Envisioning the Canterbury Cathedral Crypt Creatures Project: Public Lecture
For further details see flier – Heslop Poster Sept 2017
Sixth Nightingale Memorial Lecture
Drinks reception from 6.30 pm
Organised jointly with the Agricultural Museum, Brook
For further details, see flier – Nightingale 2017
Using a combination of lectures, workshops and guided tours on the medieval monastic sites of St Augustine’s Abbey and Christ Church Priory, and the later gardens of John Tradescant for Lady Wootton, participants will explore garden history with experts such as Jayne Wackett, Mat Baldwin, Karen Brayshaw and Jennifer Potter.
For further details, see flier – Garden History Day Oct 2017
A varied selection of lectures on topics from ‘Bad King John’ to the types of operations conducted by medieval surgeons, with much in-between such as who was reading Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales in Henry IV’s London. Moreover there will be guided tours on offer, such as Paul Bennett’s how to read a medieval church at spectacular St Mildred’s parish church and seeing ancient documents in Canterbury Cathedral Archives.
Details about the Weekend and booking information are available from canterbury.ac.uk/medieval-canterbury
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Old Sessions House, Canterbury