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Click on the date to see the calendar; select the month, date and year; choose Day, Week or Month view, and then click on the arrow on the right to see details of all services and events in your selected period.

Sunday 16 February 2020 to Saturday 22 February 2020


Sunday 16 February

08:00
Sunday Holy Communion - Quire
09:30
Sunday Matins (said) - Quire
11:00
Sung Eucharist - Quire
15:15
Choral Evensong - Quire
18:30
Sermon & Compline - Quire
14 Feb
- 31 Oct
Becket Pilgrim Badge Display - The Museum of London

For over 300 years, Londoners flocked to Becket’s shrine in Canterbury often returning with a pewter badge as a keepsake.Hundreds of these pilgrim souvenirs have been recovered from London excavations and mudlarking activity along the Thames. The Museum of London holds the largest collection of pilgrim badges in the country.

Monday 17 February

07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
10:30
Scribes and Calligraphy - Canterbury Cathedral Lodge

Enjoy a fascinating talk by Dr Alison Ray, Assistant Archivist, on the finely decorated (‘illuminated’) manuscripts in the Cathedral’s collections and on manuscript production by the monks here in the Middle Ages, which will be followed by a special display of items from the collections.

17 Feb
- 19 Mar
Portfolio: Art Rebels - Community Studio

Turner Contemporary’s Art Rebels exhibition is coming to Canterbury as part of the Portfolio competition’s inaugural tour. Featuring winning entries from students, teachers and community groups across Kent and Medway, the tour will further celebrate the creative talent of young people by bringing their work to a wider audience.

14 Feb
- 31 Oct
Becket Pilgrim Badge Display - The Museum of London

For over 300 years, Londoners flocked to Becket’s shrine in Canterbury often returning with a pewter badge as a keepsake.Hundreds of these pilgrim souvenirs have been recovered from London excavations and mudlarking activity along the Thames. The Museum of London holds the largest collection of pilgrim badges in the country.

Tuesday 18 February

07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
18 Feb
- 20 Feb
Gargoyle Week - Community Studio

This year for Gargoyle Week, we will be exploring medieval tiles with the Canterbury Archaeological Trust and giving you the chance to create your own Gregory Gargoyle tile to take home with you. Activities are free, normal precinct charges apply. Children must be accompanied at all times.

17 Feb
- 19 Mar
Portfolio: Art Rebels - Community Studio

Turner Contemporary’s Art Rebels exhibition is coming to Canterbury as part of the Portfolio competition’s inaugural tour. Featuring winning entries from students, teachers and community groups across Kent and Medway, the tour will further celebrate the creative talent of young people by bringing their work to a wider audience.

14 Feb
- 31 Oct
Becket Pilgrim Badge Display - The Museum of London

For over 300 years, Londoners flocked to Becket’s shrine in Canterbury often returning with a pewter badge as a keepsake.Hundreds of these pilgrim souvenirs have been recovered from London excavations and mudlarking activity along the Thames. The Museum of London holds the largest collection of pilgrim badges in the country.

Wednesday 19 February

07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
12:30
Holy Communion - W Crypt
17:30
Said Evening Prayer - E Crypt
18 Feb
- 20 Feb
Gargoyle Week - Community Studio

This year for Gargoyle Week, we will be exploring medieval tiles with the Canterbury Archaeological Trust and giving you the chance to create your own Gregory Gargoyle tile to take home with you. Activities are free, normal precinct charges apply. Children must be accompanied at all times.

17 Feb
- 19 Mar
Portfolio: Art Rebels - Community Studio

Turner Contemporary’s Art Rebels exhibition is coming to Canterbury as part of the Portfolio competition’s inaugural tour. Featuring winning entries from students, teachers and community groups across Kent and Medway, the tour will further celebrate the creative talent of young people by bringing their work to a wider audience.

14 Feb
- 31 Oct
Becket Pilgrim Badge Display - The Museum of London

For over 300 years, Londoners flocked to Becket’s shrine in Canterbury often returning with a pewter badge as a keepsake.Hundreds of these pilgrim souvenirs have been recovered from London excavations and mudlarking activity along the Thames. The Museum of London holds the largest collection of pilgrim badges in the country.

Thursday 20 February

07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
18 Feb
- 20 Feb
Gargoyle Week - Community Studio

This year for Gargoyle Week, we will be exploring medieval tiles with the Canterbury Archaeological Trust and giving you the chance to create your own Gregory Gargoyle tile to take home with you. Activities are free, normal precinct charges apply. Children must be accompanied at all times.

17 Feb
- 19 Mar
Portfolio: Art Rebels - Community Studio

Turner Contemporary’s Art Rebels exhibition is coming to Canterbury as part of the Portfolio competition’s inaugural tour. Featuring winning entries from students, teachers and community groups across Kent and Medway, the tour will further celebrate the creative talent of young people by bringing their work to a wider audience.

14 Feb
- 31 Oct
Becket Pilgrim Badge Display - The Museum of London

For over 300 years, Londoners flocked to Becket’s shrine in Canterbury often returning with a pewter badge as a keepsake.Hundreds of these pilgrim souvenirs have been recovered from London excavations and mudlarking activity along the Thames. The Museum of London holds the largest collection of pilgrim badges in the country.

Friday 21 February

07:30
Matins - Martyrdom Chapel
08:00
Holy Communion - Cathedral
12:00
Confessions - Holy Innocents
17:30
Choral Evensong - Quire
17 Feb
- 19 Mar
Portfolio: Art Rebels - Community Studio

Turner Contemporary’s Art Rebels exhibition is coming to Canterbury as part of the Portfolio competition’s inaugural tour. Featuring winning entries from students, teachers and community groups across Kent and Medway, the tour will further celebrate the creative talent of young people by bringing their work to a wider audience.

14 Feb
- 31 Oct
Becket Pilgrim Badge Display - The Museum of London

For over 300 years, Londoners flocked to Becket’s shrine in Canterbury often returning with a pewter badge as a keepsake.Hundreds of these pilgrim souvenirs have been recovered from London excavations and mudlarking activity along the Thames. The Museum of London holds the largest collection of pilgrim badges in the country.

Saturday 22 February

08:00
Saturday Holy Communion - Cathedral
09:30
Saturday Matins - Jesus Chapel
15:15
Choral Evensong - Quire
17 Feb
- 19 Mar
Portfolio: Art Rebels - Community Studio

Turner Contemporary’s Art Rebels exhibition is coming to Canterbury as part of the Portfolio competition’s inaugural tour. Featuring winning entries from students, teachers and community groups across Kent and Medway, the tour will further celebrate the creative talent of young people by bringing their work to a wider audience.

14 Feb
- 31 Oct
Becket Pilgrim Badge Display - The Museum of London

For over 300 years, Londoners flocked to Becket’s shrine in Canterbury often returning with a pewter badge as a keepsake.Hundreds of these pilgrim souvenirs have been recovered from London excavations and mudlarking activity along the Thames. The Museum of London holds the largest collection of pilgrim badges in the country.

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