A CLYDEBANK woman has celebrated a very special milestone – turning 100 years old.

Nancy Wilson received a visit on her momentous birthday from Provost William Hendrie and Deputy Lieutenant Owen Sayers.

The centenarian previously worked at Singer’s and, at that time, she said the highlight of her weeks were taking the tram with her sister to Dalmuir to go to the dancing – something she is very good at.

Nancy met Jimmy Wilson at the dancing, and the pair got on, even though he was described as having “two left feet”.

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Marriage followed and time passed and Nancy and Jimmy had two children – Bill and Ann.

Bill joined the Royal Air Force and Ann married and emigrated to Toronto, Canada, where she now lives with her own family.

Nancy has been described as always being full of fun and having a positive outlook.