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Queen’s birthday honours 2012 full list

Take That star Gary Barlow, actors Kate Winslet and Kenneth Branagh and the designer behind the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress are recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list today.

The list, which sees the re-introduction of the “working-class gong”, showcases the best of British artistic talent, with awards also going to actresses Jenny Agutter and Amanda Redman, and chart-topping choirmaster Gareth Malone.

And as Britain prepares for the Olympics, sporting stars are not forgotten, with golf world number one Luke Donald on the list as well as former Wales rugby international Shane Williams and former England goalkeeper David James.

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Antony Brian Baldry, For Public and Political Service. Oxfordshire

Peter Birkett, Chief executive, Barnfield College, Luton. For services to Further Education and the Academy Movement. Hertfordshire

Robin Bosher, Formerly Headteacher, Fairlawn Primary School, Haseltine Primary School, and Kilmorie Primary School, Lewisham. For services to Education. Kent

Michael Boyd, Artistic director, Royal Shakespeare Company. For services to Drama. Warwickshire

Kenneth Charles Branagh, For services to Drama and to the community in Northern Ireland. Berkshire

The Rt Hon Malcolm Gray Bruce, MP For Public and Political Service. Aberdeenshire

His Honour Judge Clive Vernon Callman, For services to Law, Education and Charity. London

Thomas Anthony Cunningham, MP For Public and Political Service. Cumbria

Charles William Dunstone, Founder and chairman, Carphone Warehouse Group. For services to the Mobile Communications Industry and to charity. London

Professor Richard John Evans, Regius Professor of History, University of Cambridge and president of Wolfson College, Cambridge. For services to Scholarship. Cambridgeshire

Peter Fahy, QPM Chief Constable, Greater Manchester Police. For services to Policing. Cheshire

Professor William Timothy Gowers, Royal Society Research Professor, Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge. For services to Mathematics. Cambridgeshire

Thomas Michael Sydney Hughes-Hallett, Chief executive, Marie Curie Cancer Care. For services to Palliative Care. London

Dr William Haughey, OBE For services to Business and Philanthropy. Glasgow

Professor Robert Ian Lechler, Vice Principal (Health), King’s College London, and Executive director, King’s Health Partners. For services to Academic Medicine. London

Professor James McDonald, Principal and vice-Chancellor, University of Strathclyde. For services to Education, Engineering and the Economy. Ayrshire and Arran

David McVicar, Director. For services to Opera. London

Dr Daniel Moynihan, Chief executive, The Harris Federation of South London Schools. For services to Education. London

Brian Walter Pomeroy, CBE For services to Financial Inclusion and to the Voluntary Sector. London

The Rt Hon George Reid, For services to Scottish Politics and Public Life. Stirling and Falkirk

Timothy Bartel Smit, To be made substantive. CXornwall

Michael John Howard Sterling, For services to Higher Education, Science and Engineering. Gloucestershire

Richard Henry Simpson Stilgoe, OBE, DL Philanthropist. For charitable services through the Alchemy Foundation. Surrey

ORDER OF THE BATH

KCB

Paul Christopher Jenkins, Chief executive and permanent secretary, Treasury Solicitor’s Department. London

CB

Richard Dennis, OBE For public service. London

Ms Helen Edwards, CBE Director-General, Justice Policy Group, Ministry of Justice. London

Richard Paul Hatfield, CBE Director-General, International, Strategy and Environment, Department for Transport. London

Edgar Frederick Jardine, Interim chief executive, Northern Ireland Policing Board. Down

Peter Edward Lewis, Chief executive Officer, Crown Prosecution Service. London

Mrs Miriam Catherine Rosen, Formerly Her Majesty’s chief inspector, Ofsted. For services to Education. Lancashire

Alan David Shannon, Permanent secretary, Department for Social Development, Northern Ireland Executive. Down

Professor Alan Leonard Winters, Formerly chief Economist, Department for International Development. East Sussex

ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER

KCVO

Lt Col Andrew Charles Ford, Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain’s Office.

Dr Donal Arthur John Keegan, OBE Lord-Lieutenant of Londonderry.

CVO

Mrs Paula Carolyn Diggle, CBE Treasury Officer of Accounts, HM Treasury.

Miss Leslie Jane Ferrar, Treasurer, Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Trefor Glyn Jones, CBE Lord-Lieutenant of Clwyd.

Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor The Duke of Westminster, KG, CB, OBE, TD, CD, DL Formerly Member of the Council, Duchy of Cornwall.

The Reverend Canon John Austin White, LVO Canon and vice Dean, St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.

LVO

Miss Helen Elizabeth Asprey, MVO Personal private secretary to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Henry of Wales.

Keith Roy Banham, MVO Farm manager, Sandringham Estate.

Lt Col Peter Guy Chamberlin, Lieutenant, Her Majesty’s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms.

Herbert Allen Le Roy, Formerly private secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.

Dr Alastair Neil Robertson Niven, OBE Principal, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Foundation of St. Catherine.

Jeremy Patrick Bagwell Purefoy, MVO Assistant secretary (Insignia), Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood.

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Roads, MVO Lyon Clerk and Keeper of the Records.

Dr Manon Bonner Williams, MVO Private secretary for Wales to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

MVO

John Christopher Allen, RVM Travelling Orderly, Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Inspector Robert Leslie Anderson, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.

Matthew Charles Arnoldi, Head of Protocol, Westminster Abbey.

Maj Alan Llewellyn Denman, MBE Superintendent, Windsor Castle.

Sgt Iain Roderick George, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.

James Goodall, Foreman, Windsor Castle.

Christopher Michael Gregory, Land Steward, Isles of Scilly, Duchy of Cornwall.

Gilbert James Harris, RVM Senior Gardener, Property Section, Royal Household.

Mrs Karin Elizabeth (Lisa) Heighway, Curator of Photographs, Royal Collection.

Roy Thomas Maloney, Formerly Hot Water Fitter, Property Section, Royal Household.

Mrs Sheila Ann Montgomery, Finance manager, Balmoral Estate.

Stephen John Martin Sheasby, Senior Gilding Conservator, Royal Collection.

Miss Nicola Williams, Pensions manager (designate) and Personnel manager, Royal Household.

Timothy John Williams, RVM Head Chauffeur, Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Toby David Zeegen, Information Technology Systems manager, Royal Household.

ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL

RVM

Peter Brooks, Caretaker, College of St. George, Windsor Castle.

Miss Veronica Victoria Cain, Dresser to The Princess Royal.

Norman John Dunn, Head Gardener, Government House, Canberra.

Div Sgt Maj John Frederick Mundy, The Queen’s Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.

Christopher Phelps, Gardener, Hampton Court Palace.

Graham Cornelius Sanderson, Head of Valley Gardens, Crown Estate, Windsor.

Miss Julie Katherine Weldon, Housekeeping assistant, Windsor Castle.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

GBE

Sir (Thomas) John Parker, For services to Industry and to the Voluntary Sector. Devon

DBE

Dr Mary Doreen Archer, Chair, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS. Cambridgeshire

Ms Zaha Hadid, CBE For services to Architecture. London

The Rt Hon Tessa Jane Jowell, For political and charitable services. London

Professor Julia Elizabeth King, CBE Vice-Chancellor, Aston University. For services to Higher Education and Technology. Cambridgeshire

Professor Tina Lavender, Professor of Midwifery, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester. For services to Midwifery. Merseyside

Miss Lucy Jeanne Neville-Rolfe, CMG Deputy Chair, British Retail Consortium and Executive director, Corporate and Legal Affairs, Tesco plc. For services to Industry and voluntary service. London

Mrs Theresa Sackler, Philanthropist. For services to the Arts. London

Professor Janet Maureen Thornton, CBE Director, European Bioinformatics Institute. For services to Bioinformatics. Hertfordshire

KBE

Charles Gerald John The Rt Hon the Earl Cadogan, DL Philanthropist. For charitable services. London

CBE

Professor Andreas Ntinou Adam, Professor of Interventional Radiology, St. Thomas’ Hospital, London. For services to Interventional Radiology. London

Mrs Lesley-Anne Alexander, Chief executive, Royal National Institute of Blind People and Chair, Association of chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations. For services to the Voluntary Sector. Middlesex

Michael Alexander Baker, Head of Benefits Centres, Benefits Directorate, Department for Work and Pensions. North Yorkshire

James Mark Bayley, Formerly chief executive, London and Continental Railways Ltd. For services to the Rail Industry. London

Joshua Adam Berger, President and managing director, Warner Bros UK. For services to the Creative Industries. London

Michael Berkeley, Composer and Broadcaster. For services to Music. London

Mrs Mary Berry, Cookery Writer and Broadcaster. For services to Culinary Arts. Buckinghamshire

Dr Irene Bishop, Co-director, Southwark Schools Learning Partnership and Headteacher, St. Saviour’s and St. Olave’s Church of England Secondary School. For services to Education. London

Tony Burton, Director, Civic Voice. For services to Planning, Local Government and Communities. London

Paul Michael Callaghan, Chairman, One North East Regional Development Agency. For services to the North East Region. Tyne and Wear

James Macrae Campbell, Director, Energy Development, Department of Energy and Climate Change. Aberdeenshire

Paul Stephen Carroll, Senior Civil Servant, HM Prison Service, Ministry of Justice. Kent

Professor Lorna Ann Casselton, Emeritus Professor of Fungal Genetics, University of Oxford. For services to Fungal Genetics and to International Science. Oxfordshire

Alexander Surtees Chancellor, For services to Journalism. Northamptonshire

Lady Susan Avril Chinn, For charitable services to Health and to the Arts. London

Dr Richard Henry Tudor Christophers, Founder, The Sixteen. For services to Music. Kent

Jeremy Charles Clarke, Chair, New Savoy Partnership. For services to Mental Health. London

Mrs Carole Cochrane, DL Ambassador and lately chief executive, The Princess Royal Trust for Carers. For services to Family Carers. Lancashire

Professor William Stuart Cole, For services to Transport. Cardiff

David Beresford Cragg, OBE Formerly national director of Development, Skills Funding Agency and Lately Deputy chairman, WorldSkills 2011. For services to Education and Skills. West Midlands

Nicholas Crichton, District Judge. For services to the Family Justice System. London

Adrian Kevin Curley, Formerly chief executive, National Association for Voluntary and Community Action. For services to the Voluntary and Community Sector. Derbyshire

David Daniels, Chief consultant, Sensors, Cobham Technical Services. For services to the Defence Industry. West Sussex

Paul Marcellous Elliott, MBE For services to Equality and Diversity in Football. London

Professor Jonathan Richard Ellis, Clerk Maxwell Professor of Theoretical Physics, King’s College London and Scientist, CERN. For services to Science and Technology. Overseas

Ms Maria Delfina Entrecanales, For services to the Arts. London

Dr James Austin Ferguson, Senior Civil Servant, permanent secretary for Tax Group (Central Policy), London, HM Revenue and Customs. Surrey

Stuart John Fraser, Chairman, Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Corporation. For services to the City of London. London

Michael John Fuhr, OBE Commercial Adviser, Department for Transport. Berkshire

Ms Mary Jane Furniss, Chief executive Officer, Independent Police Complaints Commission. For services to Justice and Policing. London

Professor Christopher John Gaskell, Principal, Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. For services to Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture. Gloucestershire

Professor Duncan Mackay Geddes, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Royal Brompton Hospital, London. For services to Medical Research, Charity and Education. London

Mrs Marion Olive Gibbs, Co-director, Southwark Schools Learning Partnership and Headteacher, James Allen’s Girls’ School, Southwark, London. For services to Education. London

Robert Ian Neilson Gordon, DL Leader, Hertfordshire County Council. For services to Local Government. Hertfordshire

Michael Grabiner, Formerly chairman, Partnerships for Schools. For services to Education. London

Professor Monica Mary Grady, Professor of Planetary and Space Science, Open University. For services to Space Science. Buckinghamshire

Professor Ian Richard Hargreaves, Professor of Digital Economy, Cardiff University. For services to the Creative Economy and Higher Education. Cardiff

Peter Hay, President, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services. For services to Social and Health Care. West Midlands

Professor Janet Hemingway, FRS Director, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. For services to the Control of Tropical Disease Vectors. Merseyside

Eric Douglas Hepburn, Formerly chief Operating Officer, 10 Downing Street. Overseas

Mrs Victoria Mary Taylor Heywood, Executive director, Royal Shakespeare Company. For services to Drama. London

Ms Emma Hill, Creative director, Mulberry. For services to the British Fashion Industry. London

Ms Susan Hill, Author. For services to Literature. Gloucestershire

Professor Mary Longstaff Jacobus, Professor of English and director, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge. For services to Literary Scholarship. Overseas

David John Jeans, For services to Life Science, Healthcare and Science. Buckinghamshire

Ms Clare Jones, Joint chief executive, WomenCentre. For services to Vulnerable Women. West Yorkshire

Patricia Jones, Formerly director, Prisoners’ Education Trust. For services to Offender Learning. Surrey

Owen Griffith Ronald Jones, Executive chairman, Tinopolis. For services to the Media Industry. Carmarthenshire

Peter Keen, OBE Special Adviser, UK Sport. For services to Sport. Hertfordshire

Mrs Ruth Laird, For public and voluntary service. Down

Miss Catherine Lee, Justice Policy director, Ministry of Justice. London

Professor Tak Hong Lee, Director, MRC and Asthma UK Centre, Allergic Mechanisms of Asthma, King’s College London and Imperial College London. For Research in Asthma and Allergy. Overseas

Professor Irene May Leigh, OBE Formerly vice Principal for Research and head of College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing, University of Dundee. For services to Medicine. London

Professor Jack Lohman, Formerly director, Museum of London. Overseas

Duncan MacNiven, TD Formerly Registrar General for Scotland. Edinburgh

Bernadette Malone, Chief executive, Perth and Kinross Council. For services to Local Government. Perth and Kinross

Kit Martin, For services to Conservation. Norfolk

Dr Michael Campbell McCafferty, OBE Senior Civil Servant, head of Counter Terrorism and UK Operational Policy, Operations Directorate, Ministry of Defence. Hampshire

Professor Hilary McCallion, Director of Nursing, South London and the Maudsley. For services to Nursing. Surrey

Professor Kathleen McCourt, Dean, School of Health, Community and Education Studies, Northumbria University. For services to Nursing. Tyne and Wear

Kevin Charles Patrick McGinty, Deputy director-General and director of Criminal Law, Attorney General’s Office. London

Lady Catherine Irene Jacqueline Meyer, Founder and chief executive, Parents and Abducted Children Together. For services to Children and Families. London

Jeremy Middleton, Formerly chairman, Conservative National Convention. For Political and charitable services. Tyne and Wear

Mrs Karen Middleton, Chief Health Professions Officer, Department of Health. Hertfordshire

Dr Jennifer Iris Rachel Montagu, LVO Honorary Fellow, Warburg Institute. For services to Art History. London

Professor David Michael Garrood Newbery, Emeritus Professor of Applied Economics, University of Cambridge. For services to Economics. Cambridgeshire

Dr Leonard John Patrick O’Hagan, DL Chairman, Belfast Harbour Commissioners. For services to the Ports Industry, the Economy and Tourism in Northern Ireland. Down

Joseph Alexander Patrick, DL Philanthropist. For charitable services. Warwickshire

Mrs Christine Pollock, Executive director, Learning and Leisure Services, North Lanarkshire Council. For services to Education. Glasgow

Robert Reitemeier, Formerly chief executive, The Children’s Society. For services to Children. Hertfordshire

The Rt Hon Peter John Robert Riddell, For services to Journalism and for public service. London

Dr Gordon Rintoul, Director, the National Museums of Scotland. For services to the Museum Sector. Edinburgh

Ms Lisa Rodrigues, Chief executive, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS. East Sussex

Timothy John Denis Rollinson, Director-General and Deputy Chair, Forestry Commission. Edinburgh

Mrs Maxine Room, Principal, Lewisham College. For services to Further Education and to Race and Gender Equality. London

Professor Christopher John Rudge, Formerly National Clinical director for Transplantation and consultant in Renal Transplantation. For services to Transplantation and Organ Donation. Kent

Dr Peter Rundell, Senior Representative, Libya, Department for International Development. London

Ms Ann Santry, Chief executive, Sovereign Housing Association. For services to Social Housing. Berkshire

Dr Michael John Short, For services to the Mobile Communications Industry. London

Colin Smith, Director, Engineering and Technology, Rolls-Royce plc. For services to UK Engineering. Derbyshire

Richard Alfred Soper, Chief executive Officer, Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd. For services to the Heating and Renewable Technologies Industries. Worcestershire

Dr Cornelia Sorabji, Deputy chief of the Assessments Staff. London

Alistair Spalding, Chief executive and Artistic director, Sadler’s Wells. For services to Dance. London

Ms Penelope Thompson, Chief executive, General Social Care Council. For services to Social Care. London

Mrs Shaheen Unis, DL For services to Business and Community Relations. Edinburgh

Robert Adrian Joseph Waddingham, For services to the Actuarial and Pensions Professions. Buckinghamshire

Dr David Walton, For services to charity and the community in Glasgow. Glasgow

Professor Harriet Ward, Research Professor and director, Centre for Child and Family Research. For services to Children and Families. Nottinghamshire

Mrs Elaine June Way, Chief executive, Western Health and Social Care Trust. For services to Healthcare. Londonderry

Professor Paul William Wellings, Formerly vice-Chancellor, University of Lancaster. For services to Higher Education. Overseas

Professor Julie Williams, Cardiff University. For services to Alzheimer’s Disease Research. Cardiff

Michael Sumner Wilson, For services to the Insurance Industry and to Charity. London

Ms Kate Elizabeth Winslet, Actress. For services to Drama. London

Ian Winter, Deputy director for Social Care and Partnerships, Department of Health. For services to Social Care. London

Professor Alison Wolf, Sir Roy Griffiths Professor of Public Sector Management, King’s College London. For services to Education. London

Ms Elizabeth Jane Woodeson, Director, Health and Wellbeing Division, Department of Health.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Michael Adams, Chief executive, Essex Coalition of Disabled People. For services to Disabled People.

