Supporters of a terminal cancer sufferer took part in a golf day to raise money for charity.
Around 200 people attended the event at Green Haworth Golf Club which was organised by Thomas West in aid of The Christie Hospital.
Mr West, 65, of Hargreaves Road, Oswaldtwistle, was diagnosed in 2011 with terminal mesothelioma and the golf day was the latest in a series of events to raise funds.
He said: “The golf day was superb. The weather was fantastic and we had about 80 players take part.
“There were also lots of other family and friends and people coming along on the day.
“I couldn’t have asked for anything more and I would like to say thanks to Green Haworth Golf Club for all their help.”
There was also a raffle and an auction which included an authentic set of golf clubs belonging to star Lee Westwood.
The event raised £750 on the day, with £200 going towards the mental health charity Mind and the other £550 to The Christie.
Grandfather-of-four Mr West has also praised two friends who completed a cycle ride for The Christie.
James and Michael Riding, from Oswaldtwistle, cycled from Manchester to Blackpool and then back to the White Bull pub on New Lane in Oswaldtwistle and have raised hundreds of pounds.
Mr West said: “They must have cycled about 100 miles in just one day, which is incredible, and they deserve a lot of credit for what they’ve done.”
A presentation night has been organised at the White Bull on Friday, September 5, where around £3,500 will be presented to The Christie.
Earlier this year, supporters of Mr West held a ‘lads v dads’ football match at the Heys playing fields.
He also celebrated his 65th birthday by raising £700 in donations