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Knights Bachelor - full list

Richard Armstrong, CBE. Music director, Scottish Opera. For services to Music. (London, W14)
Gavyn Farr Arthur. Lately Lord Mayor of London. For services to the City of London. (London)
Stuart Bell, MP for Middlesbrough. For services to Parliament. (Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire)
Professor Robert David Hugh Boyd. Lately Pro-vice Chancellor, University of London and former Principal, St. George's Hospital Medical School. For services to Medicine. (Macclesfield, Cheshire)
Professor John Michael Brady, FRS. BP Professor of Information Engineering, University of Oxford. For services to Engineering. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Professor Alasdair Muir Breckenridge, CBE. Chairman, Committee on Safety of Medicines. For services to Medicine. (Wirral, Merseyside)
John Valentine Butterfill, MP. Member of Parliament for Bournemouth West. For services to Parliament. (Woking, Surrey)
The Rt Hon Walter Menzies Campbell, CBE, QC, MP. MP for North East Fife. For services to Parliament. (Edinburgh)
John Arnold Clark. Chairman and chief executive, The Arnold Clark Organisation. For services to the Automotive Industry and to the community in Scotland. (Killearn, Stirling and Falkirk)
David Cecil Clementi. For services to the Finance Industry. (London, SW19)
Michael John Darrington. Group managing director, Greggs plc. For services to Business and to the community in the North-East. (Slaley, Northumberland)
Professor John Edwin Enderby, CBE, FRS. Senior Research Fellow and Emeritus Professor, University of Bristol. For services to Science and Technology. (Cotham, Bristol)
Professor Martin John Evans, FRS. Professor of Mammalian Genetics and director, Cardiff School of Biosciences, University of Cardiff. For services to Medical Science. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)
Peter Oliver Gershon, CBE. Chief executive, Office of Government Commerce. (Coleshill, Buckinghamshire)
David Edwin Hatch, CBE, JP. Chairman, Parole Board for England and Wales. For services to the Criminal Justice System. (Buckinghamshire)
Professor Bob Alexander Hepple, QC. Lately Master, Clare College, University of Cambridge. For services to Legal Studies. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
Derek Alan Higgs. For services to Corporate Governance and Finance. (London, W14)
Dexter Walter Hutt. Head, Ninestiles Secondary School, Birmingham. For services to Education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Simon Jenkins. Journalist. For services to Journalism. (London, NW1)
Bernard O'Connell. Principal and chief executive, Runshaw College, South Ribble, Lancashire. For services to Further Education. (Wallasey, Merseyside)
Gerrard Jude Robinson. Chairman, Arts Council England. For services to the Arts. (London, W1S)
Dr John Michael Taylor, OBE, FRS. Director general of Research Councils. For services to Scientific Research. (Stoke Bishop, Bristol)
Clive Ronald Woodward, OBE. For services to Rugby Union. (Cookham, Berkshire)


Mrs Mavis McDonald, CB. Permanent secretary, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. (Surrey)
Ms Juliet Louise Wheldon, CB, QC. HM Procurator General, Treasury Solicitor and head of Government Legal Service. (London)

Harold Vivian Bigley Brown. Chief executive, Export Credits Guarantee Department. (Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey)
Dr Adrian Foss Ellis. Director of Field Operations, Health and Safety Executive. (Southport, Merseyside)
Jane Elisabeth Henderson. Regional director, Government Office for the South West. (Bath, Somerset)
Stephen Russell Hill, OBE. Lately chief executive, Defence Aviation Repair Agency. (Preston, Lancashire)
John Garvin Hunter. For public service. (Belfast)
Graham Harold Ben Jordan. Science and Technology director, Ministry of Defence. (Woking, Surrey)
Miss Sophia Jane Lambert. Lately director, Wildlife, Countryside and Flood Management, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (London, W11)
Peter Rene Lauener. Director, Learning Delivery and Standards Group, Department for Education and Skills. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
Robin Rupert Martin. Director, Tax Law Re-Write Project, Inland Revenue.
(London, SW13)
Colin John Mowl. Director, Macroeconomics and Labour Market, Office for National Statistics. (Purley, Surrey)
George Winston Roddick, QC. Lately Counsel General, National Assembly for Wales. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)
James Marfell Scudamore. Chief Veterinary Officer and director general for Animal Health and Welfare, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
(Guildford, Surrey)
Edward John Weeple. Lately head, Lifelong Learning Group, Scottish Executive.


