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Friday, 14 June, 2002, 23:15 GMT 00:15 UK
Honours for England: The South
The Queen's birthday honours
Find out more about who from the south was named in the 2002 Birthday Honours.

Two representatives of the international charity Oxfam were among those who picked up honours in the South.

George Wallis, the charity's International director, was honoured with an OBE, and Sue Beuzeval, personal assistant to the charity's director Barabra Stocking, celebrated being handed a MBE.

Mrs Beuzeval, 58, said: "I was surprised and a bit embarrassed when I was told.

"There are lots of people who work their socks off for Oxfam and I was shocked to be singled out."

Mrs Beuzeval has worked for Oxfam for 12 years, helping to organise and co-ordinate the work of the director.

Oxfam employs about 700 people at its headquarters in Oxford and about 3,500 across the world.

Song and dance

Miss Betty Laine founder of the famous performing arts college - Laine Theatre Arts - has been awarded a OBE.

Miss Laine established the college in 1974 in the Surrey country town of Epsom.

From humble beginnings the school now provides dancers, actors and singers for musicals, stage productions and television productions around the world.

Miss Laine said: "I was extremely honoured and excited by the news.

"It is so wonderful to be honoured for something that is so close to my heart and that I have enjoyed so much."

Miss Laine says the college is her life's work and that the award was an acknowledgement of all the hard work that the students and teachers had put in over the last 28 years.

"Everyday has its highlights but there is nothing like an opening night, seeing the fruits of your work on stage," said Miss Laine.

Rough sleepers

Helen Keats said she was "amazed and overwhelmed" by receiving the MBE honour.

Mrs Keats, who is the housing initiatives manager at Portsmouth City Council, was honoured for her continuing work with homeless.

"Everyone in the office is thrilled, it means that they are rewarded as well," she said.

Mrs Keats took part in the government's Rough Sleeper initiative for 18 months - working across the south coast tackling the problem of homelessness.

As part of the national initiative those sleeping rough fell from 1,850 in 1998 to current estimates of 532, according to Mrs Keats.

Ethics and science

The honours list will also recognise a scientist from Sandwich in Kent for her contribution to the pharmaceutical industry.

Dr Gillian Samuels, who receives an OBE, is involved in the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights and the Human Genetics Commission, which works with ethical issues surrounding genetic technologies.

She believes it is not a contradiction to talk about ethics in science.

"I think that there is an excellent marriage between ethics and science.

"We participate in scientific endeavours with the consent and collaboration of the general public and all the stuff we do here in the pharmaceutical industry we do with very high ethical consideration."


Choose your county:










London:

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Peter Thomas Blake, CBE. Artist. For services to Art. (London, W4)
David Calvert-Smith, QC. Director of Public Prosecutions. (London)
Ronald Wayne De Witt. Chief executive, North West London Strategic Health Authority. For services to the NHS. (London, SW5)
Max Macdonald Hastings. Lately Editor, Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph. For services to Journalism. (Hungerford, Berkshire)
Mick Philip Jagger. Singer songwriter. For services to music.
Thomas Fulton Wilson McKillop. Chief executive, AstraZeneca. For services to the Pharmaceutical Industry. (London, SW1W)
Jonathan Wolfe Miller, CBE. Opera director. For services to music and the arts. (London, W4)
Gulam Kaderbhoy Noon, MBE. For services to Industry. (London, SW1)
Trevor Robert Nunn, CBE. Director. For services to the Theatre. (London, W6)
Keith Roderick Whitson. Group chief executive, HSBC Holdings plc. For services to Banking.
(London, SW7)

ORDER OF THE BATH

GCB
Sir (Gerald) Hayden Phillips, KCB. Permanent secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department and Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. (London)

KCB
Robin Urquhart Young. Permanent secretary, Department of Trade and Industry. (London, SW1V)

CB
Ian Brooke. Senior Civil Servant, Ministry of Defence. (London)
David Francis William Pickup. Solicitor, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (London, SE1)

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
Desmond John Bowen. For services to NATO. (London)
Martin Eugene Donnelly. Deputy head, European Secretariat, Cabinet Office. (London)
Richard Timmis Turner, OBE. Group Marketing director, Rolls Royce plc. For services to Trade and Investment. (London, W11)

