Organisers of a children’s concert have given the go-ahead for the three little pigs to appear, after they were banned over fears they might offend Muslims.
Honley Junior School in West Yorkshire was to perform the Roald Dahl story of Little Red Riding Hood and the pigs – but was told to substitute puppies.
Now Kirklees Council has stepped in to allow the pigs a reprieve.
No complaints had been made about the pigs appearing in the Kirklees Primary Music Festival event.
The committee organising the concert decided Muslim children may not want to sing about pigs.
However, council education spokesman Jim Dodds told BBC Five Live the decision had been overturned.