Julian Filochowski, OBE. Lately director, Catholic Agency for Overseas Development. (London, E9)


Sir Frederick Donald Gosling. For services to The Duke of Edinburgh's Award and the Outward Bound Trust (UK).

David Hubert Boothby Chesshyre, LVO. Formerly secretary of the Order of the Garter.
Mrs Rowena Feilden. L.V.O, Lady in Waiting to The Princess Royal.
Michael James Kingshott. Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (UK).
Lady The Hon Priscilla Jane Stephanie Roberts, LVO. Librarian and Curator of the Print Room, Royal Collection, Windsor Castle.
Lady Caroline Mary Ryder, MBE. Formerly Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (UK).

Sir William Martin Castell. Formerly chairman, The Prince's Trust.
Euan Werran McDonald Curnow. Veterinary Surgeon to the Royal Studs.
Dr Thomas Robert Evans. Honorary Physician (Civilian) to The Queen.
Robert David Kime. For Interior design services to The Prince of Wales.
Miss Hilary Jane (Mrs Lumley) Neale. Information Officer, Government News Network (London).
John Scott. Organist and director of Music, St. Paul's Cathedral.

Robert Andrew Ball. Clockmaker, Royal Collection.
Keith Roy Banham. Farm manager, Sandringham Estate.
Miss Julia Ann Crowhurst. Secretary to the Superintendent, Windsor Castle.
Mrs Sarah Louise Darling. Rural Campaign manager, Business in the Community.
George William Arthur Freston. Secretary, Council of Photographic News Agencies.
Andrew Hamilton. Consultant to the Duchy of Cornwall.
Mrs Colleen Lorraine Harris. Formerly Press secretary to The Prince of Wales.
Mrs Pamela Ann Hopes. Secretary to the Dean of Windsor.
Tom George Stewart McCaw. Land Steward, Eastern District, Duchy of Cornwall.
Andrew Davison Moir, OBE. Visitor manager, Windsor Castle.
Mrs Lori Anne Morris. Senior Aide, Office of the Governor-General, Government House, Canberra.
Cecil John Nelson, RVM. Senior Coachman, Royal Mews.
Sgt Colin Trevor Vaughan Paine. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
Sgt Peter Wadman. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
Erik George West. Heraldic Artist to the Royal Mews.
John Graham Woodrow. Finance director, Ascot Authority.

Honorary Commander: Michael Glover. Formerly Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Association.
Honorary Lieutenant: Jetmund Engeset. Formerly Surgeon to the Royal Household in Scotland.

RVM (Bar)
Mrs Nancy Fenwick, RVM. For services to The Queen.
Michael Norris, RVM. Groom, Polhampton Stud.

David John Peter Baldwin. Serjeant of the Vestry, Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace.
Andrew Chambers. Head Warden, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Gary James Coutts. Stalker, Balmoral Estate.
Messenger Sgt Maj William Anthony Davis, MBE. The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
Charles Christopher Harding. Woodman, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Andrew Hawkes. First Chauffeur, Royal Mews.
Andrew Joseph Hitchman. Valet to The Duke of York.
Frank Ronald Jones. Fire Surveillance Officer, Windsor Castle.
Robert Jones. Gardener, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Constable Norman Angus Gow Maclean. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
John Mould. Gardener, Hampton Court Palace.
David Richard Palfrey. Kitchen Porter, Royal Household.
John Alexander Perkins. Supervisor, Jewel House, HM Tower of London.
Mrs Myrtle Mae Simpson. Upholsteress, Royal Household.
Cecil Raymond Smith. Country Park Worker, Sandringham Estate.
Miss Elizabeth Maud Wilkinson. Groom, Royal Studs, Hampton Court.



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