MILKMEN and women from a Wirral dairy brought some festive cheer to children at Claire House Children's Hospice and their families with a very special delivery.
The gifts of new toys for girls and boys of all ages were donated by customers and staff from Morton's Dairies.
In an annual tradition, milkmen collect toys from kind-hearted customers and drop them off from a special Christmas milk float at local charities in the run up to the big day.
Beth Pochin, corporate fundraiser at Claire House, said: "We're grateful to the staff at customers at Morton's Dairies who have turned this event into an annual tradition here at Claire House.
"The gifts will bring a smile to the faces of children and their families who face the prospect of needing medical care and support over the Christmas period."
Julian Harrison, managing director of Morton's Dairies, said: "This is the biggest and best present drop we’ve had so far in the three years we've been running this.
"We've had an amazing response this year and we’re delighted to share our haul with Claire House."