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CONTACT US       Adeline Reidy,    1 Castle Street, Dover   TEL. 01304 211591 EMAIL. adelinereidy@btconnect.com

 

                           David Hannent, 16 Castle Street, Dover  TEL.01304 240000  EMAIL. david@pmcs.net

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About The Author - Lorraine Sencicle

Lorraine Sencicle has lived in Dover for most of her life. Now a grandmother, she is married to Alan and has two grown-up daughters, Lynn Candace and Annelies, both of whom, like their father, attended Dover schools.

 

Lorraine is a trained nurse and a graduate from the University of Kent where she taught her degree subject, Economics. She became interested in local history in the 1980s, when fighting Dover District Council over the development of local open spaces and historical sites.

 

Since that time, Lorraine has worked hard at promoting Dover's valuable local asset, its history, as well as continuing to oppose developments she sees as inappropriate. Besides an academically acclaimed book, Banking on Dover and the commercially successful book, Haunted Dover, since 2004 Lorraine has been the regular contributor of the All Our Yesterdays page in the Dover Mercury.

 

We thank Lorraine for her contributions to our History Pages.

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