The Traherne Festival is held each summer in Credenhill (5 miles NW of Hereford), and in Hereford.
Thomas Traherne, Hereford’s poet priest, was buried on 10 October in 1674 and is celebrated both in the Church of England's calendar and by the annual Jeremy Maule lecture.
3rd June 2017 to 5th June 2017
Speakers at the 2017 Festival will include Malcolm Guite, the priest-poet whose latest collection is Parable and Paradox, and Anne Wroe, author of the recently published Six Facets of Light.
A full programme will be sent out with the April Newsletter and will also be available on the website.
Jeremy Maule Lecture
10th October 2017
This year’s speaker will be Dr Johanna Harris, who will speak about Traherne and the Harley family of Brampton Bryan.
Vaughan Association Colloquium
21st April 2017 to 23rd April 2017
The Vaughan Association will hold its annual colloquium at the Castle Hotel, Brecon. For details please see their website at www.vaughanassociation.org
One of Tom Denny's inspirational Traherne windows situated in the Audley Chapel in Hereford Cathedral