SPORT was the theme when members of the West Yorkshire Federation of Townswomen's Guilds held their annual spring event in Huddersfield.
The federation's seven guilds in Huddersfield and Mirfield met at Greenhead Masonic Lodge.
The theme of the event was the Olympics and each guild created a display stand linked to a sporting event.
Lindley Tower Guild won a gold medal for its display, while Mirfield Guild took silver and the Almondbury Guild took bronze.
Special guests included Kirklees Mayor Clr Barbara Allonby, who opened the event, and speakers Claire Taylor and Jill Atkins.
Claire talked about her experiences playing for the England Ladies cricket team, while Jill spoke of her time on Britain's ladies hockey team.
Claire and Jill are pictured (left to right) with Townswomen's Guilds National Executive member Pat Deakin, West Yorkshire Federation chairwoman Marjorie Neal and West Yorkshire Federation members Margaret Watson and Dorothy Hobson.
Margaret and Dorothy made the banner in the picture, which was created to mark the change of the federation's name from South West Yorkshire to simply West Yorkshire.
The new banner will be paraded by former West Yorkshire Federation chairwoman Dorothy Hirst at the annual national meeting of UK townswomen's guild federations.
The meeting will be held in Bournemouth on June 29.
It will be a special occasion - 2004 is the 75th anniversary of the founding of townswomen's guilds in Britain.