FOUR friends put their best foot forward to raise money for charity.

Maddy Feather, Helena Roberts, Mia Jacobs and Kaye Fenton took part in a ten-mile sponsored walk from Glusburn to the Bingley Five Rise Locks.

And the girls – all year-nine students at South Craven School, Cross Hills – raised £450 for Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands. The amount is more than four times their original target.

Martyn Hill, headteacher at South Craven School, said: “We encourage all students to follow the traits courage, enquiry and growth.

“The girls have shown all three in completing their walk and they should be very proud of their achievements.”

Tribute is also paid by Manorlands community fundraiser, Liv Moffat.

She added: “We are so pleased to hear that the girls completed their ten-mile walk. We love hearing about personal challenges like this that are supporting the hospice.”

All Manorlands services are free to patients and their loved ones, but it costs £10,000 a day to keep the hospice doors open.