Kind-hearted members of a Birstall pub have helped raise more than £50,000 for good causes over the past decade.
The group from Birstall’s Irish Democratic League Club (Nash) have taken part in several charity challenges to raise the funds.
Charities helping children, terminally ill patients and people affected by cancer have all received donations thanks to the generous members.
The group most recently put their strengh and stamina to the test walking 25 miles of the Cleveland Way for Help the Heroes.
Member Terry Nunns said: “We have done variety of challenges over the last 10 years.
“Years ago, we had always raised money for St Gemma’s Hospice, followed by a fund raising concert. Nine of us revived this and and over time we’ve had great support from the community who have got involved.”
The group regularly walked the Three Peaks of Yorkshire to help worthy causes.
In 2006, 12 members tackled the highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales for Macmillan Cancer Relief.
The following year they again tackled the three peaks in aid of the Wakefield Hospice. Other charities to benefit from the group’s challenges included St Martin’s Hospice and Kirkwood Hospice.
Mr Nunns said: “We are going to have a break but I suspect we will get back involved.
“It is such a good cause and I’m sure we will miss it.”