A photograph almost half-a-century old has brought back some great memories for famous entertainer Jimmy Cricket.
The Northern Irish comedian was recently sent the picture featuring him as a Butlins Redcoat in 1968.
At that time, Jimmy was at the Butlins resort in the Essex coastal resort of Clacton-on-Sea.
It was sent by a lady from Plymouth called Jill Bright and she and her sister Joy are with Jimmy in the photo above.
Jill explained her family had fond memories from that summer of an Irish Redcoat in Clacton, but it was not until she found negatives of photographs belonging to her mum that she saw a reference to his first name.
When she got the negatives processed, she realised this Irish Redcoat was none other than well-known funnyman Jimmy.
In a further twist, Jill also works in the theatre industry as she is the stage doorkeeper at Plymouth’s Theatre Royal.
Jimmy, 71, said: “I was thrilled to receive the photo as it brought back such wonderful memories for me and I would like to thank Jill for allowing me to see it again.”