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Whilst working as a lecturer at Canterbury College of Art, he formed a band, Kilburn and the High Roads, in 1970.
By the early 16th Century there were only two monks left in residence, excuse enough for Cardinal Wolsey to dissolve it, and to use the funds to endow his new foundation - Canterbury College - at Oxford.
Students at Canterbury College in Kent have launched Blue Monday Awareness Day.
Wates is one of the leading developers in the education sector in the UK and has built schools and colleges to accommodate 35,000 pupils, including Canterbury College and North Liverpool Academy.
He also founded the Sidney Cooper Gallery of Art which eventually developed into the Canterbury College of Art, an establishment which gave young aspiring artists the training he had been denied.
In addition, Henderson is establis-ing a scholarship with leading Canterbury college St Bede's which, also from next year, will allow one promising 18 or 19-year-old attached to Cov to go to New Zealand for six months between February and August and play rugby.
Macmillan Brown held the English Chair at Canterbury College from 1874 until 1895.
Somerset-born Bridget was keen to go into TV from the moment she signed up for her art and design degree at Canterbury College of Art.