It was a busy afternoon in the Dover Town Council Chamber as local organisations, businesses and visitor attractions met to network swap information about all the things Dover has to offer to visitors. The swap-shop was organised by Diederik Smet of Destination Dover to encourage organisations to cross promote the Town and its range of…

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Dover Town Council expresses condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the terrible attack at Westminster on Wednesday. We wish those injured a full and speedy recovery. We fully support our police force and those who work and take personal risks to keep our communities safe. It is important that we all…

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Members of the two Tower Hamlets Forums and volunteers  took part in the national Keep Britain Tidy Clean Up in the Tower Hamlets ward. By the end of the two day event nearly 50 bags of rubbish had been collected from two areas of the ward. Including all sorts of interesting articles!  Areas cleaned included the area…

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Dover remembered the 193 passengers and crew who lost their lives when the Herald of Free Enterprise sank outside Zeebrugge 30 years ago on the night of 6 March 1987 at an anniversary service at St Mary’s Church in the Town.  The tragedy changed the Town forever as almost everyone in our community had family…

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There was standing room only in the Dover Town Council chamber at the meeting. Local people were able to give their views on the future of the Town at a meeting of the Neighbourhood Forum held at the Town Council offices. Tim Ingleton (Head of Inward Investment at Dover District Council) updated the meeting on…

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    Dover Town Council Chamber was standing room only on 1 February for the official launch of Dover as a “Walkers are Welcome” town.  The event marked the successful completion of a strict accreditation process including a petition of support signed by over 1000 local people and is an enormous achievement for the local…

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‘The Table’ sculpture is back at in the town at Charlton Green. ‘The Table’ was built in the Old Sorting Office at Charlton Green. Weighing about 5 tons and measuring 4 meters across, it is constructed from timber reclaimed from the Britannia pub and Buckland paper mill and was built by artists Anthony Heywood and Uwe Derksen, with help from local…

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