A NATIONAL organisation which promotes peace between different cultures presented awards to Huddersfield people.
Eight people received Ambassador for Peace awards from the Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace at Huddersfield Town Hall.
All have done work within the community to bring people of different cultures and religions together.
The awards were presented by Timothy Read, the peace federation's national director.
One of the award recipients, Muhammad Iqbal, also gave a speech about his work as chairman of the National Muslim Council.
Another award recipient, Lisa Taylor, from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Huddersfield, spoke about the importance of family values in society.
Other award winners were Brian McCarthy and Theresa Quarmby, who both work for The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children; Mary Augustine, who works for neighbourhood groups in Huddersfield; former Huddersfield man Franklin Fortune, who is now working for the federation in south London; Ann Ho, who acts as a voluntary translator for Huddersfield's Chinese community and Mulotwa Ngama, who works with refugees in Bolton.