The deaths of two friends attempting to climb Mont Blanc have prompted a surge in donations for the charity for which they were fund-raising.
Neighbours Steve Barber, 47, and John Taylor, 48, were killed in an avalanche in the French Alps, alongside fellow Briton Roger Payne.
Mr Barber and Mr Taylor were attempting the climb to raise money for St Leonard's Hospice in York.
Before news of their deaths emerged, there had been about 20 donations on Mr Barber's page on the JustGiving website, totalling about £300. 149 people have now promised money, with the total now topping £2533.50.
A memorial service has been held for nine climbers, including three Britons, killed in a huge avalanche in the French Alps.
The families of three men who were killed in a major avalanche in the French Alps on Thursday have paid tribute to them.
Two survivors of the avalanche which killed nine climbers, including three Britons, describe the terrifying moment they were swept away.