Home Contributors Contact Links Wallpaper Search
 Local Community
 Annual Events
 Out and About
 Local History
 The Brontes
 Steam Railway
 360° Panoramas
 Tourist Information

Haworth - West Yorkshire

Haworth village is situated at the edge of the Pennine moors in West Yorkshire, England, the area made famous by the Bronte sisters, known as Bronte country.

Annual Events
Saltaire Festival 11th Sep
Remembrance Sunday 8th Nov
Haworth Steampunk weekend 20th Nov

More Annual Events...
Annual Events

Latest News

Local Community Events

Local Groups

Latest Annual Event Pictures
Tour de France-2014 Peleton
Tour de France-2014 Caravan
Haworth 1940s Weekend -2014 page 1
Haworth 1940s Weekend -2014 page 2
Tour de France-Yorkshire Festival 2014
Latest Annual Event Pictures



History Pictures

Desktop wallpaper

3D Pictures
Quick Links
Website - Whats New
Aerial Views of Haworth
Haworth Web Cam
Add your Event

#Haworth Feed
On this day in 1891
"We gave a holiday on Monday in commemoration of the Free Education Act. The managers have decided to accept the grant & in consequence the children will attend this school free."
Extract from Haworth School Log Book

On this day in 1923
The Clerk read a communication from the Urban District Council of Stretford inviting the Council to adopt a resolution to the Government in favour of making vaccination compulsory in the interests of the health of the community. It was resolved that the communication lie on the table.
Extract from Haworth Urban District Council Minute Book

On this day in 1981
The first full colour picture was printed in the Keighley News. It was on the sports page showing Keighley Rugby League team.

The Keighley News was first published on Saturday, April 5, 1862. It was sold at one penny, it had four pages, the opening news was the latest report on the Civil War in America.

haworth-village.org.uk 2001 - 2015