The memory of a Dundee mill worker will live on in the name of the restaurant at a new city centre hotel.
The Hotel Indigo on Blackscroft, which occupies the site of the former Baxter Brothers jute mill, is to open this summer.
The venue’s owners have decided to name the restaurant after former mill worker and social secretary, Daisy Tasker.
Daisy worked in the mill from the age of 14 and was given the moniker of social organiser due to the volume of teas, dances and parties she arranged for colleagues during her near 50-year career.
Her grandchildren David Cosgrove and Gillian Lange were invited for a special site visit.
David, who travelled from Portsmouth, said the family was honoured.
Managing director William Inglis said local history would be the backbone of the operation.
He said: “It is very important the staff who will work here all know the story of who these former factory workers were.”