MANORLANDS is hoping to trot to success in a charity Turkey Dash.

Sue Ryder, which operates the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice, is among eight causes nationally taking part in the fundraising initiative.

Each charity has a computer-generated turkey, 'powered' by online donations.

And they will go head to head in a race being screened during Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast on Channel 4 on December 15.

All the turkeys, including Sue Ryder's Nurse Feathers, were designed by Aardman.

Lizzie Procter, hospice director at Manorlands, urges people to give their support.

"We're really excited to be involved in Turkey Dash this Christmas," she said.

"It's a fun way to raise money for some great charities – and hopefully Nurse Feathers will come first for Sue Ryder!

"But the only way that will happen is if we get lots of support and online donations.

"One in four families are struggling without the expert support and end-of-life care a hospice can provide.

"Please support Sue Ryder and help Nurse Feathers win this race!"

People can donate online at