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The Canterbury Heritage Design Forum, CHDF

The CHDF – which was previously known as the Canterbury Conservation Advisory Committee, or CCAC – is a group of residents and professionals that works to preserve and enhance the heritage environment of the City of Canterbury, promoting good design and an awareness of our heritage as it is contained in…

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Talk by Heather Newton: Conservation At The Cathedral

7.30 pm on Tuesday 6 March in St Peter’s Methodist Church Hall, St Peter’s Street Heather Newton is Head of Conservation at the Cathedral and has managed some of the most significant recent projects, including the re-building of the Great South Window.  We are delighted that she is coming to…

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Comment on the plans for “Canterbury Riverside”

Many of you are very concerned about the plans for the development of the old Serco site on the corner of Sturry Road and Kingsmead Road, now called “Canterbury Riverside”. So you may be interested the updated drawings which are due to be uploaded onto the council’s planning site this…

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Looking ahead to Spring: Litter Pick on weekend of 3-4 March

Are you concerned about litter? Where in Canterbury is the litter worst? We will be organising a Canterbury Society litter pick on the weekend of 3-4 March, as part of the Keep Britain Tidy Great British Spring Clean. So get in touch if you have suggestions about where the litter…

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Talk by Heather Newton:  7.30pm Tuesday 6 March

Heather Newton is Head of Conservation at the Cathedral.  We are delighted that she is coming to give a talk about the work currently going on at the Cathedral and about the challenges involved in conserving the fabric of this historic building.   Further details will follow, but you might like…

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Recruitment of Additional Trustees for “Love Hambrook Marshes”

Hambrook Marshes is the 50 acre wetland site lying by the Great Stour upstream from Toddlers’ Cove.  It is run by the charity Love Hambrook Marshes.  Many of you will have enjoyed walking or cycling through the Marsh along the path to Chartham. The charity wishes to recruit additional Trustees…

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