Erith woman celebrates 100th birthday

PUBLISHED: 11:04 17 November 2015 | UPDATED: 11:13 17 November 2015

Lucy Savage, 100

Lucy Savage, 100


Lucy Savage is a regular attendant of the Irish community services in Belvedere

An Erith woman celebrated her 100th birthday among friends and family this week.

On Monday, Lucy Savage, of Shaftesbury Court, who turned 100 on November 9, had a birthday party thrown in her honour at the Belvedere community centre.

The 100-year-old, celebrated with her daughter along with Bexley’s deputy mayor David Hurt, CEO of Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme (BATS) Lorraine Stares, director of Irish community services Ellen Stafford and chair of Irish community services Ann Lucus.

Mrs Savage regularly attends Irish community services for lunch and bingo.

Speaking of the day, Mrs Savage said: “I didn’t think I would have all of this, I just thought it was going to be a normal day.”

CEO of BATS, Lorraine Stars said: “It was a lovely day, we sat and had lunch and it was great to see the deputy mayor there.”

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