The Civic and Special Projects Committee of the Council has stepped in to answer the appeal for funds to repair the minibus belonging to the local 354 (Dover) Air Training Corps. A massive unexpected repair bill of £2,200 had meant the bus was off the road and youngsters had already missed out on trips and…

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The first Neighbourhood Panning Workshop held in the Biggin Hall on 28 November – and was a huge success with the hall full of local people sharing their detailed knowledge of Dover and thoughts about how to make the Town a better place to live and work. Planning experts explained how Neighbourhood Plans can benefit…

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For the second year Dover will be supporting LGBT History Month in February by flying the Rainbow Flag. The 2019 Theme is Peace, Reconciliation and Activism.  LBGT history month aims to – Increase the visibility of lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender people, their history, lives and their experiences in the culture of the wider community…

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Dover Mayor, Councillor Sue Jones represented the People of Dover at the Annual Commemoration of the Holocaust in Deal. Sue joined 80 other civic dignitaries from all over Kent to lay a wreath at the Holocaust Memorial Stone in St George’s Church Garden in remembrance of the 6 million men, women and children who died…

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Bogla Bote Godri’s career has just got off to a fabulous start.  The 8 year old winner of the 2018 Young Cooks Competition cooked her champion recipe for 30 special guests including Dover Mayor Councillor Sue Jones at the Dog in Wingham.  The young chef served a superb meal of Sea Bass with smoked bacon,…

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Fairtrade Fortnight will return in 2019 from 25 February to 10 March. It’s one of the most important times of the year to celebrate Fairtrade Achievements, whilst encouraging further commitments from the public, companies and Government to take action for fairer trade. This year Fairtrade Fortnight will focus on cocoa. Farmers of this iconic Fairtrade…

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