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Canterbury day centre for older people

The Canterbury day centre offers friendship and socialising to encourage good health and independence. This is recognised as being beneficial and can help prevent social isolation and early admission to hospital or care home. Also offers hot meals delivered to your home; footcare; computer lessons to show…
Telephone:
01227 462368
E-mail:
info@ageukcanterbury.org.uk
Website:
www.ageuk.org.uk/

Canterbury Festival Foundation

The Canterbury Festival Foundation exists to secure the long-term future of its sister charity The Canterbury Festival. Its aims are: • To promote and support the charitable purposes of the Canterbury Theatre and Festival Trust and to apply the income and, at the discretion of…
Telephone:
01227 452853
E-mail:
info@canterburyfestival.co.uk
Website:
Canterbury Festival Foundation
Age Range:
Suitable for all ages

Canterbury Hard Of Hearing Club

Our aim is to help hearing impaired people to become less isolated. We go out for meals and have speakers attend our meetings. Our meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of the month (not August or January) from 2.00 - 4.00 pm.…
Telephone:
01233 620508
Age Range:
Ages 16-18, 18-25 (Transition)

Canterbury Historical And Archaeological Society

The society was founded in 1920 with its brief to take such steps as may be possible for the preservation of ancient buildings and architectural features in the city. We arrange a series of winter lectures on historical or archaeological subjects. Non-members are also welcome.…
Telephone:
01227 780245
E-mail:
sylvia.mcnally@gmail.com
Website:
canterbury-buildings.org.uk/
Age Range:
Ages 16-18, 18-25 (Transition)

Canterbury Library - CoderDojo

Thursdays - fortnightly as advertised
Interested in computer coding? Want to improve your digital skills. Then we have the club for you! We meet every fortnight in term time Next sessions: Thursday 20 February 2020 Thursday 5 March 2020 Thursday 19 March 2020 Thursday 16 April 2020 For young people…
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
canterburylibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Canterbury Library

Canterbury Library - National Careers Service advice

The second Wednesday of every month
Drop in to chat to a National Careers Service advisor Get free, up to date, impartial information, advice and guidance on careers, skills and the labour market At Canterbury Library on the second Wednesday of each month Next sessions: 11 March 2020 8 April 2020…
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
canterburylibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Canterbury Library

Canterbury Library - STEM club - Movies and Magic

Thursdays - fortnightly as advertised
Have fun with Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths through Movies and Magic! Sometimes, what looks like magic is actually science! How are movies made to look so real? Is it possible in real life? To find out, come along to our free club with hands-on…
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
canterburylibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Canterbury Library

Canterbury Library First Tuesday Reading Group

First Tuesday of each month, 2pm - 3pm
Join our friendly group of adults reading a wide variety of books.  Our monthly meetings involve a lively discussion session on a range of topics with most of them related to reading! Next meetings: Tuesday 3 March 2020 Tuesday 7 April 2020 Tuesday 5 May…
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
canterburylibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Canterbury Library

Canterbury Library Meet and Practise English

Every Thursday
Are you learning English? Do you want gain more confidence in speaking English, learn more vocabulary and meet new people? *UPDATE* This group is currently taking a break while our volunteer is away, but we hope to restart in Spring 2020 If you are interested…
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
canterburylibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Canterbury Library
Age Range:
Ages 16-18, 18-25 (Transition)

Canterbury Library Wise Words for Wellbeing

Every Friday until 3 April 2020, 2pm -4pm
Our popular writing for wellbeing group for adults has started again. There is growing evidence that reading and writing, especially in groups, benefits health and wellbeing. These sessions are FREE, and there is no need to book in advance, and no obligation to attend every…
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
canterburylibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Canterbury Library

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