Hundreds of people did their bit for charity when they flocked to a family fun day.
The local support group of the Sands stillbirth and neonatal death charity, based at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in Lindley, staged the event at the Black Horse Pub in Dalton.
The event raised £3,000 for the charity.
Around 500 people attended over the course of the day. Activities included a bouncy castle and fun run, stalls, games, competitions, raffle, tombola, face painting, balloon modelling and loom band making.
Many local businesses showed their support by donating prizes.
All of the stalls and activities were run by the Sands team. Their family and friends also volunteered their time to help on the day.
The Lindley branch of the charity was started by Gareth and Rachael Brann.
The couple wanted to set up a local support group after losing their son Mason at 22 weeks.