A TOWN centre clock has been restored to its former glory.
And people in Heckmondwike will celebrate at a ceremony next Monday.
The clock, in Market Place, was built in 1863 to commemorate the marriage of the Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark.
It had fallen into disrepair, but has now been restored as part of the first phase of improvements aimed at regenerating the town centre.
Clr Mary Harkin, the Mayor of Kirklees, will unveil the clock and place a time capsule into the ground next to it.
Heckmondwike Grammar School Brass Band will play and there will be dance demonstrations by children.
The event is at 2.15pm and there will be no public car parking available in Market Place between 10am and 4pm on the day.
Clr Andrew Pinnock, Kirklees Council Cabinet member for development services, said: "The restoration of the Market Place clock has been long awaited and I am sure it will be very much welcomed by the residents and businesses in the town.
"It is a very important focal point and has important historical significance."