This is the moment a terminally ill singer was given a surprise performance by the choir he sang with for 20 years.
Peter Kennedy, 65, was forced to give up singing with New Mill Male Voice Choir after being diagnosed with kidney cancer on his birthday last October.
But daughter Sarah Martin, 38, was contacted last week by other singers who wanted to visit him at his home in Shepley, near Huddersfield.
Sarah said: "We told them that it wouldn't be possible at first because he was so poorly.
"But they were so determined to see him one last time.
"One of his close friends in the choir said that they were coming even if they had to stand in the garden, and that's where the idea started to take shape.
As well as Sarah, Peter was joined by his wife Denise, 64, and daughter Helen Lear, 30, to watch 34 choir members sang songs including Morte Criste, The Rose and Hail Smiling Morn.
The grandfather-of-three is now being cared for at a nearby hospice.