Supporters of the NSPCC in West Yorkshire turned out in style for the charity’s Jubilee Jamboree Ball in Leeds.
More than 200 guests attended the event at Leeds Metropolitan University’s Rose Bowl, which raised £21,000.
The evening showcased music through the decades from the 1950s to the present day, with guests enjoying live entertainment and a DJ.
A charity raffle also gave guests the chance to win a £3,000 diamond pendant, donated by Phillip Stoner the Jeweller, which was won by a lucky lady from Bramhope.
The event was organised by a committee of three dedicated volunteer fundraisers – Alison Leonard, Michelle Taylor and Lynda Gianotti. Lynda, the newly appointed chair of the Calderdale Branch of the NSPCC, said: “I have supported the NSPCC for many years and the ball was a great way to help raise funds for the charity, whilst having a fabulous night out.”