Three days was not long enough for specialist consultants from Ingham Pinnock Associates to find their way round our Town Hall.  The team took twice as long as they thought to map all its nooks and crannies before they could begin to formulate proposals for its future. The Team formally presented their key findings…

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Look out and up to Dover Castle on 21st April at 8.30pm when the Beacon of the Town will be lit to celebrate the 90th birthday of Her Majesty the Queen.  The lighting marks the start of an exciting programme of events in the Town to mark this very special year.  Through the centuries Dover…

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“Growing More Securely”   A brand new fence at the Astley Avenue Allotment site will make sure that the 70 plus allotment holders will be able to “grow forward” with more security and peace of mind.  Dover Town Council who own the site paid for the new fence costing £23,000 as part of a package…

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What do the White Cliffs mean to you?   “Exciting, stimulating and totally exhausting” was artist Elaine Triby’s verdict on her week’s non-stop talking with local people about the new “Gateway to the Cliffs” artwork which will mark the path from Athol Terrace to the top of the cliffs. Elaine based herself in “The White…

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Dover Town Council is delighted with the news that the Marine Management Organisation has approved the Harbour Revision Order.  And even more delighted that the MMO has addressed this Council’s issues fully in its decision statement.  The decision statement demonstrates clearly that the Town’s objections have been met and concessions made because Dover Town Council…

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Sunday January 17th is a red letter day in Dover as the Major Award-winning Cory Band will be holding a Brass Master Class and conducting an afternoon concert at Charlton Church from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. Sponsored by Dover Town Council and Eythorne Silver Band, The Welsh band, ranked No.1 in the World for the last…

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