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 https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/news/celebrating-kents-history-and-heritage which, as noted in the CKHH blog last week, is […]

Kent History Postgraduates and Sources and Themes in Parish Histories

I am hoping that there will be two blogs this week, I’m covering the Kent History Postgraduate Group’s first meeting of 2019/20 and the ‘Parish Histories’ conference, while my colleague […]

Maritime Kent and more Canterbury landmarks

Some of you may remember that about 15 month ago the Centre held a conference on ‘Maritime Kent through the Ages’. Following that successful day Stuart Bligh, Dr Elizabeth Edwards […]

Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2020 and Canterbury’s water supply

I am continuing to make progress on the programme for the Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2020 that will take place from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 April. All being well, work […]