A fundraising event has helped a charity’s mission to create a baby memorial garden.
The event took place at Natwest bank in Market Place.
The fundraiser at the Huddersfield town centre branch was held in aid of Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity.
As well as raising awareness for the charity, the day also included a raffle and tombola.
Staff boosted funds further by baking cakes and buns to sell to customers.
Their efforts helped raise £442 for the local branch of Sands.
The money will be used to help the charity’s plans to have a baby memorial garden at Huddersfield Crematorium.
The charity, based at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, has joined a number of other branches in creating a garden.
It aims to offer a place where parents and their families can have some peaceful time in beautiful surroundings to remember their babies.
Chair Rachael Brann, who also works at the branch, said: “It was a brilliant day, we had a raffle with some fab prizes and some of the staff baked cakes and buns.
“It was a great way to raise awareness too.”
The Lindley-based charity was started by Rachael and her husband Gareth.
The couple wanted to set up a support group after losing their son Mason at 22 weeks.