Young people in East Ardsley have shown their generosity by raising money in memory of a local boy who died earlier this month.
Around 13 youngsters decided to do something to thank Yorkshire Air Ambulance, which rushed to the aid of 11-year-old Harry Whitlam on August 10.
Hundreds turned up to the free Mini-Breeze event, which offered activities for under 19s during the school holidays.
It was organised largely by 16 and 17 year-olds involved with the National Citizen Service (NCS) at East Ardsley Recreation Ground.
Harry was involved in an collision with a tractor at Swithens Farm, Rothwell. He died at Leeds General Infirmary following surgery to treat his injuries.
Caleb Ramsden, 16, from Tingley, was one of the young people who helped to organise the event.
“We were going to do it for Martin House, but after Harry passed away we decided to change it,” he said.
“Yorkshire Air Ambulance did all they could for him. He was a good kid.
“It’s been a shock really. He was only 11 years old and he wasn’t even doing anything wrong – he was just helping out on the farm.”
It is thought that around £2,000 was raised on the day.
The event was packed with people enjoying the bouncy castles, face painting and music.
Coun Lisa Mulherin, who donated £300 towards the event along with Karen Renshaw, said: “Young people often get bad press. It is great to see them organising activities in their community and raising funds for such a good cause in memory of Harry Whitlam.
“Leeds Breeze does excellent work throughout the holidays to ensure as many young people as possible can take part in a wide variety of activities.
“We are delighted to have been able to donate money towards the fun-packed afternoon.”