VOLUNTEERS at the Kirkwood Hospice shop in Huddersfield were joined by a special sporting visitor.
Manchester United and England footballer Fraizer Campbell was helping out in the shop for the afternoon.
Fraizer , 17, is a member of Manchester United's Academy and has played for England youth teams.
He grew up in Lowerhouses, but recently moved to Manchester after finishing his education at Huddersfield Grammar School.
He became involved with Kirkwood Hospice because his grandmother, Winifred Campbell, is a volunteer worker for the charity.
She said: "Manchester United make the players do charity work, which is good for them.
"Fraizer wanted to do something for charity and the best charity is one near where he was born and raised.
"He still comes home as often as he can on most weekends."
Maxine Ellis, manager of the shop on Byram Street, said: "He's from Huddersfield so he has chosen us to help and we are really pleased about that."
As well as helping in the shop, Fraizer is planning to help with future Kirkwood Hospice events.
He also donated a football signed by the Manchester United first team - featuring signatures from the likes of Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs - to be raffled off by the hospice.