A community market is helping families in need buy healthy food on a budget.

Father Paul and community market manager Sue Parsons use a community pantry model to help families budget and eat healthy food at extremely reduced prices.

The latest market was set up at St Winefride's RC Church, Wibsey, on Valentine's Day.

It is aimed at families across the ward who are struggling to cope with rising costs.

Food poverty often leaves people with a worse diet and health.

It also means people have to spend a higher percentage of their income on food, with less choice from a restricted range of foods. 

The market has a strong focus on fruit and vegetables which many families cannot afford to buy.

A team of volunteers makes sure the market is stocked up and ready for those who attend.

Fresh bakery goods as well as long-life tinned and dried goods are also available.

It is being run in partnership with Bradford Council's Neighbourhood Team. 

Everyone is welcome.

Cllr Sabiya Khan, who helped out at the market with her grandson Isa Milnes, said: "I appreciate the efforts of all the volunteers who make initiatives like this possible."

The market is held every Wednesday between 9am and 11am.

Food can also be donated during the session's opening times.

The nearest bus stops are close to the church on St Paul's Avenue.