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Excavations of the 19th and 20th-century defenses of Chatham Dockyard at The Lower Lines, Brompton feature in a new Canterbury Archaeological Trust report by James Holman and Peter Kendall.

Victor Smith's latest publication Northfleet's Forgotten Tunnels details the air raid shelters at the WT Henley site.


Excavations for the 2023 project season will commence on Tuesday 11th April 2023 and end on Saturday 27th May 2023 (Bank Holidays and Coronations will see the sites closed).


A talk by Professor K.R. Dark of Kings College London on 7th February 2023 entitled 'Mission to England: reinvestigating the origins of St.

In June of this year, an important surviving World War 2 site was scheduled by Historic England after a successful application mad
A visit to National Trust’s White Cliffs site at Dover to tour their Fan Bay and Wanstone Second World War gun battery sites in Se
A secret Second World War radio listening post in Northfleet.


Thanks to Gravesham Borough Council, crucial re-stabilisation of the nationally important remains of the Tudor Gravesend Blockhous
On Thursday the 1st of December, 2022 Professor Michael Wood OBE, FSA, entertained members of the Kent Archaeological Society at M
The Society is excited to announce the acquisition of the Ozengell Anglo-Saxon Collection; a unique legacy from the 7th century.

An exciting and interesting role of the editorship of the Society's journal Archaeologia Cantiana.


The Society is truly saddened by the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.