A Helensburgh woman has celebrated 40 years of working in the town’s libraries.

Supervisor Fiona Sharkey started off in Templeton Library in 1983, moving to the Helensburgh Library’s current location in West King Street in 1998.

LiveArgyll’s libraries team described her as a “massive part” of the work it does.

Fiona and her colleagues celebrated the anniversary with a cake which was, fittingly, decorated with books made of icing.

She said: “It was lovely to be recognised on my 40 year anniversary by my friends and colleagues at LiveArgyll.

“The library service has changed a lot over the years but I still absolutely love working here.”

A spokesperson for LiveArgyll added: “A huge congratulations and thank you to our Helensburgh Library's library supervisor, Fiona Sharkey.

“40 years on, Fiona is an integral part of the LiveArgyll libraries team, bringing experience, kindness and a whole lot of fun. Thank you Fiona!”