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Canterbury/Dover: October 10-12

So in the beginning of September, my one of my best friends from home came to visit me before she headed off to her own semester abroad at University of Kent in Canterbury. 999 more words

7 Things to do in Canterbury in the Week Before Christmas

With just a week until Christmas day, I decided to create a list of “7 Things to do in Canterbury Before Christmas”. Here are seven suggestions for you! 651 more words

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Cardiff Blues 2014/15 Canterbury Home & Alternate Shirts

If you’re looking at this Cardiff Blues shirt and thinking ‘hang on, I’ve seen this beforeā€¦ well you’re not wrong. Yes, the Blues stuck with 2013/14’s home and alternate shirts for the 2014/15 season, in a refreshing bit of restraint from Canterbury and Cardiff in this age of shirts barely lasting a team one season. 405 more words


Parks and power: Slindon and Arundel

Our Northwood stone sits close to boundary lands which have subtly shifted over the last 1000 years.

The wider historic Northwood landscape revolved around authority, and as we shall see in future posts, the struggle for power. 603 more words


Canterbury: City and Cathedral

The Black Prince’s effigy at Canterbury Cathedral

Prince Edward, the Black Prince: an enigmatic figure – tall, well-built, handsome; personally brave, chivalric; a sound military tactician and natural leader; genuinely pious; generous to his friends and yet a stern landlord and today his conduct on campaign can be construed as nothing short of criminal (G. 274 more words



First, I apologise for not having published any posts for a while. It’s been a busy time with work and Christmas shopping. I am a passionate shopper in that I hate shopping with a passion. 442 more words