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An unexpected discovery outside Canterbury Cathedral (Roman)

An unexpected discovery outside Canterbury Cathedral (Roman) [PDF 2,134 KB] RIGHT CLICK and <Save Link As…> OR <Save Target As…> to save the file to disk


Canterbury’s Archaeology 2010–2011

Canterbury’s Archaeology 2010–2011 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Excavation [PDF 9469KB] Canterbury Cathedral Precincts Carlyon House, Palace Street, Canterbury No 35 St Margaret’s Street, Canterbury Castle Street, Canterbury Hallet’s Garage, Nos 25–27 St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury St Lawrence Ground, Kent County Cricket Club, Old Dover Road, Canterbury Chaucer Fields, Canterbury Bigbury Camp, Harbledown, Canterbury St Mary’s […]


Discoveries at the Whitefriars Shopping Centre, Canterbury (THE BIG DIG)

Discoveries at the Whitefriars Shopping Centre, Canterbury (THE BIG DIG) See highlights in pictures from this major excavation project, 2000 – 2003. THE BIG DIG (PDF 12,947 KB)


Canterbury Cathedral south-west transept

Canterbury Cathedral south-west transept


Life in Canterbury at the time of the Viking siege
Trust Blog Tags: , , Categories: Trust Blog. Tags: Canterbury Heritage Museum, Exhibition, and lecture.

The last in a series of special events to mark the Viking siege of Canterbury in September 1011 Canterbury Heritage Museum, Stour Street Thursday 29 September, 7.30 pm An illustrated talk by Paul Bennett based on archaeological finds from Canterbury. With objects to see and touch. Admission £6.00, including refreshments. Advance booking only. Telephone 01227 475202. […]


41 St George’s Place, Canterbury

41 St George’s Place, Canterbury This extra-mural site is located outside the old St George’s Gate on the south side of the city.  Formerly the site of Martin Walter’s Garage, it was more recently occupied by a number of businesses including a Netto supermarket. Excavations are being directed by Crispin Jarman in advance of the […]


Canterbury’s Archaeology 2009–2010

Canterbury’s Archaeology 2009–2010 [LOOK INSIDE at issuu.com] Excavation [PDF 2470KB] Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Beaney Institute, High Street, Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral, south-west transept Mill Cottage, Coldblow, Nonington Upper Upnor, Frindsbury Limpsfield Road, Sanderstead, Surrey Honeywood Parkway, Whitfield Building Recording [PDF 2307KB] Christ Church Gate Old Rectory, Northfleet Mote House, Maidstone Northern Caponiers, Dover Castle Twyford Bridge, […]


28 St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury

28 St Dunstan’s Street, Canterbury This site, which will be developed by Churchill Retirement Homes, was excavated in advance of construction.  The site lies outside the medieval West Gate, in an important suburb of the Roman, Anglo-Saxon and medieval town which has been intensively occupied for the past 2000 years. A complex sequence of buildings and features was excavated under […]


Canterbury Climate & Fair Trade Market
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Winning raffle ticket is No. 82.  Please contact Marion Green at CAT to claim your prize worth over £40 (copies of Roman Canterbury and Medieval Canterbury, Waterstones gift voucher, membership of Friends of CAT for one year). You can call in to collect the prize (location map at http://www.canterburytrust.co.uk/about_the_trust/visit-us/ ) or we can post to […]


Canterbury Climate & Fair Trade Market
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Canterbury Archaeological Trust will have a stall at the Canterbury Climate & Fair Trade Market in St George’s Street, Canterbury this weekend. Saturday 14th, 9am to 5pm Sunday 15th May, 10am to 4pm Come and see us. FREE RAFFLE Campaign stalls, entertainers, Fairtrade and organic produce stalls and displays stretching along The Parade and St George’s Street between […]