MIRFIELD will receive a royal visitor on Friday.
HRH the Countess of Wessex will officially open the £1.5m Bradbury Centre at the Hollybank Trust.
The centre provides beneficial therapies to the profoundly disabled children, young people and adults the trust cares for, as well as groups from the local community.
Sophie Wessex will open the centre after having a tour of Holly Bank School.
There will be a marquee in the grounds providing guests with a champagne breakfast.
The celebrations will continue into the evening with a fireworks display and pie and pea supper at Whiteleys Garden Centre, Mirfield.
The Bradbury Centre offers a wide range of wet and dry activities, including a hydrotherapy/sensory pool, a Jacuzzi spa pool, rebound therapy, which involves the therapeutic use of trampolines to improve motor skills and postural balance.
It also offers hippotherapy - simulated horse riding - to improve balance and co-ordination.
In 2004 the trust launched its biggest fundraising effort to date to raise the £1.5m needed to build the centre.
Now, thanks to several philanthropic trusts, a range of individuals and organisations, the centre is now up and running.