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Alas poor Alluvia!

When Jason Taylor removed the Alluvia statues from the Stour to repair them, he found that dredging had smashed them beyond repair. Nothing daunted he has most kindly agreed to […]

Delight amid the darkness

On Thursday 30 May, a team of devoted and inspired theatre lovers met at St Peter’s Anglican Church to read the latest text in CCS’s journey of exploration through the […]

Reading Aphra and others

The CCS season of readings of plays by local playwrights got off to a fine start with Aphra Behn’s City Heiress. If you are new to Aphra, this is a […]

Batting for our heritage

Canterbury Lord Mayor Councillor Jean Butcher showed her Bat and Trap prowess during the celebrations commemorating the official opening of the city’s new Blue Plaques Trail, which the Commemoration Society […]


Come and enjoy the new exhibition of Whitstable Harbour as it was 100 years ago, at its South Quay Shed. Mezzanine floor. Open every day.


Aphra Behn, her bronze polished and waxed, emerged from the foundry today ready to be transported to Canterbury for storage before she takes her place in the High Street outside […]

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