Stuck for something to do with the kids this Sunday?

There's plenty going on around Huddersfield, from a popular duck race to a nostalgic wartime weekend of fun.

Here's our handy guide for those who fancy a day out on Sunday, July 3.

Holmfirth Duckfest

Holmfirth Pendragons duck race.

The duck race starts from the bridge in Holmfirth at around 2pm and admission is free. Ducks are available to sponsor for £2 and tickets will be available on the day. Prize for the first duck is £1,500. Local charities will benefit. Location: The Sands recreation ground, Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, HD9 3JL.

Meltham Wartime Weekend

Meltham Memories wartime weekend revellers. From left to right: Rebecca Haigh, Meltham; Max Knights, Linthwaite; Margaret Hay, Linthwaite; Martin Haigh, Meltham

Takes place in Meltham on Saturday and Sunday, July 2 and 3. The grand military parade is on the Saturday. Events on the Sunday include Living History with Cockleshell Heroes and a German Field Police Display, stalls, an American diner, vintage teas and cakes and dance instruction with the Backstep Boogie Club. Watch out for the Spitfire flypast.

Holmfirth Art Week

Homfirth Art week exhibition opens at Holmfirth civic hall. Visitors to the exhibition view some of the works on sale at the annual event.

This year is the 50th anniversary of this major arts event. An art exhibition is taking place in the Civic Hall from Sunday, July 3, to Saturday, July 9. Opening times on Saturday and Sunday are 10am to 5pm. Admission to the exhibition is £2. There are 27 fringe venues around the Valley. Info:

Le Cote-de-Holme Moss Sportive Weekend

Danny Stocchero (left) and Rob Lucas cycle Tour de France route from Hebden Bridge to Holme Moss - Climbing to Holme Moss.

Sunday will see young riders enjoying Go Ride Races. There will be the opportunity to join members of Holmfirth Cycling Club on escorted rides around the area. (Saurday, July 2, is the main event day, with camping, a 140km or 84km cycle ride, a beer festival and live bands)

Yorkshire Porsche Festival

porsche 911 turbo

Over 300 models of Porsches will gather at Lotherton Hall, Abeford, near Leeds, to help raise money for the children's cancer charity Candlelighters. There will be live music, a hog roast and trade stands. From 10:30am to 4pm.