ORDER OF THE COMPANIONS OF HONOUR

CH
Harold Pinter, CBE. Playwright. For services to Literature. (London, W10)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

GBE
Sir Ronald Flanagan, OBE. Lately chief Constable, Police Service for Northern Ireland. For services to Northern Ireland. (London, SW1H)

DBE
Miss Judith Mayhew. Chairman, Policy and Resources Committee, Corporation of London. For services to the City of London. (London, EC4V)

CBE
Alexander Dalgety Adamson. Divisional manager, Pupil Standards Division, Department for Education and Skills. (London, SW14)
John Ashford. Director, The Place Theatre. For services to Dance. (London, WC1H)
Ms Urmila Banerjee. Member, Cabinet Office Management Board. For services to Modernisation of the Civil Service. (London, SW3)
Jonathan Philip Charkham. For services to Business. (London, SW7)
Robert Dickins. Chairman, Instant Karma Records. For services to the music industry. (London, SW1W)
John Anthony Leonard Faint. International director, Department for International Development.
(London, SW19)
Sebastian Charles Faulks. Writer. For services to Literature. (London, SW10)
Ms Shelia Mary Forbes. For services to Women in the Workforce. (London, W11)
John Richard Forrest. For services to the Radio and Communications Industry. (London, SW10)
Samuel Richard Gallop, OBE. For services to People with Disabilities. (London, SE21)
Miss Zaha Hadid. Architect. For services to Architecture. (London, EC1R)
David Ross Harper. Chief Scientist, Public Health and Clinical Quality Directorate, Department of Health. (London, SE3)
Jonathan David Harris, OBE. Lately president, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. For services to the Surveying Profession. (London, NW3)
Richard Sidney Hickox. Conductor. For services to music. (London, N1)
Professor Arthur Maurice Lucas. Principal, King's College, London. For services to Higher Education. (London, SW1A)
Ms Susan Katriona MacGregor, OBE. For services to Radio Broadcasting. (London, NW1)
Mrs Mavis Maclean. For services to Research in the Justice System. (London, NW3)
Torquil Patrick Alexander Norman. Founder, Norman Trust and Roundhouse. For services to Disadvantaged Young People. (London, NW1)
Tom Phillips. Painter, Writer and Composer. For services to the Arts. (London, SE15)
Clifford James Prior. Chief executive, National Schizophrenia Fellowship. For services to Health Care. (London, N15)
Ms Valerie Shawcross. Lately Leader, London Borough of Croydon. For services to Local Government. (London, SE19)
Ms Sandra Diane Unerman. Director, Planning, Local Government, Housing and Employment Directorate, Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. (London, N12)
Mrs Christine Anne Whatford. Lately chief Education Officer, Hammersmith and Fulham, London.
For services to Education. (London, SE23)

OBE
Professor Josephine Dawn Ades. Professor of Art History and Theory, University of Essex. For services to Art History. (London, N6)
Nicolas John Barker. For services to Charity and Books. (London, W11)
John Emanuel Bodie. For charitable services, especially to Health and Education. (London, W1K)
Ms Dinah Caine. Chief executive, Skillset. For services to the Media Industry. (London, NW5)
Ms Caroline Charles. Designer. For services to the Fashion Industry. (London, SW1)
Maurice Collins. For services to Disabled People. (London, N2)
Ms Ann Darnbrough. Director, National Information Forum. For services to Disabled People.
(London, SE15)
Christopher Dee. Lately Deputy director, Diversity and Equality, Department of Trade and Industry. (London, SE26)
Toby Ewin. Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Stephen Gardiner. Architect. For services to Community Architecture. (London, SW3)
Miss Judith Christine Hanratty. Company secretary, BP. For services to the Oil and Gas Industry. (London, SW3)
Michael Horovitz. Poet. For services to Literature. (London, W11)
James Richard John Partridge. Founder and chief executive, Changing Faces; director, Centre for Appearance and Disfigurement Research, University of the West of England. For services to Disabled People. (London, SW7)
Terence Pepper. Curator of Photographs, National Portrait Gallery. For services to Photography and Art. (London, W9)
Ms Hope Powell. Coach, England Women's Football. For services to Association Football.
(London, SE15)
Andrew James Purkis. Chief executive. For services to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. (London, SW12)
Roger William Sanders. For services to the Small Business Practitioner Panel. (London, SW1P)
Mrs Jagir Kaur Sekhon. For services to the community in Greenwich, London. (London, SE18)
Mrs Mary Agnes Sinfield. Lately Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. (London, SW19)
Mrs Beth Hope Taylor. Manager, Community Services Pharmacy, Southwark Primary Care Trust. For services to the NHS. (London, SE24)
Peter Taylor. Correspondent, BBC. For services to Broadcast Journalism. (London)
The Reverend Canon Paul Thomas. For services to St. Luke's Hospital for the Clergy. (London, W1T)
Ms Parminder Vir. Producer and Diversity Adviser, Carlton Television. For services to Broadcasting and Film. (London, NW10)
Clive Wilcox. For Public Service. (London)
Thomas Jeremy Willoughby. Group Compliance and Risk director, Schroders plc. For services to the PIA and IMRO. (London, N1)

