A campaigner who fought for justice for the victims of the Hillsborough disaster has been awarded a CBE in the New Year Honours list.
Margaret Aspinall, whose son James was killed in the tragedy when he was 18 years old, has been awarded a CBE for services to the families of the 96 Liverpool fans who died that day.
Hillsborough Family Support Group chair Mrs Aspinall was, along with group president Trevor Hicks, the driving force in a decades-long legal battle which ended with the quashing of earlier inquest verdicts.
"I feel so humble about it," she said after hearing the news. "We are at the inquests at the moment and to me that's the most important thing, so I was in a dilemma - do you accept or do you not accept? Because so many people were involved in all this."
"Then I thought there could not be a nicer way to end the year, to accept it on behalf of all those people involved."
Fashion designer Mary Quant, whose parents are Welsh, has been made a Dame in the New Year's Honours list.
54 people in Wales have been recognised in the Queen's New Year Honours list for their contribution to society.
The creators of the Tower of London poppies, Joan Collins and Sheridan Smith are among those receiving awards in the New Year Honours list.