Canterbury and Kent – from Story Gardens to the History of Emotions

For this week among the various things Dr Claire Bartram and I have been doing is putting together the final preparations for the CKHH 10 Year Celebratory event next week. […]

From the Stone Age to the Tudors – exploring Kent’s past

Before I come to the opening of the new gallery at Maidstone Museum with its official launch yesterday (Tuesday 5 June), I thought I would take the opportunity to mention […]

Kent’s material culture – in stone, stained glass and early books

This week has seen final preparations for the first of the ‘Inspirational Kent Women Writers’ events, the conference on Saturday. This means there will be a report in the blog […]

Sandwich and the Arrival of the Strangers – exploring processes in history

Last night (Tuesday 21 November) we were treated to a fascinating case study by Professor Alan Stewart concerning how the Strangers came to Sandwich in Elizabeth I’s reign. Consequently, this […]