CHILDREN from a Huddersfield school have starred in a conference on fire safety.
The youngsters from Lindley Junior showed delegates how community fire service works in some of the county's schools.
West Yorkshire Fire Service has a scheme in which frontline firefighters go to schools and talk to pupils about the importance of fire safety.
The two-day conference was attended by almost 80 delegates from across the country and was held at the Cedar Court Hotel, Ainley Top.
The West Yorkshire Fire Service officially incorporated community fire safety into its working practice in 1996.
It has always welcomed and helped other fire services to set up similar schemes.
Richard Hagger, head of the community fire safety team, said: "We're a very busy department and for so long have wanted to get people together so we could present the work we've been doing to benefit other fire services."
The event also focused on the community fire safety resources and partnerships that West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service has built up over the years.