Honours: Order of the British Empire, Civil - OBE Adams to Lennon

Order of the British Empire

Officer (OBE)

Adams, Mrs Pauline Ann, Chair, Crossroads Wales. For serv Carers. Adkin, Nicholas John, Tobacco Programme mgr, Dept of Health. Ahmad, Mushtaq, Lately Provost, South Lanarkshire Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Akomfrah, John, Dir. For serv the Film ind. Alagiah, George Maxwell, Broadcaster and Author. For serv Journalism. Ashmore, Graham, Head of European and Cluster Policy, UK Trade and Investment, West Midlands Region. For serv Internat Trade. Atkinson, Christopher John, JP, DL, For serv the Administration of Justice in Sheffield. Atkinson, Dr Michael Richard, For serv the commty in Balsall Heath, Birmingham. Azah, John, Vice-Chair, Independent Advisory Group, Met Pol Service. For serv commty Relations in London. Barnardo, Dr David Eric, Vice-pres and ltly Chair, Barnardo's. For serv Social Care for Children. Barnes, Mrs Lynette Pamela Ann, Dir, Ripon Ccl for Voluntary Service. For serv the Voluntary Sector in North Yorkshire. Barr, Dr Robert, mgg dir, Manchester Geomatics Ltd. For serv Geography. Barradell, John Bernard, Lately ch Offr, Met Pol Special Constabulary. For serv the Police. Bazin, Mrs Sarah Ann, Therapy Services mgr, Heart of Eng NHS Foundation Trust and Chair, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. For serv Healthcare. Beard, Dr Geoffrey, Co-Founder, Furniture History Society. For serv Heritage. Beard, Paul Godfrey, Lately Chair, Health and Social Care Advisory Service and Regional dir, R College of Nursing. For serv Healthcare. Begy, Roger, Chair, Learning and Skills Ccl, Lincolnshire and Rutland. For serv Further Educ and Training. Beynon, Ms Ann, Dir Wales, BT. For serv Business. Blazwick, Ms Iwona, Dir, Whitechapel Art Gallery. For serv Art. Bleasdale, Paul, Head, Pensions and Medical Fitness Unit, School Resources Group, Dept for Children, Schools and Families. Bond, Geoffrey Charles, DL, For charitable serv. Bowles, David, Chair, Northern Defence Industries. For serv the Defence ind. Boyd, Thomas Wilson, DL, For serv the Fishing ind and to the commty in Kingston-upon-Hull. Breach, Paul, exec dir, Academy of Food and Wine. For serv the Hospitality ind. Broccoli, Ms Barbara Dana, Film Producer. For serv the Film ind. Brown, Gordon, Lately hd of Freshwater Fisheries and Aquaculture Division, Marine Dirate, Scottish exec. Brown, Nigel, For serv Business and to the commty in Cambshire. Brown, Rodney William, Emergency Services Liaison Team Leader, Highways Agency, Dept for Transport. Buck, Prof Margaret Ann, Lately hd, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (UAL). For serv Arts and Design Educ. Burge, David Robert, Head of Police Finance and Pension Unit, Home Off. Burton, Mrs Audrey Ruth, For charitable serv in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Butler, David William, Chief exec, National Confedn of Parent Teacher Associations. For serv the commty and to Educ. Buttress, Dr Donald Reeve, LVO, Architect and Surveyor. For serv the Conservation of Cathedrals. Byrne, Dr Dolores Cecelia, mgg dir Public Sector, QinetiQ. For serv the Defence ind. Cairns, Michael Anthony, Lately commr of English Heritage. For serv Heritage. Carrigan, Daniel, For serv Health and Safety. Cassen, Prof Robert Harvey, Emeritus Fellow, St. Antony's College, Oxf, and Visiting Prof, London School of Economics. For serv Educ. Clarke, Stephen Edward Linton, For serv Maritime Heritage and to the commty in Bideford, Devon. Coffey, The Reverend David Roy, Presdt, Baptist World Alliance. For serv Inter-faith Relations. Conran, Jasper Alexander Thirlby, Designer. For serv the Retail ind. Cookson, Michael Brian, Presdt, Brit Cycling