Images taken from the 2016 Mike McFarnell Dover Film


              2016 International Wheelchair

             Fencing 31st January 2016 in

                   Crusie Terminal 1, Dover

              Dover Lions Club Charity Walk


Thursday 21st April 2016 Lighting the

Beacon at Dover Castle

to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday

                  St Gerge's Day in St James'Cemetery and

                   the Zeebrugge Memorial and Graves on

                                         23 April 2016

                       2016 Dover Carnival

                              2016 Blue Bells

                        2016 Dover Music Fesival

                            The Batchelors

    2016 Lions Publician Walk on Dover sea front.

  Tick Brown and the Kelly Turner Cancer

     Fund present an afternoon with

     User Friendly - 20 years of Classic

            Rock at the Bull Inn Dover.

                Switch On of Dover Christmas Lights

                2016 Boxing Day Dip









   Mike McFarnell, on behalf of the Dover

   Film Festival Society receives two

   cheques from the Rotary Club of


   President Tony and the Rotary Club

   of Dover were pleased to be able to

   round up the amount received by

   donations made directly to the Dover

   Film Festival by individuals and local

   community groups and through our

   Just Giving Page; so that the total

   donated reached £2,500. 


   The Dover Film Festival Society would 

   normally take £2,500 in tickets sales

   but because the Silver Screen Cinema   

   was closed because of the pandemic.

   This was not possible.


   It is hoped that that in March 2022,

   the Annual Dover Film will be back

   at the Silver Screen Cinema.









       Rotary Club of Dover








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