A cancer survivor and his son have helped raise more than £2,000 for charity by braving the shave and going bald.
Andy Yates, 46, of Stapenhill, wanted to mark 30 years since his cancer diagnosis with an event to help fund the research which saved his life.
He was joined by his son, Alex, 15, for a sponsored head shave at the New Inn, in Stapenhill.
Andy said: "The event went brilliantly. I'm so pleased with it all. We had a raffle on the day that raised another £220, and with other donations we are now up to more than £2,600 for Cancer Research UK.
"In the end, there were four of us that did the shave - Alex and myself, plus a friend of mine from work, Fraser Chatburn, and another mate of mine, Tony Heron. There were loads of people at the pub, and they were all cheering us on."
Andy, who grew up in Rolleston, was just a teenager when he was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of bone cancer and featured in the Burton Mail at the time, towards the end of his 16 months of chemotherapy in 1988.
He was just 16 at the time of his diagnosis and had an operation to remove the tumour and affected thigh bone in November 1987, He finished his chemotherapy in October 1988 and was officially declared cancer-free in October 1993.
Anyone wants to sponsor Andy and Alex they can visit www.justgiving.com/Andy-Yates14 . Alternatively, donate up to £10 via text by texting YQJQ71 followed by the amount to 70070.