2016 New Year Honours

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The New Year Honours 2016 were appointments by some of the 16 Commonwealth realms to various orders and honours to recognise and reward good works by citizens of those countries. The New Year Honours are awarded as part of the New Year celebrations at the start of January. The official lists of the 2016 New Year Honours for civilians[1] and military were announced on 31 December.[2][3]

The recipients of honours are displayed as they were styled before their new honour and arranged by the country (in order of precedence) whose ministers advised The Queen on the appointments, then by honour with grades i.e. Knight/Dame Grand Cross, Knight/Dame Commander etc. and then divisions i.e. Civil, Diplomatic and Military as appropriate.

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United Kingdom[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the United Kingdom with honours within her own gift and with the advice of the Government for other honours.[4]

  • 1,196 people were awarded honours.
  • The majority of the recipients (1,044) received OBE (243), MBE (472) or British Empire Medal (329) awards.
  • 578 of the honorees are women, representing 48% of the total.
  • 5.7% of the recipients are ethnic minorities.
  • The youngest recipient is 13-year-old Jonjo Heuerman, who was awarded the British Empire Medal for raising more than £235,000 (~USD$350k) for cancer research.[5]

Member of the Order of Merit (OM)[edit]

The riband and badge of the Order of Merit

Order of the Companions of Honour (CH)[edit]

The riband and badge of the "Companions of Honour"

Knight Bachelor[edit]

Order of the Bath[edit]

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (GCB)[edit]

Military
Royal Navy
Royal Air Force

Knight / Dame Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB / DCB)[edit]

Military
Army
Civilian

Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)[edit]

Military
Royal Navy
Army
Royal Air Force
Civilian

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knight / Dame Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (GCMG)[edit]

Knight / Dame Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG / DCMG)[edit]

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)[edit]

Royal Victorian Order[edit]

Star of a Commander or Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order

Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO)[edit]

Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)[edit]

  • Christopher John Adcock – chief financial officer, Duchy of Lancaster.
  • Lucinda Katharine Elizabeth Baker – Deputy Private Secretary to The Duchess of Gloucester.
  • Sophia Louisa Densham – Assistant Private Secretary to the Duchess of Cornwall.
  • Allison Sharaon Patricia Derrett MVO – Assistant Archivist, Royal Archives.
  • Dr. Timothy Hugh David Evans – Apothecary to The Queen and to the Royal Households.
  • Commodore John Rowland Hance CBE – formerly Gentleman Usher to The Queen.
  • Major General Alasdair Ian Gordon Kennedy CB CBE – formerly Gentleman Usher to The Queen.
  • David Kim Parry – Director, Outward Bound Trust.
  • David Paul Pogson MVO – Senior Communications Officer, Royal Household.
  • Sarah Squire – Head of HR Services, Royal Household.
  • Dr. Richard Charles David Staughton – Consultant Dermatologist.

Member of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)[edit]

  • Harry Ian Collins – For services to the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award.
  • Alan William Goodship RVM – Kennel Man, Sandringham Estate.
  • Ruth Marguerite Hackney – formerly Personal Assistant to the Deputy Ranger, Windsor Great Park.
  • Lorraine Denise King – Deputy Clerk to the Lieutenancy of Essex.
  • Simon David Metcalf – Armourer, Royal Collection.
  • Barry John Mitford RVM – The Queen's Page.
  • Martin Paul Oates RVM – Senior Carriage Restorer, Royal Mews.
  • Stewart Charles Reginald Parvin – Dressmaker to The Queen.
  • Tracy Richardson – Enterprise Executive, The Prince's Trust.
  • Ian David Arthur Russell – Registrar and Seneschal of the Cinque Ports.
  • Paul Anthony Lynden Singer – Director of Operations, Government House, Canberra.
  • Sergeant Andrew David Thomas – Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
  • Margaret Rose Walker – Housekeeper, Birkhall.
  • Brian Redvers Watts – Volunteer, The Prince's Trust.

Royal Victorian Medal (RVM)[edit]

Gold Medal
Silver Medal
  • Ian Leslie Bullock – Fire and Security Officer, Palace of Holyroodhouse.
  • Dugald Cameron – Storeman, Aberdovey Centre, Outward Bound Trust.
  • Constable Gary Robert Copeland – Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
  • Joanne Dermott – Assistant Dresser to The Queen.
  • Keven Rodger Dunger – Senior Stud Hand, Royal Studs.
  • Peter John Gillan – Visitor Services Assistant, Balmoral Castle.
  • Clive John Lockyer – Senior Gardener, Government House, Perth.
  • Daren James Palmer – Gardener, Sandringham Estate.
  • Neil Leslie Turner – Senior Attendant, Windsor Castle.
  • Constable James Michael Williams – Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Insignia of a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire (GBE)[edit]

Military

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)[edit]

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)[edit]

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)[edit]

Military
Royal Navy
Army
Royal Air Force
  • Air Commodore Jonathan Nigel Ager – Commanding Officer, Air Mobility Force
  • Air Commodore David Joseph Waddington – Force Commander, Tornado and Air Commodore, F35B Lightning
  • Group Captain Paul Joseph Warwick – Chief British military support to the National Ebola Response Centre situation room, in Freetown, Sierra Leone
Civilian
  • Peta Joyce Ash – for services to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Richard James Atkins – for services to Further Education.
  • His Honour Michael Findlay Baker QC DL – for services to the Administration of Justice and to the community in Hertfordshire
  • Professor Phyllida Barlow – for services to Art.
  • Rhona Julia Barnfield – for services to Education.
  • John Baxter – for services to Engineering, Education and the Energy Sector.
  • Graham John Beale – for services to the Financial Services Sector.
  • Robert Fredrick Behrens – for services to Higher Education.
  • Professor Viv Bennett – for services to Nursing.
  • Guy Gibson Beringer – for services to Export Finance and Pro Bono Work in the Legal Sector.
  • Conrad Bird – for services to UK Government Communications and Trade.
  • Sharon Tracey Blackburn – for services to Nursing and the Not-For-Profit Care Sector.
  • Roy Terence Blatchford – for services to Education.
  • Professor Paul Joseph Boyle – for services to Social Science.
  • Dr Timothy John Gilby Brooks – for services to Public Health.
  • Dorothy Marie Brown – for services to Taxpayers.
  • Professor Christopher John Kent Bulstrode – for services to Humanitarian Medicine.
  • Professor Wendy Joan Carlin – for services to Economics and Public Finance.
  • Professor Barry Carpenter OBE – for services to Special Educational Needs.
  • Professor Steven Kenneth Chapman – for services to Higher Education.
  • Zameer Mohammed Choudrey – for services to the UK Wholesale Industry and charity in the UK and Abroad.
  • Professor David Alastair Standish Compston – for services to Multiple Sclerosis Treatment.
  • Dr Vivienne Cox – for services to the UK Economy and Sustainability.
  • Professor John Coyne – for services to Higher Education.
  • Professor Charles Frank Craddock – for services to Medicine and Medical Research.
  • Professor Melanie Jane Davies – for services to Diabetes Research.
  • Samir Desai – for services to Financial Services.
  • Air Cmde (Retd) Martin Terry Doel OBE – for services to Further Education.
  • Ian Gareth Dormer – for services to Business particularly in the North East.
  • Rowan Malcolm Douglas – for services to the Economy through Risk, Insurance and Sustainable Growth.
  • Simon Charles Dow – for services to Housing and Homeless People.
  • Timothy James Dutton QC – for services to the UK Legal System.
  • Catherine Dyer – for services to Law and Order in Scotland.
  • Dr Ian Webber Evett – for services to Forensic Science.
  • Paul David Charles Farmer – for services to Mental Health.
  • Paul Maurice Fuller QFSM – for services to the Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Professor Nigel Paul Gibbens – for services to the Veterinary Profession and Animal Welfare.
  • Jacqueline Gold – for services to Entrepreneurship, Women in Business and Social Enterprise.
  • Dr Caroline Harper OBE – for services to Visually Impaired People Abroad.
  • Councillor Simon Antony Henig – for political and public service.
  • Dr Barry Keith Humphreys – for services to Aviation and charity.
  • Neil Jameson – for services to Community Organising and Social Justice.
  • Timothy Lloyd Jones – for services to the Pensions Industry and Pension Provision.
  • David Joseph – for services to the UK Music Industry.
  • Sandra Jane Keene – for services to Social Care.
  • Professor Deirdre Anne Kelly – for services to Children and Young People with Liver Disease.
  • Julia Killick, Governor – for services to HM Prison Service.
  • David Christopher Lane – for services to Childcare and Social Work.
  • Professor David Michael Lane – for services to Engineering.
  • Gerald Lavery – for services to the Agri-Food Industry in Northern Ireland.
  • Denis Law – for services to Football and charity.
  • Francis Henry Lee – for services to Football and charity.
  • Dr Tracy Elisabeth Long – for services to Public and Private Sector Governance.
  • Professor Karen Anne Luker – for services to Nursing and Midwifery.
  • Radu Lupu – for services to Music.
  • Professor Catherine Elizabeth MacPhee – for services to Women in Physics.
  • Professor Peter John Matthews OBE – for services to Environmental Management.
  • Professor Linda Margaret McDowell – for services to Geography and Higher Education.
  • Gillian McGregor – for services to Immigration Management and Counter Terrorism.
  • Mark McInnes – for political service.
  • Professor David Kenneth Miles – for services to Monetary Policy.
  • Andrew Moffat – for services to the North East England Economy and UK Ports.
  • Susan Moore – for services to Public Administration.
  • Peter Julian John Morgan – for services to Drama.
  • Professor Peter Gordon Morris – for services to Science and Medicine.
  • Caroline Helen Theobald Morse – for services to Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • Professor Karen Ann Mumford – for services to Economics and Labour Market Diversity.
  • Councillor Susan Christine Murphy – for political and public service.
  • Maxwell George Murray – for services to the Northern Ireland Prison Service.
  • Professor Paul O'Brien FRS – for services to Science and Engineering.
  • Neil O'Connor – for services to Fire Safety and Flood Resilience.
  • Jean Davies Oglesby – for services to Philanthropy in the North West.
  • Bobby Paton – for services to the Promotion of IT Skills and Apprenticeships.
  • Lyndy Payne – for services the Advertising and Marketing Communications Industry.
  • Sarah Payne – for services to Prisons, Probation and the community in Wales.
  • Annamarie Phelps – for services to Rowing.
  • Anthony Charles Preston – for services to UK Business, Entrepreneurship and philanthropic service to charity.
  • Professor Susan Ann Price – for services to Higher Education.
  • Charles David Randell – for services to Financial Stability and Climate Change Policy.
  • Dr Raminder Singh Ranger MBE – for services to Business and Community Cohesion.
  • Andrew Scallan – for services to Electoral Democracy.
  • Professor Julia Teresa Selwyn – for services to Adoption and Children's Social Care.
  • Lucy Nicola Shaw – for services to Transport.
  • Jill Ann, Lady Shaw Ruddock – for philanthropic services to Older People.
  • Yasmin Sheikh MBE – for services to Women and Social Integration.
  • William Matthew Timothy Stephen Sieghart – for services to Public Libraries.
  • Dr Nina Maria Skorupska – for services to Renewables and Equality in the Energy Industry.
  • Adrian Smith – for services to HM Prison Service.
  • Andrew John Smith OBE – for services to Local Government.
  • Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette Staunton OBE – for services to Drama.
  • Christopher Berkeley Stephens – for services to the Judiciary.
  • James Stewart – for political service.
  • Dr Geraldine Mary Strathdee OBE – for services to Mental Health.
  • John Surtees OBE – for services to Motorsport.
  • Margie Taylor – for services to Dental Health in Scotland.
  • Dr Maurice Vincent Taylor – for services to Business and to charity.
  • Hugh Osborn Thornbery – for services to Children and Families.
  • Jill Tookey MBE – for services to Dance and Young People.
  • Simon Richard Trace – for services to International Development.
  • Professor David Tregar Ulph – for services to Economics and Social Sciences.
  • Beryl Frances Vertue OBE – for services to Television Drama.
  • Edward Victor – for services to the Publishing Industry.
  • Professor Joanna Marguerite Wardlaw – for services to Neuroimaging and Clinical Science.
  • Professor Andrew Brian Wathey – for services to Higher Education.
  • Simon Weston OBE – for charitable services.
  • Keith Malcolm Willett – for services to the NHS.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