Ms Jennifer Ann Agutter, For charitable services. London

Michael John Allen, Formerly Chair, Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts. For services to Wildlife Conservation. Cambridgeshire

Councillor Joseph Anderson, Leader, Liverpool City Council. For services to Local Government and the community. Merseyside

Jameson Ross Andrew, For services to Charity. Edinburgh

Dr Norman Apsley, Chief executive, Northern Ireland Science Park. For services to Science and Economic Development. Down

Kwame Kwei-Armah, Playwright, director and Actor. For services to Drama. London

Leonard Thomas Arnold, For services to Gymnastics. Kent

Malcolm Arnold, For services to Athletics. Wiltshire

Mrs Yvonne Arnold, For services to Gymnastics. Kent

Ms Gillian Attrill, Head, Commissioning Strategies Group, National Offenders Management Service. East Sussex

Professor Clive Elton Badman, Vice-president, Investigational Material Supply, GlaxoSmithKline. For services to the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Industry and Sustainable Development. Kilmarnock, Ayrshire and Arran

Mrs Lorraine Ingrid Baldry, Chair, Olympic Delivery Authority Planning Committee. For services to Planning and Regeneration. London

Mrs Gillian Ball, Finance director, University of Birmingham. For services to Higher Education. West Midlands

Peter Michael Barber, Head of Map Collections, British Library. For services to Cartography and Topography. London

Gary Barlow, For services to the Entertainment Industry and to Charity. London

Ms Edith Jane Beaver, District manager, Mercia District, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. Worcestershire

Mrs Rita Shirley Beckwith, Co-owner and chief executive Officer, City Cruises plc. For services to the Leisure and Tourism Industry and the Regeneration of London’s Docklands. London

Ms Kay Bedford, Headteacher, Swiss Cottage Specialist SEN School. For services to Education. London

Norman Graeme Hylton Bell, For services to the Town and Country Planning Association. Hertfordshire

Miss Brenda May Billington, Formerly consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Reading. For services to Ophthalmology. Berkshire

Dr Alison Jane Birkinshaw, Principal, York College and chairman, Further Education Reputation Strategy Group. For services to Further Education. Lancashire

John Dexter Bishop, For services to Agriculture and to the community in Berkshire. Berkshire

Matthew Bishop, Volunteer and Board Member, Child Exploitation and Online Protection. For services to the Protection of Children Online. Overseas

Dr Robert Mark Bloomfield, Head, Special Projects and Innovation, National History Museum. For services to Science. London

Dr Peter William Bonfield, Chief executive, BRE. For services to Research and Innovation in the Construction Industry. Hertfordshire

Dr Ian Cuthbert Bradley, For services to People with Special Needs in Pontesford, Shrewsbury and to Healthcare in Tanzania. Shropshire

William Brake, For services to Business and Charity in Kent. Kent

John Remfry Brookes, For voluntary and public service. Buckinghamshire

Mrs Patricia Brown, For public service. London

Miss Rebecca Buckingham, Formerly head of Justice and Rule of Law, Helmand Provincial Reconstruction Team, Department for International Development. Surrey

Dr Olive Buckley, General Practitioner and Chair, Sexual Assualt Referral Centre Steering Group. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Ms Anne Bulford, Chief Operating Officer, Channel 4. For services to Broadcasting. London

Dr Michael Anthony Bull, For services to Sport and to Charity. Down

Mrs Sarah Burton, Creative director, Alexander McQueen. For services to the British Fashion Industry. London

Richard Callicott, For services to Volleyball. West Midlands

Peter John Campbell, For Political Service. London

James Thomas Carlson, For services to Combating Homelessness. London

Peter William Mark Carroll, Nuclear Security Principal, UK Global Threat Reduction Programme. For services to Global Nuclear Security. Argyll and Bute

Dr Nigel Carter, Chief executive, British Dental Health Foundation, Warwickshire. For services to Dental and Oral Health. Surrey

Mrs Jean MacLellan-Chlebowska, Divisional head, Adult Care and Support Division, Scottish Government. Edinburgh

Mrs Catherine Christie, Director, South West Young People, Young People’s Learning Agency. For services to Young People. Somerset

Adrian Paul Clark, Formerly Cardiff Location director and chief Operating Officer for Protection, Legal and General Assurance Society Ltd. For services to the Financial Services Sector. Monmouthshire

Patrick Clarke, Director of Operations, UK Power Networks. For services to Black and Minority Ethnic Youth Mentoring. London

Dr Deborah Cohen, Senior Medical Research Fellow, Cardiff University. For services to Occupational Health. South Glamorgan

Dr Timothy Frederick Coles, Project director, Operation Wallacea Ltd. For services to Environmental Conservation. Lincolnshire

Mrs Vivien Ann Cooper, Founder and Chair of Trustees, The Challenging Behaviour Foundation. For services to People with Severe Learning Disabilities and their Families. Kent

Aidan Keith Cotter, HM Coroner, Birmingham and Solihull. For services to the Bereaved and the Coronial System. Staffordshire

Ms Alison Cox, For services to the community in the UK and overseas. Norfolk

Sean Cox, Project Lead, Sponsored Academy Projects, Department for Education. London

Antony Martin Dean, Head of Product Design, Identity and Passport Service, Home Office. Surrey

Ms Bonnie Dean, Chief executive, Bristol & Bath Science Park. For services to Design, Technology and Innovation. Somerset

Patrick Dempsey, For services to the Hotel Industry. Buckinghamshire

Patricia Denham, Vice Principal and Deputy CEO, South Devon College. For services to Further Education.

Peter George Taylor Denison, Chairman, Stepping Stones Trust. For services to the Rehabilitation of Offenders. West Sussex

Dr Anne Regina Douglas, For services to the Health of Asylum Seekers and Refugees. Glasgow

Colin Irwin John Hamilton Drummond, Chief executive, Viridor Waste. For services to Technology and Innovation. Somerset

Ian Duckmanton, Manager, Poppylands Sure Start Children’s Centres, Norfolk. For services to Children and Families. Norfolk

Professor Conor Finbar Duggan, Emeritus Professor of Forensic Mental Health, University of Nottingham and head of Research and Development, Partnerships in Care. For services to Mental Health. Nottinghamshire

Mrs Cheryl Dunn, Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. Staffordshire

Mrs Karen Dawn Edwards, For services to the voluntary sector in the UK. Greater Manchester

Mrs Marsha Carey-Elms, JP Formerly Executive Headteacher, Kendrick School and Reading Girls’ School, Reading. For services to Education. Berkshire

Professor Peter Elwood, Honorary Professor, Cardiff University. For services to Health. Cardiff

Michael Robert Nesbit Evans, For voluntary service to St. John Ambulance. West Midlands

Mrs Zarin Hainsworth Fadaei, Founder, Naserian. For services to Women and Equality. Gloucestershire

Mrs Julia Feast, Policy, Research and Development consultant for the British Association for Adoption and Fostering. For services to Children and Families. London

Robert Andrew Fletcher, Philanthropist. For charitable services in Bath. Somerset

Professor James Stewart Forsyth, Chairman, Neonatal Expert Advisory Group. For services to Children’s Health in Scotland. Dundee

Dr Jennifer Margaret Freeman, Director, Historic Chapels Trust. For services to Heritage. London

Jerome Frost, Head of Design and Regeneration, Olympic Delivery Authority. For services to Regeneration. London

Ian Stuart Galloway, Programme director and chief executive Officer, CLM Delivery Partner, Olympic Delivery Authority. For services to the Construction Industry. Surrey

Edward Gardner, Music director, English National Opera. For services to Music. London

Peter James Garrod, Formerly head, Lancashire Adult Learning. For services to Further Education. Lancashire

Professor John Gaventa, For services to Oxfam. Overseas

David Gilbert, Director of Regeneration, Carmarthenshire County Council. For services to Regeneration and Skills and to the community in West Wales. Swansea

Mrs Anna Gill, Formerly Co-Chair, Norfolk Children’s Learning Difficulty and Disability Board. For services to Disabled Children and Families. Norfolk

Richard William Gleave, For services to Ballroom Dancing. Surrey

Miss Bridget Josephine Glendinning, Principal, Single Farm Payments, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Northern Ireland Executive. Londonderry

John Michael Glover, For services to Water Polo. Greater Manchester

Professor Peter Taylor-Gooby, Professor for Social Policy, University of Kent. For services to Social Science. Kent

Dr Dougal Jocelyn Goodman, Chief executive, The Foundation for Science and Technology. For services to Science. Cambridgeshire

Ms Polly Gowers, For services to Philanthropy in the UK. Worcestershire

Prem Goyal, For services to the Economy and Promoting Charitable Giving. London

John Alexander Graham, Principal, Belfast Model School for Girls. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Mrs Debra Jean Green, For services to Community Cohesion. Greater Manchester

Miss Felicity Green, For services to Journalism. London

Martin Lewis Green, Chief executive, English Community Care Association. For services to Social Care. London

David Michael Griffiths, Formerly Headteacher, Cardiff High School. For services to Education in Cardiff. Cardiff

Keith Hamill, Pro-Chancellor and Lately president of Council, University of Nottingham. For services to Business and Higher Education. London

Kamal Hanif, Headteacher, Waverley School, Birmingham. For services to Education. West Midlands

Jeremy Thomas Hardcastle, Vice-president, Nissan Technical Centre Europe. For services to the UK Automotive Industry. Buckinghamshire

Councillor James Harker, Leader, Northamptonshire County Council. For services to Civic Society and to the Economy in Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire

Willem Cornelis Hart, Inspector of Marine Accidents, Department for Transport. Hampshire

Ms Sahar Hashemi, Entrepreneur. For services to the UK Economy and to Charity. London

Daniel John Hawkes, Avionics Systems Specialist, Civil Aviation Authority. For services to Aviation Safety. Surrey

Peter Hawkins, Human Development Team Leader, Department for International Development. Oxfordshire

Miss Lynne Head, Head of Organisational Change Programme, Home Office Science. Hertfordshire

Ms Sarah Elizabeth Hearn, For services to the International Programme and Development Team, Afghanistan, Department for International Development. East Sussex

Brig Charles William Peter Hobson, For services to the Royal Marines Association. London

Professor Margaret Ellen Hodson, Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Imperial College and Royal Brompton Hospital, London. For services to Respiratory Medicine. London

Keith Michael Holder, Head, Central Service Management Division, Education Standards Directorate, Department for Education. Surrey

Professor Sian Hope, Executive director of Innovation and Professor of Computer Science, Bangor University. For services to Innovation and Computing. Anglesey

Christopher Wyndham Hughes, Senior Independent director, Board of the Pension Protection Fund. For services to Pension Protection. West Midlands

David Charles Hypher, DL For charitable services. Surrey

Armando Giovanni Iannucci, For services to Broadcasting. Hertfordshire

The Reverend Leslie Worrell Isaac, For services to Community Cohesion through Street Pastors. London

Philip Alexander Jamieson, Formerly Headteacher, Alsop High School, Technology and Applied Learning Specialist College, Liverpool. For services to Education. Merseyside

James Frederick Jarvie, Head, Criminal and Financial Investigation, UK Border Agency. Suffolk

Professor Ashraf Jawaid, Deputy vice Chancellor (External Relations), University of Bedfordshire. For services to Higher Education. Northamptonshire

Mrs Alexandrina Jay, Chief Social Work Adviser, Directorate for Children and Families, Scottish Government. Glasgow

Brian Peter Jennins, For charitable services and to the Landscape Industry in the North West. Merseyside

Col Ewart Alan Jolley, TD, DL For services to the community in North West England. Lancashire

Aidan Jones, Formerly chief executive, WorldSkills London 2011. For services to Skills. Essex

Andrew John Jowett, Chief executive, Performances Birmingham Symphony Hall and Town Hall. For services to Music. Worcestershire

Mrs Anna Domenica Kennedy, Co-Founder, Hillingdon Manor School, and Founder, annakennedyonline. For services to Special Needs Education and Autism. London

Edward Kidd, For services to the Charitable Giving Sector in the UK. East Sussex

Beeban Tania Kidron Of Angel, Baroness. Film director. For services to Drama. London

John King, Operational Learning manager, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. West Midlands

Matthew Robert King, For services to People with Disabilities and to Charity. Bedfordshire

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL

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OBE

Professor George Robert Kinghorn, Consultant, Genito-Urinary Medicine, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield. For services to Genito-Urinary Medicine. South Yorkshire

Jonathon Jason Kingsley, Chief executive Officer, Creative director and Co-Founder of Rebellion. For services to the Economy. Oxfordshire

Mrs Milica Kitson, Chief executive, Constructing Excellence in Wales. For services to the Construction Industry in Wales. Newport

William Knight, Director, Financial Reporting Council. For services to Financial Regulation. London

Angela Dorothy Krokou, Chair, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Mental Health. London

Ms Brenda Mary Last, For services to Dance. London

David Charles Lawrence, Principal and chief executive, Easton College. For services to Land-Based Further and Higher Education in Norfolk. Norfolk

John Paul Lee, For services to the City of Newcastle upon Tyne. Northumberland

Michael Julius Leek, For services to Sport for Disabled Children and to the community in Solihull and Birmingham. West Midlands

Ms Sally Lewis, Chief executive Officer, Avon and Somerset Probation Trust. For services to Public Protection and Reducing Reoffending. Somerset

David William Liddell, Director, Scottish Drugs Forum. For services to Disadvantaged People in Scotland. Edinburgh

Ms Tasmin Little, Violinist. For services to Music. London

Professor Mary Joy Lovegrove, Formerly head, Allied Health Sciences, London South Bank University. For services to Allied Health Care. Kent

Eric Low, Chief executive, Myeloma UK. For services to Charity. East Lothian

Matthew Lugg, Director, Environment and Transport, Leicestershire County Council. For services to Local Government. Lincolnshire

James Andrew Lumb, For Political Service. West Yorkshire

Alexander Allan MacDonald, Formerly Convener of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar. For services to Local Government and the community in the Western Isles. Western Isles

Ms Joanna MacGregor, Pianist. For services to Music. London

Roderick James MacGregor, For services to the Economy and to the community in the Highlands and Islands. Inverness-shire

Mrs Jacqueline Maclean, Headteacher, Shortlees Primary School, Nursery and Family Centre, Kilmarnock. For services to Education and the community in East Ayrshire. Ayr, Ayrshire and Arran

Gareth Malone, Choirmaster and Broadcaster. For services to Music. London

Miss Jean Marsh, For services to Drama. London

Stephen Lawton Marshall, Formerly Headteacher, St. Julian’s School, Newport. For services to Education and to the community in South East Wales. Newport

Mrs Dina Martin, Headteacher, Firs Hill Community Primary School, Sheffield. For services to Education. South Yorkshire

Dr Carl Nicholas Mayers, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence. Wiltshire

Brendan Michael McCartan, Senior Principal Veterinary Officer, Veterinary Service, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Northern Ireland Executive. Belfast

Mrs Jacqueline Ann McCormick, Sure Start Children’s Centre Locality manager, West Northumberland. For services to Children and Families. Northumberland

Iain McGeoch, Chairman and managing director, M&Co. For services to Business and to Charity in Scotland. Renfrewshire

Alistair Martin McMillan, For charitable services in the North West of England. Cheshire

Dennis George Minnis, Honorary Alderman. For services to Community Cohesion and to charity in Birmingham, West Midlands. West Midlands

Ms Ruth Miskin, Founder, Read Write Inc. For services to Education. London

Andrew Gregory Moore, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence. Berkshire

Simon Moores, Founder, Ellerdale Trust and supporter, NSPCC. For services to Children. Norfolk

Christopher David Morecroft, Formerly Adviser and former Principal, Worcester College of Technology. For services to Further Education. Gloucestershire

John Dennis Mowbray, Director of Corporate Affairs, Northumbrian Water Limited. For services to the Water Industry and to Charity. Tyne and Wear

Professor Gordon Murray, Formerly chairman of Management (Entrepreneurship), University of Exeter Business School. For services to Business. Devon

Ms Sara Elizabeth Murray, Chief executive Officer, buddi, and Board Member, Technology Strategy Board. For services to Entrepreneurship and Innovation. London

Tom Crighton Murray, Director of Legal Services and Applications, The Scottish Legal Aid Board. For services to the Legal System in Scotland. Fife

Mrs Carole Mary Nash, DL Philanthropist. For charitable services in North West England. Greater Manchester

Julian Peter Neale, For services to the Stabilisation Unit, HM Government. London

Benjamin Nealon, For services to Pump Aid, Africa. East Sussex

Professor Judith Alice Newman, Professor of American Studies, University of Nottingham. For services to Scholarship. Nottinghamshire

James Niblett, International Policy director, Ofcom. For services to Telecommunications. London

Mrs Mary Nicol, Formerly head of HR Strategy and Policy, Scottish Parliament. For public and voluntary service. Edinburgh

Michael Nunn, Co-founder, the Ballet Boyz. For services to Dance. London

Michael Samuel Oakes, Formerly Principal, South Downs College. For services to Further Education. Devon

Mrs Patricia O’Brien, Formerly Headteacher, English Martyrs Primary School, Sefton. For services to Education. Merseyside

Michael Roderick Oliver, DL Chairman, Oliver Valves. For services to the Valve Industry. Greater Manchester

Ms Ruth Owen, Chief executive, Whizz-Kidz, London. For services to Disabled Children and Young People. London

Miss Elaine Marguirite Padmore, Formerly director of Opera, Royal Opera House. For services to Music. London

Mrs Kathleen Paintin, Founder and Chair, North West Network. For services to Special Needs Education. Lancashire

Philip Eraclis Papard, HM Principal Inspector of Health and Safety, Health and Safety Executive. Lancashire

Mrs Carole Patricia Patey, For services to Heritage and Arts Fundraising. London

Jeremy Peat, Director, David Hume Institute. For services to Business and Public Service in Scotland. Midlothian

Mrs Alison Jane Perry, Managing director, Triangle Builders Ltd, Liverpool and Chair, National Federation of Builders. For services to the Construction Industry. Merseyside

Jonathan Mark Phillips, Formerly director, Adult Social Services, Calderdale Council. For services to Social Care. West Yorkshire

Professor Alison Phipps, Professor of Languages and Inter-cultural Studies, University of Glasgow. For services to Education and Inter-Cultural and Inter-Religious Relations. Glasgow

Ms Victoria Pomery, Director, Turner Contemporary. For services to the Arts. Kent

Ms Sally Potter, Director. For services to Film. London

Derrick Arthur Langley Price, Senior Investigating Officer, DEFRA Investigation Services and Counsellor, CRUSE Bereavement Care UK. Gwent

Mrs Manjit Rai, Headteacher, North Beckton Primary School, Newham. For services to Education. London

Harcharanjit Singh (Channi Singh) Rapal, For services to Bhangra Music, Charity and to the community in Hounslow, West London.

