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24-7 Minicabs | Stoke Newington minicabs

Our Fleet

Choose from a wide selection of cars ranging from 4 seater saloons, luxury cars to 6 seater people carries, we have every type of car available to meet your needs. We also take custom orders and will help you acquire a specific car type

From £15


  • 4 Passengers
  • 2 Bags
  • 1 Cabin Bag
From £15


  • 4 Passengers
  • 3 Bags
  • 2 Cabin Bags
From £16

6 seater

  • 6 Passengers
  • 3 Bags
  • 3 Cabin Bags
From £15


  • We offer a same day delivery service. Call our 24 call centre to book or use our online booking system.

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Professional Drivers

All of our drivers are professional drivers and are license by Transport for London.

Big Fleet Of Vehicles

We offer a range of cars in our fleet. We can offer group transfers as well as individual transfers.

Online Payment

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24-7 Minicabs | Stoke Newington minicabs

About Us

Diamond Cars in a minicab based in Stoke Newington Road. We have been providing minicab, airport transfer and delivery services in and around Stoke Newington Road for the last 25 years.

24-7 Minicabs | Stoke Newington minicabs

Local News

Rallying together to eliminate gender-based violence in Hackney

November 25, 2020 No Comments

Residents, organisations, and institutions will be rallying together to show their support for the UN’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence campaign, as figures have shown at times an increase of 60% in domestic abuse referrals to the Council during the coronavirus pandemic.  The 16 Days of Activism campaign (25 November – 10 December)

Broadway Market to close this weekend

November 24, 2020 No Comments

The street market at Broadway Market will not open this Saturday and Sunday, after two weekends in three where the Council has been forced to close it early as a result of overcrowding caused by queuing at nearby licensed premises.  Despite only a small proportion of market stalls opening, takeaway alcohol and food sales –

End Hackney’s cladding scandal – Council backs campaign to support leaseholders

November 24, 2020 No Comments

Hackney Council has joined an influential parliamentary committee in calling on the government to step in to ensure leaseholders and shared owners are not forced to pay the cost of making buildings with dangerous cladding safe. The Housing, Communities & Local Government Committee – a cross-party group of MPs in the House of Commons –

Joint statement from the Mayor of Hackney and Cabinet Member for Community Safety

November 23, 2020 No Comments

Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville and Cabinet Member for Community Safety, Cllr Susan Fajana-Thomas, said:  For information: We would urge anyone with information that could assist police to call 101 ref CAD 6587/22 Nov. Alternatively tweet @MetCC, or to remain 100% anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Cyberattack update: impact on services

November 20, 2020 No Comments

Council teams are working hard to recover systems and resolve the significant disruption caused by the serious cyberattack that has affected services since October. The advanced, criminal attack remains under investigation by the Council, National Cyber Security Centre and National Crime Agency, in close cooperation with the Information Commissioner’s Office. Some services will be unavailable

LTNs have not caused a rise in nearby main road traffic, early analysis shows

November 20, 2020 No Comments

The introduction of low traffic neighbourhoods in Hackney has not caused a rise in traffic levels at nearby monitoring sites on five main A-and-B roads, early analysis of Transport for London (TfL) traffic data shows.  The analysis uses data from five TfL traffic count monitoring sites in the borough: Mare Street at its junction with

Equal Pay Day 2020: Reading between the pay gap

November 20, 2020 No Comments

Cllr Carole Williams, Cabinet Member for Employment, Skills and Human Resources, ​​​​​​reads between the lines in this year’s Equal Pay Day report from The Fawcett Society.  Today is Equal Pay Day, the day when, based on the average pay for those in full-time work, women overall stop being paid compared to men. That means from tomorrow, based on

Residents invited to suggest names for new roads, parks and other public spaces, celebrating the borough’s diversity

November 20, 2020 No Comments

Hackney Council is inviting members of the public to submit ideas for names of future roads, buildings, parks and other public spaces, as it launches the Hackney Naming Hub to crowdsource names to make the borough’s spaces more inclusive. The Council has launched a new online platform to collect names that bring to light hidden

Policing in Hackney – Findings from youth-led research by Account

November 20, 2020 No Comments

Account, a youth-led police monitoring group from Hackney, has released a new report titled ‘Policing in Hackney: Challenges from Youth in 2020’. All the research in the report was designed, conducted and written up by young people in Account. The report documents issues around trust, trauma and accountability with regards to local police. It includes the following

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