It is reported that a park bench belonging to Canterbury City council has been removed by contractors working for Kent County Council which denies the allegation but is investigating. 162 more words
“You can’t sell me on fusion food. It’s just what people do when they aren’t good at either.”
So went my old opinion. I expect I regurgitated this from something that I read or heard from another food writer because it is exactly the blanket vague strong opinion that snobs would make and I would repeat to mask my naivety or inexperience of the wider restaurant world. 718 more words
Squared tells the story of this remarkable city in an abstract way as it takes a closer look within Canterbury’s historic City Wall.
Frankie and Friends, a local photography studio are working on a fine art photography project over the summer called “Canterbury Squared”; a unique piece of artwork that is being produced right on your doorstep. 124 more words
You can also head this “New Openings: Chapter” if you’re into alternative titles.
Something along the lines of “Do you want to be a food taster / come to our launch party / have a job?” but more compelling and attractive was on a banner on the restaurant-formerly-known-as Elsie Mo’s one day in late May. 752 more words
One week after the 2017 UK General Election, our student Liz Bailey offers a commentary on the result in Canterbury and Whitstable from a student’s perspective… 652 more words