HUDDERSFIELD cancer charity the Laura Crane Trust is organising a luxury fundraising evening.
The event will take place at Bradley Park Golf Club, off Bradley Road, on Thursday, September 29, starting at 8pm.
On sale will be jewellery by Silver Halo, Thornton's chocolates, Envie lingerie, Tupperware, products from Absolute Chocolate, Virgin Vie cosmetics, scarves by Butterfly, Christmas cards and leather goods.
There will also be a fashion show by Weekenders.
Tickets for the event cost £5 each, which includes a welcoming glass of sparkling wine.
The trust is also holding a sponsored cycling event next Sunday.
The event, sponsored by Huddersfield haulage firm the Pink Link, will feature teams of 15 cyclists.
Each team will pedal together on one large bike.
They will set off from the Black Horse pub on Occupation Road in Lindley and ride to the roundabout near the Bay Horse pub on Acre Street, where they must stop for a drink.
They will then climb back in the saddle and ride along Acre Street and Lidget Street to the Black Bull pub on West Street.
Proceeds from both events will go towards the trust's work of supporting teenage cancer patients and paying for research into cancers affecting 13 to 25 year olds.
The trust was set up in 1996 by the family of Huddersfield girl Laura Crane, who died aged 17 from a complex mix of cancers.
For tickets for the luxury evening or to take part in the bike ride, phone the trust on 01484 510013.