If you fancy a proper Yorkshire day out, look no further than the 2016 Harden Moss Sheepdog Trials in Holmfirth.

Determined dogs will be put through their paces at this year's trials, held from June 17-19.

Sheep shearing, a vintage tractor run and music from Skelmanthorpe Brass Band are also on the bill.

Here's everything you need to know:

Harden Moss sheepdog trials 2015
Harden Moss sheepdog trials 2015

When are the Harden Moss Sheepdog Trials?

The trials are taking place Friday June 17 - Sunday June 19. Gates open at 9am each day and close at around 6pm.

Where are the trials held?

The event takes place on land off Greenfield Road, in Holmfirth. The postcode for your satnav is HD9 3XF.

The Harden Moss site is around a 20 minute drive from Huddersfield town centre.

Take a look at last year's trials in our video

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What's on over the weekend?

On Friday, there will be dog heats throughout the day with sheepdogs moving sheep around the field, fences and enclosures, directed by their handlers.

On Saturday, the dog heats will continue and there will also be a sheep shearing demonstration and fell race. The Mayor of Kirklees, Denby Dale councillor Jim Dodds, will be in attendance to judge the best looking dog award and present the trophy to the fell race winner at around 4pm. There will also be a plaque unveiled in memory of Carl Woodhead, a lifelong member of the Harden Moss trials. In addition to the planned entertainment and trials, there will be stalls, a tombola and refreshments will be available.

On Sunday, the dog heats will conclude, and there will be a shearing competition and a sheep show. There will also be a vintage tractor display, and a tractor run set off from the site at around noon. On Sunday afternoon, the Skelmanthorpe Brass Band will be on hand to entertain spectators. Refreshments will be available.

Harden Moss Sheepdog trials. Judge Tom Lawrenson takes his position in the new judges shed.

Will a sheepdog trials winner be crowned?

Yes! At the end of the sheepdog trial heats, the title of Supreme Champion is awarded to one handler and their dog — last year the honour went to Skipton shepherd Ross Watson with his dog Nidderdale Nidd. The fell run winner and sheep shearing competition winner will also be crowned.