THESE Huddersfield hairdressers and law firm staff did their bit for charity today.
Staff from JC and CJ Hairdressers and Eaton Smith solicitors joined thousands of people in backing Jeans for Genes Day.
Seen outside their Market Street premises are hairdressers (from left) Catherine Kilner, Stacie Crosse, Danielle Feery, Diana Jordan, Jackie Taylor and Terri Creaser.
And from the High Street law firm are (from left) Nadene Harriott, Angela Hall and Jackie Crowther.
Many other workers and students throughout Kirklees donned denim to raise cash for sick children.
Jeans for Genes Day, now in its eighth year, helps youngsters with genetic disorders.
By paying just £1, Huddersfield employees and students more used to wearing suits or uniforms have been allowed to dress in their favourite jeans.
One baby out of every 33 born in the UK is affected by a genetic disorder. The charity research effort is led by the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital in London.
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