Kate Bush should buy Emily Brontë a drink. Wuthering Heights was the inspiration for (and the name of) the singer’s iconic debut single in 1978. Still, it’s hard to buy a pinot grigio for a 19th-century genius, so Bush has done the next best thing. She has contributed a piece of prose to The Brontë Stones – a project devised by the Bradford Literature Festival which, this month, has seen slabs, engraved with wise words in tribute to the Brontës, laid between Haworth and the sisters’ birthplace, the village of Thornton. You can stroll the route for eight miles. To read more click here.