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Bath Rugby 2016/17 Canterbury Home & Away Shirts 

When Canterbury signed up Bath ahead of last season, it would have been understandable to assume that the Westcountry aristocrats would be showcasing the company’s stellar 150th anniversary shirts at the sharp end of both the European and domestic seasons… that didn’t go to plan, to put it mildly, but both sides will be hoping for better results in their second year together. 613 more words


An Early Sunday Sunrise.

What’s the best thing to do after a very late night of 1950’s-themed partying? The most obvious answer, it would seem, is to get up at 5am the same morning for an hour-long hike up the hills. 235 more words



24 – 30 August 2016

Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable, Kent


A diverse multi-media exhibition of women artists including UCA Alumni, responding to the theme of SKIN, curated by Tracie Peisley and selected by David Lilford, Dawn Giles and Paula Chappell.


T20 Champions!

The Kent Women’s Cricket team, sponsored by Canterbury Christ Church University,
have won the Nat West T20 competition. Paul Carney, Director of Sport was invited to present Megan Belt and the rest of the team with the T20 trophy during the interval of the Kent v Yorkshire match on 18th August… And it might get better for the Kent Women. 74 more words


Gong - Camembert Electrique (1971)

After the release of Gong’s debut album, Magick Brother, in March 1970, the group moved to a 12-room hunting lodge, Pavillion du Hay, in the French countryside, located near Voisines and Sens. 1,036 more words


Blean Woods

When we arrived at Blean Woods, just outside Canterbury, my sister and I had a short debate about which of the waymarked trails we should follow.   164 more words


John Greaves & Peter Blegvad - Kew. Rhone. (1977)

In 1969, during his studies at Premboke College in Cambridge, John Greaves met members of a forward-looking outfit known as Henry Cow. The musicians, Fred Frith and Tim Hodgkinson, were looking for a bass player and persuaded Greaves to join them. 1,089 more words