Eccleshill Horticultural Society marked its 100th anniversary in style on Saturday with its annual vegetable and flower show.

Held at St James' Church Hall, Bolton Road, the day also included a fun day with musical entertainment, a tombola and face painting.

Treasurer Suzanne Parish said: "It all went brilliantly. It was a really fitting way to mark the centenary and was a proper celebration.

"We had more exhibitors than we've ever had, it was a fantastic show.

"There was a huge amount of effort put in from all the allotment holders."

Councillor Abid Hussain, Lord Mayor of Bradford, was on hand to give out prizes to those who had impressed with their produce.

The allotment is based on Harrogate Road and Mrs Parish said it was a "huge achievement" that it had been going for so long.

While it was established in 1912, there was a break during the Great War, which is why the centenary is being celebrated this year.

She added: "There are not many allotments that manage to keep going so long.

"We are so proud we have made it."