Thousands of people are expected to flock to Pudsey Carnival 2017 tomorrow (Saturday, May 20).
At the heart of carnival day is the annual parade, which organisers are promising will be the biggest in terms of the number of floats, cars, bikes and walkers.
The parade will set off from Victoria Road after float judging at noon. West Leeds Dispatch is hoping to stream the parade live via our Facebook page.
The weather looks to be showery, so you may need to pack a brolly.
The theme of this year’s carnival is ‘heroes and villains’ and the carnival queen is Elouise Kite from Pudsey Waterloo School.
Special heritage tours in a classic bus will take you around the historic market town on Pudsey Carnival day.
Attractions include a parade through the town and a host of attractions in Queens Park including a dog show, entertainment, stalls and a fun fair.