An all-day punk music event will be held in aid of Batley Food Bank tomorrow.
Live music acts including Cyanide Pills, Johnny Moped, Geoffrey Oi!Cott and XSLF will play at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds.
People will be invited to make cash donations and bring items including tinned food, baby food and household goods to help the food bank.
The event on Saturday, December 17, will start at 3.30pm at the club on Queens Road, Hyde Park, Leeds. Tickets cost £13.
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People who donate to the food bank will be given badges by the band Geoffrey Oi!Cott.
Batley Food Bank, at the Town Hall Annexe on Brunswick Street, Batley, is in desperate need of toiletries, baby food, tins of fish, vegetables, UHT milk and tea.
To find out how to donate to the organisation, click here