REGULARS at the Marsh House pub in Huddersfield needed a stiff drink - after completing a 175ft charity abseil.
A five-strong team left the Westbourne Road, Marsh, pub to abseil down Baitings Dam, near Ripponden.
Pub regulars Tony and Chris Karolczuk and Jez Pierce, landlady Mandy Hartley and landlord Terry Patrice took part.
They were raising cash for Deafblind UK, a charity supporting people who are deaf and blind.
It offers rehabilitation training, a specially adapted 24-hour helpline, publications in Braille or large print and respite and activity breaks.
It also supplies support workers to help deafblind people to live independently.
The charity is also raising cash to develop a national centre of education for deafblindness. It will be the only one in Europe.
Deafblind UK is unique because its chairman and most of its directors are deafblind themselves.
There are around 24,000 deafblind people in Britain and 250,000 with poor sight and hearing.