MBE
Ms Naseem Aboobaker. Co-ordinator. For services to Mushkil Aasaan, London. (London, SW17)
David Abrahamson. Lately consultant Psychiatrist. For services to Medicine. (London, NW11)
Michael Charles Adams. Assistant Site Services manager, Newham College, London. For services to Further Education. (London, E6)
Ms Lea Anderson. Choreographer. For services to Dance. (London, SE15)
Mrs Marie Therese Sylvette Appadoo. Administrative Officer, Department of Trade and Industry.
(London, SE1)
Miss Melanie Barber. Deputy Librarian and Archivist. For services to Lambeth Palace Library.
(London, SE23)
Philip Barbour. Honorary Treasurer. For services to Brook Advisory Centres. (London, NW11)
Kenneth Charles Barr. Bookbinder. For services to the Institute of Historical Research, University of London. (London, SE15)
David Bohannan. Senior Executive Officer, Home Office. (London, E15)
Professor Roger Kaines Breakwell. Head, Camberwell College of Arts, London. For services to Art Education. (London, SE5)
Dennis Percy James Bromley. Lately E1, Ministry of Defence. (London, N15)
Mrs Norma Jean Bull. School secretary, Godwin Junior School, Newham, London. For services to Education. (London, E7)
Alan George Calvin. Grade D, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Mrs Rebecca Campbell. Lately Mess Hand, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Ms Anne Chan. For services to Children in London. (London, SE27)
David Alexander Cheyne. Senior Policy Adviser, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (London, SE27)
Eustace James Clarke. For services to the Multi-Cultural Education and Youth Project, Lewisham, London. (London, SE3)
Mrs Jean Cobb. For charitable services. (London, SW8)
Ms Carys Sian Davies. National Project manager, Defibrillators in Public Places Initiative.
For service to Health Care. (London, SW11)
Mrs Wendy Muriel Dibdin. For services to Disabled People in Greenwich, London. (London, SE7)
Ms Jacqueline Downer. For services to People with Learning Disabilities in London. (London, SE17)
Mrs Afusat Adeite Elias. Lately Administrative Officer, Home Office. (London, SW18)
Miss Patricia Forrest. For services to the WRVS in London. (London, SW3)
Mrs Elsie Forsyth. Leader. For services to Campaigners Islington in London. (London, EC1)
Eric Gordon Franklin. City of London Guide. For services to Local History. (London, SE26)
Alexander Francis William Fry. For services to Theatre Roundabout Ltd. (London, NW11)
Professor Michael Gordon Gibbons. Secretary General, Association of Commonwealth Universities. For services to Higher Education. (London, W8)
Paul Lewis John Gray. Usher, Court Service, Lord Chancellor's Department. (London, SW2)
Alan Stanley Griffith. Head, Job Evaluation and Remuneration. For services to the Corporation of London. (London, E6)
Miss Daphne Harris. For services to Dancing and to the community in North London. (London, W1V)
Colin David Hawkins. Administrative Officer, Department for Education and Skills. (London, N17)
George Edward Hewson. Messenger, Amey Business Services. For services to the Defence Industry. (London, SW18)
