A couple who have fostered up to 150 children over more than three decades will be warded MBEs at Windsor Castle on Tuesday
Clive and Sharon Cumming have been looking after children since 1975, when they watched a programme about the need for foster carers.
Last December, ITV West interviewed the Cummings when they found out about their award.
They filmed them at home, with their kids and several of the foster kids they had staying with them at the time.
Other people getting the awards include, the art historian John Richardson, Celador TV company founder Paul Smith, racehorse trainer Toby Balding and F1 engineer Adrian Newey.