A murder mystery night raised almost £120 for a museum and Children in Need.

The Irregular Special Players hosted the murder mystery evening at the Museum of Power in Langford.

Guests joined Sherlock Holmes and his trusted companion Dr. John Watson as they sought to solve the murder of Dr. Dietler.

A spokesman for the Irregular Special Players said: "Upon making himself known, the sound of a gun shot rang out and he fell to the floor.

"Whilst murder was taking place, the Dirty Mothership catering crew of Tomo and Rosie prepared supper.

"Those sitting down for their three course dinner then started to help solve the mystery.

"Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson invited the guests to seek clues around the crime scene and then join together to identify the murderer."

The investigation saw Colonel Holman Stevens, played by the Museum of Power's honorary president, John Lowe BEM to be the killer.

During the eventing, a raffle was also held by Ruby Goodland, one of the museum's volunteers, which raise a total of £118, which has been shared between the museum and Children in Need.