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Haworth, UK: hello Brönteland - a literary pilgrimage

Copyright Man Alive!

I was super excited when I woke up on the first Saturday of our 2015 trip to England and Scotland. I was to go on pilgrimage. 548 more words


The Silent Wild

It’s easy to see how people become obsessed with the Brontës. The interweaving of their short, strict lives, their intense fictional worlds, and the unforgiving landscape they inhabited is heady. 660 more words


Time to say goodbye

Miles covered so far – 74.9
Fundraising total so far – £863.50

Last week saw a special Grundy family trip to Haworth – home of the… 216 more words


Woke up at 4am couldn’t get back to sleep so decided to take my self up to Penistone Hill for the sunrise. The colours in the sky as the sun rose were amazing. 20 more words


Literary walks: Brontës & Plath

The drive into Haworth was all uphill, past Peckett Well into Oxenhope, the church of St Mary the Virgin, to our left and Bay Horse pub further up. 468 more words



A stunning afternoon and so felt like a drive round. Ended up in at Ponden Reservoir the views here are amazing, Drove up to Scartop and looking over the countryside has such a calming effect. 8 more words


Bronte street

Here is the finished painting based on my earlier sketch. It’s taken a few evenings as it’s quite big. I think it’s one that will grow on me, at the moment it just feels like a lot of effort for only a mediocre result. 47 more words