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  • Sunday, 19 May 2019
    As we look forward to the spring bank holiday weekend, Dover District Council is trialling a free park and ride service to Kearsney Abbey from the DDC offices in Whitfield over the three days.
  • Thursday, 16 May 2019
    Apprentices take centre stage in Kearsney Parks restoration
    Two new horticultural apprentices have joined the Kearsney Parks project team at Dover District Council. Janiene Davenport and Joe Beaney will be learning their trade on one of the most exciting garden restoration projects in the south east as work gets underway to restore Thomas Mawson's landscape at Russell Gardens.
  • Saturday, 4 May 2019
    New Marina Pier opens to public for first time
    Dover's new Marina Pier opened to the public for the first time late yesterday afternoon. As news spread of the opening, more people headed for the pier to be among the first to stroll out to the end of the new structure and take in the views of the seafront, town, and the redevelopment work going on at the Western Docks.
  • Friday, 15 March 2019
    Dover District Leisure Centre hosts first major competitive swimming event
    The new Dover District Leisure Centre hosts it's first major competitive swimming event this weekend with up to 300 swimmers representing 24 teams competing for honours at the Kent County Amateur Swimming Association Relay Championships 2019.
  • Wednesday, 27 February 2019
    Dover District Council is to invest £280,000 in a major CCTV upgrade as part of its latest plans to support the district's town centres. The investment will see new digital technology replacing existing cameras across Dover, Deal, and Sandwich, along with the introduction of the first CCTV cameras in Aylesham. The new technology also enables future investment in town centre Wi-Fi.
  • Monday, 11 February 2019
    Architectural practice Haverstock has been appointed to lead a multi-disciplinary design team for the planned £8m restoration of Dover's Grade I listed Maison Dieu (Dover Town Hall).
  • Sunday, 10 February 2019
    Kearsney Parks project offers unique apprenticeship opportunities
    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.

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