HAIRDRESSERS raised cash for the survivors of the Asian tsunami.
Staff at SFU Barbers Shop, at Market Walk, Huddersfield, pictured, asked for a £3 minimum donation from everybody who had a haircut last Saturday morning to do their bit for the appeal.
They raised a grand total of £350.
Hairdresser Melissa Bowers, 23, of Dalton, said she and some of her workmates wanted to do something to help.
She said: "We were just chatting and came up with the idea to raise some money by cutting hair.
"We had a great time and raised some money that will make a difference.
"A big thank you must go to everyone who came along and had their hair cut and all the staff who took part."
CHILDREN and teachers "dressed down" for the day to raise money for the tsunami disaster appeal.
The day, at Dryclough C of E Infant School, Crosland Moor, raised cash for children's aid organisation Unicef.
The school also organised a concert for parents, with each class choosing their favourite song to sing.
Parents and friends paid an entrance fee and also bought coffee and buns.
The buns were sold to children during break time.
A wave of material was also stretched along the school corridor, with children putting coins on it.