See off the summer holidays with some family fun on Bank Holiday Monday.
There's plenty going on in Huddersfield and beyond to help you make the most of your extra day off work — from markets and crafts fairs to a vibrant West Indian carnival.
Looking for something to do on Monday?
Here are 5 things happening on Monday August 31:
Huddersfield Bank Holiday Market and Bootless Sale
Huddersfield Open Market, Brook Street, Huddersfield, 9am-3pm, Car boot stall prices £10 each
Regular Monday market plus car bootless sale on available stalls. For a car bootless stall, arrive from 7.30am.
Craft Fair at National Coal Mining Museum
Caphouse Colliery, New Road, Overton, Wakefield, 10am-4pm, free
Bank Holiday craft fair with more than 40 stalls selling gifts, homemade crafts and jewellery.
Last chance for Charity Jigsaw Festival
St Martin's Parish Church, Church Lane, Brighouse, 10am-5pm, entry £2 for adults, accompanied children free
A masterclass in puzzle-solving with 1,200 puzzles made up for display and sale. Up to 200 are on display at any one time — as one as sold another will replace it. There's also a Golden Jigsaw Competition, tombola, raffle and craft stalls, plus all day breakfasts, lunch and afternoon tea.
Beside the Seaside special at the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
Ingrow West Station, Queensbury, Bradford, 11am-6pm, Adults £4, concessions £3, children free
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway's station at Ingrow West has been transformed into the seaside, with a beach, games, seaside activities and more.
Leeds West Indian Carnival
Potternewton Park, Harehills Avenue, Leeds, parade leaves at 2pm, free
And explosion of music, colours and carnival fun! The Big Leeds Carnival Parade will leave Potternewton Park in Harehills, Leeds, before returning at around 5pm for judges. In the park there will be music and global cuisine as well as arts, crafts and a fun fair.