A concert has been held to celebrate the 175th anniversary of a Clayton-le-Moors church.
More than 230 people packed into All Saints Church to enjoy the party atmosphere created by musician Eric Ainsworth, the swinging sounds of the Pendle Jazzmen and the close harmonies of the seven-piece barbershop choir Wrong Direction.
Irish comedian Jimmy Cricket, who has starred on television and the Royal Variety Show, also entertained the crowd.
The event on Saturday, June 6 raised more than £1,500 for the church maintenance fund.
Clive Greenwood, event organiser, said: “The capacity audience were brought to tears over and again with the constant barrage of simply daft, rib tickling, eye watering two liners of national treasure and master of comedy Jimmy Cricket.
“There was a mixture of well-known plus not so familiar music and song of differing styles, and all delivered with the utmost professionalism and entertainment quality.
“Bunting, birthday cakes and balloons floating down from above accompanied everyone joining in Happy Birthday and, appropriately, When the Saints Go Marching In.”