A CHARITY auction has raised more than £650 for St James's Hospital, Leeds.
Brave cancer victim Keith Stringer organised the event at the Golden Fleece, Berry Brow.
Huddersfield Town striker Andy Booth came along to help on the night, bringing a signed Town shirt and ball for the auction and a Giants rugby ball.
A mystery prize of a chest filled with goodies formed part of the auction, as well.
There were also several raffles on the evening, with prizes given by local businesses.
The auctioneer was Armitage Bridge man Peter Campbell.
Last summer a friend of Keith's, Alan Boothroyd, completed a 35-mile run from Berry Brow to Langsett Reservoir and back to help his fundraising efforts.
Keith, 47, of Berry Brow, has raised thousands of pounds for St James's Hospital, where he is being treated.
He has scaled the highest mountains of England, Scotland and Wales - Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis and Snowdon - despite suffering liver, lung and bowel cancer.
He was first diagnosed with the cancers in October, 2003, and has undergone chemotherapy and operations.