Exploring Kent’s history – and having fun!

Even though there have been exceedingly momentous events taking place this week, perhaps of even greater concern for historians, especially medievalists having witnessed the televised proclamation of an English monarch […]

Conflict in Kent – from Becket to modern times

This week is a quick catch up on August events, especially Dr Diane Heath’s ‘Medieval Animals Heritage’ project, and a book review from Dr Martin Watts, but first notifications of […]

Dragons, Rochester, Lossenham and Nonington – projects across Kent!

Before I come to the green dragon building, I thought I would highlight again this opportunity for someone interested in early medieval landscape history. OPPORTUNITY FOR HISTORIAN – it could […]

Kent History and Heritage Projects – exciting opportunities!

To start this week, I want to draw your attention to this great opportunity for someone to gain a MA by Research. Suitable for either full-time or part-time study, through […]

Canterbury Maps and Mapmakers, plus other events

We are now a month away from the Medieval Canterbury Weekend and things are beginning to gear up which is very exciting. I’m delighted that several long-standing friends of the […]

Kent History Postgraduates, CKHH Projects and students in the archives

Firstly, for those who have been trying to book Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2022 tickets this week an apology because I have been informed that due to government changes, the CCCU […]