Anthony Edward Redsell, Farmer. For services to the UK Hops Industry. Kent

Andrew John Reed, For services to the community and to Sport in Leicestershire. Leicestershire

Nigel Reeder, Chief executive, Judicial Appointments Commission. Surrey

Patrick Regan, Founder and Leader, XLP Youth Charity, London. For services to Young People. London

John Nigel Reynolds, Vice-president, Save The Children. For services to Save The Children. Perth and Kinross

Ms Sally Reynolds, Co-Founder and lately chief executive, Social Firms UK. For services to Equality in the Labour Market. Surrey

Dr Paul Rice, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence. Wiltshire

Anthony Howard Norman Roberts, For services to the Medical Field, Ornithology and to the community in the Isle of Wight. Isle of Wight

Professor Peter David Roberts, Formerly head of Plasma Physics Science and Technology, AWE Aldermaston. For services to the Defence Industry. Berkshire

James Mcintyre Robertson, For services to the House of Commons. Surrey

Nancy Robson, For services to Consumers, Food Safety and Public Health. Moray

Anthony George Edward Rowe, For services to Business, Sport and Charity in Exeter, Devon. Devon

Ms Elizabeth Jane Ryder, Formerly chief executive, Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator. For services to the Arts and Charity in Scotland. Edinburgh

Peter Nicholas Salussolia, For services to the Hospitality Industry. London

Professor Alastair Duncan Scotland, Formerly Medical director, National Clinical Assessment Service. For services to Public Health. Surrey

Dr Bhaskar Sengupta, Reader in Civil Engineering at Queen’s University Belfast. For services to Higher Education and International Environmental Research. Belfast

Professor Ian Alexander Shanks, Chairman, Science Advisory Group for the National Physical Laboratory. For services to Innovation. Dundee

Professor Peter Frederick Sharp, Professor of Medical Physics, University of Aberdeen. For services to Healthcare Science. Aberdeen

Mrs Kshama Shore, Deputy head, Debt Management and Banking, Northampton, HM Revenue and Customs. Warwickshire

Professor Iqbal Singh, Consultant, Geriatrician and Professor, Ethnicity and Health, Lancashire. For services to the NHS. Lancashire

Colin Frank Skellett, Executive chairman, Wessex Water. For services to Business and to WaterAid. Somerset

Nicholas Skelton, Show Jumper. For services to Equestrian Sport. Warwickshire

Jeffrey Kenneth Smith, Customer Champion, Business Tax Programme, Telford, HM Revenue and Customs. Shropshire

Peter Leslie Smith, For services to the Mountain Search and Rescue Service in England and Wales. Greater Manchester

Ms Emma Solomon, Founder, Silver Surfers’ Day and managing director, Digital Unite. For services to Digital Inclusion. Hampshire

John Joseph William Speirs, Vice-president (Asia), Ensinger. For services to Advanced Material and Manufacturing in Wales. Cardiff

Dr Amanda Squires, Physiotherapist. For services to Healthcare for Older People in London. London

Mrs Lesley Steele, Headteacher, St. Aidan’s Church of England Primary, Gateshead. For services to Education. Tyne and Wear

Mrs Rita Stringfellow, Trustee, Family Rights Group and the Daycare Trust. For services to Children and Families. Tyne and Wear

Paul Strong, Formerly Headteacher, William Farr (Church of England) Comprehensive School, Welton, Lincolnshire. For services to Education. Lincolnshire

Gary Sullivan, For services to the Regeneration of Thames Gateway South Essex. Essex

Dr Nina Sweet, Organics Sector Specialist, Waste and Resources Action Programme. For services to the Waste Industry. Buckinghamshire

Hilary Edwena Thomas, Registrar and director, Full-Time Curriculum, National Film and Television School. For services to Higher Education. Buckinghamshire

Miss Peninah Thomson, For services to Women and Equality. London

Nicholas Tooby, Senior manager, Personal Tax Operations, Leicester, HM Revenue and Customs. Warwickshire

William Morell Lindon Travers, Chief executive Officer, Born Free Foundation. For services to Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare. Surrey

Peter Trevelyan, Expert Information Technology Analyst, Meteorological Office. Devon

William James Piper Trevitt, Co-founder, the Ballet Boyz. For services to Dance. Surrey

Richard Charles Turner, Senior Inspector of Ancient Monuments, Welsh Government. Vale of Glamorgan

Mrs Belle Tutaev, Founder and Trustee, Pre-School Learning Alliance. For services to Children and Families. Bristol

Ms Wendy Arnon Van Den Hende, Formerly chief executive, Personal Finance Education Group. For services to Finance Education. Buckinghamshire

Edward Vernon, Board Member, Invest NI. For services to Economic Development in Northern Ireland. Belfast

Patrick Phillip Vernon, For services to the Reduction of Health Inequalities for Ethnic Minorities. London

Ernest Herbert Vincent, Chief executive, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre Executive Agency. For services to the Exhibition Industry. London

Edmond William Warner, For services to British Athletics. Surrey

Lawrence Waterman, Head of Health and Safety, Olympic Delivery Authority. For services to Occupational Health and Safety. London

Philip John Weaver, Chairman, Professional Golfers Association. For services to Sport. West Midlands

Professor Jeffrey Weeks, Research Professor, London South Bank University. For services to Social Science. London

Ms Jacqueline Westlake, Team Leader, Big Society Team, Department for Communities and Local Government. Kent

Ms Kim Julie White, Police Constable, Kent Police. For services to Policing and the Gypsy Community. Kent

Terry Bertram Wilkins, Strategic Volunteer and Project Co-ordinator, Dorset Police. For service to Policing. Berkshire

Graham Wilson, For services to the Retail Markets Industry. West Yorkshire

The Rt Hon Robert Rickaby Winter, Formerly Lord Provost of Glasgow. For services to Local Government and to the community in Glasgow. Glasgow

Mrs Linda Wishart, Head, Knowledge and Information Management, Department of Health and Government head of Profession for Librarians and Information Specialists. Kent

Mrs Sarah Elizabeth Wolfensohn, For services to Animal Welfare. Wiltshire

Albert Woods, For services to Canoeing. Nottinghamshire

Mark Wright, For public service. London

Simon Alistair Wright, Director of Infrastructure and Utilities, Olympic Delivery Authority. For services to the Construction Industry.

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MBE

Hamish Telfer Adam, For services to Karate. Midlothian

Professor John Charles Adams, Vice-president, National Governors’ Association and School Governor, Harrogate High School. For services to Education. North Yorkshire

Richard Arthur Adams, For voluntary service to SSAFA Forces Help in the West Midlands. West Midlands

William Adie, Welfare Officer, Methlick Royal British Legion. For services to the community in Methlick, Aberdeenshire. Aberdeenshire

Richard Thomas Adlem, For services to the community in Sixpenny Handley, Dorset. Wiltshire

John Richard Akker, Executive secretary, Council for Assisting Refugee Academics. For services to Academic Refugees and Exiles. Essex

Kenneth Allan, For services to the Royal Society of Chemistry. Berkshire

Ms Muriel Rose Allen, For services to the community in Southsea, Hampshire. Hampshire

Kenneth Reginald Allinson, Chief executive, Richmond YMCA. For services to Young People in Richmond, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

Professor Nigel Martin Allinson, Distinguished Professor of Image Engineering, University of Lincoln. For services to Engineering. Lincolnshire

Miss Margaret Alphonsi, Saracens and England Rugby Player. For services to Rugby. London

Robert Arnott, Founder Member, Northern Ireland Kidney Research Fund and Transplant Games. For services to Kidney Research in Northern Ireland. Belfast

Alex Arthur, For services to Boxing. Edinburgh

Derek Ashcroft, JP For services to the community in Skelmersdale, Lancashire. Lancashire

Peter Nigel Ashcroft, Project director, Next Generation Broadband Cornwall. For services to Economic Regeneration in Cornwall. Cornwall

Miss April Ashley, Actress and Campaigner. For services to Transgender Equality. London

Qari Muhammad Asim, Member, Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board. For services to Inter-Faith Relations and the community in Leeds. West Yorkshire

Mrs Rachel Mary Axford, Leader, Treborth Riding for the Disabled. For services to Disabled People in North Wales. Isle of Anglesey

Rex Blundell Ayers, For services to the community in Woolton, Merseyside. Merseyside

Miss Jenna Bailey, WorldSkills Workshop Supervisor for Beauty Therapy at London 2011 and Curriculum manager, Ashton Community Science College. For services to Skills. Lancashire

Miss Judith Bainbridge, For services to the community in Frosterley, Durham. Durham

Stephen John Baker, Formerly head, Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, Wales. For services to Road Safety in Wales. Torfaen

Ms Eileen Banton, Police Constable, Derbyshire Constabulary. For services to the community. Staffordshire

Miss Patricia Irene Barrett, Governor, Bedford College. For services to Further Education. Bedfordshire

Mrs Doreen Batchelor, Foster Carer, London Borough of Islington. For services to Children and Families. London

James Batchelor, Foster Carer, London Borough of Islington. For services to Children and Families. London

David Richard Beech, For services to Philately. London

Ivor Leonard Beeks, JP For services to Football and to the community in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

James Beirne, Chief executive, Live Theatre. For services to Theatre. Tyne and Wear

Mrs Dorothy Bell, For services to the community in Brixton, London. London

Matthew Bell, Chief Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing. Kent

John Ashford Bennett, For services to the UK Marine Industry. Essex

Stephen Bennett, Youth Worker and Creator of Motiv8ion Programme, Blackpool, Lancashire. For services to Young People and Youth Employment. Lancashire

Mrs Rebecca Benneyworth, Chartered Accountant. For services to the Tax Profession. Gloucestershire

Roy James Bentham, Formerly Chapter Clerk and chief executive of Lincoln Cathedral. For services to Lincoln Cathedral. Buckinghamshire

Mrs Francesca Berriman, Chief executive, Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists. For services to the Architectural Technology Profession. London

John Alfred Best, Chair, Ulster Farmers’ Union Seeds and Cereals Committee. For services to the Agri-Food Industry in Northern Ireland. Down

Jonathan Betts, Senior Curator of Horology, National Maritime Museum. For services to Horology. London

Mrs Ellen Bianchini, Founder, The Spark Children’s Arts Festival. For services to the Arts. Leicestershire

Christopher George Bielby, Director of New Business, Scotia Gas Networks. For services to Gas Safety. Buckinghamshire

John Blakeley, Sculptor. For services to Sculpting and to Charity. Greater Manchester

Frederick Clifford Blampied, Campaigner, Inland Waterways Association. For services to the Inland Waterways. Bristol

Russell Graham Blatcher, Higher Officer, IT Development Team, Personal Tax Customer Operations, HM Revenue and Customs. Greater Manchester

Mrs Mary Bliszczak, School Catering Training Co-ordinator and Cookery Volunteer, Cambridgeshire County Council. For services to School Food. Cambridgeshire

Patrick Bogues, Chair, Ulster Supported Employment Limited. For services to People with Disabilities in Northern Ireland. Tyrone

Ms Lara Bohinc, Jewellery and Accessories Designer. For services to the Fashion Industry. London

Mrs Olufemi Bola, Director, Employability and Student Enterprise, University of East London. For services to Diversity. London

Mrs Elizabeth Bolland, Guiding Development Adviser and lately District commissioner, Evesham Guides, Worcestershire. For services to Young People. Worcestershire

Mrs Lesley Catherine Booth, Head of Lifelong Learning, University of York. For services to Higher Education. East Riding of Yorkshire

Mrs Sheena Booth, For voluntary service in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. Aberdeenshire

Ian James Bothwell, Founder, Crossfire Trust. For services to the community in South Armagh, Northern Ireland. Armagh

Michael James Bowyer, For services to Flower Arranging and to Charity. Wiltshire

Mrs Margaret Irene Boyd, For services to the community in Northern Ireland. Fermanagh

Raymond Patrick Boyle, Motor Transport Co-Ordinator, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to the Police. Belfast

Mrs Andrea Marie Bradbury, Inspector, Lancashire Constabulary. For services to Policing. Lancashire

Keith Brandwood, Lecturer, Blackburn College. For services to Further Education. Lancashire

Ms Jean Binta Breeze, Poet. For services to Literature. Overseas

Ms Sharon Brokenshire, Founder, South London Special League. For services to Disability Sport. London

Ms Wendy Brook, Tutor, Pathfinder LearnDirect Centre, Barnstable. For services to Adult Learning. Devon

Alan William Paul Brown, Special Constabulary chief Officer, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary. For services to Policing and the community. Devon

Mrs Verity Frances Montagu Brown, For services to the community in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Wiltshire

Professor Ann Buchanan, Professor of Social Work, University of Oxford. For services to Social Science. Oxfordshire

Robert Anthony Buckby, Formerly assistant Headteacher and School Leader, Hastings High School, Hinckley, Leicestershire. For services to Education. Warwickshire

Mrs Diana Burroughs, Pastoral Care manager, West Earlham Junior School, Norwich. For services to Education. Norfolk

Mrs Mary Butcher, Basket Maker. For services to Basket Making. Kent

Miss Susan Byrom, Chair, Hackenthorpe Community Centre, Sheffield. For services to the community in Sheffield. South Yorkshire

Mrs Ivy Clara Cakebread, For services to the communities in Dadford and Stowe, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

Christopher Capon, For service to Local Government and the community in Hythe, Kent. Kent

Mrs Joan Carmichael, For services to the Hospitality Industry and to the community in Northern Ireland. Down

Ms Sally Beryl Carr, Director, LGBT Youth North West. For services to Young People. Greater Manchester

Mrs Sally Anne Sweeney Carroll, Founder and Mentor, Transport for Sick Children. For services to Child Care. Kent

The Reverend Celia Carter, Trustee, Seven Springs Foundation, Avening, Gloucestershire. For services to Children and the community. Gloucestershire

Mrs Kim Carter, Venous Thromboembolism Nurse Specialist, Portsmouth Hospital NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. Hampshire

Mrs Margaret Richardson Carter, Councillor, Newcastle City Council. For services to Local Government. Tyne and Wear

Glyn Catley, Governor, Coleg Llandrillo, Colwyn Bay, Conwy. For services to Further Education in North Wales. Conwy

David Channing, Foster Carer, Plymouth, Devon. For services to Children and Families. Devon

Mrs Helen Channing, Foster Carer, Plymouth, Devon. For services to Children and Families. Plymouth, Devon

Colin Chapman, Founder, In-Deep. For charitable services to the community in South London. London

James Chapman, Chair, National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs. For services to Health and Safety in the Farming Industry. Warwickshire

Keith Nicolas Chapman, WorldSkills Ambassador for Landscape Gardening at London 2011 and Founder, Keith Chapman Landscapes. For services to Skills. North Yorkshire

David Nisbet Cheetham, Formerly Diocesan Registrar of St. Albans. For services to Ecclesiastical Law and to charity in Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire

Paul Michael Cheshire, Bikesafe Co-ordinator, North Wales Police. For services to Policing. Conwy

George Herbert Chesterton, For services to the community in Malvern, Worcestershire. Worcestershire

Kevin Andrew Christian, Volunteer Operation manager, Ramsay Lifeboat Station. For services to Maritime Safety. Isle of Man

William Eric Christie, Church Elder, St. Columba’s Parish Church. For services to the community in Glenrothes, Fife. Fife

Paul Chynoweth, Higher Officer, Information Management Service, HM Revenue and Customs. Kent

Thomas Charles Cleator, Formerly director, Alternative Futures Group Board, Liverpool. For services to people with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions. Merseyside

Mrs Penelope Jane Cleobury, For services to the community in Cambridge. Cambridgeshire

Peter Clowes, Trustee and Curator, Wigston Framework Knitters Museum. For services to Heritage. Leicestershire

Lt Col Harry Beckhough-Coburg, For Political and Public Service. Wiltshire

Mrs Priscilla Elizabeth Ellen Colchester, For services to the Eastern Counties Farm Crisis Network Farming Charity. Suffolk

Arthur Richard John Cole, For services to the community in King’s Lynn, Norfolk. Norfolk

Miss Emma Elizabeth Colyer, Director, Body & Soul Charity, London. For services to People affected by HIV. London

Kenneth Combes, Engineering Site manager, Lynx Simulator Facility, RNAS Yeovilton, CAE (UK) Ltd. For services to Defence. Somerset

Mrs Patricia Connell, Healthcare assistant, Bradford Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS. West Yorkshire

Ms Frances Margaret Cook, Formerly consultant Speech and Language Therapist, Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children. For services to Speech Therapy. Oxfordshire

Robert Cook, For services to Older People in Whitburn, West Lothian. West Lothian

Dr Ronald Cookson, Founder, Mills Archive Trust. For services to Heritage. Berkshire

Douglas John Coombes, For services to Music. Bedfordshire

Miss Rose Anita Coppola, Founder, Small Steps School for Parents. For services to Special Education. London

Mrs Ann Corcoran, For services to the Coronial Service in Wiltshire and Swindon and to Bereaved Families. Wiltshire

Dr Lorna Cork, Creator and Leader, Yes We Will Leadership and Achievement Programme, Birmingham. For services to Education. West Midlands

Mrs Jessie Corson, For services to the community in Mallaig, Inverness-shire. Inverness-shire

Keith Raymond Jenkin Cottell, For services to Swimming and Lifesaving. Oxfordshire

Anthony Coumbe, Foster Carer, City of Westminster.For services to Children and Families. London, SW1V

Mrs Maureen Coumbe, Foster Carer, City of Westminster. For services to Children and Families. London

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MBE

Mrs Janet Alison Croney, Faculty director, Cultural and Creative Studies, Richmond Adult Community College. For services to Adult and Further Education. London

Felix Cross, Artistic director, NITRO. For services to Musical Theatre. London

Mrs Irene Elizabeth Cross, County vice-president, Bristol and South Gloucestershire Girl Guides. For services to Young People. Bristol

Professor Heather Cubie, Formerly Research and Development director, NHS Lothian. For services to Healthcare Science in Scotland. Edinburgh

Mrs Barbara Mary Cullimore, Volunteer, National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts. For services to Heritage. Buckinghamshire

John Alfrey Culver, For services to the community in St. Ives, Cornwall. Cornwall

Brian John Cummings, Chairman of Governors, St. Anselm’s College and Governor, Birkenhead High School, Merseyside. For services to Education. Merseyside

Mrs Gwendolyn Daley, For services to the community in Coventry. West Midlands

Mrs Judy Davidson, Formerly Executive Officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. Cornwall

Mrs Jane Davies, Deputy director of Operations, Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust. For services to Healthcare. Essex

Professor Kevin Davies, TD Chair of Nursing and Disaster Healthcare. For services to Healthcare Disaster Management. Vale of Glamorgan

John Davis, Fundraiser, Northumberland. For services to Charity. Northumberland

Mrs Susan Catherine Davis, For services to the Harriet Davis Seaside Holiday Trust and to Disabled People and their Families. Pembrokeshire

Mrs Gillian Rosemary Dawson, Guide Leader, 2nd Shortland Guides and Mentor, Girlguiding UK. For services to Young People. London

Mrs Susanna Dawson, Formerly Chair, National Childminding Association. For services to Children and Families. Northumberland

Mrs Sarah Louise De Carvalho, For services to Happy Child, Brazil. Surrey

Ms Lorraine Deschamps, For services to Sport and Diversity. London

Ms Gladys Dickson, For services to Parliament and the communities in London and Ghana. London

Michael Sean Gilmour Diffin, Police Constable, Wiltshire Police. For services to Policing. Wiltshire

Philip Charles Dingle, Police Patrol Officer, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary. For services to Policing. Cornwall

Luke Donald, Golfer. For services to Golf. Buckinghamshire

Ms Annette Dorsey, For services to the Riding for the Disabled Association at Harrogate and Stockeld Park in West Yorkshire. West Yorkshire

David Dougan, For services to the community in Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway. Dumfries and Galloway

Mrs Alison Drake, Chair, Castleford Heritage Trust, West Yorkshire. For services to Community-led Regeneration in Castleford. West Yorkshire

Louis John Drake, For voluntary service to Horticulture. Cambridgeshire

Mrs Sandra Drew, Founder, Stour Valley Arts. For services to the Arts. Kent

Keith Frederick Drodge, Grade C1, Ministry of Defence. Dorset

Peter Leslie Kennan Dury, For services to Groundsmanship. Nottinghamshire

Daryl Eagle, For public service. London

Dr Rodney Frederick Eastwood, Formerly College secretary and Clerk to the Council and Court, Imperial College London. For services to Higher Education. London

Mrs Carole Eaton, Chair of Governors, Myers Grove School and Shooter’s Grove School, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. For services to Education. South Yorkshire

Mark Edwards, Police Constable, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing and to Charity. Essex

Ms Melinda Edwards, Consultant Clinical Paediatric Psychologist, St Thomas’s Hospital. For services to Children with Chronic and Life-threatening Medical conditions. London

Mrs Judith Mary Elliott, For services to the community in Morley, West Yorkshire. West Yorkshire

Norman Victor Elliott, For services to the community in South Cave, East Yorkshire. East Riding of Yorkshire

Mrs Eiddwen Evans, For charitable services to The Teenage Cancer Trust. London

Dr Jeremy Evans, Force Medical Officer, Lancashire Constabulary. For services to Policing. Lancashire

Simon Harvey Evans, Managing director, Moflash Ltd. For services to International Trade. Warwickshire

Francis Fallan, For services to the community in Lanarkshire. Lanarkshire

Roger Anthony Farbey, Head of Library and Knowledge Services, British Dental Association, London. For services to Dentistry and Dental Information. London

Abdolkarim Fatehi, Managing director, United Corporation Ltd. For services to International Trade. London

Mustafa Field, For services to Ethnic Cohesion and the community in London. London

Mrs Susan Treharne Fila, Key Stage 3 Co-ordinator, Crowdys Hill Special School, Swindon, Wiltshire. For services to Education. Wiltshire

Laurence Michael Finch, For services to the East Surrey Talking Newspaper Association and to the community in Reigate, Surrey. Deceased: To be dated 21 May 2012.