Federation. For serv Sport. Coxon, Robert, Chair, Centre for Process Innovation. For serv the Chemicals ind in the North East. Cragg, David Beresford, MBE, Regional dir, Learning and Skills Ccl, West Midlands. For serv Training and to Educ. Cringle, The Honourable Noel Quayle, Presdt of Tynwald. For publ serv in the Isle of Man. Crystal, Mrs Dinah Selma, For serv the Pro Bono Legal Services. Cullen, Miss Sally, Liaison Magistrate, Rome, Crown Prosecution Service. Davies, Anthony Clive, mgg dir, Focus Educ UK Ltd. For serv School Inspections. Davies, Byron, Chief exec, Cardiff City Ccl. For serv Local Govt in Wales. Davies, Miss Susan Margaret, Chief exec, Wessex Archaeology. For serv Heritage. Dawes, Ms Nina Alexandra, Chief exec, Lichfield District Ccl. For serv Local Govt and to Flood Rescue in Staffordshire. Dickie, Dr Rosemarie, Lately Chair, Northamptonshire Police Authority. For serv the commty in Northamptonshire. Dixie, Mrs Sandie, Headteach, Greenhill Primary School, Oldham. For serv Educ. Fulford-Dobson, Capt Michael, CVO, Lately Lord Lt of Dorset. Dotrice, Roy, Actor. For serv Drama. Drummond, Mrs Gillian Vera, DL, Presdt, Association of Garden Trusts. For serv the Environment. Dryburgh, William Charles, Grade B1, MOD. Du Boulay, Prof Clair Evelyn Houssemayne, Postgraduate Dean, Wessex Deanery, NHS Educ South Central. For serv Medicine. Duncan, David Hunter, Lately Provost, North Ayrshire Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Dyer, Prof Philip Arthur, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Manchester R Infirmary. For serv Medicine. Edmondson, Dr Edith Maureen Sarah, Chair, Northern Ireland Food Advisory Committee, Food Standards Agency. For publ serv. Elliott, Ms Margaret, For serv the commty in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Elliott, Mrs Michele, Dir and Founder, Kidscape Charity. For serv Children. Emery, Victor Reginald, mgg dir, BAE Systems Surface Fleet Solutions. For serv the Shipbuilding ind. Evans, Mrs Helen Elizabeth Moss, For serv the Quartet commty Foundation, Bristol. Farmer, Robert Cameron, Head of Contingency Planning, Dept for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Fenton, Mrs Joan, Lately Headteach, Dyce School, Aberdeen. For serv Educ. Flanagan, Ian Bennett, Vice-pres, Perennial-Gardeners' R Benevolent Society. For serv Horticulture. Heyhoe-Flint, Mrs Rachael, MBE, DL, For serv Cricket. Francis, Mrs Nicola, Debt Enforcement Project mgr, Child Support Agency, Dept for Work and Pensions. Fraser, Kenneth Vincent, Operations mgr, Cnty Court Bulk Centre, HM Courts Service. Fraser, Ms Romy, Founder, Neal's Yard Remedies. For serv the Health and Beauty ind. Galloway, Michael Peter, Dir, Planning and Transportation, Dundee City Ccl. For serv Urban Design and Regeneration. Galyer, Victor, Headteach, Challney High School for Boys and commty College, Luton, Bedfordshire. For serv Educ. Garston, Eric Michael, For charitable serv. Gault, Michael, For serv Shooting. Gbedemah, Timothy Stephen, Non-exec dir, Border and Immigration Agency, Home Off. For publ serv. Gibbons, Michael John Stanley, For serv Regulatory Reform. Gilbert, Michael Charles, Lately asst dir, Energy Resilience Dirate. For serv the Gas and Electricity Industries. Gildea, Mrs Barbara Margaret, exec vice-pres, Human Resources, Rolls Royce. For serv Business. Gillett, Prof Alan Henry Puckridge, For serv the R Inst of Chartered Surveyors and to the commty in Ealing, West London. Gilmore, Robert Alan, Lately Ch exec, Banbridge District Ccl. For serv Local Govt in Northern Ireland. Goddard, Michael, For serv Technology. Goodwin, Ms Deborah Louise, Lately Member, Audit Committee, Training and Development Agency for Schools. For serv the commty and to