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Welsh birthday honours list
These are the people from Wales who are in the Queen's Birthday Honours.



John Garrett Speirs, CBE. Formerly chairman, UK Faculty, The Prince of Wales' business and the environment programme.


Nigel Marcus Baker. Formerly assistant private secretary to the Prince of Wales.


Colin Ray Jackson, OBE. Athlete. For services to sport. (South Glamorgan); Elwyn Rhys Moseley. Commissioner, Commission for Local Administration in Wales. For services to local government. (Cardiff).


Gordon Bellard. For services to the promotion of nuclear safety in the UK. (Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd); Mohamed Hanif Bhamjee. Founder, Wales Anti-Apartheid Movement. For services to race relations, the Wales Anti-Apartheid Movement and the charity and voluntary sector. (Cardiff); Stephen Gallagher Britton. Managing director, Euro/DPC, Llanberis, North Wales. For services to the diagnostics industry. (Chester, Cheshire); Dr The Rev Noel Anthony Davies. For services to ecumenism in Wales. (Uplands, Swansea); Mrs Susan Kathleen Elworthy. director of nursing, North Glamorgan NHS Trust. For services to nursing in Wales. (Bridgend); John William Hughes. Chairman, Welsh Regional Flood Defence Committee. For services to flood defence in Wales. (Corwen, Denbighshire); Gareth Jones. Director, agricultural and rural affairs, National Assembly for Wales. (Cardiff); Thomas Jones, MBE. industrial relations organiser, Transport and General Workers Union. For services to the disadvantaged in Wales. (Deiniolen, Gwynedd); Michael Raymond Lord. Executive director, Sunjuice Ltd. For services to industry in South Wales. (Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan); Lt Col Colin Rees Mason, TD. The Royal Regiment of Wales, Territorial Army; Professor Thomas Richard Miles. For services to people with dyslexia. (Anglesey); Simon Morris. Principal private secretary to the secretary of State for Wales. (Cardiff); David Ronald Swallow. Headteacher, Barry Comprehensive School, Vale of Glamorgan. For services to education. (Bridgend); Edward John Thomas. Lately acting chief executive, Bro Taf Health Authority. For services to the NHS. (Llantrisant, Rhondda Cynon Taff); Dr Gladys Mary Tinker. Lately consultant, care of the elderly, Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust. For services to the NHS. (Bridgend); Elwyn Tudno Jones. For services to the community in Wales. (Pendoylan, Vale of Glamorgan).


Harry Ashley Andrews, JP. Councillor, Caerphilly County Borough Council. For services to the community in Bargoed, South Wales. (Caerphilly); Mrs Jacqueline Dorothy Austin. clinical nurse specialist, Nevill Hall Hospital, Abergavenny. For services to cardiac rehabilitation. (Govilon, Monmouthshire); Mrs Elizabeth Margaret Bishop. For services to the community in Tonyrefail, South Wales. (Tonyrefail, Rhondda Cynon Taff); Thomas Edward Bourne. Environment director, Welsh Development Agency. For services to sustainable development in South Wales. (Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan); Mervyn Burtch. President, KidsOp. For services to music and education in Wales. (Caerphilly); Joseph Calzaghe. For services to boxing. (Cwmbran); Miss Margaret Rose Cresci. Head, mental health nursing, Pontypridd and Rhondda NHS Trust. For services to mental health nursing. (Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff);Kenneth Charles Fenton. Chairman, Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway. For services to tourism and to the community in mid Wales. (Stourbridge, West Midlands); Mrs Sheila Anne Giles. Caseworker, Inland Revenue. (Pontyclun, Rhondda Cynon Taff); Ian Arthur Gunning. Constable, North Wales Police. For services to the police. (Rhyl, Denbighshire); Mrs Rosemary Rebecca Hayes, JP. Councillor, Pembrokeshire County Council. For services to the community in Pembrokeshire. (Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire); Miss Patricia Ann Hughes. For services to people with disabilities in north Wales. (Anglesey) Miss Glenys Hopwood Hughes. For services to the British Red Cross Society in Flintshire. (Buckley, Flintshire); Shelim Hussain. Chairman and managing director, Eurofoods Ltd. For services to business in Wales. (Newport); Gwynedd Talfryn James. For services to agriculture and to the environment in south-west Wales. (Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire); Miss Denise Ann John. Administrative officer, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. (Swansea); George Herbert William Johnson. For services to the community of Colwyn Bay and Conwy. (Colwyn Bay, Conwy); Jeffrey Jones. For services to the community in Bridgend, South Wales. (Bridgend); David Jones. For services to local government and to the community in Denbigh, North Wales. (Denbigh, Denbighshire); Karel Lek. For charitable services to the NHS in North Wales. (Anglesey); John Richard Lewis. Chair of governors, Lamphey Primary School, Pembrokeshire. For services to education. (Pembroke, Pembrokeshire); Mrs Margaret Lewis. Lately support services manager, South Pembrokeshire Hospital. For services to the NHS. (Pembroke, Pembrokeshire); Mrs Gwynedd Lingard. For services to gymnastics especially for children with special needs. (Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan); Jeffrey Maddock. Managing director, Simbec Research Ltd., Merthyr Tydfil. For services to clinical research in South Wales. (Abergavenny, Monmouthshire); Peter McMurray-Cole. Chairman, Gainsborough Decorations Ltd. For services to charity, especially health in Wales. (Brecon, Powys); Mrs Catherine Denise Morgan. Headteacher, Goetre Infants School, Merthyr Tydfil. For services to education. (Merthyr Tydfil); Capt David Henry Neal. The Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment; Lawrence Michael Nippers. For services to local government in Wales. (Newport); Lawrence Erling Petterson. For services to charity especially health in South Wales. (Cardiff); Edward George William Powell. Station honorary secretary. For services to the RNLI, Barry. (Barry); Raymond Paul Quant. For services to the community in Borth, Ceredigion. (Ceredigion); Mrs Joan Reynolds. For services to the community in south-east Wales; (Newport); Mrs Marian Roberts. Councillor. For services to the community in Blaenau Gwent. (Blaenau Gwent); Mrs Elvina Sheila Russell. Chairman, Pembrokeshire Community Health Council. For services to health. (Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire); Miss Dora Mary Sales. For services to the community in Usk, Monmouthshire. (Usk, Monmouthshire); Alan Samuel Schwartz. Member, Welsh Interfaith Council and Board of Deputies of British Jews. For services to interfaith Relations and to the Jewish community in Wales. (Cardiff); Mrs Kathryn Severn. For services to the community in Llanfairpwll, Anglesey. (Anglesey); Lt Col James Walter Charles Shadbolt, TD. Royal Regiment of Wales, Territorial Army; Mrs Imelda Shelley. Research information officer, Wales Tourist Board. For services to Tourism. (Cardiff); Mrs Carole Hester Sturgess. For services to mental health care in Swansea. (Newton, Swansea); Charles Edward Taylor. Town councillor, Presteigne and Norton Town Council. For services to the community in Presteigne, Powys. (Presteigne, Powys); Mrs Mary Ruth Tucker. Adult education tutor, Neath. For services to lifelong learning. (Neath, Neath Port Talbot); Ron West. Technical manager, Environment Agency. For services to the environment. (Swansea); Thomas John Whyatt. Managing director, Continental Teves UK Ltd, Ebbw Vale. For services to industry in Wales. (Gilwern, Monmouthshire); Mrs Mary Yvonne Williams. Grade D, Ministry of Defence. (Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan).


Ian Brian Johnston. Chief Superintendent, Gwent Police. Colin Jones. Lately Superintendent, South Wales Police.


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