CROSLAND Moor couple Jean and Stanley Lister enjoyed a work romance. Now, 60 years later, they are celebrating their diamond wedding.
The couple, of Cromarty Drive, are pictured now and on their wedding day.
They met while they working at Liddle and Brierly woollen manufacturers in Marsh.
Mr Lister was a loom tuner and his wife was a weaver, but it took the couple a year to realise their feelings for each other and start dating.
They were married at Kirkheaton Parish Church in 1947.
After they were married, Mrs Lister gave up work to look after their children, but Mr Lister continued to work at Marsh for another five years, than at mills in Outlane and Dalton.
After their wedding, the couple lived in Dalton before they made their home in Crosland Moor.
They have 10 children, 16 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
The couple, received a card from the Queen on their special day and celebrated with a party at Bradley Golf Course, attended by many family members and friends.
Instead of presents, the couple asked for donations to be made to Macmillan nurses as a thank you for their care and support of their son Adrian, who has cancer.