Five people have been awarded OBEs and 10 made MBEs in the Queen's New Year Honours in Gloucestershire.
Ch Supt Lambert is made MBE for services to police
David Graveney, England's chairman of cricket selectors is made OBE as is Carole Lady Bamford the Vice-Chair of the NSPCC's FULL STOP Campaign.
Peter James Jones, the county's Chief Fire Officer has been made OBE.
Ch Supt Kevin Lambert of Gloucestershire Constabulary is made MBE for services to the police.
The remaining two new OBEs are Col Nicholas Welch, MBE, lately of The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Light Infantry Regiment and Peter John Workman, who is made OBE for services to the International Festival of the Sea.
On receiving notification of his MBE Ch Supt Lambert said: "I am delighted and honoured to have been selected to receive this prestigious award. I had no idea that I had been nominated."
Also made MBE are:
- Graham Brown of Dursley, the Ministry of Defence
- Miss Margaret Mary Eyre of Cheltenham, President of the East Gloucestershire Club for services to sport
- John Richard Handley Millington of Cheltenham, for services to the Cotswolds Voluntary Warden Service and to the Sue Ryder Care Hospice in Leckhampton
- Robert Newport of Cirencester for his work with young people as Camp Co-ordinator, Woodlarks Camp, Farnham, Surrey
- Miss Marjorie Phelps for services to the community in Stroud
- David Richmond Miller of Stroud, Chairman of the League of Friends, Stroud Hospitals and Health Centre for services to healthcare
- Robert Rees of Far Oakridge, Chef and Governor, British Nutrition Foundation for services to the Food Industry
- Mrs Jean Sinton of Coln St Aldwyns, for services to the community
- Mrs Jane Helen Winstanley of Cirencester, General Manager, Cotswold Council for Voluntary Service Ltd for services to the community
NEW YEAR HONOURS 2006
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