There are a number of important meetings happening this week involving Centre projects, some where the Centre is heavily involved, and others where the Centre has some involvement.
This week I want to report on the first meeting of 2022 for the Kent History Postgraduates group as well as a meeting of the Lossenham Project wills group in […]
Happy New Year to readers of the Centre for Kent History and Heritage’s weekly blog that is now back after its fortnight Christmas break. Firstly, I’m delighted to announce that […]
Before I come to Richard Best’s presentation to the Kent History Postgraduates group, I thought I would catch up on a few other matters involving staff from the CKHH.
As we head towards the end of term and what remains a somewhat uncertain state regarding the type and level of activities/restrictions that may come to pass, I thought I […]
I thought it was time I gave you more information about the Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2022 which will be up on the Centre’s website very shortly. Thus, I thought I […]
Stop press: the CKHH is given one of the two runners-up awards in the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Community’ category of the CCCU’s Staff Recognition Awards 2020/21. So well done […]
To a degree this is a catch up week in that there were the final three talks for Kentish Saints and Martyrs and the Nightingale Lecture, as well as Dr […]
Stop press! CKHH receives a nomination for an award in the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Community’ category at CCCU. So well done Claire and Diane this is richly deserved for […]