In this era of downloads and internet shopping, more and more people are deprived of the joy of browsing through racks of cds, looking for bargains, surprises, or just that special recording.

Grove Music, downstairs at The Grove Bookshop, offers a wide range of classical new releases, jazz on cd and vinyl, and a back catalogue of classic recordings in folk, jazz, classical and rock music. Rediscover the joy of browsing in our cosy basement shop.


Not Just the Brontes

Mon 3rd Jun 13

Haworth Parsonage is famous for its literary inhabitants, the fabulously gifted Bronte sisters, but it has been home to many other, less celebrated folk. On Friday, 5th July at 7.30pm we will be hosting Ann Dinsdale, the museum's Collections Manager, and hearing all about the clerics, curators and characters who have played their part in the history of the Parsonage.

The talk takes its inspiration from an exhibition put together by Ann charting the inhabitants of the house before and after the Bronte family, and covering church families, wartime visitors, and several custodians whose families grew up in those fascinating literary surroundings.

Our last evening event, with Neil Hanson, Lynne Russell and the Sweethearts, was a roaring success, with 40 people crammed into the shop to share a glass of wine, sample some chocolate and hear all about the history of the Rowntree's factory in York, so we have high hopes for our latest venture.

Tickets are £3, including wine, and are selling fast, so if you fancy an evening of literary and historical interest, book your place now!

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