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Nomansland Taxis – New Forest’s Best Taxi Services

We are New Forest based taxi company serving New Forest​ and surrounding villages, train stations and local attractions in Hampshire.

We offer excellent transportation and taxi services in New Forest​. Our customers include locals, visitors and business clients.

Operating since 2011 as Airport Transfer Specialist, we serve individuals and large groups with executive cars and 4, 5, 6 seater minicabs.

​Call us now 07707699371 or 07453454499, or send us a message on sedcars@hotmail.com or taxigoforest@hotmail.com to get the best Nomansland Taxis price and great service. Please leave your feedback and enquiries in the online booking form at the right of the page.

Taxi Services in Nomansland

Our local and 24/7 value for money taxis-cabs services include:

  • New Forest tours and hotel transfers
  • Corporate travel and large group bookings
  • Trains, ferry & cruise transfers for Southampton docks
  • Local taxis, school runs and business accounts
  • ​Special events and wedding taxi and transport services

About Nomansland

Nomansland Common (sometimes simply called No Man’s Land) is an area of common land in Hertfordshire, England to the south of Harpenden and the south-west of Wheathampstead.

Geologically, the common is part of the Harpenden Dry Valley. In the last ice age a glacier dammed the river (which then flowed from Dunstable) south of Sandridge into St Albans Vale, creating a lake. When the dam melted and water drained away, it left the thin, stony soil still found on the common today. Nomansland has, throughout its history, been recognised for uniquely poor soil quality for agricultural purposes, although flint axe heads suggest that the common may have been cleared for grazing as long ago as 4000 BC. In World War II attempts were made to plant crops on the common, but the common yielded less than half of the produce per unit area as other arable land, despite heavy use of fertilisers. After the end of the war, the land was re-seeded as grass and returned to recreational use.

*Source: Wikipedia