Last weekend saw the Lancaster Bomber, an icon of the sky soar across Yorkshire skies to commemorate the anniversary of the Dambusters raids that occurred during the Second World War, and if you missed it don’t worry as you’ve got another opportunity this weekend.
If you’re in the West Yorkshire area and visiting Haworth for its 1940s event then you’re in look as you lucky little creatures will, not only get to enjoy a fantastic weekend but you will also get a glimpse of a Lancaster Bomber.
Haworth hosts one of the biggest and best 1940s events in the UK where the popular West Yorkshire village is transformed with decoration, stalls, dances and re-enactments along Main Street.
Yorkshire aircrews were heavily involved in the Second World War, with RAF Bawtry serving as a bomber command centre and RAF Finningley and RAF Lindholme carrying out strikes in Europe.
If you’d like to catch a glimpse of the Lancaster Bombers they will be flying on Saturday in the skies over Haworth between 12:40pm and 1:30pm and 12:10 to 1pm on Sunday.