It's put smiles on the faces of thousands of people - but today could be your last chance to take a wander around the French farm in St George's Square.

The agricultural event appeared on Wednesday morning after a team worked through the night to transplant a spot of rural France into the centre of Huddersfield.

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But with the Tour de France spectator hub starting tomorrow in the square, today could be the day we say adieu to our Gallic chums.

The installation is packed with all manner of things - here's the farm in numbers.

1700 lettuces

1500 sunflowers

300kg onions

300kg cabbages

55kg of peppers

40kg of tomatoes

35kg aubergines

30kg grapes

10kg asparagus

4 chickens

3 sheep

2 small pigs

1 Bridget the cow

The animals for the farm have been provided by Cannon Hall Farm while the vegetables have been grown by Kirklees Council Nursery Services with assistance from Support 2 Recovery.

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The tools are being loaned by the National Trust Marsden Moor and Hardcastle Crags Estate.

After the show, the plants will be given to local charities for sale and the vegetables will be given to a food bank.

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