DENIMS were donned across Huddersfield as part of a national fundraising effort.
Blue jeans were the order of the day as babies, toddlers, children, teachers and office workers wore denim for Jeans for Genes day.
The one-day national appeal, led by London's Great Ormond Street Hospital, aims to raise £2.7m for children with genetic disorders.
Eight charities are involved and it will fund pioneering research and provide valuable support services for children and their families.
One in every 33 babies are born with a genetic disorder or birth defect.
Children at Cornfields Day Nursery in Bridge Street, Slaithwaite, enjoyed face painting and baking buns as part of the day.
They also donned pairs of jeans along with staff and raised about £60.
At Hillside House day Nursery in Lower Common Lane, Scissett, children took part in a range of activities while wearing their jeans, and raised £60.
Staff and pupils at Cowlersley Primary School left their uniforms in the wardrobe and wore their jeans to school and raised £100 for the charity.