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Unsung Heroes of HardyLand - Margaret Marande
Unsung Heroes of HardyLand - Margaret Marande
A series celebrating the individuals who work behind the scenes to provide us with unique Hardyan experiences.
National Parks help improve young people’s health and life chances
National Parks help improve young people’s health and life chances
Support for Dorset National Park
Unsung Heroes of HardyLand - Mike Nixon
Unsung Heroes of HardyLand - Mike Nixon
A series celebrating the individuals who work behind the scenes to provide us with unique Hardyan experiences.
Unsung Heroes of HardyLand - Andy Worth
Unsung Heroes of HardyLand - Andy Worth
A series celebrating the individuals who work behind the scenes to provide us with unique Hardyan experiences.
Fifty Years of  THS Birthday Weekend Celebrations
Fifty Years of THS Birthday Weekend Celebrations
A brief history by THS Chairman Tony Fincham
'Great Things' by Mark Chutter
'Great Things' by Mark Chutter
Revisiting THS Memories During Lockdown
Hardy and Lockdown by Tracy Hayes
Hardy and Lockdown by Tracy Hayes
Hardy and Lockdown
What is Learning?
What is Learning?
An article written for the London Progressive Journal by THS Academic Director Dr Faysal Mikdadi
Hardy and St George's Day by Tracy Hayes
Hardy and St George's Day by Tracy Hayes
The 23rd of April is celebrated in England as St. George's Day, when Mummers perform the play of St George and the Dragon, and there is cider drinking and revelry.
Hardy and Valentine's Day by Tracy Hayes
Hardy and Valentine's Day by Tracy Hayes
The most famous instance of a Valentine appearing in Hardy's works is of course the chapter 'Sortes Sanctorum' in Far From the Madding Crowd.
Jemima Hardy – The Great Author's Mother by Tracy Hayes
Jemima Hardy – The Great Author's Mother by Tracy Hayes
Jemima Hardy, nee Hand, (1813-1904) was one of the most important people in Thomas Hardy's life.
Hardy and the Titanic by Tracy Hayes
Hardy and the Titanic by Tracy Hayes
On 15 April 1912, the RMS TITANIC sank in the early hours of the morning after colliding with an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean.
Hardy and Shakespeare by Tracy Hayes
Hardy and Shakespeare by Tracy Hayes
Thomas Hardy's relationship with Shakespeare began at a relatively early age. At 13, while attending Isaac Last's school, he had already read all of Shakespeare's tragedies
Thomas Hardy and the May Day Festival by Tracy Hayes
Thomas Hardy and the May Day Festival by Tracy Hayes
The first day of May marks the onset of warm weather and fertility in Nature, celebrated in festivals such as the Cerealia, involving club-walking and dancing around a beribboned Maypole.
The Hardys and the Suffragette Movement by Tracy Hayes
The Hardys and the Suffragette Movement by Tracy Hayes
The Hardys and the Suffragette Movement
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