January Greens!

YES! – It’s time to shake off those winter blues.   Is your New Year’s Resolution – To be fitter, trimmer and do more exercise? Get outside to enjoy the fresh air? Eat better, healthier and cheaper? Live in a more environmentally and sustainable way? Tick all the boxes at once by renting a Town…

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A £2,000 Town Council grant will pay for refurbished facilities at Dover Emmaus based in the historic Archcliffe Fort. Councillor Pam Brivio, Chairperson of the Civic and Special Projects Committee visited the community to present the cheque. Pam said – Dover Town council are pleased to support Emmaus, which is such a valuable asset to…

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The Town Council held events at Maison Dieu House and the Louis Armstrong Pub to mark White Ribbon Day on November 25th – the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.  Men everywhere are asked to recognise the necessity for them to stand up and take responsibility in working towards a future without…

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The White Ribbon Campaign aims to end violence against women.  Statistics show that 20% of women have experienced sexual assault and 2 women are killed by a current or former partner every week. 6 out of 7 victims of domestic violence are women. The Campaign engages men and women by inviting them to take the…

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Members of our local Royal British Legion (White Cliffs) Branch braved the rain today to lay out the Garden of Remembrance at the People of Dover’s War Memorial. The black British Legion official crosses are placed in memory of all those regiments connected with Dover during the two World Wars.  Coordinator and former Reservist Peter Hall…

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 There were queues at the opening of the 2019 Big Draw in The Biggin Hall today with all ages from tots to teenagers and seniors busy making pictures together.  The Big Draw is a National Festival of Drawing which takes place each year promoting drawing as a key skill that is important not only for…

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