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Canterbury Food and Drink Festival

Yesterday, I visited the above in the Dane John Gardens, Canterbury, which is showcasing an incredible selection of food and drink. As a CAMRA member, I do enjoy a pint of ale or two and thoroughly enjoyed the day out. 218 more words

Lifestyle

State Police trying to identify Canterbury bank robbery suspect

CANTERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Connecticut State Police are asking the public for help in identifying a man that held up a bank on Westminster Road Friday morning. 158 more words

News

BYE METHVEN - HELLO NEW ZEALAND

I can’t believe it but Sonia and me are really leaving Methven. After more than seven months in this little town we are ready to move on and enjoy the beautiful New Zealand. 386 more words

New Zealand

22 September: Intergalactic Discoveries, X: A Minor Triumph of Ossyrian Thought Transference.

The Builder’s Dog

It was Thursday before anything at all exciting happened, although it was clear that Mrs Fox was not quite her usual self, mumbling under her breath, writing lists, washing the dogs’ bedding, buying more treats and wet food packs, and gathering clothes into suitcases. 290 more words

Daily Reflections

Southland Stags 2016 Mitre 10 Cup Canterbury Home Shirt

While Southland have struggled off the field since the end of their long string of Ranfury Shield defences in 2010, and the subsequent financial strife that led to the Stags being relegated to the NPC Championship in 2011. 265 more words

Rugby

Review: 4**** The Last 5 Years . @MarloweTheatre @marlowestudio

#tweetingit 4* an emotional play well performed by an amateur company; expect to shed a tear.

t’s always great to see a local amateur company fitting perfectly into a theatre programme alongside the miread of fabulous professional shows which tread the boards –and Back of House Theatre Company do just this with The Last 5 Years at the Marlowe Theatre… 415 more words

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Shawshank Redemption - the stage play.

Fantastic – a standing ovation at the Marlowe in Canterbury. Amazingly, the style of it had resonances for the play I’ve just written: The Magic of Mathematics based on… 55 more words

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