A HUDDERSFIELD nightclub is to stage a charity night in memory of a policeman who was shot dead.
Heaven and Hell, at New Street, will hold the event next Sunday.
Pc Ian Broadhurst, 34, was killed while attempting to arrest a man in Leeds on Boxing Day.
All the door money taken on the night at the club will be given to the memorial fund.
Jim Barrell, manager of Heaven and Hell, said: "When Pc Broadhurst was killed on Boxing Day, it affected people right across the country and we really wanted to try to do something to help.
"When we heard that a fund had been set up in his honour, we decided the best way was to hold a night in his memory and donate all the door money to the fund.
"We hope the people of Huddersfield will come along and support us."
The club has a licence until 2am, and will sell some drinks for £1 each.
David Bieber, 35, has appeared at Leeds Crown Court to deny murder. Bieber, who is also known as Nathan Coleman, is charged with murdering Pc Broadhurst and attempting to murder two other officers.
Pc Broadhurst's colleague Pc Neil Roper, 45, was also injured.
The trial has been set for October in Newcastle.