The Bronte's - A talk by Stephanie Yearnshire

Wednesday 24 April 2024
Time: 14:00
Price: Free
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Most people know of the famous sisters Charlotte Emily and Anne Bronte, but this talk encompasses all eight members of Patrick Bronte's family. In this examination can be found the heroic, the eccentric, the ridiculous, the extremely sad and that is just the men. We see where the talented family are likely to have got their inspiration and tell their story.

Tickets £2 per person. Suitable for ages 16+ 

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About Stephanie Yearnshire MBE
Stephanie is a retired police superintendent, who as officer in charge, closed the old Keppel Street Police Station and opened the new one in South Shields. As a sergeant she was posted to Hebburn, Jarrow and the Boldons and thoroughly enjoyed her time there. She worked across the world including Moscow and The White House in the USA. Latterly she taught leadership and policy at University and Human Rights for the Sheikh in Abu Dhabi. She holds a BA (Hons) and a Master of Philosophy Degree. She is now happily retired.

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