Fun loving OAPs downed cocktails at a disco – in a CARE HOME.
Some guests got their first taste of a cocktail at the age of 85 years old.
Female guests wore plastic tiaras, and some got on the dancefloor for a boogie at the Ailsa Lodge Care Home in Bishopton, Renfrewshire.
Others sat around the outskirts of the room with their zimmer frames, drinking strawberry daiquiris.
A bartender from organisation Community Cocktails served up drinks including mocktails, while a singer entertained the pensioners.
Manager of the care home Sara Ann Turner said: “It was a really good day and the residents thoroughly enjoyed it.
“Everyone was dancing and chatting away.
“It was something different to bring into the home.
“We have a couple of ladies here who had never had cocktails before, so that was a new experience for them at the age of 85.
“My staff wore black and white outfits while they were serving the cocktails, so the residents could get the full experience.”