STUDENTS from Poland have been touring the sights of Kirklees.
Thirty sixth form students from Lyceum 5 School in Huddersfield's Polish twin town Bielsko Biala arrived in Huddersfield last Wednesday.
The students are on an exchange programme organised by All Saints High School, Bradley Bar.
The Polish students are staying with Huddersfield families.
For their first day in Kirklees on Thursday they were taken by All Saints sixth formers on a scenic tour of Huddersfield, including visits to beauty spots such as Castle Hill.
They sampled the delights of English fish and chips at Compo's Cafe in Holmfirth and visited the new Tesco store and Denford Machine Tools in Brighouse.
At both firms, students observed computer systems, because part of the exchange programme's focus is on IT and design studies.
The programme was launched when All Saints students travelled to Bielsko Biala two years ago.
They have been planning to return the favour ever since and have managed it with help and money from Kirklees Council, the European Union and the Polish community in Huddersfield.
One of the main events of the visit was a reception at Huddersfield Town Hall on Friday, attended by three Yorkshire Euro-MPs.