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Griff Rhys Jones: Talk on The Future of our Towns and Cities

6.30 pm on Monday 3rd September in the Templeman Lecture Theatre in the Templeman Library, University of Kent. Free public lecture. All welcome   Griff Rhys Jones is well-known for his concern about the quality of our towns and cities, particularly historic cities such as Canterbury – and for the…

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Heritage Open Days, All Welcome: 6th to 9th, and 13th to 16th September

Mark these dates in your diary if you would like to take up the invitation of free access to some of Canterbury’s most outstanding locations within the built environment. There are 23 landmark sites to be visited on this year’s programme of Heritage Open Days, including both old and new…

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A New Vision for The Future of Canterbury: Send your ideas by 30th September

Do you have views on how you would like Canterbury to develop over the next few years? If so, you can participate in the ‘Canterbury Vision’. We are preparing to publish a Vision for the Future of our City, explaining how the city can develop in the best possible way…

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Canterbury Society Design Awards 2018

Following the success of the first biennial Design Awards in 2016, the Canterbury Society is now calling for nominations for our Design Awards 2018. The Canterbury Society Design Awards aim to recognise and celebrate buildings, spaces and places that are loved by our community. The Awards will celebrate projects nominated…

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The Society’s Annual Report 2017-2018

ACTIVITIES OVER THE PAST YEAR The Canterbury Society committee works hard to respond to the interests of our members, to comment on developments taking place in the city and to work with other residents’ groups and with partners who share our concerns. PLANNING  Members of the committee have commented on…

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Presentation of the Civic Champion Award for 2018: It’s a Secret!

Every alternate year the Canterbury Society presents the Civic Champion Award. The aim of the Award is to acknowledge and celebrate individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to life in Canterbury. The name of the Award winner is kept secret until the moment of presentation, which will take place…

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