A new therapy lighting system has been donated to a hospital.
The £500 system was provided by the Brighouse and District Lions Club to the Child Development Unit (CDU) at Calderdale Royal Hospital.
The donation follows a letter from the family of two-year-old Isobelle Henbest, of Rastrick, who attends regular sessions at the unit.
The lights are the first of its kind to be installed at the unit and will be used as a part of therapy for younger patients with sensory impairments.
Isobelle’s mum, Charlotte Henbest, said: “I can’t thank the Lions enough for purchasing the equipment.
“It will have a huge benefit for Isobelle who has been cared for so brilliantly by the staff at the unit.
“I am so grateful for their tremendous work.”
Child development team co-ordinator, Linda Powell, said: “ We are very grateful.
“The lighting system will be used in our sensory room to provide therapy for our younger patients.”
Lions member, Douglas Cornell, said: “We are really pleased money raised from our boot sales and various events was able to help with such a good cause and give something back to the community”.