The Laburnum Centre in Bognor Regis has helped its oldest member to celebrate her 105th birthday.
Mrs Gladys Barnard, who is a regular at the centre in Lyon Street, was treated to afternoon tea with other members on Monday.
The centre is a much-needed facility in the town, with more than 1,000 members and 100 volunteers.
The café is very popular and there is a large and varied programme of activities, plus a gym where older people can stay active.
There is also a newly-refurbished charity shop and Mrs Barnard was invited to help cut the ribbon to open it, accompanied by Bognor Regis mayor Pat Dillon.
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