Welcome to the Canterbury Society

Life is beginning to look brighter with the mass roll-out of the vaccination programme. We are now more optimistic we will be able to offer our members an interesting series of events during the course of this year. Please click on ‘Upcoming Events‘ for some details of these.
Richard Scase (Chair)

5th May @ 7pm Creating a Nature Friendly Garden. Maureen Rainey, Kent Wild-life Trust. Details on Upcoming Events. To register for this event click on this link.


We are also welcoming nominations for the Canterbury Society Design Awards 2021. To read more and download a nomination form, click here..


Our aim is to enhance the quality of the City’s environment. To preserve and improve its architecture, its green spaces and its transport, to combat litter and graffiti. We regard the economic and social welfare of our citizens as something that has to be protected. Community governance and social cohesion are important to us. We provide a forum for local discussion and debate but we are strictly non-political. Often we partner with the Council and with other City civic associations that share similar objectives.

We cannot operate without member subscriptions. All our work is voluntary and unpaid but we have to pay for room bookings, insurance, and printing costs for posters and leaflets.

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    Further sponsors are welcome. The Awards Ceremony is held at the Cathedral Lodge and is one of the City’s most prestigious events. For further details please click here.