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    email Your name Send to Enter multiple addresses separated by commas and or different lines Subject Page to be sent Ten Centuries of History in One Place Your message Copyright 2010 Thaxted Parish Council Source URL retrieved on 16 02

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  • Gustav Holst | Thaxted
    unfit for military service this compounded by their name being von Holst caused some suspicions amongst their neighbours The authorities however were unconcerned Conrad Noel the vicar of Thaxted and Holst soon became friends with Holst taking a great interest in the church choir In 1916 Gustav organised a Whitsun Festival in the church He was Director of Music at Morley College and some of his students came to Thaxted to be part of the festival One who came then was Jack Putterill who also has a place in Thaxted history The festival in this form was repeated in 1917 and 1918 In 1917 the family moved into Thaxted to live in The Steps now called The Manse in Town Street A blue plaque is beside the front door In those days it was a quiet place to work Holst wrote several pieces specially for Thaxted including Tomorrow shall be my dancing day Sadly the Whitsuntide festival ceased after 1918 Holst was abroad for much of the year working for the YMCA undertaking the role of Musical Organiser for troops of the Army of the Black Sea Unfortunately for Thaxted when the Whitsuntide concerts were revived St Pauls School Holst s employer insisted that the venue should be Dulwich Conrad Noel s communist rants from the pulpit had become too much for the parents of the St Pauls pupils and so Thaxted lost for a time a great annual event Fortunately a music festival in the months of June and July was restarted in 1980 by the late Michael Snow and flourishes still today See the website www thaxtedfestival org uk Holst continued to take an important part in the music in the Parish Church in many ways This included playing the Lincoln organ which is now in need of

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  • Gustav Holst | Thaxted
    service this compounded by their name being von Holst caused some suspicions amongst their neighbours The authorities however were unconcerned Conrad Noel the vicar of Thaxted and Holst soon became friends with Holst taking a great interest in the church choir In 1916 Gustav organised a Whitsun Festival in the church He was Director of Music at Morley College and some of his students came to Thaxted to be part of the festival One who came then was Jack Putterill who also has a place in Thaxted history The festival in this form was repeated in 1917 and 1918 In 1917 the family moved into Thaxted to live in The Steps now called The Manse in Town Street A blue plaque is beside the front door In those days it was a quiet place to work Holst wrote several pieces specially for Thaxted including Tomorrow shall be my dancing day Sadly the Whitsuntide festival ceased after 1918 Holst was abroad for much of the year working for the YMCA undertaking the role of Musical Organiser for troops of the Army of the Black Sea Unfortunately for Thaxted when the Whitsuntide concerts were revived St Pauls School Holst s employer insisted that the venue should be Dulwich Conrad Noel s communist rants from the pulpit had become too much for the parents of the St Pauls pupils and so Thaxted lost for a time a great annual event Fortunately a music festival in the months of June and July was restarted in 1980 by the late Michael Snow and flourishes still today See the website www thaxtedfestival org uk Holst continued to take an important part in the music in the Parish Church in many ways This included playing the Lincoln organ which is now in need of restoration See the

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  • Gustav Holst
    of Music at Morley College and some of his students came to Thaxted to be part of the festival One who came then was Jack Putterill who also has a place in Thaxted history The festival in this form was repeated in 1917 and 1918 In 1917 the family moved into Thaxted to live in The Steps now called The Manse in Town Street A blue plaque is beside the front door In those days it was a quiet place to work Holst wrote several pieces specially for Thaxted including Tomorrow shall be my dancing day Sadly the Whitsuntide festival ceased after 1918 Holst was abroad for much of the year working for the YMCA undertaking the role of Musical Organiser for troops of the Army of the Black Sea Unfortunately for Thaxted when the Whitsuntide concerts were revived St Pauls School Holst s employer insisted that the venue should be Dulwich Conrad Noel s communist rants from the pulpit had become too much for the parents of the St Pauls pupils and so Thaxted lost for a time a great annual event Fortunately a music festival in the months of June and July was restarted in 1980 by the late Michael Snow and flourishes still today See the website www thaxtedfestival org uk Holst continued to take an important part in the music in the Parish Church in many ways This included playing the Lincoln organ which is now in need of restoration See the website www thaxtedlincolnorgan org After a head injury in February 1923 he began to show the signs of overwork and on strict medical advice retired back to his beloved Thaxted for a long holiday spending only one day a week in London He continued to be involved with the Parish Church and its choir

