A HUNDRED stalls selling a wide range of products will be at a charity fair in Huddersfield on Sunday.
The event, from 10am to 4pm, is Huddersfield Pennine Rotary Club's biggest of the year.
President Mr John Daniel said it would be the third fair they had organised.
He said: "The fair helps other groups raise money for themselves - last year £7,500 was raised.
"This year there will be stalls by everyone from junior football teams to traditional charities such as Age Concern and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
"Some will be selling bric-a-brac and have tombola stalls, others will just have information stalls."
There will also be a bouncy castle and roundabout for children and Meltham Mills Brass Band will be providing musical entertainment.
Kirklees mayor Clr Barbara Allonby will officially open the fair at 10am.