A SEVEN-year-old Keighley girl has raised more than £400 for the NHS by selling her handmade jewellery.

Martha Robinson created pendants, necklaces and keyrings in honour of her two aunties working on the frontline at Airedale Hospital and Bradford Royal Infirmary.

Martha, who lives in Exley Head and attends St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Bingley, received a little bit of help from her mum to make the dried-flower resin jewellery.

Her dad Nick said: "Martha has now made £401 for the NHS. Her mother Louise posted images of the jewellery and keyrings on her Facebook page and the response was fantastic!

"She wanted to do something for her aunties and their colleagues. Her nannie is also a carer.

"Martha includes a 'business card’ with each gift-wrapped necklace with her email address on it."

Visit resinjewellerybymartha@outlook.com for information on how to buy the jewellery.