Staff rounded off a money-spinning year for charity with a Christmas Jumper Day.
Silly seasonal jumpers raised a smile and £50 for Save the Children.
It brings to close a phenomenal year with some £6,000 raised for worthy causes with a concert night and quiz in Nantwich as well as dress-down Fridays, Jeans for Genes Days, Wear Yellow Days and various collections.
Managing director Phil Wood said: “Most of the fundraising has been for our local hospices but as Christmas is for children, staff were delighted to help another cause.”
Barringtons has made St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice and Douglas Macmillan Hospice in Trentham its chosen charities of 2015.
Barringtons staff gave generously to Save the Children