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Containing regional travel information, details of your local MP and how to contact them, emergency phone numbers and details of surrounding villages, the information page is your local online Yellow Pages! With direct links to local clubs and organisations, the information page makes becoming involved in your town easier than ever. 
 
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Julian Brazier MP
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Julian Brazier MP
Following an education at Wellington College and latterly Oxford University, Julian Brazier served in the Territorial Army for 13 years. He was elected as the member of parliament for Canterbury and Whitstable in 1987. Early campaigns involved the environment, including woodland preservation. Following these campaigns, Brazier went on to become shadow minister for work and pensions, the Home Office and shadow minster for trade and international development, and recently shadow transport minister with a main responsibility for aviation and shipping. 01227 280 277
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Polo Farm Sports club

 

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The Polo Farm Sports Club is the sporting base of several clubs in Canterbury and is one of the premier centres of sports development and achievement in the South-East. With over twenty years experience, the club has seen its facilities and reputation develop to something its membership and the local and regional sporting community can be justly proud.
 
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Canterbury Orchestra
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The Canterbury Orchestra was founded in 1953. The orchestra comprises of a thriving group of enthusiastic amateur players who regularly tackle major works from the symphonic repertoire. The orchestra meets to practise on Friday evenings during term time, and gives between four and seven concerts each year. Recently the club has been  encouraging more young players to join the orchestra, and now the group includes a complete range of ages, from school age up to players who have been playing for up to 30 years, a complete blend of youth and experience. The younger players form a mobile group, which follows occasional vacancies, particularly in the brass and string sections. Everyone is welcome, as long as they can prove a true passion for music! www.canterburyorchestra.org.uk