Here are some ideas of things to do on Sunday - make sure you wrap up warm.

If you fancy a walk, there are a few suggestions, or you might want to get the bike out of the garage.

There's some top-class jazz on at a local pub and a junior park run which is free to enter.

Beaumont Park Bacon Butty Day

It’s one of Huddersfield’s most beautiful parks, boasting views across the valley to Castle Hill, and on Sunday Beaumont Park is inviting people to enjoy a walk during a Bacon Butty Day.

Have a bacon, sausage or egg sandwich from the visitor centre between 9am and 3.30pm. Explore, have a jog, play hide and seek with the kids.

Sunrise over Castle Hill taken from Beaumont Park

Alternative Market at New Street

Sample some street food as you browse antiques, collectibles, arts, crafts and vintage fashions and locally-produced food and drink in New Street (outside Primark) from 10am to 4pm.

The event also includes stalls run by young entrepreneurs which is billed as the Alternative Market. Runs from 10am to 4pm.

Alternative market on New Street precinct, Huddersfield. Stallholder Gabriel Midgley of Rastrick works on some of his artwork on sale from his stall.

Tolson Junior Park Run

It’s free to sign the children up for a junior park run at Ravensknowle Park on Sunday.

The Tolson Junior Park Run takes place at 9am. Please register before your first junior park run. Visit

Ravensknowle Park
Ravensknowle Park

Jazz Dawgs at The Grove

Enjoy an afternoon of jazz at The Grove pub which is hosting a performance by Adrian Ingram’s Jazz Dawgs.

Band leader Ingram is one of the most well known jazz guitarists in the country.

The Sunday session is always upbeat and fun. From 4pm to 7pm. Details at

The Grove, Springwood, Huddersfield, which has been nominated in Great British Pub Awards.
The Grove pub, Springwood,

Yetton Meander or Clayton West trek

Dig out those walking boots and join Huddersfield ramblers on one of their regular Sunday walks.

This Sunday you can join them at 10am for a Yetton Meander (a moderate 10-mile walk) or head over to Clayton West for a seven-mile ramble starting at High Hoyland Church at 10.30am.

All the details and contact numbers can be found at

Walking boots
Walking boots

Coalshed Poets at the Mining Museum

How are your performance and poetry skills?

The Coalshed Poets meet at the National Coal Mining Museum on Sunday for a poetry workshop for those who want to develop skills in performance poetry.

Go along any time between 12 and 3 to join their celebration of words. The Museum is at Caphouse Colliery, Overton, Wakefield, WF4 4RH.

Coalshed Poets at the Mining Museum

Cycle ride at Pugneys Country Park

Get the bikes out of the garage and head over to Pugneys Country Park for a three-hour peddle around the park from 10.15am.

A number of bikes are available to borrow at no charge.

Book a bike in advance by email: Pugneys is off Denby Dale Road, WF12 7EQ.