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Day 52 - The Brontes, Haworth

This is the Bronte museum sign.

 

This is telling you where the Bronte’s vault is.

This is the church.

West Yorkshire

Haworth 1940s Weekend 17th & 18th May

Throughout the year, 1940′s Weekends are a feature right across the country but one is arguably the best. Do not miss the Haworth 1940s Weekend, as Haworth village goes back in time when thousands of visitors, mostly in costume, swell the streets of the village and take the whole atmosphere back to the 1940′s. 767 more words

KWVR

My BMC equity symposium

Getting to Brontë country was easy enough, a quick hop on the train to Leeds, onwards to Keighley and a bus to Haworth. The Brontë Parsonage museum is a perfectly sized museum where an afternoon well spent will give a pretty good idea of the lives and times of the Brontës and Haworth during the 19th century. 1,280 more words

Peak District National Park

Church Gazette: St Michael and All Angels Church, Haworth.

Stained glass panel depicting St. Ann teaching The Blessed Virgin Mary how to read.

Church Of England.

Why Bronte?

Choosing the name for my main character wasn’t easy. I was going to have to live with it for a very long time, so getting it right was very important to me. 1,039 more words

Writing

Haworth Tompkins' Liverpool Everyman Theatre Developed With Old And New Bricks

Driving the brickwork exterior of the new Everyman Theatre in Liverpool, England, architecture studio Haworth Tompkins created a curved auditorium constructed from 25,000 reclaimed bricks (+ slideshow). 17 more words

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