A nimble-fingered 89-year-old has knitted 160 teddies for children at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Mrs Kathleen Dyson, of Royds Avenue, Linthwaite, has been knitting the teddies since last December. "I was poorly, so knitting helped pass the time," she said.
"The nurses at the Infirmary say the children there get better quicker if they've got a teddy to cuddle because it takes their minds off being poorly," she said.
Mrs Dyson, who also knits teddies to send to children's hospitals in Bosnia, added: "The teddies are quite basic, but they do look cute. I'll carry on knitting them as long as the children need them."