Mrs Elizabeth Anne Howe. Ward Sister, Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital Trust, London. For services to Health Care. (London, SW7)
Mrs Pamela Marjorie Hudson. Adviser for Activities, Guide Association, in Peckham and Camberwell, London. For services to Young People. (London, SE14)
Miss Barbara Louise Hughes. Lately Councillor, London Borough of Camden. For services to Local Government and to Community Safety. (London, NW1)
Miss Vicky Ireland. Artistic director, Polka Theatre, London. For services to Drama for Children. (London, W4)
William Jacob. Receptionist. For services to the Royal Institute of British Architects.
(London, SE26)
Norman Bernard Joseph (Norman Jay). Disc Jockey. For services to music. (London, W3)
Miss Mary Kennedy. Grade E2, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Mrs Bertha Klug. For services to the Wessex Health Living Foundation and the Anne Frank Educational Trust UK. (London, NW3)
Carl Frank Lomas. Managing director, Camelot Training Ltd. For services to Training in the Courier Industry. (London, EC1V)
Mrs Marie Martin. For services to Education. (London)
Nicholas Richard Matthews. Grade B2, Prime Minister's Office. (London, E3)
Miss Margaret Elizabeth McCully. Personal assistant to the Principal, Central School of Speech and Drama, London. For services to Higher Education. (London, NW3)
Mrs Theresa Kathleen Moore. For services to the Disability Times Trust. (London, SW1V)
Mrs Mary Mostyn. For services to Ickburgh Special School, Hackney, London. (London, E5)
Mrs Elsie Naisbett. Tenants' Leader, Studley Estate, Stockwell, London. For services to Housing. (London, SW4)
Trevor Ricardo Nelson. Millennium Volunteers Ambassador. For services to Young People.
(London, N10)
Stephen William Parr. Chief executive, Sabre Employment Ltd. For services to Disabled People.
(London, SE12)
Dindial Persaud. Supervising Gallery Guard, Victoria and Albert Museum. For services to Museums. (London, W4)
Leslie Victor Albert Piercy. For services to the Sea Cadet Corps in London. (London, N1)
Miss Sylvia Joan Read (Mrs Fry). For services to Theatre Roundabout Ltd. (London, NW11)
Peter Albert Russell. For services to the Jewish community in London. (London, NW4)
Mrs Daisey Eileen Salmon. Pastoral Auxiliary, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to the Police. (London, SE3)
Mrs Lynne Sheasgreen. Assistant private secretary (diary) to the secretary of the Cabinet, Cabinet Office. (London, N16)
Kutubuddin Ahmed Shikder. For services to the Muslim communities in East London. (London, E1)
Miss Posy Simmonds. Illustrator and Cartoonist. For services to the Newspaper Industry.
(London, WC1X)
Mrs Patricia Margaret Spragg. Senior Personal secretary, HM Treasury. (London, E17)
Miss Sara Jean Scott Thomson. Clerk in Charge, Serjeant at Arms Department, House of Commons.
(London, SW3)
Mrs Maureen Tucker. For services to the community in Waltham Forest, London. (London, E11)
Mrs Myrna Nita Whiteson. For services to the Teenage Cancer Trust. (London, N20)
Annette Worsley-Taylor. For services to London Fashion Week. (London, SW10)


