Diane has been the landlady of the local pub for eleven years. Since moving in she has raised in excess of £20,000 for various charities such as H4H, Wakefield Hospice, Cancer Research and other local charities. She has also donated the premises for other people to raise tens of thousands of pounds for other charities. But her real inspiration is the community work she does. She has been a secretary for a local children`s football club, providing an outlet for people in the area. She was also on the committee of a residents` association which improved the area in which we live by supporting the community. Additionally, off her own back she has provided transport to hospital for elderly residents in the community when taxis could not. She has also on one occasion helped an elderly couple by providing a fridge when theirs failed. She also provides meals to residents of the local community on a Sunday if they are housebound for medical reasons to ensure that they have a home cooked meal at least once a week. I served in Iraq and was injured in 2006, on my return her pub served as my haven and safe place for my rehabilitation. I was made to feel welcome and the community spirit she instilled in her customers inspired me to recover and move on with my life, even though I had to face a life changing disability. She has improved the community we live in for everybody without any want for recognition. She is a legend.