Just Good Friends is 10 years old.
The companionship group based in St Annes has helped hundreds of members make new friends over the years and held a celebration meal at St Annes Palace on Wednesday, September 7 to mark the occasion.
Among the guests were Fylde mayor Coun Ben Aitken, patron Anne Nolan and Fylde's Mayor, Anne Nolan and St Annes GP Dr Russell Thorpe, who has big supporter of the group over the years.
Johnnie Roxx was among those providing the entertainment, along with juggler Glenn Falco.
Founder Bev Sykes said: “I’m so proud of what we have achieved over the years but I truly believe that with the help of many members, its become something very special.
“Also thanks to my mum, who sadly passed away, and was the reason that I started Just Good Friends, as I missed her so much and suffered loneliness and isolation myself
"But soon I realised that I could do something about it to help others. So Just Good Friends was born.”
1. Just Good Friends 10th anniversary dinner in St Annes.
Just Good Friends members Ann Manser, Margaret Cooper and Joyce Day enjoyed the opportunity for a chat. Photo: Daniel Martino
2. Just Good Friends 10th anniversary dinner in St Annes.
Juggler Glenn Falco entertained at the event. Photo: Daniel Martino
Just God Friends found Bev Sykes (second right) with Fylde mayor Coun Ben Aitken, patron Anne Nolan and GP Dr Russell Thorpe Photo: Just Good Friends 10th anniversary dinner in St Annes
4. Just Good Friends 10th anniversary dinner in St Annes.
Joyce Day makes a point at the Just Good Friends 10th anniversary dinner. Photo: Daniel Martino