REGULARS at a pub dug deep when they swapped pints for pounds in aid of a Huddersfield charity.
Drinkers at the Black Horse on Briggate, Dalton, raised more than £700 during a fun day on Bank Holiday Monday.
They gave the cash to the Forget-Me-Not Trust, which plans to build a children's hospice in Kirklees or Calderdale.
They raised the cash with a series of fun challenges, including a tug of war and a game of former TV show Mr and Mrs.
One regular, Andrea Walker, had her head shaved to help boost the total.
Landlady Barbara Shires said she was proud that the pub had raised the money.
"We have raised a really good total," she said. "We have a good set of regulars here who really dig deep for charity.
"We decided to do it for the Forget-Me-Not Trust because it's something that is local.
"It's good to help all charities, but it's extra nice to be able to do something to help people in our area."