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These are the ones we've found so far - listed in alphabetical order (there will be more). It's become apparent that some installers simply affixed their nameplate to a pump supplied by one of the larger manufacturers, and inevitably some of the names we've listed are therefore not necessarily the makers of the pump. One Northern Ireland foundry advertised in their catalogue that customers' names could be cast on the head of their Belfast pattern pumps.

On the topic of Belfast pattern pumps, Marcus Simms, a bright young man in Northern Ireland, has studied them and written up a guide on their evolution.

And some pumps aren't quite what they seem - "Fakes & Replicas"

Apologies for the quality of some of the images - the nameplates are usually corroded or covered in multiple layers of paint or dirt, often damaged, and sometimes hard to get at. A wet finger will occasionally bring up the lettering, but in some cases it's just too far gone.
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Manufacturer Details Trademark
Frederick Adames,
7 & 8 East St.,
Chichester.
In 1869 "Adames & Grant" but listed as "Frederick Adames - Late Adames & Grant, Wholesale, Retail, Furnishing and General Ironmonger" in the 1880 Chichester Directory. He advertised "the supply and installation of every kind of heating apparatus and pumps for deep wells". The business was taken over by Adolphus Ballard in 1885, who in turn sold the business to T.E.Jay. Read more - but it's a very large .pdf file.
D. Adams
Ballymena
The name "D. ADAMS, BALLYMENA" seen on a pump in Northern Ireland probably refers to David Adams, 1 Galgorm Rd, Ballymena, who advertised as a Registered Plumber and Sanitary Engineer in 1910. Also see on a pump at the Ulster American Folk Park, and for sale in a show at Shane's Castle, Co. Antrim. Car insurance comparison study bibles
W. Affleck,
Swindon.
Seen on a pump in Meysey Hampton, Glos, and most likely refers to William Affleck, founder of the Prospect Engineering Works, Swindon, who was born in Gateshead in 1816 and died in 1894. 7 day car insurance in dearborn mi
L. Airey,
Plumber,
Kendal.
This name found on a pump at Soulby Green, Cumbria. Indianapolis car insurance companies
F & H Alford
Plumbers
Park Street
Gloucester
This name seen on the plank of a pump in a pub at Awre, Glos, and similarly on a pump plank at Toddington Station on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway. Metlife group auto insurance phone number
C. Allen & Son,
Tone Bridge,
Taunton.
"ALLEN & SON TAUNTON" seen on a pump bought by a collector in Carlisle (which also has "CHURCHIILL" stamped on its handle). Subsequently, we've discovered that it's essentially identical to ones in Babbacombe, Torbay; Bawdrip, Soms; and in all probability, ones at Weston-in-Gordano, N. Soms, and Stoborough, Dorset. C. Allen & Son were in operation at Tone Bridge Foundry, Taunton, by 1874. Subsequent adverts described the firm as "Tone Foundry & Engineering Works, Taunton. Engineers, Millwrights, iron Founders and Steam Boiler Makers". They were still advertising their products and services in 1893, and had expanded into agricultural engineering, but in 1917, during WW1, they were loaned a "Motor Tractor Plough" by the government and advertised it as being available for hire in assisting local food production. This may have been the start of their diversification, as by 1924 they were selling cars and lorries. Later they opened branches in Bristol & Plymouth, and were a large enough company to run annual staff outings. They were still advertising car sales in the 1950s.
(See also "Real", below.)
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Robert W. Allen
Plumber
Church St
Woodbridge
Suffolk
"R.W.Allen Plumber WOODBRIDGE" seen on the town pump in Woodbridge, Suffolk. Robert W. Allen took over his father's long-established business in 1859, advertising himself as "Painter, Plumber, Glazier and House Painter", and probably installed the Woodbridge pump. Over 50 car insurance quotes online
Allweiler GmbH,
Germany
A name seen on three pumps - one simply carrying the word "ALLWEILER", another "ALLWEILER CARVENS", and the thIrd a semi-rotary with the words "NO 3 ORIGINAL ALLWEILER PUMP BRITISH MADE". Allweiler professes to be Germany's oldest pump manufacturer, having made pumps since 1860. The company is still in operation and advertises that it has many subsidiaries and partner companies throughout the world. Temporary car insurance 1970

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Amies and Barford, Peterborough. Reported as having installed a pump at Binbrook, Lincs. Amies & Barford were a firm of ironmongers and builders merchants, and records over the period 1860-1937 lists Barford & Perkins Ltd., as road roller and agricultural machinery manufacturers.
AOV,
Noida,
Uttar Pradesh
India.
"AOV INDIA MARK - II AOV INTERNATIONAL (A Govt. Recognised Export House) AN ISO CERTIFIED CO." [Followed by an e-mail address] seen on a modern pump installed at Mount Stewart (NT), Newtownards. Co. Down. Response car insurance
Appleby & Co,
Renishaw Ironworks, Renishaw, Derbs (between Chesterfield and Sheffield).
Found quite widely around the country, including Glos, Warks, Herefs, Herts, Essex, Cumbs, Isle of Wight, Sussex, Rutland, Notts, Norfolk and Yorks. Commonly the inscription reads:
APPLEBY & CO.
RENISHAW
IRONWORKS
NR CHESTERFIELD
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A pump in Graveley, Herts, carries on its cap the inscription:
APPLEBY & Co. RENISHAW IRON WORKS
INVENTORS & MANUFACTURERS
OF PUMPS WITH REGISTERED
BUCKETS & CONE VALVES. No 4017.
And ones in Ufford, Peterborough; Wilmcote, Warks; Barrowden, Rutland; Cropwell Butler, Notts; Ackworth, W. Yorks; Brinton, Norfolk, and Hutton-in-the-Forest, near Unthank, Cumbs, read:

APPLEBY & CO.
PATENTEES
RENISHAW IRON WORKS
DERBYSHIRE

Pumps at Owermoigne, Dorset, and Rushbrook, Suffolk, have similar inscriptions on their caps.
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There's an Appleby Chain Pump in Charterhouse, Soms Aviva car insurance 1 month
An Appleby pump at Ruddington Framework Knitters' Museum, Ruddington, Notts, has "APPLEBY RENISHAW IRON WORKS" on its cap. Online car insurance quotes malaysia flight
The Renishaw History Group confirms that Appleby & Co Renishaw Iron Works was founded in the late 18 century by Thomas Appleby, who with Edward Scholefield purchased the land for the Iron Works on 22 June 1793. Thomas died on 15 Nov 1814, and James Appleby, probably his son, is mentioned in 1841 as being the owner. The Renishaw Iron Works was by the mid-19th Century one of the largest in Britain, and it closed in 1999.
T. Ashfield Found on a pump at St. Bride's Major, Vale of Glamorgan. Not yet positively identified identified this company, but I've found a Thomas Ashfield, pump maker of North Malvern, Worcs, who died in 1872. No car insurance ticket cost
Ashwell & Nesbit Ltd.,
Barkby Lane,
Leicester.

Also at London, Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester.
"No. 2 Runwell British Make" is on a pump at Sandford, Isle of Wight, and another at Marshwood, Dorset.. "Runwell No5" has been seen on opumps near Ballylesson, Co. Down and Amberley, W. Sussex. "No. 3 Runwell British Make" semi-rotaries have turned up in Pinchbeck, Lincs; Thornbury, Devon; and in Australia and New Zealand. A No. 4 has been found on Alderney, and a No.8 in a collection at Ballycowan, Co. Down.

Ashwell & Nesbit was founded in Leicester in 1879 by Frank Ashwell, when the firm's main activity was mill-wrighting. A heating department was started in 1884 with David Mein Nesbit joining later as manager, and he became a partner in 1891. Business expanded to cover heating ranges, ovens, cast iron railings, windows and hosiery pressing". In 1919 a patent was taken out on "improvements in and relating to Semi-rotary Pumps". In 1992 Ashwells was taken over with a management buyout, the company was restructured and, as Ashwell Biomass Ltd of Thurmaston, Leicester, they are now deeply into the production of biomass boilers.
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Atta's Iron Foundry PVT Ltd.,
171,
Grand Trank Rd,
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"Atta'S Iron Foundry Service No: 3" [sic] - found on a pump in Ladykirk, Scottish Borders. A complete mystery as to how this pump found its way to this location. We've now located another one, at Wreay, Cumbs, with the wording "Atta's Iron Foundry Service No: 6", and another example of this model at a garden centre selling recycled stuff at Ashwell, Rutland.

Another No.6 has been reported, still in its original wooden packing case, which carries a number of stencilled markings. Some of these confirm that the No.6 has a 3½" bore and 1½" suction. Further marking indicates that it was supplied by "MAYAS POPULAR PUMPS" to the British Army's Central Ordnance Depot at Donnington, near Telford. The pump is rusty, but still carries traces of its original green paint, although the age of the pump cannot be determined.
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William Baily,
71 Gracechurch St.,
London
Found on a pump at Dunmore, Falkirk. The company advertised themselves in 1840 as "Furnishing Ironmongers", and they exhibited in the Great Exhibition of 1851. By 1870 William's sons, Charles and Henry Baily, were running the company and they advertised themselves as "Manufacturing and Furnishing Ironmongers, Smiths, Bellhangers, Gas Fitters & Stove, Grate and Kitchen Range & Hot Water Apparatus Makers". See more detail at http://www.valentines.org.uk/valentines_mansion/range.html About car insurance rates
Thomas Baker & Sons,
Compton,
Berks.
Seen on a 130 gal wheeled water barrel, with a hand pump mounted on the end, at a Steam Fair in Cheltenham, Glos. The handpump had no markings. A c.1900 catalogue of theirs advertises "liquid manure and water carts, sanitary tumbler carts, street watering carts and vans, street sweeping machines, builders and contractors carts, pumps and hoses". The company also made a range of chain pumps.
Herbert Bale,
Kidderminster.
"HERBERT. BALE KIDD.R", written on a pump at Neen Sollars, Herefs and at Eastham, Worcs. The company also made iron railings. (See William Turton, below.) Florida car insurance for non residents
H. Ball,
Plumber,
Long Eaton
Name on a small pump barrel found buried in in-fill in Leeming Bar, N. Yorks. The only H. Ball we've managed to trace in Long Eaton was a Horace Ball, who was Captain of the Long Eaton Fire Brigade, 1886-1896. Not necessarily the same person! Fine for no car insurance in kentucky
Ball & Horton,
Stratford-upon-Avon
"Ball & Horton, Stratford upon Avon" seen on a flywheel & crank pump in the middle of a field near Snitterfield, Warks. Frederick Ball and William Horton, engineers, were in business in Stratford-upon-Avon over at least the period 1868-1913. Frederick's widow, Sarah Anne, became a partner in 1907. Car insurance queensland comparison
Henry Bamford & Sons
Leighton Ironworks
Uttoxeter
Makers of a "Universal" in Naunton, Worcs; Carlisle, Cumbs; and Cardington, Shrops; "Universal Deep Well Pumps" at Longstanton and Little Shelford, Cambs; Ryton, Shrops; and Marston Montgomery, Derbs; and a "Model 2A" in Uttoxeter. There's a Bamford's pump at Hannington, Swindon, and the name Bamford is reported to appear on a pump in Tushingham, Chester. Multiple Bamford's pumps abound to the North of Cambridge and there's one at Alsonefield, Staffs.

Bamford Chain Pumps can be found at Outgate, near Hawkshead, Cumbs; at Beamish Museum, Co. Durham; Lodsworth, W. Sussex; in a garden in Guildford, Surrey; a farm near Charlton Musgrove, Soms; and at the Somerset Museum of Rural Life, Glastonbury. These typically carry a model number: "RD NO 17856". A chain pump at Darley Dale, nr Northwood, Derbs, includes the name "LEIGHTON".

Examples of "Bamford's Frost Protected Lift Pumps" are at Lloc, Flint; Stanton Fitzwarren, Swindon; Great Cubley, Derbs; Longstanton, Cambs; Market Bosworth, Leics. Further information from someone who has taken one of these types apart is that the frost protection was simply to box up a Bamfords Universal Deep Well Pump inside cast iron panels and stuff it with something which looks like horse hair or chopped up hemp insulation.

Two Bamford's pumps at Waterbeach, Cambs, feature an additional raised plate on their barrels, one of which carries the markings "7360 MARK 15 X".

Two more Bamford's pumps, one at Horningsea, Cambs, and the other at Dalston, Cumbs, carry the marking "7959 MARK 14X" (the 14X means that it has a 3½" bore).

A Bamford's pump has now surfaced in Eden, Co. Antrim, with "BAMFORD" and "UTTOXETER ENGD" on the spout and "7972 MARK 2.X" on the barrel. Subsequently it has been pointed out (thanks, Marcus) that there's an apparently identical model at Drumburgh Castle, Cumbs.

The company originally set up business in Uttoxeter as ironmongers, expanding into making pumps, taps and agricultural implements. Joseph Cyril Bamford left the company in around 1945 to establish JCB Excavators which are still in business today as the well-known international company, JCB. Henry Bamford & Sons continued producing farm equipment until 1987 when they entered liquidation. See more at http://henrybamfordandsonsuttoxeterengland.co.uk/history/beginning/.

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Thomas Barber, Ryston Cottage, Lugwardine,
Herefs.
Written article records him (b.1861) as the last of four generations of wooden pump makers.
A. W. Barnham "A W BARNHAM ENGINEER WALSINGHAM NORFOLK" seen on a pump in Sturmer, Essex, and on a label attached to a Climax pump in Sparham, Norfolk.

"A.W.BARNHAM ENGINEER WALSINGHAM" seen on a pump label in Burnham Market, Norfolk. and another on a pump offered for sale by an architectural salvage company.

There is currently a garage business by the name of A.W.Barnham at Foundry House, Walsingham.
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Barrett Exall & Andrewes,
Iron Works,
Katesgrove,
Reading,
Berks.
This large ironworks was founded in 1817/18, employing up to 360 people and occupying a 12 acre plot. They produced agricultural machinery and portable/fixed engines, winning many prize medals in Britain and Europe - including one at the 1851 Great Exhibition. In 1838 they provided ironwork for Brunel's new London-Bristol Railway. They produced a share (100) of the worlds' first production internal combustion engines, designed in 1860 by Lenoir. They also carried out much work for Palmer's local biscuit industry, including a steam-driven biscuit machine. The link with Palmer continued, and their pump at Sonning carries a dedication to Robert Palmer dated 1846. George Barrett died in 1858, and even his memorial stone is made of cast iron. In 1877 Alfred Palmer, one-time High Sheriff of Berkshire, married the youngest daughter of William Exall, one of the iron foundry's partners. In 1864 the company changed its name to The Reading Iron Works Ltd, and ultimately went into liquidation during the agricultural slump of 1888.
Barwell & Co.,
Bridge St.,
Northampton
"BARWELL & Co NORTHAMPTON" seen on a pump in Toddington, Beds. Edward Barwell established his foundry in Bridge St., Northampton, in 1823. It was taken over by William Rice in 1870, at which time the business employed 150 men. Rice & Co's Eagle Foundry continued in business until 1998. Car insurance data mining
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Southwark
London.
"BECK & CO LD LONDON" found on pumps in Hardwicke, Glos, and Hereford. The name was repeated around the rim of the cap, and in the case of the Hardwicke pump included the words "Patent Antifreezing Pump". A probable brass bilge pump, carrying the company's name and address plus "1915", came to light in Paris.

The name is also found on a
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Bellow & Son, Leominster. "BELLOW & SON MAKERS LEOMINSTER" seen on a pump at Eardisland, Herefs,and reportedly also one one in Sarnesfield, Herefs. An 1879 directory records a John Bellow & Son as general ironmongers, plumbers, braziers, tin & iron plate workers, hot water fitters, & bar iron warehouse, 26 High Street. Another directory of 1897 records the firm at the same address as general ironmonger, bar, hoop and sheet iron merchants, plumbers, braziers, iron and tin-plate workers, dealers in oils, colours, implements, seeds, etc. How much is car insurance in ontario canada
C. Benson,
Knaresborough.
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J. H. Best. Apparently on a pump at Launceston, and also on one offered for sale over the internet in Oct 2012.
Beyer Pumpen GmbH,
Ahrensburg,
Germany.
Makers of a modern pump in South London. The company advertises itself as supplying child-friendly pumps for use in children's playgrounds. They were founded in 1871 in Flensburg, moved to Luebeck in 1982 and re-located to Ahrensburg in 2014. Car insurance rates
Board of Ordnance The letters "BO" together with a War Dept arrow marking seen on pumps at Tilbury Fort, Thurrock; Calbourne Mill, Isle of Wight; and Elizabeth Castle, St. Helier, Jersey. Best information is that it stands for "Board of Ordnance" (although British Ordnance has also been suggested). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Board_of_Ordnance. Elsewhere it's recorded that BO with a broad upward arrow was in use before 1855, and WD and arrow after that date. Car driven into house insurance claim

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Robert Boby,
Bury St. Edmunds.
Robert Boby was a major manufacturer making agricultural implements in Bury St Edmunds from 1843 until the 1970s. At its height in the 1870s it employed about 200 men. A belt-driven pump made by the company survives in the Museum of East Anglian Rural Life, Stowmarket.
Bodin-Mengin,
Bléré,
France.
"A. BODIN" seen on a pump offered for sale at Shane's Castle, Antrim Town, Co. Antrim. Both Pompes Bodin and Pompes Mengin were established in 1920, and have now merged to form the Bodin Group. Giles insurance refinancing a car
Bodley Bros,
Commercial Rd.,
Exeter.
On a pump in Hatherleigh, Devon. George Bodley established an iron foundry in Exeter in 1790 and by 1881 Owen Henry Bodley was recorded as employing 50 men and boys. The company produced a wide range of products, including machine-tools, traction and steam engines, and general castings. The next generation of Bodleys didn't take any part in the running of the company, which was henceforth adminstered by trustees, Campion the solicitors. They ran the company until 1966, when the last of the Bodley children died, and closed it down a year later.

"Bodley Exeter" seen on a pump in Kenn, Devon.
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F. W. Brackett & Co,
Hythe Bridge Ironworks,
Colchester.
"F.W.Brackett & Co, Engineers, Colchester - England" seen on a pump at Belleek, Co. Fermanagh, NI. The business was founded in a former stable in Hawkins Road in 1898 by Frank Brackett and three colleagues. In 1900 the company moved to a new site adjoining Clacton Road and in 1909 they became a private company. By 1961 they were advertising as "Engineers, manufacturing pumps, water screens and strainers", although hand pumps do not seem to have figured greatly in their product range. After various re-incarnations as Brackett Green and Eimco Water Technologies, the company closed its Colchester site. It is now part of the multi-national company, Ovivo. . Aaa car insurance quote missouri
Braithwaite & Co,
Bath Place,
New Road,
London.
Reported on a pump at Harrow-on-the-Hill, Greater London. The company was famed for its steam engines, including the first steam fire engine (see http://www.gracesguide.co.uk/John_Braithwaite), but they were also "engaged in the manufacture of pumps, sinking wells, &c".
Joseph Bramah & Sons,
London.
A 3-throw pump at Little Cressingham Mill, Norfolk, is stated to have been made by Bramah. This company was founded by Joseph Bramah in 1784, and was famous for its unpickable locks, water closets, machine tools, a hydraulic press and no end of other ingenious inventions - including in 1797 the original beer engine (i.e., beer pump). Some years later ex-Joseph Bramah employee William Russell founded Hayward Tyler, a very well-known pump manufacturer (see below), and their 1815 catalogue featured products originally designed by Joseph Bramah.
Bright Bros,
Portadown
Found on a pump at Drumnahunshin, Co. Armagh. Three generations of Bright Brothers ran the Portadown Foundry 1879 - 1920 and are listed as being builders & hardware merchants, selling and repairing farming equipment. Drive away car insurance uk cheap
T. Buchanan,
Dunkeld.
"T. BUCHANAN DUNKELD" reported on a pump at Logierait, Perth & Kinloss. There is also an example near Port William, Dumf & Gall, although it has been confirmed that this one was previously at Blair Atholl Museum, Perth & Kinloss. How many miles per gallon does my car does insurance
F.H. Buckingham,
Engineers,
Hethersett.
Reported on a Climax pump at North End, Essex. The firm is recorded as being artesian well engineers and feature at Aylsham in 1923 and elsewhere in 1929. No further information yet. Age uk car insurance policy document
J. U. Bugler,
Ashford.
Inscribed on a pump at Shadoxhurst, Kent, with the date 1887. In 1861 Jonathan U. Bugler was stated to be an ironmonger who lived at Stoke House, Church St., Ashford. He was still there in 1882, when the Kentish Express & Ashford News of 11 March carried a report of John Udal Bugler of Ashford in bankruptcy at Canterbury Court. Car insurance dubai quotes about moving
H. W. Bullen & Sons,
Well Sinkers,
Trunch
Norfolk
William Bullen was a carpenter and wheelwright in Trunch, and it was his son Alfred who started the well-sinking business. Alfred's sons Herbert and Horace continued well-sinking until at least the 1950s. More - including a photograph of them boring out a wooden pump barrel. A wooden pump survives on The Hill, Trunch, although it isn't clear if this was one of Bullen's.
B & E Bushell,
York.
Seen on a pump in Londonderry, N. Yorks, sited below a Joseph Evans "Lion" trademark. B & E Bushell were a firm of York ironmongers founded by brothers Bernard and Edward. Usa car rental insurance advice
Callas, Sons & May,
Reading
"CALLAS READING" seen on a flywheel & crank pump at Burghfield Hill W. Berks. Callas, Sons & May were ironmongers in Reading, and records exist of their sinking boreholes in the area in the late 1890s, including one at this location. Questor insurance car hire excess uk
James Cameron,
Belfast
"JAMES CAMERON BELFAST" seen on a lead pump at Ballywalter Park, Co. Down. [Image © Copyright Ross and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.] Car insurance definitions and terms
William Carlile & Co,
Donegall St.,
Belfast
"WM CARLILE & CO, PLUMBERS, BELFAST" Seen on a pump at Saintfield, Co. Down. William Carlile (Carlisle) & Co., plumbers, brassfounders, gas fitters &c" were listed at Donegall Street, Belfast from 1861 to the 1890s. Coverbox car insurance quote
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D. Vadden
Seen on a pump in Broughshane, Co. Antrim. No further information, but D.Vadden might be a shortened form of Dunnyvadden. Parked car accident no insurance
G. E. Child,
Southwold.
Edmund Child established his Southwold iron and brass foundry in the early 1800s, in what's still known as Child's Yard. His son George Edmund took over the business in 1841, and in 1873 they built the pump in Southwold's Market Place.
D. Christie,
Coleraine.
"D. CHRISTIE COLERAINE" seen on pumps in Londonderry, Limavady, Ballymoney (Co. Down) and Knockbreda (Belfast); and also at a pub in Oxford. Street directories for 1910 and 1918 list "Christie, Daniel, plumber, gasfitter, marble and monumental works" at The Diamond, Coleraine. (The Diamond = Town Square.)

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"CHRISTIES LTD COLERAINE" seen on a pump at Ballintoy, Co. Antrim.
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Christies Ltd,
Ballymoney.
"CHRISTIES LTD BALLYMONEY" seen on a pump in Lisburn. No further information found relating to this company, except for a report in a 2010 newspaper reporting that one had been stolen from a property in Ballymoney.
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Citizen The name found on a small barrel pump in Cartmel, Cumbs and also installed over a cistern at a private house near Charlton Kings, Glos. The owner of the latter was able to confirm that it was bought as a barrel pump from www.oak-barrel.com in about 1990. Car insurance for young drivers australia

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A L Claeys,
Zedelgem,
Belgium.
Found this name on two small domestic pumps offered for sale by a Belgian dealer at an agricultural show in Malvern, Worcs. They carried a "2" and a trademark on their barrels - which might be CA or AC - and "Belgium" on the handles. Alexandre Claeys established a foundry in Zedelgem from 1825, with his son Louis and grandson Aime taking over in turn. The trademark is in use today by Clasal of Zedelgem, which has links with the original company and still produces a hand pump. Cheap two day car insurance
J. H. Clarke & Sons,
Pump Makers,
Well Sinkers,
Kenilworth.
Inscribed on a plaque in the possession of a contact in Warwickshire, and a very similar name appears on a pump at Princethorpe, Warks - possibly "J. I. Clarke & Son Pumpmakers" - although the latter is corroded. Unsalted pistachios sainsbury's car insurance

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Clasal,
Zedelgem,
Belgium.
See A.L.Claeys, above.
F. G. Clements Ltd,
Artisian Specialists,
Easton,
Wells,
Somerset
England.
Seen on two pumps in Easton, Somerset. The company were in existence by the mid-1910s, and had an address at Penniless Porch, Wells. Their work seemed to be essentially related to bore sinking or tunnel digging, and they went into liquidation in 1971.
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Clements & Acheson,
111, Victoria St,
Belfast.
"CLEMENTS & ACHESON BELFAST" seen on a pump in Ballymacricket, Co. Antrim, and another at Islandmagee, near Larne, Co. Antrim. An 1877 trade directory lists "Clements & Acheson, plumbers, gas fitters, brass founders and lead merchants, 111 Victoria Street, Belfast".
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See Thomas & Son, Worcester, below.
Clinton and Owens, Engineers. A fragment of this nameplate - "CLINTO ENG" - is on a pump at Godalming, and I believe that it originally read "CLINTON & OWENS ENGINEERS LONDON". A major company, which later became S. Owens & Co - see below. Car insurance south africa online
Alex Clyde,
1, Smithfield Sq,
Ballymena.
"A CLYDE BALLYMENA" found on an abandoned pump on the shore at Rathlin Island, nr Ballymena, Co. Antrim, and anothers at Armoy and Gracehill, Co. Antrim. "A. CLYDE" on a pump at Parkgate, Co.Antrim. Alex Clyde was recorded as a registered plumber and sanitary engineer in Ballymena in 1910 and 1917.

At Parkgate, Co.Antrim, there are two pumps with the wording "A CLYDE SUCCESSORS BALLYMENA"
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Coalbrookdale & Co. Makers of pumps found in Llanuwchllyn, Gwynedd (see maker's mark, opposite), and a practically indentical one at Stanton-by-Dale, Derbs. Also at Burrington and Christon, N. Soms, and Biddington, Wilts.

One at Ickleford, Herts, and another in private hands in Tisbury, Wilts, carry a round maker's mark (3"), opposite, and one at Padstow has a 3½" version.

Examples of pumps are shown in the Coalbrookdale Company Catalogue 1875, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust. See: http://www.darwincountry.org/explore/002496.html
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G. W. Coates,
Plumber,
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Coleman & Morton,
London Road Iron Works, Chelmsford,
Essex
The names "Coleman & Morton" found on a pump at Newport, Essex, dated 1877. The company, originally named Coleman & Son, was established in the 1850s. They manufactured and sold a vast range of agricultural implements, including wagons, cultivators and water carts. The partnership was wound up in 1906. Enterprise rent a car insurance canada
John Collins,
32, Shop St,
Drogheda,
Ireland
Found on a pump in Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, NI. A number of pumps bearing his name are present in the Irish Republic but, unusually, this one is north of the border (it was re-located from Co. Meath). John Collins Ltd was an ironmongers which had occupied the same site in Shop St for over 200 years. It closed in 1986. Jb15 car insurance
Coppage & Son,
Brecon
Seen on a Bamford's pump at Bishop Gower's Well, Llanddew, Powys. Not much information yet found on the firm, except that they were active in the Brecon area 1904-1912, exhibiting their agricultural machines. Less expensive cars to insure
J Corpin & Tobyn
Very indistinct names found on a pump at Gorleston-on-Sea, Norfolk.
Henry Cornish,
Walsingham
"CORNISH WALSINGHAM" seen on pumps in Brancaster and Great Massingham, Norfolk. A bit of research comes up with a Henery [sic] Cornish aged 51 in 1851, recorded in the census as "Iron Worker - Master Agricultural Implement Maker employing 15 men 6 apprentices". Elsewhere his wife Mary and their offspring James, Ezra, Jabez, Henry and Eliza are all recorded as having key roles in the family business. The site of their business has now been converted into housing known appropriately as The Old Foundry. Ny car insurance lapse
Joseph Cranstone,
Phoenix Works,
Hemel Hempstead.
(later the Hemel Hempstead Engineering Co.)
There's a pump in the High Street, Hemel Hempstead, which proclaims that it was manufactured by Joseph Cranstone. His company, founded in 1798 as an ironmongers, was located at 25, High Street, Hemel Hempstead. His son, also Joseph, took over in 1818 and developed it into an iron foundry, which was known as the Phoenix works, and latterly became the Hemel Hempstead Engineering Company.
Crawford & Wilson,
58, High St/Old Market,
Omagh,
Co. Tyrone
"CRAWFORD AND WILSON OMAGH" seen on a pump at Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh. In 1910 Crawford & Wilson were advertising themselves as hardware merchants, ironmongers, seedsmen and jewellers at their High St premises and selling china, glass, and delph at Market St. They became an incorporated company in 1926 and are still trading in Omagh today.
J. Currie & Co.
Belfast
"J. CURRIE & CO" seen on a pump in Fuemore, Co. Antrim.
"J. CURRIE & CO BELFAST" seen on one near Newtownards, Co.Down, and another near Moira, Co. Down.
No further information.
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T. Curtis & Son,
Sanitary Plumbers, Gainsborough
Spotted on a solid lead pump with a willow plunger that was on sale on ebay.
Hugh Dale
Banbridge,
Co Down
"HUGH DALE PLUMBER BANBRIDGE" seen on a pump in Gilford, Co. Down. No further information found yet, other than that there was a plumber by the name of Hugh Dale living in Rathfriland St., Banbridge, in 1911. Nearby is a cast iron access cover with the words "BANBRIDGE FOUNDRY" on it - and there's surprisingly little information available about this foundry. Affordable car insurance austin texas
DANDO
Seen on a pump valve in Kent and on a diaphragm pump elsewhere. The trademark DANDO is used by Duke and Ockenden, a company established in 1867/68, describing themselves at the time as well sinkers and pump makers. Their manufacturing base was at Ferry Wharf, Littlehampton, and they had a London office at 126, Southwark St, London SE1. Following their sinking of a tube well in Littlehampton in 1867 to obtain a clean water supply during a cholera outbreak, the following year they supplied tube wells to Abyssinia. The company developed into providing worldwide drilling services, equipment, wells, windmills and pumps. They continue to operate today from their Littlehampton base, producing drilling rigs and equipment as part of a Canadian company, Energold, of Vancouver. Car insurance companies list nj certified
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Navan
Found on the flywheel of a probable horse-driven pump at The Argory, a NT property at Moy, Co. Armagh. No further information on the maker. Car insurance aa nz driving distances
Davies Brothers & Co. Ltd,
Crown Works,
Cross St. North,
Wolverhampton
This company, established in 1838, claimed to be "one of the first galvanising companies in the world". They occupied a 3 acre site in Wolverhampton and survived until at least 1971. A 1910 catalogue advertised a "extra strong galvanised steel contractor's pump" which looks very much like one existing today in private hands in Ross-on-Wye - although very similar pumps were also made by Appleby's and Joseph Evans.
W. Day,
Churchill
Found on a pump at Lower Langford, N. Soms, not far from the village of Churchill. No further information found. Aami car insurance telephone number
William Dickie & Sons,
Victoria Works,
East Kilbride,
Glasgow
"W. DICKIE & SONS LTD EAST KILBRIDE GLASGOW" seen on a chain pump at Kilmahog, Stirling. The company was established in 1872 and was well-known for its windpumps. At its peak the company employed 115 men but closed in 1965. Flood car insurance claim
Dickinson,
Knaresborough
"J [? or W?] DICKINSON KNARESBRO" seen on a pump at Bishop Monkton, N. Yorks. A Thomas Dickinson is recorded as a blacksmith of High St, Knaresborough, in 1829, and of Low Bridge, Knaresborough, in 1837; a William Dickinson is listed as a blacksmith in the High St in 1837. Enterprise car rental ireland insurance hailey
Duke & Ockenden See DANDO, above.
George Dugan,
Lisburn
"GEORGE DUGAN LISBURN" seen on a cowtail pump at Ballycowan, Co. Down. "GEORGE DUGAN PLUMBER LISBURN" is on one at Ballyvanen, Co.Antrim, and Ballymullan, Co. Down; and "G.DUGAN LISBURN" seen on ones in the Museum of the Gorge, Ironbridge, Shrops and at Dromore, Co. Down.

I've been told that George Dugan (1863-1945) was a master plumber and gasfitter who employed 6 or 7 men. He, his wife Catherine, and their 6 children lived at 3 Chapel Hill, Lisburn. There are/were several more pumps with George Dugan's name on in the vicinity. A descendant is still in business there today, although not connected with pumps or plumbing.

