The Health And Welfare Of Young People: Talk By Dr Tim Noble

In St Peter’s Methodist Church Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday 15th November. What are the health issues which face our students and other young people in the city? This is the subject of a talk to be given on Thursday 15 November by local GP Dr Timothy Noble. The talk…

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University Of Kent Masterplan: Last Chance To Give Your Views

The University of Kent is currently consulting on its Framework Master Plan for the future of the campus.  There have been several opportunities to see the plans and discuss them with university representatives.  Consultation will continue through November 2018, with local people being invited to comment on the Plan and…

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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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Doing Business In Canterbury: Talk by Lisa Carlson and Bob Jones

7.30 pm on Wednesday 23 May at St Peter’s Methodist Church Hall The prosperity of our city depends on a whole range of businesses, from the universities to shops and cafes, and from professional services to internet start-ups. This raises many questions. How can the city help businesses to grow…

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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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