In memory of a baby who died less than four weeks after he was born, his family has raised cash for charity.
Clare Frear’s son Jayden was the tragic loss, and she is now determined to raise cash for charity and other families in his honour.
Four family members took part in the fund-raiser by having their heads shaved. They were Clare’s dad Peter, her brother Ashley and brother-in-laws Gareth Fisk and Daniel Hawke.
All four met up outside Clare’s home in Hendon Road, Nelson, to have their hair cropped by hairdresser Angela Alderman.
As a result, they have raised more than £250 for charity.
Jayden was born in September but sadly had a birth disorder.
After that, Clare and her family wanted to establish a campaign to sponsor a graveyard headstone for Jayden and also provide funding to help families of other children who suffer from illness.
Clare and her family and friends had taken part in pubcrawl through Colne to raise money for charity.
And since then, her family had their hair removed in memory of Jayden.
Clare said: “I would like to thank them all for taking part and honouring Jayden.”
Jayden has been buried at Nelson Cemetery in Walton Lane and will have a headstone in his memory thanks to support from family and friends.