A CHRISTMAS auction at a Holmfirth pub has raised £2,055 for a children's hospice.
The auction was held at The Postcard at Huddersfield Road on December 5.
Donated items - including a weekend break in Scarborough - were auctioned.
The proceeds have now been given to the Martin House Children's Hospice at Boston Spa, near Wetherby.
Martin House is one of very few children's hospices in the north of England.
It offers free support, symptom control and care to children with terminal or life- limiting illnesses.
It also offers respite facilities that allow whole families to stay at the hospice.
Parents can put their children in the hands of nurses and doctors and take a break from caring duties.
The hospice - which was set up in 1987 - is run entirely on donated funds.
The Postcard's landlord and landlady, Roger and June Reaney, have been supporting Martin House for many years by holding charity events at their pub. Their grand-daughter, Harriett Lindley, nine, has attended the hospice since birth for help with disabilities.
Mr Reaney, who has run the pub for 17 years, said: "It's a marvellous place.
"We do something for them every year.
"The customers are very supportive and we are very appreciative," Mr Reaney added.