- Immaculate Modern Fleet
- Local and National Service
- Airport, Station & Port Transfer Specialists
- Book 24 Hours a Day
- We operate 365 Days a Year
- Corporate Services
- Meet and Greet Service
- Minibus Services
- Account Facilities
- Only company to have a text car service in Walsall
- Our own in house disablity awarness programme
- Every airport transfers has their own acocunt manager
We have over seventy drivers serving the needs of the Walsall community. Whether it be a family embarking on a summer holiday, a business traveller or picking up executives from the airport you can trust Yellow Taxis Walsall to provide a professional and reliable service that will transport you safely, in comfort and, most importantly, on time every time.
Walsall is the administrative headquarters of the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall. In the 2001 census, the town had a population of 170,994 with the wider borough having a population of 253,500. Neighbouring towns in the borough include Brownhills, Willenhall, Bloxwich and Aldridge.
The town was visited by Queen Elizabeth I, when it was known as ‘Walshale’.t was also visited by Henrietta Maria in 1643. She stayed in the town for one night at a building named the ‘White Hart’ in the area of Caldmore. Queen Mary’s Grammar School was founded by Queen Mary I in 1554, and the school carries the queen’s personal badge as its emblem: the Tudor Rose and the sheaf of arrows of Mary’s mother Catherine of Aragon tied with a Staffordshire Knot,
Walsall’s first cinema opened in the town centre in 1908; however, the post World War II decline in cinema attendances brought on by the rise in television ownership resulted in that and all of Walsall’s other cinemas eventually being closed. The first Wurlitzer theatre organ in Great Britain was installed in the New Picture House (later renamed the Gaumont) cinema in the town centre.
Early 2000 saw the opening of The New Art Gallery Walsall in the northwest of the town centre near Wolverhampton Street, along with the new Crown Wharf Retail Park shortly afterwards. Part of Park Street, the town’s main shopping area, was redeveloped around the same time. The centrepiece of this redevelopment was the new British Home Stores department store, which relocated from St Paul’s Street at the end of the 1990s.