Educ. Grahame, Mrs Diana, MVO, Sec, Victoria Cross and George Cross Association. For charitable serv. Grainger, Dr Michael, Lately Headteach, Barnard Castle Church of Eng Primary School, Durham. For serv Educ. Greenway, Michael, Sen consult, EADS Defence and Security UK Ltd. For serv Business in Wales. Griffiths, Chief Insp Peter Mark Edward, For serv the Criminal Justice System in West Yorkshire. Griffiths, Richard, Actor. For serv Drama. Grinstead, Miss Ann Marie, Lately Non-exec dir, Valuation Office Agency. For publ serv. Guild, Ms Tricia, Chair, Designers Guild. For serv Interior Design. Halligan, Sister Brigid, Headteach, Bellerive FCJ Catholic College, Liverpool. For serv Educ. Harbin, Colin David, Lately Dep dir, Border and Immigration Agency, Home Off. Harcup, Dr John Winsor, For serv Health and to Heritage in Malvern, Worcestershire. Harrison, Roy James, Chair of Governors, Thomas Telford School; Governor, Sandwell Academy; Chair, Building Construction Committee, Madeley Academy, West Midlands. For serv Educ. Hassan, Miss Judith Beryl, For serv Holocaust Survivors. Hatchwell, Laurence, Lead Specialist, Rating Dirate, Valuation Office Agency, HM Revenue and Customs. Hill, David William, Dir and Company sec, Leo Pharma. For serv the Pharmaceutical ind. Hill, cclr Martin John, Leader, Lincolnshire Cnty Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Hollingbery, Michael John, For serv the commty in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Howe, Miss Elizabeth, Gen Counsel, Internat Association of Prosecutors, Crown Prosecution Service. Howison, John Andrew, Lately dir, Trunk Road Infrastructure and Professional Services, Transport Scotland, Scottish exec. Howman, Keith Cecil Ross, Lately pres, World Pheasant Association. For serv Conservation. Douglas-Hughes, Jonathan Peter, DL, Chair, Essex Association of Boys' Clubs. For serv Young People. Hutchinson, David Robert, Lately vice-chair and Media-Side Chair, Defence Press and Broadcasting Advisory Committee. For serv the Media. Jamieson, Alexander (Sandy), Lately Ch exec, Includem. For serv the Youth Justice System in Scotland. Jenkins, Dr Godfrey John, Head, Climate Change Programme, Hadley Centre, Meteorological Office. For serv Science. Jervis, Robert Ryan, Lately Headteach, Lakelands School, Sports and Language College, Ellesmere, Shropshire. For serv Educ. Kabal, Amir, JP, DL, Member, Learning and Skills Ccl, National Equality and Diversity Sub-Committee. For serv Training and to the commty in East Staffordshire. Kandola, Prof Rajvinder Singh, Member, National Employment Panel. For serv Disadvantaged People and to Diversity. Kassapa, Dr The Venerable Witharandeniye, For serv the Internat Buddhist Relief Organisation. Keddie, Andrew, Lately Chair, Scottish Police Conveners' Forum. For publ serv. Kelly, Mrs Sheila, exec dir, The Proprietary Association of Great Britain. For serv the Pharmaceutical ind. Kendall, David John, Principal, Derwen Independent Specialist College, Shropshire. For serv Special Needs Further Educ. Kennedy, Mrs Patricia Cecilia, Headteach, St. Mark's Primary School, Barrhd, East Renfrewshire. For serv Educ. Kushnick, Prof Lou, Lately Hon Profial Fellow in Race Relations, Univ of Manchester. For serv the commty and to Higher Educ. Kyle, Dr Maeve, Chair, Coaching Northern Ireland. For serv Athletics. Lake, Andrew, Grade B1, MOD. Leighton, Dr David, Lately Headteach, Llanfyllin High School. For serv Educ in Wales. Lemaire, Ms Kathleen Amy, Chief exec, School Library Association. For serv Educ. Lennon, Dr Alan Charles Richard, Lately Chair, Ccl for Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment. For serv Educ in Northern Ireland.

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