A fish and chip shop in North Yorkshire has been crowned the UK's top chippy.
Quayside in Whitby, run by the Fusco family, scooped first place at the National Fish and Chip Awards in London.
Adrian Fusco put their success down to the quality of their ingredients.
"We were commended for our sustainable fish," he explained. "We want to feel confident that as a family our next generation will be able to sell the same great quality fish and chips. We're here for the long term."
The Fusco family have been in the fish and chip business for 50 years, with Adrian and his brother Stuart the third generation to work in the trade.
Adrian Fusco, 36, added: "It's fantastic to get this accolade and bring it back to Whitby."
Two local fish and chip shops are celebrating after being voted as making some of the best chips in the country. Burton Road Chippy in Lincoln and Towngate Fisheries in Bradford have wrapped up prestigious Choice Chip Awards in a competition held by the Potato Council to mark Chip Week 2013.
Over 500 shops competed for ten regional titles, which were voted for by the great British public. Loyal chip fans nominated their favourite chippy in their thousands.
A chippy in Lincolnshire is in the running to become the best fish and chip shop in the country.
It's through to the finals of the National Fish and Chip Awards 2013, after being voted best in the region. Sally Simpson went along to sample the fare.
Scawsby Fisheries in Doncaster is attempting to break a world record for frying the biggest fish and chips. They are hoping to raise money for Ben Parkinson's charity.
Ben Parkinson will be at Scawsby Fisheries in Doncaster today as they raise money for his charity. They're trying to fry the world's biggest ever fish and chips. The finished dish will weigh in at a whopping 90lbs!
The iconic site of the first Harry Ramsden's restaurant is re-opening tomorrow, but Calendar is going behind the scenes today.
It closed earlier this year, but the Wetherby Whaler group has since taken it over. A full refurbishment costing £500,000 has been carried out and the new fish and chip restaurant will still have a lot of the original features.