KEIGHLEY-based punk covers band The Glory Holes is headlining at the 112th Groovy Happening in Haworth.

The event takes place upstairs at the Parkside Social Club on Saturday, December 4, at 7.30pm.

Admission is £4, payable by cash only, with all proceeds going to the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands. Over the years, Groovy Happening has raised £40,000.

The Glory Holes, formed in 2012, is making its first appearance at Groovy. The band plays punk hits from the 70s to the present day and pop classics with a twist.

Opening the night will be Peter Gordois, who plays guitar and writes arrangements performed on a loop station. He also plays bass and often appears with his wife who plays saxophone, clarinet and a Roland Aerophone digital wind instrument.

Up next will be another Groovy debutant, Beep Beep Argh! – a duo comprising Phil Hobson and Johnny Lorrimer.

And it will be followed by DNA, a locally-based band which has appeared regularly at the event. It performs classic rock covers.

This month’s Groovy proceeds were boosted by Vanessa Henson, who hosted a 70s disco.