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Mo's help with the Yorkshireman

“The critical bit of information that you need to know is that when Mo stands on the start line, he believes he can run faster than anyone else in that race. 303 more words


London Diary – Readers I’ve been to Haworth!

Haworth, West Yorkshire.

A tongue in cheek attempt at a fantastic opening line. It might not have done the trick but fans of Bronte might have understood the allusion to the famous line in Jane Eyre, “Readers, I married him.” 861 more words


Rereading Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

When I first read Jane Eyre, I was in my early teens and at the start of my secondary school career. I’m now about the same age that Jane is during most of the events of the novel- the same age that seemed so grown up to me when I first read it. 569 more words


Aye up - it's Yorkshire day!

Although where I live, every day is Yorkshire day, today is our ‘official day’, where we celebrate what the local folk like to call ‘God’s own country’. 630 more words


Release your inner Bronte in Haworth, Yorkshire

Nothing quite warms my heart like a Bronte pilgrimage to Haworth in Yorkshire where the Bronte sisters spent most of their lives in their father’s parsonage, now known as the Bronte Parsonage Museum. 958 more words

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


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