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Please help us to transform the St Dunstan’s underpass

The Canterbury Society and the St Dunstan’s Residents’ Association are leading a project to transform St Dunstan’s Street pedestrian underpass from a grotty tunnel to a bright, clean, safe space, lined with new art work, all covered with graffiti proof paint. The underpass will be decorated with pictures of modern…

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‘From China – to Kent towns and villages’ – Sir Terry Farrell talk

The event is being organised jointly by the University’s Faculty of Social Sciences and School of Architecture together with the Canterbury Society. More details here.

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10th Anniversary Celebration

We are celebrating our 10th birthday in a big party at the Westgate Hall on Wednesday 27 November.  Come along between 5.00 -7.00 pm.   We will be offering wine, soft drinks and canapés to all comers.  And you can join the Society on the spot.  Everyone will be welcome.  In particular we will be inviting…

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Hustings Hosted by Canterbury Society

Hustings Hosted by Canterbury Society Hustings hosted by Canterbury Society live stream

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Wincheap Planned Parking

Proposed extension of the Wincheap Park and Ride Facility to provide an additional 278 parking spaces CA//18/02551 |

This comment is submitted on behalf of the Canterbury Society, which campaigns to enhance the quality of the environment in the city. We aim to preserve and enhance Canterbury’s architecture and urban environment and its green spaces. Our principal grounds for objecting are the visual impact on a green heritage…

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FOCUS ON HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY IN CANTERBURY and AGM 7.30 pm on Wednesday 19 June at the Friends Meeting House

Many of us are concerned about the numbers of homeless people in Canterbury and about the poverty experienced by some residents.  This evening will give us an opportunity to hear from two people who really know about the situation in the city and who have ideas about what might be…

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