The annual 'silver lunch' for the elderly run by Windsor Lions brought old time music hall bang up to date on Sunday.

More than 120 guests from in and around Windsor were wined, dined and entertained.

Guests were transported to and from the lunch at the SportsAble sports club in Braywick Road, Maidenhead.

Lunch was served by the Lions, their families and friends and had an Old Time Music Hall theme with a full blooded sing-song led by the renowned key board and song artist Phil Phillips who has in the past accompanied world-famous stars of entertainment including Bruce Forsythe. Back again too was the ever-popular Tony Liotti who, with song and magical guitar, had the audience in raptures.

The Mayor and Mayoress of the Royal Borough Cllr John Lenton and Margaret Lenton got into the spirit of the occasion, joining Lions vice-president Diane Purchase who organised the event in a bit of fancy dress.

Proceedings were rounded off in the traditional manner with a rousing chorus of We’ll Meet Again.

Mrs Purchase said: “It is probably one of the Club’s most worthwhile events of the annual calendar – it is so much fun and bonhomie. Our members love doing it and of course our guests have a whale of a time. A great venue, a lovely lunch, plenty of wine and superb entertainment – how could it possibly fail?"