Military
Royal Navy/Royal Marines
  • Brig David Mark Mortimer Evans.
  • Lt Col Gary Edward Green.
  • Cdr Lee Charles Hardy.
  • Capt Michael John Hawthorne.
  • Cdr (Acting Capt) Daniel Gordon Howard.
  • Capt Richard Gordon Ingram.
  • Cdr Ross Spooner.
Army
  • Col David Desmond Casey. Late Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Col Kristien Irwin Chafer. Late Army Air Corps
  • Acting Col John Richard Collinge, ADC. Late Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Col Martyn William Forgrave, QGM. Late The Mercian Regiment.
  • Acting Col Ashley Raymond Fulford. Army Cadet Force
  • Lt Col Michael Alexander Evanson-Goddard. The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Lt Col Gavin Paul Hatcher. Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Maj Albert Thomas Keeling, MBE. Royal Army Medical Corps.
  • Lt Col Colette Kathleen MacDonald. Adjutant General's Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch)
  • Lt Col Michael William Shervington. The Parachute Regiment
  • Lt Col Dean Alexander Stevens. The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Col Ian Tinsley. Late Royal Regiment of Artillery
Royal Air Force
  • Wing Commander Daniel Beard
  • Group Captain Philip Charles Berkeley Harding
  • Group Captain Jeremy Dalton Holmes
  • Wing Commander Paul Antony Kendall
  • Wing Commander Andrew James Knight
  • Wing Commander Rachel Louise Pudney
  • Air Commodore Lincoln Scott Taylor
Civilian

