A 90-year-old woman who has devoted her time to charity has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the New Year's Honours list.
After a spell in hospital Gwendoline Gellear decided to "do something not to be useless" and began making toys to raise funds for the doctors and nurses who looked after her.
Known as "Aunty Gwen", the volunteer is a regular visitor to Pinderfield Hospital School, where she was herself a patient when she was in her twenties.
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