Tony 'Bomber' Brown rounded off many years of tremendous service to The Albion Foundation with a fantastic Celebratory Dinner at The Hawthorns.
Albion's record goal scorer took to the stage in the Richardson Suite for what was an entertaining evening, full of nostalgic stories and special guests.
With the legendary Ron Atkinson in attendance - alongside Ally Robertson and several former Baggies players - Bomber discussed his remarkable 17-year career with West Bromwich Albion, highlighting the 1968 FA Cup win, promotion in 1976 and that goal against Valencia in the UEFA Cup.
The evening marked Bomber's last public appearance as a headline guest and proved to be a fantastic occasion to celebrate his illustrious playing career and recognise his wonderful support for The Albion Foundation.
The event raised £16,000 for The Albion Foundation, funds which will make a massive difference in the Sandwell area, through our community projects and work.
Jonathan Ward, Head of Partnerships, Events & Communications, said: "It was brilliant to see so many Baggies fans and former players celebrating Bomber's fantastic career.
"We'd like to place on record our gratitude to everyone who attended and thank Bomber for what has been decades of selfless support for The Foundation."
Our photo gallery from the event can be found below.