A Jersey man who risked his life to help escaped Russian slaves during the Occupation has celebrated his 100th birthday.
Bob Le Sueur was joined by friends and family for a party at St Clement's Parish Hall.
During the Second World War and Jersey's occupation he put his life at risk by helping those sheltering escapee slaves. He was an insurance clerk so was able to move around the island more easily to support them. He was awarded an MBE for his bravery in 2013.
In 2018 Bob was also given a special award for supporting the island's relationship with France.
At his birthday party special guest, the Lieutenant Governor, read out Bob's birthday card from the Queen.
Islanders took to social media to wish "an ordinary man who's had an extraordinary life" a happy birthday.