Big-hearted Derbyshire folk have come together to help victims of the devastating fire at Grenfell Tower in west London.
Hundreds of people left items at the depot of R Wilkes Transport and Storage Ltd at Holmewood Industrial Estate after the company started a collection to help those affected by the tragedy.
On Monday morning, the generous firm took the donations to a hub in the capital which will distribute them to survivors.
Richard Wilkes, owner of the business, said: "People have lost everything in this disaster - it just doesn’t bear thinking about.
"We wanted to be involved in helping the victims and we'd like to say a huge thank you to the people of Chesterfield for all their donations which include items like toiletries, clothes, food and toys - things which will make a big difference to those affected."
Meanwhile, residents in Barrow Hill have also held a collection. Nichola Matthews, who organised it, said the donations will be collected by the British Red Cross and added: "People have restored my faith in human kindness."
Chesterfield Borough Council this week assured tenants that all required fire safety measures are in place and up-to-date in its houses and flats.
The authority has confirmed that all cladding installed on council housing is safe and of a different type and construction method to that reported to have been used on Grenfell Tower.
Firefighters were called to the 24-storey residential tower in the early hours of last Wednesday. At least 79 people are feared dead.