Edward Thomas in Words and Music

All Saints Church, Steep, GU32 2DF Church Road, Steep, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Everyone is invited to attend this event at All Saints Church, Steep, GU32 2DF on the evening of Saturday 5 March 2022, starting at 7 pm. Tickets are £15 each and may be ordered through ticketsource.co.uk/hm-collective or, if you live in or near Petersfield, in person from One Tree Books, Lavant Street, Petersfield. If you are travelling down for the weekend please do not forget to visit the Edward Thomas Study Centre at Petersfield Museum, which is open during the day on the 5th.

£15.00

2022 Annual Birthday Walk

Bedales School Church Rd, Steep,, Petersfield, United Kingdom

The 2022 Birthday Walk will take place on 6 March 2022 Image Credit and copyright: Matt Cook The 2022 Edward Thomas Birthday Walk will take place at 10:30 am on Sunday 6 March 2022. This year there is only ONE walk scheduled, and it will be led by Mike Cope. Further details and a map may be found by following this link.

Free

The Edward Thomas Literary Festival – 2022

Petersfield Museum Petersfield Museum, Petersfield, Hampshire, United Kingdom

EDWARD THOMAS LITERARY FESTIVAL – 2022   The 2022 Edward Thomas Literary Festival takes place between 6 and 9 October with a range of events and activities that will be of interest to everyone, both in-person and digitally, and will once again be based at Petersfield Museum. Booking and ticketing information may be found on the Museum’s website here. Summary event information currently available (as at 14 September 2022) is visible here on the Fellowship website.

Edward Thomas, Oxford and the Past

Lincoln College, Oxford Museum Road, Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

Edward Thomas, Oxford and the Past As part of the Fellowship Committee's wish to expand our activities and engagement, we are delighted to bring you details of this event which has been organised by members Margaret Keeping (author of A Conscious Englishman and also a Committee Member) and Julia Maxted (former Newsletter editor). This will be an interesting and varied day with talks, a walk and a visit to Lincoln College and its archives, where Thomas studied at the turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Meeting at the Lincoln College Archive, Museum Road, Oxford, OX1 3PL on 15 July  This event is open to both Members and non-Members of the Edward Thomas Fellowship, with preference given to Fellowship Members until 16 June. Find out more and how to book by clicking here.

£10

Edward Thomas Weekend, 6 – 8 October 2023 (Friday event)

Online Event

Edward Thomas Weekend Friday 6 October - Sunday 8 October 2023. Friday 6 October Hampshire / New Hampshire: Edward Thomas / Robert Frost                         7 pm – 9 pm An online discussion, with readings, between members of the Edward Thomas Fellowship and the Robert Frost Society. Online event only - free - donations welcome. Registration through Eventbrite please Full weekend information and booking details available here.

Edward Thomas Weekend, 6-8 October 2023 (Saturday event)

The Avenue Pavilion, Peterfield The Avenue, Petersfield, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Join members of the Edward Thomas Fellowship in Petersfield, at The Avenue Pavilion, Petersfield, and online for a full day of talks and poetry readings inspired by the life and work of Edward Thomas and other poets and writers of that period. Hear also about how Edward Thomas was already writing about Climate Change over 100 years ago. Speakers include: The lecturer, poet, press critic and editor Rory Waterman who will read some of his own poetry and talk about the 'Super-Tramp' Poet W. H. Davies and his elegy for Edward Thomas. ---------------------------------------------------- Dr Jane Potter, Reader in Arts in the School of Arts at Oxford Brooke University, author, editor and Trustee of the Wilfred Own Literary Estate. Jane will be talking about Wilfred Owen and his time in the Artists Rifles at Hare Hall Camp, where he may well have been instructed by Edward Thomas. Title: ‘Now that the…

Free – £10

Edward Thomas Weekend, 6-8 October (Sunday Walk)

Bedales School Church Rd, Steep,, Petersfield, United Kingdom

Join members of The Edward Thomas Fellowship and participants in the Petersfield Walking Festival in this, strenuous in places four and a half / five mile on the Sunday morning of this Edward Thomas Weekend. Following in the footsteps of the poet and his family, we will walk from Bedales School to the Memorial Stone (pictured here at the time of its unveiling in 1937) and then on to Bee Cottage (where Thomas did most of his writing between 1909 and 1916), with the kind permission of its owner, Sharyn Antonini, before returning to Steep and Bedales School via a path that is the subject of his poem The Path. This descent will need care as it is steep in places. There is no charge to attend this walk but registration is requested please for health and safety purposes. Full event details and booking information are available here

Annual Birthday Walk 2024 and Fellowship Annual General Meeting

Bedales School Church Rd, Steep,, Petersfield, United Kingdom

This year's Annual Birthday Walk and AGM will take place on Sunday 3 March. There will be two walks, one longer and more strenuous one in the morning and a shorter one in the afternoon. The AGM will take place at All Saints Church, Steep at 4 pm - tea and cake available from 3.45 pm. For more information please follow this link.

Free

Edward Thomas London Walk

Clapham Junction Station London

Sunday 2nd June 2024 11.30am from Clapham Junction station Meet outside Sainsbury’s close to the station What Three Words https://w3w.co/alarm.choice.code Lucy Milner, Edward & Helen’s great-granddaughter, will be leading the walk, largely following the map and guidance kindly provided by Benedict Mackay https://edward-thomas-fellowship.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/1.-Wandsworth-Common.pdf  I would highly recommend downloading/reading this document in advance. This walk is approximately 4kms and will be undertaken at a leisurely pace, taking time for readings, chances to photograph, ask questions etc, en route. The terrain is easy, mostly on pavements and well established paths on Wandsworth Common.  Lunch will be at approximately 12.45/1pm and I would advise bringing a pack up/picnic (remember Sainsbury’s at the walk’s start) which can be eaten on the Common opposite the Hope pub in Bellevue Road. Alternatively lunch is available at the pub but staff assured me that booking ahead is advised. I had a tasty cheese toasty there in March!  https://www.thehopepub.co.uk/#/ After lunch…