There's plenty of places to visit for food and drink over the coming few days.

A beer festival, a winter wonderland of sausages and waffles and a showcase for local delicacies are just some of the highlights.

Here's our guide to places to visit, in and around Huddersfield, over the next week.

Huddersfield Giants Beer Festival

Rub shoulders with Giants players and head coach Rick Stone at the Huddersfield Giants Beer Festival which is supporting the town’s Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

The event takes place on Saturday December 3 at Greenhead Masonic Lodge, Greenhead Road, HD1 4EN, from 1pm.

A selection of locally-brewed ales will be available. Tickets are £6 and available from the John Smith’s Stadium ticket office.

Huddersfield Giants Beer Festival 2016

Winter Wonderland at Cathedral House

A hog roast, foot-long sausages, homemade cakes and curry are just some of the treats to be sampled at the Winter Wonderland at Cathedral House, Huddersfield.

There’s also waffles, burgers and an assortment of sweets. And a Santa's grotto. From 10-4 on Saturday at St Thomas Road, HD1 3LG.

Cathedral House on St. Thomas's Road in Huddersfield.
Cathedral House on St. Thomas's Road in Huddersfield.

Honley Christmas street market

Honley is hosting a mini food and drink festival as part of the Christmas street market on Saturday.

There will be food and drink to sample in the village scout hut HQ and Trinity Church. The popular event runs from 10-4.

Honley Christmas Market 2014. Photo by Sandie Nicholson

Made Beautifully Here, Slaithwaite

Upper Mills in Slaithwaite opens its doors to host a Made Beautifully Here event on Saturday from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

Sample local delicacies, mulled wine, locally-roasted coffee, craft beer from Empire Brewery and fresh produce from The Green Valley Grocer.

The Handmade Bakery will provide snacks and The Cure has charcuterie. Also showcasing ceramics, clothing, merino fabrics, children’s clothes and more. Upper Mills is on Canal Side, HD7 5HA.

Upper Mills, Slaithwaite.

Cleckheaton Farmers Market

The first Saturday of every month is the acclaimed Cleckheaton Farmers Market where you can pick up food and drink directly from the person who produced it.

The selection of produce includes veg, fruit, meat, eggs, bread, cakes, jams, fruit juices and dairy products. Traders include Yorkshire Crisps, Jacksons Ginger and Two Rose Brewery.

Runs from 9am to 1pm. Located in St John’s car park, next to the town hall.

The Welcome Centre food bank appeal

The Welcome Centre food bank has put together a ‘Christmas wish list’ for those who want to donate food, drink or small gifts.

The list includes gravy granules, tinned ham, mince pies, biscuits, soft drinks, custard, chocolates, Christmas treats and stock cubes.

The Centre is at 15 Lord Street, HD1 1QB. Donations/warehouse at Unit 7, Queens Mill Industrial Estate, Lockwood, HD1 3RR. Tel: 01484 515086.

Volunteers Mary Doody and Philip Mitchell getting ready for Christmas 2014 at the Welcome Centre
Volunteers Mary Doody and Philip Mitchell getting ready for Christmas 2014 at the Welcome Centre

Country Living Christmas Fair

If you fancy heading a little further afield, why not drop in on the Country Living magazine Christmas Fair which runs from Thursday, December 1 to Sunday, December 4.

Gifts, artisan food, talks and demonstrations from cookery and bakery experts. At the Harrogate International Centre, King’s Rd, Harrogate HG1 5LA. Tickets from