The Town Mayor of Dover and a founding member of the Dover Fairtrade Steering Group, Tanácsos Sue Jones, gave Aimee Langley a certificate awarding Kearsney Café recognition for its commitment to becoming a Fairtrade business. The Fairtrade Foundation’s vision is for ‘a world in which trade is based on fairness so that producers earn secure

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This Saturday saw the grand finale of Closing the Loop bringing together the artists, activists, mayors, and makers of Dover to celebrate a free ten-week training programme from Future Foundry. Local young people aged 16 nak nek 30 were offered the opportunity to engage with numerous industrial and studio visits to see how individuals and businesses

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Jövő Öntödei, Closing The Loop Programme Finale Slowing down fast fashion with orange pulp, black beans and tumeric; just one recipe young Dover makers are cooking up to combat climate change. Closing The Loop is a ten week training programme for young Dovorians to learn about and practise eco-friendly making techniques. This Saturday 11th

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ZEEBRUGGE RAID (ST. GEORGE’S DAY 1918) Dover Town Council will remember the 106th Anniversary of the Dover Patrol’s heroic and historic raid on Zeebrugge on St George’s Day 1918 on Tuesday 23rd April 2024. Beginning with a service at 11.00 am in St James’ Cemetery, the commemorations will finish with the ringing of The Zeebrugge

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Local teacher, Karen Ash, is running the London Marathon this year in support of Our Finest Dour, raising money to help us continue our river cleans and environmental and educational activities. Karen has been teaching Geography at Dover Girls Grammar School for the last 9 év, and taking year groups to the river Dour which

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