Seven nominations announced for Margate Civic Society Town Pride Awards

The refurbished Mulberry Tree is one of the nominations

Margate Civic Society’s annual Town Pride awards has seven nominations this year.

The awards will be held on Thursday, May 9 at the Walpole Bay Hotel, Fifth Avenue, Cliftonville,from 7.30pm..

Following the award presentations, there will be Members’ notices and community updates, which will be followed by a fundraising raffle and refreshments.

This year’s nominations

Mulberry Tree Public House, Dane Road, Margate – Renovation

‘Brompton Villas’, 34, 34A and 34B Westgate Bay Avenue, Westgate-on-Sea =New development

Baybrook Heights’, 10 Union Crescent, Margate – Renovation

‘Sandy Villas’, 1, 2 & 3 Old Boundary Road, Westgate-on-Sea – New development

Dane Park Project, Margate  – Open space community project by Colourful Margate Community Group

TS Eliot Mural, Platform 1 Waiting Room, Margate Railway Station – Art installation designed by Arnold Schwartzman, OBE RDI and produced and curated by Kamilla Blanche

The T S Eliot mural at Margate Railway Station Photo John Horton

44 Canterbury Road, Westbrook  – New development on former site of ‘Dog and Duck’ pub site

The results of the Town Pride Awards will be announced by the Society’s Chair, Pamela Pople and the presentations will be made by the Vice Chairman, Harry Scobie in the presence of the Society’s President,  Ralph Handscomb.

Non-members most welcome – £4.50 admission

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