SIX young men who tarnished Holmfirth's peaceful image must now do community work.
Earlier, their ferocious violence - caught on CCTV film - stunned a court.
And the pictures were a far cry from the meanderings of the town's TV stars in Last Of The Summer Wine.
Five of the group were filmed attacking teenager Asher Cotterill after he had armed himself with a curtain pole and hit one man with it.
Graphic video footage of the late-night violence was shown to Judge Roger Scott at Bradford Crown Court yesterday.
He said: "Holmfirth, to most people who have never been there, is associated with the language of Nora Batty, Compo, Clegg and others.
"An oasis of calm, peace and tranquility and no little humour. On this particular evening in August last year there was no humour. There was no tranquility. There was no peace about, albeit only for a few minutes.
"It's a comment on our everyday life that in somewhere like Holmfirth there is CCTV.'"
The court was told that Cotterill, 18, of Park Avenue, Barnsley, had returned to Holmfirth in a van after being injured in another disturbance.
Prosecutor David McGonigal said Cotterill hit Steven Woodcock with the pole before being chased and attacked himself by a large group of men.
Cotterill was left unconscious on the ground after being kicked and punched. He was off work for about three weeks as a result of the attack.
Cotterill pleaded guilty to affray and possessing an offensive weapon. He was sentenced to 90 hours' community service.
Woodcock, 20, of Cinderhills Road, Cinderhills, Holmfirth, pleaded guilty to violent disorder and received an identical sentence.
Adam Parnell, 18, of Cartworth Road, Holmfirth, and 18-year-old Thomas Martin, of Rectory Farm Lane, Upper Cumberworth, were sentenced to 70 and 80 hours' community service respectively after they admitted violent disorder.
Mark Green, 19, of Woodhead Road, Holmbridge, was made the subject of a 12-month community rehabilitation order and a 100-hour community punishment order after he also pleaded guilty to violent disorder.
Shawn Yip, 17, of Larch Avenue, Thongsbridge, admitted the same offence and was made the subject of a 12-month supervision order.
All six defendants were ordered to pay £100 costs.
Passing sentence Judge Scott said he had initially thought he would have to send all the group into custody. But after watching the video footage he had decided it would be better for them and the community to pass an alternative sentence.
He told the group they should all do the work and hope that the local people could find it in their hearts to forgive them for tarnishing the name of Holmfirth.