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Duggan & Lyttle
Lisburn
Seen on a pump at Lessans, near Saintfield, Co. Down. Another example, location unknown, has been offered for sale on the internet. No further information found. Car insurance companies maryville tn
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Duthie Large & Co,
The Foundry,
Leinster St.,
Athy,
Co. Kildare
"DUTHIE LARGE & Co, ATHY" seen on a pump in Maidstone, Kent. In 1907 they advertised the supply and installation of rams and windmills; in 1928 they were recorded as employing 200 men, with the capacity to employ 3 times that number. In 1931 a trade directory listed them as cycle agents, garages and general motor works, and agricultural implement manufacturers. In 1939 they advertised a very wide range of agricultural and motor products and services, and were a main Ford agent for their area. They ceased trading in the 1980s. Get cheap car insurance young female drivers
W. W. Dymond,
Foregate,
Callington,
Cornwall
"DYMOND CALLINGTON" and a date (188x) seen on a lead pump at Metherwell, Cornwall. W. W. Dymond was listed in a 1901 postal directory as being an ironmongers and plumbers in Callington, and W. W. Dymond was also listed as director of Callington waterworks. Innovation car insurance
Charles East & Son,
74-76 High St,
Burford.
A very indistinct "C. EAST BURFORD" seen on a pump in Little Barrington, Gloucestershire, and "C. EAST & SON BURFORD" on a pump in Taynton, Oxon. A pump at Great Rissington is identical to the one at Little Barrington, but doesn't carry the maker's name.

Charles East (1837-1934) and Son are described in the trade directories as ironmongers, engineers and water contractors. They occupied their premises from 1881 to at least 1911 - perhaps a little later. They gradually expanded to include an iron foundry, a machine shop and an erecting/testing shop for waterwheels. Hand pumps formed only a part of their range, and the company was deeply involved in waterwheel driven pumps, which were installed at a number of local estates.
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Chas. J. Ell & Sons Ltd
Victoria Well Works
Empress Rd
Luton

"C. J. ELL & SONS VICTORIA WELL WORKS LUTON" seen on a large frame pump at Stockwood Park Musuem, Luton.

"C. J. ELL & SONS ENGINEERS LUTON" seen on a Joseph Evans pump in Foxton, Cambs.

The company was established in 1890 and were advertising their services in 1930 and 1935. They were incorporated in 1952 but by 1975 were in trouble and in 1981 went into liquidation.
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"EMPIRE" and a possible part number seen on the spout of a pump at a farm near Wormhill, Derbs. No further information. Turo car rental insurance
George Espey & Son,
Cookstown
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Joseph Evans & Sons (Wolverhampton) Ltd. Joseph Evans & Sons (Wolverhampton) Ltd, was founded in 1810 and traded until about 1964, having been acquired by Newman Industries in 1944. The company had depots in Cardiff, Sheffield, Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle-on-Tyne, and examples of their pumps are scattered widely around the UK - and indeed further afield.

The company used a number of trademarks before settling on a lion rampant, and with many variations on a theme:

a. Their early trademark seems to have been a roundel with the words "Joseph Evans and Sons Wolverhampton" written around the name "Culwell" (the location of their works) and with an "E" in the centre. Seen on pumps in Over Norton and Great Haseley, Oxon; Setley, Hants; Gloucester, Glos; Bishopswood, Staffs.

b. at one location on Guernsey, and also one at Fontmell Magna, Dorset, pumps have a similar roundel but with the words "Evans Brand, England" written around "Culwell" and with an "E" in the centre.

c. A pitcher pump on the Isle of Wight carries the words "Jos. Evans & Sons Wolverhampton England", around its rim. Only one other example has yet been found of this, on a pump offered for sale on eBay.

d, e, f, g, h. From about 1890 they used the lion rampant trademark on all of their pumps, with the word "LION" written beneath. Many carry the message "Made in England", some add "Evans Wolverhampton".

i. Some models carry an "RD NO. 46671" - a Registered Number which must have had some significance.

j. One in the author's possession and another at the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron both have "RD NO. 46465" on their spouts, as does one in Ballycowan, Co. Down. Others at Studland, Dorset, and Yetminster might also have this number.

k. Another very small pump at Ashford-in-the-Water, Derbs, has "RD NO. 8231" on its spout and repeated on its base. A pump in Nottingham carries the same number.

l. Another variation on the theme (thanks to Marcus Simms for discovering this one). Unusually it shows a bore size rather than the usual Joseph Evans numbering system, and an apparent date., 1934.

The history of the firm is well presented at: http://www.historywebsite.co.uk/Museum/Engineering/Evans/evans20.htm .

A 1927 Joseph Evans catalogue includes some very distinctive diaphragm pumps in their patented "OK" range, and a pump in Haddiscoe, Norfolk, carries an "OK" on its handle, along with a patent number on its dome. Furthermore, it's likely that Evans used the name "CHALLENGE" on some of their range, although only the one at Amberley, W. Sussex has come to light.

Many Joseph Evans pumps are remarkably similar to those made by Lee, Howl & Co. Click on this link to check out ways of telling the two makes apart.
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James Ferguson,
Circular Rd,
Downpatrick.
"J. FERGUSON DOWNPATRICK" seen on a pump at Seaforde, Co. Down. 1901 and 1910 street directories include James Ferguson, plumber, Circular Rd., Downpatrick. Quotes for insurance of car
J. Fletcher,
Plumber,
Yate.
Seen on a pump at St. Lawrence's Well, Didmarton, Glos. Coles car insurance nsw
Fletcher Bros,
Park St.,
Pickering
Seen on a large metal drum next to a pump in West Lutton, N. Yorks. I'm told that the Fletcher Bros had a foundry in Park St., Pickering. Trade directories for the town show a William Fletcher, whitesmith, in 1834, and William Fletcher, blacksmith, in 1840. By 1890 an M. Fletcher was recorded as a blacksmith in the Old Cattle Market, and a John Fletcher was a blacksmith in Park St. The Beck Isle Museum has a photograph of blacksmith brothers Matt and Harold Fletcher outside their blacksmith's shop in Park Street. Diamataris car insurance
Fowler & Co,
Lambeth.

(also Dorset St., Fleet St.)
Reportedly the suppliers of a series of 14 pumps along a section of the old Bath Rd from London, of which two still survive at Poyle and Longford. Can't find out much about this company, although there's a painting of Lambeth dated 1836 which includes Fowler's Iron Works. There's also a panel on a pump said to date to the 1840s at the Museum of London which has a panel reading "FOWLER, DORSET ST., FLEET ST., LONDON". Car insurance comparison massachusetts lottery
Freeman Roe,
Engineers,
70, Strand,
London.
Seen on an impressive pump at Hexton, Herts. Freeman Roe was a large company, with interests stretching far beyond pumps. When the Electric Telegraph Company developed its first underground circuits in London in 1847, Freeman Roe, "a well-known and large-scale plumbing engineer used to laying iron piping", was contracted to lay all the subterranean cables in London. They exhibited rams and steam engines at the Great Exhibition in 1851, and in 1853 obtained a patent for the invention of " improvements in paving roads and streets." Car insurance blog ukrainian
Thomas Freethy,
Acton,
Middx.
In 1819 Thomas Freethy, carpenter and builder of Acton, made the pump which formerly sat in the High St but today has been renovated and re-located to The Mount. Records reflect his purchasing of land in Acton in 1818, but by 1823 he was bankrupt. New india car insurance dubai uae
Richard Fuller,
Newick.
In 1897 he donated the substantial stone pump, still working, at Newick, East Sussex.
Garrett & Son,
Leiston, Saxmundham, Suffolk.
Makers of pumps in Aldeburgh and Saxmundham, Suffolk, and almost certainly a small one at the Rydale Folk Museum, Hutton-le-Hole, N.Yorks. The Richard Garrett Works at Leiston built steam tractors and traction engines, various cast metal products, and ammunition for World Wars I & II. There's a museum in Leiston dedicated to the history of the company. Anz insurance car claims

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Garton & Jarvis,
Exeter.
On a pump in Chittlehampton, and also in Exeter, Devon. An 1850 trade directory lists them as ironmongers, machine makers, iron and brass founders and "hot water apparatus mfs. to her Majesty" at 190, High St., Exeter.

There's lots of information on this company at: http://www.exetermemories.co.uk/
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A. Gibson. Seen embossed on a wooden-boxed lead pump offered for sale over the Internet.
Wilson Glass. "Wilson Glass Plumber" seen embossed on a pump in Moy, Co. Tyrone. Totaled leased car no insurance

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Glenfield & Kennedy, Kilmarnock. Prolific manufacturers of ornamental ironwork & fountains, drinking fountains, taps, and the occasional pump. See: http://www.scottishironwork.org/. Their products usually carried their name and often featured a lion's head. They were established in 1852 as the Glenfield Company and merged with Kennedy's Patent Water Meter Co in 1899. Non car owner insurance with geico customer
Godwin Pumps Ltd.
(H. J. Godwin Ltd)
Quenington,
Cirencester,
Glos.
"GODWIN QUENINGTON GLOS." found on an old pump in Hutton, Scottish Borders, another identical one at Coton, Cambs, and another at Denchworth, Oxon. Also at Knowl Green, near Belchamp St. Paul, Essex; Gweek, Cornwall; Shipdham, Norfolk; and Broadwindsor, Dorset. The pump at Broadwindsor also displays multiple part numbers - Y100, Y100D, Y101 and Y103.

One at Huntley, Glos, carries "H J GODWIN LTD QUENINGTON GLOS ENGLAND".

A flywheel pump at West Wratting carries the name on its counterweight.

The company was founded in the late 19th Century and is now international, Godwins UK being a division of Godwin Pumps of America, Inc. Their founder was Harold Joynes Godwin, who established the business to provide windmills and deep well water pumps to local customers, and subsequently took out a number of patents.

One with the words "H J GODWIN LTD QUENINGTON GLOS ENGLAND" has turned up at Abbotts Ann, Herts, which looks very much like the scant remains of a windmill pump.
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Gomy-Garnier,
Chateauneuf-sur-Loire,
France.

"GOMY GARNIER CHATEAUNEUF LOIRE" seen on a chain pump at the Groes Inn, Ty'n-y-Groes, Conwy. The company was founded in 1873 and produced a range of pumps of which their chain pumps, termed chapelet (=rosary) pumps, were apparently the most common in the Pithiverais region of France.
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J. J. Gosling,
Engineer,
Ipswich.
Found on a pump in Pakenham, Suffolk. John J. Gosling had a business in Ipswich producing stationary engines and deep well pumps. Latterly, there was a firm going by the name of John D. Gosling & Co, General Water Engineers, at St. Johns Works, Ipswich, and today in Ipswich there exists a W. G. Gosling & Sons, Precision Engineers Ltd. Insurance car no down payment
John Gourley,
Church St,
Dungannon.
"J. GOURLEY DUNGANNON" seen on a pump in storage in Co.Antrim. John Gourley, plumber, found in 1877 and1880 Belfast / Ulster Street Directories. Saga car insurance review
A. Grainger & Son
Comber,
NI.
"A GRAINGER & SON COMBER" seen on a pump at Dundonald, Co. Down, and "A. GRAINGER COMBER" found on a pump in Derrachrin, Co. Antrim. No further information. Group 17 car insurance cost
Guest & Chrimes,
Foundry & Brass Works,
Rotherham

(also of Southampton St.,
London)
"...IMES ROTHERHAM" seen on a pump-like device at Ulwell, near Swanage, Dorset. The company was established by the Chrimes brothers in 1843, and it later became Chrimes, Neatby and Co. In 1847 it turned into Guest and Chrimes. By 1917 there were over 400 employees, rising to over 500 by 1961. More. Car insurance aami vs racv club
Gunton, Sons & Dyball,
30-42, St. George St., Norwich
Seen on a pump at Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambs. The company traded as wholesale ironmongers, and I've found records dating from 1895. In 1912 their address was given as 34 & 36 St. Geoge St. and they were also described at "importers of horticultural glass". In 1942 their premises were recorded as being hit during an air raid. Performance car insurance for young drivers
HB Seen on a very rusty pump in the Tidal Mill, at Carew, Pembs. Within the "B" are the probable numbers 6 and 5. Could this be Herbert Bale of Kidderminster? (See above.) Car insurance for one day only
J. Hall & Sons,
Bristol.
"J. HALL & SONS BRISTOL" and a number "1461" seen on the cap of a Colonial style pump at Manston, Dorset. So far, I've not been able to identify the company. Guarantee insurance company for classic cars
J. & F. Hall Ltd,
Worcester.
Found on a pump on the Cowleigh Rd, just outside Malvern, and on two pumps in Clevelode, Worcs. J & F Hall was a well-known Worcester "ironmongers, iron merchants, and iron founders", whose 16th Century timber-framed premises at the junction of The Shambles and Church St were demolished in the 1960s, to be replaced by a hideous monstrosity. Mutsy car seat travelers insurance
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Halsted & Sons,
Chichester,
W. Sussex.
On a pump at Slindon and at Chichester, W. Sussex. According to an 1851 Post Office Directory for Chichester, Halsted & Sons were "ironmongers, iron & brass founders, plumbers, smiths &c. East St". In 1867 they were mentioned in Kelly's Directory as "Halsted & Sons, furnishing ironmongers, East street", and in 1909 as Halstead [sic] & Sons, ironmongers, 81 & 82 East St & East Pallant. They were established in the 1840s, and there's a document which records that in 1841, Charles Halsted, ironmonger, plumber and glazier of Chichester took out a "LEASE for 21 years of a dwelling house and shop on the south side of the East Street, partly in the parish of St. Peter the Great otherwise the Subdeanery and partly in the parish of All Saints otherwise the Pallant, in the city of Chichester". But the ironmongery connection might go back further than this: it's reported that "The first Goodwood winner, at the meet organised by the local Charlton Hunt and the Sussex Militia, was a black mare owned by local ironmonger Mr Halsted" - and that seems to have been in 1801/1802. The business started to decline in the 1930s, eventually closing down in 1936, on the death of the last remaining sons. More on the Sussex Industrial History Archive's website (large .pdf file). Get multiple car insurance quotes at one time
W. D. Hanna
5, High St.,
Lurgan
"W D HANNA LURGAN" seen on a pump in storage in Co. Antrim, and in a private collection in Ballycowan, Co.Down. Possibly also one in Belfast. W. D. Hanna was trading at 5 High St., Lurgan, in August 1923, but according to the Belfast Gazette in November 1933 William David Hanna was declared bankrupt. A plumbing firm by the name of Hanna Bros currently trades at 95, Union St, Lurgan. Premium car insurance uk california
T. Haughey,
Bridge St,
Banbridge.
"T. HAUGHEY BANBRIDGE" Seen on pumps at Ballynahinch, Co.Down, and Lisburn. A 1910 Banbridge directory lists "Haughey, T., plumber and gasfitter, Bridge street". Insurance car lots
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139, Norfolk St.,
Sheffield.
Seen on a pump at Pilsley, Derbs, where it had been removed from an old Edwardian house. The company was apparently established in 1888, and became well known for its footpumps - research continues. Car rental insurance coverage in mexico
Hayward Tyler and Co,
90&92, Upper Whitecross St,
London EC.
"Hayward Tyler and Co, London" seen on flywheel and crank pumps at Reepham, Norfolk, and in Durham.The company was established in 1815 and is still in existence, having its head office in Luton. More.

"Hayward Tyler & Co, Engineers, London" seen on a pump at Findon, W. Sussex, and
"Hayward-Tyler & Co Ltd Engineers London" on pumps at Lidgate, Suffolk; Belchamp Otten and Little Waltham, Essex; and Redbourn, Herts.

See also Joseph Bramah, above.
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Headly & Manning,
Eagle Foundry,
Cambridge.
"Headly & Manning, Engineers, 1853, Cambridge" seen on a pump in Cambridge & County Folk Museum. James Ind Headly and Edward Ind Headly set up the Eagle Foundry at Market Hill, Cambridge, in 1843, soon to move to Mill Rd. In 1852 the partnership was dissolved and James Headly went into business with John Manning, trading at the Eagle Foundry as Headly & Manning. The business continued under this name until James retired in 1887. In the meantime, Edward Headly had set up as an ironmonger and ironfounder in Corn Exchange Street, and in 1885 he and his son, Laurence, established the Exchange Ironworks at 341 Newmarket Road. At some stage, ca 1900 perhaps, Laurence Headly went into partnership with Arthur Edwards, trading as Headly & Edwards. The company ceased trading in the 1920s. Vizivo car hire uk insurance
Hedges Foundry,
Bucklebury,
Berks.
The manufacturer of a number of pumps along the old turnpike between Reading and Newbury, of which it seems that only three remain - one alongside the Bath Road in Calcot, one now re-sited at the Beansheaf Centre in Calcot, and one in Theale. Hedges was a local foundry, located on the banks of the River Pang, existing from the 18th century. Research suggests that the turnpike pumps were probably installed in about 1832/33. In 1947 the firm was taken over by the Whatley brothers, who continued in business until about 1960. (Other pumps can still be found along the turnpike, and all apparently without any manufacturers' markings.)
W. Hemming,
Burford.
Seen on a pump in Great Barrington, Glos. William Hemming of Burford was in business from 1840, advertising himself as "Engineer and Ironmonger, Pumps and Water works of every description". He supplied a wide range of pumping machinery across Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. The 3rd image down was found on the back of a pump in Holwell, Oxon, a village very close to Burford. Deductible car insurance for ga
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Herring Foundry,
Chertsey.
"HERRING & SON CHERTSEY" seen (a) on a cast iron pump trough in Chobham, Surrey, and (b) a pump at Folkingham, Lincs. The company was established about 1815 at Gogmore Lane, Chertsey, establishing a good reputation both in the UK and abroad, and closed down in 1982. a. No car tax or insurance license

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Charles M. Hesford & Co Ltd,
Market Row,
Moorgate,
Ormskirk,
Lancs
"C M HESFORD & CO LTD ORMSKIRK" seen on a pump offered for sale on ebay. The company was established on Market Row, Ormskirk, by Charles Martin, and originally specialised in agricultural engineering. An advertisement of 1914 quoted "Agricultural Engineers, Farmers' Implement and Machinery dealers. Specialities: Farmers' Requisites, Cycles and Hardware". The company moved location in 1978 and became a retail concern in 1983, under William Martin, the grandson of the founder.

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N. Holman & Sons
St. Just and Market Jew Street, Penzance.
"Holman & Sons, Penzance" seen on a pump at Trequite, near St. Kew, Cornwall. Nicholas Holman (1777- 1862) formed a company with his four sons in 1801. They expanded into Penzance in 1840, became a limited company in 1894, and in 1911 they were recorded as being mining, shipping and general engineers specialising in Cornish ranges, mitre machines, engines and boilers for mines, mine castings and general mining material. Holman Brothers was employing 2,500 staff by 1961, and also operated as N. Holman & Sons (Ship Repairers) Ltd., but it looks like the company was finally wound up in 2011. Axa direct car insurance ballymena leisure
W. Home,
Shrewsbury.
Reportedly the manufacturer of a pump in Downton, Shrops.
W. Hoskin,
Plympton.
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W. Houston,
Georges St,
Omagh.
"W. HOUSTON OMAGH" found on a pump in Limavady, Co. Londonderry, and at the Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh. A advert from the 1870s gives their address as Georges St. 2 month car insurance uk companies
Hughes & Gotto,
97 Queen Victoria St.,
London
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"HUGHES & GOTTO ENGINEERS LONDON" seen on a flywheel & crank pump at Abinger Common, Surrey. They were described as Water Supply Engineers and "Specialists for Hydraulic Rams & Automatic Controlling Apparatus" in an undated advertisement, and also featured in an 1895 advertisement. No further information. Car insurance ireland 2016 jersey
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Hutchings,
Plumber,
Ilminster
Found on a pump in Stocklinch, Soms and reportedly also on one in Ilton, Soms. Hutchings and Sons were apparently an old established plumbing firm in the Ilminster area which ceased trading in about the 1990s. Insurance fraud car getting stolen
Huxham & Brown's,
Ironfounders & Millwrights, Commercial Rd,
Exeter
Seen on a pump offered for sale on ebay. Frederick Huxham (d.1859), the son of ironfounder William Huxham (d. 1839), was recorded as an ironfounder, engineer and stove manufacturer in Exeter. By 1846 Huxham & Brown's was established as ironfounders and smiths, with their works in Commercial Road. In 1883 they advertised themselves as "Tanners' engineers", making machinery for the leather trade, a description which they continued to use until 1910. In 1930 they were acquired by J. L. Thomas & Co, Ltd. Triple a car insurance nj
W. Huxtable,
Ironfounders & Agricultural Engineers,
High St,
Honiton
"HUXTABLE HONITON" seen on a trough under an unmarked pump at Hawkchurch, Devon. W. Huxtable is listed as ironfounders and agricultural engineers of High St, Honiton, and Fairmile in the late 1800s
Ideal Seen on a stopcock fitted to a lift & force pump in Coleshill, Oxon. No further info. Extended warranty insurance for cars
G. Ingold,
Bishop's Stortford.

J. Ingold,
Bishop's Stortford
There are numerous pumps in Essex carrying the name "G. INGOLD" - e.g., at Chrishall (5 pumps), Sheering (4), Matching (2), Great Canfield, Ridgewell, Widdington, Thaxted and Brewer's End, Takeley. There's a clutch of them at Pampisford, Essex, and others in Owlswick, Bucks, and Churton, Cheshire. The very distinctive spout carried by some Ingold models also points towards pumps at Braughing, Herts, and Epping Green, Essex, being made by Ingold's.

G. Ingold, Pump Makers and Well Sinkers, had their workshop in Apton Road in Bishop's Stortford. The business was started by John Ingold of Rye St, Bishop's Stortford, in 1851, and upon his death in 1899 it was carried on by his son, George. Pumps with the name "J. INGOLD" are rare indeed, but one's now been found at Little Dunmow, Essex.
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H. Inston. Said to be on a pump at Mutton Hall, Redditch. The word "INSTON" also appears on a pump in St. Martin, Guernsey.
A pump offered for sale online carried the words "INSTON KIDDER", and another "J. THOMAS LATE INSTON. KIDDR".

An 1818 Trade Directory lists William Inston, Pump Mkr, Lichfield St, Birmingham.
Jackson, Brown & Hudson,
Kirkintilloch,
Glasgow
See "Lion Foundry", below.
R. Jamison & Son,
Ballymoney
Reported on pumps at Ballycastle, Loughguile and Armoy, Co. Antrim,. R. Jamison was a plumber in Ballymoney High St in the early 1900s. Msig car insurance authorised workshop design
William James & Sons,
Ironmongers,
Gwalia House,
Market Sq.,
Cardigan
"W. JAMES & SONS CARDIGAN" found on a Joseph Evans pump (Lion trademark) at Crymych, Pembs. William James traded from his home and business premises at 14 & 15 High St., Cardigan, until Oct 1887, when he moved to Gwalia House, in the same town. William died the following year, but the business was carrried on by his widow and sons. They expanded the business to become William James & Sons, Gwalia Garage. The military authorities took over the house in 1939, in 1952 the premises were bought by F. W. Woolworths, who re-built on the site in 1978. Ticket for no proof of insurance nj car
Jiangyan Fashion Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
China
Current producers of a range of pumps, one of which is their "Big Nostalgic", recognisable by a frog embellishment on the spout, and also offered for sale by Kovoplast, of the Czech Republic. Jiangyang pumps carry the model numbers BSA-75, BSB-75, BSC-75, BSD, BSF, BSL, BSK, BSM or GBS-86.

See also "HP75", under Unknowns, below.
Kaiser & Kuehne
A company in Germany which specialises in creative play equipment, and who have supplied a modern water pump to Durley Chine paddling pool, Bournemouth.
C. Keeley,
Plumber,
Harleston.
Reported on a lead pump offered for sale on the Internet.

Charles Keeley advertised himself as "New and Secondhand Furnisher, Plumber and Decorator" and traded in the Old Market Place, Harleston, Norfolk.
James Kelly,
St. Canice's Place,
Kilkenny,
Ireland.
"KELLY AND SON ENGINEERS KILKENNY" seen on a pump in Londonderry. This is probably James Kelly, whose business is listed in 1884 as an Agricultural Implement Manufactory in St Canice's Place, Kilkenny. Elsewhere it is described in 1884 as being in St Canice's Place, site unknown. Aaa car insurance phone number kentucky
Kennedy's Ltd,
167, Holdenhurst Rd
Bournemouth
"... HOLDENHURST ROAD KENNEDY'S BOURNEMOUTH LTD BOURNEMOUTH" seen on a label attached to a Lee Howl pump at Winterborne Stickland, Dorset. [The missing digits before HOLDENHURST ROAD will almost certainly be 167 - the address of their headquarters.]

Kennedy's were builders' merchants & plumbers who occupied various properties in Bournemouth. By 1920 they were at 45, 47 & 49 Holdenhurst Rd, and in 1930 they added newly-built premises at 167 Holdenhurst Rd, which became their showrooms and head office. They had a number of other depots in Andover, Boscombe, Branksome, New Milton, Poole, Southampton, Taunton and Winton. They were taken over by Travis Perkins in the late 1980s.
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Killon & Sons,
Egerton St,
Chester.
"J & W KILLON CHESTER" seen on a pump at Preston-on-the-Hill, Halton, and "J & W KILLON 1874 CHESTER" on one at Waverton, Cheshire. The name J. Killon & Co, pumpmakers and wellsinkers of 30 or 31 Egerton St., Chester, appears in 1864 and 1902 trade directories. Elsewhere a late "William Killon, pumpmaker" is mentioned.
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W. Kinsman,
Launceston
"W.KINSMAN LANSON" seen on a lead pump in Launceston museum. (Lanson is an old form of Launceston.) In 1891 a William Kinsman was a plumber's apprentice in South Petherwin - very near Launceston - and another of his pumps can still be found at South Petherwin, with information to confirm that it was installed there in 1898. Uk car insurance group 3 uk
W. J. Knox & Sons,
Railway St,
Lisburn.

"W. J. KNOX & SONS LISBURN" seen very indistinctly on a pump in Armoy, Co. Antrim. "W. J. KNOX & SONS LISBURN" and "R. KNOX LISBURN" seen on pumps offered for sale in Dromore, Co. Down. No information has been found on R. Knox, but Messrs W. J. Knox & Sons, Railway Street, Lisburn, were established in about 1850. William John Knox himself died in 1878, but the firm continued until about 1970, being recorded as having installed the plumbing, electric and gas fittings in Lisburn Central Primary School in 1934.
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Kovoplast,
Czech Republic
The Kovoplast Company of the Czech Republic currently make a number of pumps, including one marked NP75, and others marked STANDARD T or STANDARD II. Their older pumps also include a trident trademark, but this seems nowadays to be reserved solely for the Sigma group - see below. A old STANDARD T pump found in Exton, Devon, carries the trident mark, but also includes the additional markings ON112230 and 97485. Just to confuse things even further, the company seems to produce (or distribute?) a so-called "Big Nostalgic" pump apparently identical to that made by the Jiangyan Fashion Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd., China (see above). Some evidence to suggest that their pump handles can carry a discrete "C" marking.

There's an NP75T pump at Sywell Country Park, Ecton, Northants.

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See also "HP75", under Unknowns, below.
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Chas Lack & Sons Ltd,
Engineers,
Cottenham
Cambs
Seen on pumps in Bassingbourn, Little Shelford and Whittlesford, Cambs; and (until the sign was lost) at Hadstock, Essex. Charles Lack and Sons were agricultural engineers (pumps, boilers, etc) and well-sinkers. They were in business from about 1875 to no later than 1978. They produced a unique design of flywheel pump, using a weighted chain arrangement, found at Hadstock, Clavering and Elmdon, Essex; and West Wratting, Cambs. Best car insurance for young drivers yahoo bookmarks
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Lamb
Berwick
A pump near Horncliffe, Northumberland, carries the name "LAMB BERWICK". A David Alexander Lamb traded as a plumber and glazier in Berwick upon Tweed in the mid-1800s. Later the company was known as David A. Lamb & Son, 13 Woolmarket, and by 1908 the business had been taken on by the son, George Manners Lamb. India car insurance idv calculation of interest
Lambeth Brass & Iron
Co Ltd.
91 & 93 Southwark St London SE
They were advertising in 1901. No further information at present.
George Le Feuvre,
Bath St,
St. Helier
Jersey.
A plaque (now lost) reading "G.LE FEUVRE IRON FOUNDER JERSEY 1862" was once on a pump on Mont Les Vaux, St. Aubin, in the parish of St. Brelade, Jersey. (Fittingly, Le Feuvre = The Smith.)
Le Grand & Sutcliff,
Bunhill Row,
London EC.
Found on a pump at Langport, Soms, dated 1878. They were established in 1872 at 100 Bunhill Row, London, became a private company in 1920 and a public company in 1948. In 1961 they are recorded as "Civil engineers, well drillers, undertaking manufacture of specialised equipment for oil industry, such as pumping units, casing heads and other well head equipment". In 1889 an advertisement showed that they also had a Westminster branch at 7, Great Queen St., SW. Latterly known at Le Grand, Sutcliff & Gell. Further information from wellmasters.co.uk has revealed that Le Grand & Sutcliffe were well known well diggers operating on the south coast, installing wells (brick lined and mainly large scale - 1 metre plus) from Brighton to Devon.

A pitcher pump in Dymchurch, E. Sussex, has the words "LEGRANDES" and "LONDON" around the rim, and possibly some other letters which are hidden from view.
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T. Leake,
Plummer [sic].
Reported on a pump in Wymeswold, Leics. Good name for a plumber!
Lee, Howl & Co.
Tipton,
Staffs
Lee, Howl, Ward & Howl was established in Tipton, Staffs, in 1880, and from this emerged in 1887 the firm of Lee, Howl & Co. Examples are commonly found all over the country, second only in number to Joseph Evans pumps. There is a persistent rumour that back in the early days Joseph Evans's chief designer apparently defected to Lee Howl, and from this time onwards some of their pumps bore a striking similarity to those of Joseph Evans. An article in "Old Glory" magazine of March 1994 provided confirmation that Lee Howl pumps carried a flag trademark (to copy the lion would have added insult to injury). Click on this link to check out other ways of telling the two makes apart.

(See also the entry for Paragon, below.)

There's a Lee Howl chain pump at a farm near Leigh, Dorset.
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Lewis,
Launceston.
"LEWIS LANSON" seen on a pump in Pipers Pool, Cornwall, and also on one offered for sale over the internet in 2003. "Lewis Launceston" pump offered for sale over the internet in Oct 2012.
William Ligget,
Linenhall St/Bridge St Ballymena
"W. LIGGET BALLYMENA" seen on a highly corroded pump at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Holywood, Co. Down. William Ligget advertised himself in the Ballymena newspapers as a "Plumber, Bell-hanger and Gas Fitter, Copper and Tin Worker and Lead Merchant". His name first appears in 1855; by 1859 he was working from Linenhall St, and by 1876 had moved to 16 Bridge St, Ballymena. He advertised regularly until at least 1884, but by 1889 he described himself as a "Lead and Metal Merchant" of Bridge St. It is likely that he died in 1890. Cover note car insurance cgui
G. Lines & Sons,
2, Lode Lane,
Solihull
"G. LINES & SONS ENGINEERS SOLIHULL" reported on a pump purchased from an architectural salvage company and undergoing renovation.

"G. LINES PUMP MAKER SOLIHULL" or "G. LINES AND SONS PUMPMAKERS SOLIHULL" also seen on Joseph Evans pumps at Ladbroke, Lowsonford, Pinley Green and Norton Lindsey, all in Warks.

"Messrs. G. Lines & Sons of Solihull, plumbers and well engineers" were mentioned in a 1937 document, and a number of times in 1965/66 as being at 2, Lode Lane, Solihull.
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Lion Foundry,
Kirkintilloch,
Glasgow
Name found pumps in Ayr, South Ayrshire, and in Covington, South Lanarkshire. This famous ironwork company was initially established in 1880 by the firm Jackson, Brown & Hudson, in direct competition with Macfarlane's (see below). A detailed history and record of their products can be found at http://www.edlc.co.uk/heritage/local_history/online_exhibitions/the_lion_foundry.aspx. See also http://www.edlc.co.uk/heritage/archives.aspx.

Their No1 pump was featured in their catalogues from 1881 to 1945, and apparently this was the only model they made.
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Llewellins & James,
Castle Green,
Bristol.
(a) Name present on pumps at Alveston, Olveston and Oldbury-on-Severn, S.Glos; Ham, Glos; Ilminster and Rode, Soms; Little Petherick, Cornwall.

