A Morley charity shop is calling on people to help it bag up thousands of unwanted items to raise money for heart reasearch.
The British Heart Foundation is aiming to collect one million bags of unwanted goods to raise vital funds for lifesaving research into heart disease.
Throughout September the Morley shop on Queen Street is hoping to get almost 2,000 bags full of unwanted items with support from local people being vital.
All people have to do is fill at least one bag with clothes, shoes, toys, books, CDs and DVDs and drop them off at the shop.
This year you can also take on a bag-filled challenge for the Great British Bag-athon by setting a target number of bags that to raise and ask friends, family, neighbours or work collegaues to pledge bags. People can register online at bhf.org.uk/bagathon