Events & Links
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Haworth and the surrounding
Bronte country is the location of a large number of popular tourist
attractions. Additionally there are many special events in both
Haworth village and the surrounding areas. Listed below are some
of the most popular. First try what we think is the most informative
site on the area. click
Haworth 1940's Weekend
in May each year this has become one of Haworths most popular weekends
when the street steps back to the war time years celebrating the
best of a hard time. The authenticity & costumes are something
to behold with music & a Vera Lynn on every corner.
There are many dances held throughout the weekend
with one at the Old White Lion on the Friday Evening organsied by
The WR 28 Haworth Home Guard who use the Hotel as a Base throughout
the year with monthly meetings & dances all year.
For more information about the dance & what
the WR 28s' do just click there link above.
For more information about the weekend dances
& time tabling of events use the button for 1940's event to
the Haworth Village Association.
Haworth Halloween Weekend
Haworth in the run up to halloween for a weekend of entertainment
& family fun. Join the parade of ghost, witches & monsters.
Haworth Christmas Events
Christmas Events including Scroggling the Holly & the Tourchlight
Weekends to name a few. For more information follow the links to
the Official Haworth Village Association
The Hotel will as ever nearer the time post its
own web page outlining Menus, Dances, Christmas Day & New Years
Bronte Vintage Gathering
Bronte Vintage Gathering is a popular Country Show and Steam Rally
which takes place on the second weekend in May. A Charity event
raising money for Sue Ryder.
Links - Just click the Photos
For more details on forthcoming events and attractions, Where to eat,
drink & Stay
& Worth Valley Railway
Famous for the filming location of the 'Railway Children.' The KWVR
steam railway makes a great day out. Step back in time & enjoy
a train ride through the heart of Bronte country
Former home of the Bronte Sisters - Informative site about the lives
& novels of probaley Britains most famous literary family
The Spectacular mansion of the Keighleys Victorian millionaire,
mill owner & Textile manufacturer Henry Isaac Butterfield -
now a local history museum certainly worth a visit.
National Trust property - 17th Century West Riding Merchant's Manor
House with formal & wild gardens, duck pond & grounds
Enlightening site about Haworth another link in case you missed
it the fist time. All you need to know about the area - what,where
Town Talk is a guide taking you through the town centre, with everything
you need to know to make your visit more enjoyable.