Haworth (England) Reviews
Description:Haworth, a small village not far from Bradford in West Yorkshire. Situated above the Worth Valley amid the bleak ... more
Newest Review: ... ‘The Black Bull’ public house and St Michael and All Angels Parish Church completing the small compact meeting place for visitors. Walking along Church Street with Kings Arms on your right and ‘Architects Candles’ to your left will lead you towards the ‘Bronte Parsonage Museum’ which was built in 1778 and was the lifelong home of the Bronte family between ... more
Customer Haworth (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/03/01, updated on 27/03/01 (Very useful, 2492 readings)
I wonder just how many of us reside in or near to, areas of outstanding natural beauty or close to some locality where noteworthy historical events have taken place without giving it much thought. I have to confess that I place myself into both of these categories due to living within an hour of the beautiful Lake District and fifteen miles away from where the worlds most famous literary family lived between 1820 and 1861. Haworth, a small hillside village situated above the Worth Valley not far away from Bradford, West Yorkshire has become internationally famous for it’s connection with the Bronte sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne. ... Read the complete review
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