Community stalwarts, business leaders and sporting personalities from the north and north-east have been recognised in the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Here are all of the people from northern Scotland being celebrated:
Order of the British Empire
Dr Frances Mary Walker: Artist and printmaker.
James Gordon: Services to the community in Alford.
Ann Ingram: Administrator, Ladybird Developmental Playgroup.
Isobel MacDonald: Services to charity and the community in Inverness.
Dr Julie McIlwaine: Services to healthcare in Cairngorms.
Moray Munro: Formerly co-ordinator, Crossroads Care.
Margaret Robertson: Musical director, Hjaltibonhoga.
Professor Emeritus Ian Russell: President, The North Atlantic Fiddle Convention.
Kathleen Anderson: Services to the community in Strathdon and Upper Donside.
Lorna Cresswell: Services to the community in Moray.
Charles Flint: Co-founder, Evergreens Table Tennis Club.
Normal Fraser: President, Ellon Branch Royal British Legion Scotland.
Norman Hutchison: Childline volunteer.
Sonia Inkster: Services to the community in Scalloway, Shetland Isles
Angus Maclean: Services to the community on the Isle of Harris.
Gordon Main: Coach, Nairn Road Runners.
Mairi McCallum: Services to the community in Moray.
Robert Ritchie: Chieftain, Newtonmore Camanachd Club.
Robert Shanks: Services to the Seaforth Highlanders Regimental Association and the community in Culloden, Inverness and Dingwall.
Pauline Stirling: For voluntary service to disability sport in Aberdeenshire.
Ian Thomson: Secretary, Lumphanan Branch Royal British Legion Scotland.
Duncan Denis Leece. For services to the community in Banffshire during Covid-19
Queen’s Police Medal
The Royal Victorian Order
Carol Elizabeth Margaret Kinghorn: Lord-Lieutenant of Kincardineshire.
Dr Monica Maitland Main: Lord- Lieutenant of Sutherland.
William Glyn Jones: Head ranger, Balmoral Estate.
Cameron Duncan Ormiston: Stock manager, Balmoral Estate.
Sylvia Battenberg Ormiston: Pony stud manager, Balmoral Estate.