BACON butties sold at Holmfirth Farmers' Market have raised an amazing £12,000 for charity.
Over the past five years Rodney and Susan Sheard and their dedicated team have served up thousands of the breakfast sandwiches - and raised the money for Macmillan Cancer Relief.
"We have a loyal following who sniff their way over the Pennines from places like Glossop to eat the sandwiches," said Mrs Sheard.
"All our holidays are planned around the farmers' markets. We average about 120 butties each morning."
Rodney, 58, who is chief bacon cooker, Susan 57, and volunteers including Mary Mellor, Celia, Susan Wilson and Angela Wray serve brunch including the butties, tea, coffee and cakes to stallholders and shoppers during the markets' busy mornings.
Decent bacon and decent teacakes "that aren't just fresh air" are the secret of the butties' success, says Mrs Sheard.
Brown sauce or tomato ketchup are available on the unbuttered teacakes. Low-fat versions are also available.
"People are more health-conscious now and ask for bacon well done. But we cook on a hotplate, rather than in a frying pan with oil," said Mrs Sheard.
The couple, who live in Bradshaw Close, Honley, both work.
Mr Sheard is a self-employed plumber and electrician and Mrs Sheard a part-time shop assistant.
Mrs Sheard also helps Mary Mellor to run a cafe during Holmfirth Artweek in July, which raises money for Macmillan Cancer Relief.
The farmers' markets are held on the third Sunday of each month.
They run between 10am and 3.30pm in the market hall and sell organic and fresh produce, fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and game and prepared foods.
* Popular throughout UK; started in the 1990s
* Sell goods from local producers and farmers, usually within a 40-mile radius
* The Holmfirth market is held in the former Castle's car showroom in Woodhead Road
* Popular goods include meat, fruit, vegetables and preserves.