AN EVENING of music raised over £1,000 for charity.
The concert featured performances from the U3A choir, Huddersfield Youth Brass and Moorlands Primary School choir.
The event was held at Greenhead College earlier this month.
It raised over £1,000 for the Christian African Relief Trust.
Over £500 of this total came from the parents of children from the school.
Gordon Dawson, from the charity, said: “They should be justly proud of the singers whose patient behaviour was matched by the enthusiasm with which they entertained a large audience.
“Unlike the other performers on this occasion this choir is fairly new to the scene of concert performances.
“But on the strength of this outing, the chances are more will be heard from them in the future.”
The money raised will be used to provide mosquito nets in Malawi and Uganda.
Malaria, which is carried by mosquitoes, kills an African child every 45 seconds.