Harlesden resident becomes first in Brent to turn 100 this year
Olive Webster celebrated her birthday with friends and family
A Harlesden woman has become the first resident in Brent to celebrate their 100th birthday this year.
Olive Webster, who has lived in the borough all her life, toasted becoming a centenarian with a party at her home with family and friends.
Miss Webster was the second of four children and work for a bank until she took early retirement at the age of 54 to look after her mother.
An accomplished pianist with a love of classical music, Miss Webster lives in her parents’ former home with a little extra help.
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She celebrated her birthday on January 2.
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