East Kent Mercury by Graham Tutthill
The Bluebird Market is being organised by the Town Team which was formed to bid for Dover to become one of the Portas Pilot towns, with the offer of £100,000 to help rejuvenate the town centre.
The bid was unsuccessful, but the town team are pressing ahead with their plans to boost trade and attract more visitors.
“More than 350 local people and organisations gave us letters of support which showed how much feeling there is in the town to get things improved,” said town team chairman Louise Miller (pictured ).
“It was disappointing that we were not selected for the Portas initiative funds, because it is clear that Dover is in desperate need of investment and regeneration to turn it around.
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