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Agincourt 600 Young Poets' Competition

Copied and pasted from Poetry Library newsletter:

Closing Date: 31-Jan-16
Calling all writers between the ages of 5 and 18 from the UK – enter the Agincourt 600 Poetry Competition. 126 more words

Agincourt 600 – Robert Hardy talk

Last night I attended a talk in the St David’s Hotel & Spa in Cardiff Bay put on by the Firing Line Museum of the Welsh Soldier… 237 more words


Hedon Mayor - "London fascination with Little Old Hedon and our Henry V silver mace!"

HEDON’S most precious civic possession, the Henry V Silver Mace, is currently on display at The Guildhall Art Gallery in the City of London… 940 more words


The Tower of London, Agincourt, and being a Londoner

Otherwise entitled: ‘I don’t do those ‘London Things’, I live here’ and other misconceptions of Londoner’s

It’s a strange thing, living in London, in that those that do reside in the city have rarely done the ‘London’ things. 762 more words


Gore and glory: how Shakespeare immortalised the Battle of Agincourt

Alison Findlay, Lancaster University

Henry V’s 1415 victory against the French at Agincourt is a key point of pride in British memory, and as such celebrations for this week’s 600th anniversary are multiple and varied. 856 more words


"He's 'ad a little too much to drink"

We left with a massive crowd from the Camden tube station, transferring to the Piccadilly line that goes to the stadium. When we entered the train, three men were jacking around, pushing each other playfully but without regard for others riding the train. 1,194 more words


600th Anniversary of Battle of Agincourt

600th Anniversary of Battle of Agincourt

It was 600 years ago today- October 25th 1415- St. Crispin’s Day- that England’s King Henry V delivered a speech written for him by the yet-to-be- born future playwright William Shakespeare and then went on to defeat French forces at the Battle of Agincourt.

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