Patriotic theme for decorative planting
PATRIOTIC residents and traders in Castle Street have completed a red, white and blue flower-planting and flag-hanging to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics.
Castle Street Society chairman David Hannent and treasurer Adeline Reidy organised a cash collection for baskets and decorations on the green plot at the bottom of the street.
The funds were boosted with £500 from Dover Town Council, and mayor Ronnie Philpott turned out on Monday to help bed in the final plants.
Mr Hannent said: "We have been putting flags up and tending the baskets for many years and we want this year to be our best ever."
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The society has renewed some steel brackets for the baskets and shops in the road are doing patriotic window displays.
Castle Forum members will also be helping to brighten up the planters in the High Street on Monday from 10am.
See pages 8 and 9 for our Diamond Jubilee events guide