These people have helped Elland bloom this year.
And they were all awarded prizes for their efforts as part of the town’s In Bloom competition.
The Elland and District Partnership saw the winners commended for their green-fingered work.
The newly appointed Inspector of Police for the Lower Valley, David Shaw, presented vouchers certificates and trophies to the winners.
The best poster competition depicting the In Bloom and 60th Anniversary of the Coronation went to Jacob Gannon, a pupil at Old Earth School.
The runner up was Cassidy Smith from the Greetland Academy. Both received certificates and garden centre vouchers for their schools.
The winners of the Best Garden competition was Mr Godfrey Poulter for Hammerton Close Residential Home, who won the trophy and vouchers.
The runners up in this category were the residents of Norton Close, who also received garden centre vouchers.
The next meeting of the Elland and District Partnership will be held on Tuesday, November 12 and will include the AGM.