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Wuthering Heights revisited

Wild, windswept solitude; a place where the spirit runs free. That, for me, was the original attraction of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights. I was a young teenager when I first read the book and was gripped from the start. 985 more words

Nature

Restoring the Appearance of Old Yorkshire Flagstones

This Yorkshire flagstone floor was about 20m2 in size and was well overdue a deep clean, additionally a lot of the pointing was loose or missing which would need to be resolved. 68 more words

Tile Cleaning

Old Yorkshire Flagstones Revitalised in Haworth Village

This Yorkshire flagstone floor was about 20m2 in size and was well overdue a deep clean, additionally a lot of the pointing was loose or missing which would need to be resolved. 68 more words

Tile Cleaning

Refreshing the Look of Sandstone Shower Tiles and Grout

This Yorkshire flagstone floor was about 20m2 in size and was well overdue a deep clean, additionally a lot of the pointing was loose or missing which would need to be resolved. 278 more words

Tile Cleaning

Soundscapes [The Great Escape, days 3 &4]

Tired legs. A little light rain. Wimbledon on the BBC.

Day three becomes a day of rest.

I’m finding something deep and reassuring in Haworth on this visit. 429 more words

Art, Jaunts & Going Out

Progressive Poetry and a new festival in Yorkshire

I went to Cobbledy last week to listen to poets. There were many – around a hundred! A healthy turnout I would say. Mostly from Yorkshire. 353 more words

Writing

#Throwback Thursday (7/06/16)

I am going to be testing out a new little feature on the blog, well going by the title, every thursday i will aim to post an older photo i took a while back. 43 more words

Photography