(b) Seen on pumps at Tintinhull House, Soms; High Littleton, Bath & NE Soms; Porthpean, Cornwall; Thurloxton, Soms, and (highly corroded) at Upper Castle Coombe and Colerne, Wilts.

(c) Seen on examples at Burnett and Chew Magna, Bath & NE Soms.

Also noted stamped on the brass spout of a lead pump in St. Martin, Guernsey.

Although it's corroded, a pump in St. Peter parish, Jersey, seems to have the name spelled "LEWELLEN & JAMES"

Llewellins & James were well-known bell founders, but were also described as being "brewery engineers" and makers of "philosophical instruments" - i.e., mathematical.

Some advertising literature from about 1860-1870 gives their address as Castle Green, Bristol, and offers lifting pumps, ship or rum pumps, jack pumps (subsequently discovered that this is another term for a lift & force pump), garden engines, copper brewers' pumps, etc.
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Lock,
Topsham,
Devon.
"LOCK TOPSHAM" found on a pump in Topsham, Devon.
Lott & Walne Ltd,
The Foundry,
Dorchester
Lott & Walne were described as engineers, ironfounders and agricultural implement manufacturers. They traded at least over the period 1899-1955, and a building carrying their name is still standing in Dorchester. A 1909 catalogue lists their liquid manure and water carts with detachable pumps, including a "Strong 4in improved type detachable lift pump" at £3-0-0, and a "Strong 4in detachable lift and force pump" at £5-0-0. Their name appears on pumps in (a.) Piddlehinton and (b.) Melcombe Bingham, Dorset. a. Usaa group car insurance

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J. Lowden & Co,
Belfast
Seen on a cowtail pump in Hilltown, Co. Down; at Mount Stewart, Co. Down; at Loughries, Co. Down; and on a pump offered for sale via the internet. No further information. Uk insurance car check
R. F. Luxton,
Plumber & ironmonger,
Holsworthy
"R. F. LUXTON" seen stamped on the lead cap of a pump in Pyworthy, Devon. A Russel Frederick Luxton , b. 1908, is listed as a plumber & ironmonger in Holsworthy in 1939. Multiple car accident insurance issues with uber
Walter MacFarlane & Co.,
Saracen Foundry,
Glasgow.
MacFarlane's was by the 1890s the biggest manufacturer of sanitary & architectural ironwork in Britain - possibly even in the world. They were famed for their ornate fountains, which they sold as far afield as Australia - and for a detailed history of the company and record of their products see: http://www.scottishironwork.org/database.asp. Only a very few of their basic village pumps seem to have survived, two of which are on the Isle of Bute, one at Field Broughton, Cumbs, and for some reason there's one at the Bovey Tracey Pottery Museum, in Devon. One bearing all the hallmarks of a MacFarlane village pump (but no ident) is near New Abbey, Dumf & Gall, and there's also a splendid municipal pump in Caistor, Lincs.

Marcus Simms has noticed that the pumps at East Cowes and Shorwell, Isle of Wight, are essentially identical to a MacFarlane's No. 1 pump, but with the addition of an emblem comprising a rope-entwined anchor - see below. Current thinking is that they might have been produced by MacFarlanes under an Admiralty contract. (The company also provided the municipal fountain in Cowes.)
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Mackney & Admonds,
Delf St.,
Sandwich
Makers of a pump at the junction of Delf St/King St/Market St, in Sandwich, Kent. Melville's 1858 Directory of Kent lists them as "millwrights, smiths, ironmongers, etc., Delf street". Ntuc insurance car singapore forum
Magee & Co,,
32, Ann St,
Belfast.
"MAGEE & CO BELFAST." seen on pumps at Myra Castle, Strangford, Spring Hill (NT) at Moneymore, Magherafelt, Co.Antrim, and the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Holywood, Co. Down. Magee & Co., plumbers, gas fitters and lead merchants appear in 1861 and 1868 Belfast street directories, with the Magee residence being included as Cluan Cottage, Ballymacarrett. A affordable car insurance mass
Edward Margrett,
Kenney Iron Works,
King's Rd,
Reading.
"E. MARGRETT READING" seen on two, possibly three, pumps in Hambleden, Bucks. Edward Margrett was listed as an ironmonger in Reading at least as early as 1871. In 1882 he exhibited at a Royal Agricultural Show a pump he had made in connection with Norton's Tube Wells. His address was given as 1 King St, Reading, and his works - Kennet Iron Works - were at King's Rd., Reading. In 1882 he described himself as "Artesian Well Borer, manufacturer of all kinds of Heating Apparatus, Fencing and Wrought Iron Work". His advertisement offered Norton's Patent Tube Wells and every description of Pumps for Hand, Horse or Steam Power". In 1892 he described himself as a hydraulic and sanitary engineer, and is recorded as having established many boreholes and artesian wells all over Berkshire. He seems to have retired by 1901, but continued to advise the company of Margrett & Allsebrook of High Bridge Works, Duke St, Reading. He died aged 73 in 1914, Ana homogeneous pattern 1 800 the general car insurance
Maric Fabrications,
Kidderminster.
"1999 MARIC FABS" found on a pump at Stoke Prior, Herefs. Maric Fabrications is a company in Kidderminster, and the pump has the look of a modern replica. Look car insurance lansing mi
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C.P.Martin,
Engineer,
Harpenden
Seen on a flywheel & crank pump at Newnham, Herts. Erie car insurance full coverage
Matterson, Huxley & Watson Ltd,
Lion Foundry,
Coventry
Catalogue found at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum library by Alison Muir - thanks, Alison. The company also had a London office and showroom at 57/60, Holborn Viaduct, EC1. Elsewhere they appear listed as a private company in 1890, and in 1912 appear as "Iron, Brass and Aluminium Founders and suppliers of Castings for Motors". By 1961 they are "Ironmongers and structural engineers specialising in agricultural machinery, hardware and tools". Among a small range of pumps they advertised their "Matto" Double Acting Plunger Pump.
Mayrs & Huston,
Coleraine
Reported on a cowtail pump at Knocknadona, near Lisburn, Co. Antrim. So far we've not been able to find out anything more about this firm. Insurance for young drivers on parents car

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J. McCandless,
10, Church St.,
Coleraine.
Name seen on a pump at Capecastle, near Ballycastle, Co. Antrim. John McCandless Ltd, Plumber, Gasfitter & Ironmonger of Coleraine, were at one time at 10 Church Street, and there is still a John McCandless plumbing supply company in Coleraine, although at a different address. Masterrental insurance that provides collision damage waiver for car rentals and more
McCann,
Omagh,
Co. Tyrone.
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T. McCleave,
Holywood,
Co. Down.
"T. McCLEAVE HOLYWOOD" seen on a pump at Seapark, Holywood. No historical information found but there is a still a company by the name of T. McCleave operating from an address in Holywood. Car insurance no uk resident application
H. H. McErlean,
Magherafelt
"H. H. McERLEAN M_FELT" seen on pumps in Clady and Draperstown, Co. Londonderry, and a 1958 newspaper advertisement shows the company as Plumbers, Sanitary & Heating Engineers at Queen St., Magherafelt. Name seen as "H. H. MCEARLEAN KNOCKLOUGHRIM" at Cloagh, Co. Londonderry and also on a pump on display at a garden centre in Weston, Lincs. Car rental insurance requirements in florida
A. McKenzie,
Castle St,
Lisburn.
"A. McKENZIE LISBURN" seen on a pump at Carricknadarriff, near Annahilt, Co. Down, and also on a pump in storage in Co. Antrim. Ulster trade directories for 1877 and 1880 record Alex McKenzie, gas fitter and plumber, Castle Street. By 1901 and 1907 the entry is "McKenzie, Mrs., gas fitter & plumber, Castle Street". Lobel car insurance
H. McManus & Sons,
Randalstown.
Seen on Belfast pattern pumps at Lisburn and Baileysmill, Co. Down. This company has been in existence since the late 1800s and is still trading as McManus Hardware, 1-3, Main St., Randalstown. Online kit car insurance quotes
H. McManus & Sons,
Ballymena.
Name seen on a probable Chinese replica Irish cowtail pump at a country show. See also Rankin, John McNiece and Tianjin Shirun International Trade Co., Ltd., below. Royalties gold car insurance
John McNiece,
53, Mill St,
Ballymena
"JOHN McNIECE BALLYMENA" seen on a pump in Broughshanen, Co.Amtrim; also "[...] McNIECE BALLYMENA" on a pump at Derrytrusk, C'Tyrone.

"McNiece, Ballymena" reported on a pump in Burlington, Ontario, which in 1902 was on a farm near Ballymena. This is good evidence that it's an original, and not a Chinese copy. The 1907 and 1910 Belfast/Ulster Street Directories list "McNeice, John, cycle agent, registered plumber and sanitary engineer, Factor of Close Ranges, Tiled Grates, etc., 53 Mill Street".
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Thos Meredith,
Malvern.
Seen on a pump at the Rose & Crown, Redmarley, Glos, and one for sale on the Internet carried the name "Meredith Malvern". Pegram car insurance n church st 27215
Meynell & Inman,
Montrose St., Wolverhampton.

(In 1884 became James Meynell & Son, Little's Lane, Wolverhampton.)
Manufacturers of Lift and Force Pumps. See:
http://www.localhistory.scit.wlv.ac.uk/Museum/
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Middleton,
Westminster.
Seen on a pump in Coleshill, Oxon, with a possible obscured date of "188x". Can't find out anything about this company yet, although there was a Westminster Foundry. Car insurance deductible geico quote
R. R. Miles,
Leominster Foundry,
42, West St.,
Leominster

Also
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and
H. Miles
"R.R.MILES" and "LEOMINSTER" found on a pump at Bircher, Herefs. "R.R.& W.MILES" and "LEOMINSTER" seen on a pump at Newborough, Staffs. "H. MILES" and "LEOMINSTER" seen on a pump in St. Michael's, Worcs.

Littlebury's Directory and Gazetteer of Herefordshire, 1876-7, has the following entry: MILES RICHARD REES, general brass and iron founder, millwright, machinist, engineer, and maker and dealer in agricultural implements, Leominster foundry, 42 West Street (see advertisement page 9).

Kelly's Directory of Herefordshire, 1879, includes: Miles Rd. Rees, millwright, Leominster foundry, 42 West Street

I've been told by a descendant of Richard (thanks, Catherine) that he had a foundry in Leominster from 1861 with his brother William. Later his son, Henry, took it over before it was sold to an electricity company at the start of the 20th century.
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Millfield Foundry,
Belfast
Reported on pumps at Portadown and Dromore, Co. Down. Also on one near Birches, Co. Tyrone. Messrs. James Moore and Sons, Millfield Foundry, Belfast, are listed in Belfast street directories from 1877; in 1901 they appear as "Moore, Jas., & Sons Ltd., Millfield Foundry and engineering works, 102 to 116 Millfield"; but in 1907 & 1910 the entries read "Millfield Foundry (Successors to Jas. Moore & Sons Ltd.), Foundry and Engineering Works, 102 to 116 Millfield". Really cheap car insurance uk#
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Newtownards
"J. MISKELLY NEWTONARDS " [sic] seen on a pump at Mount Stewart, Newtownards, Co. Down. No further information, but there is still an O. Miskelly trading as a plumber in Newtownards. Car insurance jacksonville florida
John Mitchell,
Wimborne Minster
"[J?] MITCHELL PLUMBER" seen on a lead pump dated 1766 at the Priest's House Museum, Wimborne Minster. The will of a John Mitchell, plumber, of Wimborne Minster was lodged in 1817. Reviews about car insurance companies
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Label seen on a modern pump at Kew Steam Musuem. Asda online exclusive car insurance login
A. G. Mumford,
Culvert St Iron Works,
Colchester
"Engineer, Iron and Brass Founder and Boilermaker", who made deep well pumps. Found in an old catalogue.
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347 Fourth St,
Ashland, Ohio
"F.E.MYERS & BRO", "THE ASHLAND" and "ASHLAND O.U.S.A" see on a pump at Pencader, Carms. Brothers Francis and Philip Myers founded the company in 1870, initially making farm implements and then moved into pump making. They expanded into industrial pumps and sold up in 1960 to the McNeil Corp of Akron, Ohio. In 1986 Pentair Inc. of St. Paul, Minnesota, acquired them and they still trade as part of their water products group under the Myers name today. Innovation car insurance
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Woodchester,
Stroud,
Glos
The trademark "NH" can be found on semi-rotaries at Theescombe and Pinfarthings, in the Nailsworth/Amberley area of Glos. One carries the inscription "No1", and the other "No4", which commonly on such pumps refer to the bore size. Another at Birdlip, Glos, is a No6, and there's a further semi-rotary at Thwaite's Mill, Stourton, W. Yorks. Mangerton Mill, in Dorset, has a No1 mounted on a tripod, and there was a very small portable NH semi-rotary fitted to a monopod at a Steam Fair in Cheltenham, Glos, in 2009.

Newman Hender & Co was formed in 1896, when Hender Stevenson & Co of Nailsworth merged with Newman & Co, of Woodchester. They became one of the UK's leading manufacturers of industrial valves, expanding significantly in the 1960s and 1970s, when they supplied valves for the North Sea oil and gas industry, and were the largest employer in the area. However, they were eventually bought out, and the site was closed in 1994. A very detailed company history can be found at http://www.gsia.org.uk/reprints/1994/gi199411.pdf.
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Melton
The words "L [?] NICHOLS MELTON PLUMBER" seen on a lead pump in Melton Carnegie Museum, Melton Mobray, Leics. No further information found. Co operative car insurance self service centre login yahoo
Nordsee Pumpen,
Jesteburg,
Germany
Seen on a pump offered for sale on ebay, and very similar models (but without any trademarks) have been noted at Clearwell, Glos; Llanychaer, Pembs; Bransgore, Hants; Wangford and Darsham, Suffolk. Bajaj allianz car insurance renewal bangalore hotels
Norton Hamar,
Tywyn
Seen on a large Joseph Evans pump in Bryncrug, Gwynedd, and is therefore likely to be the name of the installer. No history of the firm found, but Norton Hamar was born in Bishops Castle c.1877 and his son Eric was born in Towyn (as it was spelled then) in 1909. Premium tax on car insurance
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Perseverance Works,
Ripley,
Derby
"G. C. Ogle[...] Ripley, Derby" seen on a chain pump on a farm at Newhaven, Derbs. The company advertised themselves as manufacturers of rollers, harrows and drags, and also produced two-stroke petrol engines pre-/post-First World War. George Clarke Ogle (1826-1908). The company still trades today, as Hydraulics UK Ltd, Victoria Road, Ripley. M&s bank car insurance phone number
Ohio This name found on a small barrel pump in Wouldham, Kent, with what might be a "4" just below it. There is an Ohio Pump Co in Salem, Ohio, USA - but no evidence of any link. Insure engagement ring allstate car
S. Owens & Co,
Hydraulic and General Engineers,
Whitefriars St, Fleet St,
London EC
The company was previously known as Clinton and Owens - see above.

"S. Owens & Co, Engineer, London" features on two pumps at Quainton, Bucks, one at East Challow, Oxon, examples at East End and Preston Candover, Herts, and one in Rye, E. Sussex. Another, near Warwick, reads "Owens & Co., Engineers, Whitefriars St., London". Another pump is reported in Horningsham, Wilts, to have the maker's name "Owen & Son, Engineers, London". Their catalogues show that they made an enormous range of "Pumps, Fire Engines, Garden Engines, Sluice Valves, Hydrants &c". There's a reference to Messrs. S. Owens & Co's engineering works at Arlesey, Beds, and to Owen's Pump Works closing there in 1925, but it's not clear whether this is the same company. The very impressive pumps at Hampton Court, Esher, Stalbridge, Cranfield, Brastead, Ickenham and Ipplepen have now been confirmed to be made by Owens.
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Paragon The name "PARAGON" has been noted on a small but growing number of pumps dotted around the country. It is usually accompanied by typical Lee Howl markings such as a flag - very similar but not identical to the traditional Lee Howl flag - and their bold statement "All British Made". The image opposite shows the name and flag very clearly on a small lift pump in Hertfordshire which has been renovated. Other locations include Borde Hill Gardens, nr Haywards Heath, W. Sussex; Ferring, W. Sussex; Gluttons Bridge, Derbs; and St. Piran's Well, Trethevy, near Tintagel, Cornwall. Furthermore there's an old paraffin/petrol pump in Llanychaer, Pembs, at the heart of which is "The Paragon No 4 Semi-Rotary Pump".

After much research, we've discovered Paragon pumps advertised within Lee Howl advertisements and catalogues; it seems that the company adopted this name at some latter stage, and was still using it in the late 1930s.
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Parry Pumps "PARRY" seen on pumps in Woodbridge and Pakenham, Suffolk; Weedon, Bucks; Myra Castle, near Strangford, Co. Down; Milborne. St. Andrew, Dorset; and reportedly on one in Ardleigh, Essex. Three of the pumps also carry the words "British Make", and they look identical to a Lee Howl model. A pitcher pump offered for sale over the internet carried the words "PARRY PUMPS" around its cap.

Very little can be confirmed about this company, but it is possible that they were Parry Pumps of Walsall. In February 1989 The London Gazette carried a notice that Parry Pumps Ltd, Valve Manufacturers, was one of a number of companies that were to be wound up voluntarily. There is no confirmation that this was indeed the company which produced the pumps we've seen.
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T. Paskin,
Dudley
"T. PASKIN DUDLEY" reported on a pump at Brewood, Staffs. A Thomas Paskin, pump maker, appeared in the 1841 census for Sedgley (now in West Mids), and with an address at Stone Pit Lane.

See also D. Williams, Dudley, below.
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W. Pearson,
Bedale
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Petter & Edgar,
Yeovil
Found on pumps in Tintinhull and East Coker, Soms. John Bazeley Petter had an ironmonger's business in Yeovil in 1865, and went into partnership with Henry F. Edgar a few years later to produce an expanded range of ironmongery, agricultural implements and machinery, including the "Nautilus" grate that was installed in Balmoral and Osborne House. Henry Edgar died in 1886, but Petter went on to develop oil engines which by 1912 were being widely exported. He established the Westland Foundry in 1914, which developed ultimately into Westland Aircraft. Read more at http://www.yeovilvision.co.uk/data/57.htm. Non resident car insurance uk california
Phillips & Hopwood, Engine Makers. Built the Exchange Pump, Cornhill, London. Samuel Phillips was making fire engines by 1760; in 1797 the firm became Phillips & Hopwood; in 1811 it was James Hopwood; by 1818 it was Hopwood & Tilley; by 1825 Tilley & Co; and around 1853 Shand, Mason & Co. Merryweather & Sons Ltd took them over in 1928.
The Phoenix Engineering Company Ltd,
Phoenix House,
Chard,
Soms
"PHOENIX CO LD CHARD" seen on a pump on Lindisfarne, Northumbs. "PHOENIX ENG CO LTD CHARD" seen elsewhere on a diaphragm pump, together with the words "THE FLOODGATE". The Smith Brothers established their Phoenix Iron Foundry in 1839, and in 1891 Edward Rusk bought them out to form the Phoenix Engineering Co. Ltd. The company had links with the Pulsometer Engineering Company and produced pumps under that brand name. Phoenix was reorganised in 1905 and subsequently expanded their product lines. (They also had a link with well-known pump-makers Llewellins & James of Bristol - see above.) The two World Wars saw them exporting - among other products - their pumps around the world. The original foundry closed in the 1960s and the manufacture of pumps ceased but the company concentrated on other product lines, and it continues to flourish today. More history. A book has been written by Derrick Warren on the history of the company - "The Phoenix Works, Chard" - published by the Somerset Industrial Archaeological Society, ISBN 978 0 9558742 1 5. See also "Smith, Chard", below. Lumley car insurance uk aa

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Thomas Pickering and Sons,
Iron Founders,
Market Place,
Driffield,
East Yorkshire
"T. PICKERING & SONS DRIFFIELD" seen on a pump offered for sale over the Internet. Evidence points to their being in existence from about 1864.

"T. PICKERING VICTORIA FOUNDRY DRIFFIELD" seen on pumps at Wetwang and Sledmere, E. Yorks.

A pump of the same design is also at Weaverthorpe, N. Yorks, and an incomplete one at Thwing, E. Yorks.
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Pompes Briau,
Tours,
France.
"POMPES BRIAU" and a trademark "PB" seen on a pump for sale on eBay, and another at an architectural salvage centre. The company seems to have been in existence since 1854. A model PB40 has now been located in Shaw, Wilts.
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Pompes Corneau,
Deville,
Charleville,
France.
An unusual immigrant. Seen on a Model 33 pump in Shere, Surrey, and another in some gardens opened to the public in Ferring, W. Sussex. A Model 34 was spotted in a shop in Moira, Co. Down, and a Model 32 was offered for sale on French e-Bay. Lamborghini aventador car insurance

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Pompes Japy
Fesches-Le-Chatel
France
"JAPY" and various combinations of numbers seen on small pumps, including a semi-rotary, offered for sale on eBay. The company is still in existence, and manufactures hand pumps, including small lift pumps and semi-rotaries, designed to pump acids, water, seawater, petrol, diesel fuel, oils and solvents.

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W. Pope,
Topsham,
Devon.
Nameplate seen on a pump in Topsham, Devon. White's Devonshire Directory of 1850 lists Wm. H. Pope under "Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers". (And the Universal British Directory of Trade, Commerce & Manufacture published c.1794 has a Simon Pope, plumber & glazier, listed as a resident of Topsham.)
J. Portnell,
Wincanton.
Their name appears on a Bamford's pump in North Cheriton, Soms. Uswitch cheapest car insurance
William Prockter,
Southgate St,
Launceston,
Cornwall.
Pumps in South Petherwin and Tregeare, Cornwall, carry the name "PROCKTER LANSON". Lanson is an archaic version of the name Launceston and a William Prockter, ironmonger, traded in the town at least over the period 1851-1881. Family multi car insurance policies
Colin Pullinger,
Selsey,
West Sussex.
A commemorative plaque records him (1814-94) as: "Undertaker, wooden pump maker, repairer of umbrellas, letter writer and clerk to the Selsey Sparrow Club".
Trademark currently used by the Puteus Company of Tönisvorst Germany. Seen on small pumps all over England and Wales, and which can be bought new at garden centres. Some, however, are seemingly much older - we know of one which was bought from a salvage yard 20 years ago - and I've not yet got to the bottom of this, despite writing to Puteus about it (no reply). See also the "N" logo used by the Chinese company Tianjin Shirun International Trade Co., Ltd on practically identical pumps, and the enigmatic "B" and "PW" pumps listed at the bottom of the page. Cars under insurance group 6
Rankin & Co.,
4, Linenhall St.,
Ballymena.
"RANKIN & CO BALLYMENA" is found widely but usually on Chinese replica Belfast pattern "cowtail" pumps. However, various Belfast/Ulster street directories for 1902-1916 list "Rankin & Co., plumbers, 4 Linenhall street, Ballymena" or "Charles Rankin", and once in a while the Rankin pump turns out to be a genuine original. Marcus Simms, an exceptionally observant young man in Northern Ireland, has provided us with a means of telling apart a genuine "Belfast" pattern pump and a Chinese copy.

"C RANKIN MAGHERAFELT" is on a genuine pump at Dunlopstown, Co. Antrim (see right).

"C RANKIN BALLYMENA" is on genuine ones at Magherafelt and Boleran, Co. Londonderry; and Randalstown, Co. Antrim.

A genuine C. RANKIN BALLYMENA pump in Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh, also carries the statement "ESTD 1866".

And now "A. RANKIN" has turned up (see right). An Alexander Rankin is currently registered in Magherafelt.
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Ransomes, Sims and Jeffries,
Agricultural Engineers,
Ipswich.
"RANSOME" or "RANSOME & SIMS" reported on pumps in Ridgewell, Essex, and in Somerleyton, Monks Eleigh and Stowmarket, Suffolk. A book has been written by Brian Bell about this company - ISBN 1-903366-15-1.

"RANSOME IPSWICH" seen on a flywheel and crank pump in the Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket. The company was originally called Ransome & Son, from 1809, and a notice at the museum claims that a final "s" was added to the name from 1846.
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RC Found on a pump in Borth, Ceredigion; Brackenfield, Derbs; at an auction at Welland, Worcs; and on a very smart brass pump in private hands. Currently unknown manufacturer, although another "RC" pump (with a "3" on the barrel) was included in a job lot of European (i.e., non-British) pumps offered for sale by a Belgian dealer at an agricultural show in Malvern, Worcs. An "RC 3" has also turned up at an antique dealers in the USA, with embellishments which might suggest a Chinese origin.

An RC 4 is in Thornford, Dorset.

The best bet so far is a company called Richardson & Cruddas Ltd, of India, established in 1858 and still going strong. They currently produce the India Mark II hand pump which has found wide use in developing countries.
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"Real" Seen on a pump at Pentrich, Derbs, and also (middle image) on a pump offered for sale on eBay. This latter pump also carried a name on the pump handle, which could be read as "C Allen's". (Research continues - see C. Allen & Sons, Taunton, above.) Fl car insurance no credit check

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R & J Reeves,
Bratton Ironworks,
Bratton,
Wilts.
"Bratton Reeves" is to be found on a chain pump at Barrington Court, a National Trust property nr Ilminster, Somerset. The firm was well-established by the mid-1800s, and surviving catalogues show a wide range of products. They were major employers in the village until business declined and they finally closed in 1970/73. More information available at: http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/community/getcom.php?id=27 and http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102813. Car insurance companies in gainesville fl
John Richmond and Son,
Chelmsford.
"RICHMOND & SON. ENGINEERS. CHELMSFORD." reported on a large roadside pump in Southminster, Essex. English Heritage reports: "Of importance as the only known identifiable casting of the Richmond Foundry and one of only 2 obelisk survivors, the other circa 1850 at Ridgewell. [Essex and the Industrial Revolution. John Booker, E.R.O. 66. 1974.]" Ross gower car insurance simulation
Richter Spielgeräte GmbH,
Frasdorf,
Germany.
Seen on a modern hand pumps at the Falkirk Wheel, Falkirk; Stanwick, Northants; a park in Coventry, and various other locations.They also market their products under the name "unitedplay". Is car insurance deductible on income tax
Riddels Ltd,
Belfast.
"RIDDELS LIMITED BELFAST" seen on a pump at Ballymacricket, Co. Antrim, and also at Holywood, Co. Down. An 1877 trade directory lists a Riddel & Co., furnishing and manufacturing iron mongers, at 49 Donegall Place, Belfast. John Riddel & Son of Lisburn today describe themselves as wholesale hardware merchants, established in 1803. Is this the same company? Car insurance salesman training program

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J. Ridgway & Sons,
Chester.
"J. RIDGEWAY & SONS CHESTER" reported on a pump at Bretton, Flintshire. There was a James Ridgway in Castle St., Chester, described in the 1911 census return as a "Mineral Borer and Well-Sinker", but so far no other evidence has emerged.
E & H Roberts,
Britannia Ironworks, Deanshanger.
For 100 years the Roberts Iron Foundry of Deanshanger (Britannia Ironworks) were very successful agricultural implement makers and engineers, but they finally went into liquidation in 1927. Their neat and distinctive water pillars can be found in a number of places, but an example of a pump made by the company is rare. One has been found at Puxley, near Deanshanger, and the name of the company is stamped on the handle of a standard Joseph Evans lift & force pump salvaged in Towcester, Northants.
More information at: http://www.deanshangerironworks.co.uk/, http://clutch.open.ac.uk/schools/deanshanger99/pages/
intro.html, http://clutch.open.ac.uk/schools/deanshanger99/pages/
rob_hist.html and http://www.mkheritage.co.uk/mkm/roberts.html.
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Thomas Roberts Ltd,
Coventry Rd,
Warwick.
"T ROBERTS [LTD?] WARWICK FOUNDRY" seen on a pump at Barford, Warks. Thomas Roberts's iron foundry is reported to have been in business as far back as 1810, although an entry in the London Gazette in Dec 1816 gave notice that "the partnership between George Baldwin and Thomas Roberts, in the business of Iron-Founders, carried on at Warwick, in the firm of G. Baldwin & Co" was to be dissolved, and that Thomas Roberts was carrying on the business by himself. Roberts's iron foundry had moved to the Coventry road by 1822 and "deservedly obtained considerable reputation for making all descriptions of machinery", remaining in business for a further half century. Credit acceptance car insurance
James Aston Roden,
Underhill St
Bridgnorth.
"J Aston Roden, Maker, Bridgnorth" found on a pump in Oldfield, Shrops. James Roden was established as an iron and brass founder in Underhill St, Bridgnorth, by 1861. His partnership with Henry Knott was dissolved in 1865, and the firm continued in light engineering under his son, James Aston Roden, until around 1926. Suspending car insurance pay for college
Root,
Ipswich
Seen on a pump at Tattingstone White Horse, Suffolk. William Root, plumber of Ipswich, was in business at least over the period 1871-1889, and at one stage employed 13 men and 5 boys. Car insurance on the go
W. Rowe,
Yeovil.
Reported on a pump at Long Sutton, Soms, but the words have practically corroded away.
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The Safety Water Elevator Company,
Dunstable.
a. Found on a pump in Grittleton, Wilts, and also at St. James South Elmham and Chattisham, Suffolk; apparently there's one at Cockayne Hatley, Beds, as well.

b. A different style manufacturer's label found on a model at the cottages near Rousham House, Oxon, reads: "THE SAFETY WATER ELEVATOR CO WORKS DUNSTABLE".

c. Another badge, found on eBay.

The Safety Water Elevator Co had offices and showrooms at 104, Leadenhall St., London, but their factory was in Dunstable, Beds. In 1905 they advertised the "Simple, strong, but ingenious Jonet's Patent" pump as being suitable for wells 10-1000 ft deep, and for a price of £10. It's not actually a pump, and works on the principle of buckets on a chain, operated by a handle.See: http://www.fotolibra.com/gallery/52110/water-elevator-advertisment-1905/.
The Dunstable and District Local History Society has researched these devices and provided me with a detailed explanation of how they work. Thanks!
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J SCOTT Junr,
Plumber,
Cookstown.
Seen on a pump in Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry, and with the name "WINNINGTON & Co WILSON ST BELFAST" dated 1902, on the other side. There is currently a W. J. Scott & Sons, plumbers, of Cookstown. Florida car insurance lookup
John Sefton & Co,
Engineer, machinist and brassfounder,
102 & 104 Percy St.,
Belfast.
"JOHN SEFTON & CO ENGINEERS BELFAST" seen on a pump a pump at Magherally, Co. Down. Very little found on this company, other than that they were reported as being bankrupt in 1895. 789 white wine sainsbury's car insurance
William Shalders,
Hydraulic Engineer,
Bank Plain,
Redwell St.,
Norwich.
Examples of their large pumps are in Norwich, Cringleford, Hethersett and Wymondham (possibly also in Gorleston-on-Sea), Norfolk. The company was also the maker of the much smaller Shalders' Patent Fountain Power Pump, one of which survives on Wymondham Railway Station. Advertisements for pumps produced by the company appeared in White’s 1845 Directory and Gazetteer of Norfolk, Hunt & Co's 1850 Directory of E. Norfolk & parts of Suffolk, and Kelly’s 1853 Directory for Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. The company also exhibited at the Great Exhibition. Car insurance prices average

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Shijiazhuang Dingxin Metal Products Co., Ltd,
Shijiazhuang,
Hebei,
China
This company advertises itself as the manufacturer of various modern cast iron pumps appearing around the UK today. No evidence of any trademark.
S. Shannon,
Belfast.

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Sigma Group,
Czech Republic.
The trident seen on an NP75 pump in the old greenhouse at Whitland Abbey, Carms, and a number of other locations, is the trademark of the Sigma Group, of the Czech Republic, who currently make a wide range of modern electrically operated pumps. Their web site confirms that they've been around since 1868. But how did this pump find its way to Whitland Abbey? Also seen on a pump in Levens, Cumbria.

An otherwise identical pump, marked "NP75", but without the trident, is still made by the Kovoplast Company of the Czech Republic, see separate entry.

An NP-75 at Heversham, Cumbs, sports a trident and "ON 112220", and an NP-90 has turned up in private hands in Spratton, Northants, also with this number. Just to confuse things further, "ON 112220" also appears on a Kovoplast Standard T pump in Exton, Devon.

