Caerphilly Conservative Club has raised more than £1,500 at a fundraising event for charity.
The club held fundraising events for Prostate Cancer UK on Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16.
Welsh comedian Phil Doyle and his daughter, singer Natasha Doyle, both performed on the Friday, with more than 150 people attending.
On the Saturday, around 300 people turned up to watch Wales’ grand slam triumph over Ireland.
Organiser Pete McCarthy said: “It was terrific. It went exceptionally well. Everyone had a good time.
“It was good to raise awareness of prostate cancer.”
Mr McCarthy added: “One of our members, Ken Green, has prostate cancer and gave a great speech.
“It all went down well and everyone had a good time – lots of people parted with their money.
“Our target was to raise £1,000 and we were amazed that we managed to exceed it.”
On the Saturday, Caerphilly resident Ashley Edwards, 27, dyed his beard red to raise money for the charity.
Gabriella Bailey, Interim Director of Fundraising at Prostate Cancer UK, said: “We’re so grateful that Pete decided to organise this event to help raise vital funds for Prostate Cancer UK. The money raised will help us fund research for real change, from more effective testing to better treatments.
“Currently one man dies every 45 minutes from prostate cancer in the UK. That’s more than 11,500 men a year and by 2030, prostate cancer is set to become the most commonly diagnosed cancer of all in the UK. We need to turn the game around for men and make prostate cancer a disease that the next generation of men do not fear.”