Olympic and Paralympic heroes are to be given the freedom of Peterborough at a special ceremony next week.
Gold-medal-winning rower James Fox, who was crowned champion at the Paralympic Games in Rio last summer, and gymnast Louis Smith, who has won four medals across three Olympic Games, will both receive the honour.
A special reception will be held at Peterborough's town hall on Tuesday, March 21.
Paralympic basketball star Lee Manning, who won bronze in Rio 2016, will also get the freedom of the city but is unable to attend the event.
Former city councillors Charles Swift, Shelia Scott, Adrian Miners have also been made Honorary Alderman as part of the latest round of honours for their dedication to the city.