Planning to watch the Huddersfield Carnival Parade on Saturday?
The parade leaves the Hudawi Cultural Centre in Great Northern Street at 1pm and winds though the town centre in a celebration of colour, music and Afro-Caribbean culture.
Click play on the map to see the route the carnival will take
This year the carnival is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
At Greenhead Park, reggae, dance and international acts will perform 12pm-8pm.
The park will also host a fun fair, youth stage, steel drumming and African drumming, stalls and more.
The carnival is organised each year by the Huddersfield African Caribbean Cultural Trust and attracts an audience of more than 30,000 people.
This weekend’s Huddersfield Carnival will be the biggest and best yet, according to the organising committee - but unless local residents and businesses pledge their support, this year’s 30th anniversary event could well be the last.
Kirklees Council is providing some support but is no longer an official partner. And, according to organisers, the council has said that all financial support will be withdrawn for 2015.
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