YOU'RE never too old to rock!
Age, it seems, was no barrier to singers taking part in a talent competition at Huddersfield's Chicago Rock Café.
While TV shows may feature teenage pop princesses and gawky youths, the Chicago's Rock Idol contest attracted competitors of a more mature vintage.
And the panel of judges were so impressed with 73-year-old Terrance Heath they voted him the winner of his heat.
Winifred Broadbent, 64, was not so lucky - but still enjoyed the opportunity to stand up and sing before the audience.
Organiser Marc Dunleavy said: "The standard has been really good. We have been impressed with everybody.
"We have had no bad singers at all."
Terrance travelled from his home in Leeds to take part in the competition.
And it was worth the effort, as his Sinatra-style crooning earned him a DVD player, cinema tickets and lunch voucher.
"I have a holiday home in Stamford Bridge, near York, and this chap from Huddersfield told me about this competition and said I ought to have a go," he said.
"I started singing only a year ago and I love it.
"I have stopped smoking so I can breathe better. I have not had a cigarette since," he added.
"It's proved an incentive for me."
Winifred, of Salendine Nook, has entered piano competitions in the past and has also appeared on Michael Barrymore's My Kind of People and entered other talent shows around the region.
"If I win I win; if I don't I've had a night out," said Winifred, who works at a dental surgery in Greenhead Road.
The Chicago Rock Café is part of a chain of clubs. The national final will be held in September, featuring a £2,000 cash prize, holiday, and opportunity to cut a CD.
Dave Prowse, of Primrose Hill, won last Sunday's heat.