WORKERS at a Keighley social housing group showed support for International Women's Day by making their own equality pledges.

The Incommunities employees displayed their messages on special 'pledge walls' at four of the company's sites.

The initiative was organised by Incommunities' equality steering group.

Staff from partner organisation, Sadeh Lok, staged a similar venture at its Huddersfield base.

Geraldine Howley, Incommunities' group chief executive, said: "We were proud to again be active partners in International Women’s Day.

"As an inclusive employer, we are committed to promoting equality and diversity and helping both female and male staff achieve their work goals.

"This year we were proud to join a host of events across Bradford district over several days celebrating the contribution of women from all walks of life."