Gas works will cause pier's closure
Deal Pier is set to close - but only for new gas mains to be laid.

Bus service consultation begins
The public can air their views on rural public transport at 11 Kent meetings.

Police called to 'man with weapon'
Armed officers were scrambled after a man was reported to have a weapon.

Dover riots - case closed
The investigation into mass violence during 2016 protests is over - unless new evidence comes up.

Tenant needed to run pub bought by community
A community which clubbed together to buy back their local pub is now looking for a suitable tenant to run it.

The venue of legends
Did you know some of the world's most famous bands launched their careers in Kent?

Wheelie bin fire spreads to outbuilding
Firefighters have tackled a wheelie bin fire which spread to an outbuilding.

Call to remove 'tatty' welcome sign
Bosses and an MP want a "tatty" sign welcoming people to their town to be torn down - and a building derelict for 40 years to be renovated.

Blind physiotherapist remembered for his healing hands
The family of a blind physiotherapist who was known for his healing hands have described him as an ?exceptional man?.

Government to decide on homes proposal
Controversial plans for 120 new homes could be approved after the decision was taken out of the district council's hands.

Two new ferries due
A ferry company says it is bringing in two vessels by 2021.

Honouring his life
More than 100 gathered to release balloons in tribute to a young man who died suddenly.

Historian made first Patron of mining heritage group
David Starkey has joined a group regenerating a former Kent colliery.

Clap them over the clifftops
Families are invited to pack a picnic and cheer runners across the finish line at the fifth annual Clifftop Challenge in d of Breast Cancer Now.

99 problems including 'stolen' keys
An ice cream man says he is struggling to sleep at night after the keys to his van were stolen.

Vandals target café after owner speaks out about racism
Vandals have struck at a café less than 24 hours after the owner spoke out about his plans to tackle racism.

'Let him stay'
Patients are fighting to prevent the risk of their physiotherapist being deported.

Café owner to frame and display racist note
A café owner has bold plans for a note he received which details the rumoured racist nickname of his establishment.

Ciao Bella? - Italian restaurant may not move in
A popular restaurant chain could drop plans to open a third Kent diner.

Date set for memorial service for ex mayor
A memorial service will be held for a councillor whose career in local politics spanned four decades.

Dover Schools
Faith Schools: Dover faith schools are not listed

Secondary Schools

Archers Court Maths and Computing College
Honeywood Road
CT16 2EG
Tel: 01304 820126

Dover Grammer School for Girls
Frith Road
CT16 2PZ
Tel: 01304 206625

Astor College for the Arts
Astor Avenue
CT17 0AS
Tel: 01304 201151

Dover Grammer School for Boys
Astor Avenue
CT17 0DQ
Tel: 01304 206117


Primary Schools

Aycliffe Community Primary School
St David's Avenue
CT17 9HJ
Tel: 01304 202651

Barton Junior School
Barton Road
CT16 2ND
Tel: 01304 201643

Green Park Primary School
The Linces
CT16 2BN
Tel: 01304 822663

Priory Fields School
Astor Avenue
CT17 0FS
Tel: 01304 211543

River Primary School
Lewisham Road
CT17 0PP
Tel: 01304 822516

St Martin's School
Markland Road
CT17 9LY
Tel: 01304 206620

Shatterlocks Infant School
Heathfield Avenue
CT16 2PB
Tel: 01304 204264

Vale View Community School
Vale View Road
CT17 9NP
Tel: 01304 202821

White Cliffs Primary College for the Arts
St Radigunds Road
CT17 0LB
Tel: 01304 206174

Whitfield & Aspen School
Mayfield Road
CT16 3LJ
Tel: 01304 821526
Tel: 01304 829846

Public Schools

Dover College
Effingham Crescent
CT17 9RH
Tel: 01304 205969

Private Schools

Duke of York Military School
CT15 5EQ
Tel: (civil) 01304 245024
Tel: (military) 94284 5024

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