Hundreds gather for Dover Together annual Multicultural Festival

Contributed by editor on Jul 13, 2018 - 10:42 AM

By Ray Duff
Hundreds of visitors from Dover and further afield gathered for the annual multicultural festival at Pencester Gardens in the centre of the town on Saturday 30th June to celebrate the diverse communities which live across the district.

Visitors were entertained throughout the day by various performers from local schools and cultural groups which included choirs, steel bands, and Chinese dancers.


Top - The 'Transition Dover' group stall Below - More community stalls  Photos: Ray Duff

Around the gardens were numerous stalls from many Community groups, Trade Unions, migrant support groups, Fairtrade and environmental groups; all alongside Statutory services such as Kent Police, Kent Fire & Rescue and Southeast Ambulance.


The Multicultural Festival banner in the High Street  Photo: Ray Duff

A food and drink tent stood opposite a Chinese dance area where locals could join in workshops.

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Top of page photo: The Bandstand provided much entertainment by Ray Duff


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