Hampshire and Isle of Wight:

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Keith Malcolm Baughan. Vice president, Research, Nokia. For services to Research into Mobile Communications. (Alton, Hampshire)
Nigel Bryson. Director, Health and Environment, GMB Union. For services to Occupational Health and Safety. (Basingstoke, Hampshire)
Mrs Fiona Clarke. Joint Co-ordinator, Kids VIP. For services to Prisoners' Children.
(Winchester, Hampshire)
Professor David Noel Murray Coggon. For services to the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council.
(Awbridge, Hampshire)
Miss Rosemary Carole Dunhill. Lately County Archivist, Hampshire Record Office. For services to Archives. (Winchester, Hampshire)
Leslie John Rackham. Lately Mastermap manager, Orance Survey, Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. (Romsey, Hampshire)
Brig Any Cleland Welch. Head, Field Office Kosovo, Department for International Development. (Havant, Hampshire)

MBE
Mrs Kathleen Spence Clay. Grade E1, Ministry of Defence. (Farnborough, Hampshire)
Lt Col Alfred Alexander Forbes. For services to the Army Physical Training Corps Museum.
(Farnborough, Hampshire)
Mrs Rita Naomi Harman. Director, Samaritans, Isle of Wight. For services to Prisoner Welfare.
(Newport, Isle of Wight)
Mrs Joan May Jefferis. Governor, Mason Moor Primary School, Southampton. For services to Education. (Southampton, Hampshire)
Mrs Helen Keats. Housing Initiatives manager, Portsmouth City Council. For services to Homeless People. (Shorwell, Isle of Wight)
Harry James Kelly. Site Operations manager, AMS. For services to the Environment.
(Titchfieldstration Officer, HM Land Registry, Lord Chancellor's Department.
(Southsea, Hampshire)
Mrs Joan Maunder. For services to the Fareham Victim Support Scheme, Hampshire. (Fareham, Hampshire)
Colin Olden. Member, HM Coastguard Auxiliary Service in Hampshire. For services to Marine Safety. (Southampton, Hampshire)
Peter Holtom Roberts. For services to Compassion in World Farming. (Liss, Hampshire)
Mrs Susan Savage. Council Tax Caseworker, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Gosport, Hampshire)
Miss Kathleen Elizabeth Smith, JP. Honorary secretary, Workers' Educational Association. For services to Adult Education in SoHampshire and Southern District. (Southampton, Hampshire)
Mrs Mary Stubbington. Lately Grade E1, School of Employment Training, Ministry of Defence.
(Eastleigh, Hampshire)
Mrs Eileen Veronica Taylor. For services to the community in Fleet, Hampshire. (Fleet, Hampshire)
Miss Dorothy Mary Patricia White. For charitable services to the community in Liss, Hampshire. (Liss, Hampshire)


Middlesex:

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Anthony Ian Young. Lately Senior Deputy General secretary, Communication Workers' Union; president, TUC; Governor, BBC. For services to Employment Relations. (Middlesex)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Brian James Turner. Chef and Restaurateur. For services to Tourism and to Training in the Catering Industry. (Stanmore, Middlesex)

OBE
Simon James Butler. Tactical Systems manager, BAE SYSTEMS. For services to the Defence Industry. (North Harrow, Middlesex)
Nicholas Frank John Gibbons, MBE. Crisis Management Team Leader, Cabinet Office.
(Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex)
David Suchet. Actor. For services to Drama. (Pinner, Middlesex)

MBE
Stuart Anderson. Officer in Charge, Employment Service, Department for Work and Pensions.
(Staines, Middlesex)
Mrs Brenda Badcock. For services to Childminding in Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey. (Hampton, Middlesex)
Karamjit Singh Bolina. Senior Customs Officer, Cargo Anti-Smuggling, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (Houslow, Middlesex)
Peter John Coulson. Member, IS Helpdesk. For services to the Financial Services Authority.
(Northwood, Middlesex)
Mrs Niranjana Desai. For services to Education and to the Asian community in Harrow, London.
(West Harrow, Middlesex)
Mrs Audrey May Duck. For services to the community, especially the Good Bears of the World, in Richmond, Surrey. (Twickenham, Middlesex)
Ernest Frederick Dunckley, DL. For services to the community in Ealing, London. (Northolt, Middlesex)
Venichand Ranmal Harania. Managing director, Nucare plc. For services to Pharmacy. (Pinner, Middlesex)
Dennis Brynley Howells. Signals and Telecommunications Engineer, Railtrack. For services to the Railway Industry. (South Harrow, Middlesex)
Winston Ince. Train and Instructor Operator. For services to London Underground. (Perivale, Middlesex)
Jason Leonard. For services to Rugby Union Football. (Twickenham, Middlesex)
Christopher Charles Stamp. Special Constable, Metropolitan Police Special Constabulary. For services to the Police. (South Harrow, Middlesex)
Mrs Evelyn Anne Elizabeth Stevens. Senior Librarian, HM Treasury Solicitor's Department.
(Ruislip, Middlesex)
Mrs Debra Veal. For services to Trans-Atlantic Rowing. (Teddington, Middlesex)
James Henry John Williams. For services to the Brass Band Movement and to the Salvation Army. (Enfield, Middlesex)



Surrey:


KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Anthony John Patrick Vineall. Lately chairman, School Teachers' Review Body. For services to Education. (Guildford, Surrey)

