Gatwick Airport flies to 228 destinations, flying 45,000,000 passengers every year, so if you’re one of the 45 million and you need a hotel to stay at after travelling from Reading to Gatwick, here’s a list of some hotels you should consider.
Early this year we discussed the many wonderful activities that you and your family/friends can enjoy in the Reading and Berkshire area during the summer time. However, as the season draws to a close and we enter the autumn and winter seasons, is there anything fun to do in Reading or Berkshire?
Many would argue that the ride sharing app Uber changed the transport world forever when it comes to hiring a taxi. Booking your taxi using a mobile taxi app provides you with peace of mind and convenience, all without needing to pre-book or speak to an operator over the phone.
There are various different choices available to individuals who are travelling to the airport. For example, you could ask a friend or family member for a lift, you could take public transport, or alternatively, you could travel from Reading to Gatwick via a reliable and trustworthy taxi service such as Loddon Cars.
There are numerous different options that you could choose with regards to transport for an event. You could decide to use public transport such as a bus or a train, you could opt to travel in personal transport such as a car or motorcycle, or you could opt for a more eco-friendly option and choose to ride a bike.
Summer is finally here. After the cold winter with the beast from the east earlier this year, it’s nice to be able to enjoy some nice weather. So if you’re looking for some inspiration for things to do in Reading with friends and/or family, here’s a list of six suggestions to give you a helping hand.
Remember, alcohol and driving don’t mix; so next time you organise a night out in Reading, order a taxi home from Loddon Cars, a Reading Taxis business with a flat competitive 24/7 rate; providing you with a stress-free journey well into the early hours of the morning.
Being the height of summer at the moment, festival season is in full swing. Whether it’s music, dance, art, food and drink, literary, historical or a mixture of everything, there’s nothing like a festival to get groups of like-minded people together in an outdoor arena to enjoy themselves.
Today, we live in a world where all the information we could need is just a few swipes of the hand away. Computers, tablets and mobile phones alike can provide us with live, up-to-date information on any questions we may have.
Reading is one of the fastest growing places in the UK; its relative closeness to London, Heathrow Airport and the rail and motorway networks has seen its population base expand greatly throughout the last couple of decades. With a growth in population comes new opportunities for business and the need to provide leisure and retail facilities – essentially all things that may require a Reading taxis service.
Thanks to the ongoing development of smartphones and their accompanying apps, customers have now got the ability to book a taxi quickly, easily – and can even track how long it will take for it to arrive