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CATcourses – new programme
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As our first programme draws to a close we are finalising details of new courses to start in September this year. Watch this space … Tweet

FCAT Grant form B

FRIENDS OF CANTERBURY ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST  FCAT Grant form B Application for FCAT Staff Bursary. The Friends of Canterbury Archaeological Trust welcome applications from CAT staff for bursaries in support of their professional development. Often this will be for attendance at courses or conferences. However, applications for other relevant support can be submitted. You can download […]

Archaeology courses

 USEFUL INFORMATION | TESTIMONIALS | The course programme for 2019/20 Date Activity/event 14th September 2019 First steps in archaeology (1) 28th September 2019 Prehistoric Kent 12th October 2019 Duraverno and Durovernum  NEW 26th–27th October 2019 A basic introduction to animal bone 18th January 2020 First steps in archaeology (2) 25th January 2020 Archaeological report […]

Metal finds: their identification and care
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We are still taking bookings for our course ‘Metal finds: their identification and care’, which is being taught by Andrew Richardson this Saturday at 92a Broad Street. Visit the CATcourses page for full details and how to book. Tweet

Further/Higher education

You may also like to look at the Schools section of this website. Material aimed principally at young people is often suitable for older readers in search of an accurate (and digestible!) introduction to a subject. The Archaeology in Education Service (AES) Aims of the AES and what it can currently offer teachers, tutors, students […]

Community new

Canterbury Archaeological Trust is committed to encouraging enthusiasts and providing opportunities for people to get involved. Wherever possible we welcome volunteers to help both on excavations and in the finds shed and we have an active ‘Friends‘ organisation.  We will soon be launching our new CAT Courses through which we will offer the general public wide access to […]

Investigating Aspects of the History of Kent at Key Stage 3

Investigating Aspects of the History of Kent at Key Stage 3 These resources were developed by Sarah Martin, Director of Humanities at The Archbishop’s School, Canterbury. They are based on aspects of the History of Kent and were designed as a synoptic unit for pupils at the end of Key Stage 3 although they can […]

NEW COURSE, new date: Exploring the Medieval and Early Tudor Cinque Ports
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In a change to the previously published programme this new course will now take place on Saturday, 6 April. Drawing on work previously undertaken by the Trust and documentary sources, this one-day course, delivered by Dr Sheila Sweetinburgh, will provide students with the opportunity to explore the development of the Kentish Cinque Ports from the […]

Autumn archaeology
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Next Saturday sees the first of some interesting local conferences and talks which are coming up this autumn. Early Medieval Kent, 800-1220: Saturday 10 September A joint Christ Church Canterbury University/Centre for Kent History and Heritage/Friends of Canterbury Archaeological Trust venture. It takes place at the Old Sessions House, Longport, Canterbury, starting at 10.00 am. Eight speakers will cover topics […]