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This project in Margate, Kent, will bring back into economic use the iconic but derelict art deco cinema site that provides a critical part of the Dreamland site in Margate, Kent. It will also create a commercially viable, high quality restaurant in a Grade 2 Listed building. The refurbishment includes bringing the original building façade back to its 1930’s glory. The project will attract new visitors to the area, supporting local businesses and create 171 jobs. #CoastalCommunitiesFund

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A further £2million funding award towards the restoration of the Spanish City Dome in Whitley Bay.

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£455,000 to support tourism to the North York Moors' coastal villages.

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£149,677 to develop cultural tourism in Looe (south Cornwall coast) by growing exciting volunteer-led annual autumn festival.

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Sunderland has scooped £540,000 from the Coastal Communities Fund to continue its seafront regeneration.

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Blue skies over seafront

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£142,647 to support Wild Thing's! Blue Gym and conservation project to conserve coastal habitats.

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£1,820,916 to refurbish and revitalise Gravesend's Borough Charter Market to transform it into a retail centre for creative businesses and support services.

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£2.3 million awarded to Saltdean Lido to help restore it to its 1930s glory.

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Lido restoration plans wins £2.3m cash boost

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£96,000 to support the Ballycastle Town Market.

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£1,311,769 to turn Dawlish into a destination for walkers and cyclists, including new paths and heritage trail, and alleviate the impact on the town of the floods in early 2014.

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