A prominent businessman from the small Dumfries and Galloway village of the Isle of Whithorn is one of the seven Britons who have perished in a plane crash in Nepal. Locals say he was very active in the community and well known in the village, having moved there from the North-West of England after enjoying holidays in Scotland.
He was the vice-chairman and assistant diving officer of the Newton Stewart Diving Club.
The clubs treasurer, Chris Harrison, knew Mr Kelly well. He paid tribute to him saying:
The Prime Minister has described the accident as 'deeply tragic' he said: