Piano Hire in Huddersfield
Hire-A-Piano has the best selection of pianos in the North West and pride ourselves on our service and all piano hire includes transportation to and from the location, piano stool and tuning to concert pitch tandards
We have over 30 years in the Piano trade you can rest assured that hiring a piano from us couldn’t be any easier. We have a selection of grand pianos and upright pianos available for long or short term hire, suitable for weddings, concerts, school productions, corporate events, music festivals, private functions and more.
We can deliver and set up your chosen piano in Huddersfield at the venue of your choice including surrounding areas such as: Almondbury, Fenay Bridge, Lascelles Hall, Lepton, Ashbrow, Brackenhall, Bradley, Deighton, Fixby, Netheroyd Hill, Sheepridge, Beaumont Park, Crosland Moor, Lockwood, Longroyd Bridge, Netherton, South Crosland, Thornton Lodge, Colne Bridge, Dalton, Kirkheaton, Moldgreen, Rawthorpe, Upper Heaton, Waterloo, Cowlersley, Golcar, Longwood, Linthwaite, Milnsbridge, Salendine Nook Birkby, Edgerton, Fartown, Hillhouse, Marsh, Paddock, Ainley Top, Birchencliffe, Lindley, Mount, Oakes, Armitage Bridge, Berry Brow, Hall Bower, Lowerhouses, Newsome, Primrose Hill, Springwood and Taylor Hill.
Pianos for hire
Yamaha Baby Grand Black
Yamaha C3 Black
Yamaha C5 Black
Yamaha G2 White
Yamaha U1 Black
Yamaha U3 Black
Yamaha P121 Beech
There has been a settlement in the area for over 4,000 years. The remains of a Roman fort were unearthed in the mid 18th century at Slack near Outlane, west of the town. Castle Hill, a major landmark, was the site of an Iron Age hill fort. Huddersfield has been a market town since Anglo-Saxon times. The market cross is on Market Place.
The manor of Huddersfield was owned by the de Lacy family until 1322, at which it reverted to royal ownership. In 1599, William Ramsden bought the manor, and the Ramsden family continued to own the manor, which came to be known as the ‘Ramsden Estate’, until 1920. During their ownership they supported the development of the town, building the Huddersfield Cloth Hall in 1766 and the Sir John Ramsden’s Canal in 1780, and supporting the arrival of the railway arrived in the 1840s. (source: Wikipedia)