A CHARITY ball rolled in the cash to help sufferers of a genetic disorder.
Lepton woman Kelly Gilbert, 22, organised the ball, which took place at Kirkheaton Conservative Club.
Kelly, who works at Happy Days Private Nursery in Kirkheaton, wanted to raise cash for the Smith Magenis Syndrome (SMS) Foundation.
The charity offers help, support and information to people with SMS and their families. Kelly's cousin 12-year-old Cassie Arnold has SMS. SMS occurs in people who have chromosome 17 missing and can cause a wide range of mental and physical symptoms.
The condition has various degrees of severity. Some people have many symptoms, others like Cassie have very few.
Kelly said: "Cassie is fine, she is always full of beans. But because she has SMS I wanted to do something for the foundation."
The ball raised more than £700 for the charity.
* It was discovered in the 1980s by genetic counsellor Ann Smith and chromosome expert Dr Ellen Magenis.
* Physical problems can include slow development, learning disabilities, short stature, sight and hearing problems, short fingers and toes, heart defects, curved spine, unusual walking patterns and sleep problems.
* Behaviour problems include hyperactivity, tantrums, and excitability.