NEW Mill Male Voice Choir helped raise £1,400 for Asian tsunami victims by performing at a concert in Wales.
The choir was in Llandudno for its annual rehearsal weekend, which finished with a joint concert with the Colin Jones Cantorium in St Mary's Church, Betws-y-Coed.
Both choirs were given a standing ovation for their joint performance of the American Trilogy at the event which raised the money for the Tsunami Disaster Appeal.
The New Mill choir will perform at another concert for tsunami relief.
Huddersfield in Harmony will be held at Huddersfield Town Hall on February 27.
It will also feature Honley Male Voice Choir and Gledholt Male Voice Choir, Honley Ladies Choir, Marsh Ladies Choir and Vocal Expressions and Sellers International and Hade Edge Brass Bands.
The event is sponsored by the Examiner and has been supported by other local businesses.
For further information on the Huddersfield in Harmony concert, ring Graham Dawson on 01484 687482.
For tickets, contact the Huddersfield information office on 01484 223200 or Atkinson's butchers in New Mill.
GRIEVING movie mogul Lord Attenborough has postponed a major show of his collection of Picasso artworks.
The Ghandi director had been set to display many of his ceramics by the great artist in his home city of Leicester.
However, the decision was made to delay it until next year in wake of the Attenboroughs' tragic loss in the South Asia tsunami disaster.
Lord Attenborough's granddaughter Lucy, 14, died when the giant wave hit Thailand. His elder daughter Jane and her mother-in-law, Jane Holland, are still missing, feared dead.
In a statement released through Leicester City Council, organisers of the Picasso exhibition, Lord and Lady Attenborough said: "We are grateful for the kind consideration expressed by the council that a delay would be possible."
Council cabinet leisure spokesman Andy Connelly said: "Of course we extend our deepest sympathies to Lord and Lady Attenborough.
"During the last few weeks we have been speaking with their representatives about possible options for the exhibition. Since Lord and Lady Attenborough wish to be fully involved with the planning of the exhibition, it was agreed that the show should be delayed in order to give the family more private time following their loss."