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Bronte Parsonage in Haworth – lady sitting waiting for her friends in the rain.


Day 317: Eastwood and the Priest of Love

An A-Z of the East Midlands: E is for Eastwood

I know of three reasons why people go to Eastwood: to go to IKEA, because they got a job interview (think very carefully and have a good look round), or to visit the place that gave the world DH Lawrence. 1,134 more words

My Bronte Adventure

The other day, I made my semi regular pilgrimage to the seat of, as far as I’m concerned, the greatest literary minds in the history of the English language: The Bronte’s home village of Haworth. 1,597 more words


Tour de Tribal!

Tribal staff were lucky enough to have been able watch the Tour De France pass through many of our office locations over the past week, as the cycling event brought the Grand Depart to the UK. 66 more words


We had a mixed visit to Yorkshire. Many of the towns and villages were decorated for the Tour de France which had its first two days of racing in the area. 379 more words


The Bronte Parsonage, Haworth

There is a path that winds from the parsonage door, skirts the school and heads graveward to the Black Bull. Branwell Bronte circled this route like a clock’s arm. 87 more words

Glyn Edwards

A Brontë Pilgrimage

I was recently lucky enough to spend a long weekend in Haworth, the Yorkshire village which has become an international place of pilgrimage for devotees of its most celebrated daughters, the Brontë sisters. 855 more words