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The Wildwood Trust

We visited Wildwood as part of the welcome week for new MSc Student in Conservation pathway. Absolutely worth to visit if you want to find out more about conservation work in the UK. 42 more words


Train Journey

This weekend I am visiting my boyfriend in Canterbury (Kent Uni) which required me to catch a 4 hour train. Something that caught my eye was how everyone spends their time while on a train. 221 more words

Love Life and Keep Living

Dear Agony Aunt,

Let me tell you a story. At the age of 18, I’d like to think I have a reasonable amount of maturity to look at the world around us and see its faults. 475 more words

501-504: 100% More Kentish

501 – Sunday 9th October 2016:  Hastings to near Merstham

Oscar demanded that we run with him in the AM along the promenade – scene of my return to racing on the previous morning… Now Oscar’s idea of running is that he runs in front and tangles up Katherine’s legs – have you tried to run with a doggy lead wrapped around your legs and a dog trying to pull you over?   1,360 more words

UK Tour 2016

Church Commissioner Questions - October 2016

On 13th October 2016 the Second Church Estates Commissioner, Rt Hon Dame Caroline Spelman MP, answered questions from MPs on school admissions, ecumenical relations, community cohesion, refugees, LGBT pastoral care, Scrooby parish, same sex marriage and cathedral repairs. 2,245 more words


The Darwinian Orchestra

17 October – 11 November 2016

UCA Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury


From a Neanderthal flute to a choir of smartphones, this exhibition will reflect on the striking evolution of musical instruments. 41 more words



Many of you saw the pictures of our new home.  We thought you might like the grand tour. So, we made a video.  I would like to make a correction – when talking about the last bedroom I said it gets dark in our room.   200 more words