Banana bread and skinny tarts were on the menu as Batley residents took part in a healthy eating scheme.
The cookery initiative is designed to encourage people to eat a healthier diet and get them involved in cooking.
The 12-week programme, which began last month, sees residents receive advice from nutritionists and a chef, who performs a cooking demonstration for the group.
Organiser Meirul Din, said: “It is going really well and next week is our fifth week.
“It benefits people because it helps them deal with high blood pressure. lowers the risk of diabetes and improves their heart.
“We had people come from all over the local area, which has helped them lead a healthier lifestyle.”
The sessions are held every Monday at Batley Old People’s Centre, in Upper Commercial Street, from 10am to 12.30am.
Anyone interested can turn up on the day.