A HUDDERSFIELD cancer charity is £1,750 better off - thanks to beer lovers.
The money was raised at a beer festival organised by Colne Valley Lions for the Laura Crane Trust.
The trust pays for research into cancers affecting 13 to 25-year-olds and gives support to young people suffering the disease.
The three-day beer festival was held at Slaithwaite Conservative Club in November.
Jacqui Roeder is the voluntary trust manager and chair of trustees.
She founded the charity in 1996 in memory of her 17-year-old daughter Laura Crane, who died that year from a complex mix of cancers.
The presentation took place at the Laura Crane Trust's new offices at Creative Lofts on Northumberland Street.
The charity was previously based in Creative Lofts but now has a larger premises within the building.
Fundraising manager Pam Thornes said: "We needed more space because we now have six staff.
"The charity is entering its tenth year and if we are going to grow, we thought we should tackle the problem of space now. The new premises are gorgeous, we're happy here."