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

Military
Royal Navy/Royal Marines
  • WO Class 1 Warfare Specialist (Abovewater Warfare Tactical) Mark Alan Barker.
  • Lt Cdr Martin John Collis.
  • Lt Cdr Martin John Ford AFC
  • Lt Cdr (Acting Cdr) Christopher Stephen Franks.
  • Lt Col (now Col) Graeme William Fraser.
  • WO Class 1 Joseph John Gillespie.
  • Lt Cdr David James Joyce.
  • WO Class 1 Logistics (Catering Services) Trevor Llewellyn.
  • Cdr Alan James MacKie RNR Combined Cadet Force
  • Lt Cdr Paul Allan Thomson.
  • Lt Cdr Samantha Truelove.
  • WO Class 1 Engineering Technician (Marine Engineering) Thomas Ward.
  • CPO Medical Assistant Marc Alan Wilkins.
Army
  • Maj Lucy Theresa Anderson. The Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Maj Christopher Richard Ankers. Corps of Royal Engineers.
  • Maj Peter William Stanhope Baines. The Rifles.
  • Maj Sarah Ann Ballantyne. Adjutant General's Corps (Royal Military Police).
  • WO Class 1 Gary Binks. The Royal Logistic Corps Army Reserve.
  • Maj Mark William Brett. Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Capt Wayne Keith Burnard. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
  • Capt Andrew Butcher. Grenadier Guards.
  • Capt Graeme Campbell. Royal Corps of Signals.
  • Maj Benedict Edward Casson. The Rifles.
  • Maj Roy John Conyer. Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Capt Roderick Duncan Cowan. Royal Corps of Signals Army Reserve.
  • Maj Verity Jayne Crompton. Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Maj Robert Peter Cutler. The Rifles.
  • Maj Karl Dawson. Welsh Guards.
  • Colour Sgt Robert Edward Delamar. The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment.
  • Maj David James Dray. Adjutant General's Corps (Royal Military Police).
  • WO Class 2 Michelle Howe-Ellis. The Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Chaplain to the Forces 3rd Class Reverend James Francis. Royal Army Chaplains' Department.
  • Maj Robert Bruce Frost. Corps of Royal Engineers.
  • Colour Sgt Colin George Graham. The Royal Regiment of Scotland Army Reserve.
  • Maj Alan Trigg Grant. The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
  • Acting Capt Susan Elizabeth Karran. Army Cadet Force.
  • Capt Francisco Savvaki Kyriakou. Adjutant General's Corps (Royal Military Police) Army Reserve.
  • Maj Owain David Luke. The Royal Welsh.
  • Maj Sean David Matten. Corps of Royal Engineers.
  • Cpl Carl Martin McAvoy. The Rifles.
  • Lt Col Neil Patrick Morgan. Corps of Army Music.
  • Maj Phillip Charles Moxey. The Royal Anglian Regiment.
  • Capt Naveed Muhammad. Royal Corps of Signals Army Reserve.
  • Maj Jonathan Roger Oates. Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • WO Class 2 Hitesh Oza. The Royal Yeomanry Army Reserve.
  • Maj Timothy William Joe Pittaway. Army Air Corps.
  • Lt Col Kieron Michael Potts. The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
  • Capt Stephen Anthony Robinson. The Royal Logistic Corps Army Reserve.
  • Maj John Grant Sheerin QGM. The Parachute Regiment.
  • Maj Mark Steven Spencer. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
  • Maj John Duncan Sullivan. The Parachute Regiment.
  • Maj Anna Claire Swales. The Royal Logistic Corps.
  • WO Class 1 Simon Shane Sykes. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
  • Maj Adrian Richard Thompson. The Mercian Regiment.
  • Maj Alasdair Edmond John Wills. General List Army Reserve.
  • Maj Andrew Albert Wood. The Rifles.
Royal Air Force
  • Squadron Leader Timothy Peter Carter
  • Squadron Leader Duncan John Clarke
  • Warrant Officer Mark Christopher Cunningham
  • Squadron Leader Paul Barry Davis
  • Flight Lieutenant Thomas Edward Dunlop
  • Squadron Leader Timothy James Robert Ellis
  • Warrant Officer Elisha Marie Evans
  • Sergeant Adam John Foster
  • Squadron Leader Martin Rhoderick Humphrey
  • Squadron Leader Alexandra Louise Hyatt
  • Warrant Officer Clive Alan Martland
  • Squadron Leader Sarah Louise Maskell
  • Master Aircrew David Ian Neale
Civilian
  • Stephen Thomas Richard Absalom – for services to the community and to the Environment in Neath Port Talbot.
  • David William Acheson – for services to the Families of Police Officers and to charity.
  • Peter Robin Adams – for voluntary services to the Conservation of Flora and Fauna in South West Essex and East London.
  • Fayyaz Ahmed – for services to Interfaith and Community Cohesion in Preston.
  • Zlakha Ahmed – for services to Women's Rights and Community Cohesion in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
  • Christopher Phillip Aitken – for services to Defence.
  • Rula Al-Adasani – for charitable services.
  • Barbara Mary Anderson – for services to Education.
  • Yvonne Janet Anderson – for services to the Special Olympics.
  • Catherine Arlidge – for services to Music Education.
  • Julie Catherine Armstrong – for services to Defence.
  • Jacqueline Arnold – for services to the Economy in Cumbria.
  • Kim Arrowsmith – for services to Children and Families.
  • Ian Michael Ashbolt – for services to the community in Cheshire and Staffordshire.
  • (Ahmed Jamal) Nasir Awan – for services to Business and International Trade.
  • Hedy-Joy Babani – for charitable services to Disabled and Disadvantaged Children.
  • Christine Judith Bailey – for services to the community in Cheshire.
  • John Leonard Hawthorne Bailey – for services to the community in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.
  • Marc Bailey – for services to Business and International Trade.
  • James Milne Banks – for services to Bagpiping and voluntary service in Scotland.
  • Patricia Margaret Blackett Barber – for services to Armed Forces Heritage.
  • Beverley Barclay – for services to Nursing, particularly Young Adults with Life-Limiting Conditions.
  • Jonathan Haveloch Barden – for Humanitarian services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa particularly through UK-Med.
  • Jacqueline Anne Barnett – for services to Children and Families.
  • John Barrowman – for services to the Manufacturing Industry.
  • David Anthony John Bartlett – for services to Children and Young People in the North East.
  • Maralyn Barton-Kronman – for services to the Performing Arts.
  • Robert Charles Bass – for services to Education.
  • Linda Ann Bateman – for public service and services to the Supportive Treatment of Migrants in the UK.
  • George Robert Batts – for voluntary service to Veterans.
  • Carolyn Baxendale – for services to Music and the community in Bolton.
  • Helen Baynham – for services to Pre-school Education.
  • Ian Alexander Moore Beattie – for services to charity and to the community in Bristol.
  • Ian Hugh Beggs – for services to Rugby.
  • Felicity Belfield – for services to Supporting Musicians and Dancers.
  • Clifford Alan Bennett – for services to Children and Families.
  • Jacqueline Bennett – for services to Children and Families.
  • Margherita Joan Biller – for services to Mathematics in Further Education.
  • Mervyn John Bishop – for services to Victim Support and to Young People in East and North Yorkshire.
  • David Anthony Blackiston – for services to Major Incident Administration.
  • Colin Blair – for services to Higher Education and the community in Huddersfield.
  • Dr Nisreen Hanna Booya – for services to Healthcare particularly Mental Health.
  • Patrick Borer – for services to Architecture.
  • Anthony Robert William Bostock – for services to Angling and the Environment in the River Severn Catchment Area.
  • Ailsa Margaret Bosworth – for services to People with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
  • Carol Mary Bottomley – for services to Education and voluntary service to Sport in Darlington.
  • Robert Edward Brain – for charitable services to the community in Nelson, Caerphilly.
  • Terence Donald Bravin – for voluntary and charitable services to Young People in South West Wales.
  • Dolores Bray-Ash – for services to Children and Families.
  • Rebecca Bright – for services to App Development for People with Communication Difficulties.
  • Damian John Broughton – for services to Small Businesses and Sole Traders and to the community in Lancashire.
  • Helen Broughton – for services to Small Businesses and Sole Traders and to the community in Lancashire.
  • Susan Mary Broughton – for services to Children with Special Educational Needs.
  • Marion Denise Brown – for services to the community in Hertfordshire.
  • Sandra Ann Brown – for services to Culture and the community in Bridport, Dorset.
  • Timothy John Brown – for services to Business and Apprenticeships and charitable services in Southern England.
  • Jeffrey Brownhut – for services to the Leisure and Tourism Industry in Northern Ireland.
  • Roger David Bucknall – for services to Guitar Making, Music and Heritage Crafts.
  • David Barlow Buik – for services to Financial Services.
  • Barry Bullas – for services to Public Administration and charity.
  • Anthony Frederick Burgess – for services to Higher Education Governance and Fundraising.
  • Janet Burns – for services for the Promotion of Dignity in Care for All.
  • Jane Lee Burt – for voluntary service to Carers and Criminal Justice.
  • Sinead Butters – for services to Housing.
  • Rita Byrne – for services to Education.
  • Jo-Ann Clare Cahill – for services to Young People in Swansea.
  • John Joseph Callaghan – for services to Partnership Working in Healthcare.
  • James Ebenezer Callander – for voluntary service to Athletics.
  • Mary Elizabeth Cameron – for services to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Patricia Agnes Campfield – for charitable services to the community in Southend-on-Sea.
  • Professor Robert Carachi – for services to Medicine.
  • Dr Reginald Carr – for services to the community in Blyth, Northumberland.
  • Anthony Emoabino Chaba – for services to Minority Ethnic Communities in Manchester.
  • Ray Chapman – for services to Maritime Safety.
  • Stuart Chapman – for services to Tenants in Walsall, West Midlands.
  • Colonel Michael Stewart Cheetham – for services to the community in Derbyshire.
  • Paul Anthony Chubb – for services to Career Education and Guidance.
  • Aftab Ahmed Chughtai – for services to Business and Community Relations in Birmingham.
  • Dorothy Mary Clark – for services to the community in Greatham Village, Co. Durham.
  • Trevor Martin Clarke – for services to Disabled and Disadvantaged People through Outdoor Education.
  • Ian Christopher Clayton – for services to Education.
  • John Clemson – for services to Music in Birmingham.
  • Jane Collier – for voluntary service to First Aid through St John Ambulance.
  • Anne Conlon – for services to Musical Education and Conservation in the UK and Abroad.
  • Delinda Virgina Conlon – for services to Science and Science Education in North East England.
  • Gregory Martin Cook – for political service.
  • Kevin Andrew Courtie – for services to Preventing Tax Evasion and to the Scottish Fishing Industry.
  • David Matthew Cowell – for services to Vocational Education.
  • Ronald Morton Crank – for services to the Business Community in London and the South East.
  • Kathleen Elizabeth Crawford – for services to Education.
  • Roy Croasdaile – for services to Law and Order in London.
  • Lady Rose Maureen Crossman – for voluntary service to Maritime Safety.
  • Mark Cueto – for services to Rugby Union.
  • Angus Howard Cundey – for services to the Bespoke Tailoring Trade and Tailors Charities.
  • Dr Colin Currie – for services to the Management of Hip Fractures in Older People.
  • Richard Malcolm Dale – for services to the Maritime Industry.
  • David John Davies – for voluntary service to Reserve Forces and Cadets in Yorkshire and the Humber.
  • Lawrence Frederick Davies – for services to the Automotive Industry and to the community in Bedfordshire.
  • Philippa Davies – for services to Nursing.
  • Jane Sarah Prosser Davies-Slowik – for services to Improving Oral Health of Disadvantaged People
  • Stacey Serene Davis – for services to Law and Order particularly Equality and Diversity.
  • Stella Barbara Dean – for voluntary services to the Fishing Community in Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.
  • Kathleen Carroll Derbyshire – for services to the community in Preston, Lancashire.
  • Edwin John Derriman – for services to Marine Conservation
  • Avril Mary Devaney – for services to Nursing of People with Mental Health Problems.
  • Mary Christine Devine – for voluntary services to the community in Castlemilk, Glasgow.
  • Maurice John Devine – for services to the Nursing Profession and the Field of Learning Disabilities.
  • Hilary Dobbie – for services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
  • Maurice Bruce Dodd – for voluntary service to the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in the North East of Scotland.
  • Roger Jolyon David Dodgson – for services to Music and to the Rural Community in Cumbria.
  • Claire Doherty – for services to the Arts in South West England.
  • Brian James Doick – for services to the Park Home Industry.
  • Henry Donn – for services to the community in Manchester.
  • Shirley Nadine Dooley – for services to the Immigration System.
  • Francis Joseph Doran – for services to the community in Liverpool.
  • John Forrest Youden Duffy – for services to charity and the community in Southport, Merseyside.
  • Janice Carol Eaglesham – for services to Disability Sport.
  • Sallie Jane Eastick – for services to Families with Children with Severe and Life Limiting Disabilities.
  • Brian Robert Edwards – for services to Local Government.
  • Edwina Mary Edwards – for services to the community in Derbyshire.
  • Michael Bernard Elkerton – for services to People with Disabilities and to charity in North West England.
  • Reverend Paul Anthony Epton – for services to the community and Building Regeneration in Birkenhead, Merseyside.
  • Ian Eva – for services to Vocational Education.
