you can even get a discount, if this is an airport booking. No one else in the City of Mk does this where you can get 25% off. We aim to build a rewards programme this way with our customers so everyone can make use of the unique benefits, that only we offer and save money big when you need airport transfers.
Our Taxi company aims to provide the best local taxi and Airport transfer service for Milton Keynes, but we can also cater for surrounding areas such as going to or from Luton and to other major London Airports including London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and London City Airport, also major city’s & docks we aim to provide the cheapest Milton Keynes airport taxi prices second to none when it comes down to our special offers.
Milton Keynes Taxi Service
CYBERCABZ will spoil you with the finest, efficient, cost effective and outstanding airport transfer Milton Keynes taxi service that can offer. Whether it is on your airport transfer arrival or departure from any UK airport, a special occasion, corporate event, business or pleasure, nights out, we will ensure that you reach your destination quickly, without stress and on time exactly to your wishes ,100% of the time, all the time.
We have a fixed pricing policy, we are not a black cab company and our prices do not run on a meter, so the price we say is the price you pay! We do not charge our customers for call out charges or additional fees, but there are NO hidden extras for, late arrivals, tolls, luggage etc. Whether you are travelling alone, with your family, or with a large group, we at CYBERCABZ are here to take care of your airport travel needs 24 hours per day 7 days a week.
Tel 01908 263263 for your Mk Tax Service
Our telephone receptionist can provide the best taxi airport transfer service and quotes on Airport journeys and Milton Keynes local taxis guaranteed!
Try us now! RING 01908 263263 to book our Milton Keynes Taxi service alternatively a cheap airport taxi can easily be booked online using our booking form.
We are confident that we can get you a better fare than those offered by other Milton Keynes Taxis for any journey over 30 miles and should be able to beat any price quoted by any of the other Mkcity taxis, whether you are going to the Airports, Cities or Docks or any other place that you need to take a car or minibus to.
ABOUT MILTON KEYNES
Milton Keynes consists of many pre-existing towns and villages, as well as new infill developments. The designated area outside the four main towns (Bletchley, Newport Pagnell, Stony Stratford, Wolverton) was largely rural farmland but included many picturesque North Buckinghamshire villages and hamlets: Bradwell village and its Abbey, Broughton, Caldecotte, Fenny Stratford, Great Linford, Loughton, Milton Keynes Village, New Bradwell, Shenley Brook End, Shenley Church End, Simpson, Stantonbury, Tattenhoe, Tongwell, Walton, Water Eaton, Wavendon, Willen, Great and Little Woolstone, Woughton on the Green. The historical settlements have been focal points for the modern development of the new town. Every grid square has historical antecedents, if only in the field names. The more obvious ones are listed below and most have more detailed articles.
Bletchley was first recorded in the 12th century as Blechelai. Its station was a major Victorian junction (the London and North Western Railway with the Oxford-Cambridge Varsity Line), leading to the substantial urban growth in the town in that period. It expanded to absorb the villages of Water Eaton and Fenny Stratford.
Bletchley Park was home to the Government Code and Cypher School during the Second World War. The famous Enigma code was cracked here, and the building housed what was arguably the world's first programmable computer, Colossus. The house is now a museum of war memorabilia, cryptography and computing.
The Benedictine Priory of Bradwell Abbey at Bradwell was of major economic importance in this area of north Buckinghamshire before the Dissolution of the Monasteries. The routes of the medieval trackways (many of which are now Redways or bridleways) converge on the site from some distance. Nowadays there is only a small medieval chapel and a manor house occupying the site.
New Bradwell, to the north of the medieval Bradwell (Abbey) and just across the canal and the railway to the east of Wolverton, was built specifically for railway workers. It has a working windmill, although technically this lies just a few yards outside of the parish boundary. The level bed of the old Wolverton to Newport Pagnell Line ends here and has been converted to a Redway, making it a favourite route for cycling.
Great Linford appears in the Domesday Book as Linforde, and features a church dedicated to Saint Andrew, dating from 1215. Today, the outer buildings of the 17th century manor house form an Arts Centre, and Linford Manor is a prestigious recording studio.
Milton Keynes Village is the original village to which the New Town owes its name. The original village is still evident, with a pleasant thatched pub, village hall, church and traditional housing. The area around the village has reverted to its original name of Middleton, as shown on old maps of the 1700s. The oldest surviving domestic building in the area, a 14th-century manor house, is here.
There has been a market in Stony Stratford since 1194 (by charter of King Richard I). The Rose and Crown Inn at Stratford is reputedly the last place the Princes in the Tower were seen alive.
The manor house of Walton village, Walton Hall, is the headquarters of the Open University and the tiny parish church (deconsecrated) is in its grounds.
The tiny Parish Church (1680) at Willen contains the only unaltered building by the architect and physicist Robert Hooke. Nearby, there is a Buddhist Temple and a Peace Pagoda which was built in 1980 and was the first in the western world. The district borders the River Ouzel: there is a large balancing lake here, to capture flash floods before they cause problems downstream on the River Great Ouse. The north basin is a wildlife sanctuary and a favourite of migrating aquatic birds. The south basin is for leisure use, favoured by wind surfers and dinghy sailors. The circuit of the lakes is a favoured "fun run".
The original Wolverton was a medieval settlement just north and west of today's town. The Ridge and Furrow pattern of agriculture can still be seen in the nearby fields and the Saxon (rebuilt in 1819) Church of the Holy Trinity still stands next to the Norman Motte and Bailey site. Modern Wolverton was a 19th-century New Town built to house the workers at the Wolverton railway works (which built engines and carriages for the London and North Western Railway).
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