The oldest survivor of Paisley’s worst wartime disaster commemorated the lives of her fallen comrades in a special memorial service.
Jenny Enterkin, aged 102, survived the blast that killed 92 of her fellow volunteers working at the Woodside First Aid Post 75 years ago.
Two German parachute mines were dropped over Paisley Cross on the early hours of 6 May 1941. The most deadly hit the First Aid Post, with the other bomb killing two firemen a few streets away.
More than 150 relatives and friends whose loved ones perished in the disaster came to show their respects at the memorial service - held at the Cairn in Woodside Cemetery erected to commemorate the disaster.
Jenny laid one of three memorial wreaths in memory of those who lost their lives that day.
Renfrewshire’s Provost Anne Hall also laid a wreath on behalf of the people of Renfrewshire. Dr Stella Gibson, whose late father worked as the Chief Medical Officer at the post, laid the final wreath.