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Owner description: Canterbury Glass Art is a gallery and workshop for Minster Glass Studio. Watch as we create glass figurines and Jewellery as... more » Owner description: Canterbury Glass Art is a gallery and workshop for Minster Glass Studio. Watch as we create glass figurines and Jewellery as you browse the bright and spacious gallery. All the items are made by us in the UK. Groups are welcome.Wheelchair accessible Free demonstrationsEnglish, Spanish and Japanese spoken. « less
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Category: Flea/ Street Markets
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Category: Malls
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Owner description: Conquest House, which is outwardly a 16th Century timber-framed house, internally dates from the early years of the Norman... more » Owner description: Conquest House, which is outwardly a 16th Century timber-framed house, internally dates from the early years of the Norman Conquest. In 1170 the 4 knights De Tracy, De Moreville, Fitzurse and Le Breton divested themselves of their arms here before seeking an interview with Becket in his palace, across the street. Having been unsuccessful in persuading the Archbishop to return with them to France to meet with the King, they returned to the house, then known as the 'House of Gilbert the Citizen' to rearm themselves. Becket went to Canterbury Cathedral for Vespers as usual, forbidding his monks to lock the doors, and it was at the altar that the knights found him. The rest is history, and St Thomas Becket's martyrdom turned Canterbury into one of the premier places of pilgrimage in England, right up to the time of Henry VIII's Reformation. Now home to the Canterbury Church Shop & Pilgrims' Refectory. « less
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Category: Shops
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Category: Art Galleries
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