Teesside pair recognised in New Year Honours
A special constable and a member of the Royal British Legion are among those on Teesside recognised in the New Year Honours.
Alma Murray has become a Member of the British Empire for her work with service personnel and veterans.
The 78-year-old, from Billingham, supervises Veterans' Parades and Remembrance Services every year.
David Robinson, an acting sergeant in Cleveland force's special constabulary, received a British Empire Medal.
The 29-year-old, from Stockton, is also secretary of Headway Teesside, a local charity which seeks to support brain injury survivors and their families.