Shops and businesses have been recognised for their role in making Pontefract attractive by sprucing up its buildings.
They were honoured at the town’s Civic Society Design Awards at a ceremony on Thursday.
The Countess of Rosse Façade of the Year went to the Once Upon a Toy store on Gillygate, which the society’s judging panel said was “unique, quirky and creatively painted”.
Edwardian property 26 Market Place, now occupied by William H Brown picked up two prizes at the annual event - the Regeneration Award and Heritage Award - after being restored and brought back into use.
Society chairman Paul Cartwright said: “Time Architects did a great job with the 1906 former Blackburn’s furniture manufacturing shop.”
Elsewhere, the Tower Works on Southgate, now owned by Wilsons Carpets, won the Improvement Award after a full refurbishment including replacement roof, windows and doors. And Wilks Court received the Residential Award.
The Special Commendation prize went to the town’s Haribo-themed Christmas lights while NHS building Baghill House, at Walkergate won the Commercial and Civic Award for a three-storey extension.
Mr Cartwright said: “This was a sympathetic though exciting transformation, which has been completed to a high standard.”