Members of a mothers' union are looking for 'support' after setting up a bra amnesty in aid of breast cancer.
Ladies from the Hoylandswaine group launched the campaign during the Christmas period.
Once collected, unwanted, but wearable bras are whisked off to Africa, where they are in short supply, and a donation, based on the weight of the underwear, is given to charity Against Breast Cancer.
Mothers' union branch leader Margaret Robertson suggested the bra bank after spotting an advert in a magazine.
"I know a lot of people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer," she said. "We want to try and do something for cancer research rather than just the mothers' union."
Bras can be donated at Hoylandswaine Village Hall or by contacting Margaret on 764206.