PEOPLE from across the country have once again descended on the area for the hugely popular Haworth Steampunk Weekend.

Bustles, goggles, feathers and cogs and other quirky costumes have been seen in abundance around the village as enthusiasts converged to participate in a range of activities.

Events began on Friday with a Burlesque Evening at the village hall, in Butt Lane.

Yesterday there was a music night at the same venue, and there were steampunk markets there and at the Old School Room.

The markets are also open today, and a fun dog show has been held.

Other attractions during the weekend have included owls, a flying display, a steam train ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, All Together Now community choir and Ravens Morris dancers.

Funds raised through the weekend go to the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice, Manorlands.