YORKSHIRE's top banger is made in Huddersfield.
Butchers from across the county descended on Bradford for the annual Great Yorkshire Pork Pie, Sausage and Black Pudding Competition.
The champion sausage, which won the thick pork sausage class and now goes through to the national "Champion of Champions" sausage-making competition in London next spring, was made by Hinchliffe's Farm Shop, of Netherton. They also took the county title in 1999.
They were represented at this year's competition by production manager Craig Rollinson.
The champion pie was produced by Gledhill's Butchers, of Stanley, Wakefield, and the champion black pudding for the second year in succession came from Arthur Haigh Butchers, of Dalton, Thirsk.
This year's celebrity judge was the well-known TV chef and author Clarissa Dickson Wright.
She said: "This competition is brilliant. It is also very difficult to judge and really comes down to flavour at the end of the day.
"The entries were of a very high quality. I was very impressed with the sausages and Yorkshire certainly maintained its reputation for making the best pies in the country."