A new £9million care centre aimed at transforming care for the elderly has been named after Hull's 'Bee Lady'.
Jean Bishop, who is 95 and has raised £119,000 for the Age UK charity while wearing her trademark bee costume since 2000, has been honoured at the unveiling of the development in east Hull.
The integrated care centre - based on the site of the former David Lister School - will primarily treat elderly patients with long term conditions who have been referred to their GP as being at risk of hospital admission.
It will be open seven days a week in the hope of reducing the number of people unnecessarily admitted to hospital.
It will be known as The Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre when it is completed in April 2018.
The building also includes a home for Humberside Fire and Rescue Service's East Hull crew, which is currently based at the Southcoates Lane station.