Andrew Findlay, Helmsman, Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For services to Maritime Safety. Aberdeenshire

Peter Maurice Fisher, For services to the community in Seend, Wiltshire. Wiltshire

Nigel Brent Fitzpatrick, Chairman of Governors, Phoenix School and School Governor in the City of Bradford. For services to Education. West Yorkshire

Miss Kay Foggon, Lecturer, School of Lifestyle, Newcastle College. For services to Further Education. Northumberland

Omar Christopher Lye Fook, Soul Singer and Songwriter. For services to Music. London

Ms Patricia Ann Foreman, Chief executive, Food Northwest. For services to the Food and Drink Industry. Cheshire

John Fox, For services to the Arts. Cumbria

Trevor Francis, Station Master, Aberdour Railway Station. For services to the community in Aberdour, Fife. Fife

John Fortune Fraser, For services to Business and to Charity. Glasgow

Michael David Freeman, Formerly Curator, Ceredigion Museum. For services to Heritage in Ceredigion and to Museums in Wales. Ceredigion

Henry Frydenson, For service to the community in North West London. London

Col Simon John Furness, Chair, Gunsgreen House Trust. For services to the community in Eyemouth, Scottish Borders. Berwickshire

Ms Jean Mary Galitzine, Vice-president, PHAB. For services to Young People. London

John Anthony Galvin, For services to the Environment. Essex

Timothy John Charles Gardiner, For services to the Tourism Industry. Oxfordshire

Glyn Gardner, Special Constable, Warwickshire Police. For services to Policing. Warwickshire

Mrs Kaye Valerie Gardner, For services to the voluntary sector in Altrincham. Greater Manchester

Ms Judith Garfield, Director, Eastside Community Heritage. For services to Community Heritage. London

Lt Cdr John Marstan Gawley, For services to Hockey. Hampshire

Paul Michael Gayler, Chef. For services to Hospitality and Charity. Essex

Commodore Ian Gibb, For voluntary service to Maritime charities. Wiltshire

Councillor John Gibbin, For services to the community in West Wales. Pembrokeshire

Mrs Jean Gibson, Northern Ireland manager, Care for the Family. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Mrs Janette Gilbert, Senior Charge Nurse, Golden Jubilee National Hospital. For services to Nursing and to Vulnerable People in Ayrshire. Ayrshire and Arran

Mrs Rita Margaret Giles, For services to the community in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. London

Dr Charles Michael Gillett, For services to Education and to the community in Plymouth, Devon. Devon

Thomas Gilpin, Managing director, Gilfresh Produce. For services to the Agriculture Industry in Northern Ireland. Armagh

George Glass, Honorary Life president and Founder, BlindVoiceUK. For services to Blind and Partially-Sighted People. Durham

Robert Charles Glossop, Founder, the March Foundation for SEN and Trustee, Dove House SEN Secondary School. For services to Special Educational Needs. Hampshire

Ms Elizabeth Ann Gooch, Founder and chief executive, EG Solutions plc. For services to the Financial Services Sector. Staffordshire

Moosa Gora, Muslim Chaplain, HM Prison Full Sutton. For services to Faith and Diversity in the Prison Service. West Yorkshire

Ms Octavia Goredema, Founder and managing director, Twenty Ten Club. For services to Black Female Entrepreneurs. Overseas

Stephen Goulden, Administrative Officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. Greater Manchester

The Reverend Cyril Handel Grant, For services to the Samaritans in Bristol. Bristol

Dr Philip Anthony Green, Principal General Practitioner, Pembroke House Surgery, Paignton, Devon. For services to Healthcare. Devon

Brian Grimwood, For services to Frensham Pond Sailability for People with Disabilities in Farnham, Surrey. Surrey

Ms Madeleine Groves, Senior Scientific Officer, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. For services to the Protection of Flora. London

Mrs Christine Gurney, Senior Executive Officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. Greater Manchester

Carlton Harold Guy, For services to African Diaspora Dance. London

Dr Margaret Paula Guy, Palliative Care Physician, Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, Farnham. For services to Healthcare. Surrey

Jason Mark Hadden, For services to Pro Bono Legal Services. London

Mrs Judith Hall, Higher Executive Officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. Durham

Nicholas Hamer, Grade C2, Ministry of Defence. London

Alexander John Hamil, For services to Football and to Visually Impaired People in Wolverhampton, West Midlands. West Midlands

Alan Alexander David Hamilton, TD Formerly Unit manager, HMYoung Offenders Institute Polmont, Scottish Prison Service. West Lothian

Councillor Mouna Hamitouche, For services to the community and Local Government. London

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Verena Hanbury, DL Trustee and president, Chailey Heritage School, East Sussex. For services to Special Education. East Sussex

John Harding, Volunteer, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing. London

Mrs Phyllis Harding, For services to the community in Wherwell, Hampshire. Hampshire

Trevor Hargreaves Hardy, Northumberland National Park Voluntary Ranger. Tyne and Wear

Albert Ernest Harris, For services to the community in Swansea. Swansea

Glenn William Harris, Formerly Deputy chief executive, East Midlands Development Agency. For services to Business in the East Midlands. Derbyshire

Mrs Teresa Josephine (Tess) Hart, For services to the community in Carlisle, Cumbria. Cumbria

Trevor Alexander Hassin, Head of Customer & Standards, Driver & Vehicle Agency, Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Antrim

Andrew Hatton, Founder and Technical director, Global Anodes (UK) Ltd. For services to Industry. Durham

Trevor Hayward, Technical manager, University of Birmingham. For services to Scientific Research. West Midlands

Robert Jonathan Hegan, For services to Economic Development and to the Construction Industry in Northern Ireland. Down

Hugh Henderson, For voluntary service to the International community. Dundee

Mrs Linda Lilian Henderson, Grade E1, Ministry of Defence. Shropshire

Paul Fisken Henery, Caseworker, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism. London

Dr Helen Margaret Herbert, For services to the General Practice Profession in Wales. Ceredigion

Bruce Hewison, For services to Tourism in Northumberland. Northumberland

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MBE

Dr Wendy Elizabeth Austin Hewitt, Journalist and Broadcaster. For services to Broadcasting and the community in Northern Ireland. Down

Mrs Bonnie Suzanne Hill, DL Formerly County commissioner, Essex North East Girlguiding. For services to the community in Essex. Essex

Mrs Joy Janette Hill, Senior Specialist Physiotherapist, Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre. Surrey

Mrs Patricia Christine Hillman, For services to the Scout Movement in Monmouthshire. Monmouthshire

Mrs Gillian Hinson, Head of Academic Affairs, Institute of Education. For services to Higher Education and to Teacher Education. Northamptonshire

Professor Clifford Allan Hobson, For services to the community in Liverpool and Rwanda. Merseyside

John Hollingworth, Exhibitions manager, School of Oriental and African Studies. For services to Higher Education and Culture. Buckinghamshire

Richard Holway, Chairman, The Prince’s Trust Leadership Groups. For services to Young People. Surrey

Lt Col Helen Elizabeth Homewood, TD Grade C2, Ministry of Defence. Edinburgh

Jonathon Hope, Formerly chairman, Kidney Disease Modernisation Initiative. For services to Kidney Disease Patients. Hertfordshire

Mrs Norma Hornby, Chairman, Canal Boat Adventure Project and vice-Chair of Governors, Hallwood Park School, Warrington. For services to Children and Young People. Cheshire

Ms Heike Horsburgh, Formerly chief executive, Young Cumbria, Keswick, Cumbria. For services to Young People. Cumbria

Councillor David Anthony Horton, For services to the community in York. North Yorkshire

Robert Howard, Managing director, Wilson and Wylie Contracts Ltd. For services to the Wall and Floor Tile Industry. Surrey

Mrs Muriel Joyce Howe, For services to the National Association of Widows. Oxfordshire

Robert James Howells, Volunteer, British Trust for Ornithology. For services to Ornithology in Swansea and West Glamorgan. Swansea

Keith Richard Hunt, Complementary Therapy Co-ordinator, Royal Free Hospital, London. For services to Complementary Therapy. London

Brian Rodney Hunter, Special Sergeant, Lincolnshire Police. For services to Policing. Lincolnshire

Patrick Robert William Hurst, Managing director, Munster Simms Engineering Ltd. For services to the Northern Ireland Business Community. Down

Ashuk Hussain, JP Grade C1, Ministry of Defence. London

Mrs Eleanore Margaret Huston, Fundraiser, Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For services to Maritime Safety. Portrush, Antrim

Mrs Marion Hutchinson, For services to the community in Mickleton, County Durham. Durham

Eugene Incerti, Director of Skills Competitions, National Apprenticeship Service. For services to Skills. Berkshire

Mrs Christine Ingham, Fundraiser, Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research, Lutterworth, Leicestershire. For services to Leukaemia Research. Leicestershire

Ms Stephanie Ann Crossley Ingham, Company secretary, Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry. For services to Business. West Yorkshire

Gary Irvine, Grade D, Ministry of Defence. Cambridgeshire

Mrs Margaret Jackson, For services to Netball. Bedfordshire

Peter Harry Jackson, For charitable services in Lancashire. Lancashire

Mrs Agnes Rosemary James, Formerly Headteacher, St. Mellons Church in Wales Primary School, Cardiff. For services to Primary Education. Cardiff

David Benjamin James, Goalkeeper. For services to Football and Charity. Devon

Martin James, For voluntary service to Angling, Conservation and to Charity. Lancashire

Dr Michael Leonard James, For services to the community in Sidmouth, Devon. Devon

Mrs Joanna Jeffery, Proprietor, Read Successfully. For services to the community in the South West. Devon

Jonathan Lyndon Jelley, JP For voluntary service to SSAFA Forces Help. London

Christopher Clive Bentley Jervis, For services to the community in South Liverpool, Merseyside. Merseyside

Dr Mark Denman-Johnson, Director, Lighthouse Medical Limited, Isle of Wight. For services to Primary Care. Isle of Wight

Martin Johnson, Formerly head of Corporate Affairs, Quality Assurance Agency for HE. For services to Higher Education. Gloucestershire

Brendan Johnston, Chief executive, Northern Ireland Social Care Council. For services to Social Care in Northern Ireland. Tyrone

Robert Lowther Johnston, Chief executive, Cumbrian Chamber of Commerce. For services to Business in Cumbria. Cumbria

Mrs Barbara Joan Johnstone, For services to Riding for the Disabled. Edinburgh

Mrs Ann Jones, For services to Occupational Health and Safety in Swansea and West Wales. Swansea

Ms Emma Jones, Founder, Enterprise Nation. For services to Enterprise and Homebased Working. Shropshire

Frederick Charles Jones, Honorary Alderman, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. London

Mrs Joy Jones, Clinical Lead, Specialist Eating Disorders Service, Aneurin Bevan Health Board. For services to Healthcare. Caerleon, Newport

Lesley Jones, For charitable services to the Noah’s Ark Appeal and the community in Powys. Powys

Leslie Jones, For services to the community in Northern Ireland. Down

Charles Peter Judge, Formerly director of Legal Services and Procurement, One North East. For services to the Regional Development Agency Network and the North East Region. Tyne and Wear

Miss Lynda Margaret Kappes, Assistant Headteacher, Middlewich County High School, Cheshire. For services to Education. Cheshire

Richard Anthony Kearney, Police Community Support Officer, South Yorkshire. For services to Policing and the community. South Yorkshire

Mrs Joan Burney Keatings, For services to the Arts and Media in Northern Ireland. Armagh

Mrs Janet Keauffling, For services to Homeless and Vulnerable People in Swansea. Swansea

Dr Zelalem Kebede, Regional director, Council of Ethnic Minority and Voluntary Sector Organisations. For services to the community in London and the South East. London

Mrs Gloria Keene, For services to the community in Inkpen, Berkshire. Berkshire

Mrs Judith Kemp, Design director, Firmdale Hotel. For services to the Hotel Industry and Charity. London

Timothy Kemp, Managing director, Firmdale Hotel. For services to the Hotel Industry and Charity. London

Mrs Deana Kenward, President and Founder, Addison’s Disease Self Help Group, Surrey. For services to people with Addison’s Disease and their Families. Surrey

Mrs Adele Margretta Kerr, Principal, Enniskillen Integrated Primary School. For services to Education. Fermanagh

Steven Khaireh, For services to Young People in Cardiff. Cardiff

Walayat Khokhar, For services to Muslim Aid. London

Michael Kinghan, Chair, Whittington and Fisherwick Environment Group. For services to Sustainability and Biodiversity in Staffordshire and the West Midlands. Staffordshire

Miss Helen Kirkpatrick, Chair, Crumlin Together. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Mrs Sylvia Clare Menzies-Kitchin, Founder, James Menzies-Kitchin Trust. For services to Drama. Warwickshire

Mrs Christine Knighton, Founder, Mick Knighton Mesothelioma Foundation. For services to Mesothelioma Research. Tyne and Wear

John Knowles, Systems manager, Information Services and Information Systems, Scottish Government. Edinburgh

Professor Gunther Rolf Kress, Professor of Semiotics and Education, Institute of Education, University of London. For services to Scholarship. London

Mrs Ruth Lapworth, Director, Laboratory Medicine, East Kent Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare. Kent

Ms Sian Larrington, Children’s Centre Leader, Bowthorpe, West Earlham and Costessy Children’s Centre. For services to Children. Norfolk

Martyn Edward Lass, Enabling Works Project manager for London 2012, Atkins. For services to the Construction Industry. Surrey

Reginald Law, Neighbourhood Watch Activist. For services to Community Safety in St Albans, Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire

Mrs Pauline Anne Laybourne, Executive Officer, Strategy, Skills and Planning Unit, Crime and Policing Group, Home Office. For services to Police Families. London

David Hedley John Layte, For voluntary service to Seafarers United Kingdom, Suffolk. Suffolk

Mrs Jocelyn Ledgister, Higher Officer, Public Bodies Group, Enforcement and Compliance, London, HM Revenue and Customs. London

Charles Brandon Theodosius Boughton-Leigh, For services to the community in Mid and West Sussex. West Sussex

James Leitch, HR director, Northstone (NI) Ltd. For services to Health and Safety in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Councillor John Letford, Formerly Lord Provost of Dundee City Council. For services to Local Government. Dundee

Mrs Linda Lewis, Senior Officer, Stakeholder Engagement Team Leader, Benefits and Credits, Washington Tyne and Wear, HM Revenue and Customs. Tyne and Wear

Mrs Winifred Patricia Lewis, Principal, Stafford School of Dance. For services to Dance. Staffordshire

Derek Lickorish, Chair, Fuel Poverty Advisory Group. For services to the Fuel Poor. Kent

Mrs Jean Liddell, Access and Support Officer, South Eastern Regional College. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. Down

James Lingwood, Co-director, Artangel. For services to the Arts. London

Mrs Mary Marguarita Lock, For voluntary service to the Royal Naval Association. Hampshire

Mrs Janet Mary Lockyer, Formerly Occupational Therapist, Liverpool. For services to People with Disabilities. Merseyside

David Edward Loftus, Grade D, Ministry of Defence. London

Ms Eve Lom, Founder, Eve Lom Skincare. For services to the Cosmetics Industry. London

Joseph Longthorne, For charitable services. Lancashire

Mrs Lesley Lopez, Head, Patient and Public Involvement, Watford General Hospital. For services to the NHS. Hertfordshire

Mrs Maureen Lorimer, Formerly Headteacher, Calaiswood School, Fife. For services to Special Education. Fife

Anthony Lowe, Founder, Fareshare. For services to the Relief of Food Poverty. Greater Manchester

Mrs Margaret Lund, For services to Education and to the community in Fleetwood, Lancashire. Lancashire

Peter Graham Lusher, For services to the community in Horsham, West Sussex. West Sussex

Philip Arthur Lyons, Co-ordinator, Mansfield Area Strategic Partnership. For services to the community in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Nottinghamshire

Dr Sheena Maberly, Manager E, HM Prison Kirklevington Grange. For services to Her Majesty’s Prison Service. North Yorkshire

Reginald James Magowan, Chairman, Board of Governors, Grosvenor Grammar School, Belfast. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. Down

Ms Ulite Malcolm, Chaplaincy Volunteer, HM Prison Birmingham. For services to Prisoners and their Families. West Midlands

Miss Elizabeth Anne Marley, Head, Children’s Youth and School Library Services, Hampshire County Council. For services to Local Government. Hampshire

David William Marsh, For services to the Surveying Profession and to the community in Bristol. Bristol

Mrs Barbara Anne Marshall, For services to the community in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Derbyshire

Graham Marson, Vice-chairman of Governors, Rushcliffe School, Nottingham. For services to Education. Nottinghamshire

Mrs Alyson Lynne Martin, Chief executive, Somerset Care Group. For services to Care Services. Somerset

Ivor Martin, Residential Governor 5, Northern Ireland Prison Service, Department of Justice, Northern Ireland Executive. Down

Kenneth Martin, Night Network Traffic Controller, London Buses. For services to London’s Buses. Kent

Ms Loraine Frances Martins, Formerly head of Equality, Inclusion, Employment and Skill, Olympic Delivery Authority. London

Dr Christopher Michael Mason, Chairman, The Clyde Maritime Trust. For services to the Tourism Industry in Scotland. Glasgow

Mrs Lucy Maria Ann Mason, Personal assistant, Commercial and Customer Strategy Directorate, Land Registry. London

Henry (Harry) McCullough, Deputy Principal Officer, Further Education Division, Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland Executive. Armagh

Roger George McCune, Regulator, General Qualifications in Northern Ireland. For services to Education in Northern Ireland.

