ICONIC songs from the 60s and 70s have helped raise funds for vital research.

Eight-piece band Silhouette from Manchester staged a revival night of popular music to a packed audience.

The concert at St John’s Church was organised by Knutsford & District Lions Club raised funds for Brain Tumour Research and Knutsford Lions local charity fund.

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Lions Clubs all over the UK are aiming to raise one million pounds to fund a research laboratory for Brain Tumour Research.

Knutsford Guardian: St John's Church was packed out for the concertSt John's Church was packed out for the concert (Image: Knutsford Lions)

A bar was provided by the Lost and Found and local businesses donated prizes to a special draw.

Paul Buttrick, president of Knutsford Lions, said: ‘It was a superb evening raising funds for great charities.

“There were plenty of smiling faces as people joined in and danced as they remembered happy times from their youth. “I’d like to thank local businesses who donated draw prizes as well as everybody who came along and contributed to a great feel good evening out.”

Knutsford Lions are currently seeking people to join their group.

Anyone interested can visit knutsfordlions.org.uk for more details.