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Congratulations to our new Civic Champion

Congratulations to Richard Norman, who was this week presented with the award for Canterbury Civic Champion for 2017. The Award was presented on Tuesday by Ptolemy Dean, President of the Canterbury Society, at the AGM of the Society. Jan Pahl, Chair of the Canterbury Society, said, ‘The judges chose Richard…

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Annual Report 2016-17

Some of the current issues with which the Canterbury Society is concerned  The Local Plan Last week we heard that the Local Plan has been approved by the Planning Inspectorate. Members of the Canterbury Society committee have worked hard on the Plan, commenting extensively on the draft and speaking at…

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Public Consultation by South East Rail

Public Consultation by South East Rail: Have Your Say by 30 June There is currently a consultation taking place on the future of South Eastern rail services. The deadline for responses has been extended to Friday 30 June, so now is the time to write in or to send your views. Click here to…

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River Litter Pick on 1st July

RIVER LITTER PICK: 10.30 am on SATURDAY 1 JULY The Canterbury Society River Litter pick is a popular event, which begins with getting into the river in waders, or litter picking along the banks, and ends with free beer and soft drinks for all the litter pickers.  This year the…

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Canterbury Society AGM… and a PRIZE!

7.30 pm on Tuesday 27 June at the Friends’ Meeting House This evening will be the AGM of the Canterbury Society. As well as the talk from Ptolemy Dean, the evening will also be the occasion for the presentation of the Canterbury Society Civic Champion Award for 2017.  Who will…

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Talk by Ptolemy Dean:  Building new communities in Canterbury

Talk by Ptolemy Dean:  Building new communities in Canterbury – what might the developers learn from Wye, Chilham and Chartham? Open lecture: 7.30 pm on Tuesday 27 June at the Friends’ Meeting House Over the next ten years thousands of new homes are going to be built in Canterbury.  Is…

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