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  • Gustav Holst | Thaxted
    this compounded by their name being von Holst caused some suspicions amongst their neighbours The authorities however were unconcerned Conrad Noel the vicar of Thaxted and Holst soon became friends with Holst taking a great interest in the church choir In 1916 Gustav organised a Whitsun Festival in the church He was Director of Music at Morley College and some of his students came to Thaxted to be part of the festival One who came then was Jack Putterill who also has a place in Thaxted history The festival in this form was repeated in 1917 and 1918 In 1917 the family moved into Thaxted to live in The Steps now called The Manse in Town Street A blue plaque is beside the front door In those days it was a quiet place to work Holst wrote several pieces specially for Thaxted including Tomorrow shall be my dancing day Sadly the Whitsuntide festival ceased after 1918 Holst was abroad for much of the year working for the YMCA undertaking the role of Musical Organiser for troops of the Army of the Black Sea Unfortunately for Thaxted when the Whitsuntide concerts were revived St Pauls School Holst s employer insisted that the venue should be Dulwich Conrad Noel s communist rants from the pulpit had become too much for the parents of the St Pauls pupils and so Thaxted lost for a time a great annual event Fortunately a music festival in the months of June and July was restarted in 1980 by the late Michael Snow and flourishes still today See the website www thaxtedfestival org uk Holst continued to take an important part in the music in the Parish Church in many ways This included playing the Lincoln organ which is now in need of restoration See the website

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    Printer friendly Your email Your name Send to Enter multiple addresses separated by commas and or different lines Subject Page to be sent Gustav Holst Your message Copyright 2010 Thaxted Parish Council Source URL retrieved on 16 02 2016 04

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  • Thaxted Almshouses | Thaxted
    30 31 Upcoming Events Saturday 19th Mar 2016 Twinning Bingo Night Thaxted Bowls Club 19 00 21 30 Home Tourism Places To Visit Thaxted Almshouses THAXTED ALMSHOUSES Visitors approaching the church from the west cannot help seeing two single storey buildings situated in the churchyard Both were once almshouses and they make a pleasant frame for the windmill beyond The long low thatched building still known as the Chantry was built as a Priest s House and later became an almshouse providing four dwellings under one roof At some time during the 17th and 18th century the administration of this building passed to the Manor of Horham but by the 1920s its condition had deteriorated so much that it was unsuitable for its original purpose The Rev Conrad Noel the Vicar at that time then purchased it and turned it into a single dwelling now belonging to the church The adjacent tiled almshouse building built around 1714 probably on the site of an earlier chantry house used to comprise eight tenements under one roof and in 1830 was occupied by sixteen aged persons 13 widows a man a wife and a maid The building was maintained partly by the parish

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  • Thaxted Almshouses | Thaxted
    28 29 30 31 Upcoming Events Saturday 19th Mar 2016 Twinning Bingo Night Thaxted Bowls Club 19 00 21 30 Home Tourism Places To Visit Thaxted Almshouses THAXTED ALMSHOUSES Visitors approaching the church from the west cannot help seeing two single storey buildings situated in the churchyard Both were once almshouses and they make a pleasant frame for the windmill beyond The long low thatched building still known as the Chantry was built as a Priest s House and later became an almshouse providing four dwellings under one roof At some time during the 17th and 18th century the administration of this building passed to the Manor of Horham but by the 1920s its condition had deteriorated so much that it was unsuitable for its original purpose The Rev Conrad Noel the Vicar at that time then purchased it and turned it into a single dwelling now belonging to the church The adjacent tiled almshouse building built around 1714 probably on the site of an earlier chantry house used to comprise eight tenements under one roof and in 1830 was occupied by sixteen aged persons 13 widows a man a wife and a maid The building was maintained partly by

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