FIRE stations across West Yorkshire will be open for car washes on Saturday.
Firefighters will be washing cars to raise money for the Fire Service National Benevolent Fund.
More than 25 stations across West Yorkshire will be offering to wash cars while offering fire safety messages. They include Skelmanthorpe, Brighouse, Elland, Holmfirth, Huddersfield, Mirfield, Cleckheaton and Dewsbury.
People can expect to be asked to donate around £3 for a car wash or £5 for their van or a 4x4 vehicle.
There will also be children's yellow helmets on sale, all in aid of the charity.
The car wash is being carried out as a pilot - ahead of a national event planned for September this year.
Steve Dobson, secretary of West Yorkshire Fire And Rescue Service's Benevolent Fund, said: "We'd encourage anyone to come along and get their car washed.
"It's a minimum effort for them and they'll be raising funds for a very worthwhile charity, that we as firefighters rely on to look after us and our families if something should go wrong in the line of duty."