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Dr Frank Panton 1923-2013
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Dr Frank Panton, former Chairman of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust and the Dover Bronze Age Boat Trust and Hon Librarian of the Kent Archaeological Society, died on 8th April 2013. His funeral will be held tomorrow, 30th April at All Saints Church, Tunstall. Francis Harry Panton was born in Lincoln on 25th May 1923 and […]

Case studies

Repairs and refurbishment A full archaeological survey of Little Bursted Farm (CA03-04), Upper Hardres was commissioned in order to inform refurbishment. The building had fallen into considerable disrepair and a full survey was requested by Canterbury City Council. The building proved to be a splendid example of a small, timber-framed, open hall farmhouse that remarkably […]

Wingham is a Winner!

Wingham is a Winner! TEAM EFFORT: Archaeological trust, museum and university staff with teachers and delighted youngsters. Extract from the Kentish Gazette, May 1999 Making no bones about £100 prize Children from Wingham Primary School dug deep into their imaginations to try to uncover an unsolved mystery. Their efforts have won them 1st prize in […]

Information leaflets

Information leaflets from past excavations (GB 35p each) These are photocopied leaflets and include: St John’s Hospital 1084–1984; The Westgate;Longmarket Excavation; The Royal Castle; The Ridingate; Godmersham Court Lodge; St George’s Gate; Christchurch Priory and the New Foundation; St Gregory’s Priory; St Augustine’s Abbey and the Royal Palace; St Margaret’s Church; Monkton; Excavations at Canterbury […]

Annual Report 1985–1986

Annual Report 1985–1986 [PDF 11047KB] [LOOK INSIDE at] Excavation 1. 41 St George’s Street, Canterbury 2. The Archbishop’s Palace, Canterbury 3. Christ Church College, Canterbury 4. St Margaret’s Church, Canterbury 5. Fordwich High Street 6. St John’s Place, Canterbury 7. 14 High Street, Canterbury 8. Military Road, Canterbury 9. The Ridingate, Canterbury 10. 35–37 […]