A Beatles-themed charity afternoon will be held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of band’s 1964 tour.
The event, organised by the Charity Dreamgirls, will include a Beatles-themed afternoon tea in the atmospheric surroundings of Holdsworth House.
The band stayed at the hotel during their 1964 tour.
TV star Carol Smillie will host the afternoon and other top-secret celebrity guests are still to be confirmed.
The Beatles Revolution tribute band will appear on the day and there will also be a chance to win some top prizes in an auction, including a signed copy of Kay Mellor’s latest script, a selection of folk singer and songwriter Kate Rusby’s new releases, as well as a range of prizes from the cast of the ‘Let it Be’ musical.
The afternoon will raise money for the homeless charity ‘Simon on the Streets’ - a charity offering emotional and practical support for homeless people across West Yorkshire.
The event will be held on October 21 from 2pm to 6pm, and will give die hard fans a chance to visit the rooms where the band stayed and even take a selfie on the bed that Paul McCartney stayed in.
Tickets are available at www.eventbrite.co.uk. Admission is £25 and includes a luxurious Loreal goody bag.
Watch the video to see Kate Hardcastle, one of the organisers of the event, talk about the fundraising afternoon.