Children across Calderdale enjoyed Easter holiday festivities with a variety of fun-filled activities.
Children at Totspot Day Nursery at Dean Clough Mills, Halifax, rocked cracking Easter bonnets as they geared up for their celebrations.
The youngsters got into the Easter spirit with their handmade creations.
Chicks and lambs were the main theme for costume wearing kids at an Easter service held by Rastrick Indepedent School at St Matthew’s Church, Rastrick.
Others got into the spirit by decorating egg-stravagant eggs at an event in Clay House Park, West Vale.
Eight-year-old Hettie Devine put a smile on her egg as she enjoyed the festivities.
The Pavilion Cafe, Sowerby Bridge, put a smile on children’s faces with an Easter egg collection.
Staff put a donation box on the counter to raise money to buy the eggs for the children’s ward at Calderdale Royal Hospital.
Boss Dennis Waddington also matched what was donated and the cafe managed to raise a fantastic £360 in total. It used the money to buy Easter eggs, plus new toys for the ward.