Pugin Week

Welcome to Pugin Week

‘Celebrating arguably the greatest British architect and designer of the 19th Century’

The Pugin Lecture 2021

Dr Gerard Hyland will give a lecture on the life and works of Edward Pugin, illustrated with photographs of Pugin’s buildings from his recent publication.  Available at the bookshop at www.thepuginsociety.co.uk

Date and Time: Wednesday September 8th, 19.30

Venue: St Augustine’s

Pilgrimage guided walk from Canterbury

Date:  Saturday 11th September

Distance: 12 miles walking (plus bus ride)

Meeting point: Ramsgate Station at 7.15 am or Canterbury Westgate 8.05am

Lunch: Minster Abbey Tea Rooms

What to bring: Long trousers, water, money for bus and stout footwear

Tour Guide: Andrew Kelly, Shrine manager – RSVP apjkelly@hotmail.com

A Guided walk through Pugin’s town

Date:  Sunday 12th September – 2pm £5

Venue: The bust of Edward Pugin by the Granville Cinema, Ramsgate.  Be prepared for a fast-moving, fact-filled tour

Tour Guide: Catriona Blaker, Founder of the Pugin Society

Pugin Anniversary Mass

Date and Time: 14th September, Midday, St Augustine’s

Guided Tours and Kids’ Discovery Trail

Date and Time: 18th September, 10am – 4pm

Venue: St Augustine’s

Activity: Guided tours for the adults (£4) and a discovery trail for the kids (£1)

A Creative Pilgrimage art exhibition

An exhibition of art inspired by the Augustine Camino pilgrimage route to St Augustine’s

Date and Venue: 11th, 13th and 15th – 17th September, 1-3pm St Augustine’s

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