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Midsummer on Wuthering Heights and in Haworth

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Haworth Steam Railway Station

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Haworth Town Centre

Haworth

BD22 8NJ

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Join Ed Glinert, author of the new "111 Places in Yorkshire You Shouldn't Miss" on a sun-drenched sojourn through heavenly Haworth

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It’s summer, the perfect time of the year for a sunny saunter through the very heart of Wuthering Heights country.

We will trip through hallowed Haworth on the trail of the Bronte family, stopping at the most disturbing locations to read aloud, in a chilly voice, the most disturbing extracts from Emily Bronte’s unsurpassable novel...such as this.

“…My fingers closed on the fingers of a little, ice-cold hand! The intense horror of nightmare came over me: I tried to draw back my arm, but the hand clung to it, and a most melancholy voice sobbed, 'Let me in—let me in!' 'Who are you?' I asked, struggling, meanwhile, to disengage myself.

'Catherine Linton,' it replied, shiveringly.“

When we get to the main church we will be “beseeching the Lord to remember the patriarchs Noah and Lot, and, as in former times, spare the righteous, though he smote the ungodly”.

Eventually we will settle on the very edge of the wild and windy moors and to protect ourselves from the unholy spirits repair to the nearest hostelry.

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Haworth Steam Railway Station

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Haworth Town Centre

Haworth

BD22 8NJ

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Organiser New Manchester Walks

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New Manchester Walks is led by Ed Glinert, Manchester's most energetic and entertaining tour guide, author of Penguin Books' Manchester Compendium and compiler  Ed Glinert hails from London and lives in Manchester and has led walks in London since 2003.

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