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New Year Honours 2000 Saturday, 30 December, 2000, 00:06 GMT
DBEs to CBEs

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

DBE
Miss Jill Ellison. Nursing director, Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)
Miss Jean Else. Headteacher, Whalley Range High School, Manchester. For services to Education. (Macclesfield, Cheshire)
Miss Sharon Hollows. Headteacher, Calverton Primary School, Newham, London. For services to Education. (Barking, Essex)
Miss Thea King, OBE. Clarinettist. For services to Music. (London, NW6)
Ms Sally Ann Vickers, Powell. Member and Deputy Executive Mayor, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. For services to London and to Local Government. (London)
Mrs Mary Richardson. Lately Principal, Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College, Brent. For services to Education. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)
Miss Janet Olive Trotter, OBE. Director, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education. For services to Higher Education. (Cheltenham, Gloucestershire)

CBE
Miss Jennifer Abramsky. Director, BBC Radio and Music. For services to News and Radio Broadcasting. (London, NW5)
Sidney Edmond Jocelyn Ackland. Actor. For services to Drama. (Clovelly, Devon)
Mahbubuddin Ahmad. Chair, Millat Asian Housing Association. For services to the community in South London. (Mitcham, Surrey)
George Haylock Almond, MBE, DL. County Fire Officer and chief executive, Greater Manchester County Fire Service. For services to the Fire Service. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)
Richard John William Alston. Choreographer and Artistic director, The Place and Richard Alston Dance Company. For services to Dance. (London, WC1H)
Colin Angus Barnes. Non-executive director, British Airways. For services to Aviation. (Tilford, Surrey)
John Beacham. For services to the Chemical Industry. (Runcorn, Cheshire)
Godfrey Gilbert Bevan. Director, Energy Technologies, Department of Trade and Industry. (Cuffley, Hertfordshire)
Professor Kenneth George Binmore. Director, ESRC Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution. For services to Social Science. (Monmouth, Gwent)
Robin Michael Black. Chemist, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Julian Blogh. Chief executive, Ultra Electronics. For services to the Defence and Aerospace Industries. (Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire)
James Everett Brathwaite. Chairman, Business Link Sussex. For services to the Economy in Sussex. (Rustington, West Sussex)
John Stuart Bridgeman, TD, DL. Lately director general of Fair Trading. For services to Consumers. (Banbury, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Elizabeth Jane Brooks. Lately Executive director, Dyslexia Institute. For services to Education. (Staines, Middlesex)
Alan Roy Brown. Director for Scotland, Employment Service, Department for Education and Employment. (Edinburgh)
John Richard Browning. Lately managing director, Bristol Water Holdings plc. For services to the Water Industry. (East Harptree, Bristol)
Ian James Graham-Bryce. Lately Principal and vice Chancellor, University of Dundee. For services to Higher Education and to Research. (Rye, East Sussex)
Professor Grahame Bulfield. Director and chief executive, Roslin Institute. For services to Animal Genetics. (Tranent, East Lothian)
Patrick Moubray Cadell. Keeper of the Records of Scotland, Scottish Executive. (Edinburgh)
Clive Thomas Cain. Quality director, Defence Estates, Ministry of Defence. (Nr Lichfield, Staffordshire)
Mrs Felicity Clarkson. Lately head, Young Offenders Group, Home Office. (Hampton, Middlesex)
Geoffrey Copeman, DL. Vice chairman, Eastern Counties Newspapers Group. For services to the Newspaper Industry. (Weston Longville, Norfolk)
Mrs Patricia Ann Cross. Headteacher, St John's Church of England Primary School, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. For services to Education. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)
Andrew Cubie. For services to Business and the community in Scotland. (Edinburgh)
Geoffrey Court Dart. Chief executive. For services to the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes. (Nr Marlow, Buckinghamshire)John Richard Christopher Davies. Director of Social Services, Somerset County Council. For services to Social Services. (Taunton, Somerset)
Professor Nicholas Edward Day. MRC Research Professor. For services to Statistics and Epidemiology underpinning Cancer Biology. (Ely, Cambridgeshire)
Edward Ralph Dexter. For services to Cricket. (Ascot, Berkshire)
Professor Patrick Joseph Dowling. Vice Chancellor and chief executive, University of Surrey. For services to Business/Academic Links. (Guildford, Surrey)
Martin Dru Drury. For services to Conservation. (London, SW4)
