Dover District Council is recruiting two apprentices to join its National Lottery Heritage Fund project at the Kearsney Parks. The 18 month full-time apprenticeships offer a unique opportunity to be involved in one of the most exciting landscape projects in Kent with the restoration of Thomas Mawson's design for Kearsney Court, now known as Russell Gardens.
A range of classes and activities focused on promoting healthier lifestyles will be on offer at the new £26m Dover District Leisure Centre when it opens on Monday 25 February. The Healthy Communities programme includes sessions aimed at improving heart and mental health, post-natal exercise for mother and baby, and cancer rehabilitation.
The new Dover District Leisure Centre is to open to the public at 9am on Monday, 25 February. Builders, BAM Construction, are due to formally handover the building on time and on budget to Dover District Council and operators, Places Leisure, on Friday, 15 February.
Gymnastics has been announced as the latest new activity to be on offer at the new Dover District Leisure Centre. Operator, Places Leisure, will be offering a wide programme of junior recreational gymnastics from ages 2+. A dedicated team of qualified gymnastics coaches will be on hand to lead the sessions.
The clock tower at Buckland Mill has long been part of the townscape of the northern end of Dover and thanks to developer, Gillcrest Homes, the iconic clock, which dates back to 1831 is now working again following a restoration.