Registration is now open! Bursaries are limited, so please ensure a place by registering now here

Thanks to generous funding from the Postgraduate Experience Award Fund, six heritage walks, focusing on the connection between engagement with heritage and wellbeing, will take place during the Autumn and Summer term of 2019. This exciting programme of walks include visits to some of Kent’s remarkable historic villages and monuments, archaeological sites and places of natural beauty.  The programme with a short description and dates can be found below.  Click the tabs above to read about the walks in more detail and to sign up.


Conditions to apply for funded places:

  1. Funding is only available to registered postgraduate students of the University of Kent.
  2. The walks are open to anyone, including Undergraduates or friends and family not affiliated with the University, but there would be no provision to cover costs for transportation or admissions to sites.


Programme of Heritage Walks:

15 May, 2018 – Registration is now closed.

‘Bigbury Camp – Exploring Canterbury’s Ancient Beginnings’ – Get steeped in Canterbury’s ancient heritage and see where the ancient tribe of the Canti took its final stand against Julius Caesar’s 7th Legion with PhD student Karl Goodwin, Classics and Archaeology.