A WEST Yorkshire pub chain has revealed which charity it will be supporting this year.
Bradford-based Publico - which has several pubs in the Huddersfield area among its 65-strong chain - will be supporting the Myasthenia Gravis Association.
Myasthenia gravis is a chronic progressive disease of the muscles.
Former world snooker champion John Spencer was affected by the disease and forced to retire early from the sport.
Steve Annable, MGA regional organiser for Yorkshire, said: "The disease affects the nerve endings and the muscle.
"You can be fine in the morning, but by afternoon you could have drooping eyelids, double vision, slurred speech and be unable to walk or breathe properly. The disease has no known cure and can prove fatal."
A full programme of fund-raising events is being put together for all Publico's West Yorkshire's pubs. The target for the year is £100,000.