More than 200 young Muslims came to Huddersfield today to take pledge allegiance to the UK.
The event, organsed by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, was arranged to promote moral values, education and national loyalty, as well as pledge allegiance to Islam, Great Britain and the British nation.
It featured a football tournament, volleyball, cricket, athletics events and a bouncy castle for the younger attendees.
The day, at AMYA's Huddersfield HQ in Spaines Road, Fartown, finished with a speech from AMYA UK president Mirza Waqas Ahmad.
Yorkshire regional youth leader Nadeem Ahmad said a central feature was the pledge of allegiance, which included a promise to serve and protect Great Britain.