This is the amazing moment a team set off to deliver Christmas presents to patients at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital - while pushing a bed made to look like Santa's sleigh.

Dressed up as elves and Santa, the team pushed the "sleigh" from the car park of F R Scott Ltd in Canning Street, and made their way to the children's ward on floor 13 of Hull Royal Infirmary to hand out presents before making their way to Castle Hill Hospital.

Terry Ledger, 49, was given the all-clear from throat cancer in July 2017 and had his treatment on the oncology ward at the Queen's Centre.

He wanted to give something back and put a smile on children's faces just before Christmas.

"I was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2016. It is just to give a bit back, to put smiles on kids’ faces," Mr Ledger said.

"The plan for today is to walk from here to St Stephen’s, give any child we see outside of St Stephen’s a toy, [or] selection box, from there, we are going to head to ward 13 where we have got all the presents waiting for the kids now, all boxed up ready. Adults are getting presents at ward 32 [at Castle Hill Hospital].

"We must have 300-plus presents. It’s not for us, it’s for the kids. They are in hospital over Christmas and it’s for them. If we put two smiles on faces, that is our job done."

A team set off to deliver Christmas presents to patients at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital - while pushing a bed made to look like Santa's sleigh.

Most of the men involved in the charity bed push have also stripped off and showcased their "dad bods" to raise money for cancer patients.

Mr Ledger came up with the idea after spotting a friend posing on a bed in a Santa costume.

A group of his friends, his sons and their friends bundled together to come up with an idea that would help raise money for Castle Hill Hospital's Ward 32 and Oncology ward at the Queen's Centre - and ended up with a calendar showcasing their best poses.

The group were given full reign of Southwood Garden Centre in Cottingham to shoot the calendar - which is available for £8 with all proceeds going to Castle Hill.

Terry, who tries to raise money for the hospital every Christmas, and has before raised £6,000, recently told Hull Live said: "It was my nephew's idea, I jumped on board and we got started.

"It was very good of Southwood. I went in and explained to them what was happening and said we could use it as long as we went after 5pm."

The shoot took place on Friday, December 13 and was shot by Hull photographer, and Terry's childhood friend, Jason Shipley.

Jason said: "I would just like to say it was a privilege to be asked to do this shoot for these guys - amazing, strong, individuals - who have done so much for the hospital."

See pictures from the 'dad bods' calendar

Terry added: "It was brilliant - every bit of it. It was cold but was very fun. It all came from us meeting up from an idea and everyone jumped on it and got it started and if it wasn't for them it wouldn't have happened."

Speaking ahead of the bed push, Mr Ledger said: "I'm really looking forward to it. We'll be going to hand the presents out to each of the children there and then going down Anlaby Road and to Castle Hill to the teenage cancer ward and then onto ward 32. It'll be a really good day."

For more information, or to buy a calendar, you can visit the Facebook page here.

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