A stalwart of the local Salvation Army has celebrated a significant milestone as she turned 100.
Edna Wiley, from Rothwell, reached her centenary on February 8, and will be celebrating with around 100 guests at a party this weekend.
Her granddaughter Claire Kitchen said Mrs Wiley, who is originally from Birmingham, was still very active in the town.
She goes to Salvation Army meetings twice a week and is also frequently seen shopping in Rothwell, Ms Kitchen said.
She added: “She has worked all her life. She used to drive a bus for disabled children and worked in a shoe factory.
“She was always on the go.”
With her husband Walter, Edna had three children, two of whom have since passed away, seven grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.