  • Anne-Marie Evans – for services to Botanical Art and Education.
  • Stephen Mark Evans – for services to First Response and voluntary service to Young People.
  • Peter Gregory Eversden – for services to community engagement in planning for London
  • Cmde William David Murray Fairbairn – for services to Young People.
  • Jeremy Paul Farrell – for services to Education.
  • Roger Arnold Fennemore – for services to Sport.
  • Christopher Mark Fenwick – for political service.
  • Julie Flaherty – for services to Paediatric Nursing in Greater Manchester.
  • Roger William Flitcroft – for services to Scouting, the Samaritans and the Freemasons.
  • Ann Marie Forbes – for services to Education in the UK and Uganda.
  • Ian Forbes – for voluntary service to the RUCGC Foundation.
  • Professor Alfred Paul Forster – for services to Patients with Prostate Cancer.
  • John Fothergill – for services to Immigration and Border Management.
  • (Cyril) Jeffrey Fox – for services to the Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and charitable service.
  • Carl Frampton – for services to Boxing.
  • Vivian June Isoult French – for services to Literature, Literacy, Illustration and the Arts.
  • Elizabeth Susan Friend – for public service and for voluntary service to the community in Sheffield.
  • Dr Rachel Jane Furley – for services to Sick and Disabled Children in the UK and Belarus.
  • The Honourable Heather Margaret Anne Galloway Galbraith – for services to Equestrianism in Ayrshire.
  • Pamela Bruce Gallant – for services to People with Special Needs in Aberdeen particularly through Sport.
  • Shaun Gettings – for services to Prisoners.
  • Lawrence Gibbons – for services to Law Enforcement particularly Tackling the Illegal Drugs Trade.
  • Kathleen Philomena Gilbert – for services to Children and Families.
  • Philip John Gilbert – for services to Children and Families.
  • Deborah Glover – for services to Nursing and Nursing Journalism.
  • Rita Ann Gooch – for services to Law Enforcement.
  • Keith Edward Goodger – for services to The Air Training Corps and to the community in Hampton, Middlesex.
  • Rosalind Diane Elizabeth Gordon – for services to Public Administration.
  • Linda June Gorn – for services to the Economy in Banffshire.
  • Donald Edward Graham – for services to Vocational Training for Young Adults with Learning Disabilities.
  • Jeremy Clayton Grammer – for voluntary service to Teignmouth Harbour Users.
  • Barbara Ann Gray – for voluntary service to the community in Oxfordshire through the Women's Institute.
  • Barbara Caroline Green – for services to the Development of Energy Policy and voluntary service to the community in London.
  • Barbara Kathleen Green – for services to Special Education.
  • Karen Lynn Green – for services to Young People in Wirral and West Cheshire.
  • Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines – for services to Music.
  • Richard Paul Griffin – for services to Health and Care.
  • Philippa Claire Griffith – for voluntary and public service to the community in Shrewsbury and Shropshire.
  • Joanne Lesley Griffiths – for services to Young People and the community in St Helens, Merseyside.
  • Nigel James Grimshaw – for services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Richard John Groom – for services to the community particularly Disabled Young People.
  • Agnes Grunwald-Spier JP – for services to the Jewish Community and Holocaust Awareness.
  • Colin Trevor Gurnett – for voluntary service to the community in Kent.
  • Andrew Graham Guy – for services to the Hospitality Industry and charity.
  • Maria Teresa Hackett – for services to Skills Development in South West Northern Ireland.
  • Joan Patricia Anne Hailes – for services to Journalism, Broadcasting and to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Linette Denise Haines – for services to Defence.
  • Malcolm Copley Hall – for services to Business.
  • Paul Yeomans Hamey – for services to the Regulation of Pesticides.
  • Andrew Scott Hamilton – for services to Economic Regeneration and Community Empowerment.
  • Maxine Hammond – for services to Service Personnel and their Families.
  • Keith Michael Hampson – for services to Young People in Manchester through Scouting.
  • Frederick John Hanson – for services to Children and Families.
  • Marie Hanson – for services to Young People and to Survivors of Abused women in Wandsworth.
  • Violet Shirley Hanson – for services to Children and Families.
  • Wilma Carol Grant Harper – for public and voluntary services to the Forestry Sector.
  • Clare Elizabeth Harrigan – for services to Further Education and the Construction Industry.
  • Trudi (Gertrude Elizabeth Cairns) Harris – for services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
  • Roy Harrison – for voluntary service to Cricket in Northern Ireland.
  • (Peter) Duncan Haworth – for services to Education.
  • John Charles Hayes – for services to the community in Bishopthorpe Road, York.
  • Ayesha Hazarika – for political service.
  • Dr Charles Thomas Heatley – for services to Primary Healthcare.
  • Penelope Ann Hedley Lewis – for voluntary service to the British Red Cross.
  • Bradley Hemmings – for services to Culture and Disability Arts particularly in London.
  • Margaret Ann Hickish – for services to People with Disabilities.
  • Stephen Neil Hodgkinson – for services to the community in Congleton, Cheshire.
  • Claire Hodgson – for services to Inclusion and Integration in the Arts and Cultural Sectors.
  • David Peter Hong – for services to Optometry particularly voluntary service to Optometry Abroad.
  • Elaine Hopkins – for services to Defence.
  • Patrick Barron Hopkirk – for services to Motoring and Young People.
  • Brian Michael Hosier – for services to the Scout Association and the community in London.
  • Stephanie Jayne "Steph" Houghton – for services to Football.
  • Linda Houston – for public and voluntary service to Education.
  • Christopher Howard – for services to Special Educational Needs.
  • Martin Philip Howarth – for services to Children and Education.
  • Sydney John Howarth – for services to the community in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham.
  • John Howe – for services to Diabetes UK and the community in Trafford, Manchester.
  • Jane Carol Howorth – for services to Battery Hen Welfare.
  • Anthony Joseph Hubbard – for services to Heritage and the community in Woodbridge, Suffolk.
  • David Hughes – for services to charity.
  • Nigel Auriol Hughes – for services to the Business Community in London.
  • Stephen Paul Humble – for services to Education.
  • John Hutchison – for services to People with Learning Disabilities.
  • Christopher Hutton – for services to Education.
  • Alina Ibragimova – for services to Music.
  • Gail Inglis – for services to the Administration of Justice and the community in Cumbria.
  • Lucille Ingman – for services to the community and to charity in Leeswood, Flintshire.
  • Doreen Anne Irving – for parliamentary services.
  • Sonia Jacob – for services to the Magistry and the Voluntary Sector in West Sussex.
  • Rosalie Mary James – for services to Agriculture in Wales.
  • Elizabeth Claire Jamieson – for services to Students with Dyslexia and Dyspraxia in UK Higher Education.
  • Jeanette De Beir Jarratt – for services to the community in Birmingham, West Midlands.
  • Oluwayemisi Olivia Jenkins – for services to Border Security and Wellbeing in the Workplace.
  • Martin Dudley Johnson – for services to Local Government.
  • Susan Johnson JP – for services to Supporting Patients with Cancer.
  • Professor Michael Andrew Henry Johnston – for services to the Dairy Industry in Northern Ireland.
  • Elizabeth Tina Jones – for services to Childcare and Early Learning in Denbighshire.
  • Enid Stella Jones – for services to the community in Dorchester, Dorset.
  • Gaynor Jones – for voluntary service to Golf and the Development of Women's Golf in Wales.
  • Lyndon Richard Jones – for political service.
  • Bryony Jordan – for services to Occupational Therapy for Children with Disabilities.
  • John Michael Joseph – for services to Disadvantaged Young People and to People with Disabilities in the Jewish Community.
  • Michael Josephson – for charitable services to Children.
  • Michael Anthony Breitheamh Judge – for services to charity, Coventry University and the community in Dunchurch, Warwickshire.
  • Gurmeet Kalsi – for parliamentary services and voluntary services to the Sikh Community in Surrey.
  • Arnold Mark Kaplan – for charitable services particularly through the Gentlemen's Night Out.
  • Priscilla Anne Kealy – for services to the community in Ripon, North Yorkshire.
  • Janet Ashley Kelly – for services to Maritime Safety.
  • Professor Roger John Kemp – for services to Engineering.
  • Miranda Kirschel – for services to Equal Opportunities in the Nuclear Industry.
  • Stephen Alex Knox – for services to Prisoners.
  • Adrian Michael Koe – for voluntary service to Young People through the Downside Fisher Youth Club, Bermondsey, London.
  • Eva Margaret Lambert – for services to Sport, Education and Health in the community in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
  • Councillor David Anthony Lancaster – for services to the community in Salford and charitable services to Elderly People through the Salfordian Hotel Trust.
  • Rosemary Lancaster – for charitable services through the Lancaster Foundation.
  • John Victor Laverick – for voluntary service to Waterways Management and Restoration.
  • Tony Kwok Fai Law – for services to the Chinese Community in Southend.
  • Martin Lawrence – for voluntary service to Crime Prevention in Northamptonshire.
  • Janet Margaret Leach – for services to Children with Special Educational Needs.
  • Patricia Leadbeater – for voluntary service to First Aid through St John Ambulance in the West Midlands.
  • Philip Anthony Leason – for services to Royal Mail and to the community in Stone, Staffordshire.
  • Brian Russell Lee – for services to Football.
  • Elizabeth Lees – for services to Nursing.
  • David Lenagan – for services to Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and the Children's Burns Foundation.
  • Alice Lester – for services to Planning.
  • Professor David Levin – for services to Hospitality and Youth Training.
  • Alison Lewy – for services to the Fashion Industry.
  • Susan Patricia Liburd – for services to Business, Charities and Voluntary Organisations.
  • John Alan Little – for voluntary and charitable services Abroad.
  • John William Lockwood – for services to Agriculture in Lincolnshire.
  • Laura Margaret Logan Wood – for services to the community in Chelmsford, Essex.
  • Gina Maria Long – for charitable services in East Anglia.
  • Eddie Peter Lynch – for services to Vulnerable and Disabled People through Bromley Mencap.
  • Thomas Anthony Lynch – for services to Border Security and to charity.
  • Rowena Orr Macaulay – for services to Higher Education.
  • Janice Irene Rosabelle MacBeath – for services to Education and the community in Dores, Inverness-shire.
  • Elizabeth Ruth Maclay – for services to People with Disabilities, Children and the community in Hampshire.
  • Marion Catherine MacLeod – for services to Healthcare.
  • Kenneth Ian MacNab – for services to the Fishing Industry in Scotland.
  • Georgina Claire Maitland – for services to Medical Emergencies.
  • Helen Marriage – for services to the Arts and Outdoor Performance.
  • Austen Neil Marsh – for services to Border Security.
  • Sandra Marston – for services to the community in Tameside, Greater Manchester.
  • Matthew Thomas Martin – for services to the Charitable Sector and the community in Norfolk.
  • Christopher George Matthews-Maxwell TD – for services to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Wendy Penelope Maxwell – for services to Carers.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Mays – for services to People with Visual Impairments and to Education in Leicestershire.
  • Michael Andrew McCarthy – for services to Music in Wales.
  • Councillor Patrick McCarthy – for services to Local Government and Community Cohesion in Belfast.
  • Cyd McCarthy-Akrill – for services to People with Learning Disabilities and Complex Needs in Hull and Yorkshire.
  • Jane McClelland – for services to Taxpayers and voluntary service to Cancer Awareness.
  • Carmel Bridget McConnell – for services to School Food.
  • Christine Ann McCoy – for services to Social Equality.
  • Diane McCrea – for services to the Water Industry and its Customers.
  • Isabella Kean McCue – for services to the Arts and Disadvantaged People in Scotland.
  • Anita Christina Teresa McGowan – for services to Further Education and to the community in Sutton and Croydon.
  • Judith Barbara McGregor – for services to Health Education in the NHS.
  • Vivienne McGuire – for services to Anatomy Bequeathal.
  • Anne McIlveen – for services to the community in Glasgow.
  • Colin McKeown – for services to Drama Production and the community in Liverpool.
  • Heather Lyn McKissack – for services to Education.
  • Dianne McMillan – for services to Swimming and Disability Awareness.
  • Edwin James Bratten McMurran – for services to Education in Northern Ireland.
  • Peter McQuade – for services to Charity and Sports Fundraising.
  • Rekha Mehr – for services to Entrepreneurship and Enterprise.
  • Dr Jayshree Mehta – for services to the community and Community Cohesion in Peterborough.
  • Alison Mihail – for services to Young People.
  • Stephen James Miller – for services to Sport.
  • Ian Mirfin – for services to Disability Sport.
  • Cedric Moon – for services to Equality and voluntary service to the Deaf Community in South Wales.
  • Audrey May Moore – for public and voluntary services to the Royal Marines.
  • Sandra Ann Morgan – for services to the community in Worplesdon, Surrey.
  • Cargin Nevil Moss – for services to Taekwondo, community and charity.
  • Rev'd Canon Brian Mountford – for services to Ecclesiastical Heritage.
