BRITAIN’s top TV hiker Julia Bradbury stepped into Haworth to film her latest ITV series.

Staff from the Brontë Parsonage Museum accompanied Julia as she shot an episode of Britain’s Favourite Walks.

They walked together to the Brontë Waterfall, near Stanbury, for a picnic lunch before continuing on to Top Withens with Ben Myers, the author of Heathcliff Adrift.

Rebecca Yorke, head of communications at the museum in Haworth, said: “The walk to Top Withens from Haworth is a very popular route with our visitors and we are delighted that it has made it into Britain’s Favourite Walks.

“The programme will be aired in the spring and will be a great addition to our celebrations for Emily’s bicentenary next year.”

The programme celebrates the UK’s most-loved walking routes.

In 2018 Emily Brontë will become the third Brontë sibling to be the subject of 200th birthday celebrations, following Charlotte and Branwell’s bicentennials in 2016 and 2017.