Finally the Tudors & Stuarts 2023 schedule on the CKHH web page and supporting pages are now up, not quite as in previous years but serviceable and hopefully will show […]
I thought I would start by saying I have been notified that the Tudors & Stuarts 2023 History Weekend (Friday 28 April – Sunday 30 April) website will be live […]
Because the blog would get caught up with the Bank Holidays next week, I thought it was more sensible to use this week to give just a brief round-up of […]
This week is a case of playing catch up, firstly mentioning Dr Diane Heath’s highly successful ‘Medieval Animals Heritage’ pre-Christmas extravaganza and then her ‘Amulets’ conference at the Science Museum […]
Another milestone – this is the 400th blog!!
This week the focus is Dover, and specifically the Maison Dieu, but before I get to that, I thought I would just mention a few other matters involving the CKHH.
It is worth noting that the end of this week and next will comprise numerous research meetings, including for the Lossenham Project and Medieval Animals Heritage, as well as notice […]
This week I’m going to report on the Medway History Showcase and the first three of the lunchtime lectures, organised by Dr Claire Bartram, as part of Canterbury Festival, but […]
This week I thought I would report on several events that have taken place before I come to a quick recap about the lunchtime lectures, organised by Dr Claire Bartram, […]