  • Douglas Moutrie – for services to People with Disabilities in Kent.
  • Nathan Wayne Munson – for services to Counter-Terrorism.
  • Anthony Harkness Murray – for services to the community in Wooler and the County of Northumberland.
  • Christopher John Murray – for services to Skills in the Energy and Utility Sector and to charity.
  • Lorraine Murray – for services to Industry and the community in Ayrshire.
  • Saravanamuttu Mylvaganam – for public service and services to the Tamil community in the UK and Sri Lanka.
  • Satpal Singh Nahl – for services to Taxpayers and Public Administration.
  • Yasmin Mohammed Farooq Nathani – for services to the Empowerment of Women in Leicester.
  • John Nelson – for services to the community in Belper, Derbyshire.
  • Joseph Martin Neville – for services to Competitive Shooting.
  • Tracey Neville – for services to Netball.
  • Carol Nice – for services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
  • Blanche Nicolson – for services to People with Learning Difficulties and their Families.
  • Roger Hugh Nield – for services to Neighbourhood Policing particularly through Social Media.
  • Rosanna Mary Noad – for services to Child Protection.
  • Jacqueline Anne Oatley – for services to Broadcasting and Diversity in Sport.
  • Asha Odedra – for services to Law and Order.
  • Peter James Ogden – for services to Public Administration and voluntary service to Young People and charity.
  • Christina Ruth O'Keeffe – for services to the community in Lewes, East Sussex.
  • Annie Brenda Ollivierre-Smith – for services to Cardiac Nursing.
  • Kathleen Rose O'Rourke – for services to Further Education.
  • Paulette Jean Osborne – for services to Education.
  • Judith Ower – for services to Entrepreneurship.
  • Professor Allan Anthony Pacey – for services to Reproductive Medicine.
  • Justin James Packshaw – for services to Expeditions, Youth Development and charity.
  • Janice Anne Pallas – for charitable services to Children and Families.
  • Lt Cdr Geoffrey David Palmer RN (RTD) – for voluntary service to Young People through the Sea Cadet Corps.
  • Karnail Singh Pannu – for services to the community in Windsor and Maidenhead, Berkshire.
  • Benjamin Anthony Parker – for voluntary service to the community in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
  • Douglas Alan Parker – for services to the community in Congleton, Cheshire.
  • John Parle – for services to Education and to the community in Widnes, Cheshire.
  • Janet Elizabeth Parsons – for services to Disabled and Disadvantaged People in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.
  • Juliette Paton – for services to charity in Aberdeenshire.
  • Kristine Farquhar Pawson – for voluntary and charitable service in Aberdeenshire.
  • June Yvonne Pearson – for services to the community in Devon and Wiltshire.
  • David Peck – for services to Education.
  • Maureen Phillips Perera – for services to Disabled Children in Sri Lanka.
  • Carol Maria Phillips – for services to Industry in Northern Ireland.
  • Paula Phillips – for services to Mental Health Nursing.
  • Richard Escricke Phillips – for services to Music and the Arts.
  • Gillian Patricia Platt – for services to Floral Art and the community in Bolton.
  • Steven Pleasant – for services to the Welfare and Housing of Asylum Seekers and Refugees.
  • Susan Pollack – for services to Holocaust Education.
  • Robert John Pooley – for services to Business and to Aviation.
  • Clifford Joseph "Goldie" Price – for services to Music and Young People.
  • Diane Marie Price – for services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and their Families in Blackburn with Darwen, Lancashire.
  • Terence Priest – for services to Laboratory Animal Care and Welfare.
  • David William Prout – for services to Community Mental Health Nursing.
  • Michael Pusey – for services to Youth Sport in South London.
  • Jaz Rabadia – for services to Sustainability in the Energy Management Sector and Diversity in the STEM Sectors.
  • Michael Patrick Rafferty – for services to Music in Wales.
  • Susan Caroline Raftree – for services to Military Heritage and Commemoration.
  • Afsheen Kabir Rashid – for services to Renewable Energy Projects in Deprived London Communities.
  • Edith Nellie Ethel Ray – for services to Education.
  • Shaun Rayner JP – for services to the Administration of Justice and the community in Essex.
  • Asad Razzaq – for services to Young People and the community in Harehills, Leeds.
  • Abdullah Rehman – for services to the community in Balsall Heath, Birmingham.
  • William David Reilly – for services to Education.
  • Martin John Rigley – for services to Business and Innovation.
  • Caroline Elizabeth Roberts – for political service.
  • Bryan Walter Robinson – for services to the community in Donington, Lincolnshire.
  • Katrina Robinson – for services to Social Housing.
  • Linda June Robinson – for services to Children and Families.
  • Daniel James Roddy – for services to Business and the community in Derry, Londonderry.
  • Brian John Rolfe – for services to the community in Lawford and Tendring, Essex.
  • Eric Rooney – for services to Dentistry.
  • Peter Anthony Rose – for services to Musical Education and Conservation in the UK and Abroad.
  • Philip James Round – for services to Apprenticeships and Skills.
  • Lindsey Jane Rousseau – for services to Special Educational Needs.
  • Oonagh Rowden – for services to Benefit Claimants and services to the community and charity in Downpatrick, County Down.
  • Julia Aline Samuel – for services to Bereaved Children.
  • Paula Kathleen Sansom – for Humanitarian services to Emergency Healthcare Abroad.
  • John McCree Scott – for services to the Administration of Justice and to the Railway Community.
  • Michael Seabourne – for voluntary service to Armed Forces Personnel and their Families.
  • John Wilson Senior TD – for services to the community in Scarborough and to the Armed Forces through Heroes Welcome.
  • Anne Seymour – for services to Asylum Seekers and Refugees in South Tyneside.
  • David Manuel Shalit – for services to the City of London Corporation and voluntary service to Older People in London.
  • Elizabeth Shapland – for voluntary service to Bereaved Offenders and their Families.
  • Darren John Share – for services to the Environment in Birmingham.
  • Mukesh Sharma DL – for services to the Travel Trade in Northern Ireland.
  • Malcolm Ernest Sharp – for services to Town and Country Planning in England.
  • Kathleen Shayler – for services to Children and Families.
  • Roy Shayler – for services to Children and Families.
  • Jane Short – for services to the Art and Craft of Enamelling.
  • Tim Sigsworth – for services to Homeless Young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People.
  • Anne Patricia Simpson – for services to the Treatment of Postnatal Depression in the Highlands.
  • Zara Smart – for services to Public Administration.
  • Enza Smith – for services to Children and Families.
  • Michael Anthony Smith – for services to the Reduction of Knife and Gun Crime.
  • Dr Philip Henry Smith – for services to Business and to the community in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
  • Helen Rosemary Smyth – for services to Education.
  • Sheila Somerville – for services to Patients and their Families in Edinburgh.
  • Margaret Diane Southworth – for services to Education.
  • Samuel David Sowden – for services to Young People through Scouting in West Yorkshire.
  • Kenrick Parker Grant Spencer – for services to the community in Burnley, Lancashire.
  • Richard Spindler – for services to Maritime Safety.
  • Maureen Spowart Davies – for voluntary service to People with Mental Health Challenges.
  • Elizabeth Hansford Spreadbury – for services to the community particularly Survivors of Abuse.
  • Maureen Stephen – for services to Business and the community in Aberdeenshire.
  • Peter John Stephens – for services to Business and the community in Nottingham.
  • Alexander James Stewart – for voluntary service in Perth and Kinross.
  • David Charles Stewart – for services to the Scotch Whisky Industry.
  • Carol Ann Stonham – for services to Nursing.
  • David Anthony Street – for services to Community-based Democracy in Wales.
  • Gordon Herbert Stubberfield – for services to Education.
  • Peter Sunderland DL – for voluntary service to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the community in West Yorkshire.
  • Clare Frances Sutcliffe – for services to Technology Education.
  • Graham Kent Sutton – for services to Education in Northern Ireland.
  • Christine Jane Swan – for services to Education and Interfaith Relations in Oadby, Leicestershire.
  • Samantha Jane Swinglehurst – for services to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
  • Leslie Alexander Tait – for services to Sea Fishing.
  • Jean Taylor – for services to Higher Education and Economic Development in Cornwall.
  • Louise Anne Catherine Third – for services to Enterprise and charity.
  • Barrie Terence Thomas – for services to Education and to the community in Bingham, Nottinghamshire.
  • Patrice Thomas – for services to Children and Families.
  • Dr Lesley Thompson – for services to Research.
  • Sheila Jacqueline Mary Thompson – for voluntary service to Botanical Research.
  • Ella Daphne Tilley – for services to the Food Industry particularly Welsh Lamb.
  • Catherine Mary Tindall – for services to Children in Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
  • Sidny Botevyle Tingley – for services to Community Music Theatre particularly through Act One Scene One.
  • Heather Tobin – for services to Public Protection in the West Midlands.
  • Jennefer Tobin – for services to the Care of Wounded Soldiers.
  • Richard Graham Tovey – for services to Education.
  • Gilbert Joseph Tunney – for services to the Motor Industry and the community in Trillick, County Tyrone and Enniskillen, County Fermanagh.
  • William John Turner – for services to Higher Education.
  • Gregory James Valerio – for services to the UK and Fairtrade Gold Sectors in Colombia and East Africa.
  • Sally Anne Varah DL – for voluntary service to the community in Surrey.
  • Dr Suresh Chandra Vasishtha – for services to the community in the London Borough of Redbridge.
  • Valerie Villa – for services to the community in Chelmsford, Essex.
  • Philip Vincent-Barwood – for services to the Environment and the community in Hyndburn, Lancashire.
  • Dr Ian Stuart Viney – for services to Research Funding and Evaluation.
  • Erika Walker – for voluntary services to the community and Social Enterprises in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire.
  • Thomas Walsh – for services to the community in Wigan, Greater Manchester.
  • Joelle Warren – for services to Business.
  • Diane Elaine Watt – for services to the Childrenメs Hearings System in Scotland.
  • Lucy Alexandra Watts – for services to Young People with Disabilities.
  • Yvonne Mary Weatherhead – for services to Education.
  • Dr Sharon Helen Webb – for services to Heritage and Archaeology in Scotland.
  • Ronald Denholm Webster – for services to Tennis in Scotland.
  • Dr Adrian Robert Weston – for services to the community and charity in Leicestershire.
  • Sara Catherine Wheeler – for services to Government Administration and voluntary service to the community in South Westminster.
  • Graeme Kendal Whippy – for services to People with Dementia and Disabilities.
  • (Jonathan) Paul White – for charitable services especially to the Willow Foundation.
  • Marion White – for services to charity in Scotland.
  • Anne Whitworth – for services to Hockey in the North East.
  • John Geoffrey Whyman – for services to the Sick and Terminally Ill through Art Therapy.
  • Helen Macpherson Young Wilcox – for services to Social Care.
  • Jeremy John Edwin Wilding – for services to Music through the Three Choirs Festival in Herefordshire.
  • Carol Dorothy Wiles – for services to the community in Harleston, South Norfolk.
  • Dr Anthony Ffoulkes Williams – for services to Nutrition in Infants and Children.
  • Christopher Williams – for services to Special Educational Needs.
  • Emlyn Tysill Williams – for public and political service in Barry, Glamorgan.
  • Fara Williams – for services to Women's Football and charity.
  • Owain Tudor Williams – for public and voluntary service to Community Cohesion in Wales.
  • Hillary Frances Willmer – for voluntary service to Disadvantaged Communities in West Yorkshire.
  • Adrian Wills – for services to the community in Leicester.
  • Anne Catherine Wilson – for services to Engineering in Yorkshire.
  • Jeanette Ross Wilson – for services to the Holiday Parks Industry.
  • Pauline Marie Wilson – for services to Education.
  • Robert Allan David Wilson – for services to the Music Industry and charity.
  • Stephen Richard Mallett Wilson DL Suffolk – for charitable and voluntary service to the community in Suffolk.
  • Paul Winter – for services to Skills and Employment of Young People.
  • Philip Rowland Wolfe – for services to Renewable Energy and the Energy Sector.
  • Professor Kim Wolff – for public service to Road Safety.
  • Howard Antony Wood – for services to Education.
  • Joseph Wood – for voluntary service to the British Red Cross.
  • Frederick Wood-Brignall – for services to the community in Lydd and Romney Marsh, Kent.
  • Jill Woodhouse – for services to Children.
  • Emma Jane Lewis Woods – for services to Rural Business and Skills in North Yorkshire.
  • Nigel Leonard Woolner – for services to the Arts and Education.
  • John Fraser Worthington – for services to Urban Regeneration and voluntary service to Transport.
  • Jean Elizabeth Yates – for political service and service to the community in Lancashire.
  • Laura Naomi Young – for services to Chronically Ill Children in Scotland.
  • The Reverend Terence John Young – for services to the community in Darwen, Lancashire.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

