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Bronte Parsonage, Haworth

Haworth, West Yorkshire

Tonight, I’ll be tuning in for To Walk Invisible — the  BBC drama about the Bronte sisters that is featuring on PBS Masterpiece.  1,138 more words



Haworth is home to the Bronte Parsonage, where the Bronte sisters penned their famous novels. The village itself is perched atop a hill, at the edge of the Pennine moors in West Yorkshire. 60 more words


Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth

The Brontë sisters are some of the best know, widest read and most popular authors in the history of the English language. I’ve read one or two of their books, at least one by each sister, and they’re not bad at all. 847 more words


The Little Teashop of Lost and Found Trisha Ashley - 4.5*s #bookreview @trishaashley

Alice Rose is a foundling, discovered on the Yorkshire moors above Haworth as a baby. Adopted but then later rejected again by a horrid step-mother, Alice struggles to find a place where she belongs.

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A Brontë Pilgrimage

These are the Yorkshire moors where the ghosts of Catherine and Heathcliff roam; You hear their laments on the wind and you feel their icy breaths on your cheek as they creep under your coat to nestle against your skin, to steal all of your life-giving warmth. 381 more words


Staycations: My Family Weekend Getaway To Haworth

If you’re looking for your next staycation destination, I’d suggest Haworth – a charming, oldy-worldy village in West Yorkshire. I visited Haworth, which is most famous as the home of the Bronte sister writers, a lot as a kid and I went back for the first time in years last weekend, enjoying it just as much as I did when I was little. 892 more words


Selling books in Bronte country

Last summer I visited Howarth, a beautiful old town in West Yorkshire, famous for being the home of the Bronte sisters. If you are a writer, or even an aspiring one like me, there is something magical about visiting a place with such a pedigree. 504 more words