MINI-SKIRTED Mini-lovers crammed into two of the fun-sized cars for charity yesterday.
Girls at Greenhead College in Huddersfield rekindled the spirit of the Sixties by donning nearly-there outfits and seeing how many of them could squeeze into the old and new-style models.
All the cash raised from the charity day will go to the Laura Crane Trust charity.
At the final count, 14 leggy students packed into an old-style vehicle while 13 fitted into the re-modelled version.
Laura attended the college for 10 weeks in 1995 before falling ill with cancer at the age of 17.
Laura's mother, Jacquie Roeder, was there to see the mini-adventure for herself. The charity backs research into cancer affecting people aged between 15 and 25.
Other students turned up in fancy dress for the annual fundraiser.
Spotted wandering round the grounds were penguins, Army officers, beefeaters, Mickey Mouse, Batman and Robin and Santa.
They took part in more money- making events, including skateboard jousting, leg waxing, karaoke and a Blind Date competition.
They hope to beat last year's total of £1,500.
The old-style Mini belongs to student William Charlton while the latest model was given for the day by Almondbury BMW garage.
Watching the girls filing into the little cars, Mrs Roeder commented: "It makes me think of Laura. She did anything for a laugh. This is putting fun into fundraising."
She added that Laura loved having fun.
"I felt a bit choked at first when I got here. I couldn't help thinking she'd have been in there. She was so full of life."