The Women's Institute (WI) movement began at Stoney Creek, Ontario in Canada in 1897 when Adelaide Hoodless addressed a meeting for the wives of members of the Farmers' Institute.

It now connects groups of women throughout Canada, the UK South Africa and New Zealand.

The regular meetings bring together members of the local community, who socialise, learn new skills, fundraise and take part in many activities.

Here, we take a look at events that have taken place over the years at WIs in Bradford and the surrounding areas.