All Stretched Out provides affordable and luxury wedding car hire throughout Swansea and surrounding areas. Our fleet of wedding cars caters to every type of wedding imaginable.
Our signature Rolls Royce’s, the Phantom and the Ghost are the perfect luxury vehicles for most weddings. If something different is your style then we have the all new 2015 Tesla Model S, the Range Rover Sport, the custom built Gemima Bramwith or the Attitude limousine. We have a solution that fits your needs.
We cover the entirety of Swansea and it’s surrounding areas including Neath for wedding car hire. Nothing is too far for us and we will travel. Please take a look at our fleet of luxury vehicles available for hire below.
Swansea is the second biggest city in Wales, just 40 miles from the biggest city, the capital of Wales – Cardiff. It’s situated in South-West Wales, surrounded by Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot, the Bristol Channel and Swansea Bay.
Swansea is world known for its shorelines. The Gower promontory was the first region in Great Britain to be granted UNSECO’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Oxwich Bay has been named Britain’s Most Beautiful Beach on a many occasions. There are many other outstanding shorelines in Swansea, including Worm’s Head, Three Cliff’s Bay and Llangennith.
These shorelines pull in a great deal of tourists and in this way contributes a key sector of Swansea economic income. Historically, Swansea’s economy was based around the copper business, prompting the moniker “Copperopolis” however after the decrease in the requirement for such metals the economy changed towards the administration areas. In the present day, its accepted that around 90% of the number of inhabitants in Swansea work in the administration area of employments which include incorporate organization, training, wellbeing, keeping money and funding.
The M4 and A48 serve as the fundamental routes into Swansea. The Swansea and Mumbles railroad is additionally utilized as a method for accessing Swansea. This train station was initially manufactured to move limestone and coal to Swansea but now serves as a key form of transport. Swansea additionally plays host to a little air terminal, sufficiently called Swansea Airport, which has two runways and generally serves as a region for flying lessons and as a base for the Welsh Air Ambulance helicopters.
The DVLA base camp are situated in Morriston and utilizes around 6000 individuals. Major branches of Admiral, HSBC, Virgin and Amazon.co.uk are likewise situated in the city.
Overall, the average income for people in Swansea is over the Welsh normal, however the unemployment rate is likewise marginally over the Welsh average.
Swansea is home to several extremely successful universitys, colleges and schools including the Swansea University which is growing into a very popular choice for students all over the world. The universities’’ Singleton Campus sits seconds away from Swansea Bay, and Swansea Metropolitan University is just a short walk inland. Swansea University has been recompensed The Times’ “Best Student Experience” honour on a few events, because of the extremely lively nightlife in the downtown area.
There are additionally a few schools arranged in Swansea, 15 state schools, 3 tuition based schools and 77 compreshensive schools.
The premiership team, Swansea City Football Club, is now the best football club in Wales. Since the 2005/2006 season Swansea City F.C have played their matches at Liberty Stadium and hosted teams from all over Europe in some the world’s biggest football tournament. In the 2010/2011 season they were elevated to the Premier League and they at present still stay there. Numerous football games amid the Euro 2012 qualifiers were played at Liberty Stadium.
Freedom Stadium additionally plays host to the Neath-Swansea Ospreys, a group which once contained the now resigned Rugby Player of The Year, Shane Williams, and others which make up a large portion of the Welsh International Rugby Union team.
Numerous prominent individuals were initially from Newport, including the Hollywood performing artist Catherine Zeta-Jones, the notorious writer Dylan Thomas, vocalist Bonnie Tyler and Olympic gold medallist Nicole Cooke.
Swansea is at present experiencing a £1billion recovery. A vast extent of this cash is to be spent on overhauling the downtown area, including the devastation of two shopping plazas, the migration of a huge Tesco, the redevelopment of a few auto parks and the building of two squares. Numerous lofts and a building named The Tower (which has now been named Wales’ tallest building) have additionally been based on the Marina as a feature of this recovery. Not to forget the recent 450 million pound campus for the University which will open its doors to students in the coming September (2015).