DANCE and drama helped to celebrate work being done to improve Huddersfield.
Regeneration company Huddersfield Pride brought an audience of interested groups up to date at its annual meeting in the Hudawi Cultural Centre.
The free event included performances by Full Body and the Voice, a theatre company for adults with learning difficulties, and urban street dance company Suga Brown.
There was also an exhibition featuring business people backed by Huddersfield Pride initiatives.
They included Henry Morris, of felt products firm Fuzzy Felters, and Rebecca Thomas, of Sheriff Millinery.
The event also featured information from the Huddersfield Healthy Living team and music demonstrations from Beaumont Street Studios.
Tess Butler, director of Huddersfield Pride, introduced the event, which also included a prize draw for a DVD player.
Others taking part included Huddersfield Pride chairman Clr John Smithson, vice-chairman Christopher Dicks, Kevin Nurse, director of youth training group Connected 2 Ltd, and regeneration programme manager Andy Greenough.
Huddersfield Pride, based at Standard House, Half Moon Street, was formed in 1995 to co-ordinate regeneration programmes in the town using funds from the Government and the European Union.