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Haworth Through the Lens of History
Written and Presented by Geraldine Bell
Video Production by James Hutton (34 min)
Photography has been entertaining and amusing people since its invention in the 1800's. Nowadays old photographs can serve as a window into the past. In this video we shall blend old and new photographs to help transport you back in time, exploring how the landscape and social fabric of this area has changed.
A Haworth actress is to take visitors and fellow residents on a trek into the past.You can check a trailer here.
Geraldine Robertson-Brown will speak about the village's industrial and social history during a ten-mile walk in the surrounding countryside.
People can join the walk without leaving their homes, for Geraldine's journey has been captured on video.
She is the roving presenter of a new DVD, due to be launched next Friday entitled Haworth Through The Lens Of History.
The DVD is the latest to be created by Bay Video Productions, run by Haworth man James Hutton and Robin Hood's Bay man Norman Scholes. James filmed Geraldine, who works as Geraldine Bell, as she walked the route through Stanbury, Ponden Clough, Lumb Foot, the Brontë waterfall, and the famous Brontë landmark of Top Withens.