HUDDERSFIELD fans of Irish ballad singer Daniel O'Donnell are being invited to join a club dedicated to him.
The Friends of Daniel O'Donnell Yorkshire Region was set up in Leeds in 1997.
Lorraine Holmes, who runs the group, said: "Over the last year our numbers have decreased as members have moved or sadly passed away. We need new members and ideas for the club."
The group has worked closely with Daniel, running trips to see him in Ireland, raising money for his charity the Romanian Challenge Appeal at sponsored events and even organising a birthday party for the singer, which he attended.
Lorraine said: "We hope to be able to repeat this. Daniel is the most caring artist I have ever known.
"One of our founder-members passed away last month and he was in contact with the family over a number of days and even sent flowers to her funeral.
"We show Daniel we have the support for him that he shows us."
The group meets on the first Tuesday of every month for a coffee morning at different members' houses.
The proceeds of the events go to keep the club running and to the Birmingham-based Romanian Challenge Appeal, which helps orphans.
The group has raised £6,000 for the charity over the past five years.
Members pay £5 a year, which covers the cost of quarterly newsletters.
If you want to join the club, phone Lorraine on 0113 2799382.