A West Yorkshire publican is thought the be the UK's oldest - as he's still pulling pints at the ripe old age of 87.
Staying sprightly runs in the family for pub landlord Frank Collins, as his mother Mabel made it into the Guinness Book of World Records in her late eighties for being England's oldest and longest-serving landlady.
Frank took over the running of the Dog and Partridge Inn in Huddersfield, just before his mother passed away in 2001 at the age of 95.
Incredibly, Frank, who spent two years in the navy from 1947-1949, runs two businesses - as he also owns a textile business called Frank Collins Textiles.
A typical day for him involves working at his textile business, coming home at 3pm for "tea and maybe a nap" and opening up the pub at 7pm.
Speaking about his mother, who he says had a good sense of humour, he said:
Frank's father Jack bought the pub, known to locals as Mabel's, in 1956, but he died shortly after and Mabel took over.
At the time, a 27-year-old Frank helped out by pulling pints before he set up his own business.
Frank, who has never been married, inherited his 13 and 16-year-old nieces, now in their fifties, when his sister died.
After his mother died, Frank and one of his nieces scattered her ashes in the pub's car park.
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