Grabbing a piece of the action

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Volunteers have assembled more than 750,000 jigsaw pieces as preparations are put in place for an annual festival.

St Martin’s Church, Brighouse, will host its third annual charity jigsaw festival over the August Bank Holiday Weekend, August 22-25.

A display of up to 200 made-up jigsaws of various makes, types and sizes will fill the body of the church. As soon as one puzzle is sold another will be put on display.

There will be puzzles for all tastes: children’s puzzles, traditional country scenes, 3D and many more.

Entry is £2, which includes a £1 discount voucher towards the purchase of a puzzle at the festival. By retaining a programme visitors can return as many times as they wish.

A selection of home-made food will be served by the ladies of the St Martin’s Hospitality Team.

The festival is open from 10am until 5pm each day, except on the Sunday when it will open at noon.