On my first day volunteering at Canterbury Christ Church University’s archive, more specifically working on the Braddon collection, I came across a letter dating from the 1960s from history professor Robert Lee Wolff to Henry Maxwell.
The Library is always looking at ways to improve things for you and is holding an informal feedback session #ShapeOurLibrary on Thursday 14th November 12-2pm, ground floor of Augustine House to hear your views. As a thank you there will be snacks provided!
National Care Leaver’s Week is happening from 28 October to 3 November. The week was established in 2002 by the Care Leavers’ Foundation, and it aims to celebrate achievements of the care experienced people in our communities. The week also highlights some of the challenges care experienced people face and encourages discussion around the support that is available.
This Halloween we offer you the opportunity to write the Library a terrifying Halloween message. You can let us know what you think is “scarily good” or simply “fang-tastic” about the Library and what really works for you. Alternatively let us know what you think might be “frighteningly bad” or positively “ghoulish” so we can start improving it for you.
This September, Canterbury Christ Church University Library is celebrating Heritage Open Days, England’s largest festival of history and culture by revealing some of the fascinating research written about Canterbury by the university’s staff and students. We’ll also tell you more about some of the local studies material we have in our collection.
When thinking about Fulston Manor School’s (FMS) Library, the difference in size is striking! It’s within one large room with a number of printed books and has its own app with e-books compared to the large building housing Canterbury Christ Church University’s library, Augustine House.