A PANTOMIME has raised money for two charities.
Freemasons at Concord Lodge on Fitzwilliam Street in Huddersfield starred in the panto specially written by one of its members.
The panto - called Prince Of Beanstalks Meets Puss In Boots - was staged at the lodge.
The show, along with a raffle, raised £250.
It was written by Stuart Parnell and the cast featured lodge members including worshipful master Kevin Bradley and his wife, Annie.
The money raised will be split between Huddersfield Disabled Children's Club and the Lupus charity in Huddersfield.
Both are Mr Bradley's chosen charities for his year in office.
Huddersfield Disabled Children's Club opened yesterday and is based at Highfields School in Edgerton.
The after school club runs from 3.15pm to 5.20pm and will also be open on some days during the school holidays.
The club can be contacted on 07956 042036.
Lupus is a debilitating disease which affects more than 30,000 people in the UK - and 90% of them are women.
The sufferer's immune system fails to protect the body from bacteria and viruses.
This causes symptoms of extreme fatigue and can destroy vital organs.