Shoppers experienced a touch of class on Sunday when Huddersfield Market went upmarket.
Exotic fruits, fancy cheeses and posh preserves were on sale at the first Upmarket Sunday of the year.
The regular market, organised by Kirklees Council, aims to encourage traders of finer and more unusual goods to sell at market on Brook Street.
Market regulars Oliver’s Fruit and Veg sold papayas, sharon fruits and Chinese chestnuts alongside the usual apples and potatoes while Ribbon Tree Bakery offered fancy cakes.
There was also West Yorkshire honey, small batch cider, quail eggs and Malaysian curries to buy.
In the non-edibles section stalls sold new and vintage crafts, silverware, old toys and antiques as well as ethnic clothes and pagan accessories.
Sunday’s market was somewhat quieter than the previous two which took place before Christmas – but traders still enjoyed some business.
Selling handmade framed art and carvings was Bings Buys, of Brighouse.
Claire Bingham, of Bings Buys, said: “The Upmarket Sunday is a good idea. It’s the third time we’ve done it.
“The last two times in the build up to Christmas it was really busy.
“It’s a bit quiet today but it’s good to have more variety.”
Among the traders was Chris Holmes, whose Flockton-based business Stickey’s sells honey collected from hives within a 20-mile radius of Huddersfield.
Mr Holmes said: “Local honeys sell really well. People like to chose honeys that are made close to their homes.
“I have regular customers who will come and by the same jars each time.
“Kirklees Council is doing lots of promotion and publicity for Upmarket Sunday. They’ve done their best and that’s why we’ve supported them.”
Linda Fearnley, of Ribbon Tree Bakery and Cafe, Cleckheaton, added: “It’s fairly quiet today but it’s normally reasonable.
“It offers both traders and customers a chance to sell and buy things with more quality.”
Buying fruit and vegetables from Oliver’s was Daryl Williams, on Linthwaite, with his children Thea, four, and Charlie, six.
Mr Williams, 48, said: “It’s a good idea but I think it should be bigger.
“This fruit stall is always bang on.”
Charlie said: “It’s really good. I like the strawberries and the cherries.”