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Coming full-circle

It was always a special place to me. Somewhere I went as a young person, to walk and take in the atmosphere.

But they say there’s trouble in t’mill. 391 more words

Writing

Trail of the Day: Top Withens, Haworth, England

Top Withens is the ruined remains of an old farm house said to be an inspiration for Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. From Haworth village you can get there on a marked path that’s about 3.5 miles out, so 7 miles round trip. 100 more words

Sites

Bronte Parsonage, Haworth, West Yorkshire, England

Photography is not allowed in the Parsonage, so these photos will come from other sources, the exterior and around Haworth.  

I first read Wuthering Heights… 2,177 more words

Travel

Fundraising Walk: Day 7

INFO / TRAILER / CAMPAIGN

It was a rather grim start to the day, damp and overcast, but the walk was only a little over six miles in a straight line between Thornton and Haworth. 557 more words

DangeroustoKnow

the building of Christ Church School #1

January 2016 will see the 175th anniversary of the opening of Colne Christ Church School.

With a strong determination to bring the word of god and a basic general education to the children of the poor in that part of the town, along with lots of arm-twisting and some measure of emotional blackmail, the second incumbent of the church, Reverend William Hodgson, succeeded in raising the funds necessary for a schoolroom. 612 more words

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Considering Brontë’s 'everyday': Angharad's postcard from Haworth

Why I went…

I fell in love with Charlotte Brontë when I was eleven years old and read Jane Eyre and Villette in quick succession. I had always pretended to be above literary tourism so had never visited the Parsonage before. 233 more words

Postcard Gallery

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My contribution to Placing the Author's literary tourism 'postcard project'.

Considering Brontë’s 'everyday': Angharad's postcard from Haworth

Why I went…

I fell in love with Charlotte Brontë when I was eleven years old and read Jane Eyre and Villette in quick succession. I had always pretended to be above literary tourism so had never visited the Parsonage before. 233 more words

Postcard Gallery