HUDDERSFIELD Morris dancers toured towns and villages across Kirklees to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
White Rose Morris Men, based at Marsh Liberal Club, marked their anniversary this weekend by holding a series of dances with other UK Morris dancing teams.
About 200 dancers from Wales, Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire, Suffolk, Shropshire, Rutland and Northumberland descended on Huddersfield and camped out in Bradley Woods.
On Saturday, six coaches took White Rose Morris Men and their visitors to locations all over Kirklees, where they performed their dance routines with bells, sticks and colourful costumes.
The coaches visited St George's Square in Huddersfield, Holmfirth village centre, nearby Deanhouse, Stocksmoor, Cawthorne, Burnlee and Denby Dale.
They also performed in Golcar, Slaithwaite, Saddleworth, Marsden and Halifax.
On Saturday the White Rose Morris Men celebrated their anniversary by holding a 1950s style evening at their Bradley Woods campsite.
On Sunday traditional games were held at the site.