One of Perthshire's most iconic buildings found itself transported to London last night as The Prince's Regeneration Trust celebrated its 15th anniversary.
The Duke of Rothesay - founder and president of The Prince's Regeneration Trust - cut a special cake depicting Stanley Mills at a glittering event, which took place in London's Corinthia Hotel.
Although a small charity, it is has regenerated some of the most challenging and impressive sites in the country.
In 15 years, its projects have attracted more than £100m worth of investment, restored more than 1m square feet of historic floor space and directly created more than 1000 jobs.
The central role of Stanley Mills in the celebratoin was apt as the regeneration of one of Scotland's most historically important industrial sites was the first project embarked upon by the The Prince's Regeneration Trust.