Five former Cambridgeshire County Councillors, who have given a total of around 100 years of public service between them, have been nominated to become Honorary Aldermen.
The nominations were made by Cambridgeshire party Group Leaders following the recent elections. The award is normally given to former Councillors who have served at least 20 years.
At least two thirds of the voting Members present at a meeting of the Council, confer the title of Honorary Alderman. This is usually bestowed on an individual who, in the opinion of the Council has rendered eminent service to the authority as a former Councillor.
The Council will vote on the nominations at their meeting on Tuesday, May 21.