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Defence Association was formed and swept to power in the 1945 municipal elections. Retrieved on ) " Canterbury Cathedral". 44 Another famous visitor was Mahatma Gandhi, who came to the city 45 in October 1931; he met 46 Hewlett Johnson, then Dean of Canterbury. The Canterbury Players: Canterbury 's leading amateur dramatics group a b c Roger Bowers, 'The Liturgy of the Cathedral and its music,. 27 It merged with the newly founded Kentish Gazette in 1768.
5 Canterbury remains, however, a small city in terms of geographical size and population, when compared with other British cities. Music edit The cathedral edit Medieval edit Polyphonic music written for the monks of Christ Church Priory (the cathedral) survives from the 13th century.
Many are still standing, including the "Old Weaver's House" used by the Huguenots. It is the home ground of Kent County Cricket Club and has hosted several One Day Internationals, including one England match during the 1999 Cricket World Cup.
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Archived from the original on Retrieved "Crumbling cathedral 'needs 50m. Retrieved "University of Kent". Retrieved on Christopher Marlowe Some biographical facts Archived t the Wayback Machine. Lower Paleolithic axes, and Neolithic and Bronze Age pots have been found in the area. Retrieved on bout the team Kentish catcher in the Rye - Personal Impact Gazette.
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