Preparations to light Emley Moor's mast for the Tour de France are well underway - with a test visible on Wednesday night.
Reader Emma Worsley sent us the pictures of the what is formally known as The Arqiva Tower with spotlights circling it as well as the normal red marker lights illuminated.
When it is formally illuminated as part of the grand finale of The Yorkshire Festival - Hypervelocity - on Friday and Saturday it will be the first time that the TV tower has been fully illuminated and it should be visible from miles around.
Organisers of the event are encouraging the public to get involved.
From around 9.30pm on Friday and Saturday night, everyone can get involved by tweeting #lightthemast to @kirkleesevents with their chosen colours; if their colours are chosen then they will get a tweet back telling them when to look out for their colours appearing on the skyline.
Not only will tower spotters be able to change the colour of the mast they can also change the colour of the control room and a specially installed laser, which will be beaming from the top.
The Victoria Tower at Castle Hill will also be illuminated from Wednesday to Friday.
Hypervelocity is the grand finale of the 100-Day Yorkshire Festival, and runs from Wednesday, July 2, to Sunday, July 6 and includes the French farmyard in St George's Square which you can take a video tour of below.
Check out Le Tour route though our area in pictures here
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