A host of celebrities are backing a campaign by the National Trust to buy a stretch of Dover's famous white cliffs. The Trust launched a public appeal last month to raise the 1.2 million needed to buy the land which is around a mile long.
Kent based presenter Paul O Grady, Dover born singer Joss Stone, Dame Vera Lynn and Dame Judi Dench are among the celebrities backing the campaign. The charity says they've already raised nearly half the money needed.
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