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Sigmund Seen on a semi-rotary at Hilton, Dorset. A subsidiary of Sigma, set up in the UK in 1935 (See "Sigma/More") above. Only young drivers car insurance
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Armagh
Seen on a pump at Palace Stables, Armagh. The name "A. C. Simpson" features in Armagh history as a building contractor, but there's no confirmation that this firm had anything to do with the pump. Comprehensive car insurance comparison quotes
Smith,
Chard
"SMITH CHARD" reported on a pump in private hands which came out of a garden in Winsham, Somerset. See The Phoenix Engineering Company, above. Auto insurance customer service job description
George Smith & Co,
Sun Foundry,
Glasgow.
Name found on a large cast iron pump in St. Peter Port, Guernsey. The company was founded in 1858 and was one of the leading Scottish firms in producing decorative ironwork, their range including ornamental fountains, bandstands, gates and railings. They grew quickly, moving to larger premises in 1875, although after a further move they closed down in 1899. Read much more at http://www.scottishironwork.org/georgesmith.htm. There are further examples of almost identical pumps at Faversham, Kent; Elie, Fife; and Wick, Highland.

They produced small pumps too, which carry the same distinctive spout design as the larger pumps. Examples can be found at Darvel and Sorn, East Ayrshire; Plockton, Highlands; and Headcorn, Kent.
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J. Smith,
Whitchurch.
Reportedly the manufacturer of a pump in Prees, Shrops.
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Reportedly the makers of a pump in Bickley, Shropshire.
Smith & Watson Ltd,
Ironmongery Stores,
Ross.
Nameplate found on a contractor's pump in private hands in Ross-on-Wye. The hedgehog image is one that has long been associated with Ross-on-Wye, but I can find no further information on the company. It remains likely that the pump was made by another manufacturer, such as Davies Bros of Wolverhampton, or Appleby's of Renishaw. Joseph Evans made them too, but they usually managed to include their Lion trademark somewhere on the pump. Car insurance estimate progressive lighting
Sollory,
Nottingham.
"SOLLORY", "Plummers" [sic] and a date - 1826 - found on a lead pump at Wollaton Hall, Notts. Further research shows an entry for "Sollory John, Plumber & Glazier, Bridlesmith Gate" in Hodson's 1814 Directory for Nottingham. "Henry Sollary [sic] & Son, plumbers, glaziers, gas, bar & steam fitters, brass founders" appear in various directories for Mount St, Nottingham, in 1876, 1885 and 1891, and in St. James St in 1915. A James Sollory, plumber, is listed in the 1881 Census for Nottingham. Car insurance quote companies
C. W. Southall,
Comhampton,
Ombersley,
Worcs.
"C.W.SOUTHALL" reported stamped on the handle of a Thomas & Wilks pump in Kidderminster. William Southall was a blacksmith at 53 Gilgal, Lower Mitton, Stourport, in 1891. By 1901 he and his son, Charles William Southall, were working together at the same address as Pump Makers/Well Sinkers. Charles William Southall was recorded ten years later in the 1911 census for Comhampton, near Ombersley, Worcs, as a Pump Manufacturer.
W. Sparrow,
Martock.
Found on a pump at Montacute House, Soms, and another in Martock, Soms. William Sparrow (b. 1836) established the Somerset Wheel and Wagon Works in 1868 and by 1871 the company is recorded as employing 38 staff. Entries in Kelly's Directory continued until 1875 ("William Sparrow, Engineer, millwright, Brass and Iron founder, agricultural implement maker, and all kinds of iron and wood wheels, Somerset Wheel and Wagon Works.") but in 1876 he apparently sold the company. He must have continued in business and by the time of WWI William Sparrow was employing 80-100 men. Records show that the company produced almost 7000 artillery wheels, 800 howitzer wheels, 250 steel bomb carriages and over three quarters of a million tent pegs. Today there's still a William Sparrow Ltd operating from Sparrow Works, Bower Hinton, Martock. Car insurance ireland 2016 election

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Charles Steel,
16, Crossgate,
Cupar
"STEEL CUPAR 1861" seen on a pump at Letham, Fife, and "STEEL CUPAR 1868" on one at Moonzie, Fife. The trade directories for the area show Charles Steel, Plumber, at 16 Crossgate, Cupar, in 1861 and 1862, but the entry at that address for 1866 is for "Mrs. Charles Steel, Plumber". Thanks to the folk at Cupar Heritage Centre for providing key information allowing this identification to be made. Progressive car insurance cancellation fee
Stevenson & Turner Ltd,
63, Pilot St,
Belfast.

Later of 1-17 West St, Belfast.
Belfast street directories of 1901 and 1910 describe them as "lead and composition pipe manufacturers, and general plumbers' furnishers, metal merchants". The firm isn't mentioned in the 1880 directory, although Stevenson name do appear as foundry or metal workers. The standard pumps in their catalogue are mainly those of Lee Howl, but they also advertise "Belfast" pattern pumps (offering to include the customer's name around the pump head).and double-wheeled deep well pumps. Both types are widely seen in Ireland but hardly ever in GB.
T R Stewart,
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Temple St,
Birmingham
Seen on a pump in Raglan, Mon; in Alstone, Glos; on a lift & force pump that was originally in an old house in Herefordshire; and another has now been moved to a house in Ballycowan, Co. Down. There's also one at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, in Lincoln.

A slightly different maker's plate was seen on a lift and force pump, very similar to the Herefs pump, which was for sale in Cheltenham, Glos, and giving their address as Temple St, Birmingham. Evidence shows the company as being active in 1901 and in 1921.They also made sanitary ware, and were as some stage located in Berkley Street, Birmingham.

They went into liquidation in 1967, although by that time were described as "LEAD, GLASS, OIL AND COLOUR MERCHANTS of Charles Edward Road, Birmingham".

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J. Stone & Co.,
Arklowe Rd
Deptford
"J. STONE & CO DEPTFORD" seen on a pump in Dorking, Surrey. J. Stone & Co was founded by Josiah Stone in a workshop in Deptford in 1831 and it is recorded that in 1842 they "moved to railway arches where he made hand pumps and manual fire engines". From 1881 their engineering works moved to Arklowe Rd , Deptford, where they expanded enormously, establishing a Fastener Division, a Boiler Division, a Rail Division, and a Laundry Division. After various name changes and mergers the Deptford factory closed in 1969. Car insurance in panama

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Alfred Syer Ltd.,
14, Pentonville Rd
London N1
"A.Syer, [obscured word which might just be Pentonville Rd], London" seen on a pump in Great Walsingham, Norfolk, and - very clearly - also on a pump in Osmington, Dorset. The company made coal hole covers, many examples of which can still be found in London. California car insurance definitions

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Tasker & Sons,
Andover,
Hants
William Tasker and his brother founded the Waterloo Ironworks in 1813 and his sons took over the business in 1857. By 1865 they were producing steam engines. It became a private company in 1932. By 1937 it was advertisng itself as "General engineers and trailer builders", and post-war it used the name "Tasker Trailers". By 1961 it had 650 employees, but after a series of takeovers the works were closed and finally demolished in 1984. The brand name was dropped in the late 1990s. A Taskers chain pump reportedly survives at the Science Museum, London.
J. Tate,
Downpatrick,
Co. Down
"J. TATE DOWNPATRICK" Seen, indistinctly, on a pump at Myra Castle, Strangford, Co. Down. No further information. Temporary car insurance uk international licence in india
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The Metal Agencies Company Ltd.,
31-35 Queen Sq,
Bristol
a. "THEMAC" seen on a pump in a field in Winterbourne, S. Glos, which also carries the number 867-36. Features of the pump are very similar to those of the CLIMAX range, made by Thomas & Son of Worcester (see below).

b. "THEMAC" also found on a pump of a different design in Grouville, Jersey. Very similar ones at Boncath, Pembs; Monxton, Hants; and Hill, S. Glos.

c. "THEMAC" also found on semi-rotaries in Weston-super-Mare, N. Soms, and Glastonbury, Soms.

The Metal Agencies Company was established in Bristol in 1894 and produced a wide range of products for the ironmongery and builders merchants' trade. Its Head Office was at Queen Sq, but it had showrooms and warehouses in a number of Bristol locations, including Avon Works, Winterstoke Rd, Ashton Gate/Bedminster. The company published voluminous catalogues for many years and traded until at least 1970.
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Thomas & Son,
Worcester.
"THOMAS & SON WORCESTER" is on a pump on the outskirts of Worcester, on one at Leigh Sinton, Ripple, Worcs; and on another in Carlisle, Cumbs. The words "MADE FOR THOMAS & SON WORCESTER" is on one at Ladywood, Worcs. The firm was well known for its Climax range of windmills and pumps, and the name "CLIMAX" can be widely found on pumps in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Hampshire, Shrops, Cornwall, Sussex and Yorks, some of which also carry Climax part numbers. The pumps have a distinctive vertical slide bar; this reflects the windpump role where it would be connected via a linkage to the sails. The "rack and cog" gearing feature seems to be unique in the UK, but there are pumps of US manufacture which employ this design. The name "CLIMAX" appears on a stopcock attached to a Joseph Evans pump at Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk. The name THEMAC (see above) appears on a pump in Winterbourne, S. Glos, which carries a Climax stopcock and is obviously made by the same company. A Climax flywheel and crank deep well pump is at Sparham, Norfolk, and another has turned up in Hong Kong.

And there's a very unusual Climax pump jack at Ridgewell, Essex.

The owner of Thomas & Sons was a well-liked local benefactor, fondly known as "Pumpy Thomas".
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Thomas & Wilks,
Kidderminster.
"THOMAS & WILKS KIDDR" seen on a pump in The Grove at Ryall, Worcs; one at Rushock, Worcs; on a renovated pump in Beverley, E. Yorks; on a pump in a garden in Carlisle; and on a name plate behind a pump in Quatford, Shrops. All I can find is that they were pump makers and plumbers, and that accounts for the years 1891-1905 still exist. Nearby, in Ripple, Worcs, a pump displays the name "J. THOMAS KIDDR", and I don't yet know if this is the same company or a different one. See also "J. THOMAS LATE INSTON. KIDDR", below, under "INSTON". Search car insurance database
Thompson & xxx. Seen on the enormous pump in Bedford Row, Holborn, London. Rest of inscription obscured by layers of paint. Another pump in Queen Square, London, clearly made by the same company, but no name present.
Tianjin Shirun International Trade Co., Ltd.
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Exporters of various replica pumps, including a typical Irish cowtail pump such as the one at Wick, S. Glos. (See H. McManus & Sons, Ballymena, above.) They have also in the past advertised a pump with an "N" logo within a hexagon, and these trademarks can be found on pumps in Tewkesbury, Glos; Lugwardine, Herefs; Broadmoor, Pembs; Charlestown, Cornwall; and other locations. Some pumps on Tianjin's website now (2016) carry a "B" logo within a hexagon, and this mark has been seen on pumps at Cleasby, N. Yorks; Iddesleigh, Devon; nr Shawhead, Dumf & Gall; St. Clears, Carms, Castleton, Derbs, and Drumbo, Co. Down. (Also reported on a pump at Carlanstown, Co. Meath, Republic of Ireland, sitting on top of an extension pipe carrying the "P" trademark of Puteus.) In fact, many of their pumps are suspiciously similar to "P" pumps.

It's likely that they also produce a very similar pump with an "H" trademark, found by Marcus Simms on a pump offered for sale online.
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Trahern
Geo.D. Roper Corp ,
Rockford,
ILL.
USA
Seen on a pump in a garden in Stanton, Suffolk, restored to working condition about 20 years ago. Another, practically identical, model is at the Gressenhall Workhouse & Farm Museum, Norfolk. The Trahern Pump Company was established in Rockford, Illinois, in the 1860s, and bought up by Ropers in 1906. Insurance cars salvage

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George Turner,
Iron Founder,
63, Dorset St,
Fleet St,
London.
"TURNER, 63 DORSET ST, FLEET ST" seen on a pump in Lewisham (upper image, opposite), and at Abthorpe, Northants.
"TURNER, DORSET ST FLEET ST LONDON" seen on a pump in Hertford, and "TURNER, DORSET ST, FLEET ST, [and probably LONDON]" seen at Hunsdon, Herts (lower image, opposite).

The company is mentioned in "The Every-Day Book", written in 1825-26 by William Hone: "In 1821, the water for the fountain at Tottenham High Cross, represented in the engraving, was obtained by boring to a depth of one hundred and five feet, at the expense of the parish, for public accommodation. The water rises six feet above the surface, and flowing over a vase at the top of the column into a basin, as represented in the engraving, it pours from beneath. The boring for this spring and the fountain were suggested by Mr. Mathew, who first obtained water in Tottenham, by that method, and introduced the practice there. The pillar was designed by Messrs. Mathew and Chaplin, and executed by Mr. Turner of Dorset-street, Fleet-street, the well known manufacturer of the cast iron pumps; and not to withhold from him any of "his blushing honours," be it noted that he was till lately a common-councilman of the ward of Farringdon Without, where he still maintains his reputation as a "cunning workman in iron," and his good name as a good pump-maker, and as a worthy and repectable man. Public spirit should rise to the height of giving him, and others of the worshipful company of pump-makers, more orders."
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William Turton,
Kidderminster

"TURTON'S MILL STT KIDDR" seen on a pump at Harvington Hall, Harvington, nr Kidderminster.
"WILLIAM TURTON KIDDERMINSTER" hard to make out on a telephoto shot of a pump at Woodcote Green, Worcs. Richard and George Turton established Albion Foundry in Mill Street/Pitts Lane in 1831. Later in the 1830s they also opened a foundry at Caldwall, leaving the Albion Foundry in the hands of John, William and Jude Turton who by 1880 had sold it to Herbert Bale (see above). Other pumps in Chaddesley Corbett are identical.
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(a) J. Tylor and Sons, London. |More|

(b) J. Tylor & Sons
Engineers
London

(c) J. Tylor and Sons,
2 Newgate St,
London EC.

(d) J. Tylor & Sons
Engineers.
2 Newgate St.,
London

(e) J. Tylor & Sons,
Engineers,
Warwick Lane, London.

(f) J. Tylor & Sons
Newgate Street,
London

(g) J. Tylor & Sons
2 Newgate Street
London EC

(h) J. Tylor & Sons,
Warwick Lane,
London

(i) J. Tylor & Sons,
Belle Isle
London.N.
The company was founded in 1778 by John Tylor (b. 1756), who was a Quaker. It became J. Tylor and Sons Ltd in 1892, and in turn was renamed Tylors (Water & Sanitary) Ltd in 1920 and Tylors of London Ltd in 1947. They initially specialised in making tea urns, but by the end of the 19th Century had moved into manufacturing a wide range of hydraulic and sanitary equipment, including fire engines. They existed until 1974, when the company was sold and broken up.

(a) Seen on a pump in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

(b) Seen on a pump at Ifield Mill, nr Crawley, W. Sussex

(c) Pound St., Carshalton, Greater London.

(d) Found on pumps in Calbourne and Newtown, Isle of Wight, and Bourton-on-the-Water, Glos.

(e) On pumps in Gloucester and Ewelme, Oxon. Reportedly also one one in Steeple, Essex.

(f) On a pump in private hands in Dorking, Surrey.

(g) On a pump in Ferry Lane, Norwich.

(h) On a pump in Elstree Rd., Bushey Heath, Herts

A pump at Hughendon Manor (NT), Hygh Wycombe, is inscribed: "NEWGATE ST. J. TYLOR & SONS LT LONDON E.C.".

(i) On a pump in Kew Steam Museum,Greater London.
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J. B. Ulph,
St. Ives
Seen on a pump at Fen Drayton, Cambs. John Birt Ulph (1831-1906) was a St. Ives man. The 1861/71/81 censuses record him as being a partner in an ironmongery business, but by 1891 he was recorded as "ironmonger and valuer" - apparently a "metal trades valuer". In 1885 he took on a junior partner, Mr. F.T.Ruston, although his sons also worked in the family business at 25, Crown St., St. Ives. In latter years the business carried on as F.T.Ruston & Son. U er car insurance
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Seen on a pump at Cambridge's Museum of Technology. The pump also carries the marking "UMI 80 6". DPHE = Dept of Public Health Engineering, Bangladesh, and their website contains details of this model pump. Insurance renewal for car
J. Villiers,
Well Engineer.
Beverley.
Seen on pumps at Aike, Rudston, Fraisthorpe (and possibly Skerne), E. Yorks. J. Villiers appears in Bulmer's Directory of Beverley in 1892. Direct line car insurance uk email addresses
John Wainwright,
Clifton-upon-Teme,
Worcs
"J WAINWRIGHT CLIFTON ON TEME" seen on a pump at an architectural salvage company. Littlebury's Directory and Gazetteer of Worcester & District 1879 lists John Wainwright, pump maker and well sinker; the 1881 Census has him as a Machinist & Pumpmaker; and the 1891 Census has John Wainwright, Agricultural Machine and Pumpmaker. Insurance car uk groups yahoo
J. Wallace & Sons,
Graham Sq
Dennistoun
Glasgow.

Later at:
34, Paton St
Glasgow
"The Wallace Chain Pump" and "J. Wallace & Sons Ltd, Dennistoun, Glasgow" seen on a chain pump at Castleward, near Strangford, Co. Down. John Wallace & Sons of Graham Square, Dennistoun, Glasgow, was founded in 1857 and in 1961 the company was described as: "Manufacturers of agricultural machinery and implements including elevator potato diggers, spinner potato diggers, grain drills and turnip sowers" with 100 employees. A 1923 price list offers their chain pumps for sale.
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James Ward,
(Worcester) Ltd.
Engineers.
Name plate on a pump in the yard of the Tudor Cafe, Friar St., Worcester. Car insurance industry uk
John Warner & Sons, Crescent Foundry, Cripplegate, London. "Warners, London" seen on pump spouts in Baulking, Oxon; Brockham, Surrey; Fulking and Mayfield, Sussex; Penally, Pembs, St. Peter parish, Jersey, and many other locations. (a, b)

"Warners Patent London" appears on the handle of a pump that I've acquired (c), and "John Warner & Sons, London, Manufacturers" appears on a pump at Amberley Working Museum, W. Sussex (d).

Pumps at St.Lawrence, Isle of Wight; West Chiltington, Sussex; and Ixworth, Suffolk, carry the words "Warners London" on their caps (e), and one in Houghton, Cambs, carries the inscription "John Warner & Sons, Hydraulic Engineers, Crescent, Cripplegate, London".

Elsewhere it's stated that they were a brass, iron and bell founder (and not just any old bell founder - in 1856 they cast the first Big Ben, which unfortunately cracked), making pumps, horse gears, garden furniture and ornaments and fire-fighting equipment at the Crescent Foundry, Cripplegate. Also given as Spitalfields.

Lift & force pumps at both the Kingsbury Watermill Museum, St. Albans, and Shuttleworth House, Beds, have a complex maker's mark comprising a crescent moon with the initials "J.W&S" and "Crescent London" written within it, and next to it a bell motif (carrying a crest and "Patent"), and the word "Trademark". This trademark has now been found in a Warner's catalogue dated 1876 (f).

The large formal pump at Marden, Kent, carries the wording "J. WARNER AND SONS LD LONDON".

A Warners flywheel and crank pump at High Easter, Essex, also carries a coat of arms (g). This relects a royal warrant, and their catalogues proudly proclaimed "By Special Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen".

The name "WARNERS LONDON" appears on the cast iron "plank" of a lift & force pump at Lulworth Castle, East Lulworth. (h)

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Robert Warner & Co.,
Hall Lane,
Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex.
"R Warner & Sons Walton on the Naze" has been reported on a well pump. It turns out that the Warner family acquired land in Walton-on-the-Naze and there they established a second foundry - The Foundry Works - on Hall Lane. They exhibited 'a large variety of pumps' at the Royal Agricultural Show in York in 1900 and in 1911-1914 were apparently well known for their steam pumps. A catalogue from the era advertises "Windmills, wind-power pumping, irrigating, draining and corn-grinding equipment, etc.", under the name of "Robert Warner & Co, of the Crescent Foundry, Cripplegate, London EC, and The Foundry Works, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex". The Foundry Works employed up to 300 people at its peak and continued production after Robert's death in 1896. The business was sold in 1921 and finally closed in the 1960s.

"Robert Warner Pumps Ltd" seen on a pump in Grouville, Jersey, in association with the name of Henry Watson & Sons.
E. Watson,
Bishops Stortford.
"E. WATSON BS STORTFORD" seen on a pump at Braintree, Essex, and reportedly also on a couple at Great Canfield and one at Puttock's End, Essex. Can you drive an insured car without insurance in ontario
F. Watson,
Church Street,
Bp. Stortford.
Reported on pumps in High Wych, Herts, and Matching, Essex. Transcription error for E. Watson?
Henry Watson & Sons,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Seen on a pump in Grouville, Jersey, which also carried the name of Robert Warner Pumps Ltd. Very little known of the company other than that they were advertised as "producing castings" and were active in 1908. Car insurance for uk driver in usa
Weeks & Petman,
Perseverance ironworks,
Waterside,
Maidstone
Seen on a flywheel and crank pump near Crouch, Kent. William Weeks was recorded in 1840 as being a millwright of Maidstone, Kent. Some years later he was in partnership with Robert Petman, and the company was described as being ironfounders, engineers and millwrights. In 1856 the partnership had been dissolved and William Weeks set up a new partnership with his son, also named William. By 1889 they were moving ever more towards agricultural engineering, and in 1893 the company was incorporated as W. Weeks and Son Ltd. In 1894 they displayed a "self-acting steam cultivator and apparatus for dispersing vapour and drying hops, malt, etc" and other machines at the Royal Agricultural Society's Show. In 1915 they agreed to produce a lightweight tractor for a local fruit and hop grower by the name of Dungey, and produced a number of Weeks-Dungey models until 1925. By the 1940s the company was producing tar spraying machinery, crop sprayers, orchard sprayers and farm trailers. Groupama insurance uk car
W. Weir,
Ballyroney
Co. Down.
"W WEIR BAL LYRONEY" [sic] seen on a pump in Ballyroney, Co. Down. No further information, although there is an Agricultural & Garden Machinery company by the name of John A. Weir & Sons still in business in Ballyroney. (Established 1867) Money back deals on car insurance
Charles A. Wells,
Engineer,
Lewes.
Reported on a pump in Ringmer and two in Fulking, Sussex. I've established that Charles Aspull Wells & Son, ironmongers, operated from Etna Ironworks, Lewes, in the latter part of the 19th Century. In 1869 they obtained a 14 year lease on "a house, workshops and factories near the bridge", from the "trustees of Henry Attwood Thompson (a lunatic)". However, they went bankrupt, and the business was assigned to creditors, 1891-1893. He was also a councillor, and secretary of the Lewes Mechanics Institution at its demise in 1880. Top 10 car insurance companies 2011
Richard Wells,
4, Pump Row,
Old Street Road,
Shoreditch,
London.
"Rd. Wells, 4, Old St. Road, London" seen on a large pump in Aylesford, Kent. Insurance records from 1823 show a Richard Wells, pump maker, at 4, Pump Row, Old Street Road, and in 1827 a Richard Wells, lead pump maker, at 6, Pump Row, Old Street Road. This seems to have been in Shoreditch. Usaa car insurance card
Whatley & Co.,
Pewsey.
Seen on pumps in Shrivenham, Oxon, and Easton Royal, Wilts. Oatley & Morris were iron founders, engineers and agricultural implement makers, who set up business in 1855 in Wootton Rivers. See: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.

They became Oatley & Whatley and in about 1870, as Whatley and Hosier, they moved from Wootton Rivers to Pewsey to set up an Iron and Brass Foundry & Water Engineering company. Their successors nowadays are Whatley & Co (Pewsey) Ltd, who are apparently still in the Water Engineering business.
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H. Wilks,
Bramham.
Found on a lead pump in Saxton, N. Yorks. Countrywide car insurance contact number
W. H. Willcox & Co,
32-38 Southwark St,
London SE.
(Works in Castle St.)
"NO.1", "ORIGINAL WILLCOX PUMP", "BRITISH MADE" and "SSA". seen on a pump in a collection in Ballycowan, Co. Down. The company was established in 1876 and became a public limited company in 1897. From 1899 they were advertising semi-rotary wing pumps, which in fact seem to be the only pump type they produced. They manufactured a wide range of engineering "requisites" and didn't finally go out of business until 1986.

Examples also found at Kew Steam Museum.
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D. Williams
Late T. Paskin
Dudley
Seen on a pump at Long Itchington, Warks. See also T. Paskin, above.
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R. H. Williams,
3 Water Street,
Bristol .
Listed in trade directories over the period 1857-1860 as iron, wood & lead pump-maker.
A.W. Willis,
33, Dublin Rd,
Belfast .
"W.Willis, Dublin Road, Belfast" and the date 1900 seen on a pump in Drumbo, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. A 1901 Belfast street directory lists A.W.Willis of 33, Dublin Rd as a plumber, gas and steam fitter. Group 1 insurance cars uk to malta
Charles Winn & Co.,
Birmingham.
Found on pumps in Mickleton, Sherborne and Naunton, Glos; Lacock, Wilts; Lambley, Notts; Staunton, Warks; and Y Felinheli, Gwynedd (which also carries a diamond logo). Charles Winn & Co were engineers and brassfounders. They seem to have been established in about 1869, and produced gas and steam fittings, plumbers' brasswork, beer engines and firefighting equipment. At http://www.oldcopper.org/ there is reference to their trademark being found on the bottom of a heavy brass bowl. Their 1897 catalogue offered safety valves for sale and they were latterly quoted as being one of Britain's biggest valve manufacturers, specialising in high performance butterfly valves. They were still in business in 1976, when they moved across Birmingham from Communication Row to Bordesley. They became part of the Delta Metal Group at some stage, but eventually closed down in 1999, their valves continuing to be made under their name by Hindle Cockburns of Leeds.

The pump at Staunton, Warks, also carries the number 385 in a roundel, and it's thought highly likely that other numbers seen similarly displayed are also Charles Winn pumps - some of which also have the distinctive Charles Winn finial.
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Winnington & Co,
Wilson St.,
Belfast.



Winnington & Sefton
Reported on a large pump in Dromore, Co. Down; Rock, Co.Tyrone; Stewartstown, Co.Tyrone; and also on one at Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry. "WINNINGTON & CO ENGINEERS BELFAST 1897" seen on a pump at Auchnacloy, Co. Tyrone.

An 1861 trade directory shows Henderson & Winnington, brass founders and gas fitters of 5 Mill St. By 1880 the firm John Winnington & Co had been established at 7 & 9, Wilson St (click for a detailed advertisement for the firm). By 1901 they had expanded to take up much more of the street, as it was advertised as Winnington & Co., brass founders, engineers and machinists of 5-15 Wilson's [sic] St.

"WINNINGTON & SEFTON BELFAST" seen on a pump in Ballynahinch, Co. Down. No further information on that company, but an 1880 Belfast directory includes "Sefton, John, brass founder, 19 Dock Street" and "Sefton, John, (of John Winnington & Co.), 19 Dock Street.
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Winwood & Co,
Bristol.
"WINWOOD BRISTOL" just about discernible on a pump in Tytherington, Glos. There was a firm called John Winwood, Ironfounder, of 43 & 44 Milk St., Bristol, advertised in Pigot's 1830 Directory for Gloucestershire. A far more grand pump at Petty France, near Dunkirk, S. Glos, carries the words "WINWOOD & Co BRISTOL". And now we've found one at Upton Cheyney, S. Glos, on which "WINWOOD" can just be made out, together with a more obvious "BRISTOL".
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J. Wright Seen on a large cast iron pump advertised for sale on eBay.
Wyatt Brothers,
Engineers,
Whitchurch,
Shropshire
"WYATT BROTHERS HYDRAULIC & GENERAL ENGINEERS WHITCHURCH, SALOP." seen on pumps at Blists Hill Museum, Shropshire, Waverton, Cheshire, and Lympstone, Devon. The company was established in 1879 and is still in business. Lapsed car insurance coverage
Chas Yapp,
Worcester.
On a pump in Kempsey, Worcs. Can't find out anything about the company yet, but a George William Yapp of Worcester was listed as a well sinker in 1905. Uk car insurance group 3 uk
John D.Young & Sons,
Barnstaple.
The makers of a pump in Chulmleigh, Devon. A trade directory of 1870 lists them as "iron and brass founder, plumber and wholesale ironmonger, Silver street; h. 9, Taw Vale parade". Provident car insurance policy wording
Zwicky Ltd.,
Buckingham Av.,
Slough,
Bucks.
"ZWICKY PATENT" appears on what seems to be a highly engineered and expensive industrial pump rather incongruously installed in a traditional tiled shelter on the green at Farnham Royal, Bucks. From the 1930s to the 60s Zwicky advertised themselves as refuelling specialists to the aviation industry, their products including filters, pumps, hose reels, valves, swivel connections and emergency stop controls. An earlier advertisement from 1913 shows that at that stage Zwicky produced simple hand pumps. 1 day car insurance for 2 drivers
Unknown. Seen on pumps in East Cowes and Shorwell, Isle of Wight, on pumps which seem to be MacFarlane No. 1 models. Current thinking is that they were perhaps supplied by MacFarlane's, under an Admiralty contract. Georgia minimum car insurance
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Unknown. This HP75 mark is on pumps in Hatherden, Hants; Wilstone, Herts; and Hellidon, Northants; and looks very similar to the NP75 produced by Kovoplast, but also to one of the 75 mm series made by Jiangyang. There's either a link between these two companies or somebody is blatantly copying somebody else's design. A pump with the HP75 marking in Ardross, Highlands, also carries a small "C" on its handle - and this "C" has also been seen on a very different pump in Laughton-en-le-Morthen, South Yorks.
See also "HP64", below.
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Unknown. A thistle trademark seen on a semi-rotary near Haverfordwest. Also carries the inscription "No 5". 25 plus car insurance reviews
Unknown. A small pump at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewen, Cornwall, carries what looks like "AK" in a circle, with possibly another letter between them - and many other numbers, but they're obscured by layers of paint. There's a "75" on the handle. Temporary car insurance overseas visitors uk
Unknown. A small pump in the grounds of a hotel in Kents Bank, Cumbs, carries a flower motif, "MADE IN ENGLAND" on the spout and, on the back, "VCI". The same model has been found at Great Gransden, Cambs, and for sale in a second hand shop in Blandford Forum, Dorset. Rental car totaled no insurance
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Currently thought to be Charles Winn of Birmingham. Possible "380" on a pump at Cropredy, Oxon, and another at Aston-le-Walls, Northants. Shifting gears smoothly car insurance
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Unknown. "HP" seen on six pumps on an Oxford allotment; on some further allotments at Somersham, Cambs; at Botany Bay, nr Catbrook, Mon; Stanwick, Northants; and Ruskin Mill, Horsley, Glos. There's also one at Beeswing, Dumf & Gall, which carries an "HP" in a hexagon on its base plus "HP75" on its barrel. Ntuc car insurance address
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Unknown. "ENGLISH VILLAGE PUMP" An alloy label, always fixed on to the barrel with two cross-head screws, seen on pumps in Ashby Magna, Leics; Huntington, Herefs; Llanychaer, Llanteg and Milton, Pembs; Arlesey, Beds; Ardley, Oxon; Bainton, E.Yorks; Witton-le-Wear, Co.Durham; Carlisle, Cumbs; and Lack, Co. Fermanagh. One at Laugharne, Carms, also carries a Lee Howl flag and roundel. And one was offered for sale at a garden centre in Cenarth, Carms, a few years ago. So the conclusion is that this was a company which refurbished old pumps, affixed their badge, and sold them on. No further information The green car insurance reviews
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Unknown. The name "HOBB'S PATENT" seen on a lift and force pump in a salvage yard in Antrim Town. Parked car no insurance fine ny
Unknown. "PRIMUS" on the barrel and an indecipherable model number on the spout of a pump at Sidlow, Surrey.
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Here is the Queen’s birthday honours list in full:

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Henry Angest. National Treasurer Conservative Party. For political service. (London)

Professor Harshad Kumar Dharamshi Bhadeshia F. R.S., Tata Steel Professor of Metallurgy, University of Cambridge. For services to Science and Technology. (Cambridgeshire)

The Rt Hon Simon Hugh McGuigan Burns. Member of Parliament for Chelmsford. For parliamentary and political service. (Essex)

Dr Philip Henry Montgomery Campbell. Editor in chief Nature. For services to Science. (London)

Dr Kevan Arthur Collins. Chief executive Education Endowment Foundation. For services to Education. (London)

Naim Eliahou Dangoor, CBE. Philanthropist. For charitable services. (London)

Michael Lawrence Davis. Chair Prime Minister’s Holocaust Commission. For services to Holocaust Commemoration and Education.

