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NEW WAYS TO EXPLORE

NEW WAYS TO EXPLORE

February 27, 2015

Nicky Thompson wasย Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. You canย read her blog posts here and on her blogย Pebble Press. The last time I was lucky enough to have a writing residency was a few years ago, at the Little Blue Hut in Tankerton. The Little Blue Hut was all about space, the quiet […]

INTRODUCINGโ€ฆ STORIES IN THE DARK

INTRODUCINGโ€ฆ STORIES IN THE DARK

March 17, 2016

In the 17th Century a device was invented to transform the projection of light into incredible shows which took peopleโ€™s breath away. This device was the magic lantern. For many people it was the first time they saw projected moving images โ€“ what a spectacle it must have been! Aware of their enchanting effect, these […]

I DIDN'T KNOW YOU DID THAT...(PART 2)

I DIDN'T KNOW YOU DID THAT...(PART 2)

October 02, 2015

Daren Kearl is the Community Development Librarian for Canterbury and Swale District and is based at the Beaney. His role includes working with partners and the local community. A series of blogs on things you probably didnโ€™t know The Beaney offeredโ€ฆ 5th to 11th October is Dyslexia Awareness Week, so Iโ€™m going to highlight some […]

RECORD BREAKERS - SUMMER READING CHALLENGE 2015

RECORD BREAKERS - SUMMER READING CHALLENGE 2015

July 29, 2015

All the staff at Canterbury Library are gearing up for this yearโ€™s Summer Reading Challenge โ€“ Record Breakers.ย  Every summer all public libraries in Kent join in with the Summer Reading Challenge which is a national initiative run by The Reading Agency.ย  This is the biggest reading promotion that we do in Kent and is […]

IN THE CALM OF THE CANTERBURY ROMAN MUSEUM

IN THE CALM OF THE CANTERBURY ROMAN MUSEUM

August 14, 2015

Gary Studley is currently poet-in-residence at Canterbury Roman Museum. Buenos dias a todos and welcome to Blog Seven. As hinted at in Blog Six, one of the wonderful things about the Canterbury Roman Museum is that it appears to have made the decision to slow things down in the way it exhibits artefacts and its […]

Equality & Diversity through Literature

Equality & Diversity through Literature

June 16, 2020

Now more than ever, people across the world are coming together and striving to learn more about racism and diversity.ย  Understanding diversity is more important than ever and reading is a good starting point for learning, discussion and change. Here’s are a few recommendations from our library, Kent Libraries, of titles to support a wider […]

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