A POP-UP bar and festive market is being launched in Haworth on Saturday (November 25).

Candy Cane Lane will then be open every weekend, Friday to Sunday, in the run up to Christmas.

It will be based at the former Wharenui premises, in Main Street.

Candy cane hot chocolate, gingerbread lattes and mulled wine will be served up, whilst independent retailers are showcased.

Behind the venture is Leeds-based Tailors Secret Speakeasy.

Jamila Juma-Waré, co-owner with Matt Wignall, says: "We are delighted to be launching in Haworth – for five weeks only.

"We're joining with neighbouring businesses at the bottom of Main Street to set the area alight with festive cheer!

"The pop-up will showcase a selection of independent retailers, which will be rotated each weekend."

Goods on offer will range from scented candles and handmade jewellery to bird boxes and baby clothing.

Businesses will include Drapers Luxury Spirits, Miss Hue Designs, EcoBeez, Little Seasons, Fuhara Candles, Nefertem Healing Space, The Grey Workshop and Little Dots Melting Pots.

Jamila adds: "Haworth is well known for bringing Christmas to life, with the twinkling lights and event-filled weekends."

Christmas in Haworth organisers have arranged a mixture of traditional and new attractions.

Celebrations kick off with a Light Up Haworth event on Saturday, December 2.

Christmas trees adorned with thousands of lights will be illuminated, and decorated shop windows displayed. Choirs and bands will perform in Main Street, and there'll be a Santa's grotto at Central Park.

On Sunday, December 3, Haworth & Worth Valley Rotary Club is staging its second annual Santa fun run. Starting at 11am from the top of Main Street, participants will set off along a five-kilometre course through the village and park. For more details, go to haworthrotary.co.uk/santa

The popular torchlight procession takes place on Saturday, December 9, and Sunday, December 10. It will assemble at the bottom of Main Street at 4.45pm.

A Christmas music weekend is being held on December 16 and 17. Starting at noon each day, it will include brass bands and carols.

Another popular seasonal attraction in the village, the Nativity procession, is being staged on Saturday, December 23, and Christmas Eve. It will begin from the bottom of Main Street at 1pm.

There are also weekend artisan markets and Christmas craft fairs during December, and late-night shopping on December 17 and 21.

Further information about the full festive programme can be found at christmasinhaworth.com/events-2023