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Local businesses celebrate University’s Diamond Jubilee at the Vice-Chancellor's Business Games

More than 80 professionals from 11 organisations and businesses across Kent and Medway, came together last week to compete in a variety of sports-day inspired activities.

20 June 2022

We:Connect Festival

An exciting new two-day festival for young people to reconnect will launch in Canterbury in June featuring music, theatre, dance, drag, talks, workshops and more in an exciting programme of events.

17 June 2022

University proud to sponsor Pride Canterbury 2022

Pride Canterbury is planned to take place in-person on Saturday 11 June 2022, with a parade through Canterbury High Street and live entertainment in the Dane John.

09 June 2022

Celebrating Kent’s history and heritage

Through the work of the Centre for Kent History and Heritage celebrate Kent Day and discover the county’s past and significant role its people, towns and ports played in UK history.

26 May 2022

Canterbury stands with Ukraine

Canterbury will show its solidarity with Ukraine and the Ukrainian people at a major community event to be held in the centre of the city on Saturday 28 May.

24 May 2022

Local businesses invited to play sport and network at Christ Church

Local Kent and Medway businesses are invited to celebrate Canterbury Christ Church University’s Diamond Jubilee, with a sports day inspired networking event.

06 May 2022

Funding available to help businesses grow in Kent and Medway

Businesses in Kent and Medway are being given the opportunity to access academic expertise and resources to help them grow and develop.

14 February 2022

The BRIT Challenge is back: University raises funds for young people’s mental health

Canterbury Christ Church University and Christ Church Students’ Union are joining forces with institutions across the UK to take part in the BRIT Challenge 2022.

04 February 2022

Sidney De Haan Research Centre launches dynamic new webinar series

The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health (SDHRC) is launching a dynamic new research webinar series 'Health Through Arts: Connecting People and Communities'

10 December 2021

Keeping students safe in the city

The University and its partners ran their successful collaborative project the Pop-Up Safety Hubs, during Welcome Week.

04 October 2021

University continues campaign to dismantle racism and celebrate Black history

Black History Month provides the opportunity to pause, reflect, build collective solidarity and celebrate the contributions that individuals from the Black community make to our society

01 October 2021

Proud to support Pride Canterbury

Enjoy a parade through Canterbury High Street and live entertainment in the Dane John Gardens. 

14 June 2021

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