THE BRONTË Parsonage is limbering up for another set of school holiday activities.

Wild Wednesday! returns to the Haworth museum with a look at the miniature gardens that the Brontë siblings invented to accompany their fantastical fictional worlds.

A spokesman said: “Spring is the time gardens are waking up and coming into bloom, so try your hand at creating your own secret garden with Rachel Lee.

“You can have trees and hedges, flowers and ponds; anything you want, as long as it’s tiny.”

The April 19 event will be followed by another Wild Wednesday!, entitled Nussey’s Notes, on April 19, also from 11am to 4pm.

The event will celebrate the 200th birthday of Charlotte Brontë’s best friend, Ellen Nussey. The pair wrote hundreds of letters to each other over the years, Ellen carefully keeping more than 500 of those she received from Charlotte.

Artist Julia Ogden will help museum visitors design their own writing paper and envelopes.

The Easter holidays will also feature short guided walks, museum trails and hands-on history sessions. Visit brontë for the latest information.