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Haworth Extended Trail


West Lane Car Park

Starting point for both walks. If arriving by car, park here rather than the Changegate car park which is privately run and operates an infamously stringent clamping policy.

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St Michael and All Angels Graveyard

Atmospheric churchyard dating back to seventeenth century including graves from Brontë contemporaries.

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Footpath from churchyard

Footpaths leading out of the village in area known as Heartbreak Hill

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The home of the church incumbents prior to the building of the Parsonage

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Penistone Hill Country Park

An open moorland area with excellent views of the Worth Valley and Ilkley Moor. The rocky landscape contains evidence of the area’s quarrying heritage.

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Stanbury Moor

Open heather-topped moorland where Emily Brontë liked to roam

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Brontë Bridge and Brontë Waterfall

Picturesque spot where the Brontë sisters were said to come for inspiration

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Pennine Way

A short step along Britain’s original long distance footpath

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Buckley Green

Home of Timmy Feather, last of the handloom weavers

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Ponden Reservoir

Nineteenth century reservoir built to supply water to the mills.

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Scar Top Sunday School

Independent Methodist Chapel

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Old Silent Inn

Reputedly haunted inn with restaurant. Recently won the Best Food Pub of the year 2010 in the Great British Pub Awards.

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Small farming village with long established tradition of non-conformity.

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St Gabriel's Church, Stanbury

Chapel at Ease established by Patrick Brontë.

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Lower Laithe Reservoir

Reservoir built to supply water to the Worth Valley after other reservoirs were extracting the natural water courses elsewhere.

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Haworth Cemetery

Haworth’s new cemetery containing the grave of daredevil parachutist Lily Cove

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