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Police boss in birthday honours

The Queen's Birthday Honours list in Nottinghamshire features one CBE and four OBEs.

Graham Cartledge, chair of architects Benoy, has been appointed CBE for services to architecture and charity.

Sue Fish, Assistant Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police, has received an OBE, as has Kevin Eveleigh, headteacher at Barnby Road Primary School, Newark.

An MBE was given to Hilary Loftus, a cook for a homeless group and Christine Fergusson, for her voluntary service.


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Ms Fish said she was delighted with the recognition but it would not distract from her frontline work.

Other OBEs were received by Paul Roberts, of the Creative and Cultural Education Advisory Board, for services to education and the creative industries and Alan Tolhurst of Worksop for voluntary service to the community in South Yorkshire.

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