HARRY Ramsden's, Avro workers and a schoolroom in the early 1900s are among the shots in a 2018 calendar showing Aireborough as it used to be.

The limited edition calendar has been produced by Aireborough Historical Society and is on sale for £5.

Its striking front cover shows Yeadon Carnival, and probably dates back to just after the First World War.

The society's archivist Carlo Harrison said: "January shows the Green in Guiseley before the Aireborough Leisure Centre was built. February is instantly recognisable to Rawdon folk as Micklefield Road. March is Back lane, Guiseley in the early 1900's.

"April is a view across Guiseley to Menston where the old hospital stood, this area of Menston is in Aireborough. May is a classroom in the Friends school at Rawdon in the early 1900's a bit before our time at school.

"June will stir the memory of many people and shows 'The Old Folks Trip' in Yeadon as it used to be in the 1960's. July is a scene from 1900 that simply hasn't changed and shows the cows ambling along the road under the watchful eye of the farmers dog at Carlton. August is a lovely photo showing easy leisure time at Yeadon tarn (Dam)

"September is the first time in our calendars that we have included Hawksworth which is a part of Aireborough. October is of course the old Rawdon cinema and November shows female service personal at the AVRO.

"December is Harry Ramsdens at Guiseley showing the crowds flocking to take advantage of the fish and chips rolled back to the prices that Harry had charged some 25 years earlier when he started the business at White cross. The queues some 4 people deep stretched all the way back to the Hare and Hounds at Menston."

To buy a calendar contact edwyharling@virginmedia.com. The calendars can also be bought from Yeadon Post Office, or Yeadon, Guiseley and Rawdon Libraries, as well as from the Archive Room at Yeadon Town Hall, every Monday from 1.30pm to 3.30pm, or Yeadon Morrisons on Saturday, November 18.