HUDDERSFIELD cancer charity The Laura Crane Trust has held its eighth annual ball.
The charity, which funds research and hospital facilities for cancers affecting 15 to 25-year-olds, held the event at Bertie's Banqueting Rooms in Elland.
The theme was magic and mystery and illusionist Geoffrey Durham - known as The Great Suprendo - was on hand to entertain the 165 guests.
Laurel and Hardy lookalikes were also at the event, performing close-up magic for guests.
For the past three years, the Laura Crane Trust annual balls have been themed.
Previous ones have included a Bootleggers' Ball featuring gangsters and molls from the 1920s American age of Prohibition.
The trust was set up in October 1996, in memory of Huddersfield girl Laura Crane. Laura had died of a complex mix of cancers five months earlier just after her 17th birthday.
Laura's mother, Jacquie Roeder, is director of the charity, which has raised almost £500,000 in the eight years since being set up.