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Canterbury – Chaucer 2

In the Canterbury Tales, Chaucer describes the starting point for the pilgrimage to Canterbury as the Tabard Inn in Southwark, London. At the end of the pilgrimage, the last night, before entering the cathedral town the next morning, was spent at Upper Harbledown, 3km northwest of Canterbury. 99 more words

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my free outing to canterbury

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Quite an enjoyable day trip to canterbury today.

there were 50 people, mainly women, only a handful of men and all of them chinese. i got a free snack of chinese char siew pau, one woman told me of it to go and ask for it from the guy who had a bunch of it in his hands. 992 more words

Canterbury – Chaucer 1

Pilgrims had been making their way to the tomb of St Thomas a Becket at Canterbury for more than two centuries, when Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the… 58 more words

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A Sense of Place

until 4 October

Herbert Read Gallery, UCA Canterbury

www.ucreative.ac.uk/galleries

A Sense of Place is a collaborative project between UCA Canterbury and Le Havre ESADHaR Universities. Where by staff and students have been exploring and mapping the, social, cultural, historical and architectural contrasts between these two World Heritage sites; from Canterbury’s medieval footprint to Auguste Peret’s modernist utopian city. 51 more words

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Pressure to reform engineer’s accountability continues

Engineers accountability and competency has been a hot topic ever since the collapse of the CTV building. Recently Nick Smith, the Building and Housing Minister, announced that the Government has been looking to ‘strengthen’ (aka increase) regulations around engineers training and accountability (see our previous post… 169 more words

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