This year, about 50 people crossed the border into Yorkshire visiting Worth steam train at Oxenhope where tea and coffee had been arranged for us before we boarded the steam train at 11.00am taking us to Keighley.
Our coach picked everyone up and proceeded to Haworth where we spent some time looking round the museum, exploring the village and having lunch.
We re-joined the coach and made our way to Saltaire. This is a Victorian model village and is a UNESO world heritage site built by Sir Titus Salt, a leading industrialist of the Yorkshire woollen industry to provide housing and service for the workers away from the slums of Bradford.
Inside the old mill is an art gallery dedicated to David Hockney, and also includes restaurants, and shops. Sir Titus Salt also built the congregation church now known as the United Reform church.
We returned to the coach and made our way home after a very interesting day.
Thank you Joyce and Bob for organising the day out and we look forward to the next one.