In a series of letters we learn that Guston IBF near Dover is no longer needed, and will not be completed, to the delight of local residents.
Author: Sarah Gleave
Sarah Gleave retired in Dec 2014, after a life working in secondary, higher education and further education in Britain and overseas. She was a founder member of Dover and Deal Green Party and Transition Town Dover, and is a candidate in the 2021 county elections.
The Port of Dover’s Annual Consulation Meeting with the town confronts the current challenging times facing it. Sarah Gleave reports.
Sarah Gleave reports on the Port of Dover’s recent commitments to reduce its carbon footprint to zero by the year 2025
Protestors in Broadstairs gather outside MP Craig Mackinlay’s office to declare that this is a ‘Cost of greed, not a cost of living crisis’.
The minutes of Walmer Town Council show that the council voted to refer the dodgy deal to the authorities and to suspend a councillor.
Public protest in Dover incensed by the instant sacking and demanded a U-Turn by P&O
Climate activists turned out all over Kent on 5 November during COP26 in Glasgow, to raise awareness of the Climate Challenge facing us all.
A new climate forum in Dover calls on the District Council to listen. Its aim is to speak on behalf of a variety of community groups.
‘The Seas are rising: Take action on Climate emergency’ demanded a gathering in Dover at the start of the G7 meeting in Cornwall.
Conservatives dominate in Kent So Kent continues with 61 Conservative county councillors out of 81 and with 9 of 13 borough councils dictated to by Conservative cabinets. It continues as a one-party council that doesn’t reflect the fact that 60-80% of Kent doesn’t vote Conservative. Where opposition parties won Conservatives went into the 2021 Kent County […]