Ciaran Gearoid Devane. Chief executive Macmillan Cancer Support. For services to Cancer Patients. (London)

Professor Charles Peter Downes, OBE, FRSE. Principal and vice-Chancellor, University of Dundee. For services to Higher Education and Life Sciences. (Newport-on-Tay, Fife)

Gareth Owen Edwards, CBE. For services to Sport and for charitable services. (Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan)

Bernard Peter Gray. Chief of Defence Materiel Ministry of Defence. For public service, particularly to Defence. (Oxfordshire)

Patrick Head. Director Williams Hybrid Power Ltd. For services to Motorsport. (London)

Lenworth George Henry, CBE. Actor and Comedian. For services to Drama and Charity. (London)

The Rt Hon Simon Henry Ward Hughes. Member of Parliament for Bermondsey and Old Southwark. For public and political service. (London)

Thomas Baird Jeffery, CB. Director general, Department for Education, Children’s Services and Departmental Strategy Directorate. For services to the Department for Education. (Lewes, East Sussex)

Dr Karl William Pamp Jenkins, CBE. Composer. For services to Composing and Crossing Musical Genres. (London)

Paul Stephen Kenny. General secretary GMB Union. For services to Trade Unions. (London)

Dr James Loy Macmillan, CBE. Composer and conductor. For services to Music. (Glasgow)

Francis McLoughlin, CBE. Principal, City and Islington College and Chair, Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning. For services to Further Education. (London)

Iain Macleod McMillan, CBE. For services to the Scottish Economy. (Falkirk, Stirling and Falkirk)

George Ivan Morrison, OBE. For services to the Music Industry and to Tourism in Northern Ireland. (Down)

Professor Stephen John Nickell, CBE, FBA. Economist. For services to Economics. (Banbury, Oxfordshire)

Dr Nicholas Beaver Penny, FBA. Director general, National Gallery. For services to the Arts. (London)

Professor Hussein Munir Pirmohamed. David Weatherall Chair of Medicine University of Liverpool. For services to Medicine. (West Kirby, Merseyside)

Andreas Whittam Smith, CBE. For public service particularly to the Church of England. (London)

Gary Keith Verity. Chief executive Welcome to Yorkshire. For services to Tourism and the Tour De France Grand Depart 2014. (North Yorkshire)

Professor Ian Vincent Derrick Weller. Emeritus Professor of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Department of Infection and Population Health, University College, London.

For services to HIV Research. (Grantham, Lincolnshire)

Nicholas John Weller. Executive Principal Dixons Academies, Bradford. For services to Education. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Adrian Edwin White, CBE, DL. For services to International Trade and Investment. (Dorking, Surrey)

ORDER OF THE BATH

GCB

Sir Nicholas Ian Macpherson, KCB. Permanent secretary, HM Treasury. For public service. (London)

DCB

Ms Una O’Brien, CB. Permanent secretary, Department of Health. For public service, particularly to Healthcare. (London)

CB

Ms Dawn Brodrick. Director People, Capability and Change, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Public Administration. (Woking, Surrey)

William David Adams Haire. Permanent secretary Department for Social Development Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Government in Northern Ireland. (Lisburn, Antrim)

Mrs Helen Shirley-Quirk. Director, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response, Department of Health. For services to Public Health Protection. (Reading, Berkshire)

Oliver Robbins. Director general Civil Service, Cabinet Office. For public service. (London)

Ms Jacqueline Sharpe. Acting Clerk assistant House of Commons. For parliamentary service. (London)

Miss Patsy Wilkinson, MBE. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Peter Richard Worrall, OBE. Chief of Materiel (Joint Enablers), Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (Chippenham, Wiltshire)

ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER

KCVO

Simon Hugh Patrick Boyle. Lord-Lieutenant of Gwent.

Archibald Hugh Duberly, CBE. Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire.

CVO

Charles Henry Barnett. Formerly chief executive Ascot Racecourse.

Ewen John Brodie Of Lethen. Lord-Lieutenant of Nairnshire. (Scotland)

Sir Charles William Dunstone. Chairman The Prince’s Trust. (Essex)

The Honourable Robin William Lewis, OBE. Lord-Lieutenant of Dyfed.

Mrs The Honourable Hilary Mary Weston. C.M. For services to the College of St. George.

Edward Young, LVO. Deputy private secretary to The Queen.

LVO

Dr David Michael Dixon, OBE. Medical Adviser to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Stephen Lee Howard. Chief executive Business in the Community.

Mark James Lane, MVO. Gardens manager, London Palaces, Royal Household.

David John Read, MVO. Deputy Superintendent, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Royal Household. (Scotland)

The Reverend Canon Jonathan Byam Valentine Riviere. Domestic Chaplain at Sandringham. (Norfolk )

Peter Bernard Smith. Director of Information Systems and Telecommunications Royal Household.

Mrs Tracy Annette Watkins, MVO. Secretary to the Lord Chamberlain, Royal Household.

MVO

Lt Col David William Nicholas Bevan. Equerry to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Mrs Linda Alice Bissett. Assistant Clerk to the Lieutenancy of Fife.

Miss Carolyn Marjorie Bloch. Formerly Deputy Chair Pacific Leaders Forum Board, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conferences.

Miss Joanne Butcher. Visitor Services manager Palace of Holyroodhouse. (Scotland)

Mohammed Saleh Faisel Choudhry. For services to the Royal Household.

Professor William Howard Coaldrake. For services to the Royal Collection.

Mrs Thea Geraldine Coley. Formerly assistant private secretary to The Duke of Cambridge.

Gary James Coutts, RVM. Head Stalker, Balmoral Estate.

Lt Col Raymond Roland Giles. Military Knight of Windsor.

Mrs Elizabeth Jane Alexandra Guest. Communications Team Office manager, Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Craig Lennard Kowalik. Formerly assistant private secretary (Commonwealth) to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Mrs Frances Matthews. Private secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of West Glamorgan.

Maj Richard John Moore. Military Knight of Windsor. (no address )

Christopher Raymond Murray. Business Development and Counters manager Windsor Farm Shop. (Berkshire)

David John Oates, RVM. Coachman and State Harness Cleaner, Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace. (London)

Michael Paul James O’Neill. Consultant Podiatrist. For services to the Royal Household.

Inspector Gordon Henry Owen. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection. (London)

Inspector Sandra Teresa Perry. Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection. (London)

Mrs Karen Elizabeth Rhodes. Senior Access Control Officer, Royal Household. (London)

Christopher Sandamas. Chief Clerk private secretary’s Office, Royal Household. (London)

John Sawle. Deputy Clerk to the Lieutenancy of Cornwall. (Cornwall)

Mrs Lei Song. Merchandiser, Royal Collection Trust.

John Peter Dimitri Wienand. Partner Farrer & Co.

Mrs Sheila Ann Wileman. Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Bristol. (Gloucestershire-Bristol-Bath)

MVO (Honorary)

Miss Catherine Anne Mary Murray. Personal assistant Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. (no address )

Karl-Ludwig Rehse. Dressmaker to The Queen.

ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL

RVM (Gold)

Roger Edward Standen, RVM. Linen Room assistant, Royal Household.

RVM (Silver)

Brian Dixon. Water Services Operator Crown Estate, Windsor.

James Duncan. Yeoman Warder HM Tower of London. (London)

Stuart Laurence Fitch. Gardener Sandringham Estate. (Norfolk)

David Grimson. Livery Porter, Buckingham Palace (To be dated April 22, 2015).

Keith Jackson. Gardener Buckingham Palace. (London)

David Wolfgang Lowe. Chauffeur Royal Household.

Nicholas Simon Matthews. Warden Crown Estate, Windsor. (Berkshire)

Andrew Reddy. Gardener Household of The Duke of York.

ORDER OF THE COMPANIONS OF HONOUR

CH

Sir Neville Marriner, CBE. Conductor. For services to Music. (London)

Harry Kenneth The Rt Hon Baron Woolf. For services to the public and community relations.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

DBE

Professor Frances Mary Ashcroft, FRS. Professor of Physiology, University of Oxford. For services to Medical Science and the Public Understanding of Science. (Oxfordshire)

Professor Victoria Geraldine Bruce, OBE, FBA, FRSE. Vice-president for Public Engagement, British Academy and Professor of Psychology, Newcastle University. For services to Higher Education and Psychology. (Stocksfield, Northumberland)

Ms Frances Anne Cairncross, CBE, FRSE. Rector, Exeter College, University of Oxford. For services to Higher Education and to Economics. (Oxfordshire)

Professor Lesley Anne Glover, CBE, FRSE. Chief Scientific Adviser to the president of the European Commission. For services to Science.

Ms Zarine Kharas. Founder and chief executive JustGiving.com. For services to Business and Charity. (London)

Dr Nemat Talaat Shafik. Deputy managing director International Monetary Fund. For services to Public Administration and the Global Economy. (London)

CBE
Robert Gribben Adair. Chief executive Belfast Harbour Commissioners. For services to the UK Ports Industry and voluntary service to Business in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Dr James Noel Adams. FBA Emeritus Fellow, All Souls College, University of Oxford. For services to Latin Scholarship. (Knutsford, Cheshire)

Alexander Beveridge Anderson, OBE, DL. Chair, Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to the Tees Valley Region. (Darlington, Durham)

Professor Jane Anderson. Consultant Physician and director Centre for the Study of Sexual Health and HIV, Homerton Hospital. For services to HIV Medicine and Sexual Health Research. (London)

Mrs Clarissa Mary Baldwin, OBE. Chief executive, Dogs Trust. For services to Animal Welfare. (London)

Dr Maria Jane Balshaw. Director Whitworth Art Gallery and Manchester Art Gallery. For services to the Arts. (Greater Manchester)

Jonathan Roy Blair. Documentary Filmmaker. For services to Film. (London)

Thomas Michael Bond, OBE. Author. For services to Children’s Literature. (London)

Dr John Richard Bradley. Consultant Physician and Nephrologist Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Health Research. (Cambridgeshire)

Roderick Hilary Brooks. Philanthropist. For charitable services through the Rory and Elizabeth Brooks Foundation and to the Brooks World Poverty Institute at the University of Manchester.

Donal Brown. Director UK Joint Ebola Taskforce. For services to International Development. (Winchester, Hampshire)

Robin Francis Budenberg. Chairman UK Financial Investments. For services to Taxpayers and the Economy. (Colchester, Essex)

David Neill Bull. Chief executive UNICEF UK. For humanitarian services. (Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Carol Burke. Managing director, Unipart Manufacturing Group. For services to Engineering. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Mrs Elaine Inglesby-Burke. Executive Nurse director and Deputy chief executive, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing. (St Helens, Merseyside)

Professor Graham Douglas Caie. For services to Education and Research in Britain and Europe and to Native Languages. (Bearsden, Glasgow)

Dr John Charles Cater. Vice-Chancellor Edge Hill University. For services to Higher Education and Teacher Training. (Wigan, Greater Manchester)

Jonathan Church. Artistic director Chichester Festival Theatre. For services to the Theatre. (Chichester, West Sussex)

Greg Clark. For services to Economic Development.

John Connaghan. Director for Health Workforce and Performance Scottish Government. For services to NHS Scotland. (Edinburgh)

Professor Julian Moray Crampton, DL. Vice Chancellor, University of Brighton. For services to Higher Education. (East Sussex)

Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch. Actor. For services to the Performing Arts and to Charity. (London)

Ms Nicola Whitmont Dandridge. Chief executive Universities UK. For services to Higher Education. (London)

Mrs Priscilla Elizabeth Davies, OBE. For voluntary services to the community in South Wales. (Coed-y-paen, Monmouthshire)

Mrs Teresa Ogilvy Dent. Chief executive, Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust. For services to Wildlife Conservation. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)

Chiwetel Ejiofor, OBE. Actor. For services to Drama. (London)

Ms Jane Elizabeth Everton. Deputy director Planning (Development Plans), Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Planning. (London)

Alan Finch. Executive director Chichester Festival Theatre. For services to the Theatre. (Chichester, West Sussex)

Geoffrey Howard French. Chairman and Scott Wilson president, Institution of Civil Engineers. For services to Civil Engineering. (Newbury, Berkshire)

Professor Angela Mary Cecilia Gallop. Co-founder and chief executive Axiom International Ltd. For services to Forensic Science. (Abingdon, Oxfordshire)

Michael John Stanley Gibbons, OBE. Chair, Regulatory Policy Committee. For services to Regulatory Reform. (Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire)

Professor Christopher Aidan Gilligan. Head of Epidemiology and Modelling Group University of Cambridge. For services to Plant Health in the field of Epidemiology. (Cambridgeshire)

Councillor Peter Golds, OBE. Councillor, London Borough of Tower Hamlets. For services to Local Government. (London)

Stephen Goldstein, DL. Chairman and chief executive Officer, Alexander Stevens 1995 Ltd. For services to Business and the community in the West Midlands. (Solihull, West Midlands)

Norman Griffith Goodwin. Chief executive Adoption Matters Northwest. For services to Social Work and Adoption. (Chester, Cheshire)
Professor Rachel Griffith, FBA. Professor of Economics, University of Manchester. For services to Economic Policy. (Stockport, Greater Manchester)

Dr Loyd Grossman, OBE. For services to Heritage. (London)

Professor Elizabeth Anne Howlett Hall. Professor of Analytical Biotechnology University of Cambridge and Chair, Disability Snowsports UK. For services to Higher

Education and to Sport. (Stoke Charity, Hampshire)

Simon Halsey. Choral conductor. For services to Music. (Warwick, Warwickshire)

His Honour Iain McCormick Hamilton. Senior Circuit Judge and Designated Family Judge for Manchester. For services to Family Justice. (Stockport, Greater Manchester)

Ms Barbara Shirley Hann. Chief executive ACE Credit Union Services. For services to the Financially Excluded. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Christopher Harrison, JP. Deputy director, Specialist Delivery Criminal Investigation, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Revenue Protection and voluntary service to Justice. (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)

Professor David Arnold Hill. Chairman Environment Bank and Deputy chairman, Natural England. For services to Nature Conservation and the Economy. (Ripon, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Janet Anne Hill. Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Diversity and Inclusion. (London)

Jonathan Andrew Hill. Investigator Independent Commission for the Location of Victims’ Remains. For services to the Northern Ireland Peace Process. (London)

Stephen Edward John Hoddell. Chair Samaritans UK and Ireland. For services to Civil Society. (Chew Stoke, Bristol)

Christopher Charles Maxim Hole. Chairman and chief executive Officer Universal Music Group International. For services to the Music Industry. (London)

Professor Anthony John Holland. Professor of the Psychiatry of Learning Disabilities University of Cambridge. For services to Psychiatry. (Cambridgeshire)

Peter John Gibson Horrocks. Director BBC World Service Group. For services to Broadcasting. (Bedfordshire)

Jeremy Hughes. Chief executive The Alzheimer’s Society. For services to Older People. (London)

Jeremy Michael Isaacs. Chair Remuneration Committee, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to the NHS. (London)

Professor James Anthony Jackson, FRS. Professor of Active Tectonics, University of Cambridge. For services to Environmental Science. (Cambridgeshire)

Richard Matthew Jeavons. Chief executive Independent Reconfiguration Panel and director of Commissioning, Specialised Services, NHS England. For services to the NHS. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

David Bernard Kennedy. Chief executive Committee on Climate Change. For services to the Environment. (London)

Jonathan Kent. Opera and Musical director. For services to Music and Theatre. (London)

Ms Melanie Jane Leech. Director general Food and Drink Federation. For services to the Food and Drink Industry. (Horsham, West Sussex)

Mrs Nusrat Mehboob Lilani, OBE. Founder and Chair, Women of the Future. For services to Women in Business.

Dr Ann Geraldine Limb, OBE, DL. For political service.

Ms Helen Margaret Mahy. For services to Business and voluntary service particularly to the Legal Profession and Diversity in the Workplace. (Oxted, Surrey)

John Kenneth Mason. Head of Directorate for Economic Development Scottish Government. For public service to Business and Major Events. (Linlithgow, West Lothian)

John Alexander Matheson. Director of Health Finance e-Health and Analytics, Scottish Government. For services to Healthcare. (Edinburgh)

Ms Clare Elizabeth Matterson. Director of Strategy Wellcome Trust. For services to Public Engagement with Science. (Brundish, Suffolk)

Dr Heather McGregor. For services to Business especially Employment Skills and Diversity in the Workplace. (Didcot, Oxfordshire)

Nicola Lady Mendelsohn. Co-Chair, Creative Industries Council and vice president, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Facebook. For services to Creative Industries. (London)

Mrs Theresa Middleton. Director, Business Customer and Strategy, London, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Small Businesses. (London)

Andrew Harold Mitchell. Programme director Crossrail. For services to Civil Engineering. (London)

Dr Chaand Nagpaul. Chair General Practitioners Committee, British Medical Association. For services to Primary Care. (London)

Ms Amanda Nevill. Chief executive British Film Institute. For services to the Film Industry. (London)

Ms Elizabeth Mary Nicholl, OBE. Chief executive, UK Sport. For services to Sport. (Hitchin, Hertfordshire)

Professor Jonathan Paul Nicholl. Dean School for Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield. For services to Health Research. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Mrs Carole Ann Oatway. Chief executive, Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. For services to Victims of Crime. (Bearsden, Glasgow)

Ms Diana Owen. Chief executive and Trustee LEAD Academy Trust. For services to Education. (Gamston Village, Nottinghamshire)

Mrs Lynne Gillian Owens, QPM. Chief Constable, Surrey Police. For services to Policing and Criminal Justice. (Woking, Surrey)

Hamid Patel. Chief executive Tauheedul Education. For services to Education. (Blackburn, Lancashire)

Charles William Plant. Chair Solicitors Regulation Authority Board. For services to Legal Education and Regulation. (Tunbridge Wells, Kent)

Alexander Moinet Poots. Chief executive Officer and Artistic director Manchester International Festival. For services to the Arts. (London)

Mrs Christina Ann Potter. Principal, Dundee and Angus College. For services to Education. (Edinburgh)

Richard Alan Pym. Chairman UK Asset Resolution. For services to Taxpayers and Financial Stability. (Hatfield, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Christina Henking Muller Rees. For services to the Church of England. (Royston, Hertfordshire)

Dr Andrew John McGlashan Richards. Chairman Altacor, Ixico, Abcodia, Congenica and Novacta. For services to Investment in the Life Sciences Industry. (Cambridgeshire)

Edward Charles Richards. Chief executive Office of Communications. For services to Media. (London)

Peter Roberts. Principal Leeds City College. For services to Further Education. (Wetherby, West Yorkshire)

Ms Jaee Kamalnath Samant. Director Labour Market Policy, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For services to the Reform of Social Policy. (London)

Judge Derek Searby, TD. District Tribunal Judge. For services to the Administration of Justice and the Tribunals Judiciary. (Pontefract, West Yorkshire)

Malcolm Shepherd. Chief executive Officer Sustrans. For services to Transport and the Environment. (Bristol)

Neil Roger Sherlock. For public and political service. (Surrey)

Dr Hari Prasad Mohan Lal Shukla, OBE. For services to Interfaith and to the community in Tyne and Wear. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Ms Louise Isabelle (Mrs Mirwitch) Silverton. For services to Midwifery and Maternal and Child Health.

Councillor David Simmonds. Deputy Leader London Borough of Hillingdon and Executive Member, Local Government Association. For services to Children, Families and Local Government. (London)

Dominic Crispin Adam Simon. Managing director Trade Group, UK Trade and Investment. For services to the Development of Trade for UK Exporters. (Bath, Somerset)

Nathaniel Lester Sloane. For services to Venture Philanthrophy and Social Investment.

Mrs Gillian Mary Slocombe. Chief Guide. For services to Girls and Young Women.

Anthony David Steen. Chairman the Human Trafficking Foundation. For services to fighting Modern Day Slavery.

Ms Carole Stone. For services to Market Research and to charity.

Ms Yvonne Anne Strachan, OBE. Head of Equality, Scottish Government. For services to Equality in the UK.

Andrew John Street. Managing director John Lewis. For services to Economic Growth and Chair, Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership. (West-Midlands)

Ms Francesca Sulke. Executive director Children and Young People, Lewisham, London. For services to Education.

Peter John Charles Troughton. Pro-Chancellor and Chair of Council Universty of Bath. For services to Business, Education and Culture.

Mark-Anthony Turnage. Composer. For services to Music.

Edmund Arthur Wallis. For services to Business and Charity.

Mrs Sara Vivienne Weller. For public service.

Nigel Gordon Whitehead. Group managing director Programmes and Support BAE Systems and commissioner, UKCES. For services to Vocational Education and Skills. (Leyland, Lancashire)

Jonathan Peter Wilkinson, OBE. For services to Rugby Union. (Hexham, Northumberland)

Dr Lena Cooper Wilson. Chief executive Scottish Enterprise. For services to Economic Development in Scotland. (Glasgow)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL

OBE

Professor Kenneth Addley. Director of Occupational Health Service Northern Ireland Civil Service. For services to Occupational Health. (Belfast)

Mark Isaac Adlestone. For services to Business and Charity in the North of England. (Altrincham, Greater Manchester)

David Michael Ahern. Chief executive Officer Shannon Trust. For services to Prisoners and the community.

Dr Sidney Christopher Alford. Founder and chairman Alford Technologies Ltd. For services to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology. (Corsham, Wiltshire)

Ms Sharon Jane Allen. Chief executive Officer Skills for Care. For services to Social Care, Homeless People and Housing. (Cambridgeshire)

James Anderson. Cricketer. For services to Cricket. (Altrincham, Greater Manchester)

Brig John Anthony Anderson. Chairman The Gurkha Brigade Association. For services to the Gurkha Regiments. (Purley on Thames, Berkshire)

His Grace Bishop Anba Angaelos. General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the UK. For services to International Religious Freedom. (Stevenage, Hertfordshire)

Ms Karen Andersen Armstrong. Author. For services to Literature and Interfaith Dialogue. (London)

Mark Edward Astarita. Director of Fundraising. British Red Cross. For services to Emergency First Aid and Fundraising. (Harlow, Essex)

Dr Janet Atherton. President Association of Directors of Public Health. For services to Public Health. (Wirral, Merseyside)

Councillor Elaine Atkinson. Leader Borough of Poole Council. For services to Local Government. (Poole, Dorset)

Ms Mary Ann Georgina Auckland. Head of Campaigns and Marketing External Communications, Department for Communities and Local Government. For public service, particularly to Fire Safety. (London)

Andrew David Bacon. Chair Leicester and Leicestershire Local Enterprise Partnership and Lately director, British Gas/Centrica. For services to Business and the Economy. (Bushby, Leicestershire)

Ms Sarah Louise Bailey. Executive Headteacher Queensbridge Primary School, De Beauvoir School and Mapledene Children’s Centre, Hackney. For services to Education. (London)

Mrs Judy Susan Baker. For services to the Development of Cyber Skills. (Ashtead, Surrey)

Mark Phillip Baldwin. Artistic director Rambert Dance Company. For services to Dance. (London)

Michael Ball. Actor and Singer. For services to Musical Theatre. (London)

Mrs Christine Banim. National Service director, Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service. For services to Children. (Lymm, Cheshire)

Mrs Gillian Elizabeth Baranski. Chief executive, CAFCASS Cymru. For services to Vulnerable Children in Wales. (Cardiff)

Mrs Donna Barratt. Headteacher, Glebe Primary School, Harrow. For services to Education. (London)

John Raymond Christopher Barron. Chief executive Birmingham Royal Ballet. For services to Arts Administration. (London)

Simon John Bartley. For voluntary and charitable services. (East Malling, Kent)

Mrs Judith Batchelar. Brand director, Sainsbury’s. For services to Farming and the Food Industry. (Berkshire)

Professor John Arnott Beath, FRSE. Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of St. Andrews. For services to Economics. (Fife)

Michael Blackburn. North West Regional director BT. For services to the Economy in the North West. (Cheshire)

Harris Bokhari. For services to Young People and Interfaith Relations. (Epsom, Surrey)

Jack Byron Boyer. Chairman Ilika Technologies plc. For services to Science and Engineering. (London)

Tessa Suzanne Mary Lady Brewer. Chair, City of London Festival. For voluntary service to Arts and Culture in London. (London)

Edward William Broadley. Senior Education Officer Education Scotland. For services to Education. (Aviemore, Inverness-shire)

Duwayne Lloyd Anthony Brooks. For public and political service. (London)

Keith Clark Brown. For services to charitable fundraising and the community in Essex. (Ingatestone, Essex)

Professor Christopher John Budd. Professor in Applied Mathematics University of Bath. For services to Science and Mathematics Education. (Horfield, Bristol)

Ms Elizabeth Bull. Headteacher Slated Row School, Milton Keynes. For services to Education. (Wareham, Dorset)

David Patrick Henry Burgess, MBE, DL. For services to Young People and the Community in West Sussex. (Chichester, West Sussex)

Mrs Sandra Jayne Burke. Chief executive, Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce. For services to Economic Development and Social Care in Scotland. (Tealing, Dundee)

Mrs Karen Elizabeth Butler. Headteacher, Alloway Primary School, South Ayrshire. For services to Education. (Prestwick, Ayrshire)

William Foster Caldwell. Honorary Treasurer Bryson Charitable Group. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Ms Carolyn Margaret McIntyre Campbell. Head of International Quality Assurance Agency. For services to Higher Education. (London)

Nicholas Andrew Argyll Campbell. Patron British Association for Adoption and Fostering. For services to Children. (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Ms Patrice Canavan. Headteacher Oaklands School, Tower Hamlets, London. For services to Education. (London)

Dr Janet Carr. Honorary Senior Researcher The Tizard Centre, University of Kent. For services to People with Down’s Syndrome and their Families. (Surrey)

Joffre Carroll. Chief executive Boys’ and Girls’ Club of Wales. For services to Young People in Wales. (Mayhill, Gloucestershire)

Alexander Martin Clunes. For services to Drama charity and to the community in Dorset. (London)

Dominic Cole. Chair The Garden History Society. For services to Landscape Conservation. (London)

Mrs Cheryl Anne Coppell. Chief executive, London Borough of Havering. For services to Local Government. (Windsor, Berkshire)

James Michael Corbett. District Operations manager Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Unemployed People in Waltham Forest especially through the Youth Hub. (London)

Mrs Lauren Costello. Executive Headteacher, The Federation of Moredon Primary and Nursery School and Rodbourne Cheney Primary School, Swindon. For services to Education. (Swindon, Wiltshire)

Ms Margaret Lockwood-Croft. Chair Marchioness Action Group. For services to River Safety. (Hampshire)

Professor Judith Helen Cross. Chair Childhood Epilepsy and Deputy head, Developmental Neuroscience Programme, UCL Institute of Child Health. For services to Children with Epilepsy. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Irene Curtis. Chief Superintendent, Lancashire Constabulary and National president, Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales. For services to Policing. (Clitheroe, Lancashire)

Ms Gillian Mary Darley. Historian and Architectural Campaigner. For services to the Built Environment and its Conservation. (London)

Ian Marshall Darling. For voluntary service to the Conservation of Wild Birds and Land Management in Scotland. (Balerno, Edinburgh)

Paul Antony Darling, QC. Chair, Sports Ground Safety Authority. For services to Safety at Sports Grounds and Horse Racing. (London)

Mrs Katharine Davidson. For services to Government Efficiency. (London)

Brian Rhys Davies. Chef de Mission Team Wales, 2014 Commonwealth Games. For services to Sport in Wales. (Caldicot, Monmouthshire)

Jonathan Davies, MBE. President, Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff. For voluntary and charitable services to People with Cancer. (Cardiff)

Ms Lesley Jean Davies. Council Member and Education Trustee NACRO. For services to Education. (Tarporley, Cheshire)

Peter Dawson. Chief executive The R.&A., and secretary, The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. For services to Sport. (St Andrews, Fife)

The Reverend Canon Cynthia Dowdle. Dean of Women’s Ministry Liverpool Diocese. For services to Gender Equality and Social Inclusion. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Paul Michael Stewart Doyle. Deputy director HM Treasury. For services to Economic Analysis and Policy-making. (London)

Professor Trevor Werner Drew. Lead Scientist Viral Diseases, Animal and Plant Health Agency. For services to Animal Health and Welfare. (Woking, Surrey)

John Laing Duncan. Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon Raigmore Hospital, Inverness. For services to Healthcare in the North of Scotland. (Inverness-shire)

Ms Deborah Egan. Director Connect the Dots, director, Welcome to Yorkshire, and Board Member, Sheffield Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to the Creative and Digital Industry. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Mrs Natalie Cecilia Elphicke. Chair, Million Homes, Million Lives. For services to Housing. (Dover, Kent)

William Alan Evans. For services to Education. (Cardiff)

Professor Jane Cecelia Falkingham. Dean Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Southampton University and director, ESRC Centre for Population Change. For services to Social Science. (London)

John Dominic Mortimer Fisher. Chairman and vice president The Officers Association. For services to Armed Forces Personnel. (Kent)

Ms Kathryn Forsyth. Director of Education Service Children’s Education, Ministry of Defence. For services to Armed Forces Families. (Brigsteer, Cumbria)

Mrs Candida Gertler. Co-founder, Outset Contemporary Art Fund. For services to Contemporary Visual Arts and Arts Philanthropy. (London)

Alan Stewart Gilfillan. Assistant chief executive Scottish Parliament. For public and parliamentary services in Scotland. (Edinburgh)

James Graham Simpson Gill. Forest Management director North England Forest District. Forestry Commission England. For services to British Forestry. (Hexham, Northumberland)

Mrs Philippa Jane Glanville. For services to the Decorative Arts and Arts Heritage. (London)

Dr Elizabeth Goodwin. Chief executive Officer Waste and Resources Action Programme. For services to Business Resource Efficiency and the Environment. (Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire)

Mrs Edwina Constance Grant. Chair, Local Safeguarding Children’s Board, Solihull Council. For services to Safeguarding Children and Young People. (Mapperley, Nottinghamshire)

Ms Sharon Lesley Gray. Headteacher Netherfield Primary School, Nottingham. For services to Education. (Bramcote, Nottinghamshire)

Andrew Stephen Griffiths. Headteacher Ellowes Hall Sports College, Dudley, West Midlands. For services to Education. (Stourton, West Midlands)

James Christopher Gurling. Member Executive Committee, Liberal Democrats. For political service. (London)

Dr Nicholas John Harding. Chair Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to Primary Care. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Dr Keith Harris. For services to the Music Industry. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)

Nicholas John Hartley. For services to Young People. (Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire)

Ms Antoinette Harvey. Senior Geoscientist Oil and Gas Authority. For services to Energy Development. (Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire)

Peter Terence Harwood. Chief Conciliator Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. For services to the Economy and Employment Relations. (Sandy, Bedfordshire)

Jack Hatch. Headteacher St. Bede Church of England Primary Academy, Bolton. For services to Education. (Warrington, Cheshire)

Mrs Jennifer Hawthorne. Head of Community Cohesion, Northern Ireland Housing Executive. For services to Housing. (Belfast)

Ms Linda Beatrice Haye, DL, JP. For services to Education Criminal Justice and Charity in Hertfordshire. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)

Ernest Hecht. Managing director Souvenir Press Ltd. For services to Publishing and to charity. (London)

James Anthony Hempsall. National Support director Achieving Two Year Olds. For services to Childcare. (Leicestershire)

John Hamilton Henderson. Executive Headteacher White Woods Multi Academy Trust, Rotherham. For services to Education. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Dr Mary Hepburn. Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. For services to Glasgow Women’s Reproductive Health Service. (Glasgow)

The Reverend Robert Herron. Chair Interim Western Education and Library Board. For services to Education. (Omagh, Tyrone)

Barry Langford High. For services to charity and to the community in Blockley Gloucestershire. (Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire)

Ms Julia Hobsbawm. Founder Editorial Intelligence. For services to Business. (London)

Ms Helen Jane Hobson. Senior Social Development Adviser Department for International Development. For services to Women in Developing Countries Combating Female Genital Mutilation. (London)

Professor Christopher Gordon Hodge. Chief Electrical Engineer BMT Defence Services Ltd. For services to Royal Navy Engineering. (Frome, Somerset)

Andrew Hodgson. Chief executive Officer SMD Ltd and Deputy Chair, North East Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to Manufacturing and the North East Economy. (Carnforth, Lancashire)

Mrs Dorothy Mary Holford. Consultant, Aircraft Structural Integrity, QinetiQ. For services to Military Aviation. (Farnham, Surrey)

Kevin Hollins. Principal Knutsford Academy, Cheshire. For services to Education. (Congleton, Cheshire)

Mrs Georgetta Elaine Holloway. Director, The Central Learning Partnership Trust and Headteacher, Heath Park Academy, Wolverhampton. For services to Education. (Stafford, Staffordshire)

Ms Amy Louise Holmes. Director Better Regulation, EU and International, Defra. For services to Public Administration. (London)

Ms Emily Victoria Holzhausen. Director of Policy and Public Affairs Carers UK. For services to Carers. (London)

Paul John Hooper. J.P Society secretary, Royal Bath and West of England Society and secretary, Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. For services to the Agricultural Show (Shepton Mallet, Somerset)

Ms Perdita Mary Hunt, DL. (Mrs. GERGAUD) director, Watts Gallery. For services to the Arts.

