A POP-UP event is being staged at Haworth next month to showcase the work of independent creatives.

It takes place at the Old School Room – in Church Street – on Saturday and Sunday, August 7 and 8, from 10am to 4pm.

Curator Haworth Creatives says a wide range of goods will be on offer at the free-admission event.

Haworth Mirrors will be selling a variety of its items.

Photographer and videographer Christian Jaemes will present his popular Bronte Country calendars and photographs.

Caroline Draper – the Yorkshire Vintage Treasure Hunter – is bringing her collection of vintage collectible pieces to Haworth for the first time.

Bronte Bitch is presenting a new range of illustrations inspired by the Brontes. The designs, together with quotes from the sisters’ classic works, feature on tote bags and are also available on T-shirts.

And Jumble & Pearls will be selling new and pre-loved designer wear and vintage items for men, women and children.

The Old School Room, located between Haworth Parish Church and the Parsonage Museum, is synonymous with the Brontes.

Opened in 1832, it was built by Patrick Bronte and the whole family taught there.

From 1845, the building was managed by Charlotte Bronte’s husband-to-be, Arthur Bell Nicholls. It is now managed by a small charity made-up of local people.