Upcoming Events


Regular meeting venue: St Dunstan's Church Hall or on Zoom, second Monday of each month
Secretary: John Ingram, [email protected], 01227 472589
President: Professor Malcolm Andrews, [email protected] 

The Canterbury Branch was re-founded in 1996 by Dr Frank Fricker with a programme of monthly talks, of a mainly academic nature, and occasional outings. That, with the annual Birthday Lunch, remains the basic pattern. However, before each talk there is a convivial half-hour for refreshments, news and chat, not always strictly Dickensian. The Branch AGM is held at its December meeting, when business is leavened by a Christmas entertainment accompanied by Dickens Tart and Punch. The Canterbury Branch has twice staged the Fellowship's Annual Conference, in 2005 and 2012.

Canterbury Branch 2022 Programme

A short introduction to Canterbury

 

 

 

14
February
14
March
Canterbury

Talk by Dr Tony Williams

Venue: Zoom
11
April
Canterbury

Talk by Dr Christine Corton

Venue: St Dunstan's Church Hall, 80 London Rd, Canterbury CT2 8LS
09
May
Canterbury

Talk by Dr Jacquie Stamp

Venue: St Dunstan's Church Hall, 80 London Rd, Canterbury CT2 8LS
13
June
Canterbury

Talk by Mr Paul Graham

Venue: St Dunstan's Church Hall, 80 London Rd, Canterbury CT2 8LS
11
July
Canterbury

Talk by Dr Jeremy Clarke

Venue: St Dunstan's Church Hall, 80 London Rd, Canterbury CT2 8LS
14
July
Conference
Annual Fellowship Conference

115th Annual Dickens Conference

Venue: Haarlem, The Netherlands
12
September
Canterbury

Talk by Professor Cathy Waters

Venue: St Dunstan's Church Hall, 80 London Rd, Canterbury CT2 8LS
10
October
Canterbury

Talk by Professor Jenny Hartley

Venue: Zoom
14
November
Canterbury

Talk by Professor Louis James

Venue: Zoom
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