Holme Valley hosts students from China.
HONLEY families provided a warm and caring stay for Chinese students on their visit to England.
Fifty students took part in a visit organised by The Learning Social Enterprise Community Interest Company at the Media Centre in Northumberland Street.
Some stayed at Coddy's Farm, Holmfirth, where they enjoyed feeding lambs, walking in the valley and camping at Bradley Woods Adventure Park.
The students also visited Manchester University and saw 'The Might Waltzer' at the city's Royal Exchange before visiting Colne Valley MP Jason McCartney in Parliament.
Cummins Engineering, on St Andrew's Road, Huddersfield, ran an informative workshop on teamwork and collaboration.
The students then said a fond farewell to their English friends after a fish and chip supper and a Karaoke session in the valley.
The Chinese students then went to London for three days where they saw a full-scale performance of A Midsummer's Night Dream at the Globe Theatre.
This followed their own production of the Shakespeare play at Anne Hathaway's cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon.
They also enjoyed a trip to the British Museum, a visit to Cambridge and a shopping session on Oxford Street.