Starting in 2014, ‘Hope and Glory’ explores the many varied and different local customs, traditional events and celerations that take place in England.

The project also explores many of the customs and events that take place in and around the capital city of London to more widespread local shenanigans around the country, ranging from the Druid Spring Equinox, Punch and Judy festivals to Tiddlywink and custard throwing championships.

The title of this work is derived from one of the unofficial songs that is often used as the English National Anthem, 'Land of Hope And Glory.'