HONLEY will be a hive of festive activity this weekend.
Three Christmas-themed events are to take place in the village on Saturday.
The annual Honley Christmas Tree Festival will be taking place at Holy Trinity Methodist Church at Moorbottom.
The event involves Honley businesses and organisations displaying decorated Christmas trees inside the church.
There are usually at least 20 trees on show - last year there was even a tree hung from the ceiling.
Refreshments are on offer at the event and Father Christmas will be visiting.
The event has been organised by the church for the past three years.
It was initially started to raise funds to pay for adaptations to improve disabled access to the building.
Entry to the event, which runs from 10am to 4pm, costs £1.
The second event taking place is a market on Church Street.
The event is being organised by St Mary's Church at Honley.
The first street market was held last year to replace the church's autumn fair, which had been its main fundraising event for years.
Last year, the street market raised around £3,000 for church funds.
One of the most popular attractions was a specially-brewed beer called Old Pegg - the nickname of St Mary's Church.
The bitter was brewed at The Old Mill Brewery in Snaith, East Yorkshire.
The labels - which were designed by local artist Geoff Beaumont - featured a witch.
The labels were printed by inmates at a prison near Goole, which the brewery has contacts with.
This year, members of the St Mary's congregation are being asked to design the Old Pegg bottle label.
There will be 36 stalls at the market selling cakes, sweets, chocolates, French wine, gifts, cards, crafts, fine linens, jewellery and festive decorations.
There will also be a tombola and special children's games.
A food court will be offering refreshments and there will be a five-hour programme of free musical entertainment inside St Mary's Church at Field End.
The Clifton Handbell Ringers will perform at 11am and 1.30pm, Grange Moor Brass Band will play at 11.30am and 2.15pm and then Honley Male Voice Choir will sing at 12.45pm and 3.15pm.
The final event taking place on Saturday will be a complimentary therapy festival.
This is a new event in the Honley calendar and will take place from 10am to 4.30pm in the village hall at Moorbottom.
Twenty therapists will be at the event, offering taster sessions to visitors.
Therapies on offer will include reiki, hypnotherapy, iridology and the Bowen technique.
The event has been organised on behalf of the Honley Village Trust by hypnotherapists Marcia Murray and Ann .