Twelve glorious photos of the Haworth 1940s Weekend

The Yorkshire village of Haworth stepped back in time this weekend.

Haworth's streets decorated
Haworth's streets decorated

Thousands of visitors in period costume descended on Haworth for the annual 1940s weekend. They enjoyed tea dances, live music, military re-enactments and living history displays in the village, which is also famous as the home of the Bronte sisters.

Malcolm Walton and Malcolm Taylor dressed in US Army medics' uniforms

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1940s singer Amanda Beaumont in action
A performance by the Melody Belles choir
Mark Newman, from Grimsby, dressed in a 1940s Metropolitan Police uniform
Mike and Karen Ayden enjoy a refreshment stop
Three members of the Melody Belles choir
1940s military uniforms could be seen
Siblings Lily-May and Jacob Broadhead, from Rotherham, dressed as wartime children
Thousands of nostalgia-loving visitors arrived in Haworth for the event
Jan and Mike Burdge travelled from Gloucestershire to attend
A US Army jeep on display