A woman who used to own her own shop in West Africa has celebrated her 100th birthday.
Marion Luke, who lives with her daughter Ivy, had a party at her home in Fulham on Thursday (June 4).
Known to friends and family as Lola, Mrs Luke is a great-great grandmother.
She lived in Freetown, Sierra Leone, where she was a petty trader, selling goods ranging from hats and bags to bed sheets and smoked pork.
Mrs Luke, who has been blind for the past 18 years, came to England in 2000.