A PROPOSED heritage garden for Holmfirth will cost almost £170,000.
People behind the scheme say they have already raised more than half that amount.
The garden in Huddersfield Road will include tributes to all the main parts of the Holme Valley's history.
There will be areas devoted to farming, industry, Bamforth's postcards, the floods and, of course, Last of the Summer Wine.
A bronze statue of TV character Compo - played by the late Bill Owen - will feature. it will be similar to the clay model created by Holmfirth- based Sculpture Lounge Studios.
Greg Christofi, chairman of Holme Valley Business Association, the group responsible for the heritage garden plans, said: "We want to create something for everybody with this garden.
"It is not just about Last of the Summer Wine or any one part of our history.
"We already have much of the money. We have the money raised from the original Compo statue appeal, the Heritage Trust will give us a £60,000 match-funding grant and Yorkshire Water are giving us £3,000 for a waterfall feature.
"We plan to sell bronze plaques in the garden which people can pay to have their name carved on.
"Hopefully, we will get interest from Americans, who may want to put their children's names into the garden.
"Lots of people are helping us by giving time for free.
"This is not an ambitious scheme. It is a plan that Holmfirth deserves and one we can definitely achieve," added Mr Christofi.