A ROCK band has made music – and money for Manorlands – in tribute to its late drummer.

Polydroids produced an album in memory of Morris Moody, who died last year.

And sales at the launch, at Keighley's Exchange Arts Centre and a Groovy Happenings event in Haworth, raised £330 for the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice.

Mr Moody, who was also a member of Keighley band Jamba Samba, was cared for at Manorlands.

Hospice fundraiser Andrew Wood, who received the cash from Polydroids member Paul Wiehl, said: "I remember when Morris was receiving care from us and Jamba Samba came up to the hospice and played for him in the car park as he watched from the window.

"It was one of those touching moments that makes the hair stand up on the back of your neck.

"It's lovely that the Polydroids have also done such a lot of hard work in his memory and we are very grateful for their support."

Copies of the album are available to buy from Manorlands.