CHAMPAGNE corks were popping when a Cubbington Mill resident turned 100.
Audrey Vincett was joined by staff, relatives, friends and other residents at the Leamington care home for her 100th birthday.
She received a telegram from the King and a champagne reception was held at the home complete with special birthday cake made by care home chef David.
Audrey takes daily walks into Cubbington village where she speaks highly of her life at Cubbington Mill to each person she meets.
The birthday girl said: ‘’I can’t believe how much effort everyone has gone to to make my day special. I ought to not go out today as I’ve had so many visitors this morning already.’’
Among those relatives attending was Audrey’s son, Chris, who played host for the afternoon to lots of guests.
He said: “Audrey is and has been a fantastic mother and friend to so many over the past hundred years, and it’s wonderful to be with her on this very special day to say just how proud she makes us feel.”
Ula Muskus, Deputy Manager of Cubbington Mill, added: “We’re delighted to be celebrating a truly remarkable woman as she reaches this amazing milestone. Audrey is such a popular, clever resident who always has an interesting tale to tell, and we look forward to hearing many more as she breaks into her next century.”