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Totton Taxis – Totton Cadnam Taxis and Airport Transfers

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 Airport shuttle taxi services in Totton​. 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.

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

Totton Taxi Service

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

THREE TOTTON CURIOSITIES

BATTLEFIELDS AND BRIDGES

Netley Marsh on the edge of Totton was the site of an early battle between Anglo Saxon invaders under Cerdic and Romano-Celtic peoples. The construction of Testwood Lakes revealed a treasure trove of ancient artefacts, including one of the oldest known bridges in England, believed to date to c1,500BC.

Fact One

THE ONLY MEDIEVAL TOLL LEFT…

The only surviving medieval toll in Hampshire (started c1418) runs directly past Eling Tide Mill. The causeway replaced a succession of bridges. The mill and toll were owned by Winchester College until 1975, when they were given to the local Council. The toll charge has increased from sixpence in 1967 to 30 pence in 1988 to over £1 today! Funny how some traditions are wholeheartedly embraced…

Fact Two

‘LARGEST VILLAGE IN ENGLAND’

Until 1974 when Totton was made a town, it was known as the ‘largest village in England’. Until the 1967 forest perambulation fencing, New Forest ponies were free to roam its streets.

*Source: Wikipedia