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Welcome to Cybercabz Taxis & Mini Buses of Milton Keynes.
Cybercabz Taxis & Mini Buses operate in the City of Milton Keynes, offering a 24 hour service for all our customers, night or day we are available to hire for you. We are a wheelchair friendly taxi company, find out more about our wheelchair policy.We have a selection of 4 and 8 seater taxis available.
Your safety is of prime importance to us and therefore we do not trust our maintenance to outside companies.We also have a designated customer service department to help with any queries you may have.
If any part of our service has failed to meet your expectations, please contact customer services as soon as possible by telephone on - 01908 263263 & 07778331221 and speak to Clive.
Our private hire vehicles can be used for any occasion, ranging from airport transfers to days and nights out. We can offer a competitive fixed price to anywhere in the country.
Vehicles range from cars to minibuses of various sizes from 6 to 16 seats.
As you would expect all of our vehicles are fully insured, licensed and scrupulously clean. For female customers we can offer the service of a female driver for your peace of mind and security.
So no matter the occasion, big or small pick up the phone and give us a call to book your Milton Keynes local or airport trip.
With a 'Milton Keynes Taxi' There are certain key requirements which make for a first class taxi service. They must be reliable and available at point of contact. They must be cost effective with no hidden charges, and they should offer a clean, safe and efficient ride to your destination. Our Milton Keynes Taxi 'Cybercabz'meet all these criteria and more. With a fleet of modern reliable cars in Milton Keynes, we can attend to our customers within 10 minutes in most areas and offer a 24 hour,7 days a week service. What's more, there are no hidden extras but a one rate, all day, every day.
Our consistency, quality and reliability are why our customers trust 'CYBERCABZ' to deliver a premium service at standard fixed rates. Our high standards are achieved and retained through a commitment to providing the best modern vehicles, and efficient staff training with the latest call centre technologies. All bookings are recorded for your safety and a ring back service is in operation for your peace of mind. Staff training is carried out to NVQ Level 2 qualifications for all staff and drivers, who are also subjected to CRB police checks for your complete safety and security.
There are many reasons why you might need a good taxi service and we will be there to answer your call whether for a night out, a holiday transfer or as part of a regular account. We offer a range of corporate and VIP services which utilise courteous drivers and exceptional executive vehicles. Airport
transfers are available for large groups of friends and we offer a service specifically designed for students in the city in consultation with cities universities and taking into account the requirements and concerns of students and parents.
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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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