A Fremington woman has marked her 100th birthday in style, with a luxury pampering session and family celebration.
Lillian Gazeley, who turned 100 on Tuesday, celebrated the occasion alongside her fellow residents at Fremington Manor care home.
The celebration saw her presented with a special cake, prepared by the home’s in-house chef, Martin Sousten, as well as the opening of her congratulatory card from the Queen.
A dedicated family celebration, which took place later in the day, also saw her joined by her two children, four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Born in London, Lillian and her family moved to Hertfordshire following the end of the First World War.
A motorbike enthusiast, Lillian married her husband William Gazeley in 1937, who shared her passion for bikes.
The pair raised two children, John and Susan, who now share her love of motorbikes.
Lillian also enjoyed the more traditional pastimes of knitting, sewing and cooking for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She worked as a home carer right up until she was 80 years old, when she finally retired and moved to Mortehoe in 1996.
She has been a resident in the home since December 2010.