A Huddersfield restaurant owner helped to raise awareness about prostate cancer.
Abdul Hafiz hosted an event at his restaurant Saim's, on Bradford Road, last night.
Half of the night's takings at the Hillhouse restaurant were donated to Yorkshire Cancer Research.
People attending the event were treated to a meal of three starters, three main courses, a sundry and dessert.
They then listened to a talk about the importance of screening for prostate cancer by Halifax GP Habib Ullah.
Guests were also kept entertained by John Cowgill, of Scientific Oils in Outlane, who performed Frank Sinatra songs on karaoke.
Mr Cowgill was given three months to live when diagnosed with prostate cancer two years ago.
But he responded to treatment.
Mr Hafiz, 49, organised the evening because his brother was diagnosed with prostate cancer last year.
His brother, 59-year-old Abdul Latif, is currently having chemotherapy but his long-term prognosis is not clear.
He was diagnosed last Christmas when he began showing symptoms - but by then the cancer had been in his body for up to 10 years.
Mr Hafiz said: "Often by the time the symptoms appear it is too late.
"But if you catch it early, it is very treatable.
"The only way to do that is by attending screening. Men over 50 are more susceptible and should get themselves screened regularly.
"In our own small way we are trying to raise awareness so that other people can be helped."