Ms Helen Edwards. Member, New Deal Task Force. For services to Unemployed People and Ex-Offenders. (London, W13)
Jonathan David Edwards, MBE. For services to Athletics. (Newcastle, Tyne and Wear)
Elwyn Owen Morris Eilledge. Chairman, Financial Reporting Advisory Board. For services to Financial Accounting. (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)
Ursula Askham Fanthorpe. Poet. For services to Literature. (Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire)
Ms Amanda Jane Finlay. Director, Public and Private Rights Directorate, Lord Chancellor's Department. (London, SE10)
Professor Michael Richard Daniell Foot, TD. Historian. For services to the Official History of the SOE. (Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire)
Edward Patrick Gallagher. Chief executive, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment. (Cookham, Berkshire)
Ian James Galloway. Chairman, Scotbeef Ltd. For services to the Beef Industry. (Buchlyvie, Stirling and Falkirk)
William Dennis Glass. For Public Service. (Belfast)
Alexander Muncie Gold. Director, Scottish Chambers of Commerce. For services to Industry and Business. (Carluke, Lanarkshire)
Ms Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. Painter. For services to Art. (St Ives, Cornwall)
Professor Andrew Graves. For services to Competitiveness in Industry. (Trowbridge, Wiltshire)
Professor David Lawrence Hamblen. Chairman, Greater Glasgow Health Board and Emeritus Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Glasgow. For services to the NHS. (Bearsden, Glasgow)
Mrs Rosemary Katherine Hamilton. For services to Higher Education. (Belfast)
Mrs Margaret Harrison, OBE. For services to Home-Start and to Support for Families. (Leicester, Leicestershire)
Professor Pauline May Harrison. Research Professor of Biochemistry at Sheffied University. For services to higher education. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
Professor John Lawrence Head. Member, Nuclear Safety Advisory Committee. For services to Nuclear Safety. (Crowborough, East Sussex)
Mrs Jacqueline Henderson. Chief executive, National Council, Training and Enterprise Council. For services to Education and Training. (Ashington, Northumberland)
Miss Bronwyn Hill. Divisional manager, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. (London, SE3)
Miss Judith Eileen Hill. For Public Service. (Holywood, Down)
Ralph Noel Hodge. Chairman, Enron Europe Ltd. For services to the Power Generation and Gas Industries. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)
Michael Jolly. Chairman, Tussauds Group. For services to Tourism. (Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire)
Robert Wynne Jones. Chair, East Midlands Regional Assembly. For services to Local Government in the East Midlands. (Derby, Derbyshire)
William Kenwright. Stage and Film Producer. For services to the Theatre and to Film. (London, W2)
Nicholas Roger Kenyon. Controller, BBC Proms, Live Events and TV Classical Music. For services to Music and Millennium Broadcasting. (London, NW3)
Professor Rudolf Ewald Klein. Emeritus Professor of Social Policy, University of Bath. For services to Health Services Research. (London, NW5)
Richard Kornicki. Head, Performance and Strategic Management Unit, Policing and Crime Reduction Group, Home Office. (London, W5)
Professor Parveen June Kumar. Professor of Clinical Medical Education, consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist, Barts and the London NHS Trust. For services to Medicine. (Epsom, Surrey)
Professor Lance Edward Lanyon. Principal, Royal Veterinary College. For services to Veterinary Education and Science. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)
Richard Neville Lay. Lately chairman, DTZ. For services to the Property Profession. (London, SW3)
Richard Charles Leese. Leader, Manchester City Council. For services to the community and to Local Government. (Manchester, Greater Manchester)
Thomas William Anthony Little. Lately chief executive, Veterinary Laboratories Agency, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. (Woking, Surrey)
Douglas Brian Liversidge. Lately Project director, Regional Innovation Strategy. For services to Industry. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
Professor Ann Lomas Loades. Professor of Divinity, University of Durham. For services to Theology. (Durham City, Durham)
Geoffrey Loades. Chair, Norfolk and Waveney Training and Enterprise Council. For services to Training and Enterprise. (Norwich, Norfolk)
Thomas William Logan. Collector, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (London)
Michael John Lowe, JP, DL. President, Shropshire Chamber of Commerce, Training and Enterprise. For services to Education, Training and Business Support. (Telford, Shropshire)
Colin MacKay. Lately president, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow. For services to Medicine.
