It's Mother's Day on Sunday and families across Huddersfield will be spending the weekend together to celebrate the special women in their lives!
Mother's Day is the chance to spoil your mum, grandma or even great-grandma — and we've got some fun ideas for a family day out to mark the special day.
From craft afternoons to make homemade gifts to afternoon tea or a day at the farm, here's some suggestions for your weekend.
Take the kids to Kershaw's to make Mother's Day gifts
Kershaws Garden Centre in Brighouse is hosting a craft day on Saturday, just in time for Mother's Day gifts. Youngsters can treat mummy to a special gift, made with love, or make a Mother's Day card. The session costs £1 — drop in 10am-noon.
Treat Mum to Afternoon Tea and prosecco in Holmfirth
On Saturday March 5, the House of Eccentricity in Dunford Road, Holmfirth, is hosting afternoon teas with chilled prosecco, the perfect Mother's Day treat. It also has vintage clothing, preloved household good and a reading room. The afternoon tea costs £14 per person. To book, call 01484 691811.
Make a 'Mummy's Day' card at Bagshaw Museum
Bagshaw Museum are taking inspiration from their Egyptian exhibit and encouraging kids to make a themed 'Mummy's Day' card this Saturday. The craft session is free, suitable for children aged five-12 and will run noon-4pm.
Go see the animals at Stirley Community Farm
Stirley Community Farm in Bower Lane, Huddersfield, is hosting Mostly Mammals on Mother's Day — a family open day with hares, garden explorers and special pies for Mother's Day visitors, 10am-1m. The farm has welcomed Belgian Blue hares and is waiting for the arrival of new calves — pull on your wellies and explore the garden before treating mum to a delicious lunch from Pie Eck.
Claim a free glass of fizz at Oscar's Cafe and Wine Bar
Head to Oscar's in Rocher Road, Holmfirth on Sunday for a posh lunch — treat your mum to a charcuterie or cheese board and she'll receive a free glass of prosecco!
Ride the Light Railway for Mother's Day
Head to the Kirklees Light Railway on Sunday and treat mum to afternoon tea in the Buffer Stop Cafe and a ride on the train! Afternoon tea for two, served from 2.30pm, costs £15, and a ride on the train is an additional £7.50 per person.