A new feature here at theSponge. If you’re like me and you sit behind a desk all week, it’s nice to get out of the house and go and visit somewhere. Even if it’s close by, there is nothing quite like getting away from the city life.
If there is one thing I hate, it’s people in its magnitude. Due to work, I’ve travelled all over England. Travelled to some of the most dreadful places, most of which tend to be in and around London.
So when I do get chance and a quiet moment, I do like to go and visit somewhere; somewhere I’ve never been before, somewhere I think you should visit too.
Last year I went to Haworth in Yorkshire; twice. Famous to most because it’s the birth place of the Bronté sisters, Anne, Charlotte and Emily.
Now Lucie absolutely loves Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronté, it’s her favourite novel. Haworth is famous to me because it’s where my family name came originated.
It’s a beautifully kept village that is reminiscent of the period the Bronté’s came from, with many shops and pubs to visit also. Make sure to visit the Bronté parsonage to get more of an insight into the Bronté family!
Outside of the village you can take a walk in the surrounding area’s where you can see beautiful landscapes. If you’re thinking of going anywhere this summer, go here!
You can find out more information about Haworth here.