Yesterday me and my lovely went to Haworth, the home of the Bronte sisters. It is a lovely village surrounded by lush countryside. Unfortunately, yesterday the weather was pretty grim so we only wandered round the shops, think we will be going back soon to go on the moors and see the museum.
The main high street is so cute, and is filled with pretty café's, boutique shops and vintage.
This was an amazing shop, Rose & Co Apothecary, it was filled with old fashioned sweets, jams, toiletries, chutneys, and soaps.
I got a Picturegoer magazine from Yorkshire Relics, an issue from 1947, I am a big fan of a Lizabeth Scott so had to get it, there was a big stack of them I wish I could of bought them all.
I also purchased a Humphrey Bogart biography, and one of my favourite Enid Blyton books The Folk of the Faraway Tree.
|I want to live in the magic faraway tree|
Most of the vintage shops were rather expensive, there was one that left me breathless, which was The Souk, it was rather strange though because nearly every garment was covered in plastic, so it was very difficult to make out what the items looked like and how much they were. There were so many beautiful hats, I need to go back when I have more pennies. What did you do this weekend?
With the Bronte sister's in mind I am excited to see the latest adaptation of Jane Eyre.