A great-grandmother has just celebrated her centenary.

Dorothy Grinyer marked her milestone birthday at Heathlands Residential Care Home in Pershore surrounded by her family, fellow residents and the team.

Mrs Grinyer said: “I don’t drink and have had a good life.

“I don’t feel any different to yesterday. Time goes so quickly.”

Mrs Grinyer is mother to Adrienne, who lives nearby in Pershore.

She has two granddaughters Jen and Mary and great grandsons, eight-year-old twins Louis and Valentino.

Natasha Craddock, who works at Heathlands said: “It has been such a pleasure to celebrate Dorothy’s big birthday.

“She has a fantastic sense of humour and is so sociable.

“She always looks out for others and is so kind and caring, we are very lucky to have her here with us at Heathlands.”

Dorothy grew up in London where she worked as a telephonist before marrying husband Bob.

They retired to West Sussex before Bob died.

"Dorothy moved to Solihull to be closer to Adrienne, before moving to Heathlands three years ago.

Mrs Grinyer was sent a card from the Queen for her birthday.