YOUNG musicians, who have been nominated for a Queen's Award for Voluntary Service for their fundraising, are taking to the stage again next week.
Over the past six years, the Sellers International Youth Band has helped to raise £37,000 for local and national charities.
And their next fundraising event will be on Saturday when they link-up with a barber shop quartet to raise more funds.
The band - all youngsters aged nine to 18 years - will be performing at Greenhead College from 7.30pm.
Also on stage will be High Spirits - a barber shop quartet who not only sing perfectly, but provide comedy entertainment.
A band spokesman said: "The public who attend our concerts, always come back again and are amazed by the talent we have here in Huddersfield."
Since it started the band has raised money for Kirkwood Hospice, in Dalton, and Overgate Hospice, in Elland, the British Heart Foundation and the BBC Children in Need appeal.
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman has nominated the band for a Queen's Award for Voluntary Service for their tireless fundraising.
The awards will be announced in June next year.
Tickets for the evening are available at £4 each by phoning Carol or Paul on 01484 301359.