Two Bristolians become CBEs, two are made OBEs and nine people are made MBEs in the Queen's New Year Honours list.
David Graveney mistook his OBE letter as one from the tax man
Professor Patricia Broadfoot, of the University of Bristol, and John Savage, of Business West, are made CBE.
The chairman of selectors for England's winning Ashes team, David Graveney, said he thought the letter saying he was made an OBE was from the tax man.
Roy Shore is made MBE for services to scouting and Richard Smith has also been appointed MBE.
Mr Smith is chair of the Friends of Arnos Vale.
Dr Beryl Corner, senior fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, is made OBE for services to paediatric medicine.
New MBE honours
- Dennis Ernest Cockbaine, chair of the Bristol and District Retirement Council for services to older people and the community
- Christopher Alban Deverill, trustee of the Fire Service National Benevolent Fund, for services to the Fire and Rescue Service
- Alfred Edward Hill, trustee and director, Freeways Trust for services to disabled people
- Robert Ian Hoddell, JP, for services to the Administration of Justice in Avon and Somerset
- Josephine Mary Packer, senior new client team manager of the Child Support Agency
- Edmund Quaynor for services to the community
- Jean Jillian Smith, project manager of the Nilaari Agency, for services to people who misuse drugs, especially those from Black and Minority Communities
NEW YEAR HONOURS 2006
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