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The Haworth 1940s Weekend

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The village of Haworth in the heart of West Yorkshire's Bronte Country is famous (amongst other things) for hosting a very special 1940s weekend.

The event usually involves locals and visitors alike getting togged up in 1940s gear to enjoy a wide range of nostalgic events, which often include a RAF vintage plane flypast, a morale boosting visit from "Sir Winston Churchill" and even the "Queen Mother" - as well as spivs peddling their wares and authentic swing jive and Lindy Hop dancing being performed both in the streets during the day and at specially arranged dances which are held at local dance halls and pubs in the evenings.

For information and news about next year's event please visit the official website of the Haworth 1940s organising committee at www.haworth1940sweekend.co.uk

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civilians Roger Dodger OverandOut - click here to report for duty ! We will fight them on the beaches - click here to find out more... Haworth 1940s weekend

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For details of event dates please see event details.

For details of places to stay in Haworth and the surrounding area please visit the accommodation section of the Haworth Village website on Bronte Country.

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