A village institute is hosting its first-ever market.

A huge range of stalls, foods and crafts will be among the attractions.

The event is at Morton Institute on Sunday, December 9, from 10am to 3pm.

Support is being provided by several businesses.

Family butcher Ian Hewitt will offer advice and a free taster barbecue and will take orders for Christmas.

Shipley Health Store will provide an array of health foods and products, including Jane Ramsden’s herbal and therapeutic remedies. And it will have freshly baked bread from its newly-opened kitchen and will sell hot soup.

Other produce available at the event will include fresh eggs, Yorkshire cheeses, organic vegetables and jams and preserves.

There will be locally-produced cards and crafts ranging from jewellery, wood-turned items and handmade Christmas decorations and bunting to fresh plants and cut flowers. And bird and hedgehog houses made by local joiner Andy Ward will be available.

Admission is free and refreshments will be on offer throughout the day.