A big-hearted five-year-old gave up her long locks to help children suffering with cancer.
Evie-Mae Lalley, of Wakefield Road, Normanton, had seven inches of hair cut off so it can be donated to the Little Princess Trust.
The charity provides wigs to children who have lost their hair through cancer treatment.
Evie-Mae, a pupil at Martin Frobisher Infant School, raised £500.
Her proud mum Kim Lalley said: “It is such a lovely thing for her to do for another child.
“It was a spur of the moment thing when she was a bridesmaid at my friend’s wedding.
“The father of the bride then mentioned it in his speech and the sponsors came flooding in.”
Evie-Mae received a special achievement award at her school for fundraising.
She had her hair cut at Ooh La La Hair Designs in Altofts.