ORDER OF THE BATH

CB
Mrs Hilary Kay Douglas. Managing director, Corporate Services and Development, HM Treasury.
(Walton on Thames, Surrey)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Thomas Edward Dacombe Eddy. Grade 5, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
(Esher, Surrey)
Mrs Elizabeth Jon Grimsey, LVO. Director, Judicial Group, Lord Chancellor's Department.
(Walton on Thames, Surrey)
Gordon Charles Keymer. Leader, Tandridge District Council. For services to Local Government.
(Oxted, Surrey)
William Arthur McKee, JP. Lately director general, British Property Federation. For services to the Property Industry. (Tadworth, Surrey)
Anthony Charles Sleeman. Director, Southern England, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Woking, Surrey)
Sushil Baldev Wadhwani. For services to the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England.
(Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey)
Mrs Catherine Fiona Woolf. Senior Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna. For services to the UK Knowledge Economy and Invisible Earnings. (Esher, Surrey)

OBE
Ms Christina Conroy. Principal, Richmond Adult and Community College, Surrey. For services to Further Education. (East Molesey, Surrey)
Miss Betty Laine. Founder, Laine Theatre Arts, Surrey. For services to the Performing Arts.
(Epsom, Surrey)
Andrew Valentine Morris. Chief executive, Frimley Park Hospital NHS Trust. For services to the NHS. (Camberley, Surrey)
Mrs Elizabeth Janet Morrison. Lead Cancer Support Nurse, Kingston NHS Trust. For services to Cancer Patients. (Surbiton, Surrey)
Ms Jacqueline Wilson. For services to Literacy in Schools. (Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey)

MBE
Thomas David Ayres. For services to the community in Farnham, Surrey. (Farnham, Surrey)
Mrs Eileen Maud Coughlin. For charitable services to the Cancer Research Campaign in Croydon, Surrey. (Sanderstead, Surrey)
Charles Edward Crouch. Clerk, Effingham Parish Council, Surrey. For services to the community. (Great Bookham, Surrey)
Nigel Patrick Ferris. Head, Diagnostic Section, World Reference Laboratory. For services to Animal Health. (Pirbright, Surrey)
Mrs Hazel Gertrude Greene. Support Grade Band 1, Home Office. (Croydon, Surrey)
Mrs Lyn Desiree Moore. For services to the community in Bewdley, Worcestershire and Haslemere, Surrey. (Haslemere, Surrey)
Mrs Lesley Myles, JP, DL. For services to the community in Surrey. (Guildford, Surrey)
Edmund John Newton. Sound System manager, Palace of Westminster. For services to Parliament.
(Croydon, Surrey)
John Graham Maxwell Peddie. For services to the Pitstop Drop In Centre in Leatherhead, Surrey. (Leatherhead, Surrey)
Michael Arthur Peters. For services to the community in Horley, Surrey. (Horley, Surrey)
Mrs Marguerite Rollason. For services to the Molesey and Ditton Housework Scheme, Surrey.
(Thames Ditton, Surrey)
Miss Esther Sandra Rorrison. Higher Executive Officer, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (Kingston, Surrey)
Mrs Ruth Walmsley. For services to the community in Surbiton, Surrey. (Surbiton, Surrey)
QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL

QPM
John Vine. Chief Constable, Tayside Police. (Guildford, Surrey)


Sussex:

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Ian David Church. Editor, Official Report, House of Commons. (East Grinstead, West Sussex)
Mrs Jean Elizabeth Ensing. Lately president, British Association of Early Childhood Education. For services to Early Years Education. (Bognor Regis, West Sussex)
Graham John Hooker. Head of Detection, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex)
Ian Plenderleith. Lately Executive director. For services to the Bank of England. (Petworth, West Sussex)

OBE
Michael Vincent Garnett. Area director, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Eastbourne, East Sussex)
Timothy Chadwick Morris. Senior manager, Lifer Unit, HM Prison Service, Home Office.
(Haywards Heath, West Sussex)
Michael Alfred Healey Webb. For services to St. John Ambulance. (Worthing, West Sussex)

