The Medway Tunnel is due for its quarterly maintenance closure. It will close each evening…
Canterbury Christ Church University have announced an exciting programme of public lectures that promises to be diverse and thought provoking. These lectures take place on their Canterbury Campus and include:
Thursday 27th September 2018 (Augustine Hall). We need Inspiration to Supercharge our Education (featuring replica supersonic car) – Richard Noble OBE.
Tuesday 30th October (Augustine Hall). Why the Anglo-Saxons Matter – Michael Wood.
Wednesday 27th March 2019 (Old Sessions House). Brexit & Climate change – Julia King, Baroness Brown of Cambridge.
Wednesday 15th May 2019 (Og46 – Michael Berry Lecture Theatre). The Bulldog of Brexit? Winston Churchill & the Great Debate on Europe – Professor Kevin Ruane.
All these lectures are detailed on the Trust’s What’s On section of the website.
All these lectures are free to attend and open to all but reservations are required. A maximum of two places per person for each lecture is allowed.
The lectures last approximately one hour with questions welcome from the audience at the end. Staff will direct you to the venue on arrival. You should arrive at least 10 minutes before the lecture’s scheduled start time.
To book a place on one of the above lectures or to find out more click here.