Architectural consultant Nick Blake casts a critical eye over one of Canterbury’s newest housing estates.
Journal reviewer Mark Taylor visits the Marlowe for a dose of 80s classic An Officer and a Gentleman
Doing a number two in public is not welcome…apparently.
The 50-minute film follows a tourist who narrates as she walks from the West station into the city centre.
Beer writer Kez Parvin enjoys his tour of Canterbury hostelries.
Our reviewer is delighted with the cafe’s fare.
Pub historian Rory Kehoe delves deep into the past to settle a perpetual debate.
Canterbury institution is a delight, says Alex Claridge.
Comic will be performing at Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre.
How much of the city has changed and how much has stayed the same?
Historian Rory Kehoe explores some of the city famous postwar watering holes.
Alex Claridge recalls meeting the people of the Hermit Kingdom.
The Canterbury Journal