Thomas Hulme Memorial

Thomas Hulme

Thomas Ernest Hulme was an English critic and poet who, through his writings on art, literature and politics, had a notable influence upon modernism. He was an aesthetic philosopher and the ‘father of imagism’.

Hulme was born at Gratton Hall, EndonStaffordshire, the son of Thomas and Mary Hulme. He was educated at Newcastle-under-Lyme High School, and from 1902, St John’s College, Cambridge

The Thomas Hulme Memorial

This will be unveiled at 2.00pm on the 23rd September at Hallwater (on the A53) by Karen Bradley MP

He was killed in the Great War on the 28th September 1917.

The above event was a great success where schools and local organisations to part and contributed to a memorable day.