ROTARIANS are hoping that their tenth spring fair will hit the £90,000 mark for charity.
Huddersfield Pennine Rotary’s plans are well under way for the annual charity event.
It will be held from 9.30am to 3pm at the Open Market, Brook Street, on Sunday June 19.
Almost all of the 100-and-odd stalls have already been booked by charities and local organisations.
Now the Rotarians are hoping for a good turnout from the public.
Everything from bric-a-brac, home made cakes and jams to books records, plants and numerous other bargains will be on sale.
Now in its 10th year, the Rotary Club hires the market for the event and helps with staffing.
The stalls are rented out to local charities and service providers at a nominal rate.
Organisations and charities from Alzheimer's to the YMCA take part, along with local choirs, churches, scout troops and drama groups.
Rotary’s Peter Bottomley said: “Almost all the stalls have now been taken. We are hoping that the public will turn out in numbers to support the event, which usually raises about £9,000 every year for local charities.”