Heath Common Fair, which is taking place in the summer for the first time in its history, opens this afternoon.
The popular free-to-enter attraction usually takes place over the Easter weekend and was planned back in March, but organisers had to cancel it for the first time since the Second World War after heavy snow fell across the region.
The event, organised by the Yorkshire office of the Showmen’s Guild will include rides, attractions and food stalls.
It will run from today (Thursday) until Sunday, from 1pm until 10pm.
For £6 worth of money-off vouchers see the current edition of the Express.