YORKSHIRE-based Betty’s Tea Rooms which has branches in Northallerton, Harrogate, York and Ilkley has released a centenary range to mark the business’s 100th anniversary.

Also known as Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate, the family-run company founded the Betty’s brand and subsequent tea rooms in 1919.

Since opening sites across the county, Betty’s tea rooms has attracted hundreds of thousands of customers.

In 1977 Betty’s joined one of many suppliers who were asked to make a cake for the Queen’s Silver Jubilee.

The centenary ‘collection’ features limited edition centenary prints, drawn by an artist which are priced at £295.

A centenary fine china teapot is listed for almost £60 and limited edition fruit cakes are being sold for £22.

The collection has been put up for sale online.