A HUDDERSFIELD park has received a major cash boost to make it more visitor-friendly.
The Friends of Beaumont Park have been awarded more than £48,000 in lottery cash to pay for signs, information boards and interpretation material.
The money - from the Heritage Lottery Fund - will also help pay for a part-time community worker for the next two years.
The job will involve building links with the community, raising the profile of the historic park and supporting its restoration.
Fiona Spiers, regional manager for Heritage Lottery Fund Yorkshire and the Humber, said: "We are delighted to be able to support such an exciting project in one of Huddersfield's much-loved parks.
"Communities will have the opportunity to investigate how Beaumont Park has become an important part of Huddersfield's cultural and social history.
"This project ensures generations to come will be able to access, enjoy and learn more about this very special park."
The fund was set up to enable communities to celebrate and take care of their diverse heritage.
It has supported more than 15,000 projects.