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MBE

Keir Austin McDonald, Founder, EduCare. For services to Children. Warwickshire

Dr Lori Barbara McElroy, Director, Sust. For services to Sustainable Building Design. Glasgow

Robert Joseph McFerran, Chairman, Board of Governors of Regent House Grammar School and of Loughries Primary School. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. Down

Mrs Clare McGartland, Lead Allied Health Professions consultant, Public Health Agency. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Tyrone

James Brian McGookin, For services to Community Development in Randalstown, Northern Ireland. Antrim

Ms Agnes Marie McGowan, Formerly Health Improvement Lead (Tobacco). For services to Smoking Cessation. Glasgow

Malachy Vincent McGreevy, General manager, Rail Services. For services to Public Transport in Northern Ireland. Down

Colin McIntyre, County secretary, Hertfordshire Scouts. For services to Young People. Hertfordshire

John James McLaren, For services to Older People and the community in Erskine, Renfrewshire. Renfrewshire

Mrs Peggy MacLeod, Nurse consultant Diabetes, Western Isles. For services to Nursing and to People with Motor Neurone Disease in Scotland. Western Isles

Mrs Jennifer Anne McMahon, Playgroup Leader, Happy House Playgroup, Leyland, Lancashire. For services to Children and Families. Lancashire

Mrs Margaret Jane McMullen, For Public Service to the Electoral System in Northern Ireland. Antrim

David McSweeney, Senior Officer, HM Young Offenders’ Institution Brinsford. For services to Her Majesty’s Prison Service. West Midlands

Colin Meadows, Higher Executive Officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. Hampshire

Kerry Michael, For services to the restoration of Weston Super Mare’s Pier. Somerset

Miss Michelle Michael, For services to the restoration of Weston Super Mare’s Pier. Somerset

David Middleton, Senior Executive Officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. Northumberland

Peter Middleton, Area Controller, Arriva, London. For services to London’s Buses. London

Mrs Elizabeth Hamilton Milne, For services to the community in Rochdale. Greater Manchester

Andrew Thomas Minnion, Director, The Rix Centre, University of East London. For services to the Education of People with Special Needs. London

John Evan Moffoot, For services to young people and the community in Milton Keynes. Buckinghamshire

Mrs Heather Monteverde, General manager, Macmillan Cancer Support Northern Ireland. For services to Cancer Sufferers. Down

Ms Anne Moore, Chief Educational Psychologist, London Borough of Croydon. For services to Special Needs Education. London

Michael Morris, Co-director, Artangel. For services to the Arts. London

Professor Victor John Morris, Formerly Professor, Institute of Food Research. For services to Food Science. Norfolk

Grant Morrison, Comic Book Writer and Playwright. For services to Film and Literature. Glasgow

Robert David Morrow, For services to the Boys’ Brigade Movement and to the community in Northern Ireland. Down

Mrs Bettie Morton, For services to Community Arts. Kent

Robert Ian Moss, For services to St. John Ambulance in Merseyside. Greater Manchester

Mrs Marian Anne Moutray, Director, Educational Contracts and Business Development, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen’s University Belfast. For services to Nursing Education. Antrim

Miss June Mulroy, Formerly Executive director, Pensions Regulator. For services to Pensions Regulation and Pensions Policy. London

Mrs Margaret Munford, For charitable services to POD in Wales and the UK. Powys

Professor Scott Murray, St. Columba’s Hospice Chair of Palliative Care, The University of Edinburgh. For services to Medical Science. Edinburgh

Mrs Catherine Majella Myers, HR director, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing. Essex

Mrs Hazel Myers, Foster Carer, Hampshire County Council. For services to Children and Families. West Sussex

John Myers, Foster Carer, Hampshire County Council. For services to Children and Families. West Sussex

Dr Venkataswamy Narayana, General Practitioner, Thursby Surgery, Burnley, Lancashire. For services to General Practice. Lancashire

Mrs Anne-Marie Nash, For services to Farming. West Sussex

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Mary Nelson, Vice-president, Weldmar Hospicecare Trust, Dorset and vice-chairman, Motor Neurone Disease Association. For services to Palliative Care and the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Dorset

Mrs Susan Newton, For services to the community in Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne. Tyne and Wear

Ms Julie Nicholson, Governor, Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and chief executive, HertsMind Network. For services to Mental Health. Hertfordshire

Santokh Singh Nijran, For services to Community Cohesion in Nottingham. Nottinghamshire

Ms Caroline Norbury, Chief executive, Creative England Ltd. For services to the UK Film Industry. Gloucestershire

Paul O’Connor, Manager, Inchgarth Community Centre. For services to the community in Garthdee, Aberdeen. Aberdeen

Mrs Melanie Odell, For services to the community in Haslemere, Surrey. Surrey

Mrs Dina Officer, Senior Officer, HM Prison Wormwood Scrubs. For services to Her Majesty’s Prison Service. London

Hugh Joseph Ogus, For services to Education through the Mary Hare School for the Deaf in Newbury and the Lighting Education Trust. London

Francis Joseph O’Hagan, For services to Local Government and the Traveller Community. Antrim

Mrs Marion O’Leary, Foster Carer, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. For services to Children and Families. Tyne and Wear

Clive Mark Ongley, For services to Youth and Disability Sailing in Deptford, South East London. Cornwall

Ms Yvonne Orengo, For services to the Andrew Lees Trust, Southern Madagascar. Somerset

Mrs Vanessa Orr, Long-term Foster Carer, Edinburgh City Council. For services to Vulnerable Children and Young People. Edinburgh

Keith Orrell, For services to the community in Wrenthorpe, West Yorkshire. West Yorkshire

Miss Rosemary Anne Osbourne, For services to the Food Service Industry. Buckinghamshire

Bernard Wilson Page, For voluntary service to the Royal British Legion in Derbyshire. Derbyshire

Mrs Amanda Paine, Member, Chronic Respiratory Disease Group, National Council for Palliative Care. For services to Healthcare. West Sussex

Norman Arthur Pampling, For services to the community in Liskeard, Cornwall. Cornwall

Roger William Parkes, Governor, Skinner’s School, Tunbridge Wells, Kent and chairman of Finance Committee, Skinner’s Kent Academy. For services to Education. Kent

Thomas John Parr, For services to Young People and to the community in Birmingham, West Midlands. West Midlands

Ralph Stanley Partner, BEM Voluntary Worker, HM Prison Standford Hill. For public service. Kent

Miss Julietta Pascall, Executive Personal secretary, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. London

David William Pask, Formerly Teacher and manager, EOTAS Tuition and Support, March, Cambridgeshire. For services to Education. Cambridgeshire

Ronald George Pate, Pharmacist, West Midlands. For services to Hospital Pharmacy. West Midlands

Ms Susan Pawsey, Detective Sergeant, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing. London

The Reverend Prebendary Robert Payne, Sessional Chaplain, HM Prison and Young Offenders Institution Swinfen Hall. For services to Her Majesty’s Prison Service. Staffordshire

Adam Peirson, WorldSkills Ambassador for Cooking at London 2011 and Sous Chef, Claridges, London. For services to Skills. London

Mrs Elisabeth Angela Perry, For charitable services through the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel Trust and the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths. Oxfordshire

Mrs Catherine Joy Peters, Orthoptic Service manager, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Fermanagh

Richard Trafford Phillips, Executive Officer, Drivers Medical, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. West Glamorgan

Councillor Joseph William Pike, For services to Local Government in Essex. Essex

Ms Petra Elyse Pipkin, For services to the community in Highwood, Essex. Essex

Brian Hector Potter, Chairman, Potters Leisure Resort. For services to Tourism. Norfolk

William Spencer David Powell, Secretary, Cardiff Astronomical Society. For services to Science in the community. Cardiff

Kenneth Alfred Powell, Convenor, British Standards Institute. For services to the UK Window Blind Industry. Shropshire

Francis George Prentice, For services to the community in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. Warwickshire

Martyn Price, Apprenticeship Ambassador and lately managing director, CMC Ltd. For services to Skills. Norfolk

Roger Simon Proctor, Founder and managing director, Proctor and Stevenson. For services to the Design Industry in the South West. Somerset

Mrs Rosanne Pudden, Director and Group Trainer, Lowlands Farm Riding for the Disabled Group. For services to the Riding for the Disabled Association. Warwickshire

Mrs Christine Ann Pugh, Foster Carer, Cheshire and Founder, Another Chance to Care. For services to Children and Families. Cheshire

Colin Pugh, Formerly Team manager, Leaving Care Team, Rhondda Cynon Taff. For services to Young People and their Families. Rhondda Cynon Taff

Frank William Kenneth Purssey, Volunteer, Surrey Police. For services to Policing and the community. Surrey

Henry Joseph Quinn, Coach, East Down Athletics Club. For services to Sport and to the community in Northern Ireland. Down

Trevor Quinn, Senior Warden, Ardnabannon Outdoor Education Centre. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland. Down

Mamun Ur Rashid, For services to the community in the East End of London. London

William Frederick Rawling, Chairman, The Farmer Network. For services to Agriculture and Hill Farming in Cumbria and Yorkshire and to the local community. Cumbria

Miss Amanda Jacqueline Redman, Actress and Founder, Artists’ Theatre School. For services to Drama and Charity. London

Miss Kim Rees, Executive Officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. West Midlands

David Stanley Reeve, MVO For services to the community in West Norfolk. Norfolk

Miss Philomena Rego, For services to the community in the City of London. London, SW8

Andrew Peter Richardson, Grade C1, Ministry of Defence. Leicestershire

David Richardson, Physics Teacher, Clifton College, Bristol. For services to Science Education in Africa. Bristol

Malcolm Ernest Ridge, Chair, the Gower Society. For services to the community in Swansea. Swansea

John Brendan Riney, For services to charity and to the community in the East End of London. Kent

Ms Kellie Rixon, For services to the Hospitality Industry. London

Mrs Joanna Robertson, For services to the community in Edington, Wiltshire and to Vulnerable and Disadvantaged People in the Middle East. Wiltshire

Peter James James-Robinson, For voluntary service to charities and to People with Disabilities in Greater Manchester. Greater Manchester

Neil Roden, Area manager, Local Compliance, Individual and Public Bodies National Minimum Wage, Sheffield, HM Revenue and Customs. Derbyshire

John Calvert Gingles Rodgers, Chairman and Founder, Northern Ireland Children to Lapland Trust. For services to Children and to charities in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Ronald Anthony Rowe, Head, Birtley Young People’s Club. For services to Young People, Sport and the community. Durham

Kevin Ruane, Watch manager, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire and Rescue Service. Nottinghamshire

Mrs Marilyn Alice Russell, Chair of Governors, Stockley Academy. For services to Education. London

Miss Joan Patricia Rycroft, For services to Sport in Yorkshire. West Yorkshire

Mrs Janice Sadler, Founder, Pain Support Charity, Cornwall. For services to Pain Management. Cornwall

Richard Sagar, WorldSkills Ambassador for Electrical Installation at London 2011. For services to Skills. London

John Allan Salisbury, For services to Young People in the North West. Merseyside

Mrs June Elizabeth Salt, For services to the community in Broadmayne, Dorset.

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MBE

Neil Rodney Samuels, Member, Manufacturing Diversity Council, Ford Motor Company. For services to the Automotive Industry. Essex

Ms Mirella Santamaria, Project manager, Routes into Languages East Midlands, Nottingham Trent University. For services to Higher Education and Language Learning. Nottinghamshire

Dr Marek Andrzej Stella-Sawicki, For services to the Polish community and to charity. London

Dr Julia Kathy Schofield, Consultant Dermatologist, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Dermatology. Hertfordshire

Roy Schofield, For services to community in Caistor, Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire

Digby Richard Lidstone-Scott, Publisher, Pig World Magazine. For services to the Pig Industry. Lincolnshire

John Robert Scott, For services to the community in Englefield Green, Surrey. Surrey

Peter Scott, Chief executive, Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry. For services to International Trade and Business in Dorset. Hampshire

Mrs Virginia Scott, Secretary, Hewell Grange Conservation and Advisory Group. For services to Conservation and to Heritage in Worcestershire. Powys

Mrs Barbara Pascoe Seaton, For Political Service. Somerset

Mrs Susan Fullerton Semple, Healthcare Co-ordinator, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Keith Hope Shackleton, Artist and Author. For services to the Conservation of Wildlife. Dorset

Dr Natubhai Shah, For services to the Jain Community and Inter-Faith Relations. London

Miss Karen Anne Sharp, Primary School Teacher, Lane Green First School, Staffordshire. For services to Primary Education. Staffordshire

David Sharples, For services to Young People in Toxteth, Liverpool. Merseyside

Ian Christopher Shaw, Formerly chairman of Governors, Lincoln College. For services to Further Education. Lincolnshire

William Ian Shaw, For services to the Hairdressing Industry in Yorkshire. South Yorkshire

Dr Richard James Shephard, DL Chamberlain and director of Development, York Minster. For services to Music and Education. North Yorkshire

Vishwas Shetty, For public service. London

Mrs Dawn Janette Shute, Founder Member, Torbay, Newton Abbot and District Support Group for Children’s Hospice, South West. For services to Children with Life-Limiting Illnesses. Devon

Dr Jennifer Catherine Shute, For services to British Skiing. Oxfordshire

Dr Narendra Singh, For services to the community in East Lancashire. Lancashire

Mrs Ann McGregor-Sistern, Chief executive Officer, Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce. For services to Enterprise and Small Business Development. Londonderry

Dr Kenneth Skeldon, Head of Public Engagement with Research, University of Aberdeen. For services to Science Engagement. Aberdeenshire

Miss Diana Margaret Skilbeck, President, Boat Museum Society. For services to Heritage. Merseyside

Alan Brian Slater, Chief executive Officer, National Association of Funeral Directors. For services to the Funeral Profession. Worcestershire

Antony Charles Smart, For charitable services. Lancashire

David Peter Smith, Intelligence Officer, UK Border Force. For services to Combating Smuggling and Frontier Crime. Kent

Neil Christian Smith, Managing director, Kinetic plc. For services to Business in Greater Manchester. Greater Manchester

Mrs Sheila Edwina Friend-Smith, For services to Local Government in East Cambridgeshire. Cambridgeshire

Mrs Rana Soobrayen, Senior Officer Tax Specialist, Large Business Service (Oil and Gas), London, HM Revenue and Customs. London

Brian Anthonie Sparks, For services to Schools Basketball in Wales. Bridgend

Ms Rosamund Spearing, Founder and director, Ebony Horse Club. For services to Young People in South London. London

Frank Stapleton, Fundraiser, The MS Therapy Centre, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. For services to People with MS and their Families. Bedfordshire

John Joseph Stapleton, For services to the communities in Partington and Davyhulme, Greater Manchester. Greater Manchester

Gary Raymond Steele, Chairman, Prostate Cancer Support North West. For services to Cancer Support and Awareness. Cheshire

Mrs Joanne Elizabeth Andrew-Steer, For voluntary service to The Royal British Legion Women’s Section in Northern Ireland. Down

David Randall Stevens, For services to the community in Hereford. Herefordshire

Harry Stevens, Head of Resuscitation Services, Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil. For services to Resuscitation Training. Caerphilly

Ivor Robert Stevenson, Chairperson, Armagh Old Boys Silver Band. For services to Music and to the community in Northern Ireland. Armagh

Peter John Stevenson, For services to Local Government and International Search and Rescue. Greater Manchester

Mrs Pamela Stewart, For services to the community in Wigan. Greater Manchester

Mrs Deborah Mees Stone, Specialist Osteoporosis Nurse, Bronglais Hospital, Hywel Dda Local Health Board. For services to Patients with Osteoporosis in Ceredigion. Ceredigion

Mrs Ivy Elsie Stone, For charitable services in Penkridge, Staffordshire. Staffordshire

John Stopforth, Formerly chief executive, Liverpool Chamber of Commerce. For services to Regeneration. Merseyside

Mrs Janet Storar, Chair, Nottingham City Homes. For services to Community Relations, Social Housing and Diversity in Nottingham. Nottinghamshire

Charles Edward Thomas Storer, For services to Humanitarian Aid in the Balkans. Essex

Councillor Ann Margaret Stribley, For services to the community in Poole, Dorset. Dorset

Mrs Margaret Elizabeth Sullivan, Founder, In the Pink. For charitable services to Breast Cancer Research. Blaenau Gwent

John Simison Sutherland, Project Co-ordinator Scotland, Leonard Cheshire Disability. For services to Disabled People. Moray

Dr Carol Swanson, Formerly Service manager, West of Scotland Archaeology Service. For services to Archaeology in Scotland. Ayrshire and Arran

Ashley Charles Sweetland, Vice-chairman, National Council for Voluntary Youth Services and lately Trustee, United Kingdom Youth Parliament. For services to Young People. London

Mrs Manju Tank, Maths Teacher, Taunton’s College, Southampton. For services to Education. Hampshire

Adrian Taylor, For services to the Fire Service and the Young Firefighters’ Association. Worcestershire

Miss Fiona Elizabeth Taylor, Ward Sister, Edinburgh Cancer Centre, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh. For services to Cancer Nursing and Care in the Lothians. Edinburgh

David Leon Teacher, For services to ex-service organisations and to charity in Greater Manchester. Greater Manchester

Ms Katherine Tearle, Formerly head of Education, Glyndebourne. For services to Music. East Sussex

Gavin Thomas, For services to Post-16 Education and Training in Wales. Cardiff

Wayne Kendal Thomas, President, Rhondda Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs. For services to Young People in Rhondda Cynon Taff. Rhondda Cynon Taff

Mrs Katrina Beatriz Thompson, Assistant Chaplain, HM Prison The Verne. For services to Offenders. Dorset

Richard George Thorne, For services to Search and Rescue work on Dartmoor, Devon. Devon

Councillor Jefferson Houseman Tildesley, For services to Local Government and to the community in Bridgend. Bridgend

Ernest Tomlinson, For services to Music. Lancashire

Ms Margaret Tookey, For services to Humanitarian Aid through Edinburgh Direct Aid. West Yorkshire

Mrs Mala Tribich, Education Volunteer, Holocaust Education Trust and the Imperial War Museum. For services to Education. London

Glynden Trollope, Deputy chairman, Dacorum Mental Health Support Group, Hertfordshire. For services to Mental Health. Hertfordshire

Mrs Sara Truman, For voluntary service to the National Autistic Society in Surrey. Surrey

