Cracking Easter fun at Bronte Parsonage Museum in Haworth

Nine-year-old Titus Buta shows off some of the creations from the Bronte Parsonage Easter egg event in Haworth

Nine-year-old Titus Buta shows off some of the creations from the Bronte Parsonage Easter egg event in Haworth

First published in News

Youngsters – and parents – had an eggs-traordinary time at the Bronte Parsonage Museum in Haworth.

They served-up some cracking creations during an egg-themed workshop, led by community artist and former Parsonage employee Rachel Lee.

Visitors had the chance to decorate hard-boiled eggs using a range of materials.

“It was buzzing – there were lots of children there,” said Susan Newby, the museum’s education officer.

“We had all sorts of fantastic designs, from angry birds to Daleks!”

The session was among a host of Easter holiday activities staged by the museum, including talks, a churchyard challenge and a chance to view some of Charlotte Bronte’s possessions.

Events continue today with an opportunity for people to write their own stories or poems and create illustrations.

Visit bronte.org.uk for details.

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