A total of £1,000 was raised for Ukraine with a charity concert.
Acclaimed folk musician Phil Beer performed at Carperby Village hall on Saturday.
Organiser Steve Sheldon said: “The audience, slightly depleted by Covid and other problems, was treated to a musical journey and master class in musicianship, spanning six decades, all stitched together by Phil’s warm anecdotes and charming humour.
“It was a fabulous night all round and a fitting way to end Phil’s last, full solo tour.
“Special thanks to all those who bought tickets but couldn’t make it, because they all willingly contributed their cash to a worthy cause.
“Over £700 was raised thanks to some substantial donations and our local vicar, Tom Ringland, who turned out to be a whizz at selling raffle tickets.
“The Village Institute treasurer and secretary kindly topped up the amount from their funds, so £800 has been sent to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal via the Disaster Emergency Committee.
“With Gift Aid this amount was worth £1,000. Thank you so much to everyone who attended, helped on the night or contributed in other ways.”