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The Bronte Church and clearly next to the Parsonage! It’s a lovely old building but feels warm and welcoming inside. We spent about 20 minutes wandering round.
The church requires further restoration so please visit and make a donation otherwise we shall lose historic buildings...More
No visit to Haworth is complete without a visit to this church, where Patrick Brontë (father of the famous Brontë sisters) arrived as incumbent in 1820. It should be noted that this is not the building that he/they would have known; a previous building on...More
Plenty of Bronte facts scattered around this rebuilt church that the family attended. Definitely worth a visit to read all the interesting information on this very famous family. Set in glorious Yorkshire stone with some fantastic stained glass windows.
Not all the Bronte's are buried here .....Anne is buried at Scarborough. The church that the family attended was flattened and this new and slightly larger one was built in its place, albeit on the same plot. There are plaques to the Bronte's here, a...More
Howarth and particularly the Parsonage, is a major place of pilgrimage for Bronte fans. The church stands at the top of the village next to the parsonage. Patrick Bronte was parson here for many years and Anne, Emily and Charlotte grew up in the Parsonage...More
We went to look at the Bronte chapel with its memorial plaque commissioned by Patrick Bronte after the death of his wife and six children. We were amazed by the beauty of the stained glass by some of the finest British and European makers. There...More