MEMBERS past and present reunited in Shelley to celebrate the 25th birthday of an amateur dramatics group.
About 50 people who have been involved with the Pierrot Players during the last 25 years marked the milestone with a get- together at the village hall.
They included Kathy Elsley, one of the founding members, who organised the reunion and travelled all the way from Plymouth to be there.
Five other members who are still part of the group 25 years on were also there: Mike and Beryl Lockwood and their son Ian, Joan Gough and Christine Schofield.
Publicity manager Ian Stevenson said the event was a trip down memory lane. He added: "It was great to see so many people who have been involved over the years.
"We tried to contact as many past members as possible and the response was excellent. Some people travelled quite long distances to be there.
"The idea was to get together and reminisce. There were some old photos and one or two people did little things, but it was good just to catch up."
The group, which has about 30 members, was formed after a previous group connected to St Paul's Church folded.
Its first production was From Pillar to Post.
The next production will be in October.
Anyone interested in joining should phone 01484 608900.