A Turkish-themed night raised more than £2,500 for this year's St Annes Carnival charity Marie Curie.
The event at the Anatolia Sea View restaurant on St Annes Promenade was attended by 110 people and included a three-course Turkish meal as well as Turkish themed games and dancing until the early hours.
Among the fund-raising features, Anatolia owner and chef Veli Kirk auctioned his services to cook a three-course Turkish meal for 12 people in the home of the bidders. That raised £1,400.
Veli said: "It was a super night and I'm so glad it was such a success."
Carnival committee spokesman Sharon Iqbal said: "St. Annes Carnival is extremely grateful to Veli, Selvan and the team at Anatolia Seaview for all their support in making this event such a huge success."
The Carnival's future fund-raising events include a Christmas Afternoon Tea at the Town Hall in St Annes on Friday, December 6 and a Race Night at the Monterey Beach Hotel on St Annes Promenade in March.