Miss Fiona Clare Belinda Turner, Chief executive Officer, Stubbing Court Training. For services to Training in the Equine Industry. Derbyshire

Mrs Mary Elizabeth Turner, For services to the community in Tiverton, Devon. Devon

Michael Saunders Turner, For services to the community in Great Brickhill, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

George Thomas Rhind-Tutt, For services to People with Learning Disabilities through the Sunnybank Trust in Epsom, Surrey. Surrey

Dr Roger Barry Twigg, Youth and Education Officer, National Drugs Prevention Alliance. For services to Young People. London

Hugh Jolyon Twiss, For services to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and for voluntary service. London

Mrs Cathrine Helen Valentine, Disability Policy Holder, Reasonable Adjustment Team Leader, People Function, Nottingham, HM Revenue and Customs. Nottinghamshire

Dr Yogesh Virmani, JP For services to Community Relations in Greater Manchester. Greater Manchester

Paul Walker, Managing director, Malvern Instruments. For services to International Trade and Local Business Support. Worcestershire

Miss Maureen Wallace, Chief executive Officer, Norris Green Credit Union. For services to the community. Merseyside

Mrs Pauline Ward, For services to the community in Purton, Wiltshire. Wiltshire

Ms Jane Mary Warwick, Volunteer, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing. London

Mrs Karen Watkins, Police Staff, Cheshire Constabulary. For services to Policing. Shropshire

Frederick Tyson Wayles, For services to the community in Kirkby-in-Furness, Cumbria. Cumbria

Mrs Audrey Wearing, Foster Carer, Darwen, Lancashire. For services to Children and Families. Lancashire

Frederick Wearing, Foster Carer, Darwen, Lancashire. For services to Children and Families. Lancashire

Miss Diane Helen Webb, Administrative assistant, Local Compliance, Small and Medium Enterprises, Bolton, HM Revenue and Customs. Greater Manchester

Trevor Weeks, Founder, East Sussex Wildlife Rescue. For services to Animal Welfare. East Sussex

Richard John West, For services to Philately. London

Mrs Doreen White, Social Area Supervisor, Franklin Sixth Form College, Grimsby. For services to Education. Lincolnshire

Mrs Lorna White, For services to the community in Redditch, Worcestershire. Worcestershire

Mrs Margaret White, For services to the community in Newcastle upon Tyne. Tyne and Wear

Robert Charles Widdecombe, For services to Crime Prevention and Sport in Plymouth, Devon. Devon

Mrs Joanna Mary Wiesner, For services to Music and to the Arts in Bath. Somerset

Mrs Diana Monier-Williams, For charitable services in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Derbyshire

Ms Katherine Elizabeth Williams, For services to the University of Leicester. Leicestershire

Shane Mark Williams, For services to Rugby. Carmarthenshire

Miss Alison Jane Williamson, For services to Archery. Staffordshire

Mrs Joan Wilson, For charitable services in Cardiff. Cardiff

Brian Martin Winterflood, For services to Financial Services. London

John Wood, Special Constable, Avon and Somerset Constabulary. For services to Policing. Bristol

John Rollo Wood, Chairman, Formula Student. For services to Mechanical Engineering. Warwickshire

Mrs Shirley Bailey-Wood, Director of Publishing, British Standards Institution. For services to the Knowledge Economy. London

Harry Woodhead, For services to the community in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

Simon Woodvine, Founder, Fylde Coast Men’s Support Association. For services to Male Victims of Rape and Sexual Abuse. Lancashire

Kenneth Douglas Emerson Woolcott, For services to the Fitness Industry. London

Mrs Louie Margaret Wooldridge, Governor, All Saints Infant School, Reading, Berkshire. For services to Education. Berkshire

Ms Sarah Wren, For services to the community sector in Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire

Adrian Mark Wright, Liaison Officer, Serious Organised Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement in Afghanistan. Cheshire

Councillor Ena Mary Wynne, For services to Local Government and the community in Conwy. Conwy

Councillor Waseem Zaffar, JP For services to the voluntary sector in Birmingham. West Midlands 151012

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Mrs Michelle Akintoye, For services to the Youth and Community Sectors in West London. Surrey

Mrs Jan Elisabeth Alexander, For services to Public Health Training. Lincolnshire

Mrs Myrtle Cecilia Moore Allen, For voluntary service to the community and charitable service to Action Cancer. Antrim

John Henry Allison, For voluntary service to the Royal Air Forces Association. North Yorkshire

Mrs Sylvia Mary Andrews, For services to the community in Leicester. Nottinghamshire

Mrs Joyce Ashley, For services to the community in Glossop, Derbyshire. Derbyshire

George William Atkinson, For voluntary service to the Army Cadet Force in Durham. Tyne and Wear

Kenneth Frederick James Averill, For services to the community in East Grinstead, West Sussex. West Sussex

Mrs Ann Bagnall, Co-founder, the Food Cupboard. For services to the community in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

Malcolm Bagnall, Co-founder, the Food Cupboard. For services to the community in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

Mrs Elaine Alison Banks, Manager, Ferries Families Groups, The Wirral. For services to Families. Merseyside

Mrs Ethne Alison Bannister, For services to the community in Coniston Cold, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

Robert Barclay, For services to Young People and Sport in Fylde and Lytham St Annes, Lancashire. Lancashire

Mrs Gillian Valerie Barnard, For services to the community in Salford, Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire

Philip Barnett, Director, Kidz R Us, St. Ives. Cornwall

Mark Barr, For services to the Portobello Road and Golborne Road Markets, London. Berkshire

Mrs Shirley Barrett, For services to Women, Young People and Children in the Gypsy and Traveller community. Suffolk

John Walwyn Baylis, Formerly chairman, Navigation Committee, Inland Waterways Association. For services to Inland Waterways. Nottinghamshire

Mrs Sylvia Rose Hartnell-Beavis, Formerly Volunteer, Ridley Specialist Day Service, Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, South West. For services to Healthcare. Somerset

Mrs Margaret Smith Bendell, For voluntary service to Community Relations. Somerset

Mrs Mary Beresford, For services to the community in Hawkesbury Upton, South Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire

Thomas Vigus Beswarick, For services to the community in Crosby. Merseyside

Richard Charles Beynon, For charitable services in Liphook, Hampshire. Hampshire

Mrs Nita Helen Bharier, For services to the Jewish community in Enfield, Barnet and Haringey, North London. London

Mrs Christine Hazel Bird, For services to the community in Brome and Eye, Suffolk. Suffolk

Robin Victor Blair, For services to the community in Darlington, Durham. Durham

John Albert Blundell, Group Scout Leader, 15th St Pancras Group and chairman, Younger Generation Theatre Group, London. For services to Young People. London

Peter Boast, For services to the community in Chertsey, Surrey. Surrey

Samuel Ronald Martin Bothwell, JP For services to Music and the community in Northern Ireland. Armagh

Kenneth Hector John Bovey, For charitable services through the Salvation Army. Devon

Mrs Edith Eleanor Boyd, For services to the Girl Guide Movement in Northern Ireland. Tyrone

Mrs Janet Mary Bradbourn, For services to the community in Tumble, Carmarthenshire. Carmarthenshire

Mrs Elizabeth Brown, For services to the community in Ayton, Scottish Borders. Berwickshire

Mrs Alice Burke, For services to Housing in Hackney. London

Mrs Diana May Campbell, For services to the community in Orpington. London

Mrs Elayne Carr, Senior Executive Officer, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For voluntary services to the Youth Offending Team. London

Norman Frank Carr, For services to the community in Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

Thomas Carson, For services to charity in Edinburgh. Edinburgh

Mrs Patricia Carter, Waitress. For services to the Hospitality Industry. Staffordshire

Michael Chalk, For services to Havant Rugby Football Club. Hampshire

Roger John Cheshire, For services to the community in Staffordshire. Staffordshire

Miss Myra Eileen Clare, Chair, Volunteer and Committee Member, Parkinson’s UK, Winchester. For services to charity. Hampshire

Mrs Christine Clarke, Accounts Payable Clerk, Finance Department, Companies House. South Glamorgan

Mrs Betty Christine Clayton, For services to the community in Chingford, East London. Essex

Mrs Joy Frances Clee, For services to the community in Kempsey, Worcestershire. Worcestershire

Anthony John Cleland, For services to the community in Lambeth, South London. London

Mrs Heather May Kerr Clemence, Fundraiser, Sevenoaks Branch, British Heart Foundation. For charitable services. Kent

David John Cobb, For services to the community in Sandhurst, Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire

Mrs Jillian Coe, For services to the community in Chilthorne Dormer, Somerset. Somerset

Brendan Cojeen, For services to Combating Homelessness in Stockport. Greater Manchester

Michael Francis Coleman, For services to Sport and to the community in Hambledon, Surrey. Surrey

Dennis Willis Collins, Fundraiser, Gloucestershire. For services to charity. Gloucestershire

John Cootes, For services to the community in Salford. Greater Manchester

Ronald Charles Crabb, For services to the community in the City of Exeter. Devon

Harold Crank, For services to Sport and to Charity in Warrington, Cheshire. Cheshire

Philip Anthony Venner Crawford, For services to Farming and to the Rural Community in the South West. Dorset

Frank Cripps, Volunteer, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Hydon Hill, Surrey. Surrey

Mrs Cynthia Crossley, Estates Operations Team Leader, Riverside College, Widnes and Runcorn. For services to Further Education. Cheshire

Alexander Angus Cumming, For voluntary service to the community in Nairn. Moray

Frederick John Curtis, For services to the community in Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire

Mrs Marian Joan Daniel, For services to the community in Whimple, Devon. Devon

Ms Gillian Mary David, For services to the Arts in Wigan. Greater Manchester

Councillor Christopher Davies, For services to the Scout Association, the Bristol Port Police and the community in Bristol. Bristol

Geoffrey Charles Davies, For services to Veterinary Education. Somerset

Miss Sally Davis, For services to the community in Farmborough, Somerset. Somerset

Mrs Sheena McKenzie Davis, For services to the community in Derrington, Stafford. Staffordshire

William John Davis, For services to Young People in Northern Ireland. Antrim

John Herbert Holmes Dawson, For services to the community in Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire. Lancashire

Rundle Colin Dean, For services to the community in Brotherton, North Yorkshire. West Yorkshire

Mrs Carole Allinson Dennis, For services to the communities in Brightwell-Cum-Sotwell and Wallingford, Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire

Wilfred Dillon, For services to Elderly People in Westhoughton, Lancashire. Greater Manchester

Ian Acford Dingle, For services to the community in Plymouth and Tavistock, Devon. Devon

Jack Wignall Dobson, For services to the community in Wrea Green, Lancashire. Lancashire

Eric Stuart Dockerill, For voluntary service to St. John Ambulance in Suffolk. Suffolk

Mrs Patricia Downes, For services to the community in Burghill and Tillington, Herefordshire. Herefordshire

Terence Downes, For services to Boxing and Charity. Hertfordshire

Mrs Margaret Duddridge, Volunteer, Brightwell Gostrey Centre, Farnham, Surrey. For services to Older People. Surrey

Hugo Nicholas Canning Dunkley, For services to the community in Gringley-on-the-Hill, Nottinghamshire. Nottinghamshire

John Bryan Dunlop, For voluntary service to the community in County Tyrone. Tyrone

Roy Eric Duxbury, Senior Officer, HM Prison Everthorpe. For services to support Vulnerable Prisoners. East Riding of Yorkshire

Paul William Edmondson, For services to the community in Kendal, Cumbria. Cumbria

James David Elliott, For services to Swimming and to the community in Northern Ireland. Belfast

Barry Elmore, For services to School Sport in Derbyshire. Derbyshire

John Falla, For services to the Rural Economy in the Scottish Borders. Scottish Borders

Brian Fear, For services to Sport and to the community in Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taff. Rhondda Cynon Taff

Eric Philip Ferebee, For services to Community Sports in Battersea, London. London

Mrs Brenda Flanagan, Chair, Friends of St. John’s Hospice and president, International Ostomy Association. For services to charity and the local community. Lancashire

James Fletcher, For services to the community in Belthorn, Lancashire. Lancashire

Mrs Michele France, Catering assistant, Sheffield Hallam University. For services to Higher Education and to charity. South Yorkshire

Philip David Froomberg, For voluntary service to SSAFA Forces Help in Merton. London

Neal Gardner, For services to Cancer charities and the Royal Mail. Powys

Michael Anthony Garland, For services to Cricket in East Yorkshire. East Riding of Yorkshire

Mrs Dee Gent, Manager, Rainbow Childcare Centre, RAF Marham. For services to the Royal Air Force. Norfolk

Mrs Jennifer Gresley Gibbons, For services to the community in Haxby, York. North Yorkshire

Miss Laura Dorothy Alma Gillespie, For services to the community in Orford, Suffolk. Suffolk

Mrs Sandra Joan Gladwyn, For services to the community in Marden, Herefordshire. Herefordshire

Thomas Glynn, For services to the community in Widnes, Cheshire. Cheshire

Mrs Florence Marian Goddard, Fundraiser, Arthritis Research UK. For services to People with Arthritis. Bedfordshire

Mrs Azalia Ruth Gosling, For voluntary service to the British Red Cross Society in Southampton. Hampshire

Brendan Patrick Gibb-Gray, For services to the community in Emsworth, Hampshire. Hampshire

Adrian Frank William Grayson, For services to Sport in Bedale, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

Norman Edward Grey, Volunteer, Young Explorers’ Trust, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. For services to Young People. Nottinghamshire

Neil Norman Gurney, For services to the community and to charity in Wingrave, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

Arthur William Gutteridge, For voluntary service to the Royal Naval Association. Cornwall

Mrs Joyce Ethel Hall, Volunteer, National Trust. For services to Heritage. London

Richard Wilson Hall, For services to the community in Leominster, Herefordshire. Herefordshire

Richard James Halsall, Head of Operations, Arriva Manchester. For services to Fundraising for the MS Trust. Merseyside

Mrs Anna Marie Hamilton, Personal secretary to the Human Resource director, Queen’s University Belfast. For services to Higher Education in Northern Ireland. Belfast

Colin Handforth, For services to Amateur Rugby League. West Yorkshire

Mrs Penelope Ann Hannigan, Teaching assistant, Crowmarsh Gifford Church of England Primary School, Oxfordshire. For services to Education. Oxfordshire

Mrs Susan Jacqueline Harper, For services to Visually Impaired People in Watford, Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire

Herbert Harris, Honorary president, 1st Redditch Boys’ Brigade, Worcestershire. For services to Young People. Worcestershire

Roland John Harrup, For services to the community in Stoke Hammond, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

Ernest Lesley Havis, For services to the community and to Charity in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire

Mrs Shirley Hawkins, Executive assistant, Epping Forest District Council. For services to the residents of the Epping Forest District and Charity. Essex

Gary Bryan Haynes, For services to Disability Sports. West Midlands

George Anthony Heath, For services to the community in Ringmer, East Sussex. East Sussex

George Ernest Hedges, Secretary and chairman, Respite Nursing for Oxfordshire’s Sick Youngsters. For services to Sick Children. Oxfordshire

Mrs Elizabeth Henry, Founder and Chair, Ballymena Area Schools Romania Group. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Mrs Elaine Herd, Nursing Auxiliary, Northern Ireland Hospice. For services to Nursing. Belfast

Mrs Doreen Herridge, For services to the community in Rixton, Cheshire. Cheshire

Raymond Hewett, For services to Roke and Benson Brass Band. Oxfordshire

Mrs Rosemary Hickson, For services to the community in Merton, South West London. London

Mrs Denise Elizabeth Hillier, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Co-ordinator, Rainford High Technology College, St. Helens. For services to Young People. Merseyside

John Ralph Hinchcliffe, For services to the community in Barnard Castle, Durham. Durham

Philip Osborne Hitchens, For services to the community in Penzance, Cornwall. Cornwall

Eric Thomas Holdaway, For services to the community in Hutton, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset. Somerset

Dr Nicholas Robert Joseph Hooper, DL, RD, JP For services to the community in Bristol and North Somerset. Somerset

Geoffrey Hopkinson, For services to Beekeeping and Environmental Education. Staffordshire

Mrs Mavis Hopkinson, For services to the community in Bolton. Greater Manchester

Alan Leslie Hornby, For services to the community in Kirk Hammerton, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

David William Howard, For services to the Samaritans in Lincoln. Lincolnshire

Peter Edward Hughes, For services to Rugby Union Football in Lancashire. Lancashire

Mrs Margaret Hunter, For services to Football and to Bowling. Belfast

Mrs Jean Brenda Hutton, For services to the community in St. Albans, Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire

Mrs Carol Eva Jacobs, PA to Dean of Students, University of East Anglia. For services to Higher Education. Norfolk

Mrs Agnes Johnston, For voluntary service to SSAFA Forces Help in Perth and Kinross. Perth and Kinross

John Lloyd-Jones, Prison Officer, HM Prison Stocken, Rutland. Lincolnshire

Mrs Valerie Margaret Jurgens, For services to the community in Petts Wood. London

Miss Rebecca Elizabeth Jury, Administrative assistant, Corporate Affairs Directorate Co-ordination Unit, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. For services to charity. West Glamorgan

Satish Chimanlal Kakkad, Retail Travel Adviser, London Midland, Milton Keynes Central Station. For services to the Rail Industry. Buckinghamshire

David Chapman Keast, For services to the Davidstow Moor RAF Memorial Museum, Cornwall. Cornwall

Mrs Irene Erica Kelly, Volunteer, Nottinghamshire. For services to Bereavement Care. Nottinghamshire

Miss Irene Kerr, Messenger, Health and Safety Executive, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Northern Ireland Executive. Belfast

Colin Kibblewhite, For services to the community in Oakham, Rutland. Rutland

Mrs Margaret Kiddie, Services Support Officer, Thorntree Primary School, Glasgow. For services to Education. Glasgow

Miss Brenda Killick, For services to the community in Reigate, Surrey. Surrey

Edward Anthony Kilpin, For services to the community in Hackleton, Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire

Philip Nelson King, For services to the community in Southport, Merseyside. Merseyside

John Frederick Knight, For services to the community in Thaxted, Essex. Essex

Mrs Susan Elaine Ladd, Station Administrative Officer, Vehicle and Operator Services Agency. Carmarthenshire

Ronald Lambert, For voluntary service to the community in Holywell, Flintshire. Flintshire

Michael Ansdell Langman, For services to the community in Braunstone, Leicestershire. Leicestershire

Councillor Maureen Larkin, JP For services to the community in Basildon, Essex. Essex

Anthony George Lees, For services to the community in Seaford and East Sussex. East Sussex

Mrs Patricia Rosemary Leviston, For services to the community in Cliffe, Kent. Kent

Paul Lewis, For services to the Royal Mail, Engineering and the community in South Glamorgan. South Glamorgan

Victor Iorwerth Lewis, For voluntary service to the Royal British Legion in Ceredigion. Dyfed

Thomas Antony Liddle, For services to the community in Milnthorpe, Cumbria. Cumbria

