CHILDREN have the chance to learn about the 300 million-year history of Huddersfield landmark Castle Hill.
Kirklees Council has organised a series of free activities exploring the hill’s history, which run from July 23 to August 27.
The activities will cover how the hill has changed and include information about the people who have lived there through the ages.
The first event, Rock of Ages, will take place on July 23, the second entitled Iron Age will be on July 30, on August 6 the Medieval Fortress event will held, followed by The Victorians and Their Splendour on August 13. On August 20, the event will be The Hill in World War II and the final event, on August 27, will be Look Into The Future.
All events take place from 2pm to 4pm and are for children aged eight or over.
Places must be booked in advance, by calling 01484 223830.