A selection of people in Norfolk have been given honours in the 2013 New Year Honours list.
Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Rachel De Souza from Woburn Sands, Bedfordshire - Lately Executive Principal, Ormiston Victory Academy, Norwich, Norfolk. For services to Education.
Professor Shirley Pearce from Surlingham, Norfolk - For services to Higher Education.
Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
Elizabeth Baines from Diss, Norfolk - For services to Bell Ringing in Norfolk and North Suffolk.
Michael Blakey from Norwich - For voluntary services to Young People and to the community in Norfolk.
Peter Grover from Taverham, Norfolk - Cub Scout Leader, 8th Norwich Sea Scout Group. For services to Children and Young People.
Richard Jackson from Norwich - Founder, Mancroft International. For services to Development and Corporate Training Services.
Sally-Anne Mitchell from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk - Honorary Secretary, Norfolk Branch, Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution. For services to Farming and Rural Communities in Norfolk.
Richard Warner from Reepham, Norfolk - Founder, Reepham Green Team. For services to Energy Efficiency in Norfolk.
British Empire Medal (BEM)
Terence Adkin from Norwich - Chair, Citywide Board. For services to Tenants in West Pottergate and to the community in Norwich.
Helen Dalton-Hare from Cromer, Norfolk - Chief Executive, About with Friends. For services to People with Learning Disabilities.
Robert Francis from North Walsham, Norfolk - Volunteer Station Officer, Coastguard Rescue Service. For services to HM Coastguard.
John Gibson from Norwich - For services to Music through the Salvation Army in Norwich, Norfolk.
Clive Gritten from Norwich - Scout and Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Volunteer, Norfolk. For services to Children, Young People and the community in Norfolk.
Jan Henry from Norwich - For services to the community in Reepham, Norfolk.
Derek Webster from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk - Tournament Manager, Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls. For services to Bowls and to charity in Great Yarmouth.