Members of the Red Hat Society from West Norfolk and beyond came together to raise a glass.
Around 65 women gathered to celebrate the one year anniversary of the forming of the Fiery Fillies, the society’s King’s Lynn branch (known as a chapter).
Diane Bell, the Fiery Fillies’ Queen Belle of the Ball, hosted the occasion at her home in Saddlebow last Monday.
She said: “It was so lovely to get together, there was 65 of us. We had Pimms on arrival, some of the ladies had made puddings and we had music.
“We also had a rail of red and purple clothing we could swap with each other. It was a real social day.”
The society is an organisation for women over 50 years old.
Mrs Bell said she the group is a great way of making friends and socialising.
“When my husband died four years ago, I was at a total loss,” she added.
“But the Red Hat Society is like a large family, we all look after each other.”
For more information visit www.redhatsociety.com