History, art and science will come together at a conference in Haworth to discuss aspects of Bronteland.

Unbounded Moor is a symposium on landscape and literature organised by Worth Valley photographer and artist Simon Warner.

The gathering on October 6 will be part of Ilkley Literature Festival, as well as being linked to the three-year Watershed Landscape project.

The project, a wide-ranging programme of activities promoting the South Pennines, has enlisted Simon as its latest artist-in-residence.

The keynote speaker at the symposium is poet Simon Armitage, whose poems were recently carved into stones at remote locations including Ilkley Moor.

Other speakers will look at humanistic geography, walking and writing, new methods of mapping wilderness and the history of settlement on Haworth Moor.

Artist Rebecca Chesney will describe her Bronte Weather Project, Hope’s Whisper, while painter and printmaker Carry Akroyd will document her work with the poetry of John Clare.

Tickets for the symposium cost £15 including lunch and admission to the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Contact jenna.holmes@bronte.org.uk or 01535 640188.