Join us at Brighouse 1940s weekend

Join us on Saturday 2 June 2018 when Brighouse goes back to the 1940's. This annual event draws thousands of visitors to Brighouse and promises to be another brilliant weekend. Take a seat in an iconic Messerschmitt, say ‘Hello’ to Churchill, learn to Lindy Hop and dance the night away to Big Band tunes.

Win a family ticket to Roktface and The Millers Bar.

Bring the kids along to our offices on King Street on Saturday 2 June to take part in our 1940's colouring competition. For more information about Brighouse 1940's weekend, visit

Download the spitfire drawing

Remember to include the following information on the reverse of your entry

  • Child's name
  • Child's age
  • Name of parent or guardian
  • Contact phone number of the parent or guardian

Competition terms and conditions

The competition deadline is 5pm on Sunday 10 June 2018. All entrants agree to have their entry displayed at our Brighouse office throughout June 2018. Entries cannot be returned to entrants after the competition deadline. Entrants must provide their name, age and a contact phone number. The winner will be contacted by 25th June 2018 and announced on our web site on 25th June 2018. The decision of the judges is final. The prize is a climbing taster session for up to 4 people at Roktface, Sugdens’ Old Flour Mill, Millroyd Street, Brighouse, HD6 1EY and a £40 meal voucher to be redeemed at The Millers Bar, 47 Briggate, Brighouse, HD6 1EB.  The taster session must be booked in advance directly with Rokt. Participants must be at least 5 years old and must be accompanied by a responsible adult. The taster session and meal voucher can be redeemed at the winners’ convenience, subject to availability. Competition entrants must be aged between 5 and 11 years old on 3 June 2018 and must have the permission of their parent or guardian.

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