How will you rebrand this important historic centre? CANTERBURY
Lunch spot  Cathedral West Gate Part of the Mediaeval wall Burgate Buttermarket Whitefriars shopping complex (before compl...
There are lots of places to visit in Canterbury … …  from museums to art galleries and from the Cathedral to the Marlowe t...
They try to keep it clean!
There are many old buildings –  this one dates from 12th Century
And this is a 16 th  Century building that used to be a weavers’ ‘factory’ for textiles
The River Ouse runs through the city and there’s a replica of a ‘ducking stool’!
Of course the main attraction is the Cathedral – the centre of the Church of England world-wide
There has been a cathedral on this site since the 6 th  century The present one is Medieval
This is one of the world’s finest Cathedrals
The Medieval city of Canterbury Christ’s Church Gate Still the entrance to the cathedral Mercery Lane – just as narrow tod...
In the 14 th  C. Jeffray Chaucer wrote about the pilgrimages to Canterbury. There’s a permanent exhibition of his famous ‘...
 
Canterbury was a walled city. This is the Medieval ‘West Gate’ at the end of the main shopping street
‘ Buttermarket’ – at the heart of the city and close to the entrance to the Cathedral. There used to be a grocery market h...
Canterbury has retained it’s sense of history - old buildings and narrow streets are everywhere
There’s a real café culture in Canterbury - this is just one of the dozens of places to dine.
Canterbury is always busy
It is an important shopping centre
This is the new ‘Whitefriars’ shopping centre -  though the buildings are new the architecture reflects the historic chara...
Our lunch spot
Just a short distance from the centre you feel you are in the countryside
Lunch spot  Cathedral West Gate Part of the Mediaeval wall Burgate Buttermarket Whitefriars shopping complex (before compl...
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  1. 2. How will you rebrand this important historic centre? CANTERBURY
  2. 3. Lunch spot Cathedral West Gate Part of the Mediaeval wall Burgate Buttermarket Whitefriars shopping complex (before completion) Marlow Theatre Main shopping street Coach Park
  3. 4. There are lots of places to visit in Canterbury … … from museums to art galleries and from the Cathedral to the Marlowe theatre
  4. 5. They try to keep it clean!
  5. 6. There are many old buildings – this one dates from 12th Century
  6. 7. And this is a 16 th Century building that used to be a weavers’ ‘factory’ for textiles
  7. 8. The River Ouse runs through the city and there’s a replica of a ‘ducking stool’!
  8. 9. Of course the main attraction is the Cathedral – the centre of the Church of England world-wide
  9. 10. There has been a cathedral on this site since the 6 th century The present one is Medieval
  10. 11. This is one of the world’s finest Cathedrals
  11. 12. The Medieval city of Canterbury Christ’s Church Gate Still the entrance to the cathedral Mercery Lane – just as narrow today! Today this is the main shopping street Buttermarket
  12. 13. In the 14 th C. Jeffray Chaucer wrote about the pilgrimages to Canterbury. There’s a permanent exhibition of his famous ‘Canterbury Tales’ in the city centre
  13. 15. Canterbury was a walled city. This is the Medieval ‘West Gate’ at the end of the main shopping street
  14. 16. ‘ Buttermarket’ – at the heart of the city and close to the entrance to the Cathedral. There used to be a grocery market here in the medieval period
  15. 17. Canterbury has retained it’s sense of history - old buildings and narrow streets are everywhere
  16. 18. There’s a real café culture in Canterbury - this is just one of the dozens of places to dine.
  17. 19. Canterbury is always busy
  18. 20. It is an important shopping centre
  19. 21. This is the new ‘Whitefriars’ shopping centre - though the buildings are new the architecture reflects the historic character of Canterbury
  20. 22. Our lunch spot
  21. 23. Just a short distance from the centre you feel you are in the countryside
  22. 24. Lunch spot Cathedral West Gate Part of the Mediaeval wall Burgate Buttermarket Whitefriars shopping complex (before completion) Marlow Theatre Main shopping street Coach Park

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