A couple from Baildon are setting off on a 100 mile drumming marathon to raise money for a little girl with a rare degenerative condtion.
Fundraisers will plunge into shark-infested waters to raise money for the Hull branch of a children's charity.
A South Yorkshire soldier - the most seriously injured serviceman to survive the conflict in Afghanistan - has completed his Arctic trek.
Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice in Sheffield is celebrating it's fifth birthday. Fundraising began in 1998 after 11-year-old Richard Cooper died from a rare disease and longed for care outside a hospital.
A proud dad has completed a three day challenge tracing the 82 mile route of an emergency ambulance which helped save his son's life.
Little Rhys Gardener is thriving thanks to the expert care he received while being transferred between hospitals in Doncaster, Leeds and Sheffield. Matt Price reports.
An animal charity in West Yorkshire says it's facing financial ruin after the website which handled its donations was closed down without warning. The site's administrator is being investigated after it emerged there wasn't enough money to pay the charities what they were owed.
The full script for the live episode has been signed on the front cover by 22 of the stars of the hit show about village life in rural Yorkshire. It will be auctioned off in Boston.
Emmerdale actors Chris Chittell (Eric Pollard) and Lesley Dunlop (Brenda Walker) are coming to switch the lights on in the Market Place at 6.30pm on Friday, November 29.
An Emmerdale tea towel signed by the cast, last year’s Christmas in Boston poster featuring Fiona and Bhasker and this year’s featuring Chris and Lesley, each signed by both couples, will also be auctioned. Money raised will go to the Salvation Army and Boston branch of the Citizens Advice Bureau.
Following the news that three bikers allegedly hit three-year-old Olivia Pollard, who suffered serious head and eye injuries in Rotherham, a group called 'Facebook Bikers' has so far raised more than £1,000 for her family.
"The general feeling of the thousands of motorcyclists in the UK is that we do not condone the actions nor can we sit by and allow an atrocity such as this to happen without making our best efforts to offer comfort and support for the family," said David Allain, a biker.
Hundreds of pupils took to the streets of Sheffield today to form a human food chain from outside their school gates , a mile across the city, to a charity's warehouse.
All 1400 children from All Saints Roman Catholic High School linked up to pass tinned food down the line -and they were all kept in line by a mobile banana, as Martin Fisher reports.
Dozens of crews are taking to the water later in a dragon boat race at Roundhay Park. They're hoping to raise over thirty thousand pounds for Martin House Children's Hospice.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has faced questions over the rise in demand for emergency food and food banks.
The question came as part of today's Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons.
Asked whether David Cameron was concerned about the massive increase in people using foodbanks under his Government, the Prime Minister's official spokesman said:
– David Cameron
Recognising that these are tough economic times is why the Government has been taking the action it is in a number of areas to help families, including through measures around fuel duty and council tax.