A COMPANY manager was determined to treat four girls after they spent almost three days raising money for charity.
Sisters Michaela and Kirstin Lockwood teamed up with sisters Zoe and Tiffany Sutcliffe to set up a stall selling their toys in Cow Heys at Dalton.
They spent many hours manning the stall and collected £50 for the Laura Crane Trust, which raises money to pay for research into cancers affecting people aged 13 to 25 and to help improve the quality of their life while in hospital.
Eight-year-old Zoe and Tiffany, six, live on Cow Heys.
Nine-year-old Michaela and Kirstin, six, live in Myrtle Road, Golcar, but had been staying with their grandma, Christine Lockwood, in Cow Heys while their mum, Teresa, went to work.
Teresa, 36, is a funeral arranger at Slaithwaite Co-op Funeral Services. Keith Clegg, manager at Co-op- owned Mackness Funeral Services in Moldgreen, heard about the girls' kindness and was determined to give them a day to remember.
So he doubled the amount to £100 and gave them a lift in a limousine to the charity's headquarters in Northumberland Street, Huddersfield, to present the money.
Teresa said: "It was the girls' idea to sell their toys."
Mr Clegg said: "The girls had been so generous I was delighted to give them a journey to remember."
Lucy Keeton, of the Laura Crane Trust, said: "Apparently, the children had read one of our newsletters.
"It was wonderful of them to think of us. We are very grateful," she added.