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Haworth Parsonage


(Associated Place)


This was the home of Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Ann and this was where their master pieces were born in the early Nineteenth Century. Haworth was their world of love, beauty and inspiration during bright spring and summer days and bleak autumn and winter months of their short lives.
The path behind the parsonage leads to the silent moors with slopes, rock, grass and purple heather in August. Haworth parsonage, 'All Angels' church and the adjacent graveyard where forty thousand bodies have been buried would tell you the history of this beautiful inspiring landmark of literary history.

Contact Information

name: Daisy Abey
email: daisy.abey@blueyonder.co.uk

Haworth High Street

Half an hour drive from Keighley



Poetry Society 2003
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