A THEATRE performance, breakfast and talks in the town will aim to raise awareness about Quakers.
Hebden Bridge Quakers, who have more than 100 members, are holding a number of free events for people to find out more about them.
The week-long drive kicks off on Sunday at 1.30pm with a performance of On Human Folly, a play which went to the Edinburgh Fringe this year, at Royd Square, Bond Street, Hebden Bridge.
Guests can come for the play or earlier for a worshop from 10.30am or for a bowl of soup from 12.30pm.
Meanwhile Breakfast with Quakers will be held at Organic House, Hebden Bridge, every morning from 9am to 10.30am between Monday, October 6, and Friday, October 10. Quaker members will be available to talk and answer questions.
And on Monday, October 6, and Friday, October 10, there will also be speakers talking part in What Makes a Quaker? at Royd Square from 7.30pm. Visitors can come early for food at 6.45pm for free.
For more information call Hazel Bone on 01422 885942.