A pensioner has had a milestone birthday celebrating turning 105.
Chic Kennedy, a resident at Orchar Nursing Home in Broughty Ferry, had a party to celebrate his special day.
Friends, family and staff at the home all joined in the celebration.
Chic was born on January 7 1914 in the centre of Dundee and was brought up on the Nethergate.
He went to Tay Street School then left in his teens to become a master baker.
Chic is a huge Dundee fan and was taken to Dens Park as a youngster by his father, and attended his first game around 1919.
He used to stand at the players’ tunnel at the corner of what is now the main stand and Bob Shankly stand.
Although he spent most of his life in Dundee, Chic also lived in Canada for almost 30 years.
He received a telegram from the Queen to mark his birthday and claims doing times tables in his head every day is what keeps him sharp.
Son Tom, 75, said: “He had a great day and the home held a brilliant party for him.”