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Talking therapies project started in lockdown gains charity status

Keep Talking Services started by students to support local people during lockdown has received registered charity status.

27 September 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University in top 20% of English universities for its work with the public and third sectors

Canterbury Christ Church University’s commitment to working with local businesses, communities and supporting regional economic growth has been recognised in a national assessment for Higher Education

27 September 2022

University awards honours in recognition of public service to Kent and its communities

The University has conferred Frank Martin and John McParland with Honorary Doctorates in recognition of outstanding service and contributions in the fields of business, education and public life.

30 August 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University and Kent Football Association launch Kent’s first football academy for girls

Young females in Kent will being given the opportunity to progress into elite football for the first time.

23 August 2022

Public Lecture series returns talking AI trends and the implications for society

Canterbury Christ Church University’s 2022/23 Public Lecture Series starts in September with a talk by the UK’s first AI Skills Champion and world leading computer scientist, Dame Wendy Hall.

12 August 2022

Alumna Grace Balsdon wins historic hockey gold at Commonwealth Games

Physical Education and Sport Exercise Science graduate, Grace Balsdon, was part of the England women’s hockey team who secured a Gold medal for the first time at this year’s Commonwealth Games.

09 August 2022

Help shape the future healthcare professionals for Kent and Medway

Canterbury Christ Church University is asking local people to help shape new degree programmes and support the region’s future healthcare provision and workforce.

05 August 2022

Exhibition to celebrate and document Whitstable’s maritime heritage

To celebrate Whitstable’s maritime and boat building heritage will also be asking visitors to share their memories and help preserve the town’s special coastal connections for future generations.

02 August 2022

Canterbury Festival's 2022 programme announced

This year’s Canterbury Festival takes place at venues across the city from Saturday 15 October to Saturday 5 November. Boasting over 150 events, audiences can expect a plethora of unique experiences.

18 July 2022

Europe’s first Justice Facility Dog awarded PDSA Order of Merit

Oliver, a trail-blazing Labrador-Retriever who offers comfort and emotional support to victims of crime, the first of his kind in Europe, is honoured with an Order of Merit by vet charity PDSA.

14 July 2022

Talking therapies lockdown project goes from strength to strength

Alex Richardson, a Mental Health Nursing graduate at Canterbury Christ Church University, is now the Chief Executive of his own charity Keep Talking Services.

01 July 2022

Follow Canterbury’s Medieval Pageant

The University is supporting the annual Canterbury Medieval Pageant as sponsor and hosting a medieval encampment, shield making classes and a dragon hunt on the Canterbury Campus for the family trail.

30 June 2022

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