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Canterbury for Europe Brexit Anniversary Flagwave

Friday 23 June 2017  1800 BST

Westgate Gardens
Saint Peter’s Street
Canterbury
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Westgate Gardens website

From Westgate Gardens, flagwavers will move to Westgate Towers, then Guildhall. 28 more words

Events

My Three Passionate F's: A Title in Progress

As I begin writing this, I am entirely unable to even momentarily ignore the fact that I will be on a plane flying toward the wonderful land of New Zealand in less than two weeks. 876 more words

Geology

June 23, Shared Table VI: Would You Give Him a Stone?

John had a degree in chemistry and a job that used his skills and experience. His employers were sympathetic to the needs of their employees, and tried hard to accommodate John’s mental ill-health but they parted company when he became unable to do his work and was in a mental hospital under a section. 223 more words

Daily Reflections

Archbishop commends response of faith communities and emergency services to Grenfell Tower Fire

On 22nd June 2017 the Leader of the House of Commons repeated a Government statement on the Grenfell Tower fire in Kensington. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd & Rt Hon Justin Welby, spoke after the statement: 392 more words

Question

Queen's Speech 2017: Brexit and foreign policy must be underpinned by shared values, says Archbishop

On 22nd June 2017 the Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd & Rt Hon Justin Welby, spoke during the first day’s debate on the Queen’s Speech. The Archbishop spoke of the need for the UK’s approach to foreign affairs and Brexit to be informed by values that in turn ” spring from values lived clearly and coherently at home”. 1,818 more words

Speech

Tales by/of Canterbury

Beaney House of Art & Knowledge

The Beaney Museum in Canterbury is all about the local history and community. It’s collections are founded by local victorian boys who made good.  283 more words

Schoolchildren 'almost knocked down by knifeman in a car'

A suspected knifeman almost mowed down a group of schoolchildren near an army barracks in Canterbury.

Armed officers and as many as 15 patrol cars rushed to the scene near the Howe Barracks last night to try and stop the man. 364 more words

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