A PARK is in the pink - thanks to the Huddersfield and District Fuschia Society.
Members have planted 500 plants around the model railway station in Greenhead Park.
Society secretary Linda Hinchliffe - who is pictured at the station with other members - said the society had planned to put in a fuschia display for several years, but had to wait for the railway to be completed.
The display will be seen tomorrow and on Sunday by crowds of visitors to the Lark In The Park rock music festival and the Huddersfield Flower, Vegetable and Handicraft Show.
The show features exhibitions from many flower groups.
It also incorporates Huddersfield Allotment Gardens' Federation Show and the Fuschia Society's annual open show.
The horticultural events draw entries from around the UK.
The free Lark in the Park event will be packed with live bands from around West Yorkshire, playing ska punk, blues, jazz, soul, rock, funk and salsa.
It also includes children's activities, a giant funfair and aerial theatre.
Each day will kick off with a charity It's a Knockout event in aid of the NSPCC.
The action starts around 1pm and fireworks will end the two-day event at 9pm on Sunday.