ORNATE carvings showing some of the best of Kirklees have a new home - in France.
The 25 wood carvings have been donated to the people of Besançon, Kirklees' twin town.
They were the work of amateur woodcarvers in Huddersfield.
The panels were presented to the Mayor of Besançon as part of the 50th anniversary of twinning between the two towns.
They have been put on show in the Besançon town hall.
The woodcarvers were represented by Mike Hadfield, Dennis Farmer, Bryan Hodgson and James Wrathall at the presentation ceremony.
The Mayor of Kirklees, Clr Donald Firth, was also present.
He said: "We were delighted when the Huddersfield woodcarvers offered to produce a suitable present to mark the 50th anniversary.
"We had no idea that we had, in fact, commissioned a work of art for that is exactly what this is."
The carvings were made by students in the Adult Education classes and by students of the Huddersfield U3A.
Subjects carved included the Father Willis organ in Huddersfield Town Hall, Lockwood Viaduct, Castle Hill, the old Cloth Hall monument in Ravensknowle Park, Scammonden Dam, Marsden's Pack Horse Bridge and Tunnel End and a rugby player.