Our Walk To Ponden Kirk, In The Footsteps Of Emily Brontë

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Would you like to walk with us up to Ponden Kirk today? Here you can find our article about one of the most amazing walks on the moors ever- and this very article you can find in our book E sognai di Cime Tempestose also.

Ponden Hall and the Heaton family

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  During one of our fist trips to Brontë Country we reached one of the places that best represent Wuthering Heights for all Brontë lovers: Ponden Hall. It is an old farm built in gritstone that, according to tradition, inspired Emily for the creation of the main houses in her novel. But which of the two …

Where Were the Brontë Sisters Born? Our Trip to Thornton

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Where were the Brontë sisters born? When it comes to the Brontës one always tends to think of Haworth, the place where they lived. But they were actually born in Thornton a very small village not that far from Bradford, Yorkshire. Our latest trip to Yorkshire was both very short and extremely intense. We’ve finally …

Celebrating Emily Brontë: What’s On At The Parsonage?

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2018 will be a very special year for Brontë enthusiasts, since it will be entirely dedicated to Emily Brontë in order to celebrate her bicentenary. There will be lots of worldwide cultural events to celebrate the author of the immortal Wuthering Heights. Let’s have a look at some of the most engaging events organized by …

Literary travellers in search of Tabitha Aykroyd’s Grave

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Did you know that looking around Haworth graveyard   you can still find the grave where Tabitha Aykroyd was buried in 1855? We had the chance to see it several times but remembering its exact location is still complicated. It can be found somewhere near the small wall that separates the Parsonage garden from the cemetery, …