A mum and daughter duo are pounding the park to raise funds for a new school climbing frame.

The frame at Berry Brow Infant and Nursery School has been out of use for four months with the council saying it is beyond repair.

So when pupil Summer Stephenson, five, was told she would have nowhere to play anymore she asked mum Alison, 31, for help.

The family, from Berry Brow, are now planning a sponsored 5k run together around Greenhead Park.

Alison and Summer Stephenson planning sponsored run to raise funds for new playground equipment at Berry Brow School.

While Alison often takes part in the Huddersfield Saturday Parkrun, Summer has recently begun running the Junior 2k on Sundays.

But the youngster is to set herself a bold target as she attempts the big 5k with Mum on June 11.

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The Berry Brow school needs £15,000 to build a new climbing frame for the children, who have been left devastated after their old one became too old and unsafe to play on.

Summer’s dad Chris, 34, has been helping the pair to raise cash by setting up a JustGiving page with the aim of raising £250 to go towards the costs.

Meanwhile the school are hosting a family barbeque, with one parent even volunteering to do a headshave to raise donations.

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Alison said: “The climbing frame has been condemned, it’s too unsafe.

“The children have been really upset so we’re raising this money to do our bit to help.

“The full £15,000 is a lot of money but every little helps. We’re hoping to raise as much as possible.”

To donate visit: crowdfunding.justgiving.com/chris-stephenson.