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For a wonderful look at the Worth Valley, its attractions, history and wildlife the Haworth village website is the place: http://www.haworth-village.org.uk/
The two you have to visit:
Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
Haworth’s Chapels and Churches have always been centres of worship, association and social change. They are living communities that will welcome you and are often the gateway to a whole range of events and social encounters:
West Lane Baptist Church
Haworth Parish Church
You have to learn to love Keighley, it was a hard nosed, magnificent manufacturing town, full of mills, engineering firms, civic pride and contradictions. That was its past, today it is a town looking to find its future.
Cliffe Castle Museum is a gem. It’s free, full of treasures, set in parkland it’s a little old school but wonderful.
The National Trust’s East Riddelsden Hall is glorious.
The new Civic Centre will be opening in 2012 and you can keep up with the development and news of local events and celebrations at:
Steven Wood is one of Haworth’s published historians and his books give a wonderful insight into Haworth’s past:
‘Haworth, a strange uncilivilsed little place’ - published by Amberley Press
Steven also works in collaboration with Ian Palmer:
‘Haworth Through Time’ - published by Amberley Press
Haworth has an abundance of accommodation to suit all occassions and budgets.
The following all provide a wonderful level of service.
Ashmount Country House: www.ashmounthaworth.co.uk
Rosebud Cottage: www.rosebudcottage.co.uk
The Old Registry: www.theoldregistryhaworth.co.uk
No 10: www.10thecoffeehouse.co.uk
Brook House at Ogden...just over the moor from Haworth: http//www.brookhouseyorkshire.com
Saltaire is a World Herigate Site and is breathtaking in its scale
Bolton Abbey is beautiful and tells a story of ancient times
Skipton Castle is a medieval gem