A WIDE range of music features at three events coming up next month in Haworth.

"Pianist extraordinaire" Stuart Langhorne from Silsden, will perform at the village's Hall Green Baptist Church on Saturday, November 9 at 7pm.

Proceeds go to Age UK, Bradford District, and tickets cost £5 from the Age UK shop in Keighley or by calling 07391 402417.

Two events have been organised to raise money for Christmas events in Haworth, the first a November 8 concert by Halifax-based funk, soul and disco band The Funkside.

They will perform upbeat party classics at the Old School Rooms on Church Street after 7pm. Tickets cost £12 adults, £6 for children, from Hawksbys or Weavers Guesthouse in Haworth, or by visiting funksidehaworth.eventbrite.co.uk.

There will be an open deck night on November 9 in the Old School Rooms. Admission is free, and proceeds from the bar will go towards Christmas events.

Events begin on November 30 when the Christmas tree at the bottom of Main Street will have its lights turned on by Look North presenter Harry Gration, followed by a weekend of entertainment on the street.

Haworth's torchlight parade will be on December 7 and 8, and there will be brass bands on December 14 and 15. The following weekend will see the Nativity with real donkeys, followed by carols in the church.

Visit facebook.com/christmasinhaworth for further information.

Georgia Price, from Weavers, said the Christmas in Haworth committee worked throughout the year to raise funds and organise events to attract visitors to Haworth across December.

She added: "Money raised is used to pay for everything from street entertainers, singers, dancers and brass bands to road closures, lights and advertising.

"Every year at Christmas time, Haworth is lit by twinkling fairy lights and pretty shop windows. The cobbled street is home to wonderful independent gift shops, restaurants, cafes and public houses.

"Street entertainers, carol singers, brass bands and dancers make for a magical atmosphere; completely unique to the village."