Hillsborough Campaigner Trevor Hickes will receive a CBE after being included on the New Year honours list.
Dr Kate Granger from Wakefield has been awarded an MBE. There is also an MBE for 70-year-old Alva Lambert for his 40 years working for Sheffield's African Caribbean community:
Sheridan Smith, who has been given an OBE in the New Year Honours list, said she was "overwhelmed" by the award.
Smith, who played Cilla Black in the acclaimed ITV biopic Cilla, said: "I'm sincerely thankful and humbled to be recognised with such an honour.
"I'm overwhelmed and hope to continue doing the work that I love for many years to come."
The 33-year-old actress' portrayal of Cilla Black was so successful that it sent her version of Anyone Who Had A Heart into the Top 40.
Over a hundred young people have been receiving awards today, from the only charity allowed to bear the name of Diana, Princess of Wales. The Diana Awards reward young people who have made a real difference to their communities. Today is the first time the awards ceremony has moved out of London. Frazer Maude went to join the winners.
It has been a day to remember for the Deputy Mayor of Selby who has been to Buckingham Palace, where he was honoured by the Queen. It's an achievement made all the more remarkable because councillor Gavin Harding is thought to be the first person in Europe with a learning disability to hold a mayoral position. Grace Melody-Gardner reports.
The chairman of Beverley Racecourse Charles Maxsted received an MBE from the Queen today.
Mr Maxsted picked up the honour for his services to Beverley Racecourse and the wider community in the East Riding of Yorkshire. He has seen the racecourse evolve into a major attraction in the region and has also served as a magistrate for 32 years and also served on the old Beverley District Council.
Hundreds of people have gathered in North Yorkshire to see the Royal Corps of Signals exercise its Freedom of the town of Richmond for the first time in fifty years.
The troops were joined by their Colonel in Chief, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, who took the salute before presenting operational medals. Claire Montgomery reports
Hundreds of people have lined the streets of Richmond in anticipation of the arrival of Princess Anne, who will be in the town to take the salute as the Royal Corps of Signals exercises its Freedom of the town for the first time in 50 years.
The Princess Royal will take the salute as the Royal Corps of Signals exercises its Freedom of the town of Richmond, North Yorkshire for the first time in 50 years.
The 250 soldiers from 2nd Signal Regiment and 21 Signal Regiment both based in Imphal Barracks, York, 22 Signal Regiment based in Stafford and 30 Signal Regiment from Nuneaton accompanied by members of the Royal Signals Association will enter the Market Place from King Street led by the Band of the Royal Armoured Corps.
Two soldiers will receive their medals from the Princess Royal - one for operational service and one for accumulated campaign service.
The Duchess of Cambridge is suffering from severe morning sickness, the palace has said, after announcing her second pregnancy. The Duchess was admitted to hospital during her first pregnancy when she was carrying Prince George.
A Palace statement said: "As with her first pregnancy, The Duchess is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. Her Royal Highness will no longer accompany The Duke of Cambridge on their planned engagement in Oxford today. The Duchess is being treated by doctors at Kensington Palace."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child, the Palace has confirmed.
A statement said: "Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their second child."