HUDDERSFIELD businessmen James Sommerville and Simon Needham are helping lay on a right royal celebration.
The design company they founded, Attik, was set up in 1986 with a £1,000 grant from the Prince's Trust.
Attik, which moved to Leeds from Huddersfield last year, is now the trust's longest-lasting `start-up' out of more than 60,000 businesses funded since its launch in 1976.
The company has now been asked to help promote a three-hour extravaganza celebrating the trust's 30th anniversary.
The event will be on Saturday, May 20, at the Tower of London. It will also be screened live on ITV1.
Top acts taking part will include Brighouse band Embrace, Barry and Robin Gibb, of the Bee Gees, Annie Lennox, Pink, Sugababes, Lionel Richie and Ronan Keating.
Attik is promoting efforts to raise more cash for the trust, which helps young people get their business ideas off the ground.
A thousand pairs of tickets for the event will be available to the public via a text lottery competition.
Companies are also being urged to take up corporate hospitality packages for the 30th birthday bash.
Attik, which moved from its Fitzwilliam Street offices to The Round Foundry in Holbeck last May, has offices in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco in the US and in Sydney, Australia.
It has a turnover of about £20m year and carries out design work for customers such as Adidas, Sony, Toyota and America Online.
For details of the ticket lottery go to www.princes- trust.org.uk