Clifton John Claude Ibbett. For services to charity and to the community in Bedfordshire. (Bedfordshire)

John Robert Illingsworth. Governor HMPrison Wymott. For services to HM Prison Service. (Southport, Merseyside)

Ms Sally Elizabeth Jaeckle. Early Years Services manager Bristol City Council and Senior Adviser, South West National Strategies. For services to Early Years Education. (Horfield, Bristol)

Huw Morgan Jenkins. Chair Swansea City Football Club. For services to Sport in Wales. (Neath, Neath Port Talbot)

Dr David John Johnston. For services to the community and to voluntary service in the Built Heritage sector. (Ballymena, Antrim)

Roderick Barrymore Brooke Jones. For services to the community in Bognor Regis West Sussex. (Bognor Regis, West Sussex)

Anthony Kendall. Chair London Youth Games. For services to Youth Sport. (London)

Ms Gillian Dorothey (Mrs UNSWORTH-WEBB) Kennedy. Lead consultant Speech and Language Therapist for Neonates and Paediatrics. For services to Speech and Language.

Wesley Albert Kerr. Chair London Committee, Heritage Lottery Foundation. For services to Heritage. (London)

William James Kerr. Assistant chief Constable Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Mark James Hartley-King. Corporate Security Home Office. For services to the Professional Standards Unit and the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. (Worsley, Greater Manchester)

Colin Alexander Kinnear. For services to the Arts and Education in Worcestershire. (Bransford, Worcestershire)

Elizabeth Janet Lady Kitson. For services to the Army Families Federation and to the community in Dartmoor, Devon. (Yelverton, Devon)

Councillor Claire Kober. Leader Haringey Borough Council. For services to Local Government. (London)

Mrs Patricia Ngosi (Patti BOULAYE) Komlosy. For charitable services in the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Desmond Paul Lambert. Principal Plumpton College. For services to Land Based Education and Young People. (Lewes, East Sussex)

Frank James Lampard. For services to Football. (London)

Jonathan Stewart Lane. Chair Tennis Foundation. For services to Sport and the Arts. (London)

Mrs Shelagh Jane Legrave. Principal and chief executive, Chichester College. For services to Further Education. (Midhurst, West Sussex)

Dr Marianthi Leontaridi. For public service. (London)

Professor Paul Anthony Lewis. Emeritus Professor of Midwifery Bournemouth University and Chair, Executive Trustee Board, ALSO UK Hospital. For services to

Mothers, Midwives and Maternity Services. (Bournemouth, Dorset)

Mrs Eileen Teresa Lindsay. Founder, Lindsay Leg Club. For services to Nursing. (Stowmarket, Suffolk)

Mrs Susan Margaret Lomas, DL. For services to Young People through Girlguiding. (Warrington, Cheshire)

Miss Judith Ann Lowe. Deputy Chair Construction Industry Training Board. For services to the Construction Industry, particularly Women in Construction. (Warwick, Warwickshire)

Dr Hong Lu. For services to the Chinese community in the UK and Community Relations between the UK and China. (Hove, East Sussex)

Dr Clare Therese Lukehurst. For services to the Anaerobic Digestion Industry. (Broadstairs, Kent)

Professor Anita MacDonald. Consultant Paediatric Dietitian Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Dietetics. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Professor Averil Mary Macdonald. Professor Emerita University of Reading. For services to Women in Science and Public Engagement with Science. (Winchester, Hampshire)

Ms Deirdre MacDonald. Co-founder and chief executive Officer ACID (Anti Copying in Design). For services to the Design Industry. (London)

Professor Ronald MacDonald. Adam Smith Chair of Political Economy University of Glasgow. For services to Economic Policy. (Isle of Skye, Inverness-shire)

Conall Gerald MacLynn. President Appeals Tribunals Northern Ireland. For services to Independent Tribunals in Northern Ireland. (Holywood, Down)

Geoffrey Keggen Maddrell. For services to Business Industry and to charity. (London)

David Gareth Madge. Director of Legal Services South Wales Police. For services to Policing. (Clydach, Swansea)

Roderick Neil Malone. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence Acquisition. (Bristol)

Thomas Mannion. Headteacher St. Aloysius College, Islington. For services to Education. (London)

Ms Lesley Ann Manville. Actress. For services to Drama. (London)

Roger Marsh. Chair Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to Business and the Economy.

Dr Jonathan Marshall. General Practitioner Buckinghamshire. For services to General Practice. (Wendover, Buckinghamshire)

Timothy Fraser Marshall. Producer Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance. For services to Service and ex-Service Personnel. (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire)

Nicholas Matthew. Squash Player. For services to Squash. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Ms Fay Maxted. Chief executive Officer The Survivors’ Trust. For services to Victims of Rape and Sexual Violence. (Rugby, Warwickshire)

Mrs Ann Lindsay Maxwell. Founder, Muir Maxwell Trust. For charitable services to the Treatment and Care of Epilepsy in Children. (Musselburgh, East Lothian)

Professor Emeritus Roy Robert Alexander McConkey. For services to people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. (Carrickfergus, Antrim)

Andrew McConnell. For services to Accounting and the community in Huddersfield West Yorkshire. (Liversedge, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Linda Ann Cross McDonald. Founder, Malawi Underprivileged Mothers. For voluntary service to Healthcare in Malawi. (Edinburgh)

Dr James McGilly. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (Wiltshire)

Dr Carol Susanne McGowan. Clinical Psychologist Ministry of Defence. For services to Armed Forces Personnel. (Portsmouth, Hampshire)

John Mark McLean. Chief executive Fold Housing Association Limited. For services to Housing and the community in Northern Ireland. (Holywood, Down)

Councillor James McMahon. Leader Oldham Council. For services to the community in Oldham. (Failsworth, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Lynne Christine McNicoll. Chair, It’s Good 2 Give. For services to Children’s Cancer Charities in Scotland. (Edinburgh)

Peter Joseph McPartland. Headteacher Trinity Special School, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. For services to Special Educational Needs. (London)

Vincent Samuel Middleton. Chair and managing director Newburgh Engineering Ltd. For services to Advanced Manufacturing Skills Training. (Ashbourne, Derbyshire)

Peter John Millican. Chief executive and Founder Kings Place. For services to the Arts. (Northumberland)

Ms Helen Louise Milner. Chief executive Tinder Foundation. For services to Digital Inclusion. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Steven William Moffat. Television Writer. For services to Drama. (Paisley, Scotland)

Richard Ian Morgan. Deputy chairman Wellglade Group. For services to Public Transport and the community in the East Midlands. (Burton on Trent, Staffordshire)

Ms Roslyn Louise Morpeth. Chief executive National Extension College. For services to Further Education.

Mrs Emer Marie Murnaghan. Head of Business Improvement, Graham Construction. For services to the Civil Engineering Profession and Further Education in Northern Ireland. (Omagh, Tyrone)

Professor Linda Ann Newson, FBA. Director, Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London. For services to Latin American Studies. (London)

Professor Gillian May Nicholls. Deputy vice-Chancellor Academic Affairs, University of Surrey. For services to Higher Education. (Folkestone, Kent)

Professor James Robert Nixon, DL. For services to Healthcare and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)

John (Mark) Nodder. Chairman and chief executive Officer Wrights Group. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)

Dr Matthew O’Callaghan. Chairman Melton Mowbray Pork Pie Association. For services to the Food Industry and Small Businesses in Leicestershire. (Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire)

Dr Dayo Olukoshi. Principal Brampton Manor Academy, East Ham, London. For services to Education. (London)

Councillor Teresa Ann Jude O’Neill. Leader Bexley Borough Council and vice Chair and Conservative Group Leader, London Councils. For services to the community and Local Government in London. (London)

Ms Louise O’Sullivan. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Professor David Charles Parker, FBA. Edward Cadbury Professor of Theology, University of Birmingham. For services to Higher Education. (Herefordshire)

Atul Pathak. Managing director Appt Corporation Ltd. For services to Entrepreneurship. (Iver, Buckinghamshire)

Adrian Philip Penfold. Head of Planning British Land and Author, Penfold Review. For services to the Property Industry and public service to Planning. (London)

Professor John Robert Pepper. Professor of Cardiothoracic Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust, London. For services to Heart and Lung Surgery. (Welwyn, Hertfordshire)

Ms Caroline Criado-Perez. Journalist. For services to Equality and Diversity particularly in the Media. (London)

Sarah Anne Lady Pigot. For services to the community in the Isle of Wight. (Bembridge, Isle of Wight)

Professor Susan Marguerite Piotrowski. Pro vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Emeritus Professor Canterbury Christ Church University. For services to Higher Education. (Whitstable, Kent)

Mrs Helen Pitcher. Chairman, Advanced Boardroom Excellence. For services to Business. (London)

Miss Judith Susan Portrait. For charitable services. (Trumpington, Cambridgeshire)

Ms Mary Teresa Rainey. For services to Advertising. (London)

Ms Margaret Randles. Co-founder and director Busy Bees Group. For services to Children and Families. (Burntwood, Staffordshire)

Ian Robert Readhead, QPM. Director of Information, Association of chief Police Officers and CEO, ACRO Criminal Records Office. For services to Policing and Public Protection. (Southampton, Hampshire)

Edward John David Redmayne. Actor. For services to Drama. (London)

Ms Gillian Marie (Mrs Parkin) Riley. Co-Founder and managing director, GGR Group Ltd. For services to Construction.

Aldham Edward Robarts, DL. Benefactor, Liverpool John Moores University. For services to Higher Education and to the City of Liverpool. (Denbigh, Denbighshire)

Professor Elizabeth Jane Robb, JP. Chief executive, Florence Nightingale Foundation. For services to Nursing and Midwifery. (London)

Mrs Susan Robb. National head of Early Years, 4Children. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Graham John Robeson. Eastern Treasurer Conservative Party. For voluntary political service. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Mrs Carol Anne Rosati. Founder, Inspire and Aspire and director, Harvey Nash. For services to Women in Business. (Axbridge, Somerset)

Dr Andrew Cameron Salvesen, DL. For services to Entrepreneurship and philanthropic service to the community in Scotland. (Banchory, Aberdeenshire)

John Hope Sanderson. Director Cairnhill Structures Ltd. For services to Business and voluntary service in Lanarkshire. (Coatbridge, Lanarkshire)

Ms Angela Mary Scrutton. Head of Drugs Legislation Home Office. For services to Public Protection through Drugs Control. (London)

Nicholas John Elliot Sealy. For services to charity and to the community in Surrey. (Woking, Surrey)

Mrs Elizabeth Seers. Headteacher, Heaton School, Stockport. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Stockport, Greater Manchester)

David Mark Sellens. Headteacher Thomas Jones Primary School, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. For services to Education. (London)

Robert Mark Greenhill Semple. President National Conservative Convention. For political service. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Thomas John Sharpe. For political service. (London)

Patrick Michael Shepherd. For services to Business and to Charity in York. (York, North Yorkshire)

Dr Fiona Marion (Mrs Swerdlow) Sim. Adviser, NHS England, and Chair, Royal Society for Public Health. For services to Public Health.

Alan Simpson, DL. Chair of Court, University of Stirling. For services to Education. (By Stirling, Stirling and Falkirk)

Elise Becket Lady Smith. For services to Music. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)

Michael Jarvis Smith. Chief executive Gen2 Training Ltd. For services to Skills Training and voluntary service to the community in Cumbria. (Whitehaven, Cumbria)

Richard Brian Ashley Stones. For services to Policing and the Business community particularly in the East Midlands. (Derbyshire)

Mrs Jayne Louise Storey. Benefits and Credits, Washington, Tyne and Wear, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Child Benefit Recipients. (Washington, Tyne and Wear)

David Charles Surplus. Director B9 Energy Group. For services to Renewable Energy, particularly in Northern Ireland. (Larne, Antrim)

William John Galliene Swainson. Senior Commissioning Editor Bloomsbury. For services to Literary Translation. (London)

Mrs Cathryn (Ms Cathryn JAMES) Swift. Chief executive, Public Concern at Work. For services to Employment Rights.

Miss Angharad Andrea Thomas. Head Drugs Licensing and Compliance Unit, Home Office. For services to the UK Pharmaceutical Industry and the Control of Drugs. (London)

Ms Angela Main Thompson. Lawyer Solicitors’ Office, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Legal Work and Taxpayers. (Colby, Isle of Man)

Michael Christopher Thornton. Director Scotland, Energy Saving Trust, and Chair, Scottish Power Foundation. For services to Economic Growth and the Environment. (Dunbar, East Lothian)

Ms Kathryn Derran Tickell. For services to Folk Music. (Northumberland)

Professor Brian John Tighe. Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering Aston University. For services to Research in Biomedical Polymers. (Solihull, West Midlands)

James Roger Titcombe. National Adviser on Safety Care Quality Commission. For services to Patient Safety. (Dalton in Furness, Cumbria)

Jacob Anthony Tompkins. Managing director Waterwise. For services to Water Efficiency. (Camberley, Surrey)

Ms Jane Vass. Head of Public Policy Age UK. For services to Financial Services Consumers. (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire)

Stephen John Wadey. Managing director MBDA UK. For services to the UK Defence Sector. (Bristol)

David Glyndwr Wall. Director of Communications Policy and Strategic Support, Department for Social Development, Northern Ireland Executive. For public service, particularly to Communities. (Ballymena, Antrim)

Andrew Wallis. Founder and chief executive Officer Unseen. For services to the Eradication of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery. (Bristol)

Ms Lynn Wallis. Artistic director The Royal Academy of Dance. For services to Dance. (London)

Simon Philip Zbigniew Wallis. Director The Hepworth Wakefield. For services to Art. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Margaret Anne Walpole. Headteacher, Paddock School, Wandsworth. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (London)

Brian Martin Walsh. Executive director of People Coventry City Council. For services to Social Care. (Chester Green, Derbyshire)

Mrs Loraine Rosalie Warren. For charitable services to Women and Children in Israel. (London)

David Alexander Warrilow. Deputy director of Science and Innovation and head of Science Department of Energy and Climate Change. For services to Science. (Bracknell, Berkshire)

Howard Way. Detective Inspector Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Disaster Victim Identification. (London)

Paul Grant Weiland. For services to Advertising and the Creative Industries.

Steven Wellon. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

James Nicholas Murray Wells. For services to Business. (London)

John McWilliam Welsh. For public service in Ayrshire. (Prestwick, Ayrshire and Arran)

David William Courtenay Whelton. Managing director Philharmonia Orchestra. For services to Music. (Farnham, Surrey)

Mrs Claire Lois Whitaker. Director, Serious. For services to Jazz. (Poole, Dorset)

Michael Keith Williams. HM Principal Inspector of Health and Safety. For services to Health and Safety in Construction.

Roger Mark Witcomb. Chairman Competition Commission and Chair of Reporting Panel, Competition and Markets Authority. For services to the Competition and Consumer Regime. (Winchester, Hampshire)

Howard Lindsay Wood. Chairman Community of Arran Seabed Trust. For services to the Marine Environment. (Whiting Bay, Ayrshire and Arran)

John Woodward. Chief executive Officer Busy Bees Group. For services to Early Years Education. (Rugeley, Staffordshire)

Mrs Victoria Mary Petra Wright. Trustee, Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For services to Maritime Safety. (Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire)

Dr Timothy David Wyatt. For services to the Advancement of Healthcare Science and the community in Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)

Robert Young. For services to the community in County Durham. (Consett, Durham)

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MBE

Mrs Parkash Ahluwalia. For services to the community in Derby. (Mickleover, Derbyshire)

Mrs Sally Aitchison. Managing director, Cash for Kids. For services to Radio and charitable fundraising. (Stockton, Durham)

Miss Rimla Akhtar. Chair Muslim Women’s Sport Foundation. For services to Equality and Diversity in Sport. (London)

Leslie Henry Alden. For services to the community in Southwark London. (Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex)

Raymond Aldous. For services to Young People and Scouting in Bedfordshire. (Luton, Bedfordshire)

Anthony Ronald Allen. For services to the community in Walsall. (Featherstone, Staffordshire)

Dr Duncan Anderson. Lecturer Military History, Ministry of Defence. For services in support of Military Operations. (Oxfordshire)

Kenneth Arch. For services to the community in Shropshire particularly in Bridgnorth. (Bridgnorth, Shropshire)

Miss Michaelina Argy. Campaigner and Member National Advisory Council, Thalidomide Trust. For services to Thalidomide Survivors.

Paul Anthony Arnill. For services to Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue and to the community in Tilney Norfolk. (March, Cambridgeshire)

David Godfrey Arnold. For services to Community Interfaith and Relations in Manchester. (Prestwich, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Sally Elizabeth Ash. Head of Boating, Canal and River Trust. For services to British Inland Waterways. (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)

Keith Richard Vincent Asman. Operational head South East Counter Terrorism Unit Scientific Services. For services to Policing. (Plymouth, Devon)

Mrs Carol Ann Atkinson. For services to the community in Bolton. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)

Bryan Robert Avery. Architect. For services to Architecture. (London)

Mrs Aliya Jafri Azam. For voluntary and charitable services to Community Cohesion, particularly through the Al Khoei Foundation. (London)

Mrs Jean Ball. For services to the community in Stanbridge, Bedfordshire. (Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire)

Mrs Margaret Ellen Ball. Area manager Germany, Church of England Soldiers’, Sailors’ and Airmen’s Clubs. For services to Armed Forces Personnel. (Bielefeld, Germany)

Miss Veronica Hall Ballard. For services to the community in Horley Surrey. (Horley, Surrey)

John William Bamber. Tournament Committee chairman Royal Portrush Golf Club. For services to Tourism in Northern Ireland. (Dromore, Down)

Ms Irene Agnes Bannon. For services to Tenant and Resident Rights. (London)

Ms Irene Barkby. Director of Strategy and Planning NHS Lanarkshire. For services to Healthcare. (Hamilton, Lanarkshire)

Raymond Barker. Chairman of Governors Honilands Primary School, Enfield and director, British Education Supplies Association. For services to Education. (London)

Keith Barley. Founder and head Conservator Barley Studio. For services to Cultural Restoration and Conservation. (Warthill, North Yorkshire)

Hugh Barry Barr. Vice-president Northern Ireland Ploughing Association. For services to Ploughing. (Coleraine, Londonderry)

Alan Charles Bartlett. Swimming Volunteer. For services to Swimming. (Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire)

Henry Gerald Antony Bates. President Dorset Wildlife Trust. For services to Wildlife and Conservation in Dorset. (Wareham, Dorset)

Mrs (Elizabeth) June Baxter. Vice-president, National Trust For Scotland. For services to Heritage and the community in Fife. (St Andrews, Fife)

Keith Bayley. For services to the voluntary and community sector in Hartlepool Durham. (Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire)

Stephen John Beard. For services to the community in Lincoln. (Gainsborough, Lincolnshire)

Alderman John Robert Beggs. Councillor Larne Borough Council. For services to Local Government. (Larne, Antrim)

Ms Patricia Ann Bell. Regional manager Immigration and Enforcement, Home Office. For services to Border Safety. (Norfolk)

Mrs Sharon Bell. Broadwater Children’s Centre manager, Stevenage. For services to Children and Families. (Stevenage, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Alice Jane Bennett. Principal, Madresfield Early Years Centre, Worcestershire. For services to Early Years Education. (Malvern, Worcestershire)

Matthew Bennett. For services to the community in Westminster London. (London)

Mrs Iris Elizabeth Benson. Expert by Experience, Mersey Care NHS Trust. For services to Mental Health. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Mrs Susan Bentley. For services to charity and to the community in Runcorn, Cheshire. (Runcorn, Cheshire)

Councillor Judi Billing. Councillor North Hertfordshire District Council. For services to Local Government. (Hitchin, Hertfordshire)

Michael David Black. Chief Financial Officer Aepona Ltd. For services to the Northern Ireland ICT Industry. (Lisburn, Antrim)

Mrs Susan Dorothy Black. Senior Lecturer, University of Ulster. For services to Cross-Community Relations and Education in Northern Ireland. (Coleraine, Londonderry)

Mrs Deborah Jane Bliss. Hand Knitting Designer. For services to Hand Knitting and the Craft Industry. (London)

Professor Michael Bochmann. For services to Music. (Cheltenham, Gloucestershire)

Miss Lynn Edwina Boleyn. For services to the community in Wall Heath West Midlands. (Kingswinford, West Midlands)

Miss Hilary Catherine Isolda Bolitho. For services to the community in Broadway Somerset. (Ilminster, Somerset)

Dr Geoffrey William Bowen. For services to the Langdale Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team Cumbria. (Ambleside, Cumbria)

Councillor Robert George Boyce. Councillor Maldon District Council. For services to Local Government. (Maldon, Essex)

Mrs Jennifer Susan Boyd. Headteacher, Rosewood Special Free School, Southampton. For services to Special Education. (Fordingbridge, Hampshire)

Ms Maureen Frances Boylan. University secretary University of London. For services to Higher Education. (Chesham, Buckinghamshire)

Paul Joseph Bradley. Business Strategist for Detained Fast Track Asylum Casework Directorate, Home Office. For services to Equality and Diversity. (Retford, Nottinghamshire)

Miss Emma Jane Bridge. Administrative Officer Border Force. For services to Border Security. (Slough, Berkshire)

Mrs Lorraine Brockhurst. Work Experience Co-ordinator, Worthing, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Young People in the Workplace. (Worthing, West Sussex)

Miss Margaret Brockie. For services to the community in Bolton and to Carriage Driving through the Riding For Disabled Association in North West England. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)

Miss Anne Broome. Private Office Business manager Department for Transport. For services to Transport. (Wokingham, Berkshire)

Col Jeremy John Brown. Head of Operations and Security HM Tower of London. For services to World War One Commemorations. (London)

Ms Philippa Ann Brown. Policy Adviser Motor Insurance, Department for Transport. For services to Transport. (London)

Ms Patricia Le-Bruin. Honours secretary Department for Culture, Media and Sport. For public service. (London)

James Bullar. Head of Nautical Studies London Nautical School. For services to Maritime Education and voluntary service to Maritime Safety. (Westerham, Kent)

Ms Eileen Burbidge. Partner Passion Capital. For services to Business. (London)

Edward Arthur William Burnell. For voluntary and charitable services. (Plymouth, Devon)

Ian Doyne Malcolm Burns. Lay Observer South East Region. For services to People in Custody. (Edenbridge, Kent)

Miss Amanda Jane Butcher. Director RAF Cosford Airshow and Trustee/director, Association of Sail Training Organisations. For charitable services. (Malmesbury, Wiltshire)

Mrs Joan Mary Jackson-Callen. Social Worker, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Mrs Patricia Carroll. Operations manager, Peterlee Contact Centre, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers and voluntary service to Education in Hartlepool. (Hartlepool, Durham)

Ms Jacqueline Carter. Corporate Support Office Department for International Development. For services to Public Adminstration. (Waltham Abbey, Essex)

James Andrew Chalmers. President Football Safety Officers’ Association. For services to Safety at Sports Grounds.

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Chambers. District chairman, Sea Cadet Corps. For voluntary service to the Sea Cadet Corps on Teesside. (Middlesborough, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Suzanne Chambers. Partnership Headteacher Tutor, University of Cumbria, Lancashire. For services to Education. (Poulton Le Flyde, Lancashire)

Ms Sam Moi Chan. Chair Hua Xian Chinese Society. For services to Community Cohesion. (Morecambe, Lancashire)

Ms Elizabeth Anne Chapman. Director of Library Services London School of Economics and Political Science. For services to Higher Education and Libraries. (London)

John Charles Chapman. Senior Executive Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence Infrastructure. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Peter Richard Chapman. For services to St Paul’s Cathedral and to charity in London. (Tadworth, Surrey)

Dr Helen Chatterjee. Senior Lecturer Biosciences and head of Research and Teaching, and Cultural Public Engagement, University College London. For services to

Higher Education and Culture. (London)

Zia Uddin Chaudhry. For services to Interfaith Relations in Merseyside. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Amir Aziz Cheema. For services to Young People through the Scout Movement. (Bristol)

Robert John Church. Angler. For services to Angling. (Moulton, Northamptonshire)

Mrs Dorothy Alma Clark. For services to Education and to the community in Surrey. (Weybridge, Surrey)

Malcolm Coates. Head of ICT. Prime Minister’s Office. For services to IT Modernisation in the Public Sector. (London)

Mrs Cecily Coburn. Foster Carer, Lincolnshire. For services to Children and Families. (Grimsby, Lincolnshire)

Charles Coburn. Foster Carer Lincolnshire. For services to Children and Families. (Grimsby, Lincolnshire)

Miss Jill Coddington. For services to Social Housing Residents and the community in Peterborough. (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)

Dr Laura Jane Rachel Cohen. Chief executive British Ceramic Confederation. For services to the Ceramics Industry. (Altrincham, Greater Manchester)

Ms Clare Collins. Chair of Governors Weyfield Primary Academy, Surrey. For services to Education and School Governance. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)

Edward Herbert Collins. For services to the community in High Wycombe Buckinghamshire. (Marlow, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Janet Rose Collins. Chair, Millmead Children’s Centre Partnership Ltd, Kent. For services to Children and Families.

Michael John Collins. For services to the community in Boroughbridge North Yorkshire. (Farnham, Surrey)

Michael John Collins. Clarinettist. For services to music. (Farnham, Surrey)

Benjamin Colson. Bus Operator Norfolk Green. For services to the Economy and the community in Norfolk. (King’s Lynn, Norfolk)

Mrs Christine Conder. Community Network Volunteer. For services to Superfast Broadband in Rural Communities. (Wray, Lancashire)

Mrs Christine Jane Cook. School Inclusion manager, Hayes Primary School. For services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (London)

Mrs Jean Cooper. For services to the Civil Service Retirement Fellowship. (Dartford, Kent)

Peter Samuel Wilfrid Hunter Cooper. For services to Broadcast Journalism in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Robert Cooper. For services to the community in Lullington Derbyshire. (Swadlincote, Derbyshire)

Lloyd Anthony Cowan. Lead Sprint Coach UK Athletics. For services to Athletics. (London)

Trevor Cox. Senior in-Country Project manager Afghanistan, KBR. For services in support of Military Operations. (Calne, Wiltshire)

Ms Emma Louise Cravitz. Educational Psychologist. For services to Children and Families particularly in London. (London)

Dr Margaret Joan Crawford. Consultant Paediatrician Lincolnshire. For services to Child Protection. (Boston, Lincolnshire)

Mrs Linda Helen Crawley. Chair of Governors and Proposer, Alban City School. For services to Education. (Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire)

Dr Geoffrey Raymond Crowther. Chief Medical Adviser Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Mrs Audrey Cuthbertson, JP. General manager, Motherwell and Wishaw Citizens’ Advice Bureau. For services to the community. (Larkhall, South Lanarkshire)

Mrs Rachel Claire Cutting. Principal Embryologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Infertility Treatment. (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)

Mrs Pratibha Dale. Immigration Officer, Immigration Enforcement, Home Office. For services to Vulnerable People. (London)

Samuel Henry Trevor Dale. Vice-Chair Board of Governors, Finaghy Primary School. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. (Lisburn, Down)

Richard Gough Daniels. For services to the Forest of Dean and to Forestry thoughout the UK. (Coleford, Gloucestershire)

Dr Megan Barbara Davies. Head Medical Research Council Centre, Cambridge. For services to Medical Research. (London)

Stephen George Davies. Hostel manager. For services to Rough Sleepers in Westminster. (Watford, Hertfordshire)

Ms Cathy Davis. Foster Carer Tyneside. For services to Children and Families. (North Shields, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Patricia Hazel Davis. For services to the community, particularly to the Rivertime Boat Trust in Berkshire. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)

Councillor Robert Davis, DL. Deputy Leader, Westminster Council. For services to Planning and Local Government. (London)

Mrs Dianne Dawson. For services to the community in Ashford, Kent. (Ashford, Kent)

Mrs Anne Everett Deane. Centre Organiser, Sturminster Newton Branch. For voluntary service to the British Red Cross. (Sturminster Newton, Dorset)

Ms Jenny Ann Deeks. Director Coin Street Family and Children’s Centre, Lambeth and Southwark. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Kenneth Raymond Deeks. Founder Byte Night and Fundraiser, Action for Children. For services to Children. (Reading, Berkshire)

Mrs Linda Dellow. Chief Officer, Centre4. For services to the Nunsthorpe and Bradley Park, Grimsby. (Grimsby, Lincolnshire)

Alexander Campbell Denholm. Governor East Riding College. For services to Further Education. (Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Andrew John Dennis. Brick Instructor in Prisons Manchester College. For services to Prison Education and Skills. (Folkstone, Kent)

Ms Sandra Desir. Executive assistant to director of Business Bank Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For services to Public Administration. (London)

Ms Natasha Jade Devon. Founder The Self-Esteem Team. For services to Young People. (London)

Mrs Helen Dhaliwal. Co-Founder and director, Red Hot World Buffet. For services to the Hospitality Industry. (Solihull, West Midlands)

Henry Dimbleby. For services to School Food. (London)

Mrs Helen Mary Dimmock. Team Leader, Ageing Society, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Older People and the community in London. (London)

Alexis Charles Dobbin. For services to People with Disabilities through REMAP in Gloucestershire.

Mrs Valerie Dodsworth. For services to Homeless People and to the community in Norwich. (Dereham, Norfolk)

Robin John Dollery. Head of Student Services University of Nottingham. For services to Higher Education and Student Counselling. (Lincolnshire)

Mrs Helen Dolphin. For services to People with Disabilities, particularly through Disabled Motoring UK. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Charles David Donnan. Vice Principal Down High School. For services to Education. (Ballynahinch, Down)

Mrs Joanna Hilary Dowling. For services to the community in Worcester. (Worcestershire)

Mrs Heidi Ellen Duffy. For services to Road Safety. (Arnold, Nottinghamshire)

Mrs Lynn Mary Duffy. For services to charity through the Honeyrose Foundation in Merseyside. (St Helens, Merseyside)

Maj Patrick Michael Halliday Dunn. Chairman Royal Marines Association Band. For services to the Royal Marines. (London)

Miss Barbara Edwards. Administrative Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to Armed Forces Personnel. (London)

Ms Julie Patricia Elliot. Adopter Lancashire. For services to Adoption. (Slaidburn, Lancashire)

Maurice James Elliot. For services to People with Disabilities through REMAP in Derbyshire.

Roger Alan Elliot. Adopter Lancashire. For services to Adoption. (Slaidburn, Lancashire)

Malcolm Ellis. For services to the Building and Construction Industry and to the community and charity in West Yorkshire. (Holmfirth, West Yorkshire)

Capt Amir Akbar Esmiley. Surveyor in Charge Maritime and Coastguard Agency. For services to Seafarers. (Chandlers Ford, Hampshire)

Derek Esp. For services to Education and to the community in Hinton St George and Yeovil Somerset. (Hinton St George, Somerset)

Dr Wendy Ewart. Deputy chief executive Officer and chief of Strategy Medical Research Council. For services to Medical Research. (Guildford, Surrey)

Capt Christopher Tarleton Feltrim Fagan, DL. For services to the Gallipoli Association. (Basingstoke, Hampshire)

William Charles Farnham. Volunteer Co-Ordinator Cardiff Neighbourhood Watch. For services to Neighbourhood Watch in Cardiff. (Whitchurch, Cardiff)

Allan McLaren Fegen. For services to Scouting in North East Scotland. (Alyth, Perth and Kinross)

Mrs Wendy Fidler. For services to Interfaith Relations in Oxford. (Oxfordshire)

Ms Nora Flanagan. Operational manager Royal College of Nursing. For services to Nursing.

