Veteran Alan McQuillin on his daily paper round (Picture: SWNS).
A D-Day veteran is Britain's oldest paper boy, aged 95-years-old.
Alan McQuillin wakes up at 5am every morning and collects a big bundle of newspapers at 5.45 a.m. from his local post office in Gloucestershire.
Monday to Saturday, he drives most of his way around his 45-minute paper route in Kemble.
Mr McQuillin served in the RAF during the Second World War and was involved in the Normandy landings.
The D-Day veteran says he has no plans to stop working as a paper boy and wishes to continue doing the job "as long as [he] can".
The early start, which would intimidate most people, is nothing new for Mr McQuillin.
Before retiring he worked as a dairy farmer, so was used to getting up before the sunrise.
"Because I used to get up very early to milk cows, I'm always awake at that time, and I just get up.
If I didn't do that, I don't know what I'd do."