More than 1,000 people flocked to one of a charity’s biggest fundraisers at the weekend.
The annual Kirkwood Hospice Christmas Fair took place on Sunday at the John Smith’s Stadium.
One of the main attractions of the day was activities inspired by the hit movie Frozen.
Youngsters dressed up as their favourite characters from the film as they enjoyed all the fun.
They also flocked to see Santa in his grotto and visitors did their Christmas shopping at the variety of stalls on offer.
Money raised will go to the Dalton-based Hospice, which cares for people across Kirklees living with life-limiting illnesses as well as offering support for their families and friends.
The hospice’s media and marketing manager Jim Coward said: “There’s a really great atmosphere and we’ve had over 1,000 people through the till.
“It’s really Christmassy and the Frozen events have been really popular with children coming dressed in their Frozen outfits.
“We’ve got the walk and lots of other events but this raises lots of money for us.”