TAP dancers have raised £11,900 in memory of entertainer Roy Castle.
Dancers from 17 schools raised the money when they took part in the 10th annual Roy's Relay Tapathon at North Bridge Leisure Centre in Halifax in January.
Huddersfield schools taking part included The Pam Strickland Tappers, Huddersfield School of Theatre Dance, Newsome Tappers, Audrey Spencer School of Theatre Dance and Barbara Peters School of Dance.
The money raised at the event will go towards the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, which was set up after the Scholes-born star died in 1994.
The charity pays for research into the prevention of and cures for cancer, which Roy contracted through passive smoking while playing the trumpet in pubs and clubs. He was also a tap dancer, a fact which inspired the creation of the first Roy's Relay Tapathon 10 years ago.
Over the past nine years, the tap events have raised more than £90,000 for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.