Canterbury
1°05′13″E / 51.275°N 1.087°E / 51.275; 1.087Canterbury (/ˈkæntərbri/, /-bəri/, or /-bɛri/) is a historic English cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, which lies at t...
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Canterbury
The beautiful and inviting city of Canterbury has it's own illuminated chapter in Britain's history. Here you'll discover Chaucer and the Canterbury Tales, v...
Archbishop of Canterbury
The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior bishop and principal leader of the Church of England, the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion and the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Canterb...
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Canterbury scene
The Canterbury scene (or Canterbury sound) is a term used to describe a loosely-defined style of music created by a number of progressive rock, avant-garde and jazz musicians, many of whom were based ...
The Canterbury Tales
The Canterbury Tales (Middle English: Tales of Caunterbury) is a collection of over 20 stories written in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer at the end of the 14th century, during the time of the Hund...
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Gregorian mission
The Gregorian mission or Augustinian mission was sent by Pope Gregory the Great in AD 596 to convert Britain's Anglo-Saxons. Headed by Augustine of Canterbury, by the death of the last missionar...
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Canterbury city walls
Canterbury city walls are a sequence of defensive walls built around the city of Canterbury in Kent, England. The first city walls were built by the Romans, probably between 270 and 280 AD. These wall...
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Augustine of Canterbury
Augustine of Canterbury (first third of the 6th century – probably 26 May 604) was a Benedictine monk who became the first Archbishop of Canterbury in the year 597. He is considered the "Apostle ...
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Canterbury Greyhounds
Canterbury Greyhounds were based at Kingsmead Stadium situated in Kingsmead, Canterbury.The site was built on top of a rubbish dump site and opened for football on 30 August 1958 and was also used as ...
James the Deacon
James the Deacon (died after 671 AD) was an Italian deacon who accompanied Paulinus of York on his mission to Northumbria. He was a member of the Gregorian mission which came to England to Christianiz...
Kent Museum of Freemasonry
The Kent Museum of Freemasonry, is a museum in St Peters Place, Canterbury, Kent with a rare collection of masonic exhibits of national and international importance.It tells the history of Freemasonr...
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Æthelberht of Kent
Æthelberht (also Æthelbert, Aethelberht, Aethelbert, or Ethelbert) (c. 560 – 24 February 616) was King of Kent from about 558 or 560 (the earlier date according to Sprott, the latter according to Will...
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Charley Barden
Charley Barden (1874-1962) was a British cyclist whose fame and looks led to his being mobbed wherever he went. He twice came second in the world professional sprint championship and held the English ...
Trinity Chapel
Trinity Chapel at the east end of Canterbury Cathedral forms part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built under the supervision of the master-mason William the Englishman as a shrine for the re...
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Canterbury Bus Station
Canterbury Bus Station located in Canterbury, Kent, England, is a large bus station served by local buses operated by Stagecoach in East Kent. The bus station is adjacent to the Whitefriars Shopping C...
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Dane John Mound
The Dane John Mound, also known as the Dane John Gardens, is a former Roman cemetery in the city of Canterbury, Kent. It was converted into a motte-and-bailey castle in the 11th century, and turned in...
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Richard le Grant
Richard le Grant (also known as Richard Grant or Richard Wethershed) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1229 to 1231.
Grant was a native of Nazeing, Essex and had a brother and sister whom he provi...
Timeline of progressive rock (1980–89)
This is a timeline of artists, albums, and events in progressive rock and its subgenres. This article contains the timeline for the period 1980 - 1989.
1980 - 1981 - 1982 - 1983 - 1984 - 1985 - 1...
Romney Deanery
The Romney Deanery is in the Diocese of Canterbury in Kent, England.Churches within the Deanery:
Wulfred
Wulfred (died 24 March 832) was an Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury in medieval England. Nothing is known of his life prior to 803, when he attended a church council, but he was probably a noblema...
Canterbury Christ Church University
Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) is an Anglican new university in Canterbury, Kent, England. Founded as a Church of England college for teaching training in 1962, it has grown to full univer...
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Laurence of Canterbury
Laurence (sometimes Lawrence or Laurentius; died 2 February 619 AD) was the second Archbishop of Canterbury from about 604 to 619. He was a member of the Gregorian mission sent from Italy to England t...
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Canterbury Cathedral Appeal

The Save Canterbury Cathedral Appeal was launched in October 2006 to protect and enhance Canterbury Cathedral's future as a centre of worship, heritage and culture.Every five years, a major struc...
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Canterbury Crusaders (speedway)
The Canterbury Crusaders were a motorcycle speedway team who operated from the Kingsmead Stadium, Kingsmead Road, Canterbury.In 1977 the promoters Johnnie Hoskins and Wally Mawdsley had to go to court...