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Walk & Ride Festival
Brontës and the Atom
Sunday 25th September. Start: 11:00
Duration: 4 hours
Distance: 6.5 miles
A walk to celebrate Charlotte Brontë's bi-centenary and The Atoms 10th anniversary. Fosters Leap Wycoller Dene and on the Brontë and Pendle Way through Germany to Wycoller village (and cafe) and back to the starting point.
Jane Eyre off the page! In Brontë Lancashire
by Pendle Borough Council
Sun 25 September 2016
14:30 – 15:45
The Aisled Barn
Wycoller, Wycoller Country Park
Near Colne, United Kingdom
To celebrate Charlotte Brontë’s bicentenary in Bronte Lancashire. Join Sue Newby from the Brontë Parsonage Museum to bring Jane Eyre off the page in Wycoller, Lancashire. With a really simple script and costumes we’ll re-create the early part of Jane’s story. Together we’ll dramatise her time with the awful Reed family and then her banishment to the most horrible school in literature – Lowood. Everyone gets to join in this FREE workshop. It’s suitable for children aged 8 years and above and all families are welcome - no drama skills required! (...)
After the workshop, enjoy visiting the atmospheric village which inspired the Brontës including the ruined hall which is the real Ferndean Manor in Jane Eyre.