CANTERBURY HISTORICAL 

& ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY (CHAS)

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Current developments

 

In recent months new files and web pages have been added covering Hambrook history, the county borough boundary stones , stonework in the Kent War Memorial garden, and the work of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust in relation to Saint Eanswythe.

 

There have also been updates to pages covering the cathedral organ, details of grants awarded in 2020, and a new page with links to all the interesting cathedral podcasts.

 

Also, for anyone who missed the previous update, there are extensive new pages on Cathedral building stones (with many thanks to Geoff Downer).  For over 30 building stones, this new Section provides descriptions of the stones, examples of where to find them in the cathedral, and an A/Z index of memorials.  Those pages were released for public viewing at end March 2020.

 

 

Basic counts

 

number of site visitors            940 per day (based on Moonfruit counts)

size of site (MB)                        600 MB

number of pages                     891

number of images                   3202

 

 

Past progress

 

A brief checklist of past developments follows, with hyperlinks to the current site:

 

2009 and 2010

2011            

2012                                        

2013                                        

2014

                                         

2014

2014  

2015                            

2015                                        

2015

                                     

2017                                                                                    

2018 and 2019

2020                        

 

 

DL

5 April 2020

 

Notebook News - October 2020

 

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site created covering membership, meetings, excursions, etc

launch of first 100 pages of city history

new sections on Street Scenes and on the Cathedral

new section on Research topics

won Hayes award for best writing on Canterbury history

 

new section on oral history

reproduction of Canterbury Times articles (to 2016)

major re-formatting of site for ipads and tablets

reproduction of booklets on St Alphege local history trails

reproduction of past Society publications

 

new section on city Architecture

extension of various sections in Street Scenes

public release of Geoff Downer's pages on cathedral Building Stones