THREE charity walkers raised almost £2,000 towards building a hospice for children.
The trio - Gerry Shepherd, Allan Worsley and back-up driver Malcolm Heeley - tackled three of the Channel Islands to raise money for the West Yorkshire Forget Me Not Trust which wants to build a hospice for Kirklees and Calderdale children.
A site has been earmarked at Ainley Top.
The 70-mile trek in July took in Guernsey, Sark and Herm.
Malcolm walked around the two smaller islands and drove a hire car around Guernsey.
They collected £1,950 in sponsorship.
Their flights and accommodation were paid for by Huddersfield businessman Richard Sinclair-Stott, who used to live in Helme and now lives on Guernsey. He is still involved in Slaithwaite company RAS Publishing.
Mr Shepherd said: "I've known Richard for many years and it was very kind and generous of him to fund the trip, so everything we raised has gone to the charity."
Last year, Gerry and Allan did an 80-mile charity walk, starting at Filey and finishing at the Humber Bridge. Malcolm was again the back-up driver.
They collected £1,878 for the Forget Me Not Trust.
Malcolm, of Hall Bower, and Allan, from Salendine Nook, work at Holset Engineering on St Andrew's Road, Turnbridge.
Gerry, of Milnsbridge, retired from the firm five years ago.
They were sponsored by friends, neighbours and staff at Holset.