Rye is officially a civil parish in East Sussex, but with its historic roots has the status of a town; at the 2011 census it had a population of 4773. The nearby big towns are Hastings, Ashford, Folkestone, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne. In medieval times, however, as an important member of the Cinque Ports confederation, it was at the head of an embayment of the English Channel and almost entirely surrounded by the sea. Nowadays Rye is famous for its numerous antique shops. There are many famous people connected with Rye: Joan Aiken (1924-2004), children’s author, daughter of Conrad Aiken; Paul Nash (1889-1946), WWI artist, lived in East Street in the 1930s; John Christopher (1922-2012), science fiction author (the 1980s British television series based on his trilogy, “The Tripods”, was filmed near his house) and many others.
Choosing Dream Cars Gatwick Ltd. school run service in Rye, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your students are safe and well cared for on their journey in wheelchair accessible taxi to and from school. DCG specializes in transporting children with special needs and passengers with disability; we are uniquely qualified to offer wheelchair access school run services that are truly inclusive for all children. We want wheelchair users to be able to travel with us using our wheelchair friendly school run service. Minibuses with wheelchair access are available on the whole Rye area. Our fleet consists also of saloon, estate, executive cars and taxis with wheelchair access. We can help you with your school runs, getting to and from hospital appointments (medical transportation), shopping trips and outings, whisk you off on holiday and pick you up from the airport or seaport on your return (chauffeur services). DCG passenger assistant/ carer/ escort will escort and assist clients with special needs, board and alight vehicles in their daily journey to and from school, centre or other destinations.