Volunteers, who help to maintain and preserve a vital part of Burnley's history and heritage, gathered for their annual dinner.
The Friends of the Weavers' Triangle held the event at Rosehill House Hotel in Burnley.
Members,who are all volunteers, play an active role in running the visitor centre and Oak Mount Mill Engine House by providing volunteer staff, helping to raise funds and planning new exhibitions and events.
High profile visitors to the Weavers Triangle include Prince Charles, who is a staunch supporter, playwright Alan Bennett and Harry Corbett of Sooty and Sweep fame.
New members are always welcome to join the group and more volunteers are needed.
The visitor centre, which will be open from Friday, April 5th, is open Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm and admission is free.
There are numerous artefacts and memorabillia for visitors to enjoy.
Anyone who would like more information is asked to contact the Friends of the Weavers' Triangle at 85, Manchester Road, Burnley BB11 1JZ or email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01282 452403.