RESTORATION work on Marsden Moor has received a £10,000 boost.
The National Trust's spring plant fair raised £10,389 for the vital work.
The total was the biggest sum raised by volunteers nationally in the Trust's plant fair league tables.
David Finnis, the Trust's property manager at Marsden, said: "Thanks go out to all our volunteers, who work so diligently to grow, re-pot and prepare plants for sale.
"Thanks also go to the many people who gave us plants to sell. They really made a huge contribution to the success of the day," said Mr Finnis.
"Lastly, of course, we extend our thanks to the public.
"They came in huge numbers to support us and without them we could not have achieved this magnificent result.
"The funds raised will be used to continue our conservation work on the moor," added Mr Finnis.
Countrywide, the National Trust's spring plant fairs took place at 44 locations and reaped just over £40,000.
The Trust is to hold the last of its summer plant sales at the Marsden Moor Office in the Railway Goods Yard, Marsden, on Saturday, September 27, from 11am to 4pm.
Smaller sales will also be held every Sunday in August, between 10am and 4pm.