The Traherne Association welcomes you to this site which celebrates and promotes the life and work of the poet and spiritual writer Thomas Traherne.
Lov is infinitly Delightfull to its Object, and the more Violent, the more glorious.
(Centuries of Meditations, II, 54)
AnnouncementGo to the Events page to find details of our annual festival and other lectures and activities.
The 2017 festival will run from 3rd to 5th June 2017.
Speakers include Malcolm Guite, the poet-priest whose latest collection is Parable and Paradox, and Ann Wroe, author of the recently published Six Facets of Light.
Please download the booking form and details here.
Jeremy Maule Lecture
10th October, 2017
This year’s speaker is Dr Johanna Harris of Exeter University, who will speak about Traherne and Herefordshire’s Religious and Literary Landscape.
Students/researchers will find lists of editions and books about Traherne under Reading Lists. They will also find material of interest on The Oxford Traherne website http://oxfordtraherne.org.
Each Jubilant Chord lists some of the many settings of Traherne's writing to music.
The site is maintained by members of The Traherne Association, which is based in Hereford.
We hope that you find our website to be both interesting and informative.
If you wish to apply for membership or membership renewal please click here
One of Tom Denny's inspirational Traherne windows situated in the Audley Chapel in Hereford Cathedral