MBE
Mrs Janice Baker. Executive Officer, Child Support Agency, Department for Work and Pensions.
(Pett, East Sussex)
Hubert Robert Harry Gregg. Presenter, BBC. For services to Radio Broadcasting and to Songwriting. (Eastbourne, East Sussex)
David John Chalmers Huxtable. For services to Victim Support. (Chichester, West Sussex)
Gurdev Singh Kalsi, JP. For services to the Sikh community in Crawley, West Sussex. (Crawley, West Sussex)
David Thomas Marchant. Manager, Machinery and Turf Maintenance, Wakehurst Place. For services to Horticulture. (Ardingly, West Sussex)
Mrs Lorna Faith Matyszak. For services to the community in Brighton, East Sussex. (Brighton, East Sussex)
Leonard John Norman. Investigation Officer, Department of Trade and Industry. (St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex)
John Anthony O'Connor. For services to the Lewes Priory Cricket Club, Sussex. (Nr Lewes, East Sussex)
Mrs Barbara Ann Summerfield, JP. For services to the community, especially Young People, in East Sussex. (Brighton, East Sussex)
Edward Alexander Weir. Senior Environmental Test Engineer, Computer Devices Co. For services to the Defence Industry. (Hastings, East Sussex)


Berkshire:

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Max Macdonald Hastings. Lately Editor, Evening Standard and The Daily Telegraph. For services to Journalism. (Hungerford, Berkshire)

ORDER OF THE COMPANIONS OF HONOUR

CH
Sir Michael Eliot Howard, CBE, MC. Emeritus Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford. For services to Military Studies. (Hungerford, Berkshire)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Keith John Faulkner. Managing director, Working Links. For services to Industry and to Unemployed People. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)
Professor Michael Patrick Hassell, FRS. Principal, Faculty of Life Sciences, Imperial College London. For services to Population Ecology. (Ascot, Berkshire)

OBE
Ivan Gordon Tucker. Principal, Mary Hare Grammar School. For services to the Education of Deaf People. (Newbury, Berkshire)
Clive Ronald Woodward. Head Coach, England Rugby Union Team. For services to Rugby Union Football. (Cookham, Berkshire)

MBE
Ian Michael Adams. Regional Water Quality manager, Environment Agency. For services to Water Quality. (Reading, Berkshire)
Mrs Rita Mary Gulliver. For services to Woodley Woolies, Berkshire. (Reading, Berkshire)
Amrat Parmar. Director, Advanced Technologies, John Crane, Smiths Group plc. For services to the Defence Industry. (Bracknell, Berkshire)
Richard Basil Poad. For services to the Heritage of Maidenhead, Berkshire. (Cookham Dean, Berkshire)
The Reverend David Potter. For services to People with Learning Disabilities in the United Kingdom. (Reading, Berkshire)
Peter David Royle. General manager, Enham Industries. For services to Disabled People.
(Hungerford, Berkshire)


Kent:

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Peter Thomas Blake, CBE. Artist. For services to Art. (London, W4, born Dartford)
Brian Anthony Briscoe. Chief executive, Local Government Association. For services to Local Government. (Maidstone, Kent)
Mick Philip Jagger. Singer songwriter. For services to music.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
William Llewelyn Stow. Deputy permanent Representative to the EU, Department of Trade and Industry. (Kent)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Robert William Kenneth Crawford. Director-General, Imperial War Museum. For services to Museums. (Sevenoaks, Kent)
Paul Maximilian Rayner. Lately Principal Establishment and Finance Officer, Serious Fraud Office. (Tonbridge, Kent)

OBE
Edwin Roy Pratt Boorman, DL. For services to the Royal British Legion in Kent. (Wateringbury, Kent)
Barry Griffiths. Violinist. For services to Music. (Sevenoaks, Kent)
Andrew Charles Keenan. Solicitor. For services to the Legal Aid Board in London. (Bromley, Kent)
Maurice Marshall. Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. (Tonbridge, Kent)
David Stanley Martin. Parliamentary Clerk, HM Treasury. (Walderslade, Kent)
Miss Diane Hope Montague. For services to Agricultural Journalism. (Bromley, Kent)
Mrs Patricia Mary Vaz. Director of Customer Services, BT. For services to Telecommunications.
(Chestfield, Kent)

