DADS are in for a treat on Father's Day on Sunday at a special 'steaming day' at Bancroft Mill, in Gillians Lane, Barnoldswick.

Two restored steam engines will be running - the 650 HP Roberts engine which originally powered the mill, and a 300HP Smith Bros & Eastwood engine, rescued 15 years ago from a mill at Bradley near Skipton.

And, whatever the weather outside it will be warm and cosy - if a bit steamy - in the two engine houses.

One lucky Dad may get the opportunity to start the Roberts engine, and visitors will also be able to see weaving demonstrations on the museum's two looms.

Free guided tours will take place at various times during the afternoon or visitors can explore on their own.The mill will be open from 11am, with the engines running at intervals from 1pm to 3.45pm, dogs are welcome, on a lead. Admission, £6 for adults; concessions £5; family ticket, £15; children under five, free.