HUDDERSFIELD people will be questioning members of the three major political parties at an election husting.
The husting will take place at the Huddersfield Methodist Mission, at Lord Street, on Sunday , between 6.30 and 8pm.
Liberal Democrat candidate Emma Bone, Conservative candidate David Meacock and Labour candidate Barry Sheerman will all be answering questions about what their respective parties will do if they win the General Election on May 5.
The husting has been organised by Huddersfield Churches Together and Huddersfield Interfaith Council.
It is the first in a series of hustings planned for the town - though dates for future meetings have not been confirmed.
In the past, hustings have been held for Huddersfield church groups, pensioners' groups and student groups.
Methodist minister the Rev Alan Boyd said Huddersfield churches had joined together to hold election hustings for the past 30 years.
He said: "Meetings sponsored by the churches have provided opportunities for genuine political debate on neutral territory."
The Rev Catherine Ogle, vicar of Huddersfield, said: "This is a very good opportunity for people to meet the candidates from the major parties and for the candidates to meet the people that they are seeking to represent.
"Politics is about how we live together and order our common life."