An historic sing-a-long which has endured through two world wars saw 200 people turn out to combine their voices.
Longwood Sing has taken place since 1873 and sees crowds gather at Nab End Tower above the Longwood War Memorial for a programme of songs and music.
This year’s sing was led by the Salvation Army, Golcar Band, Outlane Singers and Crow Lane Primary School and was attended by local dignitaries including Mayor of Kirklees Clr Paul Kane.
One of the organisers Charles Ross said: “Longwood Sing is a great tradition and provides a wonderful opportunity for people in the village to come out and say: ‘Hi’!
“Golcar Band started the programme, our fifth hymn is always Jerusalem and this was followed by the National Anthem.
“We may not have Huddersfield Choral Society but the Outlane Singers and Crow Lane, our nearest primary school, came along and did us proud.
“The address was given by Harry Gwinnett, the last curate of Longwood who now has his own parish in the Thornton area of Bradford where the Brontes were brought up.
“He was never invited to do the address because he was still training so it was a great opportunity for him to come back.
“Afterwards, we all went to the parish centre for tea and cake.”
The event raised funds for the Salvation Army.