  • Sandra Elizabeth Adams – for services to the Girl Guides.
  • Sylvia Phyllis Ainsworth – for services to the Plymouth Festival of Remembrance.
  • Dorothy Helen Alexander – for services to the community in Bourne, Lincolnshire.
  • Aatin Ashok Anadkat – for services to Entrepreneurship in Leicestershire.
  • Charles Frederick Andrews – for voluntary service to the Poppy Appeal in London.
  • Leroy Christopher Kenneth Angel – for services to Rugby.
  • Isabella Apsley – for services to St John Ambulance and the Red Cross in Northern Ireland.
  • Joseph Peter Austin – for services to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Trevor John Avery – for services to Heritage in the Lake District.
  • Roger James Godfray Bacon – for voluntary service to Service Families.
  • Sarah Elizabeth Airey Bain – for services to Conservation in Surrey and West Sussex.
  • Kenneth Ball – for services to Fire and Rescue and the community in County Durham.
  • Samantha Barlow – for services to Fitness in East Yorkshire.
  • Valerie Ann Barr – for services to Higher Education and to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Michael Beard – for voluntary service to Swimming and Water Polo.
  • Harold Atkinson Beckinsale – for voluntary service to Education in Northern Ireland.
  • Stuart Geoffrey Bell – for services to the community in Lincolnshire.
  • Harriet Katherine Bennett – for services to Music and the community in Felixstowe.
  • Alexander William Bertram – for services to Psychiatric Care.
  • Christine Mcdiarmid Black – for services to Badminton in Scotland.
  • Sharon Lesley Blackman – for services to Fencing.
  • Valerie Blake – for services to the Arrow Riding Centre for the Disabled in Dartford, Kent.
  • Valerie Ann Bolt – for services to charity and the community in Cholsey, Oxfordshire.
  • Danny Bonwitt – for services to voluntary organisations in the UK.
  • John Jarvis Bosley – for charitable and community service in Warminster, Wiltshire particularly through the Royal British Legion.
  • Adrian George Botham – for services to Education.
  • Veronica Box – for services to the community in Burntwood, Staffordshire.
  • Mary Elizabeth Maureen Brewer – for services to Crime Prevention in West Yorkshire.
  • Councillor Roger Keith Trillo Bright – for voluntary service to the community in Knighton and District Powys.
  • Henrietta Fraser Brown – for voluntary service in Ross-shire particularly through The Queen Mother's Clothing Guild.
  • Jean Brown – for services to the community in Belfast.
  • Patricia Margaret Brown – for services to community through the Linskill Centre, Tyne and Wear and the Scouting Movement.
  • Paul Anthony Brown – for services to Law and Order and the community in South Yorkshire.
  • David Ian Buchanan – for voluntary service to Football.
  • Janet Bucknell – for services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
  • Joan Margaret Buller – for services to the community in Staplehurst, Kent.
  • Mary Burch – for voluntary service in Dunbartonshire.
  • June Mary Elizabeth Burke – for voluntary service through the Tenovus Cancer Charity, Cardiff.
  • Rosemary Ann Burns – for services to Local Government and to the community in Sussex.
  • Anne Connor Butterworth – for services to the community in St Leonards, Hertfordshire and to the Spinal Muscular Atrophy Trust.
  • Ailsa Elizabeth Button – for services to Children and Families.
  • Bridget Kathleen Carey Cameron – for services to Young People and Families of Offenders in the West Midlands.
  • Anne Elizabeth Campbell – for services to the Multiple Sclerosis Society in the Scottish Borders.
  • Patricia Anne Campbell – for services to Local Government.
  • Michael Andrew Carey – for voluntary service to the community in Silsden, West Yorkshire.
  • Lady Margaret Ann Carter – for services to the community in Stock, Essex.
  • Peter John George Chambers – for voluntary service to Music in Coventry.
  • Helena Charles – for voluntary service to the community in Blaengarw, Bridgend.
  • Maurice Charlesworth – for services to Older People in Lambeth, London.
  • Paul Chidgey – for services to Education.
  • Wendy Angharad Churchouse – for services to Cardiac Patients in South West Wales.
  • Gerard Paul Cleary – for services to Taxpayers and voluntary services to Thalidomide Awareness.
  • Gaynor Ellen Mary Clegg – for services to Education.
  • Janet Colquhoun – for services to Education.
  • (Valerie) Joy Cook – for voluntary service to the community in Borth, Ceredigion.
  • Elizabeth Sally Coot – for services to Fundraising and to the community in Constantine, Cornwall.
  • Rosemary Corbett Thomas – for services to the Scout Movement in Llangollen District, Wrexham.
  • Dr Elisabeth Marjorie Cotton – for services to the community in Cranfield, Bedfordshire.
  • Sheila Frances Coulson – for services to the community in Hackness, North Yorkshire.
  • Agnes Forsyth Robb Craig – for voluntary and charitable services.
  • Ruth Craig – for voluntary and charitable services to the community in Ballygowan, County Down.
  • Robert Crangle – for services to Young People in Northern Ireland through the Boys' Brigade.
  • Ronald Crangle – for services to Young People in Northern Ireland through the Boys' Brigade.
  • Maisie Crawford – for services to the community in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
  • Alan Crocker – for services to Football in Wiltshire.
  • William Crowe – for services to the community and Children's Charities in Dumbarton, Strathclyde.
  • (Elizabeth) Ann Cumming – for charitable services through the Calvert Trust, Exmoor.
  • Elizabeth Maud Cunningham – for voluntary service to the community in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
  • Heather Constance Cunningham – for services to the Arts and the community in the East Neuk of Fife.
  • Neil Alexander Currie – for public and charitable services.
  • Mary Elizabeth Cutler – for charitable services to Grove House Hospice, St Albans, Hertfordshire.
  • Suzanne Jane Dando Reynolds – for services to charity.
  • Dr Darren Frazer Daniels – for services to Improving Services for Sepsis Sufferers.
  • Janice Catherine Davidson – for services to Public Transport in Northern Ireland.
  • Helen Josephine Davies – for services to Animal Welfare in Northern Ireland through the Rainbow Centre, Eglinton, Londonderry.
  • Leonard John Robert Davies – for services to Rugby Union in the North West.
  • Patricia Margery Davies – for services to the community in Llangynidr, Brecon, Powys.
  • Richard Anthony Davies – for services to the Bereaved.
  • Susan Mary Deborah Davies – for services to the community in Barton in Fabis, Nottinghamshire.
  • Dennis Joseph Davison – for services to Second World War Commemoration and Memorialisation.
  • Margaret Dawson – for services to the Hambleton District Show and to charity.
  • Anthony James Day – for services to the community in Norton St Philip, Somerset.
  • Nick William Charles Dermott – for services to Heritage and Conservation in Thanet.
  • Maureen Elizabeth Dobbie – for services to the community in Teesdale, County Durham.
  • Terence Gabriel Doherty – for services to Community Safety and Public Protection in Northern Ireland.
  • Pauline Anne Donaldson – for services to People with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and their Carers.
  • Maureen Lilian Dougall – for services to the community in Brundall, Norfolk.
  • Mary Dovey – for services to Heritage in Buckinghamshire.
  • Patricia Joan Easthope – for voluntary services to the community in Royston, Hertfordshire.
  • Lilly Ebert – for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
  • Fay Mary Edwards – for services to the community in Kensington and Chelsea, London.
  • Derek Samuel Walter Elliott – for services to the community in Devizes, Wiltshire.
  • Sylvia Margaret Emmott – for public and political service.
  • Dean Vincent Evans – for services to the community in Blackwater, Cornwall.
  • Philip Everett – for services to The New Appeals Organisation, Nottingham.
  • Christine Ann Eyre – for services to the community in Sutton, Macclesfield.
  • Ruth Mary Fagan – for services to Transport and to charity.
  • John Thomas Fall – for services to the community in Kirklington, North Yorkshire.
  • Chaim Ferster – for services to Holocaust Education.
  • Peter Fish – for services to the Elderly in Hollingworth, and Hyde, Cheshire and Glossop, Derbyshire
  • Ann Foat – for services to the community in Ash, Kent.
  • Angela Margaret Forder-Stent – for services to the community in Twyford, Hampshire.
  • Helen Fowler – for services to Children and Reading.
  • Helen Mary Francis – for charitable services in Trefonen, Shropshire.
  • The Reverend Kwaku Frimpong-Manson – for services to the community in Tottenham, London.
  • Glenda Frost – for services to the community in Willand and Cullompton, Devon.
  • Fiona Fry – for services to Nursing.
  • Michael Stuart Galloway-Allbut – for services to Education.
  • John Gardner – for services to the community in High Bradfield and Low Bradfield, South Yorkshire.
  • Elizabeth Heather Gibbons – for services to Riding for the Disabled in South West Cornwall.
  • David Roy Gifford – for services to the community in King's Lynn, Norfolk.
  • Sheila Glass – for services to the community in Ramsbury and Axford, Wiltshire.
  • Patricia Mary Glazebrook – for services to Sick Children and their Families in Cambridge.
  • James Sydney Goodman – for services to Music through the Britannia Band and Londonderry Musical Society, Londonderry.
  • Maureen Gould – for services to Education.
  • Peter Cyril Goulding – for services to the community in Nottinghamshire.
  • Alison Ruth Grant – for services to Cycling.
  • Henry Sinclair Gray – for voluntary service in Wick, Caithness.
  • Jean Greatorex – for services to the community in Ashbourne, Derbyshire.
  • Jody Louisa Green – for services to the Resettlement of Ex-Offenders.
  • Margaret Anderson Green – for services to the community in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire particularly through Bourtie Rural Women's Institute.
  • Pauline Griffiths – for services to Heritage and the community in Pembrokeshire.
  • Samantha Groom – for services to Tourism in Falmouth and Cornwall.
  • Alexander John Gunn – for services to Heritage and the community in Caithness.
  • Pamela Patricia Ann Gunn – for services to First Aid through St John Ambulance Service, Enniskillen Division.
  • Richard Hadden – for services to the community in East Lothian.
  • Alan Stuart Hague – for services to Young People through Scouting in Lancashire.
  • Gail Hall – for services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
  • David Melvyn Hando – for services to the community in Newport and to Newport County Association Football Club.
  • Joan Harding – for services to the community in Beighton, Sheffield.
  • Alan Clive Hargreaves – for services to Engineering Research.
  • Reginald Keith Hart – for services to the community in Lympsham, Somerset.
  • Kay Harvey – for voluntary and charitable services to Children, Young People and Families in Badersfield, Norfolk.
  • Michael Lawrence Harwood – for services to the community in Warwick.
  • Kenneth Hayes – for services to Elderly and Vulnerable People in Hartlepool.
  • John Boyd Henderson – for services to the community in Severn Stoke, Worcestershire.
  • John Joe Heuerman – for services to Cancer Research.
  • Ann Catherine Inglis Hickman – for services to the community in Retford, Nottinghamshire and to the Royal British Legion.
  • Philip Highley – for services to the community in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
  • Keelie Jayne Hill – for services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
  • Cllr William Hill – for services to the community and charity in Horden, County Durham.
  • John Edwin Hilsum – for voluntary service to Cricket and the community in the Isle of Wight.
  • Donald Hollands – for services to the community in Wimpole, Cambridgeshire.
  • Shirley Holt – for services to Education.
  • Pamela Susan Hopkins – for charitable and voluntary services to the community in Llanhilleth, Blaenau Gwent.
  • Clive Hubery – for services to Education.
  • Anthony Hudson – for services to the communities in Monk Fryston and Hillam, North Yorkshire.
  • Jacqueline Humphries – for services to the community in the West Midlands.
  • Julia Margaret Hurrell – for services to Defence and to charity.
  • Canon Keith Cyril Ineson – for services to the Farming Community in Cheshire.
  • Anthony Paul Ingle – for voluntary and charitable services to the community in Cambridgeshire through Church Music.
  • Alderman Elizabeth Ingram – for services to Local Government and the community.
  • Anthony Mark Ives – for services to Youth Clubs and the community in Dorset.
  • Lynda Jeffrey – for services to Music and charity in Stenton, East Lothian.
  • George Andrew Johnston – for services to the community in Portadown, Northern Ireland.
  • Amanda Jolliffe – for voluntary service to First Aid through St John Ambulance.
  • Cy Jones – for services to the community in Ludlow, Shropshire.
  • Georgina Jones – for voluntary service to the Church and the community in Dolwyddelan, Conwy.
  • Rita Janet Jones – for services to the community in Stretford, Greater Manchester.
  • Vanessa Ann Jones – for services to Woodland Management and the community in Kent.
  • Jack Kagan – for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
  • Agatha Kalisperas – for services to the Greek community in London.
  • Elizabeth Kilpatrick – for voluntary service to First Aid and the community in Kilwinning, Ayrshire.
  • Richard Henry King – for services to Fire and Rescue and to Emergency Medical Care.
  • Sybil King – for services to the community in Thaxted, Essex.
  • Pamela Kirkbride – for services to the community in Coniston, Cumbria.
  • Isobel Kirkwood – for services to Veterans in Scotland.
  • Fred Knoller – for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
  • The Reverend Robert Alan Knox – for services to the Royal British Legion and the community in Londonderry.
  • Anne Whitworth Lampson – for services to Young People through the Girl Guides, and to the community in Meare, Somerset.
  • Michael George Laskey – for services to Contemporary Poetry.
  • Gillian Mary Laws – for services to the community in Exmouth, Devon.
  • Margaret Susan Leckey – for services to Children through Fostering and the Kiddy Winks Mums and Toddlers Group, County Down.
  • Michael Jason Lee – for services to the Restoration of the Kennet and Avon Canal.
  • Penry Alan Lewis – for services to Conservation and Angling in Mid Wales.
  • Christian Evelyn Lindsay – for services to the community in East Linton, East Lothian.
  • Anthony Clive Linger – for services to the community in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.
  • Marion Lockhart – for services to the Glendale Show and the community in Wooler, Northumberland.
  • Marie Teresa Lomas – for services to Education and to the community in Greater Manchester.
  • Glenys Lord – for services to Higher Education.
  • Samuel Thomas Loughrey – for services to Golf in Northern Ireland.
  • Amelia Elaine Luffrum – for services to Homeless and Deprived People in South Tyneside.
  • Dr Ashley Stuart Lupin – for Humanitarian services to Medical Training in Uganda.
  • Rebecca Lyne – for services to the community in Eye, Suffolk.
  • Elizabeth Janet Campbell Lyttle – for services to the community in Portaferry, County Down.
  • Ruaraidh Peter Macdonagh – for services to Healthcare particularly voluntary service to Healthcare Provision in Zanzibar.
  • Calina Graham Macdonald – for services to Business and Horticulture in Skye and Lochalsh.
  • Andrew David Ross Mackenzie – for services to the community in Dornoch, Sutherland.
  • John Ronald Macleod – for voluntary service to Dingwall Museum and the community in Ross-shire.
  • Pamela Jane Cherie Martin – for services to the community in Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire.
  • Susan Martin – for services to Young People in Northern Ireland through the Girls' Brigade.
  • David Edward Mason – for services to charity and the community in Sutton, Surrey.
  • Mary Susan Matthews – for services to Young People through the Girls' Brigade in Hextable, Kent.
  • Maureen Frances Matthews – for services to the community in Winscombe, Somerset and charitable services to the Children's Society.
  • Margaret Maureen Mcadam – for services to Portadown Ladies' Choir and to Girl Guiding in County Armagh.
  • Sean Mccarthy – for voluntary service to the Poppy Appeal in London.
  • Angus Campbell Mcconnell – for voluntary service to Sport in Scotland.
  • Mary Jane Mcfarland – for voluntary service to South West Acute Hospital and the community in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
  • Anthony Joseph Mcgeehan JP – for services to the community in Greenisland, County Antrim.
  • Liam Mchugh – for services to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
  • Samuel Mcilwrath – for services to the community in Comber, Northern Ireland.
  • Graham Mcinnes – for services to Church Music and the Wellingborough Talking Newspaper.
  • Mary Mckinney – for services to the community in the City and County of Londonderry.
  • Helen Clare Meehan – for services to Palliative Care.
  • Maureen Frances Jane Meehan – for voluntary service to Crime Prevention in Birmingham.
  • Sarfraz Alam Mian – for services to UK Trade.
  • Christopher Miles – for services to the community in Packington, Leicestershire.
  • Dorothy Mitchinson – for services to community through the Linskill Community Centre, Tyne and Wear.
  • Kenneth Charles Monk – for services to the community in Ardingly, West Sussex.
  • Margaret Jean Morgan – for services to the community in Berkshire.
  • Karin Morris – for voluntary service to Tenovus Cancer Charity and to the community in Cardiff.
  • Marny Mowatt – for services to the Orkney County Show.
  • Robert Charles Henry Mudway – for services to the community in Brocton, Staffordshire.
  • William Theodore Cecil Mullen – for services to the Lough Neagh Rescue Service.
  • Sarah Jane Munro – for services to Business and the community in Macclesfield particularly through the Treacle Market.
  • Paul Anthony Myers – for services to the community.
  • Sybil Janet Naylor – for services to the community in Dronfield, Derbyshire.
  • Elizabeth Sharon Mary Neely – for services to People with Dementia and their Families through the Alzheimer's Society.
  • Minnie Florence Newcombe – for services to the community in Barton Turf and Neatishead, Norfolk.
  • Marilyn Winifred Nolan – for voluntary service to the community in Newhaven, East Sussex.
  • Ian Robert Northcott – for services to the community particularly Homeless People in the West Midlands.
  • Ronke Oke – for services to Business and charity
  • Jean Margaret Olney – for services to the community in Mayfield, East Sussex.
  • Brian Thomas O'neill – for voluntary service to Ex-Service Personnel.
  • Mary Theresa O'neill – for charitable services in Glasgow.
  • Rudolf Oppenheimer – for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
  • Harold Sidney Osborne – for services to the community in Crowle, North Lincolnshire.
  • Keith Lionel Ottywill – for services to Education.
  • Noushabeh Pakpour-Samari – for services to the Ladies' Creative Centre and the community in Ealing, London.
  • Dennis William Parker – for services to the community in Uttoxeter and Denstone, Staffordshire.
  • Harry Aubrey Parkes – for services to the Bevin Boys Commemoration.
  • Mary Freeman Parry – for services to Elderly People in Wrexham.
  • David Charles Payne – for services to Education and Scouting in Pinner, Middlesex.
  • Alison Jane Peak – for services to the community in Gloucester, Gloucestershire.
  • Ernest Albert Pearce – for charitable services through the Lions Club in Stowmarket and District and to the community in Bacton, Suffolk.
  • Rosemary Peaty – for services to the community in Blakeney, Gloucestershire.
  • Gillian Penwell – for services to Elderly and Bereaved People in Weymouth, Dorset.
  • Ivor Perl – for services to Holocaust Education.
  • Jane Pettigrew – for services to Tea Production and History.
  • Colin William Picken – for voluntary service to the Royal British Legion.
  • David Robert Pike – for services to the Fire and Rescue Service and the community in Greater Manchester.
  • Robert Godfrey Pither – for services to the community in Pontesbury and the Shrewsbury Macular Support Group, Shropshire.
  • Rev'd Canon David Michael Power – for services to the community in Portsmouth.
  • Basil Edward Priest – for voluntary service to Holme Towers Marie Curie Hospice, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan.
  • Deborah Ruth Quinn – for services to Business and the community in Macclesfield particularly through the Treacle Market.
  • Sajid Rashid – for services to the community and charitable fundraising in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
  • Gurdev Singh Rayat – for services to the community in Greenwich, London.
  • Violet Elizabeth Razzell – for services to Healthcare and the community in Perry, Cambridgeshire.
  • Colin Charles Rea – for services to Young People through the Scout Association.
  • Brian Keith Reader – for services to promoting the Rights of Way Network in Surrey.
  • Habib Rehman – for services to Business and Community Relations in Birmingham.
  • Pearly May Reid – for services to the community in West Bromwich, West Midlands.
  • Freda Alice Ridgway – for services to the community in Prees and Fauls, Shropshire.
  • Graham Riley – for services to the community in Shropshire.
  • Norman James Rimmer – for services to Music and the community in North Wales.
  • Alan James Roberts – for services to the community in Manchester.
  • Dilys Elizabeth Roberts – for services to the Girl Guides and the community in Rhyl, Denbighshire.
  • Joseph William Roberts – for services to the community in Chesterfield.
  • Thomas Delwyn Roberts – for voluntary service to the community in Llangollen, Wrexham.
  • Kirsty Robson – for services to Taxpayers and charitable services to Cancer Research and Awareness.
  • Alan Henry George Rowe – for services to the community in Cobham, Kent through the Parish Council.
  • Justin Rowe – for services to the community and to charity in Malton, North Yorkshire.
  • John Wooldridge Rowland – for services to the community in Bassingham, Lincolnshire.
  • Valerie Rowland – for services to the community in Borossa Common, Surrey.
  • (Rene) Rywka Salt – for services to Holocaust Survivors, Education and Awareness.
  • Malcolm Victor Scothern – for voluntary service to Ex-Service Personnel.
  • William Scott – for services to the Arts in Cornwall.
  • Elizabeth Joan Sexton – for services to the community in Chippenham, Wiltshire.
  • Carol Daphne Seymour – for voluntary service to Art and People with Disabilities in Stirlingshire.
  • Marilyn Rosemary Sharp – for services to the community in Ivybridge, Devon.
  • Zygmunt Shipper – for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
  • Jacqueline Simpson – for services to Older People in Lincoln.
  • Pauline Anne Simpson – for voluntary service to the Former Far East Prisoners of War Community.
  • Neil Owen Skelton – for services to the Preservation and Conservation of Imber Church, Wiltshire.
  • Brenda Margaret Slade – for services to Westminster Abbey and the Creation and Preservation of Ceremonial Garments.
  • (Ward Westley) Gary Smart – for services to the Tourism and Leisure Park Industry.
  • Linda Margaret Smith – for services to Local Government and the community in Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire.
  • Nicholas Andrew Smith – for services to the Forestry and Environmental Sectors in Herefordshire and to Ornithology.
  • Sharon Winifred Smith – for services to History and the community in Uffington, Oxfordshire.
  • Gordon James Speer – for services to Peace-Building and Community Cohesion in Castlederg, County Tyrone.
  • Jean Spence – for services to Education and the community in Rishton, Lancashire.
  • Elizabeth Anne Spruce – for services to Young People and the community in Alva, Clackmannanshire.
  • Marian Jane Stapley – for services to charity.
  • Dorothy Hana Start – for services to the community in Friern Barnet, Hertfordshire and to charity.
  • (Norman) Alan Stennett – for services to the Farming Industry and Broadcasting in Lincolnshire.
  • Elizabeth Esther Steven – for services to the community in Loughborough, Leicestershire and charitable service to Disadvantaged People in Nepal.
  • Thomas Mccaig Stevenson – for voluntary services to Walkers in the West of Scotland.
  • Brian James Stone – for service to community in Northampton.
  • Jessie Roy Stuart – for services to Scottish Country Dancing and Old Time Dancing.
  • Wendy Ann Taaffe – for services to the community in Wirral particularly through Guiding.
  • (Patricia) Brenda Taylor – for services to Dance.
  • Susan Nicola Templeman – for services to Heritage.
  • Mary Diana Ethel Thornley – for services to Equestrianism.
  • Lisa Wendy Towers – for services to Mental Health Awareness.
  • Kathleen Sylvia Tracey – for services to Charitable Fundraising in County Armagh.
  • George Troup – for services to the Sea Cadets and the community in Clydebank, Dunbartonshire.
  • Hazel Elise Turay – for services to the community in Tulse Hill, London.
  • Peter Twyman – for services to Young People and Music.
  • Erica Joyce Ellen Tye – for services to the community in Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex.
  • Richard John Charles Tyler – for services to the British Red Cross in Kent and Sussex.
  • Leslie Underdown – for services to the community in Cropredy, Oxfordshire.
  • Elizabeth Versi – for services to Mental Health Awareness.
  • Craig Gordon Vidler – for services to charities.
  • Kathryn Ruth Vowden – for services to Nursing.
  • Natalie Frances Wade – for services to the Creative Industries.
  • Canon Alfred Derrick Walkden – for services to the community in Preston, Lancashire.
  • Elizabeth Walker – for services to Children and Young People.
  • Ann Walsh – for charitable services particularly through Cancer Research UK.
  • George Walsh – for services to the community in Belfast.
  • Bryan Ellis Wardley – for services to the community in Oxford.
  • John Ernest Warren – for services to the Art of Wood Carving.
  • Ian Washburn – for voluntary services to Music and Firefighters' Welfare.
  • Christopher West – for services to Equality and Diversity Issues.
  • Sandra Anne White – for services to Elderly People in Shirehampton, Bristol.
  • David Anthony Whiteley – for services to Maritime Safety.
  • Mark Sheldon Whitfield – for voluntary service to People and Animals Abroad.
  • Sheila Helen Mary Whitty – for services to the community in Surrey.
  • Dr Adrian Charles Whitwood – for services to Scientific Research and to St John Ambulance in Selby.
  • Linda Whitworth – for services to the community in Blackpool, Lancashire.
  • The Reverend Heather Susan Widdows – for services to the community in Gairloch, Ross-shire.
  • Barbara Jean Wilkins – for services to Children and Families.
  • Lynn Willmott – for voluntary services to Heritage in Hampshire.
  • Ronald Wiltshire – for services to charitable Fundraising.
  • Frances Mary Winterflood – for voluntary service to Young People in Lancashire through the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.
  • Deborah Wolfe – for services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Raymond Derek Wood – for services to the community in the London Borough of Redbridge.
  • Hazel Dawn Woodbridge – for services to Carriage Driving in Wiltshire.
  • Robin Basil Woodd – for services to the community in Hemel Hempstead particularly through the Samaritans and St. Mary's Church.
  • Alison Wrigley – for services to Education.

