Nestled in the Pennines of West Yorkshire is a charming village, soaked in literary importance. Haworth is currently home to around 6000 people, but its most notable residents were Mr Brontë and his four children, Charlotte, author of Jane Eyre, Emily, author of Wuthering Heights, Anne, author of Agnes Grey, and the lesser well known,… Continue reading Travel Diary: A Walk To Bronte Bridge
Read part four of the Yorkshire Dales Itinerary and travel diary. This time, the trip is temporarily halted by a rather nasty surprise.
Part two of the Yorkshire Dales travel diary - this time we explore a waterfall trail, a mountain and a cave in Ingleton.
People always say that dogs are man's best friend, and Dan has been pestering me for a puppy since we moved into our home a year ago. I've never had a dog before, so was hesitant to let go of some of the freedom associated with not owning a pet, ie jetting off on holiday… Continue reading New Puppy News!
Created in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales is one of Great Britain's most beautiful National parks. Comprised of a number of 'dales', this area of Britain is definitely one worth visiting. Read part one of the Yorkshire Dales Itinerary.