Posted: Sun 13th Feb 2022

Praise for team behind local and fast-growing chauffeur business for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Feb 13th, 2022

The MP for Clwyd South has praised the team behind a local and fast-growing chauffeur business.

On Friday 21st January, Member of Parliament for Clwyd South, Simon Baynes MP, met with Chris and Maggie Millward-Hopkins, the owners of NEW Executive Transfers Ltd and North Wales Guided Tours Ltd, to learn more about how their chauffeur business operates.

The couple, who live in Penycae, started the company in 2018, which has grown to become a professional chauffeur company, with business, media and tourism clients from across the UK and US.

Chris acts as the chauffeur and is one of fewer than 70 people in the UK with the Guild of Professional Chauffeurs certification.

Chris Millward-Hopkins said: “We thank Simon for taking the time to meet us and for helping to raise awareness of the quality of services available in North Wales in general and via NEW Executive Transfers and North Wales Guided Tours in particular.

“We feel our area is too often seen as a budget tourism destination whereas, in reality, there are a number of companies like ourselves offering the highest standard of product and service.”

Simon Baynes MP said: “It was a pleasure to meet Chris and Maggie and to learn more about their journey founding and growing NEW Executive Transfers into the success story it is today.

“This provides a chauffeur service of the highest quality and also runs chauffeur driven private guided tours for visitors to North Wales which makes a significant contribution to tourism in our area.

“I would like to wish Chris and Maggie all the very best for the future.”

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