A Wigton man's 80th birthday provided a windfall for charity.

Terry Wright raised £1,600 to be split between Cancer Research and the Alzheimer's Society.

The former was in honour of his wife, Olive, who died of cancer and the latter to remember friends who had suffered the disease.

The birthday party was held at  Rosley Village Hall and gave the birthday boy a chance to showcase his family's talents.

Daughter Louise and son-in-law Chris Taylor provided a magic act.

Son Jonny WWright brought his popular Musical Bingo from London and his son Freddie, aged 12, acted as compere,

There was also a buffet provided by his daughter Debbie Wright and her finance David Gilhespy who run the Her Citi Cafe in Maryport.