An exhibition has launched showcasing the heritage of Watford football club.

The 'Improving Loves, Enhancing Communities for the last 25 years' is on show at the Watford Museum and features a host of memorabilia.

The exhibition, which honours work Watford FC has done in the community, has been made possible thanks to a £55,000 award from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Derek Williams, project manager, said: "Throughout this project we have received some wonderful items donated by fans which we have been able to pass on to the museum for future display; a superb hand written leather bound book capturing every Watford game from 1900 through to 1952, a 1924 fixture list card, programmes from the 1950’s and other memorabilia.

Matchday programmes, junior hornets badges, and photos from over the years are also on display.

Sarah Priestley, heritage & arts manager at Watford Borough Council added: “We look forward to welcoming people to the museum. This is a great chance to join us in celebrating the incredible work Watford FC, and Watford FC’s community sports & education trust, has done for this town and beyond.”

Hornet’s fans can check out the exhibition at Watford Museum, near Watford High Street station in Lower High Street, from now until the end of March.