There’s still time to polish your boots and step out at the White Cliffs Walking Festival which runs from 22nd to 28th August with walks to suit all ages, interests and abilities. You can follow the line of Dover’s lost medieval town walls, explore the prosperous history of Dover through its corn mills, paper mills…

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There was standing room only at the meeting of the Town Council on 17 July. Young people organising Dover’s first Pride event on 31st August outlined their plans for a march through the Town, rally and celebration of the local LGBTQ+ community to Councillors.  All Dovorians are welcome to show support and to come along…

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A single soldier stands facing France. He is surrounded by thousands of poppies dedicated to the fallen by the public throughout the UK paying tribute to each and every one of the sacrifices made. Every One Remembered by sculptor Mark Humphrey is being installed looking out to sea, and facing France where so many died…

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Dover Town Council proudly unveils the Dover Remembrance Art Trail commemorating and honouring the armed forces and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. The remembrance art trail consists of five pieces and features three new exhibits by British artist Mark Humphrey commemorating the end of World War One, two named Point of Everyman’s Land and…

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Saga’s new flagship “Spirit of Discovery” was launched by HRH the Duchess of Cornwall from Dover on 5 July.  The new ship has room for 999 passengers with 540 all-balcony cabins and suites, 5 restaurants, bars and entertainment venues.  The library will provide a quieter space while the lido and spa and gym will provide…

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Mayor of Dover Councillor Gordon Cowan joined the crowds and got with the beat at the Dover Together Multicultural Festival on Saturday 29th June in Pencester Gardens, an annual event which is now a firm favourite with everyone. The Dover Together Multicultural Festival aims to bring the diverse communities of Dover together to celebrate and…

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The bollards are blooming with colourful summer flowers along the length of Castle Street in the heart of the Dover’s Old Town thanks to Town Council funding.  Castle Street is the most photographed street in Dover with its mix of historic buildings and fabulous view of the Castle itself – and it’s now looking even…

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The Mayor, Councillor Gordon Cowan, joined the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Kent, the Chairman of Dover District Council and other civic dignitaries at the Council Offices to mark Armed Forces Day 2019. The day is a chance every year to show support for all the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community…

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