Public Involvement Manager Allyson Angus has said farewell to her colleagues after at 17-year career with NHS Tayside.
Allyson joined NHS Tayside in 2002 after spending time as a civil servant with local councils. She was brought to the health board to help establish the public involvement department and has spent many building up relationships with local communities, patient groups and other third sector organisations.
Friends and colleagues gathered at Ninewells to present Allyson with gifts and wish her well in her retirement.
Senior health improvement practitioner Mary Colvin has retired after nearly 35 years of service in the NHS.
Mary started her nursing career in Ireland, moving to the Falkirk/Stirling area in 1982 and then to Glasgow and Dundee. She then qualified as a midwife in 1987 and a health visitor in 1996.
After a short break when her daughter Alison and son Ian were born she returned to a career in Public Health.
To celebrate her retirement, Mary chose Ninewells Community Garden to have a farewell garden party during national Green Health Week and give everyone a chance to enjoy the green space and the outdoors.