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The University of Kent has completed significant restoration works to the Northern Portal of the Tyler Hill Tunnel, part of the original route of the Crab and Winkle Railway Line that linked Canterbury and Whitstable. The grade two listed portals and tunnel, which run south under the main part of...
The first seminar in a new research series from the Centre for Journalism will commence on Wednesday 29 May at 12pm. Titled, Pleasure and Political Participation in Green Lifestyle Journalism, the talk will examine the concept of pleasure and its association with political participation in green lifestyle articles from recent...
Enjoy the warmer weather at this traditional British fete with barbecue food, live music, a coconut shy, strawberries and cream, fortune telling, face painting and much, much more! This free event will take place in Darwin College Rose Garden on Sunday 19 May, 12-6pm....
Professor Ray Laurence from the School of European Culture and Languages has completed work on a follow-up to his TED-Ed cartoon 'A Glimpse of Teenage Life in Ancient Rome', which has been watched by over 180,000 people so far. The cartoon produced in collaboration with Cognitive Media, based in...
- Kent filmmaker in Cannes spotlight
- New book uncovers why Britons love variety theatre
- University marks International Day Against Homophobia
- A Day in Cambridge on Saturday 18 May
- Support Stephanies VSO walking challenge
- Join our 50th anniversary film day
- Students and staff present Kents access achievements to OFFA Director
- E-Learning Forum (ELF) - PGT Distance Learning Pilot
- Exclusive staff discounts at Marlowe Theatre
- Fine Art Degree Show Exhibition - 25 May
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