A steamy time was on offer at a Haworth bistro as it hosted a ladies’ night with topless waiters.

Three “Yorkshire beefcakes” calling themselves The Full Bronte served food during the event at the Haworth Steam Brewery.

About 30 women went along to the Main Street eatery, helping raise more than £300 for Breast Cancer Care.

The night was organised by Kelly Gascoigne who runs the bistro, part of a family business that also includes a micro-brewery.

She recruited the Full Bronte team, Phil and Chris Elswick and Richard Smith, because she has known them since childhood The trio provide a topless butler and hospitality service for hen nights, birthdays and charity events.

Kelly said: “The guys worked so hard all night, doing it all for charity. They were supposed to finish at nine but they were still there at midnight.

“There were a lot of women who were local, and groups from Leeds and Batley. I was asked to do another ladies’ night by about 90 per cent of them.”

Sarah McGinty from Haworth-based Nails at Home provided pampering treatments, and many Haworth businesses supplied raffle prizes.