A FARMERS' market in Cleckheaton has been so successful that it is to continue on its current site for the rest of this year.
The market is held at St John's car park in Bradford Road on the first Saturday of each month.
It has been growing in popularity since its start in July.
The September market saw 12 stalls selling a range of fresh food, chutneys and aromatherapy oils and hand-made soaps.
The market has been organised by the Grassroots Food Network - a local organisation which promotes links between consumers and producers - with the support of Kirklees Council's markets department.
Spokeswoman Margaret Holmes said: "The experience of shopping at a farmers' market is unique.
"You can talk to the people who actually produce the food and goods, support local farmers and help to preserve our rich countryside."
In September, a Continental market joined the farmers' market.
Shoppers were treated to the sights and smells of fresh produce from both sides of the English Channel.
Ms Holmes said: "The combination of Continental traders, local produce from the farmers' market and entertainment by a Dutch barrel organ brought a fabulous atmosphere.
"The farmers' market is a welcome attraction to Cleckheaton town centre. I am delighted to see local organisations and the Chamber of Trade working with Kirklees to create such a vibrant event."
The farmers' market will be in Cleckheaton next Saturday and on Saturday, November 6, and Saturday, December 4, from 9am to 1pm.