High Street Deal had the pleasure of showing The Eden Project’s Creative Catalyst Richard Good around our little town yesterday. And very lovely it looked too!
Feel strongly that Deal needs a cinema? You’re not alone! Help protect one of Deal’s most iconic buildings, the Regent AND enjoy the cinema Deal deserves by joining the Facebook Group Reopen the Regent.
The Sandown Castle Community Garden Group have been busy clearing the patch of ground by Sandown Castle and planting hundreds of bulbs and cyclamen. English Heritage who own the land, gave permission for the group to tend the area and the Council cleared it in early January.
Poems and wool feature large in the Deal WW1 commemorations! From woollen poppies adorning poems at Deal Railway station, a poetry trail in the conservation area, a stunning wreath in the window of the Norman Wisdom Centre and garden and window displays elsewhere there is plenty to spot on your strolls around town.
The Deal Card is a loyalty card for Deal & Walmer offering special deals and discounts at many independent businesses. You can obtain your starter card at multiple locations throughout…
Deal’s motto, ‘Befriend the stranger’ was definitely in evidence today when Deal welcomed Brandon Lewis MP to town to present the Telegraph High Street of the Year certificate to the Mayor of Deal, Marlene Burnham.
Calling all traders!!! Your presence is required tomorrow at 12.00 noon in the High Street when the Telegraph award for High Street of the Year will be presented. Assemble near our newly hung banner for national and local press coverage.
Highstreetdeal.co.uk is pleased to announce that Deal has won the Telegraph High Street of the Year award!
Well done Deal!! And a huge thank you to everyone who took the trouble to vote. It was thanks to your enthusiasm and affection for your town and high street which impressed the judges and ultimately led to our success.
With great generosity, Deal’s most famous photographer, Harold Chapman, has provided another beautiful set of photographs taken in Deal for our second advent calendar. In case you don’t know about…
In the coming weeks, the Telegraph will be judging the High Street of the Year from a shortlist of 10 selected from the hundreds nominated. And Deal has made the shortlist!