If you are planning to write or blog about White Cliffs Country, our experienced team will be delighted to handle your media enquiries and to assist you in arranging your visit. We can offer help with story ideas and imagery as well as suggest accommodation, attractions, places to eat, drink and shop for your readers, viewers or listeners.
For photographers, film and TV producers looking for somewhere unique – we can point you in the right direction. Our iconic cliffs and picturesque countryside have provided the location for a range of programmes, in addition to our photogenic towns such as Deal, which has been used in both series of ITV’s ‘Liar’.
Our new image library has a wide selection of photos available to download. From stunning coastal and countryside landscapes to images of our scenic villages and charismatic towns and the features for which they are famed and admired.
We can create bespoke press trips to meet your needs and support your plans to fulfil your brief. We have great contacts across the district and are happy to help you find an exciting hook for your coverage.
Please contact us with your full details including publication, commission (including links and stats), trip preferences and your deadline.
We can only offer press trips to journalists with a firm commission and each press trip will have to be measured on its individual merit.
If your enquiry relates to tourism in White Cliffs Country, please contact Luisse Whiting, Marketing and Communications Officer via email at email@example.com
For general press enquiries concerning Dover District Council, please contact the council’s dedicated Communications and Press department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Filming & Photography in White Cliffs Country
White Cliffs Country (Dover District) is a popular filming location and productions such as World War Z (Film, 2013), The Tunnel (TV, 2013-2018), Into the Woods (Film, 2014), Avengers: Age of Ultron (Film, 2015), Liar (TV, 2017-2020) and Christopher Robin (Film, 2018) have been filmed here.
To film on land owned by Dover District Council or by other organisations you must be granted permission.
For more information on photography and obtaining permission to film in White Cliffs Country please contact Dover District Council’s Property Services Department or visit the Kent Film Office website.