A hugely successful group of Dover cheerleaders may have to leave the district unless they find a new hall.
Some 200 youngsters from the Vista Twisters could be left without a place to practice when Dover Leisure Centre closes.
I met with head coach Ruth McDade at one of the group's practice sessions. She said that the club had so far been unable to secure space at the new leisure centre in Whitfield for their growing programme.
The group have been looking for alternative accommodation in the district. But they have not found anywhere suitable – and fear they may have to move to Folkestone.
I have written to Dover District Council, urging them to help the Vista Twisters find a new place to practice.
The Vista Twisters are a massive Dover success story. The council must do everything they can to keep this club in the district.
These youngsters always do the town proud when they perform in competitions across the country – and in tough European contests too.
We should be looking after them – and helping them build on their incredible success here in Dover.
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