GREEN-fingered gardeners at Lindley are celebrating!
They have scooped almost every prize in Huddersfield's annual allotment competition.
The competition is run each year for people who have plots on allotments administered by Kirklees Culture and Leisure Services.
Plotholders at the Plover Road allotments won every individual category prize - taking first, second and third places in both the novice and open classes.
The allotment also won the best site under 26 plots category.
Only two awards were left for other sites.
Woodfield Park allotments at Lockwood won best site over 25 plots and most improved site went to the Woodhead Road allotments at Lockwood.
So what is Plover Road's secret?
Site secretary Malcolm Peaker - who won third prize in the novice class - said it was the 19 plotholders' dedication.
"We have won the best site under 25 plots for the past three years but this is the first time we have won so many categories. "
Two of the five women won plotholders prizes.
Jean Brennand, of Outlane, won first prize in the novice class.
"I used to grow veg at home but I had limited space. I passed here one day and thought it looked nice so I got on the list. My family don't like supermarket veg now!"
Rosalyn Hulme, of Lindley, won first and third prize in the open class.
She said: "I was amazed and a bit embarrassed to win. There are some good gardeners here with more experience than me."
Other winners at Plover Road were Mr P Rayner (2nd prize open class) and Mr A Willington (3rd prize, novice class).