POPULAR Keighley punk covers band The Glory Holes is making its third appearance at Haworth's Groovy Happening.

The outfit – which plays punk hits from the 1970s through to the present day, plus pop classics with a twist – will headline at the 133rd Groovy, upstairs at the Parkside Social Club on Saturday, October 7.

Admission to the 7.30pm event is £5, cash payments only, with all proceeds going to the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands.

Since Groovy Happening was launched, £48,350 has been raised.

First up at the latest event will be Groovy regular Nay Harrison, a percussive singer-songwriter. His debut EP, The Things That Divide Us, is out now and a full album will be released next year.

And he will be followed on stage by five-strong funk rock band Weatherhead, which was formed in around 1990. Members then took an extended break from one another before reforming.