Nominations continue to roll in for our Person of the Week, the Times & Star feature which each week shines a spotlight on someone who has achieved something special.

That might be a milestone in their career, selfless service to the community, or just recognition for a simply amazing person who you think deserves applause.

Nominated this week is Hannah Haney who has worked throughout lockdown building her business of handmade dog bandanas.

Along with this this she turned her hand to making facial covering to help people during the pandemic.

Emma Stuart Has made the decision to nominate her saying: "Hannah is a young, girl who has in the last few months started her own initiative.

"She started out hand making dog/pet bandanas which was inspired by the love she has for her own four legged friend and it has since then spiralled into her producing endless animal accessories, pet birthday boxes and even hair scrunchies - for us humans.

"And more aptly recently, in line with demand she has started producing facial coverings, which can include filters.

"She works tirelessly advertising and promoting what she has to offer and even harder to make things to the highest standard for all humans and doggies that shop with her.

"There are dogs that model her pieces and seeing their photos brighten your day and are always sure to bring a smile to your face.

"Her quality handmade items which are produced from her own bedroom have been shipped all over the world following demand online.

"Alphy being the name of her own Labrador is the name of her business.

"I’m nominating Hannah because I’m very proud of her ambition and determination to take on something a bit different and creative which is inspired purely by her passion of providing for pets.

"Her attention to detail and endless efforts are admirable.

"After all, local and handmade businesses are really something to be proud of.