GOLCAR is gearing up for its first Lily Day next year with another fundraising event.
St John's Church in Golcar will be playing host to an auction this Saturday.
People will get the chance to bid to have their ironing done, have all their Christmas presents wrapped up, and even get wined and dined by the local butcher.
Elaine Lonsdale, publicity worker for Golcar Lily Day, said: "One of the most valuable things that we have is time and so people have come up with many different ways in which they can offer time to other people.
"Michael Thewlis, a local butcher, is even offering to cook a dinner party for up to 10 people, helped by a wine waiter, a waiter, and a washer up."
The Golcar Lily Day, which is to be held on May 12, is seen as a way of bringing the community closer together.
Ms Lonsdale adds: "The main purpose of the Lily Day is to restore pride in the village and promote it in the best way we can. There will be a whole host of activities around the village, from comedy events to brass bands and choirs.
"We especially want the younger members of the community involved in the events and make them proud of where they are from."
Anyone is welcome to the auction on Saturday. The event starts at St John's Church at 7.00pm.