MOLLY Haigh went to Paris for her 100th birthday.
Molly, from Berry Brow, took a trip to the French capital with family members.
She visited various famous landmarks, including the glamorous Moulin Rouge nightspot.
Back home, Molly - who is partially blind - had a party with members of Huddersfield Blind Society, of which she is an honorary member.
Family and friends are holding a party for her this weekend at Huddersfield Rugby Union Club at Lockwood Park.
Kirklees Mayoress Mrs Ann Firth was one of Molly's many birthday visitors.
Molly also received a card from the Queen and a telegram from Pensions Secretary John Hutton.
Molly has lived in Huddersfield all her life. She was born Eliza Corcoran, but disliked her name and changed it to Molly.
She went to Spring Grove School at Springwood, then became a mender at Walter Sykes' mill after she left. She later worked as a mender at home.
She married Jack Haigh at New North Road Baptist Church in 1979. He passed away several years ago.
Molly has six nieces and nephews and lots of godchildren.
She likes going shopping and goes to Newsome South Methodist Church in Birch Road.
She reads the Examiner and takes out four books a fortnight from her local mobile library.