A very special resident of the Clairville Residential Home near Rasharkin who has a love for Tayto Cheese & Onion crisps has celebrated her 100th birthday.
The centenarian, who is never without her signature necklace, bracelets and brooch, was joined by good friend Jean Jefferson and care home staff to mark the milestone occasion.
Isa, who is originally from the Bushmills Road in Coleraine, is pre-deceased by her twin sister Rita who passed away ten years ago.
Isa has lived in Clairville Residential Home for the past 13 years.
Jean Jefferson said: “As long as Isa has a string of jewellery around her neck, a bangle on each hand and a brooch then she is happy.
“And she loves Tayto Cheese & Onion crisps and would have a bag every day of the year!”
Speaking after meeting with Isa, Causeway Coast & Glens Mayor Sean Bateson, said: “It was an honour for me to have this opportunity to offer my best wishes to Isa on this very happy day.
“She is clearly much-loved by all those who know her, and I was delighted to play a part in her birthday celebrations.
“The staff at Clairville deserve recognition for the daily care and attention they show to Isa and I would like to wish her continued health and happiness in her life.”