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The 'Casterbridge' Walk [Event]
This is a two-hour walk led by Dorchester's own Town Crier Alistair Chisholm. Beginning at the Town Pump it will take in various 'Casterbridge' sites
A Walk around Thomas Hardy's Casterbridge [Event]
This is a walk investigating Hardy's Casterbridge, led by Town Crier Alistair Chisholm and THS Chairman Tony Fincham
The End of Casterbridge? [News]
One of the most distinctive aspects of Dorchester is the sharp cut off between town and country on the northern side.
Save Our Countryside! [News]
Take a Walk for STAND (Save the Area North of Dorchester) - Developers want to build an urban area larger than Poundbury on Hardy’s Far From the Madding Crowd country.
2016 THS Conference [Page]
Celebrating 130 years since the publication of The Mayor of Casterbridge
Beyond Egdon [Page]
Beyond Egdon Dorset - Thomas Hardy Country
Christmas in the Courtroom [Event]
A dramatic and musical celebration of Yuletide
Thomas Hardy Society and STAND Walk (Save the Area North of Dorchester) [Event]
A walk across water-meadows and down-land under threat by developers
Complete Texts of Thomas Hardy's Novels
A Hardy Postcard Collection in Virginia [Page]
Joyce Hurt Teaches Hardy in America
'Love, praise, indifference, blame' [Event]
Phillip Mallett, University of St Andrews. This talk looks at some of the 150 or so poems Hardy wrote about his first wife, Emma, after her death in 1912.
Short stories [Page]
New Publications: Objects in Hardy and Conrad [News]
The French Association for Thomas Hardy Studies (FATHOM) has the pleasure to announce the publication in FATHOM, the French e-journal of Thomas Hardy studies, of its latest issue on "Objects in Hardy and Conrad".
D-Day for Dorchester by Alistair Chisholm [News]
The S.T.A.N.D (Save The Area North of Dorchester) coordinating group is gathering together the various challenges to the development of this site
A Hardy Family History Research Trip [Page]
Val Weedon researches her family connections to Thomas Hardy
Hardy and Shakespeare by Tracy Hayes [Page]
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
Links to Societies promoting Thomas Hardy
2019 THS Study Day [Page]
2019 will mark the 145th anniversary of the publication of Far From the Madding Crowd
The Thomas Hardy Society 2019 AGM and Accounts [Page]
Minutes from the 2019 AGM and details of Accounts