A GIRL Guide who travelled to India to help schoolchildren with hearing problems has been honoured at the House of Lords for her pioneering community work.
Terri-Ann Morris, from Rotherham, was awarded the Queen’s Guide Award, the top accolade for Girl Guides, after embarking on a host of philanthropic projects.
As well as working in a school in Sangam, India, the 25-year-old has constructed a website to raise awareness of Crohn’s disease and created gardens for old people.
She was presented with the award by Baroness Judith Wilcox and Girlguiding UK chief Gill Slocombe.
Terri-Ann said: “Guiding have had a massive positive impact on my life. It has allowed me to travel abroad, increased my confidence and, most importantly I have made some amazing friends.”