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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
We visited thw church after going round the parsonage. It is a lovely church and the stained windows are amazing. It is staffed by very friendly volunteers who run a very reasonably priced shop to help bolster funds.
We paid a brief visit to the Parish Church during our visit to Haworth, and it was definitely worth stopping by. It is somehow grand and quaint at the same time, and has modern facilities whilst also maintaining its authenticity. The people there seemed very...More
On arriving at the steps of the church, my daughter and I were asked if we would like to wind up the Victorian clock in this little church before a wedding began at 11.30am. We jumped at the chance! Jens the Parish Horologist told us...More
If you're a Bronte Fan or like to learn about local history/architecture this church is sure to inspire and delight. We had an absolutely marvelous and engaging tour from one of their volunteers and while I'm the Bronte fanatic, my mother (who's neutral on the...More
Absolutely amazing place to visit. You could make this the focal point of your visit to Haworth as the history of the church and cemetery is vast ( local shop sells books with details of so many noteworthy characters interred in the churchyard as well...More