In March 2020 South Square Centre successfully received Response funding from Bradford Metropolitan District Council to produce a series of remote zines which were designed by Rosie McAndrew and distributed around Thornton.
This follow up series, also designed by Rosie McAndrew, entitled ‘Little Brontë Booklets’ feature activities, facts and profiles on each Brontë’s. You can view the downloadable pdf’s online using the links below.
South Square is a collection of 19th Century workers cottages, in the old Yorkshire village of Thornton, famous for its Brontë connections and its impressive 20-arch viaduct.
Renovated as a community arts centre in 1982, South Square Centre is now home to ten studio spaces for a variety of artists, as well as a gallery, community spaces, archive, fine art framers, bar and a cafe.
The centre hosts community events and activities for all ages, including an ongoing workshop programme and provides community spaces available to hire.