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Margate's Dreamland set to open to revellers

The last few years have been an economic roller coaster ride for Britain's seaside towns, but exclusive research for BBC Breakfast shows things may be picking up.

Dreamland in Margate was built in the 1920s and was a popular attraction, but cheap foreign holidays caused it to close down.

Now the seafront funfair, silent for 10 years, is preparing to open its doors again.

Ben Thompson reports.

  • 19 Jun 2015
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