Seaford is a coastal town in the county of East Sussex, on the South coast of England. Lying East of Newhaven and Brighton and West of Eastbourne, it is the largest town in Lewes district, with a population of about 23,000. The other big towns around are Hastings and Worthing. In 1620 and 1624, the sheriff and jurat of Seaford was William Levett, of an Anglo-Norman family long seated in Sussex. In the 16th century the people of Seaford were known as the “cormorants” or “shags” because of their enthusiasm for looting ships wrecked in the bay. There are a lot of notable people connected with Seaford. Sir Anthony Blunt, the former keeper of the Queen’s paintings who was revealed to be a Soviet spy, went to school in Seaford. Actor Tony Caunter, who played Roy Evans in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, once lived in Seaford. Actor Nigel Davenport, attended St Peter’s School, Seaford.
In Seaford Dream Cars Gatwick Ltd. is able to provide a dynamic wheelchair accessible taxi for the passengers with disability. DCG can arrange the transportation of wheelchair users groups, and is able to quote for your taxi journey to suit your handicap needs anywhere in the UK. Our wheelchair access minibuses serve all the major airports, railway stations and ferry terminals. Dream Cars Gatwick Ltd. wheelchair friendly minibuses are the best choice for airport taxis and private hire transfers for the disabled. DCG is continuing to improve our minibuses with wheelchair access and the help and support we offer passengers that may require extra assistance. Wheelchair users are very welcome on board all of our taxis with wheelchair access. You have an opportunity to book our spotless, punctual, professionally chauffeur services that represent the standard to which other Seaford transportation services merely aspire. For those who are unable to use public transport an ideal choice is our passenger assistant/ carer/ escort that can help to get out and about. Dream Cars Gatwick Ltd. medical transportation helps people access healthcare appointments in Sussex.