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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Rosie Duffield, MP Talk On “New Year, New Canterbury”

7.30 Friday 20th April 2018 at the United Reformed Church, Watling Street Rosie Duffield, the MP for the Canterbury district, has agreed to talk to a public meeting organised by the Canterbury Society on 20th April.  Her topic will be “New Year, New Canterbury” and we have asked her 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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Take Action Against Air Pollution: Turn Off Those Engines

“Turn off those engines: save money and keep healthy” This was the headline for a Canterbury Society initiative which aimed to get people to turn off their car engines whilst waiting at the St Dunstan’s level crossing. Research has suggested that the air quality in our city is very poor…

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Should there be a Town Council for Canterbury?

This was the question at a meeting organised by the Canterbury Society, which took place Tuesday 3rd October. It was one of a series of meetings, which have taken place across the area, under the auspices of the Campaign for Democracy in Canterbury District. The aim was to discuss the City…

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Do you want a Town Council for Canterbury?

Meeting at 7.30 on Tuesday 3 October, St Peter’s Methodist Church Hall Canterbury City Council is currently carrying out a Community Governance Review. This is looking at how local democracy works, how the council is organised and how the community can get involved in local decisions. The Review might result in creating…

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Air pollution project: We need your help

“Turn off those engines: save money and keep healthy.” This is the headline for a Canterbury Society initiative which aims to get people to turn off their car engines whilst waiting at the St Dunstan’s level crossing. The air quality in our city is very poor and this is one…

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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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