Dover, Becket pilgrims, and medieval animals

STOP PRESS! a fabulous opportunity to see Dr Rachel Koopmans give an illustrated presentation on the Becket Miracle Window that featured in the British Museum’s Becket exhibition last summer. This […]

Dragons, Magna Carta and reading charters

It is possible some of you may have seen the ‘Kent Day’ article published online on Thursday 26 May which, as noted in the CKHH blog last week, is […]

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 […]

Canterbury and Gloucester – maps and the Crypt School

I thought I would report that this week Dr Diane Heath had her ‘Beastly Latin – Latinbarbus’ monthly workshop in which her group of volunteers are translating the First-Family Bestiary. […]