FAITH groups showed that Huddersfield is a town of cultural harmony by taking part in a walk of friendship.
About 80 Buddhists, Baha'is, Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims and Sikhs took part in the event on Saturday.
The walk of friendship has been held for the past three years.
But this year, the London bombings carried out by Islamic extremists made the faith groups even more determined to show that different cultures can live together peacefully.
Dr Nasim Hasnie, chairman of the event's organising group, Huddersfield Interfaith Council, said: "After the bombings it is vital we stand united. We need to show the friendship and respect shared by the faith communities in Huddersfield.
"We must banish all prejudice and suspicion.
"We want to show the people of Huddersfield that we are all equally committed to building up a common life in the town we share."
The walkers went from the Muslim Community Centre in Clare Hill to Huddersfield Parish Church, the Hindu Temple at Zetland Street and Huddersfield Town Hall.
The walk ended with a meal at the Sikh Temple in Springwood.