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Haworth - West Yorkshire

Haworth village is situated at the edge of the Pennine moors in West Yorkshire, England, the area made famous by the Bronte sisters, known as Bronte country.

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On this day in 1853
Elizabeth Gaskell who wrote "The life of Charlotte Bronte" visited Charlotte Bronte at Haworth.

On this day in 1868
To be let or sold, with immediate possession Ponden Mill, suitable for spinning or weaving, and five cottages, goits, &c., and large reservoir, with twenty-horse water-wheel, and a plentiful supply of water; also, ten- horse engine with engine coals within about half a mile of the place, and with or without about six acres of valuable land. The mill is about one-and-a-half miles from the Haworth Station, on the Worth Valley Railway. If sold, one-half the purchase money can remain on the premises. For further particulars apply to Messrs, Robert Heaton Bros, Ponden, Keighley, Yorkshire.
Extract printed in The Leeds Mercury, Saturday, September 19, 1868

On this day in 1931
A Big Potato
In Haworth inn the other day they were discussing the wonderful things produced in their gardens. One of the party, of somewhat diminutive stature, but possessing a fertile imagination, listened for some time to tales of giant cabbages and cauliflowers, freak potatoes, etc. He could restrain himself no longer, and chimed in with this: "A woman one day wanted me to sell her hawf a stoan o potaties. Nay, lass, as said, Ah,m noan bahn to cut this i two, not even for thee."
Nelson Leader article by Jonas Bradley 19th September 1931

On this day in 2004
The Countryside and Rights of Way Act (CRoW) came into force giving everyone a legal "freedom to roam".

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