Dr Helen Foley. Co-founder Guildford Adventure Play Centre. For services to Disabled Children and their Families. (Southwell, Nottinghamshire)

Professor Barry Forde. Chief executive Broadband for the Rural North. For services to Superfast Broadband in Rural Communites. (Quernmore, Lancashire)

Robert Crawford Forman. Honorary secretary Scottish Conservative and Unionist Association. For political service. (Edinburgh)

Ms Katherine Arnold-Forster. Head of Museums and Special Collections and director Museums of English Rural Life, University of Reading. For services to University Museums. (Oxfordshire)

Mrs Marjorie Fotheringham. For services to the community in Thorne, South Yorkshire. (Doncaster, South Yorkshire)

Dr William Alfred (Bill) Frankland. For services to Allergy Research. (London)

Mrs Shirley Comfort Franklin. For services to the community in Driffield, East Yorkshire. (Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Peter Freitag. For services to the community in Darlington County Durham. (Darlington, Durham)

Anthony John French, TD. For services to the community in Chichester West Sussex. (Chichester, West Sussex)

Carl Martin Froch. For services to Boxing. (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)

Ms Janet Matilda Faith Fyle. Professional Policy Adviser Royal College of Midwifery. For services to tackling Female Genital Mutilation. (London)

Maurice John Garner. For services to the community in Cambridgeshire. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)

Roger Geffen. Campaigns director CTC, The National Cycling Charity. For services to Cycling. (London)

Issan Ul-Haque Ghazni. For public and political service. (Nottinghamshire)

Robert Allen Fitzwilliam Gillmor. For services to Wildlife Art. (Holt, Norfolk)

Mrs Jean Stella Goad. District and Parish Councillor, Arun District, West Sussex. For services to Local Government. (Barnham, West Sussex)

Robert James Goddard. Foster Carer Brighton and Hove. For services to Children and Families. (Peacehaven, East Sussex)

Mrs Jennifer Helen Godson. Dental consultant, Public Health England. For services to Dental Public Health. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)

Leslie George Goodchild. Senior Executive Officer Ministry of Defence. For services in support of the Royal Air Force. (Newport, Shropshire)

Roger Maxwell Goodyear, DL. Chairman, Scottish Traditional Boat Festival. For services to Tourism in Banffshire. (Portsoy, Banffshire)

Andrew Harold Graham. Chief executive Officer Graham and Brown. For services to Manufacturing and voluntary service to Young People in Lancashire. (Hurst Green, Lancashire)

Ms Patricia Anne Graham. For services to the community in Exmouth Devon. (Exmouth, Devon)

Ms Gillian Margaret Green. Musician and Lately director Live Music Now (Wales). For services to Music, particularly for Disadvantaged People. (Cardiff)

Trevor Green. For services to Humanitarian Aid through Operation Florian and to charity in East Sussex. (Mayfield, East Sussex)

Mrs Ann Patricia Greenop. Foster Carer, Liverpool. For services to Children and Families. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Michael Greenop. Foster Carer Liverpool. For services to Children and Families. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Mrs Christine Ann Gregoire. Foster Carer, Lancashire. For services to Children and Families. (Carnforth, Lancashire)

Harold Christopher Gregoire. Foster Carer Lancashire. For services to Children and Families. (Cranforth, Lancashire)

Gwyn Griffiths. Founder and Principal Autonomous Analytics Ltd. For services to Marine Science. (Southampton, Hampshire)

Miss Jennifer Claire Griffiths. Chief executive Officer Snap Fashion. For services to Digital Innovation in the Fashion Industry. (London)

Dr Isobel Kay Grigor. Chief executive Officer Calman Trust. For services to Community and Economic Development in the Scottish Highlands. (North Kessock, Inverness-shire)

Mrs Julia Elizabeth Grove. Chair, Free Church Education Committee. For services to Education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Mrs Michaela Groves. For charitable services. (London)

Ms Sally Groves. Creative director Schott Music. For services to Music.

Ms Janet Guest. Assistant Practitioner University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust Burns Centre. For services to People who have Endured Domestic Ritual Abuse. (Lymm, Cheshire)

George Anthony Guy. For services to Scouting and Young People in Blackpool and Warwickshire.

Robert Michael Hadfield. Chair of Governors Crampton Primary School, Walworth, London. For services to Education. (London)

Colin William Hagan. Managing director Riverpark Training and Development. For services to Vocational Skills. (Portaferry, Down)

John Morley Hall, DL. Chief executive, Essex Wildlife Trust. For services to Wildlife and the Environment. (Colchester, Essex)

Peter Stephen Hall. Public Sector Pensions Expert HM Treasury. For services to Pensions Policy. (London)

Mrs Fiona Mary Carr Hamilton. Community Transport Organiser, East Scotland. For voluntary service to the British Red Cross Transport Service. (Peebles, Tweeddale)

Benjamin Charles Petrie Hancock. Founder London Poppy Day. For voluntary service to the Royal British Legion. (London)

Mohammed Aslam Hanif. For services to Community Relations in Teesside. (Ingleby Barwick, North Yorkshire)

Capt Neil Michael Hardy. Volunteer Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For services to Maritime Safety. (Swanage, Dorset)

Mrs Teresa Hardy. Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security. (Merstham, Surrey)

Mrs Kathleen Rebecca Harker. Basic Skills Development manager, Ministry of Defence. For services to Army Education.

Mrs Alison Beryl Harris. For services to the British Horse Society and to Equestrian Sport in Yorkshire. (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)

Sean William Harrison. Regional and Service Co-ordinator Fire Fighters Charity. For services to the community in the Isle of Wight. (Isle of Wight)

Ms Natasha Hart. Founder and director Newham All Star Sports Academy. For services to Sport in East London. (London)

Mrs Valerie Elizabeth Haugh. Head, Peripatetic Support Service, Belfast Education and Library Service. For services to Education. (Ballyclare, Antrim)

Ms Vivienne Hayes. For services to Women. (London)

Charles William Hedges. Manager Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement, particularly in the

Field of Missing Children. (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire)

Miss Sian Elizabeth Henly. Higher Officer Disability Network Co-ordinator, Diversity and Inclusion Team, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Disability Inclusion. (Pontypridd, Mid Glamorgan)

Mrs Helen Hibberd. For services to the community through the Chorlton Good Neighbours in Manchester. (Chorlton cum Hardy, Greater Manchester)

Stephen Hilditch. For services to Mountain Rescue in the Peak District and to Scouting in Derbyshire. (Hilton, Derbyshire)

David Alan Hill. Administrative Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (Cambridgeshire)

Dr Louis John Frederick Ashdown-Hill. Historian. For services to Historical Research and the Exhumation and Indentification of Richard III. (Lawford, Essex)

Mrs Jennifer Ann Hobson. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland through the NSPCC. (Dungannon, Tyrone)

Mrs Bernadette Susan Holmes. Teacher and Modern Languages Education Advocate. For services to Education. (Ipswich, Suffolk)

Dr Judith Mary Hooper. Director of Public Health West Yorkshire. For services to Public Health. (Ripon, North Yorkshire)

Dr Adrian Dennis Hopkins. Director Mectizan Donation Programme. For humanitarian services in Africa. (Gravesend, Kent)

Ms Dorothy Horne. Senior manager 6VT Edinburgh Youth Cafe. For services to Young People. (Newtongrange, Edinburgh)

Ms Maria Jean Hornsby. For services to the Liverpool community. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

David Barrett Horsfall. For services to the community in Hunshelf South Yorkshire. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Herbert Horsley. For services to Scouting. (Workington, Cumbria)

Miss Louise Marie Hough. Assistant head of Service Resonate, Liverpool’s Music Hub. For services to Music Education. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

James Neil House. Senior Executive Officer Ministry of Defence. For services in Support of Service Personnel and their Families. (Fife)

Mrs Elizabeth Sinclair-House. For services to Education and to the community in West London. (London)

Mrs Agnes Houston. Vice-Chair, European Working Group for People with Dementia. For services to People with Dementia. (Coatbridge, Lanarkshire)

Mrs Lucy Hovvels. Councillor, Durham County Council. For public service. (Durham)

Mrs Sarah Howard. For services to the community in Haverhill. (Sturmer, Suffolk)

Mrs Helen Murray Hoyte. Historian on Norwich Shawls. For services to Textile Heritage. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Mrs Kathleen Susan Marjorie Hughes, JP, DL. For services to the community in Lancashire. (Burnley, Lancashire)

Mrs Philomena Hughes. Assistant director, Mental Health and Older People Services, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to Older People in Northern Ireland. (Londonderry)

John Michael Hulse. Team Leader Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue. For services to Mountain Rescue in Wales, England and Northern Ireland. (Conwy)

Robert Gordon Humphreys. Honorary secretary All Party Parliamentary Beer Group. For services to Alcohol Policy. (Bucknell, Shropshire)

Ms Philippa Jean Hunt. Director Policy and Communications, Living Streets. For services to Vulnerable Pedestrians. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Professor Jennifer Margaret Hunter. Emeritus Professor of Anaesthesia University of Liverpool. For services to Medicine. (Spital, Merseyside)

Mrs Marie Rose Hunter. Prime Minister’s Office. For services to Public Administration. (Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire)

Mohammed Umar Hussain. Assistant chief Officer South Wales Police. For services to Policing. (Newport, Gwent)

Ashley Stephen Hutchings. Musician and Songwriter. For services to Folk Music. (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)

Charles De Lisle Inniss. For voluntary service to the community in Torrington and Hatherleigh Devon. (Beaworthy, Devon)

John Isaac. Assistant director Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security. (Worcester Park, Surrey)

Andrew David James Jackson. Director Wakehurst Place, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. For services to Conservation. (West Sussex)

Mrs Hazel Valerie Jackson. Councillor, Broxbourne Borough Council. For public service. (Cheshunt, Hertfordshire)

Miss Zoe Jackson. Founder and director Living the Dream Performing Arts Company. For services to Young Entrepreneurs and the Performing Arts. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Rita Anne Jarman. For services to Young People and Scouting in Bedfordshire. (Luton, Bedfordshire)

Thomas Sydney Javan. Higher Officer HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers. (Tyne and Wear)

Anthony Hugh Mostyn Jefferies. Editor Gibbons Stamp Monthly and Stamp Catalogues. For services to Philately. (Bournemouth, Dorset)

Mrs Catherine Rae Johnson. Founder, Albert Kennedy Trust. For services to Homeless Young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered People. (Urmston, Greater Manchester)

Ian William Johnson. For services to the community in Leigh on Sea Essex. (Leigh-on-Sea, Essex)

Keith Johnson. For services to the community and to charity in Durham. (Durham)

Mrs Joan Elisabeth Jones. Quality and Regulatory Compliance manager, Welsh Blood Service. For services to Blood Transfusion in Wales and the UK. (Morriston, Swansea)

Mrs Lesley Ann Jones. Councillor and Mayor, Brent Council. For services to Local Government. (London)

Mrs Lynn Margaret Jones. Assistant Principal, Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy, Staffordshire. For services to Education. (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)

Ms Susan Mary Jones. Director A-N The Artists Information Company. For services to the Arts. (Rowlands Gill, Tyne and Wear)

William Owain Walden-Jones. Chief executive Hafal. For services to Mental Health Service Users and their Carers and Families. (Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire)

Miss Yvonne Maria Jordan. Advanced Nurse Practitioner Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport. For services to Nursing in Wales. (Newport)

James Jukes. Founder UK Homes 4 Heroes. For services to the Homeless. (London)

Mrs Deborah Mary Keighley, DL. Head of Technical Capability, Sellafield Ltd. For services to the Nuclear Industry and Young People in Cumbria.

Clifford Thomas Kennedy. Executive director Oasis Caring in Action. For services to the community in Belfast. (Belfast)

Miss Deirdre Ann Kennedy. Parliamentary Clerk DEFRA. For services to Public Administration and the community. (London)

Mrs Agnes Kennedy. Governor, Castleroe Primary School. For services to Education in Northern Ireland and charitable services.

Alderman William Thomas Kennedy. Councillor Ballymoney Borough Council. For services to Local Government and Motorcycle Road Racing. (Ballymena, Antrim)

William John Kernohan. For services to the Bus Industry. (Ballymena, Antrim)

Mrs Rebecca Claire Kervell. Volunteer, Map Action. For services to Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Aid. (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire)

Peter Kessler. Founder and Chair of Governors Eden Primary, Muswell Hill, London. For services to Education. (London)

Mrs Halimah Gulzar Khaled. For services to charity and to Community Relations in Nottingham. (Toton, Nottinghamshire)

Miss Jessica Susan Kidd. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland. (Holywood, Down)

James Peter Daniel Kinsella. Cabinet Office. For public service. (Hampshire)

Mrs Susan Ann Kirk. Forest Pathology Technician. Forestry Commission. For services to Tree Health. Forest Research and the community in Hampshire. (Alton, Hampshire)

Gavin Alexander Kirkpatrick. Temporary chief inspector Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Richard Knight. For services to Rowing. (Burpham, Surrey)

Mrs Susan Elizabeth Knowles. Paediatric and Educational Audiologist, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Child Health. (London)

Dr Lionel Kopelowitz. For services to Interfaith Relations. (London)

Peter Laing, JP, DL. For services to Business, Philanthropy and the community in Keith, Banffshire. (Keith, Banffshire)

Mrs Philippa Jayne Langley. For services to the Exhumation and Indentification of Richard III. (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Stephen Thomas Larard. For services to the Magistracy and to charity in Hull East Riding of Yorkshire. (Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Ms Angela Jean Lawrence. Founder and Executive director Manchester Active Voices. For services to Tackling Gang and Youth Violence. (Stretford, Greater Manchester)

Bryan William Lawrence. For voluntary service to Scouting in Scarborough. (Scarborough, North Yorkshire)

Thomas William Lawson. For services to the St. Vincent de Paul Society in North East England and to the community in Tyne and Wear. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Claire Louise Layland. Special Educational Needs Teacher, Plymouth. For services to Special Educational Needs. (Tavistock, Devon)

Mrs Diane Camille Layzelle. Head of Student Life, Croydon College. For services to Further Education. (London)

Malcolm John Leeding. For services to the community in Oxfordshire. (Forest Hill, Oxfordshire)

Liam Lehane. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Professor Patricia Leopold. Sessional Lecturer and Advocate of Pro Bono Activities University of Reading. For services to Higher Education. (Eynsham, Oxfordshire)

Colin Lewis. Police Inspector Youth Engagement Unit. For services to Young People in Merseyside. (Southport, Merseyside)

Ms Donna Marie Lewis. Head of Consolidation and Financial Reporting Education Funding Agency. For services to Education. (Warwickshire)

Mrs Jean Lesley Lewis. Chair of Governors, Ashmount Special School, Loughborough. For services to Education. (Loughborough, Leicestershire)

Mrs Sandra Lindsay. Chair, Tangerine Public Relations and Project director, The Juice Academy. For services to Business and Young People. (Sale, Greater Manchester)

Trevor John Lloyd. Bookbinder. For services to the Craft of Bookbinding and Book Restoration. (Knighton, Powys)

Mrs Georgina Margaret Logan. President, Scottish Swimming. For services to Sport in Scotland. (Cupar, Fife)

Brian William Lord. Prison Officer HMPrison Manchester. For services to the Prison Service. (Oldham, Greater Manchester)

Robert Sidney Love. Local Authority Governor Morden Mount Primary School, Greenwich, London. For services to Education. (London)

Mrs Margaret Ruth Lowbridge. Chair, SFEDI Group. For services to Entrepreneurs and UK Business. (Heighington, Durham)

Alan Francis Peter Lowe. For services to Scouting and to the community in Budleigh Salterton Devon. (Budleigh Salterton, Devon)

Mrs Pauline Ruth Lucas. President, Conservative Women’s Organisation. For political service. (Colchester, Essex)

Philip Sydney Lusby. Head of School of Horticulture Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. For services to UK Plant Conservation and Botanical and Horticultural Education.

Mrs Rosemary Lyness. Executive Nurse director, NHS Lanarkshire. For services to Nursing and Midwifery. (Bishopbriggs, Glasgow)

Derek Stewart MacCallum. East Kilbride Contact Centre HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Public Administration and voluntary service to the community in Scotland. (Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire)

Eric McLean MacIntyre. Higher Education manager Loughborough College. For services to Higher Education. (Loughborough, Leicestershire)

Mrs Catherine Elizabeth MacKinlay. For voluntary service to St John Ambulance. (North Yorkshire)

Mrs Carolyn Heather MacLeod. Programme manager, Royal Caledonian Education Trust. For services to Education in the Armed Forces. (Craigiehall, Edinburgh)

Blair Alan Charles MacNaughton. For services to Tartan Weaving and Kilt Making in Scotland. (Murthly, Perth and Kinross)

Ms Rosemarie MacQueen. For services to the Preservation of Heritage. (London)

Andrew Bell Magowan. For services to Economic Development and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Garvagh, Londonderry)

Mrs Marie Mallon. Director of Human Resources, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. For services to Health and Social Care. (Belfast)

Mrs Lesley Janet Sophia Malone. Chartered Teacher of Physical Education, Linlithgow Academy. For services to Physical Education and Sport. (Linlithgow, West Lothian)

Mrs Susan Joy Marshfield. For services to the community in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. (Gloucestershire)

Miss Rebecca Masri. For services to charity. (London)

Mrs Jacalyn Claire Mathers. Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Children, Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to Tackling Female Genital Mutilation in Bristol. (Bitton, Bristol)

Mrs Valerie Joy Maynard. Prison Volunteer, HMPrison Lewes. For services to Prisoners and their Families. (East Grinstead, West Sussex)

William Robert Mayne. Joint Chair and director CDM Community Transport and Chair, Shopmobility Cookstown and Dungannon. For services to Rural Transport and People with Disabilities. (Cookstown, Tyrone)

Mrs Lynn McBurney. Vice Chair of the Board of Governors, Moorfields Primary School and Governor, Dunclug College. For services to Education. (Ballymena, Antrim)

Hugh Brown McClung. Chairman Stirling Tenants’ Assembly. For services to the community in Stirling. (Stirling and Falkirk)

Sister Mary Ann McCready. For services to People with Hearing Difficulties in Manchester. (Greater Manchester)

Mrs Michelle Elizabeth McCrindle. Chief executive, Food Train. For services to Older People in Scotland. (Dumfries)

Scott McCulloch. Senior Executive Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Mrs Ann McDonald. Voluntary Trusts secretary, The Mary Budding Trust. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs. (Tavistock, Devon)

James Thomas McKelvey. Managing director TerumoBCT. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland. (Randalstown, Antrim)

Ms Colette McKune. Deputy chief executive City West Housing Trust. For services to the community. (Salford, Greater Manchester)

William Henry Meadows. Forest District manager Dumfries and Borders. Forestry Commission. For services to Forestry. (Dumfries)

Mrs (Martha) Eleanor Mearns. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)

Mrs Lorraine Mercer. For services to the community and to charity in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)

William Alexander Miller. For services to Cricket and charity in Northern Ireland. (Londonderry)

Mrs Yvonne Miller. Operations manager, HM Court and Tribunal Service, East Hampshire and Isle of Wight. For services to Children within the Family Justice System. (Waterlooville, Hampshire)

Ms Barbara Patricia Millns. For services to Rowing in Tyne and Wear. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Alice Mills. Assistant Housing Services manager, Northern Ireland Housing Executive. For services to Housing. (Belfast)

Mrs Maria Mills. Centre manager, Oasis Community Centre, Plymouth. For services to the community in Plymouth. (Plymouth, Devon)

Dr John Gordon Milne. Chair General Dental Practice Committee, British Dental Association. For services to Dentistry. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)

Dr Pauline Campbell Milne. Head of Clinical Workforce Development and Planning Health Education East of England. For services to Nurse Education. (Harlow, Essex)

Dr Harriet Caroline Mitchison. Consultant Physician Sunderland Royal Hospital. For services to Medicine. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Her Honour Judge Anne Molyneux. For services to the Administration of Justice and voluntary service to Disadvantaged People. (London)

John James Monaghan. For services to Sport Administration in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Mrs Lesley Moody. Managing director, AES Digital Solutions Ltd. For services to Business, Education and International Trade. (Morpeth, Northumberland)

Norman Brian Moore. Director Wales Council for Deaf People. For services to Deaf People in Wales. (Llanelli, Carmarthenshire)

David William Morgan, DL. For services to Business and to Charity in the West Country. (Barnstaple, Devon)

David Wyndham Morgan. For services to Agriculture and for voluntary service to the Agricultural Community in Monmouthshire. (Usk, Monmouthshire)

Craig Morley. For services to Young People and to the community. (London)

Mrs Tegwen Evana Morris. National director, Merched y Wawr. For services to Language and Culture in Wales and for voluntary and charitable service in Aberystwyth and Overseas. (Aberystwyth, Ceredigion)

Ms Catriona Morrison. For services to Sport and voluntary service in Scotland. (Broxburn, West Lothian)

John Connor Muir. Founder Inverclyde Anti-Knife Group. For services to Victims of Crime and Crime Prevention. (Inverkip, Renfrewshire)

Arif Mukadam. Administrative Officer HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Combatting Tax Credits Error and Fraud and voluntary service to the community in Lancashire. (Blackburn, Lancashire)

Alastair William Marshall Murray. Security Office Operations manager Scottish Parliament. For parliamentary and community service in Scotland. (Edinburgh)

Ms Wanjiru Mwaura. Senior Peace and Security Adviser. Department for International Development. For services to Conflict Prevention in Africa. (London)

Professor Debra Ann Myhill. Director Centre for Research in Writing and Subject Leader for Secondary English, University of Exeter. For services to the Social Sciences. (Exeter, Devon)

Shane Nainappan. UK Asset Recovery Adviser to the UAE and GCC International Division, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order, particularly

International Co-operation. (Kings Langley, Hertfordshire)

Ms Rupinder Kaur Nandra. Senior International Projects and Programmes manager. Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. For services to International Business. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Ms Elizabeth Rosina Neat. For services to Community Cohesion. (Lancashire)

Miss Michelle Denise Newman. Threshold Team manager Plymouth. For services to Children and Families. (Plymouth, Devon)

Mrs Avril Rosemary Newton. Headteacher, Sanday Community School. For services to Outdoor Education and to the community in Orkney. (Sanday, Orkney)

Ms Jennifer Lizzie Ngulube. Foster Carer for Swiss Foster Care Leeds. For services to Children. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

James Leslie Robin Nichols. For services to Disabled Water-Skiing. (Wraysbury, Berkshire)

Mrs Gillian Nowland. Chief executive Officer, One25. For services to Vulnerable Women. (Bristol)

Councillor Frances Mary Oborski. For political and public service in Kidderminster and Wyre Forest. (Kidderminster, Worcestershire)

Councillor Stephen Thomas O’Brien. Chairman Watford Conservative Association. For voluntary political service. (Bushey, Hertfordshire)

Dr Erinma Eke Ochu. Wellcome Trust Engagement Fellow University of Manchester. For services to Public Engagement in Science, Engineering and Technology. (Greater Manchester)

James O’Connor. Chief executive NOAH Enterprise Luton. For services to Homeless People in Bedfordshire. (Moulton, Northamptonshire)

Dr Nigel Timothy James O’Connor. Consultant Haematologist Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shropshire. For services to Haematology. (Shrewsbury, Shropshire)

Ian Douglas O’Donnell. Director Real Point. For services to the Economy and the community in the West Midlands. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Mrs Heather Ann Ogburn. Founder, HMS Heroes. For services to Education. (Plymouth, Devon)

Ms Kate Joanne Orrick. Head of DFID Libya Department for International Development. For services to Development and Humanitarian Assistance. (Caterham, Surrey)

Mrs Michelle Ovens. Director, Ovens & Co and National Campaign director, Small Business Saturday. For services to Enterprise. (Didcot, Oxfordshire)

George Owen. Chair Omnibus. For services to the Arts and the community in Clapham. (London)

Joseph Barrie Owen. President Swansea Harriers Athletic Club. For services to Welsh Athletics.

Mrs Sandra Kathleen Paddon. For services to the community in Sidcup, Kent. (London)

Professor Marilyn Palmer. For services to Industrial Archaeology and Heritage. (Groby, Leicestershire)

Michael Keith Palmer. Chairman Waterway Recovery Group. For voluntary service to the Restoration of British Waterways. (Rowington, Warwickshire)

Herbert John Park. For services to the community in Ballymena Northern Ireland. (Ballymena, Antrim)

Mrs Janet Elizabeth Park. Pharmacist, Robertson’s Pharmacy, Coatbridge. For services to Healthcare in Lanarkshire. (Bothwell, Lanarkshire)

Mrs Jillian Winifred Parker. Founder, Eastbourne Area Parents’ Action Group and the JPK Sussex Project, Eastbourne. For services to Children and Adults with a

Learning Disability and their Families. (Eastbourne, East Sussex)

Trevor John Parkhill. Chairman Hazelwood Integrated College. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Mrs Aileen Margaret Parry. Chair of Governors, Oaklands School, Cheshire. For services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Ashton, Cheshire)

Naran Bhimji Patel. For services to the community and Community Cohesion in Cardiff. (Cardiff)

Mrs Aileen Francis Paterson. Author and Illustrator. For services to Children’s Literature. (Edinburgh)

Mrs Joanne Marie Pavey. Long-Distance Runner. For services to Athletics. (Devon)

Jonathan Charles Pearse. For political and parliamentary service. (London)

Mrs Alison Mary Pendle. Founder and Committee Member, West Wiltshire Portage Service. For services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Trowbridge, Wiltshire)

Mrs Caroline Ann Peters. Chief Superintendent, Area Commander, Avon and Somerset Constabulary. For services to Policing. (Penallt, Monmouthshire)

Dr Ian Joseph Peters. Committee Member Regulatory Policy Committee. For services to Regulatory Reform. (Fulmer, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Christine Ann Pickavance. For services to the community in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)

David John Henry Pickthall. Music Teacher Brentwood School, Essex. For services to Education and to charity. (Brentwood, Essex)

Capt Robin Charles Plumley. Research Ship manager National Oceanography Centre. For services to Marine Science. (Southampton, Hampshire)

Mrs Barbara Elaine Poole. Operations director, Acorn Learning Solutions Ltd. For services to Work-based Learning in Wales. (Caerphilly, Gwent)

John Leslie Portch. Chairman Avon County. For voluntary service to St. John Ambulance. (Bristol)

Ms Deborah Clare Potter. Chief Officer Dorset Special Constabulary. For services to Policing. (Poole, Dorset)

Neil Innes Cameron Powrie, DL. For voluntary service to the community in Dundee. (Dundee)

Mrs Sandra Price. For services to Netball in Coventry. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Mrs Kathryn Elizabeth Pugh. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Programme manager, NHS England. For services to Mental Health of Children and Young People. (London)

Professor Christopher Howard Raine. Consultant ENT Surgeon Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS and Ear Trust Charity. (Bingley, West Yorkshire)

Hugh Howat Ramsay. For services to the Preservation of the Clydesdale Horse Breed. (Newton Stewart, Wigtown)

Ms Paulette Randall. Theatre director and Producer. For services to Drama. (London)

The Reverend Roger Charles Redding. Chaplain to the Roma Gypsy and Traveller community. For services to Interfaith Relations and community in the South West. (Yeovil, Somerset)

Mrs Jane Victoria Redshaw. For services to the community and to charity in Wolverhampton, West Midlands and Bridgnorth, Shropshire. (Bridgnorth, Shropshire)

Garry Douglas Reed. Headteacher Swimbridge Church of England Primary School, North Devon. For services to Education. (Barnstaple, Devon)

Miss Nicola Jane Charlotte Bennett-Rees. Clinical Nurse Specialist Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Adeline Reid. Founder, Keith Cancer Link. For services to Cancer Care in the North of Scotland. (Keith, Banffshire)

Bruce Gavin Reid. Fundraiser Fire Fighters Charity. For services to the Fire Fighters Charity and the community. (Knaresborough, North Yorkshire)

Ms Sharmadean Reid. Founder WAH London Ltd. For services to the Nail and Beauty Industry. (London)

Mrs Moira Elizabeth Rennie. Co-president, Rennie Grove Hospice Care. For services to Patients with Life Limiting Illnesses. (Dornoch, Sutherland)

Lloyd Martin Richards. For services to the community in West Sussex. (East Grinstead, West Sussex)

Mrs Joyce Roberts. Chair, Liverpool Church of England Council for Social Aid. For services to the community, particularly Women. (Warrington, Cheshire)

Mrs Helen Joanna Mary Kilbride-Roberts. Chair, Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft, West Sussex. For services to the Arts and Crafts.
George Howard Robinson. MLA Member of the Legislative Assembly for East Londonderry. For public and political service. (Limavady, Londonderry)

Mrs Frances Mary Rodgers. Volunteer, Early Years Sector and Founder, Rodett Playgroups. For services to Children and Early Education. (London)

Ms Elizabeth Margaret Ropschitz. Mental Health Co-ordinator Resettlement and Care for Older Ex-Offenders and Prisoners. For services to Older Prisoners in Devon. (Teignmouth, Devon)

Mrs Eleanor Ross. Dementia Strategy Lead Nurse consultant, Public Health Agency. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland. (Larne, Antrim)

Mrs Karen Rosalind Ross. Chief executive, Relate Berkshire. For services to Children and Families. (Reading, Berkshire)

Michael Robert Routledge. Foster Carer Wirral. For services to Children and Families. (Woodchurch, Merseyside)

Mrs Margaret Dorothy (Margot) Sampson. Chair, The Children’s Society Fundraising Committee in Winscombe, Somerset. For services to Children. (Winscombe, Somerset)

Jose Fabio Jesus Santos. Artistic director Phakama. For services to Participatory Arts. (London)

Richard Victor Saunders. Chief executive GreaterSport. For services to Grassroots Sport in the North West. (Oldham, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Caroline May Schwaller. Chair of NAVCA, National Association for Voluntary Community Action and chief executive Officer, Keighley and Ilkley Community and

Voluntary Action, Bradford. For services to the community. (Halifax, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Vera Selby. For services to Snooker and Billiards. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Ms Jennifer Semahimbo. Programme manager Streetwise Project, Coventry. For services to Children. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Mrs Pratima Sengupta. For services to the community in East Renfrewshire. (Giffnock, Renfrewshire)

Mrs Margaret Sewell. For voluntary service to the Women’s Institute. (Rotherham, South Yorkshire)

Ms Yasvanti Govindji Lakhamshi Shah. Head of Adoption and Improvement Kent County Council. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Kiron Kumar Sharma. For services to Business and to charity in Berkshire. (Reading, Berkshire)

William James Shaw. District commissioner West Belfast District Scout Council. For services to Scouting in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Iain Shepherd. Marine Systems director MARCOM Defence. For services to the Marine Sector and the Economy in Chichester, West Sussex. (Aldwick, West Sussex)

Miss Gladys Bowman Ogilvy-Shepherd. For services to Animal Welfare and Veterinary Education. (Lundin Links, Fife)

Ms Hayley Anne Sherwen. Constable and Mental Health Liaison Officer Merseyside Police. For services to Mental Health. (Merseyside)

George Crawford Shiels. Councillor Magherafelt District Council. For services to Local Government and to the community in Mid Ulster. (Magherafelt, Londonderry)

Soames John Shillingford. Victim Support Officer London Borough of Redbridge. For services to Victims and Witnesses. (London)

Graham Robert Short, TD. Executive director, Educational and Social Services, East Ayrshire Council. For services to Education. (Kilmarnock, Ayrshire and Arran)

Mrs Harsha Yashwant Kumar Shukla. Chair, Lancaster and Morecambe Hindu Society and Chair, Lancaster District Communities Together Group. For services to

Interfaith Relations. (Standen Park, Lancashire)

Mrs Victoria Da Silva. For services to the Scout Association and to the community in Lancashire. (Blackpool, Lancashire)

Mrs Jean Duncan Simpson. For services to Athletics. (Radcliffe, Greater Manchester)

Ms Julia Elizabeth Simpson. West Thames Area manager Environment Agency. For services to communities at risk of Flooding. (Oxfordshire)

Roy Simpson. For services to Education Cricket and to the community in Durham. (Peterlee, Durham)

James George Thomas Smith. For services to the community in Crawley West Sussex. (Crawley, West Sussex)

Mrs Janet Mary Smith. Executive director of Therapies and Health Science, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. For service to Therapy Services in Wales. (Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)

Paul Smith. Chief Office Clerk House of Commons. For parliamentary services. (London)

Robin Anthony Smith, TD, DL. For services to the community in Leeds. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

William James Snelson. For services to the National Farmers Union and to the community in Bobbington Staffordshire. (Stourbridge, West Midlands)

Mrs Susan Clare Sotheran. For services to Girlguiding and to the community in Redcar, North Yorkshire. (Redcar, North Yorkshire)

Roger Leonard Speare. Chairman Emmaus, Bolton. For services to the community in Bolton. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)

Kenneth Barry George Sproston. University secretary and Clerk to Governors Staffordshire University. For services to Higher Education. (Staffordshire)

Professor Susan Margaret Standring. For services to Anatomical Education. (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Michael Frank Starbuck, BEM. Higher Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (Herefordshire)

Miss Kathryn Startup. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Ms Sue-Ann Steen. Chief inspector Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Mrs Rosemary Mantia Campbell-Stephens. Educator consultant, Equality and Diversity Leader and Leadership Trainer. For services to Education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Lionel Geoffrey Stewart. For services to the community in Bedfordshire. (Kempston, Bedfordshire)

Miss Casey Jean Stoney. Defender Arsenal Ladies and England Women’s Captain. For services to Football. (Essex)

Gordon Hamish Stout. For services to Scouting and to Young People. (Reading, Berkshire)

Joseph Gilfred Studholme. Chair The Salisbury Museum. For services to Museums. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)

Gordon Watson Summers. Assistant director Border Force, Home Office. For services to UK Border Safety. (Hamilton, Lanarkshire)

Mrs Pamela Lynn Tanner. Chair, Torfaen Voluntary Alliance. For voluntary service to the community in Torfaen. (Blaenavon, Torfaen)

Nigel Owen Tansley. For services to the Fire and Rescue Service. (Stretford, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Philippa Victoria Rosslyn Tasker. For services to Young People in Bristol. (Stoke Bishop, Bristol)

Miss Sonia Margaret Tate. Executive Officer Community Engagement Adviser, Work Services Directorate, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Young People. (London)

Dr Clare Joanne Taylor. General Practitioner Birmingham. For services to General Practice. (Stourbridge, West Midlands)

Miss Coral Mary Patricia Taylor. For services to Heritage and to the community in Wakefield West Yorkshire.