Mrs Audrey Lloyd, For services to the community in Whale Hill, Redcar. North Yorkshire

Mrs Enyd Marion Lock, For services to Young People in Nantymoel, Bridgend. Bridgend

Yann Rufus Lovelock, For services to Community Cohesion and to Inter-Faith Relations in the West Midlands. West Midlands

Lunn, William James Caretaker, Park School Belfast. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. Belfast

Mrs Jamesina Miller MacKay, For services to Highland Dancing and Charity in Caithness. Caithness

Mrs Verna MacNaughton, For services to the community in Tyneside. Tyne and Wear

Mrs Gloria Maria Maden, Head Coach, Civil Service Netball Club. For services to Netball and to Young People in Suffolk. Suffolk

Anthony Gerrard Mallam, For services to the community in Wednesbury, West Midlands. West Midlands

Mrs Susan Malley, For services to the Land Registry and to the StrongerTogether Project, Peterborough. Cambridgeshire

David James Margarson, Higher Executive Officer, Jobcentre Plus. For services to Mental Health in Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire

Mrs Jean Lesley Marsden, Admissions and Reception Services manager, John Ruskin College, Croydon. For services to Education. London

Mrs Patricia Anne Marval, For services to the community in Bristol. Bristol

Harold Mason, For services to the community in Rawcliffe, East Yorkshire. East Riding of Yorkshire

Dr John Robert Mather, For services to Ornithology and Conservation. North Yorkshire

Mrs Shirley Matthews, Sheltered Scheme Officer, Tanybryn Sheltered Housing Complex, Burry Port. For services to Elderly People and the community in Carmarthenshire. Carmarthenshire

Martin Alston Maybrey, For services to the community in Wonersh, Surrey. Surrey

Mrs Carolyn McCabe, Chair, Portadown Festival Association. For services to Performing Arts in Northern Ireland. Armagh

Mrs Joan Mary McConn, JP For services to the communityin Kingston-upon-Thames. London

Mrs Carol Ann McGee, For services to the community in Bilsdale, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

Mrs Marilynn Carole McGee, Caretaker, Prior Pursglove College, Guisborough, North Yorkshire. For services to Sixth Form Education. North Yorkshire

Samuel Nelson McGonagle, For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Northern Ireland. Londonderry

Paul McKee, For services to Amateur Sport, Basketball and the community. Antrim

Mrs Margaret McKeegan, For charitable services in Chester. Cheshire

Philip Jude McKeown, Technical Instructor, Braid Valley Hospital, Ballymena. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Narendra Mehta, Records Officer, Ministry of Justice. London

Richard Michael, For services to Music Education. Fife

Mrs Elizabeth Millar, Chair, Ballymena Combat Cancer Group. For services to Cancer Research and People with Cancer. Antrim

Peter Howard Mills, For services to the Alresford and District Agricultural Society’s Annual Show and the local community. Hampshire

Brian Milner, For services to the Royal Mail and to Disabled People. Durham

Mrs Sybil Moores, Retired Nurse and Fundraiser, St Peter’s Hospice, Gloucestershire. For services to the NHS and charity. Bristol

Nicholas Royston Morgan, For charitable services. Powys

John Sampson Morton, For services to the community in Grindleford, Derbyshire. Derbyshire

Mrs Mary Elizabeth Anne Moss, Fundraiser, Hampshire. For services to People with Hearing Impairments. Hampshire

Mrs Agatha Joan Mossman, For services to the community in Bristol. Bristol

Miss Corinne Joy Murphy, For charitable services through the Karibuni Trust in Kenya. Buckinghamshire

Mrs Manju Nagji, Volunteer, Roe Green School, London. For services to Education. London

Colin John Nicholson, For services to Music in Colchester. Essex

Mrs Gillian Nobbs, Coach, Wetherby Gymnastics Club. For services to Gymnastics. West Yorkshire

Mrs Frances O’Dwyer, Formerly Support Worker, Bolsover Community Mental Health Team, Derbyshire. For services to Mental Health. Derbyshire

Raymond Oxley, For services to the community in Derby. Derbyshire

Owen Parfitt, President, Blackwood Rugby Club. For services to Rugby Football and to the community in Blackwood, Caerphilly. Caerphilly

Mrs Isobel Parke, Caretaker, Glynn Primary School. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Sufyaan Mustak Patel, For services to the community sector in Blackburn, Lancashire. Lancashire

Ms Rebecca Pickles, For services to Young People in South Yorkshire. South Yorkshire

Nicholas Pitts, For services to the community in Spalding, Lincolnshire. LIncolnshire

Richard Plume, For services to the community in Northwood, North West London. London

Colin Leslie Plummer, For services to the community in Sarratt, Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire

Mrs Mary Pointon, For services to the community in Hopwas, Staffordshire. Staffordshire

William David Pollock, For services to Young People through the Scout Association. Antrim

Mrs Pamela Mary Chessington Potts, For services to the community in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. Cambridgeshire

Dr Peter Pritchard, For services to the community in Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire

Mrs Jennifer Shirley Private, For services to Visually Impaired People in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex. East Sussex

Michael Pullin, For voluntary service to St. Michael’s Hospice, Herefordshire. Monmouthshire

Robert John Pumfrey, For services to the Heritage of Steam and Agricultural Machinery in East Anglia. Essex

Miss Alice Olivia Pyne, Fundraiser, Cumbria. For services to charity. Cumbria

Miss Milly Kate Pyne, Fundraiser, Cumbria. For services to charity. Cumbria

Gerald William Chin-Quee, For services to the community in Falmouth, Cornwall. Cornwall

Douglas Atkinson Raine, For services to the community in Sandsend, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

Mrs Bertha Ann Rankin, Youth Worker, Belfast Education and Library Board. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland. Belfast

Mrs Meryl Gloria Rawlings, Administrative Officer, Essex Magistrates’ Courts Committee, Ministry of Justice. Essex

Miss Jean Rea, For services to the community in Northern Ireland. Tyrone

Paul Anthony Rees, Executive Officer, Estates and Corporate Services, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. West Glamorgan

Mrs Irene Rebecca Audrey Robb, Activity Co-ordinator, Waterside Hospital, Northern Ireland. For services to Healthcare. Londonderry

Mrs Elizabeth Roberts, For services to Music and to the community in Anglesey. Anglesey

Ms Margaret Robertson, Porter, Ninewells HospitaI, Dundee. For services to Cancer Patients. Dundee

Clarence Bennie Robinson, For services to the community in East Staffordshire. Staffordshire

Mark James Rodman, For services to the community in Newmarket, Suffolk. Suffolk

Mrs Eileen Mary Rooke, Chair, Honiton Hospiscare Fund Raising Support, Devon. For services to charity. Devon

Mrs Elizabeth Rose, Home Care Worker, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. Belfast

James Ross, For services to Amateur Football in Argyll and Bute. Argyll and Bute

Barry Thomas Ryan, Formerly Caretaker, Walford and North Shropshire College. For services to Further Education. Shropshire

Mrs Rosemary May Sandall, For charitable services in Chernobyl, Ukraine and services to Carers. Cambridgeshire

Ms Janet Elizabeth Sawyer, Managing director, LittlePod. For services to Employment and Culture in East Devon. Devon

Joseph David Schleider, For services to the Jewish community in North West London. London

Robert Selby, Founder and president, Newton-le-Willows Boys’ and Girls’ Club, St. Helens, Merseyside. For services to Young People. Greater Manchester

Mrs Joy Winifred Seward, For services to the community through Sidmouth in Bloom, Devon. Devon

Peter Arthur Sexton, Assistant Group Scout Leader, 2nd Bramhall Scout Troop, Cheshire. For services to Young People. Greater Manchester

Raymond Mark Shaddick, For services to the community and to charity in Bude, Cornwall. Cornwall

Sobhag Narshi Shah, Head Caretaker, Richmond upon Thames College, Twickenham. For services to Further Education. London

Mrs Patricia Ann Shannon, Senior Sister, Ulster Hospital Belfast. For services to Nursing and to the Community in Northern Ireland. Down

Ms Margaret Jacqueline Shapland, For services to Conservation and to Heritage in Clifton, Bristol. Bristol

Mrs Alison Louise Shelton, Centre manager, The LV Streetwise Safety Centre. For services to Policing and the community. Dorset

Robert Shepherd, For voluntary service to Hospital Radio in Angus. Angus

Robert Sheppard, For services to Nature Conservation. Lincolnshire

John Shepperson, For services to the community in Swavesey, Cambridgeshire. Cambridgeshire

Lionel David Skelhorne, Volunteer, Officer of the Bursar, University of Bristol. For services to Heritage Buildings and Higher Education. Bristol

Mrs Kaylet Anita Smedley, Chairman, Derbyshire Branch of the Leukaemia Research Fund. For services to Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. Derbyshire

Anthony James Smith, For services to the community in Paignton, Devon. Devon

David Smith, For services to the community in Manchester. Greater Manchester

David Lawrence Smith, Founder and lately chairman, The Wash House Youth Club, Lewisham, London. For services to Young People. London

Francis Graham Smith, For services to Victim Support and to Health in Preston, Lancashire. Lancashire

Jack Smith, For services to Education and the community in Loanhead. Fife

John Francis Howe Smith, Secretary, The Stamford Mercury Archive Trust. For services to Conservation. Lincolnshire

Richard Frederick Smith, For services to the community in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. Buckinghamshire

David Spurrell, Formerly director, Sovereign Youth Centre, Surrey. For services to Young People. Surrey

Dr Roger William Squires, Formerly Deputy National chairman, Inland Waterways Association. For services to Inland Waterways. London

Peter Christian Steiner, For services to the community in Merton, South West London. London

George Alan Sutton, Youth Officer, Birkenhead and South Wirral Youth Service and Founder, Oread Mountaineering Club. For services to Young People. Merseyside

Mrs Vivienne Tamar Margaret Targett, For services to the community in Low Worsall, North Yorkshire. North Yorkshire

Mrs Agnes Cynthia Mary Taylor, For services to the community in Rustington, West Sussex. West Sussex

John Edward Teague, Member, St. Vincent de Paul Society. For services to the community. Kent

Mrs Nora Ann Hope Tennant, Chair, Friends of Davenies School and Cub Scout Leader, 2nd Beaconsfield Scout Group, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. For services to the community. Buckinghamshire

Dr Myrtle Sylvia Ternstrom, For services to the Lundy Field Society. Gloucestershire

Mrs Janet Ann Tibbey, Playgroup Leader, Clarendon Park Playgroup, Christchurch, Leicester. For services to Children and Families. Leicestershire

Mrs Joyce Tickner, Volunteer, Danbury Park School, Danbury, Essex. For services to Education. Essex

Leslie Denis Togwell, Group chairman, 15th St. Pancras Scout Group, London. For services to Young People. London

Michael Plaistow Trapaud, For services to the community in Shalden, Hampshire. Hampshire

Leonard Trevillion, For services to Music in Mayfield, East Sussex. East Sussex

Christopher David Trigwell, For services to the community in Kintbury, Berkshire. Berkshire

Mrs Patricia Mary Tucker, For services to the community in Berrynarbor, North Devon. Devon

David Turner, For services to the community in Hitcham, Suffolk. Suffolk

Miss Anne Skelton Vance, For services to People with Mental Illness in Northern Ireland. Belfast

Derrick Francis Vernall, For services to the community in Horning, Norfolk. Norfolk

Mrs Janice Waterman, Scout Leader and School Volunteer, Kings Somborne, Hampshire. For services to Young People. Hampshire

Alan George Watts, Captain, 5th London Company, Boys’ Brigade. For services to Young People. London

Mrs Edna Weatherby, Fundraiser, Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For services to Maritime Safety. Staffordshire

Mrs Patricia May Wenbourne, For services to the community in High Halden, Kent. Kent

Mrs Mary Glenys Wheeler, For services to the community in Garston, Liverpool. Merseyside

Mrs Dorothy Ella White, For services to the community in Newrough and Fourstones, Northumberland. Northumberland

Leslie Whitfield, Regional Volunteer Co-ordinator, Royal Society of Chemistry Benevolent Fund. For services to Chemistry and to the Community. Worcestershire

Mrs Yvonne Doris Whitley, Volunteer, Plas Newydd, Anglesey. For services to the National Trust and for charitable service in Anglesey. Anglesey

Anthony Willis, For services to the community in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands. West Midlands

Peter Richard Willmer, For services to the community in Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire. Cambridgeshire

Mrs Geraldine Mary Wilson, For services to the community in Loughton, Essex. Essex

Mrs Margaret Wilson, For services to Young People through the Girls’ Brigade and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme. Londonderry

Nigel Vincent Winchester, For services to the community in Maghull, Liverpool. Merseyside

Ms Beryl Windsor, For services to the Angel Canal Festival in North London. West Midlands

Mrs Rita Winstanley, Manager G, HM Young Offenders Institution Styal. For services to Female Offenders. Cheshire

Mrs Isabella Woods, For services to Cycling in Northern Ireland. Antrim

Inigo Rodney Milman Woolf, For services to the community in Hampstead, North West London. London

Mrs Constance Wright, Governor and Volunteer Patient Representative, Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases NHS Foundation Trust. For voluntary services to Healthcare. Somerset

Robert Dawson Wright, Museum Attendant, Northern Ireland War Memorial. For services to Museums. Antrim

Colin John Yates, Captain, St. Catherine’s Company, The Church Lads’ and Church Girls’ Brigade, Altrincham. For services to the community. Greater Manchester

Geoffrey John Young, Teacher and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme Leader, Mellow Lane School, Hayes, West London. For services to Young People.

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Dr Roger Gordon Fry, CBE President, Council of British International Schools. For services to UK education internationally and UK/Spain cultural relations.

Richard William Ground, OBE, QC Formerly chief Justice of Bermuda. For services to justice in Bermuda.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

DCMG

Mrs Alison Mariot Leslie, CMG HM Ambassador and UK permanent Representative to NATO.

KCMG

James David Bevan, CMG High commissioner, India.

The Rt Hon Sir Murray Stuart-Smith, Formerly president, Court of Appeal, Gibraltar. For services to justice in Gibraltar.

CMG

Ms Deborah Jane Bronnert, HM Ambassador, Zimbabwe.

The Rt Hon Sir Henry Brooke, President, The Slynn Foundation. For services to justice reform in Albania. James Wyndham John Hughes-Hallett, Chairman, John Swire & Sons Ltd. For services to British business interests in Asia and Australasia.

William Alistair Harrison, CVO Governor of Anguilla.

Anthony John Liddell Nightingale, Formerly managing director, the Jardine Matheson Group, Hong Kong. For services to British business interests in Asia.

Michael Angus O’Neill, Formerly head of Mission, Provincial Reconstruction Team, Helmand, Afghanistan.

Dr Jeffrey Phillip Owens, Formerly director, OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, Paris, France. For services to international tax co-operation.

Dr Ian Stuart Robertson, Member, BMW AG Board of Management and lately Board chairman, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd. For services to the British car industry.

Ms Andrea Lester Rose, OBE Director, Visual Arts, British Council.

Dr Patrick Gilmer Topping, Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Jonathan Paul Wilks, Formerly HM Ambassador, Yemen.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

John Ashton, Foreign secretary’s Special Representative for Climate Change. For services to international climate change.

Andrew Peter Bird, Chairman, Walt Disney International, Los Angeles, USA. For services to UK media and entertainment.

Lewis William Killcross Booth, Formerly Executive vice president and chief Financial Officer, Ford Motor Company. For services to the UK automotive and manufacturing industries.

Richard Curtis Fursland, OBE Chief executive Officer, British American Business and British-American Council. For services to British trade and commercial interests.

Professor Richard John Heald, OBE Surgical director, The Pelican Cancer Foundation. For services to UK surgery internationally.

Richard Brian Thornley, President, Rolls-Royce, Japan Ltd. For services to British business in Japan and UK/Japan industrial partnership.

OBE

Jonathan William Addis, Formerly chairman, The British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce. For services to UK trade and investment.

Reza Afshar, First secretary Political, UK Mission to the United Nations, New York.

John Ramsay Bremner, Senior vice president, North East Asia, and chairman, Unilever, Japan. For services to corporate social responsibility and to the community in Japan.

Karel Mark Chichon, Co-Founder and Artistic director, Gibraltar Philharmonic Society. For services to music and culture in Gibraltar.

Mrs Diana Caroline Carew Colvin, Formerly Chair, Diplomatic Service Families Association. For services to Foreign and Commonwealth Office staff and family support.

Ian Fraser Hirchfield, First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Peter John Hughes, Formerly HM Ambassador, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

Timothy Basil Hull, First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Alan Ralph Kell, Co-Chair, UK/China Eco Cities & Green Buildings Group. For services to UK/China collaboration in the development and delivery of sustainable buildings.

Mrs (Anne) Judith Kerr, Writer and Illustrator. For services to children’s literature and holocaust education.

Ian McNeill, Formerly chief of Staff, Provincial Reconstruction Team, Helmand, Afghanistan. For services to stabilisation and development in Afghanistan.

Brendan John McSharry, MBE Director, British Council, Iraq.

Peter Guy Michelmore, Formerly chairman, British Business Group, Abu Dhabi, UAE. For services to British business interests and to the British community in Abu Dhabi.

Professor Catherine Anne Morgan, Director, British School, Athens, Greece. For services to classical scholarship.

Lady Miloska Nott, Charity Trustee. For services to humanitarian work, particularly to Bosnia-Herzegovina. Stanley George Platt, President, ‘Light into Europe’. For services to the visually impaired in Romania.

Ms Luise Ingrid Schafer, Formerly vice Chair, Abacus Lighting Ltd, China. For services to British business in China.

Bashir Bernard Siman, Board Adviser, Al Farida Investments LLC, Abu Dhabi, UAE. For services to British financial services in Abu Dhabi.

Mrs Angela Slater, Head, Legalisation Office, Consular Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Elmore Stoutt, Formerly Member, Legislative Council, British Virgin Islands. For services to education and to the community in the British Virgin Islands.

Dr Elizabeth Mary Frances Teague, Research Analyst, Eastern Europe and Central Asia Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Dr Alan George Walton, Founding president, National Committee on Bioscience Innovations. For services to the UK biotechnology industry.

MBE

Mrs Hima Abdullah, Personal assistant to the chief executive, British Council.

Miss Caroline Louise Barron, Third secretary, Bogota, Columbia.

Ms Katherine Margaret Blake, Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Martyn Charles William Bould, Chairman, Cayman National Cultural Foundation. For services to cultural preservation and development in the Cayman Islands.

Ms Isabel M Carden, Director, The Queen Elizabeth II Garden, New York. For services to UK/USA business and British community interests in New York.

David Peter Clay, Formerly Second secretary, Benghazi, Libya.

Andrew Gordon Cowie, Founder, ‘Friends of Sick Children in Malawi’. For services to healthcare in Africa. Toby Thomas Anthony Cox, Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Mrs Maria Louisa Desoiza, Chair, the Gibraltar Society for Cancer Relief. For services to cancer relief in Gibraltar.

