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Herringbone Kitchens, a business based on Palace Street, Canterbury are great supporters of Catching Lives and this Christmas they wanted to do something that would encourage people and businesses to think about small things we can all do to make a difference. They have worked with us and Red Cape

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Many thanks to City of Canterbury Chamber Choir, conductor Peter Futcher and accompanist Ed Kemp-Luck for their magical spellbinding concert yesterday. The transfixed audience were treated to a couple of hours of Christmas music, traditional carols and readings from this talented group in the beautiful (and warm) setting of St

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People getting on a Stagecoach bus in the lead-up to Christmas might be a bit surprised to find Santa Clowes at the wheel. And no, that’s not a typo. Stagecoach bus driver Terry Clowes will be spending the festive season driving around East Kent in one of three amazing outfits

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On Sunday 1st December, Catching Lives opened the doors of Canterbury Community Shelter for the tenth year in succession. The centre will be offering up to 20 bed spaces for 122 consecutive nights, running in partnership with seven Canterbury churches until 31st March 2020. The Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Councillor

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Kent Dance performed their annual end of term one show ‘Fusion’ at Eliot Hall at the University of Kent to a sell-out audience last Saturday (30th November). It was an exciting fun-packed evening showcasing the many talents of the University students, incorporating contemporary, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, Tap, Bollywood and Irish