A MUSIC festival struck a chord with Manorlands.

The annual event, at the Acorn Inn, Eldwick, raised £1,675 for the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice.

Visitors enjoyed performances from a range of bands including Kelly Ma and PA, The Flow, The Con Men, Hit the Lights and Tumbling Dice.

Other attractions included stalls, tombolas, face painting and a bouncy castle.

Support was provided by Acorn staff and volunteers, including the Manorlands Bingley fundraising group.

Acorn Inn manager Adam Reay, who visited the hospice to hand over the cash, said the festival had been a huge success.

“It had the community feel I wanted it to have and so many new faces came along to support us,” he said.

“We can’t wait to plan next year’s festival.”

Manorlands fundraiser, Harriet Wood, thanked the pub and the wider Eldwick community for their support.

“Since Adam took over management of the Acorn the pub has gone from strength to strength – and that’s echoed in the success of this brilliant fundraising event,” she said.

“The Eldwick community has really come together to support the hospice.”