A fundraising team of babies who attend a sensory class in St Neots summoned their super human powers to raise money for charity on Tuesday.

The hour-long classes at Loves Farm House are run by Bedfordshire Baby Sensory, and the tots, aged from 0-13 months, took part in a sensathon to raise money for the Tommy’s charity, which funds research into stillbirth, premature birth and miscarriage.

Sarah Knights, franchisee of Bedfordshire Baby Sensory, said: “This superhero sensathon is an enormously fun event that encourages parents and pre-schoolers to tap into their inner Batman and raise funds for the research work Tommy’s pioneers.

Jane Brewin, chief executive of Tommy’s, added: “Sensathon is a great way for mums and dads to involve their little ones in a good cause. Tommy’s relies on the generosity and hard work of its supporters like Baby Sensory to continue its pioneering research.”