DONALD Trump partied with residents at a Greenock sheltered housing complex.

The presidential 'look-a-like' popped in to visit the residents at John Galt House as they enjoyed a stars and stripes party.

Residents sang and danced the afternoon away at the lively bash.

Mary Harkins and Fiona Sorrell, support workers at the housing complex, say it was great to see the residents enjoying themselves.

Fiona said: "The residents in here love a party.

"They kept asking when we would have another one and we thought we would have an American theme with food like pretzels and popcorn.

"Everyone dressed up in red, white and blue."

Anne Sinclair, a former warden at the home, said it was great to be back at the complex and see all the residents having such a great time.

She said: "I come back all the time to visit.

"The staff here are brilliant."

Stewart Davidson, whose 81-year-old mother Agnes lives in the home, says John Galt House is an excellent complex.

He said: "My mother moved into John Galt House in April.

"In her own house all she did was lie and sleep but now she's socialising as there's always a lot going on.

"This party is great for her because it's the first time she has done something like this."

One of the special moments on the day was when 98-year-old resident Margaret Hamill 'launched' a specially created 'warship' which is a focal point in their garden.

Matthew McKimm, a cabinet maker by trade who volunteers with the Greenock Sea Cadets, painted the boat, which was installed by River Clyde Homes last year.

Staff at the complex were keen to thank everyone who supported the event especially Lorella Sutherland, community champion at the Tesco in Greenock and Russell Smith from RCH as well as the Sea Cadets.