The attraction of the church is it's connection with the Bronte family, the father having been Pastor there for many years. The Brontes lived in the Parsonage, and there wrote all their tales and poems. Only the bell tower is of the Bronte period, the rest having been rebuilt. It's has classical church architecture, and is built of sombre stone, but otherwise of no great architectural merit. Much more interesting, and certainly more photogenic, is the graveyard, with a terrific mix of variously slanting grave stones, which in late summer sunshine are quite magic
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