Bronte students it the heights in Cambridge
Two unrelated students with the same name have both graduated from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and both are aiming to hit the Wuthering Heights in their respective future careers.
Both are called Bronte Taylor, were born just one day apart and graduated from ARU’s English literature course.
The grandfather of one of the 22-year-old graduates was a huge fan of the writings of the Bronte sisters and this was a factor in her name. But the origins of the name given to the younger of the two Brontes, who lives near March, was nothing to do with the literary sisters: “My mum actually got my name from the film Green Card!
“I found out there was someone with the same name on the very first day of university. When we were registered they called Bronte Taylor we both answered.
“At first they thought about calling us Bronte 1 and Bronte 2, then they decided to do it on age, and that’s when we discovered our birthdays were a day apart.”