A RED Cross volunteer who gave up her free time for 58 years to help the charity in Sheffield has been honoured.
Pam Stinson, of Firth Park, died in November at the age of 77 and a training room at the Red Cross offices in Brightside Lane, Attercliffe has been named after her in recognition of her commitment to the charity. Family and friends attended the unveiling of a plaque.
She was also remembered with a one-minute round of applause before a Sheffield Steelers game at the Arena, where she was working a week before her death.
Red Cross operations director Ian Temple said: “Pam was an incredible volunteer and a lovely lady.”