A HUDDERSFIELD pub celebrated all things Yorkshire by holding a charity fun day.
The Spinks Nest pub at Birkby held the event on Saturday to mark Yorkshire Day, which was yesterday.
Yorkshire Day was created in 1975 by the Yorkshire Ridings Society.
The date of August 1 was chosen because on that day in 1759 soldiers from Yorkshire regiments at the battle of Minden in Germany picked white roses from fields as a tribute to their fallen comrades.
To mark the day, the Spinks Nest served customers traditional treats such as Yorkshire puddings with gravy and pie and mash.
For the children, there was a bouncy castle, ball pool, sports and face painting.
Adults entertained themselves with a raffle and tombola.
All proceeds from the event will go to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary breast cancer unit.
The Yorkshire fun day was organised by Spinks Nest landlady Jill Jones, along with her employees.
One of the workers, Gillian Smith, said customers had played a large part in the success of the event.
She said: "We have had a lot of help from locals and pub regulars."