John Makinson. Finance director, Pearson Group. For services to Public Sector Productivity. (London, W1X)
Professor David Melville. Chief executive, Further Education Funding Council. For services to Education. (Warwick, Warwickshire)
Adrian Montague. Deputy chairman, Partnerships UK. For services to the Private Finance Initiative. (Nr Hitchin, Hertfordshire)
Richard Louis Ormond. Lately director, National Maritime Museum. For services to Museums. (London, N6)
Ms Anne Elizabeth Owers. Director, Justice. For services to Human Rights. (London, E3)
Mrs Susan Marie Page. Chief executive, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to the NHS. (Darlington, Durham)
Graham Edward Parkinson. For services to the Stipendiary Bench and to the Administration of Justice. (Melchbourne, Bedfordshire)
Mrs Geraldine Peacock. Chair, Association of chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations. For services to the Voluntary Sector. (London, SW2)
Matthew Pinsent, MBE. For services to Rowing. (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)
John Pope. Chief executive, North West London Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Health Care. (London, W5)
Professor Michael Alexander Pringle. Chairman of Council, Royal College of General Practitioners. For services to Medicine. (Newark, Nottinghamshire)
Barry Quirk. Chief executive, London Borough of Lewisham. For services to Local Government. (London, SE3)
Professor David William Rhind. Vice Chancellor, City University. For services to Geographical and Social Sciences. (Wickham, Hampshire)
Professor Michael Adrian Richards. National Cancer director. For services to Cancer and Palliative Medicine. (London, N5)
Miss Joan Rodgers. Singer. For services to Opera. (London, N1)
David John Roe. Lately head, Financial Regulatory Reform Team, HMTreasury. (London, W13)
Mrs Hazel Joy Rollins. Nutrition Nurse Specialist, Luton and Dunstable Hospital, Bedfordshire. For services to Nursing. (Luton, Bedfordshire)
John Francis Rourke. Principal, St. Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, Kensington and Chelsea, London. For services to Education. (Addlestone, Surrey)
John Scampion. Social Fund commissioner for Great Britain and Northern Ireland. For services to the Independent Review Service. (Leamington Spa, Warwickshire)
Julian Robert Seymour. For public services.
Professor Wilson Sibbett. Professor of Physics and director of Research, University of St Andrews. For services to Science. (St Andrews, Fife)
Douglas Sinclair. Chief executive, Fife Council. For services to Local Government. (Stirling and Falkirk)
Christopher Henry Sporborg. For charitable services. (Ware, Hertfordshire)
Miss Jane Vivienne Stokes. Treasury Legal Adviser, Treasury Solicitor's Department. (London, SE22)
David Ivor Macpherson Sutherland. Registrar, General Teaching Council for Scotland. For services to Education. (Peebles, Tweeddale)
Edward Nicholas Tate. Lately chief executive, Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. For services to Education and to Training. (East Molesey, Surrey)
Robert Sydney Tinston. Regional director, NHS Executive, Department of Health. (Tarporley, Cheshire)
Miss Bridget Ellen Towle. Chief Guide and UK and Commonwealth chief commissioner. For services to Guiding. (Loughborough, Leicestershire)
Patricia Ann Troop. Deputy chief Medical Officer, Department of Health. (Ely, Cambridgeshire)
Robin Anthony Vincent. Circuit Administrator, Court Service Agency, Lord Chancellor's Department. (Stockport, Cheshire)
Robert Ward. Senior Civil Servant, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Miss Fay Weldon. Author. For services to Literature. (London, NW3)
Professor Geoffrey Whittington. For services to the Accounting Standards Board. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
Michael James Wilford. Architect. For services to Architecture. (Hartfield, East Sussex)
Miss Susan Margaret Wilson. For services to Economic Development in North East England. (Morpeth, Northumberland)

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