Parsonage Unwrapped: The Darker Side of Life in Haworth

Exclusive evening event

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Exclusive evening event

Haworth in the 1840s was a smelly, crowded and unsanitary place, and the contaminated water supply led to frequent outbreaks of waterborne diseases like cholera and typhoid. Dr Emma Storr, Honorary Associate Professor in Primary Care at the University of Leeds, and leader of a module on The Ill Child in History, leads an evening examining conditions in the region, and reveals all you’ve ever wanted to know about life – and death – in Haworth.

Tickets £22.50/£20 concessions* and include a glass of wine. Places are limited, so early booking is advised. Please book in advance at www.bronte.org.uk/whats-on or by calling 01535 642323.


*In addition to Brontë Society members, concessions apply to the following groups:
Children, students and people over 65
People in receipt of Personal Independence Payment
People in receipt of a means-tested benefit
Please be prepared to provide proof of status. 
 
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