NOT worrying is the secret of a long and happy life for a war veteran who has celebrated his 100th birthday.
Great-grandad Stan Clapham – who served in the Army in World War Two, in Burma and the Falklands – still lives almost independently.
He enjoys popping out on his mobility scooter around Frecheville and visiting a church social event, where he celebrated the milestone day.
Daughter-in-law Carol Clapham, of Hathersage, said: “His secret is a mixture of things, including not worrying about tomorrow.
“It’s more thinking about what he is having for tea.”
Stan, who has lived in Hazelbadge Crescent for 60 years, was a keen snooker player and worked for Brown Brothers in Sheffield as a car paint specialist.
He enjoyed a family lunch to celebrate his big birthday on January 13.
But before that he was welcomed to the Friday Club at Christ Church Fulwood, where he goes every week, for a special cake - and relatives came along to join in the party.
Carol added: “He got a lot of cards on his birthday, the telegram from the Queen was late though as it came when he was at Friday club.”