Dads joined their children for a day of fun at the Al-Hikmah Centre.
The Indian Muslim Welfare Society (IMWS) hosted a Unity Day on Sunday, open to all men and their children in a bid to unite the community.
Revellers enjoyed a 30 foot slide, inflatable laser quest, a bouncy castle, rodeo bull, arts and crafts and more at the centre in Track Road, Purlwell, while businesses and voluntary groups also manned stalls.
Organised by the IMWS youth sub-committee, the event could become an annual tradition.
Sub-committee chairman Yunus Patel said: “The event was wonderful, with the community coming together and showing great spirit and unity.
“The crowd spanned three generations with everyone enjoying themselves, and we hope to build on this year’s success by turning the fun day into an annual event.
“Finally, the success owed much to the tireless work of all the volunteers and they should be congratulated.”
Kirklees Council’s outreach team and Spark Skills provided some of the activities and staff for the event.
Plans are being made to hold a similar fun day for women and children.