A FUNDRAISING event to help people in Africa takes place in Huddersfield tomorrow.
The Dance Africa event is at The Lime Bar in Westgate from 7pm.
It features music from Earthrocker, Ras Amarin and DJ Hunter.
Proceeds from the event are to go to the Butterfly Space, a community project set up in Malawi by a Huddersfield woman.
Josie Redmonds, of Lepton, had visited the country several times before settling there in 2005.
She had already collected unwanted IT equipment to help local people.
Now she runs Butterfly Space, a project which helps people of all ages.
It includes work with nursery schools, disabled people, women’s groups and people suffering from HIV.
Josie, 36, developed a specialist interest in eco-tourism while studying and after several trips to Malawi she moved there full time.
She is based at Butterfly Lodge on the lake shore of Nkhata Bay, which is a commercial enterprise that provides a launch-pad for voluntary work.
Josie will be at the event before returning to Malawi.