Dr Alan Stewart Downie, Headmaster, Lancaster School, Mexico City. For services to UK education and to the community in Mexico.

Dr Sook Lee Yin-Eccles, Medical director, the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and Cayman Heart Fund. For services to medicine and charitable organisations in the Cayman Islands.

Dean Anthony Goodall, Formerly Third secretary, Tripoli, Libya.

Ms Karen Wilma Graham, Matron, Oil Clinic, Tripoli, Libya. For services to nursing and to the community in Tripoli.

Joseph Gordon Green, Mechanic and voluntary worker, Tristan da Cunha. For services to the community in Tristan da Cunha.

Mrs Carolyn Mary Hall, Executive vice Chair, Laptops 4 Learning”, Nigeria. For services to education and environmental awareness in Nigeria.

Mrs Alison Mary Heath, Field Botanist. For services to botany and conservation.

Roger Anthony Frederick Heath, Field Botanist. For services to botany and conservation.

Miss Josephine Ann Hennessy, Assistant Nursing Services manager, Oil Clinic, Tripoli, Libya. For services to nursing and to the community in Tripoli.

Dr Peter Frank Hirst, Executive director, Office of Executive Education, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. For services to the promotion of UK/USA business and academia interests.

Neil Peter Hulbert, Formerly vice Consul, Cairo, Egypt.

Raymond Philip Illman, Retired structural engineer. For services to education in Nepal.

Parvais Jabbar, Executive director, the Death Penalty Project. For services to international human rights. Miss Rosemary Teresa Kopecek, Community midwife. For services to healthcare in Morocco.

Ms Valerie Anne Mashman, Formerly British Honorary Consul, Sarawak, Malaysia. For services to British nationals and to the community in Sarawak.

Michael Emerson Meyler, Teacher, British Council, Colombo, Sri Lanka. For services to the English language.

Russel Scrimengeour Middleton, Formerly Third secretary, Tehran, Iran.

Ms Judith Louise Muxworthy, Formerly Third secretary Political, Jerusalem.

Brig Adrian Peter Martin Jonathan Naughten, Chairman, Royal British Legion, Kenya. For services to the community in Kenya.

Ms Elizabeth Anne Oliver, Director, Animal Rescue, Kansai, Japan. For services to animal welfare and civil society in Japan.

George Orr, Chieftain, Caledonian Society, Libya. For services to the British community in Tripoli, Libya.

Mrs Olive Egleton Osborne, Branch secretary and National secretary, The Legion, Zimbabwe. For services to the community in Zimbabwe.

Mrs Shirley Louise Taylor Pearman, For services to education and to the community in Bermuda.

Michael Prescott, Founder member, National Dance Organisation, Gibraltar. For services to dance and the arts in Gibraltar.

Mrs Julie Ann Richards, Chair, Board of Governors, British School, Al Khubairat, Abu Dhabi, UAE. For services to UK education overseas.

Richard William Ridout, First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Philip Paul Robinson, Deputy head of Rule of Law and Senior Prisons Adviser, Provincial Reconstruction Team, Helmand, Afghanistan. For services to the rule of law in Afghanistan.

Mrs Gillian Roe, Formerly assistant director of Studies, British Council, Valencia, Spain.

Norman James Shackley, Chairman, British Friends of Vanuatu. For services to UK/Vanuatu relations.

Stuart Campbell Summers, Formerly First secretary Political, Tehran, Iran.

Peter David Thomas, Information Technology Specialist, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Mrs Edith May Timm, Formerly chief Education Officer,St. Helena. For services to education and to the community in St. Helena.

Mrs Esther Dorothy Walker, Nurse. For services to the development of palliative care in Sudan.

Mrs Viki Lynne Walker, Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Richard Hugh Weeks, Consular Warden, Benghazi, Libya. For services to the British community in Benghazi, Libya.

Mrs Sandra Lesley Wilderspin, Principal, The British School, Kathmandu, Nepal. For services to UK education overseas.

Ms Susan Mary Wilkinson, Formerly Ward Sister, Oil Clinic, Tripoli, Libya. For services to nursing and to the community in Tripoli.

Sean Derek Winnett, Formerly Second secretary, Beijing, China.

Mrs Cynthia Sara Zukas, Patron, Visual Arts, Zambia. For services to art internationally and to charitable work in Zambia.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Mrs Felicity Erica Gray Calvo, Voluntary worker. For services to the community in Madrid, Spain.

Manuel Ruiz, Founding president, Senior Citizens’ Association, Gibraltar. For services to the community, particularly to senior citizens, in Gibraltar.

COMMONWEALTH - ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Jason D Brodie, For public service.

COMMONWEALTH - BARBADOS

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

The Reverend Wesley Winfield Hall, For services to sport and the community.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Rashid Orlando Marville, For his contribution to the Foreign Service.

The Reverend Oscar Holman Millar, For services to the Methodist Church, education and the community.

Dr George Lincoln Reid, For services to the financial sector.

OBE

Dr Frances Louise Chandler, For services to agriculture.

Hensley Henderson Robinson, For public service in the area of the electoral process.

Ms Carolyn Adora Sinkler, For services to education and sport.

MBE

Collis Earl Blackman, For services to labour relations.

David Lionel Harding, For services to the maritime industry.

COMMONWEALTH - BELIZE

OBE

Sister Maria Caritas Lawrence, For services to education and religion.

The Right Reverend Philip Silvin Wright, For services to religion.

COMMONWEALTH - COOK ISLANDS

MBE

Daniel Apii, For services to the public and the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Nooroa Kairenga Atera, For services to the public and the community.

COMMONWEALTH - GRENADA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Ms Anne Louise Pierre, For services to education.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Glenroy Albert Johnson, For public service and services to sport.

Sister Mary Francis Nelson, For social work.

COMMONWEALTH - GUERNSEY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Jurat Alan Cecil Bisson, For voluntary service as a Jurat of the Guernsey Royal Court.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

John Philip Bougourd, For services to Sark and to the Royal National Lifeboat Insitution.

Mrs Janet Kathleen Bran, For services to music and to charity in Guernsey.

COMMONWEALTH - ISLE OF MAN

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

David Patrick Downie, For services to hyperbaric medicine and the community in the Isle of Man.

Denis Godfrey Maxwell, For services to the Manx Government.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

William Henry Kneale, For services to the ex-Service and local communities in the Isle of Man.

Mrs Dorothy Eleanor Shimmin, For services to music and to the community in the Isle of Man.

COMMONWEALTH - JERSEY

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Michael Birt, For services to the Crown and the community in Jersey.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

John Hodge, For services to the Homeless in Jersey.

Jean Amy Le Maistre, For services to the people of Jersey and overseas.

Mrs Dawn Woodhouse, For services to injured servicemen and servicewomen, and Founder and chairman of Holidays for Heroes.

COMMONWEALTH - SAINT LUCIA

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG

Calixte George, For services to the nation in agriculture and government.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Mrs Virginia Albert-Poyotte, For services to teaching, educational administration and the community.

Anthony Bryan Severin, For his contribution to public and regional service.

MBE

Ms Juliet Clare Brathwaite, For services to education and charity.

Ignatius Evans, For services to education and the community.

MacDonald Jawahir, For services to agriculture and business.

Keifer Vitalis, For services to industry and commerce.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Mrs Margaret Murris-Anthony, For services to the community.

Ms Melzar Bruce, For services to education, community and youth development.

Gregory Dickson, For services to the community.

Mrs Antonia Leonilla Polius, For services to teaching and the community.

Leonard Preville, For services to agriculture and the community.

COMMONWEALTH - SOLOMON ISLANDS

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

KCMG

Francis Billy Hilly, CMG. For services to politics, governance, public administration and community development.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE

Bruce Joshua Saunders, OBE. For service to business and public and community development.

OBE

Chief Colin Gauwane, For services to politics, education, the Church and community development.

Kamilo Teke, For services to governance, local politics, education and the Church.

MBE

Fr Ata, Sam. For services to the Church and the community.

Bartholomew Basia, For services to the media, sport and the community.

Simon Joshua Houma, For services to education, the Church and community development.

The Reverend Canon Mathew Kale, For services to education, the Church, provincial government and community development.

Ms Caroline Laore, For services to the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

William Atale, For services to the local transport industry and the community.

MILITARY DIVISION - ROYAL NAVY

ORDER OF THE BATH

KCB

Admiral George Michael Zambellas, DSC

CBE

Surgeon Vice Admiral Philip Iain Raffaelli, Q.H.P..

Vice Admiral Alan David Richards

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE

Vice Admiral Charles Percival Ross Montgomery, CBE, ADC

CBE

Rear Admiral Thomas Anthony Cunningham

Rear Admiral Stephen John Lloyd

OBE

Commodore Robert James Mansergh, Royal Navy.

Capt Stephen John Murdoch, Royal Navy.

Cdr Jason Peter Phillips, Royal Navy.

Capt Jeremy Neil Melrose Plant, Royal Navy.

Capt Richard Laurence Powell, Royal Navy.

Capt Christopher Mark Skidmore, Royal Navy.

MBE

Chaplain Bernard Ronald Clarke, Q.H.C., Royal Navy.

WO Class 1 Engineer Technician (Marine Engineering Submarines) Brian Hall

Lt Cdr Paul Dominic Harrison, Royal Navy.

WO Class 1 Warfare Specialist (Abovewater Warfare Tactical) Simon Paul Hayman

Lt Cdr Ian Stuart Hobson, Royal Navy.

WO Class 1 Thomas Patrick Hodge, Royal Marines.

WO Class 2 Ceri Lewis, Royal Marines.

Capt (Acting Maj) David Guy Phillips, Royal Marines.

Lt Christopher John Read, Royal Naval Reserve (Sea Cadet Corps).

Lt Cdr (Acting Cdr) Andrew Derek Riggall, Royal Navy.

Capt (Acting Maj) Christopher Michael Starling, Royal Marines.

WO Class 1 (Marine Engineering Mechanic) (Mechanical) John Cowan Walker

ROYAL RED CROSS

ARRC

CPO (Naval Nurse) Kevin Ward, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service.

QUEEN’S VOLUNTEER RESERVES MEDAL

QVRM

Air Engineering Mechanic Michelle Ping, Royal Naval Reserve.

MILITARY DIVISION - ARMY

ORDER OF THE BATH

CB

Maj Gen Bruce Brealey, Late Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Maj Gen Jonathan David Shaw, CBE Late The Parachute Regiment.

Maj Gen Michael James Von Bertele, OBE, QHS Late Royal Army Medical Corps.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE

Lt Gen Gary Robert Coward, CB, OBE Late Army Air Corps.

Lt Gen Paul Raymond Newton, CBE Late The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment.

CBE

Col Robert Hurst Greenaway Mills, Late Grenadier Guards.

Brig Edward Alexander Smyth-Osbourne, Late The Life Guards.

Col Jeremy John Hobart Tuck, Late Royal Army Medical Corps.

Col Jonathan Andrew Hallam Welch, MBE Late Corps of Royal Engineers.

OBE

Lt Col Jeremy Matthew James Bennett, Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Lt Col Adam John Brooks, Royal Army Medical Corps, Territorial Army.

Lt Col Anthony Seth Gash, Royal Tank Regiment.

Lt Col Benedict Douglas Anthony Kite, Intelligence Corps.

Lt Col Guy Anthony Levene, The Royal Logistic Corps.

Lt Col Nicholas Andrew Luck, The Royal Logistic Corps.

Lt Col Christopher Anthony Luckham, MBE The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment.

Lt Col Simon Alastair Orr, Royal Army Medical Corps.

Acting Col Paul Henry Shepherd, TD 1st (Northern Ireland) Battalion Army Cadet Force.

Lt Col David Michael Thorpe, The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment.

Col Richard Wardlaw, Late Corps of Royal Engineers.

Lt Col Eamonn John Welch, Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Lt Col Sharon Woodhouse, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps.

MBE

Maj Alexander Aitchison, The Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Maj Robert Nicholas Alston, Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Maj David Edward James Kemmis-Betty, The Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Capt Nicolas William David Binnington, The Light Dragoons.

Maj Steven Paul Burton, The Mercian Regiment.

Maj Ian Richard Cheesman, The Royal Logistic Corps.

Maj Hamish George Gordon Cormack, The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment.

Maj (Acting Lt Col) Scott Wilson Currie Coughtrie, General List, Territorial Army.

Maj Rachel Anne Emmerson, The Royal Logistic Corps.

Maj Wayne William Forrest, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

Lt Col Dominic Paul Fox, Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Capt Richard John Gardner, The Royal Logistic Corps.

Cpl (Acting Sgt) Owen Paul Green, Corps of Royal Engineers.

Cpl Ivan Philip Videira Gregory, Intelligence Corps, Territorial Army.

Capt Glenn Timothy Hall, The Royal Logistic Corps, Territorial Army.

Maj Thomas Anthony Harper, The Rifles.

Maj Rodney Blake Harward, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.

Maj Richard Bouke Hawkins, Corps of Royal Engineers.

Maj (Acting Lt Col) John Holden, Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Maj Barry Humphreys, Army Air Corps.

Capt Richard Andrew McMahon, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

Maj Philip Robert Daniel Muir, Royal Corps of Signals.

(NEE BAGNALL Maj Alison Elspet) Munro, Adjutant General’s Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch).

Capt Robert Glenn Parkyn, The Royal Logistic Corps, Territorial Army.

Lt Col Anthony Pickford, The Rifles.

Acting Lt Col Alistair Ferguson Spowage, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Battalion, Army Cadet Force.

Staff Sgt Adrian Lee Stone, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Territorial Army.

Cpl (Acting Sgt) Mark Steven Sutcliffe, The Royal Anglian Regiment.

Maj Andrew Hartley Townend, The Parachute Regiment.

Maj Matthew Edward Westley, The Royal Welsh.

WO Class 2 Gareth John Woolley, Royal Corps of Signals.

QUEEN’S VOLUNTEER RESERVES MEDAL

QVRM

Maj Edmund Lincoln Byrne, TD The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment, Territorial Army.

Maj Terence McVey, Royal Corps of Signals, Territorial Army.

Colour Sgt Stewart Desmond Stannard, The Royal Welsh, Territorial Army.

The Reverend (Maj) Jeremy John Ernest Sutton, TD Royal Army Chaplains’ Department, Territorial Army. Overseas Territories Police and Fire Service Medal

Michael Jackman, Deputy commissioner of Police, Bermuda Police Service.

Davis Harrison Scott, Senior Police Constable, Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.

MILITARY DIVISION - ROYAL AIR FORCE

ORDER OF THE BATH

GCB

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Gary George Dalton, KCB Royal Air Force.

CB

Air Vice-Marshal Gregory Jack Bagwell, CBE Royal Air Force.

Air Vice-Marshal Michael Paul Colley, OBE Royal Air Force.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Air Commodore Ashley David Stevenson, OBE

Group Capt Warren Austin William James, MBE Royal Air Force.

OBE

Wing Cdr Richard Paul Barrow, Royal Air Force.

Wing Cdr Diana Elizabeth Bentley, Royal Air Force Reserve.

Wing Cdr Adrian Vincent Roland Bettridge, MBE Royal Air Force.

Group Capt Richard Francis John Clifford, Royal Air Force.

Wing Cdr Paul Robert Hotston, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training).

Wing Cdr Andrew Keith Johnstone, Royal Air Force.

Wing Cdr David Malcolm Nott, Royal Auxiliary Air Force.

MBE

Flt Lt Diane Paula Carbutt, Royal Air Force.

WO Nicholas Edward Dale, Royal Air Force.

WO Ian Robert McCurdie Galloway, Royal Air Force.

WO Stephen James Peter Guppy, Royal Air Force.

Chief Technician John Raymond Kirk, Royal Air Force.

Sqn Ldr Ian Paul Marshall, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training).

Flt Sgt John Thomas Nellis, Royal Air Force.

Sgt Christopher Aaron Michael Pacey, Royal Air Force.

Sqn Ldr Andrew Richard Pittock, Royal Air Force.

Sqn Ldr William Daniel Roman Saunders, Royal Air Force.

Flt Lt Michael Snowden, Royal Air Force.

Sgt Helen Dorothy Thomas, Royal Auxiliary Air Force.

WO Raymond Thomson, Royal Air Force.

Sqn Ldr David Howard Woolcock, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training).

SUNDRIES - ENGLAND AND WALES

QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL

QPM

Simon Roger Ash, Chief Constable, Suffolk Constabulary.

Terence Bradley Boland, Detective Sergeant, Metropolitan Police Service.

Ms Kate Brookman, Constable, Sussex Police.

John Corrigan, Detective Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Service.

Steven Cotterill, Detective chief Superintendent, Derbyshire Police.

Allan Nathaniel Gibson, Commander, Metropolitan Police Service.

Andrew John Holt, Assistant chief Constable, South Yorkshire Police.

Stuart Hyde, Chief Constable, Cumbria Police.

Ian Learmonth, Chief Constable, Kent Police.

Nicholas Merrick, Constable, Avon and Somerset Constabulary.

Ms Carmel Maria Philomena Napier, Chief Constable, Gwent Police.

Douglas Robert Paxton, Deputy chief Constable, Staffordshire Police.

Ms Susan Elizabeth Peart, Formerly Police Inspector, Northumbria Police.

Stephen Rhodes, Formerly Constable, Metropolitan Police Service.

Andrew Frank Taylor, Detective chief Superintendent, Thames Valley Police.

Robert Varey, Formerly chief Superintendent, South Yorkshire Police.

Adrian John Whiting, Assistant chief Constable, Dorset Police.

Ms Sian Lewis-Williams, Sergeant, South Wales Police.

SUNDRIES - SCOTLAND

Colin Menzies, Assistant chief Constable, Grampian Police.

John Mitchell, Detective chief Superintendent, Strathclyde Police.

SUNDRIES - NORTHERN IRELAND

Kenneth Annett, Inspector, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Stephen McQueen, Sergeant, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Derek Harry Scott, Detective chief inspector, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

SUNDRIES - ENGLAND AND WALES

QUEEN’S FIRE SERVICE MEDAL

QFSM

Stephen Beckley, Deputy chief Fire Officer, director of Operations, West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Neil Fritzche, Area manager (Response), Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue.

William Albert Gough, Group Commander, West Midlands Fire Service.

David Charles Howells, Formerly director of Corporate Services, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Paul Kenneth Richardson, Deputy chief Fire Officer, Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service.

SUNDRIES - SCOTLAND

William Hume, Watch Commander, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue.

SUNDRIES - ENGLAND AND WALES

QUEEN’S AMBULANCE SERVICE MEDAL

QAM

David Fletcher, Resuscitation Development Officer, South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.

Dafydd Jones-Morris, Acting director of Operations, Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Peter Mulcahy, Head of Service, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

SUNDRIES - SCOTLAND

Gerard Joseph Egan, Paramedic Clinical director, Scottish Ambulance Service.

SUNDRIES - NORTHERN IRELAND

Brian McNeill, Director of Operations, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.

 

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