Secure your parking for the popular Haworth 1940s Weekend event by using our Park and Ride service - for a good cause.
The Haworth 1940s weekend is a popular local tourist event, attracting many people to the village each year. This year, we at Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice are partnering with the organising committee to provide the official event Park and Ride service.
All visiting cars to the 1940s weekend will be directed away from the congested roads of Haworth Village towards our parking site on Haworth Road, Cullingworth, on fields kindly provided by our great supporters Mr and Mrs Thompson.
Vehicles will be parked in the fields and visitors bussed into the heart of Haworth Village to enjoy the sites and sounds of a bygone era.
Park for a good cause
Parking costs £10 per car and all proceeds will be split equally, after costs, between Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice and the Haworth 1940s Committee to help them cover the considerable costs of putting on this fantastic weekend.
Car parks open at 8.30am each day and the first bus leaves at 9.00am.
The last bus returns from the village pick-up point at 5.45pm and, for those who want to stay a little later into the evening and get a taxi back, the field won't be locked until 10.00pm.
Book your parking for the Haworth 1940s Weekend
Frequently asked questions about this event
Will there be disabled parking available?
Parking is being provided on fields and, due to the uneven nature of the land, more suitable disabled parking can be found in Haworth Village.
What time does the car park open and close?
Parking is available from 8.30am and the field will be closed at 10.00pm. ck up the hill to the registration area.
Will there be toilets?
Yes, temporary toilets will be on site.
What are the full terms and conditions?
- The Park & Ride is operated by Sue Ryder to raise funds for the charity’s work at Manorlands Hospice.
- By purchasing a parking ticket, you are deemed to have understood and accepted these terms and conditions.
- The Park & Ride will operate on Saturday 18th May 2019 and Sunday 19th May 2019 for the Haworth 1940s Weekend.
- Buses will depart from the Park & Ride field at approximately 10 minute intervals, with the first bus leaving at 9.00am each day. The last bus back to the field will leave Haworth at 7.45pm each day.
- Please note that your parking ticket covers you for 1 day’s parking on the specified day only. Overnight parking is strictly prohibited and all vehicles must be removed from the field by 10.00pm.
- The field is only suitable for private cars and light commercial vehicles. Any vehicles larger than this are prohibited.
- We regret that, due to the limited accessibility of the buses, this Park & Ride scheme is not suitable for wheelchair users. However, disabled parking provisions are provided by the 1940s organisers within the village of Haworth. Anyone requiring disabled parking should follow the signposts in to Haworth Village.
- You must present your parking ticket at the gate in order to be allowed to park and when boarding the bus. Sue Ryder reserves the right to refuse entry to anybody without a valid ticket.
- Tickets are non-transferable.
- Vehicle owners should comply with directions issued by marshals and must park in a safe and considerate fashion.
- All vehicles are left in the field at the owner’s risk and Sue Ryder accepts no liability for any damage, loss or theft. In the event that you are involved in any accident with another customer’s vehicle; it is your responsibility to provide them with your details.
- Sue Ryder recommends that you do not leave items on show in your vehicle whilst it is unattended and accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss, damage, or theft of any of your belongings.
- Please ensure you take all of your litter and belongings with you when leaving the field.
- Nothing in these terms or conditions shall limit or exclude Sue Ryder’s liability for any death or personal injury caused by Sue Ryder’s own negligence.
- Sue Ryder reserves the right to cancel the Park & Ride if prevented from operating it by circumstances beyond the charity’s reasonable control, such as adverse weather or if the 1940s Weekend event is cancelled for any reason. In such circumstances Sue Ryder shall issue a refund of any ticket price you have paid in advance but shall have no further liability whatsoever for any cancellation.
- Whilst travelling on the bus, passengers should conduct themselves in a safe and decorous fashion and comply with the directions of the bus driver. [Your travel on the bus is subject to the bus operator’s own conditions of carriage.]
- Sue Ryder reserves the right to eject or refuse entry to anybody who does not comply with these terms and conditions or whose conduct causes a nuisance to other customers. In such circumstances no refund will be given.