Statement of Welcome for Refugees People in Dover are compassionate and caring. Almost everyone has experience either first hand or through families and friends of the challenges of living in a border town. Many who work in Dover have responsibility at the sharp end for the protection and freedom of citizens against those who wish…

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Millions of people pass through the port of Dover each year, many stopping off to see the sights and historical landmarks in the town as well as to enjoy the beach and seaside. Visitors to Dover will find it easier to get their bearings thanks to the new sign posts leading to the Seafront and the…

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In 2012 Dover Town Council started a greeting service run by volunteers to meet, greet and advise tourists visiting the town during the summer months, to answer any questions and generally give a welcoming feel to the Town. Since then, the Dover Greeters have gone from strength to strength, becoming an integral part of life…

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Dover Town Council wants to promote and encourage walking in the town as part of a healthy lifestyle. To this end, three varied routes have been created for the community to enjoy. The routes include the town’s heritage, tourism, transport and nature and range from approximately 24 minutes up to 2 hours. All three routes start and…

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