Bollywood style dancers provided a vibrant show to raise funds for a vital charity.

Shiamak dance group took to The Red Brick Cafe at The Wealdstone Centre in High Street, Wealdstone to give a memorable performance in aid of Harrow Association for Disabled People (HAD) on Friday last week.

The audience raised £170 on the night, which will go towards HAD's continued campaign of providing services to disabled people and representing them at a local level.

Umesh Raichada, development officer at HAD, said: "It was a great evening and everyone who came seemed to really enjoy it.

"We were really happy to welcome Shiamak and for them to be performing for us. They were fantastic and gave us something that was really different.

"In the third sector at the moment there are always reductions, so events like these are more important than ever in ensuring we can be at our best and it would be great to have the public come and take part in supporting us in the future."

For more information about HAD, visit www.had.org.uk.