Anglican Catholic Church

Pilgrims' Refectory Opens

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The Servery is ready

The Servery is ready


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New Supervisor Appointed

New Supervisor Appointed

Director Roy Hipkiss (Left) welcomes Mr Cerith Parvin as Refectory Supervisor

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Coffee Machine

Coffee Machine

Cerith demonstrates the Coffee Machine

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The Shop Office

The Shop Office


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Shop Floor 1

Shop Floor 1


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Shop Floor 2

Shop Floor 2


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Shop Floor 3

Shop Floor 3


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Shop Floor 4

Shop Floor 4


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Shop Floor 5

Shop Floor 5


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Shop Floor 6

Shop Floor 6


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Front of House

Front of House

The Canterbury Church Shop's Pilgrims' Refectory opened its doors on tuesday 9th July 2013, for the first time. Pictured outside are Supervisor (Right) Cerith Parvin and his Assistant Jack Annis. We are especially grateful to Jack for stepping in at the last muinute to help us out while he has a break from university.

On Tuesday 9th July 2013 the door will open for the first time on the Canterbury Church Shop's Pilgrims' Refectory in the historic Conquest House, 17 Palace Street, Canterbury.
Mr Cerith Parvin has been appointed as the Refectory Supervisor while the Shop itself is in the able hands of Mrs Beatrice Engramer.
Roy Hipkiss, one of the Directors, welcomed Cerith, this week, who was put to work straight away familiarising himself with the coffee machine.
The opening will be a low key affair, the Norman Undercroft and Garden are still being prepared. The grand formal opening will follow when Bishop Damien Mead is fully recovered from his recent accident.