Piano Hire in Preston

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 A440 standards
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.

Call or text Harry on 07726 888 888
Email info@thepianoman.co.uk
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We can deliver and set up your chosen piano in Preston at the venue of your choice including surrounding areas such as: Ashton-on-Ribble, Avenham, Barton, Broadgate, Broughton, Callon, Catforth, Cottam, Deepdale, Farringdon Park, Frenchwood, Fulwood, Goosnargh, Grange, Greenlands, Grimsargh, Haighton, Holme Slack, Inglewhite, Ingol, Lane Ends, Lea, Longsands, Maudlands, Moor Nook, Nooklands, Plungington, Ribbleton, Savick, Sherwood, Whitechapel, Whittingham, Woodplumpton and Wychnor.
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About Preston

Preston and its surroundings have provided evidence of ancient Roman activity in the area, largely in the form of a Roman road which led to a camp at Walton-le-Dale. The Angles established Preston; the name Preston is derived from Old English words meaning “Priest settlement” and in the Domesday Book appears as “Prestune”. During the Middle Ages, Preston formed a parish and township in the hundred of Amounderness and was granted a Guild Merchant charter in 1179, giving it the status of a market town. Textiles have been produced in Preston since the middle of the 13th century, when locally produced wool was woven in people’s houses. Flemish weavers who settled in the area during the 14th century helped to develop the industry. In the early 18th century Edmund Calamy wrote that Preston was “a pretty town with an abundance of gentry in it, commonly called Proud Preston”. (source: Wikipedia)