A FUNDRAISING dinner has been held in memory of Brockholes man Barry Wilde.
Mr Wilde, 62, died in January of a liver disease, primary sclerosing cholangitis.
He had waited in vain for a liver transplant for 10 months.
Soon after Mr Wilde's death, his widow Margaret and children Graeme, Joanne and Richard set up the Barry Wilde Trust Fund to raise awareness of the need for liver donors.
As well as raising awareness, the charity dinner on Saturday also raised cash for the liver unit of St James' Hospital in Leeds.
Mr Wilde was treated at the hospital.
Some money will also go to the Gift for Life Commemorative Trust, a charity which raises awareness of organ and tissue donation.
The dinner event was at the Cedar Court Hotel at Ainley Top.
It featured a three-course meal, disco and entertainment.
There was also a raffle, sponsored by local firms, and organisations, including Mr Wilde's employers, Sellers Engineers of Huddersfield.