MBE
Mrs Janet Barber. Lately head of Maritime Resources, National Maritime Museum. For services to Museums. (Bromley, Kent)
Mrs Rosemarie May Batt. Sponsor. For services to ActionAid. (Ramsgate, Kent)
Miss Barbara Olive Butcher. Journalist, Kentish Express. For services to the community.
(Ashford, Kent)
Kenneth John Castle. Welfare Funds manager, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to the Police. (Tonbridge, Kent)
Kenneth Norman Chapman. Dairyman. For services to the community in Woodchurch, Kent.
(Ashford, Kent)
James Grenville Ellard. For services to the Royal Marines Association. (Orpington, Kent)
Ian Hammerton. For services to the Woodland Trust in Kent. (Dartford, Kent)
Michael Conway Llewllyn. Curator, Battle of Britain Museum, Kent. For services to Heritage.
(Nr Folkestone, Kent)
Andrious Mama. For services to the Assyrian community and to Race Relations. (Erith, Kent)
David Martin. Architect. For services to Conservation of the Built Environment. (Walderslade, Kent)
Jack Pavey. Head, International Relations Branch, Lord Chancellor's Department. (Marden, Kent)
William Denby Peppiatt. For services to the community, especially Health Care, in Broadstairs and East Kent. (Broadstairs, Kent)
Manpreet Singh Pujara. General Medical Practitioner. For services to Medicine. (Maidstone, Kent)
Antony Russell. Senior Navigator. For services to the Port Health Authority, Corporation of London. (Bexleyheath, Kent)
Miss Beryl Noreen Stonestreet. For services to the community, especially the Children's Society, in Kent. (Tunbridge Wells, Kent)
Michael Tamsett. For services to the community in Detling, Kent. (Sittingbourne, Kent)
Mrs Heather Trelfer. Lately Acting Executive Officer, Home Office. (Dover, Kent)
Stuart Frank Tully. Lately Coroner's Officer, Kent County Constabulary. For services to the Coroner's Office. (Maidstone, Kent)
Miss Brenda Kathleen Tumber. Pre-School Adviser, Kent Local Education Authority. For services to Early Years and Special Needs Education. (Whitstable, Kent)
Ms Joanna Wade. Solicitor. For services to the Maternity Alliance. (Westerham, Kent)
Mrs Juliet Wright. For services to the community in Stoke, Kent. (Nr Rochester, Kent)


Oxfordshire:

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Professor Colin Renshaw Lucas. Vice-Chancellor, University of Oxford. For services to Higher Education. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

DBE
Mrs Ruth Lynn Deech. Lately chairman. For services to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)

CBE
Mrs Joanna Katharine Foster. For services to the World of Work and to Equal Opportunities.
(Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Richard Auld Macdonald. Director general, National Farmers' Union. For services to Agriculture. (South Morton, Oxfordshire)
Ms Susan Katriona MacGregor, OBE. For services to Radio Broadcasting. (London, NW1, born Oxford)
Professor Peter John Schuddeboom. For services to Enterprise, Trade and Investment. (Harwell, Oxfordshire)

OBE
Professor Dudley Trevor Goodhead. Director, Radiation and Genome Stability Unit, Medical Research Council. For services to Medical Research. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Ms Kato Havas. Violin and Viola Teacher. For services to Music. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Elizabeth Mills. Third Age Adviser, Science Museum. For services to Ageing Research.
(Oxford, Oxfordshire)
George James Stewart Wallis. International director. For services to OXFAM. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)

MBE
William John Alden. For services to Vocational Education and Training. (Bicester, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Susan Mary Beuzeval. Personal assistant. For services to OXFAM. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Miss Barbara Chadwick. For services to the Disabled Drivers' Association for Oxford. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Maj Leslie John Fagg. Retired Officer 2, Ministry of Defence. (Fringford, Oxfordshire)
Nicholas John Hance. Public Relations manager, UKAEA, Harwell. For services to Training in the Nuclear Industry. (Wantage, Oxfordshire)
John Patrick Kempson. Leader. For services to the Wolvercote Young People's Club in Oxford.
(Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Brian William Martin. Senior Master, Magdalen College School, Oxford. For services to English Language and Literature. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Annette Mountford. For services to Family Links. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Mavis Anne Pottinger. Health Care assistant. For services to Patient Care in Oxfordshire.
(Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Julia Mary Twynam. For services to the Board of Visitors, HM Prison Bullingdon.
(Faringdon, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Polly Vacher. For services to the Royal International Air Tattoo Flying Scholarships for the Disabled. (Abingdon, Oxfordshire)


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