Hull's Bee Lady is set to receive an award from the Lord Mayor recognising her work across the city.
Jean Bishop is best known for her black and yellow suit, raising thousands for charities in the city.
The Lord Mayor will be presenting the award at the council meeting at the Guildhall. It isn't the first time Jean has received an award, as Kingston Communications painted a phone box black and yellow in her honour.
The Lord Mayor of Hull, Bee Lady Jean Bishop and Hull X-Factor star Ryan Mathie are gearing up to switch on the city's Christmas lights tonight. They will be pressing the button to get the festive season off to a glittering start on the balcony of the City Hall.
Victoria Whittam reports on a brand new landmark in Hull. Yes everyone could soon be making a bee line for a special phone box and perhaps giving a certain lady a buzz.
She almost ran comedian David Walliams out of Hull when she thought he was stealing her patch, but today Pride Of Britain winner, Bee Lady, Jean Bishop got a landmark that clearly defines her spot.
One of the city's unique white phone boxes has been painted in black and yellow bumble bee stripes, to recognise the fund-raiser's achievements
Fresh from being honoured at last week's Pride of Britain Awards, Hull's "Bee Lady" Jean Bishop is being praised her home town.
One of the city's unque white phone boxes has been painted black and gold. The 91-year-old has raised 92 thousand pounds in loose change for charity over the last fourteen years.
Jean Bishop, who has earned the nickname of the Bee Lady of Hull for her charity work dressed as a bumble bee, is to be honoured in her home city.
Kingston Communcations , who operate the city's telephone system is to paint one of their unique white phone boxes black and gold.
Last week Jean was honoured at the Pride of Britain Awards for her charity work.