HAWORTH Ukulele Group will return to Silsden Town Hall on February 16 to perform in aid of Manorlands.

A Silsden Town Hall spokesman said: “We’re so excited to welcome them back. Last year’s event was extremely popular, they got everyone joining in and the audience had a brilliant time.

“The uplifting afternoon will be great fun for all the family. Expect familiar songs, lots of laughter and of course plenty of opportunity for audience participation!”

Visit ticketsource.co.uk/friends-of-silsden-town-hall or Twiggs Newsagents in Silsden to buy tickets, which cost £6 per adult and £3 for children aged under 14. There will be a bar.

Coming up at Silsden Town Hall will be the band Rainbreakers on February 22, bridging the gap between blues, rock and soul.

Support will come from Sleepy Jake Segrave, a folk-punk singer songwriter/street poet from Bradford who pulls no punches with his gritty lyrics. There will be a Jive Night on February 29, and a ceilidh on March 14 in aid of Manorlands.