A FABULOUS WEEKEND CELEBRATING AND COMMEMORATING THE 1940s

Contact Email:

haworth1940s@hotmail.com

 

EVENTS

 

Attractions


Dakota ZA947 Flypast on Sunday 17th May 10.30am (subject to weather)

Remembrance Service at the Bandstand in the Park - Sunday 10.45pm

Spitfire & Merlin engines

Stalls, Vehicles and ‘Victory Bar’ beer tent in the Park

Stalls, Vehicles and Entertainment in Museum Car  Park

Haworth West Lane Baptist Amateur Operatic Society Spring Concert

present ‘Mrs Hyacinth Pluckett’s Edwardian Soirée’. A feast of entertainment in the Edwardian Style. Solos, songs for you to join in, sketches, recitations and lots of fun!


In West Lane Baptist Chapel Haworth on Wednesday 13th, Friday 15th and Saturday 16th May at 7.30pm. Admission: Wednesday £6 (children £3), Friday & Saturday £8 (children £5).


For tickets please contact Vera on 01535 643425


Station ‘X’ Exhibition in Methodist Chapel

WANT TO SEE AN ENIGMA MACHINE?

This truly amazing exhibition has been expertly curated by Andrew Kissack especially for the Haworth 1940s Weekend and pays tribute to the code breakers at Bletchley Park. This pop-up museum will also feature a full-sized replica of the Turing Bombe machine (which helped de-code the German secret messages) and this is the only opportunity to see these magnificent machines outside Bletchley Park.

Bradford Pipe Band

Land Army Parade

Evacuees in Museum Car Park

Cadet Drill Parade Competition

Evening Dances

...and lots, lots more!

Further details and events will be posted here as soon as information is available.

A more detailed list of events and times will be included in the Haworth Picture Post Magazine available from numerous outlets and Marshalls throughout the weekend. Packed with lots of pictures, information and wonderful stories it makes a superb souvenir of the weekend.


DON’T MISS IT!  Price only £2.50