Diplomatic Service And Overseas List[edit]

  • Allan Joseph Alman – Performing Arts Promoter and Benefactor, Gibraltar. For services to music and to the community in Gibraltar.
  • Alice Ballard – Volunteer Prison Visitor, Taipei. For services to British and foreign prisoners in Taiwan.
  • Roger John Barlow – Chairman, Royal British Legion, Chile. For services to the British community and veterans in Chile.
  • Robin Terry Brown – Chairman, Telecoms Eastern European Challenge. For services to improving the lives of children in vulnerable communities in Moldova.
  • Hamish Roy Douglas – Chairman, Anglo-Bavarian Club. For services to British commercial interests in Germany.
  • Bridget Galsworthy Estavillo – Writer and Historian. For services to the heritage of the Cornish community in Mexico.
  • Alan Frank Harrisson – Volunteer Caseworker, Royal British Legion. For services to the Royal British Legion in the Republic of Ireland.
  • Sarah Bronwen Jones – Founder and director, Children of Fire. For services to young survivors of burn injuries in Africa.
  • Christine Ogle Hall Marigonda – Secretary, Circolo Italo-Britannico, Venice. For services to the British-Italian community in Venice, Italy.
  • Barbara Ann Patterson – Community and Charity volunteer. For services to the British community, the elderly and ex-servicemen and women in Spain.
  • Anthony William (Tony) Porter – chief executive officer, Oasis Cars. For services to the British community in Qatar.
  • David Graham Thomas – President, Safe Communities, Portugal. For services to crime prevention and awareness within the British and international community in Portugal.
  • Russell Adrian Vickers – Residence Manager, British Embassy, Baghdad. For services to British/Iraqi relations.
  • Rachel Mary Williamson – District Nursing Sister, Falkland Islands. For services to the community in the Falkland Islands.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Police Medal for Merit, as awarded for Distinguished Service
England and Wales
  • Simon Robert Bailey. Chief constable, Norfolk constabulary.
  • Simon Byrne. Chief constable, Cheshire constabulary.
  • Steven Craddock. Former detective sergeant, West Midlands police.
  • Ian Christopher Dyson. Assistant commissioner, City of London police.
  • Alan Humphries. Former neighbourhood inspector, Greater Manchester police.
  • Neil Hibberd. Detective sergeant, Metropolitan police.
  • Martin Jelley. Chief Constable, Warwickshire police.
  • Claire Michelle Johnston. Chief superintendent, Metropolitan police.
  • Sarah King. Sergeant, Metropolitan police.
  • Timothy Madgwick. Deputy chief constable, North Yorkshire police.
  • Paul Clifford Morrison. Formerly chief superintendent, Sussex and Surrey police.
  • Keith Niven. Detective chief superintendent, Metropolitan police.
  • Zuleika Payne. Constable, South Yorkshire police.
  • Olivia Clare Pinkney. Deputy chief constable, Sussex police.
  • Gareth Pritchard. Deputy chief constable, North Wales police.
  • Andrew Rhodes. Deputy chief constable, Lancashire constabulary.
  • Darren Tuthill. Constable, Metropolitan police.
  • Martin Smith-Wightman. Constable, Metropolitan police.
Scotland
  • Eleanor Mitchell. Chief superintendent, Police Scotland.
  • Andrew Morris. Chief superintendent, Police Scotland.
  • Louise Raphael. Detective superintendent, Police Scotland.
Northern Ireland
  • Alan Alfred Dickson. Temporary detective chief inspector, PSNI.
  • Eric Raymond Murray. Chief superintendent, PSNI.
  • Philip Heatley Shepherd. Inspector, PSNI.

