Piled high and filled to the brim. This old aircraft hanger in Silloth is currently home to ten thousand teddy bears, all ready and waiting to be sent to the Philippines.
In November last year the country was hit by a devastating typhoon. With over six thousand people dead and almost two thousand still missing, nations from around the world have been quick to respond.
Britain alone has given almost seventy five million pounds in aid but members of the Silloth-on-Solway Rotary Club decided they wanted to do something different.
What began as a small collection of toys soon turned into a countywide appeal.
It's hoped that they can find somebody to give them a container so they can pack them off in the next few weeks.
The charity knows that families need practical help, but they say the toys will add something extra for the children.
And that sentiment is one another charity agreed with.
Hugs for Noah is a charity set up for two-year-old Noah who has Spina Bifida and is paralysed from the chest down. He came to the airfield today to make his contribution to the Philippines appeal.
With backing from across the county it seems Cumbrians think even the smallest gesture of a teddy bear can make all the difference.