He is more greatly honoured, in my opinion, at St. Pancras International Station, arguably one of the finest in the world.
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Subject: Re: Hughes stone at Poets Corner to be at foot of Eliot's

I'm a big fan of Betjeman's poetry, but must ask why he should be commemorated in The Abbey whilst so many of his contemporaries, who were far more accomplished poets than he ever was aren't so honoured ??

On 2 November 2011 11:52, Rickard A. Parker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
The lead from the article at

Hughes remembered in Poets' Corner

Published on Wednesday 2 November 2011 07:37

The Westminster Abbey memorial to late poet laureate Ted Hughes, from West Yorkshire, is to be placed at the foot of the stone commemorating his publisher TS Eliot.

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