Schools and vacancies in Dover

Famous for its chalk, white cliffs, the town of Dover perches in south east Kent at the narrowest part of the English Channel.

The ferry service across to France is still popular, and provides plenty of opportunity for day trips to the continent. Travel around the rest of the county is equally simple with the South Eastern rail service that runs right through the county to London.

Dover’s significant location means there is plenty of history to explore; Dover and Deal castle are good places to start as well as Dover Museum, St Edmund’s Chapel and The White Cliffs themselves.