A railway town of Dorking in Surrey is equidistant between two high points of the hill ranges, Box Hill and Leith Hill. The nearby big towns are London (21 miles), Epsom, Crawley, Guildford, Croydon and Farnham. First notes about the town appeared in 1086 when Dorking was held by William the Conqueror. In 1750 the construction of a turnpike road made Dorking a staging post on the route to Brighton and the coast. The Bull’s Head in South Street had a famous coachman, William Broad, whose portrait hangs in Dorking Museum in West Street. Famous people born in Dorking include Walter Dendy Sadler (1854-1923) artist and painter, and Queens Park Rangers F.C. Striker Jamie Mackie (born 1985). General Sir Lewis Halliday, a Victoria Cross recipient, died in Dorking. The famous composer Ralph Vaughan Williams lived in Dorking for much of his life, and penned most of the works which made him famous in Dorking.
In Dorking Dream Cars Gatwick Ltd. offers a wheelchair accessible taxi for school run service. Wheelchair access is an important issue for school run service in Dorking. A purpose built wheelchair friendly vehicles for school run service can carry up to three passengers with disability. DCG provides minibuses with wheelchair access in Dorking not only for school run service but also for the other journeys in the hope to show young wheelchair users how to be as active as possible. Run by a fully qualified care worker Dream Cars Gatwick Ltd. taxi with wheelchair access operates in Dorking and all the Surrey area. In addition to our fast and efficient school run service in and around the Dorking area, we also offer private hire and chauffeur services for our clients. DCG passenger assistant/ carer/ escort can meet the demands of the school and parents whilst providing essential support to children with different difficulties. Dream Cars Gatwick Ltd. also offers medical transportation service for Dorking residents who need non-emergency transport to medical appointment.