A woman whose son was killed in a terrorist attack has been awarded for her charity work.

Marsha Gladstone established the Yoni Jesner Foundation after her son, Yoni, was killed in a terrorist attack in Tel Aviv in 2002 while he was on a gap year.

Now she has been award the Prime Minister's Points of Light award in Parliament for her dedication.

Finchley and Golders Green MP Mike Freer presented the award.

He said: "I am very pleased to be able to honour Marsha’s work by presenting this Points of Light award on behalf of the Prime Minister.

"She has turned a tragedy into something wonderful with the foundation which is helping thousands of young people play a greater part in their communities through volunteering and education."

The foundation is inspired by Yoni's dedication to volunteering, and young people who are engaged in social action with the foundation can win the Yoni Jesner Award after 20 hours of volunteering.

The Points of Light award was developed by 10 Downing Street in partnership with the programme of thee same name in America.