DESCENDANTS of the Brontë family will soon be back in Mirfield.
David Millian is a relation of the Reverend Patrick Brontë’s brother William.
He will visit and stay in Mirfield and revisit his heritage.
Imelda Marsden from the Brontë Society said they will look round north Kirklees where Patrick and his famous literary daughters have connections.
She said: “I’ve been in touch with David since 2000 and it’s nice for him to be able to visit here.
“I’ll be showing him the school and the church which are central to the Brontë story.”
While here, Mr Millian will tour the Red House Museum in Gomersal and Oakwell Hall in Birstall.
He will also see Val Wiseman perform a musical Brontë tribute, Keeping the Flame Alive, at Dewsbury Minster on Friday September 25 at 7.30pm.
The event coincides with the Rev Patrick Brontë arriving in Dewsbury 200 years ago where he was a curate at Dewsbury Minster.
He will meet up with Sarah Brontë’s descendants and visit the Brontë grave at Whitechapel Church in Cleckheaton.
They will also visit the Hollybank Trust at Roe Head, Mirfield, where the Brontë sisters were educated.