STAFF from Wakefield Nursing Centre chained themselves together and went on a fun-filled treasure hunt across London.
Twenty workers from the centre, in Ravenscourt Gardens, set off last Friday (16/7) for the annual Wakefield Dash in a bid to raise £2,800 for a communal greenhouse.
In fancy dress, they followed a series of clues to famous city landmarks including St Pauls Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Houses of Parliament and Roundhouse.
Training manager Paul Wilson also embraced the spirit of the day by shaving his head before setting off on the challenge.
Tania Boyle, of the centre, said: "It was a fantastic day and is a really great way for the staff and residents to bond.
"They had great fun doing it and people on the streets were really interested in what was going on and one of our teams even managed to get a free taxi ride.
"We hope to raise enough to get our greenhouse because we have a lot of wheelchair bound residents and we know that gardening can be very therapeutic for everyone."
The centre will continue their fundraising with their Summer Fete on July 31 from 2pm.