WELSH speakers will receive a warm welcome in Elland next Saturday.
The Yorkshire and North East Cymanfa Ganu, a Welsh hymn- singing festival, will be held at Blackley Baptist Church.
The event attracts Welsh singers from across the North and is held at different places every year.
Many Welsh people moved to the North of England during the last century to find work.
The event's treasurer, Eileen Walker said: "Most of the people who attend sing in Welsh.
"The Blackley church is a very suitable venue as it has a good gallery. It makes a big difference to singing when people are in the gallery."
The festival has been run since 1903.
Regular singers will join four-part harmony in the gallery and other singers will form the congregation.
About 120 people are expected to take part.
The festival will run from 2pm to 3.30pm and 4.45pm to 6.45pm.