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Chaucer College is located in Canterbury, Kent - known as the 'Garden of England'.

Canterbury, rich in medieval history, is famous for its stunning Cathedral, featuring some of the country's most beautiful church architecture. For over 300 years, it was a major pilgrimage site, inspiring Geoffrey Chaucer's famous 14th-century work, "The Canterbury Tales."

The city hosts three universities, a lively theatre scene, cinemas, busy shops, and modern gyms, offering a dynamic urban experience. The vibrant street market, held twice a week, and the bustling farmers' market provide access to local goods daily. With many restaurants, coffee bars, and traditional pubs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.