Dr Stephen Cleobury's music is often heard on the BBC
The director of music at King's College Cambridge and prolific performer Dr Stephen Cleobury is appointed CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
His music from the Cambridge University chapel is often heard on the BBC. He has been chief conductor of the BBC Singers since 1995.
David Vernon Read, also involved in music, is appointed MBE for service to the brass band movement.
Others in Cambridgeshire have received honours for social work and business.
Those from Cambridgeshire appointed CBE include:
- Dr Stephen Cleobury. Director of Music, King's College, University of Cambridge. For services to music
- Professor Lynn Faith Gladden, Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering and head, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge. For services to chemical engineering
- Dr Katharine Bridget Pretty, principal, Homerton College, Cambridge and Pro-vice-Chancellor, University of Cambridge. For services to higher education
- Sir William Henry Proby, Bt, DL, formerly chairman, National Trust. For services to conservation and to heritage
Those from Cambridgeshire appointed OBE include:
- John Christopher Aston. For services to business
- Richard Mawer. For services to Save the Children UK
Those from Cambridgeshire appointed MBE include:
- Mrs Elisabeth Buck, play group manager, New Ark Adventure Playground, Peterborough. For services to children and families
- Dr David John Hardman, managing director, Aston Science Park. For services to science
- Susan Mathews, curator, Stained Glass Museum. For services to the visual arts
- Robin Myers, archivist emeritus, Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers. For services to bibliography and book history
- David Vernon Read. For services to brass band music
- Paula Vivien Thacker. For voluntary service to disabled people in Peterborough
- Stephen Woolford, head of interpretation and collections, Imperial War Museum Duxford. For services to heritage