Westgate is a hundred of Kent that forms part of the Lathe of St Augustine. It is bounded by Boughton in the Lathe of Scray to the west; by Whitstable to the north; by Bleangate to the north-east; by Downhamford to the east; by Bridge and Petham to the south-east; and by Felborough in the Lathe of Scray to the south-west. Including the city of Canterbury it had a population of 56,075 in 2011.
It comprises the ancient parishes of:
- Canterbury Holy Cross, St Augustine, St Dunstan, St Gregory, St Mary Magdalen, St Mary Bredin, St Mary Northgate, St Martin, St Mildred, St Paul
- Chartham (part)*
- Dunkirk (ex. par.)
- Harbledown St Michael & St Nicholas
- The Mint (ex. par.)
- Seasalter (part)†
- Westbere (part)‡
- Whitstable (part)†
*: Mostly in Felborough.
†: Small parts along the coast; mostly in Whitstable hundred.
‡: Detached part; mostly in Bleangate.