At 100, Peggy Phimister led the way as 14 OAPs - with a combined age of 1143 years - clambered into fancy dress costume to recreate famous movies, comedy scenes and fairytales.
Peggy said: "After the telegram from the Queen in July and my birthday party, this was the best thing this year. I thoroughly enjoyed it."
The pensioners thought they would be lucky to sell 100 at £6 a time to swell their working committee coffers. But sales have gone through the roof - at the last count 500 and rising."
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