James Holmes Taylor. For services to Sport and charity. (Glasgow)

Steve Taylor. Foster Carer. For services to Young People in Swansea. (Swansea)

Mrs Wendy Taylor. Foster Carer. For services to Young People in Swansea. (Swansea)

Mrs Elizabeth Catherine Eirios Thomas. County Organiser, Young Farmers’ Club, Carmarthenshire. For voluntary and charitable service to Young Farmers. (Llanfynydd, Carmarthenshire)

Mrs Lynda Helen Myles-Till. Ambassador, Action for Children. For services to Children and Young People. (Shiplake, Oxfordshire)

Mrs Celia Rachel Annie Todd. For services to the community in Foston, North Yorkshire. (Strensall, North Yorkshire)

Thomas Christoforos Toumazis. Chairman ChildLine Board, London. For services to Children. (London)

Gary Francis Tubman. Matron Acute, Intensive Care and Rehabilitation Service, South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. For services to Mental Health Nursing. (London)

Mrs Nicola Turner. Director of Employability, Aston University. For services to Higher Education and Graduate Employability. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

John Alexander Vincent. Restauranteur. For services to School Food. (Horsted Keynes, West Sussex)

Mrs Marion Wallace. Headteacher, Isobel Mair School and Family Centre, East Renfrewshire. For services to Education. (Kelvindale, Glasgow)

Miss Alice Emerald Walters. Technical Lead Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Forensic Firearms Examination. (London)

Michael Kenneth Walton. Founder and Chair Ben Walton Trust. For services to Raising Awareness of Oral Cancer in the Medical and Dental Professions. (West Linton, Tweeddale)

Lt Col John Alexander Poole-Warren. Senior Executive Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to the Army. (Pewsey, Wiltshire)

Edward Watson. Principal Dancer The Royal Ballet. For services to Dance. (London)

Mrs Margaret Yvonne Watson. Foster Carer, Northumberland. For services to Children and Families. (Seghill, Northumberland)

Mrs Jane Watt. Clinical Lead, Physiotherapist Regional Cancer Centre and Lymphoedema Lead, Northern Ireland Lymphoedema Network. For services to

Physiotherapy and Lymphoedema Treatment.

Bryan Thomas Henderson Watts. Port Operative Port of Bristol. For services to the Shipping Industry. (Shirehampton, Bristol)

Mrs Carol Wendy Weaver. For services to the community in Tattenhall, Cheshire. (Tattenhall, Cheshire)

Peter Webb. Founder and managing director Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd. For services to Business and the community in Worthing, West Sussex. (Worthing, West Sussex)

Councillor William James Webb. Councillor Newtownabbey Borough Council. For services to Local Government and the community. (Newtownabbey, Antrim)

Shaun Webster. For services to People with Learning Disabilities and their Families. (Rotherham, South Yorkshire)

Mrs Patricia Anne Weller. For voluntary and charitable services in Brighton and Hove. (East Sussex)

Christopher Grahame Welsh. Director Global and European Policy, Freight Transport Association. For services to Shippers and the Shipping Industry. (Westgate on Sea, Kent)

Mrs Christine Whatton. Foster Carer, Wolverhampton. For services to Children and Families. (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

John Whatton. Foster Carer Wolverhampton. For services to Children and Families. (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

Miss Jordanne Joyce Whiley. Wheelchair Tennis Player. For services to Wheelchair Tennis. (London)

Mrs Kathryn Marie Whitlam. Chair of Trustees, RSPCA Sheffield Branch. For services to Animal Welfare. (Holmsfield, Derbyshire)

Paul Wickes. Chief executive Cornwall Marine Network. For services to the Marine Industry and the community in Falmouth, Cornwall. (Falmouth, Cornwall)

David John Widdas. Nurse consultant. For services to Children and Young People with Complex Care Needs. (Austrey, Warwickshire)

Mrs Christine Mary Wilkinson. For services to the Textiles Industry. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Janet Valerie Wilkinson. Communications manager, Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. For services to the Motor Industry and charitable services. (Esher, Surrey)

Mrs Sheila Williams. Volunteer, Petts Wood Playgroup, Kent. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and their Families. (London)

Robin Williamson. For voluntary service to Taxpayers. (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Derek Wilson. President Andros UK and Council Member, Institute of Directors. For services to Business. (Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire)

Frank Wilson. For services to Festival Arts in the North East. (Stockton-on-Tees, Durham)

John Wilson. For services to Boxing Young People and charity in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.

Miss Sarah Katharine Winckless. For services to Sport and Young People. (Hurley, Berkshire)

Dylan Fitzpatrick Winder. Head of Humanitarian Policy and Partnerships Department for International Development. For services to International Development particularly in the Philippines. (Lynsted, Kent)

Patrick Leonard Wing, JP. For services to the community in Solihull and Birmingham West Midlands. (Solihull, West Midlands)

Councillor Elaine Margaret Woodburn. Leader Copeland Council. For services to Local Government. (Egremont, Cumbria)

Col John Woodward. For services to Museums in Dorset. (Dorchester, Dorset)

Mrs Deborah Jane Wright. Secretary to the Civil Procedure Rule Committee. Ministry of Justice. For services to Civil Justice. (Leigh on Sea, Essex)

Mrs Helena Wyatt. Community Psychiatric Nurse, Oxfordshire. For services to Mental Health Nursing.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Gordon Lewis Aikman. For services to Motor Neurone Disease Awareness and Research. (Edinburgh)

Miss Regina Allanah. For voluntary service to the community in the London Borough of Haringey. (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)

Ms Iris Anderson. For services to Diversity in Government. (London)

Miss Susanne Carol Anderson. For services to Peace and Reconciliation in Bushmills and Moyle District County Antrim. (Bushmills, Antrim)

Timothy Anderson. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Magherafelt, Londonderry)

Robin Cyril Arch. For services to the community in Great Doddington Northamptonshire. (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire)

Andrew Michael Arrowsmith. For services to charity in Southwell Nottinghamshire. (Southwell, Nottinghamshire)

Clarence Herbert Atterby. President Boston Conservative Association. For voluntary political service. (Boston, Lincolnshire)

Mrs Helen Mary Ayling. Vice-Chair of Governors, Uplands School, Sandhurst. For services to Education. (Sandhurst, Berkshire)

Mrs Olga Daisy Bainbridge, JP. For services to the community in Shildon, Durham. (Shildon, Durham)

Mrs Patricia Anne Barker, JP. For services to the community in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. (Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire)

Mrs Ann Barlow. Homewatch Co-ordinator, Ashton-under-Lyne. For services to Community Safety and Equal Opportunities. (Ashton Under Lyne, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Barrett. For voluntary service to Public Rights of Way Network in East Anglia. (Stowmarket, Suffolk)

Ms Laura Carolyn Bates. Founder Everyday Sexism Project. For services to the Promotion of Gender Equality. (London)

Mrs Joan Muriel Gladys Bell. For services to Performing Arts in Northern Ireland. (Portstewart, Londonderry)

Mrs Susan Joan Bell. For services to Diving. (Bedfordshire)

Mrs Rosemary Anne Bennett. For services to the community in Newbury, Berkshire. (Newbury, Berkshire)

Julian Peter Charles Birley. Chairman North Norfolk Railway. For services to Railway Heritage. (Somerset)

John Edward Blackwell. For voluntary service on the Isle of Luing. (Isle of Luing, Argyll and Bute)

Mrs Deborah Jane Blake. Business Administrative Specialist Litigation, HM Prison Isle of Wight. For services to HM Prison Service. (Newport, Isle of Wight)

John Christopher Boocock. For voluntary services to the community in Barton Cambridgeshire. (Barton, Cambridgeshire)

Mrs MaryAnn Booker. For voluntary service to the Children’s Hearings System in Scotland and Riding for the Disabled in Aberdeenshire. (Inverurie, Aberdeenshire)

Kenneth Boon. Professional Driver Royal Mail Group. For services to the Royal Mail and charitable fundraising. (Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Carolyn Louise Booth. For services to the community in Aire Valley. (Bradford, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Marilyne Boothe. Diary secretary to the Chancellor, HM Treasury. For services to Public Administration and Diversity.

Mrs Doris Maureen Bowen. For services to the community in Beulah, Powys. (Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys)

Mrs Olwen Edith Bowen. For services to the community in Llanbister, Powys.

Donald Braithwaite. For services to Boxing and to Young People in Caerphilly. (Caerphilly, Gwent)

Mrs Patricia Elizabeth Brian. For services to the community in Frodsham and Helsby, Cheshire. (Warrington, Cheshire)

Mrs Jennifer Brisker. For voluntary and charitable services. (Wiltshire)

Ernest Broom. For services to the community in Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk. (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk)

Norman Brown. Secretary and Controller Royal Pioneer Corps Association. For services to the Pioneer Regiment. (Northamptonshire)

Mrs Catherine Wallace Brunton. For services to the community in North-East Fife. (Carnbee, Fife)

Simon Robert Budd. For services to the community in Brockham Surrey. (Brockham, Surrey)

John Robertson (Jack) Burgess. Public Relations Officer Scottish Saltire Association. For services to Military Aviation.

Miss Patricia Gillian Hampden Raynor Burstall. For voluntary service to the community in Bisham Village Berkshire. (Berkshire)

Mrs Eileen Margaret Caldwell. For services to charitable fundraising and the community in Portrush, Northern Ireland. (Portrush, Antrim)

Mrs Anne Callaghan. Parenting Practitioner, Nottinghamshire. For services to Children and Families. (Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire)

Miss Edith Jean Calway. Wings Appeal Officer Bristol Branch. For voluntary service to the RAF Association and to the community. (Coombe Dingle, Bristol)

Miss Susan Alison Cameron. For voluntary service to Youth Advantage Outreach in Aberdeenshire.

Mrs Jacquelyn Carmichael. Preschool Manageress, Robertson Barracks. For services to Service Families. (Dereham, Norfolk)

Graham Robert Carpenter. Chief executive Dandelion Time. For services to Young People and Families in Kent. (Crowborough, East Sussex)

Miss Catherine Carter. Head of Humanitarian Information and Communication Save the Children. For humanitarian services, particularly for Syria. (London)

George Alfred Carter. For services to the community in Stokesley North Yorkshire. (Stokesley, North Yorkshire)

Sqn Ldr David Chappell. Higher Executive Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to the RAF and to Conservation. (Alnwick, Northumberland)

Robin Clayton. For services to Hospital Radio West Yorkshire. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Ms Bridget Ann Cluley. Trustee Hope and Homes for Children and Fundraiser, Divisional vice president and Trustee, NSPCC. For services to Children and Families. (Broadway, Worcestershire)

Mrs Sheila Collins. For services to the community in the Mournes. (Newry, Down)

Mrs Ann Marie Corbett. Childminder, Bradford. For services to Children.

Mrs Patricia Anne Corrick. For services to the community in Draycott and Rodney Stoke, Somerset. (Cheddar, Somerset)

Mrs Jean Craghill. For services to the community in Holmrook, Cumbria. (Holmrook, Cumbria)

Mrs Tracey Ann Creed. For services to the community in Guston, Kent. (Dover, Kent)

Miss Katie Elizabeth Cutler. For services to Fundraising in the community in Gateshead Tyne and Wear. (Tyne and Wear)

Kenneth Aubrey Dalton. For services to the community in Blaby Leicestershire (To be dated May 6, 2015). (Blaby, Leicestershire)

Percy George Davey. For services to Young People in Crediton Devon through the Scout Movement. (Crediton, Devon)

Mrs Hazel Joan Davies. Lollipop Lady, Maes-Y-Coed School, Cardiff. For services to Children and Road Safety. (Cardiff)

Miss Rhiannon Eleri Davies. Welsh Language Officer Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. For services to the Promotion of the Welsh Language in the NHS in South East Wales. (Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)

Mrs Susan Joan Davies. For services to the community in Bristol. (Bristol)

Mrs Linda Dawson. For servces to the Millennium Green in Hoddlesden, Lancashire. (Darwen, Lancashire)

Malcolm Dawson. Security Operations manager University of Leeds. For services to Higher Education and Students. (York, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Victoria Margaret Dawson. Museum Volunteer. For services to Museums in the South West of England. (Taunton, Somerset)

Councillor Frank Alan Delderfield. For services to the communities in Great Totham and Maldon Essex. (Maldon, Essex)

Mrs Carol Florence Doey. For services to the community in Cookstown, County Tyrone. (Cookstown, Tyrone)

Cornelius George Donovan. For services to Business and Charity in Essex. (Benfleet, Essex)

Andrew Richard George Dow. For services to Railway Heritage (To be dated April 30, 2015). (York, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Joan Downing. Councillor, Westfield Parish Council, East Sussex. For services to Rural Inclusion. (Hastings, East Sussex)

Mrs Edith May Duberley. Postmistress. For services to the community in Ruardean, Gloucestershire. (Ruardean, Gloucestershire)

Mrs Julie Dudgeon. For services to charitable fundraising in the North East. (South Shields, Tyne and Wear)

John Emery. Rugby Volunteer. For services to Grassroots Rugby in Gloucestershire. (Longlevens, Gloucestershire)

Mrs Alice Jean Evans. For services to the West Suffolk Group of Riding for the Disabled and to the community in Barrow, Suffolk. (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk)

Christopher James Sydney Evans. Volunteer Ashford Cricket Club. For services to Grassroots Cricket. (Addlestone, Surrey)

Edward Watkin Evans. Poppy Appeal Organiser North Wales. For voluntary service to the Royal British Legion. (Rhewl, Denbighshire)

Mrs Karen Elizabeth Evans. Domestic Abuse Forum Chair, Rushmoor and Hart Districts, Hampshire Constabulary. For services to Protecting Victims of Domestic Abuse. (Fleet, Hampshire)

Mrs Sandra Jane Evans. Childminder and Community Leader, Hertfordshire. For services to Children and Families. (Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire)

Barry John Ewington. President Nuneaton Harriers. For services to Athletics in the Midlands. (Nuneaton, Warwickshire)

Christopher Stuart Fairhurst. For voluntary service to the community in Garth Llangammarch Wells, Powys. (Llangammarch Wells, Powys)

Ms Jennie Ferrigno. Tenant Board Member and Chair Red Kite Community Housing. For services to the community of Wycombe. (Woodburn Green, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Elaine Lilian Ferry. Dance Teacher and Principal, Three Spires Dance School. For services to Dance in Coventry. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Mrs Myrna Rae Festing. For services to the community in Rye, East Sussex.

Mrs Constance Mary Foster. For services to the community in Castle Sowerby and Sebergham, Cumbria. (Carlisle, Cumbria)

John Alan Foster. For services to the community in Castle Sowerby and Sebergham Cumbria. (Carlisle, Cumbria)

Mrs Caroline Estella Fowke. Volunteer, Wiltshire Dyslexia Association and Governor, Sheldon School, Wiltshire. For services to Children with Special Educational

Needs and Disabilities. (Chippenham, Wiltshire)

Gary Malcolm Francis. For services to the community in Gosport Hampshire. (Lee-on-the-Solent, Hampshire)

Mrs Flora Frank. For services to the Jewish community and to charity in Edgware, North London. (London)

Mrs Carole Ann Garrett. Director, Profit Optimiser. For services to Enterprise and Skills in Burnley. (Burnley, Lancashire)

Mrs Joyce Gee. For services to Children and Young People with Special Needs through The Deanne Gee Memorial Fund in York. (York, North Yorkshire)

Michael Gee. Rugby Volunteer. For services to Rugby in the South West. (St Ives, Cornwall)

Mrs Marion Elizabeth Giles. For services to the community, especially the Millom Recreation Centre in Cumbria. (Millom, Cumbria)

Mrs Ruth Glenn. For services to People with Learning Disabilities through the Swanley Cygnet Club in Kent. (Swanley, Kent)

Robert Kenneth Goodman. Bandmaster Britannia Band. For services to Music in Northern Ireland. (Londonderry)

Mrs Judith Beatrice Graham. Volunteer Fundraising Supporter, Chelsea Branch chairman, NSPCC. For services to Children. (London)

Donald Cumming Grant. Voluntary Observer Dunbar Weather Station. For services to Meteorology through the Voluntary Weather Observing Network. (Dunbar, East Lothian)

Mrs Margaret Gray. For services to the community, especially to the Heaton Graveyard in Bradford, West Yorkshire. (Bingley, West Yorkshire)

Sister Maureen Greaves. For services to the community in North Sheffield. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Mrs Laura Kathleen Greenaway. For services to Young People and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Banbridge, Down)

Brian Gregson. Chair Old Colwyn Scout Group Committee. For voluntary and charitable service to the community in Conwy. (Conwy)

Bibi Tej Kaur Grewal. For services to Interfaith Relations and the Sikh community in Berkshire. (Slough, Berkshire)

Mrs Lorraine Margaret Grocott. Clerk, Milland Parish Council. For services to the community in Milland, West Sussex. (Milland, West Sussex)

Mrs Uttamjit Kaur Gujral. Head of Community Partnerships, London Borough of Hounslow. For services to the community in Hounslow. (London)

Mrs Jane Hilary Gurney. For services to Adults with Learning and Physical Difficulties through the Target Club in Stowmarket, Suffolk. (Stowmarket, Suffolk)

Mrs Hilary Eleanor Halliday. Public Relations Officer, Newry and Mourne District Council. For services to Local Government. (Newry, Down)

Mrs Angela Mary Harris. For services to the Hanwell Neighbourly Care Scheme in West London. (London)

Bashir Hasham. For services to the community in Orkney. (Orphir, Orkney)

Gregory Hawkins. Rugby Volunteer. For services to Rugby in the North West. (Urmston, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Janet Elizabeth Haylett. For services to the community in Long and Little Wittenham, Oxfordshire. (Abingdon, Oxfordshire)

Peter Stanley Albert Hayman. For services to the community in Northiam East Sussex. (Rye, East Sussex)

Kenneth John Headley. Fundraiser RNLI. For services to Maritime Safety. (Dunbar, East Lothian)

Mrs Edna Hilda Heappey. For services to charity and to the community in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)

Ms Anne Heath. Trustee Home-Start Westminster. For services to Children and Families. (London, W2)

Mrs Elizabeth Hewitt. For services to the community in Hawarden and Mancot, Flintshire. (Deeside, Flintshire)

Cdr Anthony Higham. Royal Navy (Retd). For services to the community in Hambledon Hampshire and for charitable service.

Dr Peter John Hine. Founder and Chair West Yorkshire National Trust Volunteers. For services to Heritage. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Carl Hingley. Senior Automotive Technician School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Birmingham. For services to Mechanical Engineering. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Jeremy Hobbs. For services to charity especially Compton Hospice in Wolverhampton, West Midlands. (Shropshire, West Midlands)

Mrs Kay Louise Holmes. District commissioner, Cardiff East and South Scouts. For services to Young People in Cardiff. (Cardiff)

Mrs Mary Elizabeth Horne. For services to the community in Walton on Trent, Derbyshire. (Swadlincote, Derbyshire)

Mrs Josephine Ann Horner. For services to the Citizens Advice Bureau in Stroud. (Stroud, Gloucestershire)

Gary Edward Howard. Chief Office Clerk House of Commons. For parliamentary service and voluntary service to the Scout Movement. (Potters Bar, Hertfordshire)

Miss Mary Norah Howse. For services to the community in Beckley and Rye East Sussex. (Rye, East Sussex)

Mrs Dorothy Huddart. Fundraiser, Penrith Branch, British Red Cross. For charitable services. (Penrith, Cumbria)

Councillor Clare Ceridwen Hughes. For voluntary service to the community in Pontrhydfendigaid Ceredigion. (Ystrad Meurig, Ceredigion)

Ms Katherine Hughes. For voluntary service to the community in Caerphilly and to the Environment in Wales. (Caerphilly, Gwent)

Maurice Jason Humphris, DL, JP. For services to the community in Banbury, Oxfordshire. (Banbury, Oxfordshire)

Keith Reginald Hunt. For services to Sport and to the community in Reading and Wokingham Berkshire. (Wokingham, Berkshire)

Mrs Sadia Rahanara Hussain, JP. For services to Diversity Inclusion and the community. (Southend on Sea, Essex)

Mrs Josephine Jane Jordan Hutchinson. For services to the Arts in Worthing. (Worthing, West Sussex)

Mrs Mary Olive Isaac. For services to Heritage in the South West. (Wotton under Edge, Gloucestershire)

Vernon Lewis Jennings. For services to the Barns Green Half Marathon and to the community in Barns Green West Sussex.

Councillor Douglas James John. For services to the community in Pencoed Bridgend. (Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan)

Donald Johnson. For services to the community in Winterton North Lincolnshire. (Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire)

Mrs Shirley Johnston. Sub Post Mistress, Culkey, County Fermanagh. For services to the Post Office and to the community in Culkey. (Culkey, Fermanagh)

Allan Frederick Jones. Honorary president Edmonton Unit, Sea Cadet Corps. For voluntary service. (Bedfordshire)

Mrs Doris Mary Jones. Councillor, Darlington Borough Council and Chair, Middleton St. George Parish Council. For services to the community in County Durham. (Darlington, Durham)

Miss Gillian Avril Jones. For voluntary service to the community in Llanrhystud Ceredigion. (Llanrhystud, Ceredigion)

Peter Carter Jones. For services to the Establishment of the Welsh National First World War Memorial in Flanders Belgium. (Swansea)

William Wallace Jones. Church Organist. For services to Music in North Ayrshire. (Kilbirnie, Ayrshire and Arran)

Arthur Hugh Conway-Jones. For services to Heritage in Gloucester. (Barnwood, Gloucestershire)

Mrs Ruth Lesley Jubert. Chair, Home Start Guildford. For services to Children and Families. (Effingham, Surrey)

Mrs Claire Judge. Volunteer, Development Committee, Ashurst Wood Community Pre-School. For services to Early Years Education. (West Sussex)

Matthew James Ivan Kee. For services to Fundraising in Fermanagh and Trillick. (Enniskillen, Fermanagh)

Peter Kelly. Founder and Volunteer the Arrows Basketball Club, Sheffield. For services to Physical Education. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Mrs Ursula Kent. Group Leader and Co-ordinator, Elmbridge University of the Third Age. For services to Adult Learning. (Walton on Thames, Surrey)

Mrs Ann Muir Kerr. Chair, Motor Neurone Disease Association Central Scotland Committee. For services to charitable fundraising. (Falkirk, Stirling and Falkirk)

Michael John Polkinghorne-Kerris. For services to Young People through the Scout Movement. (Par, Cornwall)

Raymond Michael Key. For services to the Craft of Wood Turning. (Worcestershire)

Mrs Elizabeth Keys. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland. (Strabane, Tyrone)

Ms Taryn Khanam. Department of Energy and Climate Change. For services to Diversity in Government and the Bengali community in East London. (London)

Anthony Dinham King. Volunteer National Coastwatch Institution. For services to Maritime Safety. (Fowey, Cornwall)

Miss Mavis Sarah Eleanor Kirk. Administrative Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence and voluntary service to Young People. (Hillsborough, Down)

Mrs June Knightley. For services to the community in Houghton and Hetton, Tyne and Wear. (Houghton le Spring, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Hazel Olive Knowles. President, Halesowen Unit, St. John Ambulance. For voluntary service to First Aid. (Halesowen, West Midlands)

Peter Norman Knowles. For services to the community in West Chiltington West Sussex. (Pulborough, West Sussex)

Mrs Katherine Grace Laing. For services to the community in Dalwood, East Devon. (Axminster, Devon)

Miss Natasha Lambert. For services to charity. (Cowes, Isle of Wight)

Mrs Deborah Alison Lammin. Choir Mistress, Burntwood School Chamber Choir, London. For services to Education. (London)

Mrs Rita Langford. For services to the community and to charity in Kington, Herefordshire. (Kington, Herefordshire)

John Laverty. Field Officer South Eastern Education and Library Board. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland. (Dundonald, Down)

Gordon Lawrie. For services to Piping in Dunbartonshire. (Alexandria, Dunbartonshire)

Ms Alison Lawson. Special Documents Officer Department for Business Innovation and Skills. For services to Security and Information Rights. (London)

Ms Janina Barbara Lazarski. Volunteering Coordinator University of Winchester. For services to Higher Education and to the community in Hampshire. (Southampton, Hampshire)

Mrs Hilary Ann Ledbrook. For services to the community in Ashorne, Warwickshire. (Warwickshire)

Mrs Evelyn Christian Munro Lennie. For services to the Children’s Hearings System in Scotland. (Glasgow)

Mrs Cherry Netta Leppard. For voluntary service to the community in Kent. (Folkestone, Kent)

Mrs Catherine Lewis. For services to the community in Sheerness, Kent. (Sheerness, Kent)

Desmond Norman Libby. For services to the community in Polruan Cornwall. (Fowey, Cornwall)

Mrs Anne Robson Lloyd. Drama Teacher, Fenham, Newcastle upon Tyne. For services to Education and to the community in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (Ponteland, Northumberland)

Ms Lorraine Lloyd. For services to the community in Welshpool Powys. (Welshpool, Powys)

Mrs Eileen Lochhead. Occupational Therapy Care Group Lead, Paediatrics, NHS Lanarkshire. For services to Healthcare. (Kirkintilloch, Glasgow)

Mrs Jean Loudon. For voluntary service in Glasgow. (Milton, Glasgow)

Martyn Loukes. Chair LGBT Staff Network, Transport for London. For services to Diversity in the Workplace. (London)

Yuk Shan Lui. For services to Cultural Diversity and Education in Northern Ireland.

Mrs Anne Frances MacCallum. Head of Specialist Services, Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. (Stroud, Gloucestershire)

Neil MacLeod. For services to Crofting and the community in the Western Isles. (Stornoway, Western Isles)

Ian Roderick MacNeill, JP. For services to the community in Salford Greater Manchester. (Worsley, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Amanda MacTaggart. For services to the community in Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire. (Clydebank, Dunbartonshire)

Samuel James Malcolmson. For voluntary service to Patients at Musgrave Park Hospital Northern Ireland. (Larne, Antrim)

Ms Narpinderjit Mann. Volunteer Worker and Community Project Coordinator United Sikhs, London Borough of Ealing. For services to the Sikh community. (London)

Mrs Bridget Rosemary Marshall. Yorkshire County Organiser, National Gardens Scheme. For services to charitable fundraising. (York, North Yorkshire)

John David Marshall. For services to Built Heritage in Northern Ireland. (Bangor, Down)

Peter Gregory Mason. Chair Sir Tom Finney Preston Soccer Development Centre. For services to Amateur Sport. (Preston, Lancashire)

Reginald Vivian May. For services to the community in Bridport Dorset.

Ms Nancy McAdam. Member Inverness Dementia Memory Group. For services to People with Dementia. (Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty)

Mrs Mary McAlinden. For services to the community in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. (Craigavon, Armagh)

Sgt Maj Jonathan Hugh McDonald. Detachment Commander Nairn, Army Cadet Force. For voluntary service. (Nairn)

Mrs Heather McColl McIntosh. Cub Leader, Glenkens Cub Scouts. For services to the Scouting Movement and to the community in Dumfries and Galloway. (Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire)

Mrs Annie Watt Amos McKenzie. For services to the Ochil Care Home and the community in Perthshire. (Perth, Perth and Kinross)

Ms Julie McKirdy. Library Supervisor Thimblemill Library. For services to the community in Smethwick, West Midlands. (Smethwick, West Midlands)

Mrs Gillian McWhirter. Secretary, Multiple Sclerosis Society Ross-shire Branch. For services to Healthcare. (Dochfour, Inverness-shire)

Mrs Glenda Mee. Teaching assistant, Impington Village College, Cambridgeshire. For services to Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Histon, Cambridgeshire)

Michael Charles Mellor. For services to the Chase Arts in Public Spaces Organisation and to the community in Cannock Staffordshire. (Cannock, Staffordshire)

John Gilbert Millington. For services to the community in Witcombe and Bentham Gloucestershire. (Brockworth, Gloucestershire)

Dr William Patrick Campbell Mills. For services to the community in Westerleigh Bristol.

Zafran Mohammed. Director All 4 Youth. For services to Young People and the community in Birmingham. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

James Montgomery. Club Ambassador Sunderland Association Football Club. For services to Football. (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Jean Montgomery. For services to the Cub and Scout Movement in Reddish, Greater Manchester. (Tameside, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Monica Joan Moreton. For services to Young People through the Girl Guiding Movement in Aldbourne. (Marlborough, Wiltshire)

John Alexander Muir, JP, DL. Secretary, Italian Chapel Preservation Society. For voluntary service in Orkney. (Holm, Orkney)

Peter Mulholland. For services to Athletics in Wimbledon. (London)

Mrs Lesley Jane Munt. For services to the community in Brockenhurst, Hampshire. (Brockenhurst, Hampshire)

Mrs Helen Isabella Murchison. For services to the community in Lochcarron, Ross-shire. (Strathcarron, Ross and Cromarty)

Mrs Susan Mary Myatt. For services to the community in Chadlington, Oxfordshire. (Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire)

Mrs Jean Shirley Napier. Secretary, Northampton Division, SSAFA. For voluntary service to Armed Forces Personnel. (Northamptonshire)

Mrs Judith Neale. For services to the community in Hanwell, West London.

Jarlath James Newman. Regimental Sergeant Major Instructor 2nd NI Battalion, Army Cadet Force. For services to Young People and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Killyleagh, Down)

Mrs Julie Nixon. Foster Carer, Credocare, Kent. For services to Children and Families. (Greatstone, Kent)

Mrs Muriel Ann O’Driscoll. Sexual Health Nurse, Brook. For services to Nursing. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Joseph Patrick Owens. For services to Scouting in County Fermanagh Northern Ireland. (Enniskillen, Fermanagh)

Mrs Anita May Parker. Founder, Woodside Farm Stables, Riding for the Disabled Association. For services to People with Disabilities. (Mansfield, Nottinghamshire)

Mrs Iris Paterson. Catering assistant, University of Aberdeen. For services to Student Catering. (Aberdeen)

Andrew Joseph Patton. For services to the community in Sion Mills Northern Ireland. (Strabane, Tyrone)

Mrs Jean Eileen Elizabeth Peasley. For services to the community in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire. (Bourne End, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Marion Percy. For services to the community in Colwall, Worcestershire. (Leominster, Herefordshire)

Mrs Joan Perkin. For voluntary service to the community in Paddington Green, London. (London)

Dr Maria-Luisa Marino Pettigrew. General Practitioner London. For services to International Primary Care. (London)

Mrs Irene Mary Maud Phillips. Treasurer, Kington Unit, St. John Ambulance. For voluntary service to First Aid. (Kington, Herefordshire)

Mrs Sheila Margaret Pick. For services to the Scout Movement in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. (Oundle, Northamptonshire)

David Henry George Pinfold. For services to the community especially in the East Downland Benefice, Newbury, Berkshire. (Newbury, Berkshire)

Trevor Pitman. Technical manager School of Biological Sciences, University of Reading. For services to Higher Education. (Newbury, Berkshire)

Miss Elizabeth Ann Pooley. For voluntary political service in Chesham and Amersham Buckinghamshire. (Chesham, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Evelyn Porter. For services to the Girls’ Brigade in Saltcoats, Ayrshire. (Saltcoats, Ayrshire and Arran)

Mrs Sylvia Rosalind Prestwich. For services to the community in Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire. (Kettering, Northamptonshire)

Ms Maurizia Quarta. Volunteer. Co-founder and Chair of Wiltshire, Parent Carer Council. For services to Children and Families. (Pewsey, