Kent Law School

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International Client Consultation Competition (ICCC) 2017

Wednesday 19 April - Saturday 22 April 2017

Welcome to the Brown Mosten International Client Consultation Competition (ICCC) hosted this year by Kent Law School at The University of Kent. Kent is proud to host this prestigious event and we look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful parkland campus location in Canterbury.

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Canterbury

 

Canterbury view Cathedral Gate

Canterbury is a lovely city with medieval buildings, lively bars and atmospheric pubs as well as a wide range of shops. It has a warm and friendly atmosphere, and is within easy reach of London and mainland Europe.

Historic city

The city’s medieval history is easy to see in its streets and buildings and in the world-famous cathedral, which is the venue for the University’s degree ceremonies. The Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martin’s church make up a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Education has been at the heart of Canterbury since 597 and there is now a population of almost 40,000 students in the city.

Canterbury Marlowe Theatre

Cultural centre

There are a number of galleries in Canterbury and the annual Canterbury Festival attracts thousands of visitors from across the UK and Europe.

The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge is an Art Gallery, Museum, Library and Cafe in the heart of the city.

The city is also home to the Marlowe Theatre, which hosts national touring productions of West End shows and attracts top artists from the worlds of dance, music, comedy, drama, ballet and opera.

Transport links

You can easily take a day trip to either London or Paris from Canterbury. It is only 56 miles from London on the M2/A2 and high-speed trains run regularly between Canterbury West and London St Pancras and take under an hour. Regular trains also run to and from London Victoria, Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge – journey time is approximately 90 minutes. You can also take the Eurostar from Ashford or Ebbsfleet to arrive in Paris or Brussels in less than two hours. The Channel ports are less than 20 miles away, and it is only 30 minutes’ drive to the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone.

Things to do in Canterbury and the local area

The county of Kent is known as 'The Garden of England’, and is one of the most picturesque areas of the country. East Kent has 120 miles of coastline; the nearest coastal town being Whitstable, where you will find beaches, water sports, seafood and boutique shopping. The local towns of Whitstable, Herne Bay and Faversham are all on bus routes to Canterbury.

Canterbury

Weather

The average high temperature for Canterbury in April is 13 degrees Celsius (55 degrees Fahrenheit). The average low temperature for Canterbury in April is 2 degrees Celsius (35 degrees fahrenheit).

The average number of rainfall days in Canterbury in April is 19, so bring your rain gear.

Check out the seven-day MetOffice weather forecast for Canterbury for more accurate weather information!

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Canterbury Cathedral

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