This house looks pretty unassuming from the outside, but inside it is huge and so beautifully decorated. Central to the house is the beautiful kitchen by Arlington Interiors http://www.arlington-interiors.co.uk
It's on the market with The Good Estate agent, https://thegoodestateagent.co.uk but our sources tell us that it was under offer within hours so you may be too late already!Read More
We are very excited!! Two boxes of our Canterbury Squared book have arrived - just in time for the book launch this Wednesday!Read More
This is the last! We said we'd post a page a day during August, and by golly we did it!
We finish with Stour Street. A place that is very special to me and to this project.Read More
Palace Street is one of the most vibrant and interesting streets in Canterbury. It also has my favourite curry house on it!Read More
Today I'd like to thank all of our lovely project sponsors!
As recounted in “A Sketch of the Life of that notorious House-breaker, Horse-stealer and Highway-robber, John Kirby, he was traced to a house of ill-repute in Knott’s Lane following the theft of a pair of shoes with silver buckles from a young man called Henry York. These he had secreted under his great coat and then left hidden under a bush on the way to Whitstable. He was finally caught and convicted at Canterbury Castle on 13th January 1789, for stealing four geese, which resulted in his being transported to Australia for seven years. The city of Canterbury was much relieved at the removal of the perpetrator of such heinous crimes.
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Sometimes empty houses suffer from a lack of character. Not this one! What a stunning house. The owners have put so much work into it, with top end fit and fittings throughout. Well worth a look!Read More
The Tannery Estate is a relatively new addition to Canterbury, with several small roads contained within its area. I made the decision to treat this as a single 'road' as it has a single history, the roads being created as a single project just a few years ago.
Kickstarter link: http://kck.st/2uMGMGcRead More
Mill lane was lovely to photograph, with the working of the old mill making for some great subjects.Read More
It's a small world in Canterbury; Jan knows John Adams (or last Coffee Shop Headshot client) and used to work for IALC (one of our recent studio clients) back when they were in room 310 in Lombard house; the room we're in the process of moving into right now!Read More