Things to do
Canterbury Lions Club is a community service that does fundraising and charitable work, giving financial and practical help to individuals and organisations locally, nationally and internationally. We are a registered charity. We also run a social club for members over 21.
We are a forum through which musicians from throughout East Kent may contact each other. Individuals and organisations, professional or amateur, of any age or standard, who practise any type of music are able to join. Canterbury Musicians organises occasional social meetings for members to…
A welcoming place that offers an art group; bingo; aerobics; lunch clubs for people over 60 years; badminton club; popular mind games which are good for exercising memory; knitting; sewing and the best guided walks around Canterbury.
Canterbury Orchestra exists for two principal reasons: to generate an open and stimulating environment for amateur and semi-professional musicians to develop and showcase their skills under the direction of a professionally qualified musical director. to provide access to performances of live orchestral music at very…
We are an active amateur dramatic society that is based in Canterbury. We rehearse three times a week for 2 months before each performance which occur three times a year in March, June and November. We audition for all our productions and if you are interested in an…
Join us to learn Scottish dance steps and dances, and take part in social evenings. We aim to teach and enjoy Scottish country dancing. Suitable for anyone aged 16 and over.
Canterbury Tibet Link follows the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition which includes the Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana patha. Study and practice groups and seminars are held throughout the year.
A safe and stimulating environment for people living with a mental illness that promotes independence and better coping skills.
The Vineyard Garden Centre provides daytime activities and learning opportunities in growing plants. The service works with people to build their confidence and skills, opening up new opportunities.
Our society started in 1981 with the aim of tasting and analysing commercially produced wines from all over the world. It involves talks and discussions on the influence of winemaking techniques on the style of wine. Suitable for anyone aged 18 and above.