Published: 00:00, 13 September 2015
| Updated: 10:30, 13 September 2015
Police have revealed that one of their officers was injured, but no arrests were made, at yesterday’s National Front march in Dover.
Around 250 protesters from several groups attended the demonstration which started at 12.30pm and ended at 3.15pm.
The far-right demonstrators were met by opposing groups, with some violence witnessed.
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Carly Morris said she saw “lumps of concrete” being thrown by opposition groups.
She said: “It was very dangerous, disgusting violence and certainly not down to the protesters.”
Video: Police are confronted by demonstrators
A spokesman said: “One police officer suffered bruising to his shoulder and some parked cars were damaged in Russell Street after various items were thrown but the protest passed without major incident. There were no arrests.”
Extra police officers were on duty in the town to keep opposing groups separated and allow the planned march to run peacefully to Dover Eastern Docks.
Traffic on Townwall Street was delayed for 45 minutes.
A spokesman added: “Kent Police would like to thank the community for its co-operation.”
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