GLAZIER Steve Bottomley has had his bachelor days shattered.
But his days of freedom ended in spectacular style - with this banner.
Girlfriend Lisa Brook, 28, proposed on Valentine's Day after treating Steve to a great day.
She paid for Steve to attend an off-road driving day with Holme Valley 4X4.
And she popped the question in novel fashion, by hanging the banner over a wall in a Meltham field. Unsuspecting Steve, 32, drove into the field - and saw Lisa's banner asking for his hand in marriage.
"I did not clock it at first," he said. "I was going to drive straight through the field, until the instructor told me to slow down.
"I turned to my left and saw a white thing. I got closer and read what it said.
"Then I just stopped the car, turned round to Lisa and said: `Yes, of course I will'. Then I got out and gave her a kiss."
Lisa, who made the banner with a friend, said: "We had talked about getting married for a while. Then I just thought `Right' and did it."
Sally Barber, training manager at Holme Valley 4X4, was in on the plot and helped Lisa to put the banner up.
Steve and Lisa have been together for five-and-a-half years and live in Almondbury. Lisa is a full-time mother to Thomas, 10, Katie, eight, and Morgan, four.
The couple plan to marry next year.