Dozens of people attended the annual Horticultural Show in Great Harwood.
The event was held at St Wulstan’s Primary School and organised by the town’s Civic Society.
As well as the usual flower and vegetable sections, there was also floral art, baking, knitting, handicrafts, photography and painting displays on show and a children’s section.
Peter Holden, of the Civic Society, said: “Once again the Horticultural Show organised by the Great Harwood Civic Society was enjoyed by all those entering their exhibits in the wide variety of classes, the judges and the general public who came to admire the work, effort and skill of the exhibitors that was on show.
“This year the winner of the special trophy for the outstanding voluntary contribution to the life of Great Harwood went to Maureen Douglas for her tireless work at the newly refurbished Churchfield House as well as her enthusiasm to help in many other voluntary activities in the town.”
Maureen was presented with her trophy by Civic Society chair Lynn Wilson and Town Crier Rawden Kerr.
The horticultural show took place on Saturday, September 5.