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Restoring Sandown's Lost Duver

Duver is an Isle of Wight word for an area of sand dunes. The Common Space were awarded an East Wight Landscape Grant to replenish beach flora seed stock on Sandown seafront to restore it lost duver. The work was a genuine community effort mobilising the efforts of families and uniformed groups amongst many others.