Queen's Fire Service Medal (QFSM)[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Fire Service Medal for Merit, as awarded for Distinguished Service
England and Wales
Scotland
  • Peter Murray. Assistant chief officer, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Sarah O'Donnell. Director of finance and contractual Services, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
Jersey

Queen's Ambulance Service Medal (QAM)[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Ambulance Service Medal for Merit, as awarded for Distinguished Service
England and Wales
Scotland
Northern Ireland

Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal (QVRM)[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal
  • WO Class 2 Stephen John Davies. Royal Marines reserve
  • Staff Sgt Alison Lesley Cartwright. The Royal Logistic Corps army reserve.
  • Maj Simon Mervyn Cassells. The Royal Irish Regiment army reserve.
  • Maj Michael Dean Deck. The Royal Logistic Corps army reserve.
  • Capt William MacIsaac. General List army reserve.
  • Sqn Ldr Francis Shannon. Royal Air Force reserve.

Associate Royal Red Cross (ARRC)[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Royal Red Cross
  • Lt Cdr Suzanne Lorraine Gardner-Clark, Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service.
  • Squadron Leader Therese Anne Bridgit Kelly-Raper, Royal Air Force

Overseas Territories Police Medal[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Overseas Territories Police Medal for Merit, as awarded for Meritorious Service

Crown Dependencies[edit]

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

Guernsey
  • Howard Edward Roberts QC – for services to The Crown.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

Isle of Man
  • John Richard Aspden – for services to Financial Supervision.
  • John Hugh Davidson – for services to Charities and to the Manx community.
  • David Allan Vick – for services to Insurance and Pensions.
Jersey
  • Philip Austin – for services to the community as the Chairman of the Organising Committee of the Island Games 2015.
  • Clive Jones – for services to Jersey Heritage.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

Isle of Man
  • Dorothea Lilian Gell – for services to the Manx community and to Charities.
Guernsey
  • Richard Stephen Le Page – for services to the sport of Target Shooting in Guernsey.
  • Katharine Ann Russell – for services to heritage and culture in Alderney and Normandy.
Jersey
  • Angela Francey – for services to the reconciliation of the community of Jersey and of Bad Wurzach.
  • Jean McLaughlin – for services to the recognition of Evacuees during the Occupation.

Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Antigua and Barbuda, on advice of her ministers in Antigua and Barbuda.[7]

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

Bahamas[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of The Bahamas, on advice of the Bahamian Government.[8]

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG)[edit]

  • Edward Charles Carter – for services to broadcasting and the media.
  • Franklyn Roosevelt Wilson CMG – for services to business and philanthropy.

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)[edit]

  • Dr. Leonard A. Johnson – for services to the church.

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Dame of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)[edit]

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Cleophas R.E. Adderley – for services to music.
  • James Catalyn – for services to culture and acting.
  • The Reverend Dr. Philip Arthur Rahming JP – for civic service and services to religion.
  • Telator Cumi Strachan – for services to crafts and entrepreneurism.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Thomas A. Basden – for services to business and commerce.
  • Joshua Emerald Culmer JP – for services to civic affairs and community development.
  • Romeo Farrington – for services to business and to tourism.
  • Dennis Hall – for services to the community.
  • George Gilbert E. Pinder – for services to commerce and fishing.
  • The Reverend Dr. Marina Princess Sands – for services to the community and to religion.
  • Ansil Saunders – for services to the historic and cultural development of the island of Bimini.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

  • Hilton Alexander Bowleg – for services to the community.
  • Carmetta Burns – for community development and social services.
  • Doris Farah – for community development and social services.
  • Everette Ferguson – for services to sport.
  • The Reverend Revy Francis – for services to the community through religion and civic service.
  • Curtis Dazel Hanna – for services to business and commerce.
  • Sister Agatha Hunt – for services to religion and to education.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

  • Hulan Hanna – for services to the Royal Bahamas Police Force.
  • Steven Seymour – for services to the Royal Bahamas police Force.

Barbados[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Barbados, on advice of the Barbadian Government.[9]

Knight Bachelor[edit]

  • Paul Bernard Altman – for services to the preservation of historic building and real estate development.

Belize[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Belize, on advice of the Belizean Government.[10]

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)[edit]

  • Michael Harwell Manfield Bowen – for services to business and industry.

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Dilcia Christina Feinstein – for services to business and the community.
  • Eleanor Rubina Herrera Hulse – for services to education.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Emelda Leticia August – for services to nursing.
  • Janet Patricia Gibson – for services to environmental protection.
  • Dr Aaron Paul Lewis – for services to science.
  • Juan Cansillo Nunez – for services to education and to sport.
  • Sarita Elena Westby – for services to education and to the community.

Grenada[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Grenada, on advice of the Grenadian Government.[11]

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knight / Dame Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG / DCMG)[edit]

  • Justice Lyle Kevin St. Paul – for public service and services to the Judiciary

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Dr. Chamarthy Subbarao – for services to the Medical Profession.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Willan Dewsbury – for services to culture.
  • Anna Margaret Wilson – for services to education and to the community.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Luret Clarkson – for services to nursing and to trade unionism.
  • Jean Lambert – for services to nursing.

New Zealand[edit]

Saint Christopher and Nevis[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Saint Kitts and Nevis, on advice of the Kittian and Nevisian Government.[12]

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)[edit]

  • Bishop Kelvin C. Jones – for services to the community in the field of religion.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Clarita Violetta Richards – for services to education, music and public administration.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Ruperta Patricia Richards-Leader – for her contribution to the Health Care service.
  • Keith Scarborough – for cultural and community service.

Solomon Islands[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the Solomon Islands, on advice of the Solomon Islands Government.[13]

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Robinson S. Fugui – for services to Government in the areas of Environmental Health and Community Development.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Angeline Merle Aqorau – for services to the community and to the women of Solomon Islands.
  • Alick Butula – for services to commerce and to Community Development.
  • Chief Alfred Hairiu – for services to teaching, the Church, politics and to Community Development.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

Civil Division
  • David Manea – for services to teaching and to Community Development.
  • Allen Christian Tarai – for services to teaching and to Community Development.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

  • Deputy Commissioner Juanita Matanga – for services to the Police and to Community Development.

Tuvalu[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Tuvalu, on advice of the Tuvalu Government.[14]

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Rev. Elder Suamalie Naisali Tafaki Iosefa Naisali – for public and community service.
  • Piita Polapola – for public and community service.
  • Susana Semu Taafaki – for public and community service.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Andrew Paialii Ionatana – for public and community service.
  • Matanile Iosefa – for public and community service.
  • Roger Moresi – for public and community service.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Year's Honours list 2016". Government of the United Kingdom. Retrieved 31 December 2015. 
  2. ^ "Royal Navy Honours list revealed". Royal Navy. 31 December 2015. Retrieved 31 December 2015. 
  3. ^ "New Years Honours 2016". Royal Air Force. 31 December 2015. Retrieved 31 December 2015. 
  4. ^ "No. 61450". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N1. 
  5. ^ "Cancer fundraiser, 13, youngest honours recipient". BBC News. 31 December 2015. Retrieved 31 December 2015. 
  6. ^ Blair, Olivia (27 December 2015). "Barbara Windsor 'set to become a Dame in the New Years Honours List'". The Independent. Retrieved 28 December 2015. 
  7. ^ "No. 61457". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N66. 
  8. ^ "No. 61452". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N47. 
  9. ^ "No. 61451". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N42. 
  10. ^ "No. 61456". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N62. 
  11. ^ "No. 61453". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N50. 
  12. ^ "No. 61458". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N70. 
  13. ^ "No. 61454". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N54. 
  14. ^ "No. 61455". The London Gazette (Supplement). 30 December 2015. p. N58. 

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