The City Council is inviting your views


Canterbury City Council has launched consultations on three topics that will be important in shaping the future of our district. They say, ‘We are keen to hear the views of local people on the proposals, ensuring you have a real say in the decisions we make on your behalf’. The consultations, and…


Social Get-together for Residents’ Groups


SOCIAL GET-TOGETHER FOR RESIDENTS’ GROUPS 7.30 TUESDAY 1st DECEMBER UNITED REFORMED CHURCH, WATLING STREET Members of the Canterbury Society are invited to come along to a Social Get-together for local Residents’ Associations at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 1 December. It is being organised by the Canterbury Society, the Campaign for…


Canterbury Society War Memorials Project


The Centenary of World War I has revealed that many War Memorials are sadly neglected. However, funds have now been made available for the renovation of those which are in a bad state.  Civic Voice, the national body for civic societies, is taking the lead in providing support for community groups…


Design Award Poster


The Canterbury Society is running a Design Award for 2016 – click for more details. Below you will find the poster and a Nomination form.


Canterbury Society Design Awards 2016

CANTERBURY SOCIETY DESIGN AWARDS: 2016 The Canterbury Society is setting up a new Design Award, which we hope to give to a high quality new development in the city.  The Society regularly comments on planning applications and we have seen that the standards of design vary greatly, with some new…


Historic Cathedral Cities Alliance: a new venture growing fast

The Historic Cathedral Cities Alliance (HCCA) was launched on Saturday 24th October 2015 at the Civic Voice Annual Convention in Bristol.  This is a new venture, growing under the umbrella of Civic Voice.  It has already drawn together civic societies in over 20 cathedral cities but its concerns are relevant…


Sensory Walk Round Canterbury

This Sensory Walk is an innovative event that invites pedestrians to a sensory walk in the city centre of Canterbury.  Organised by the Centre for Architecture and Sustainable Environment (C.A.S.E. University of Kent), the walk aims to study the experience of pedestrian movement through a city.  How comfortable do we…