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Food for Thought: Celebrating Charlotte Brontë With Sue Newby
29th June at 1pm
Venue: Games Room
The Brontë Society was founded in 1893, and is the oldest literary society in the English speaking world. It is a charity and is responsible for the governance of the Brontë Parsonage Museum, world famous home of the Brontë family, set in the picturesque village of Haworth, West Yorkshire. The museum holds the biggest collection of Brontë manuscripts and artefacts and it is their mission for as wide an audience as possible to enjoy these and be inspired, through a changing programme of exhibitions, and innovative Contemporary Art and Learning programmes.
This year is the bi-centenary of Charlotte Brontë’s birth, so join us for lunch where we will be asking a question of this most fascinating and complex of writers… Just what made Charlotte Brontë tick?