A man from Galashiels, who's believed to be Britain's oldest ice-cream van operator, took a rare day off to celebrate his diamond wedding.
Family and friends helped 90-year-old Adam Kelly celebrate his 60 year marriage to wife Betty, by having a special party.
The couple were married in 1952 at Davidson's Mains Church in Edinburgh.
They met after Adam came across Betty waiting at a bus stop whilst he was carrying out his milk rounds, and offered her a lift.
Adam has vowed never to retire from his ice-cream round in Galashiels, despite his age.
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