A Cornish Tea-treat with the Branwells of Chapel Street

The History: Maternal relations of the Brontës in Penzance The Writing Table: A display of Branwell-Carne-Brontë literature & art, with accompanying film. Actress Angela Crow will give a brief talk about Maria Branwell who left home in Penzance in 1812, to journey to Yorkshire – a trip that changed her

A Cornish Tea-treat with the Branwells of Chapel Street

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Venue: Hypatia Trust

The History: Maternal relations of the Brontës in Penzance

The Writing Table: A display of Branwell-Carne-Brontë literature & art, with accompanying film.

Actress Angela Crow will give a brief talk about Maria Branwell who left home in Penzance in 1812, to journey to Yorkshire – a trip that changed her life forever.

Cornish cream tea.

All proceeds to establish THE GARDENERS’ HOUSE – a Community Resource & Learning Centre in Morrab Gardens nearby – an added venue for the Penzance LitFest! RSVP necessary. Limited admission (40)

Tickets by post/cheque (with SAE) from: Hypatia Trust, 16 Chapel Street, Penzance, TR18 4AW, or reserve by e-mail at hello@hypatia-trust.org.uk & seat will be kept until 2:45pm (only)

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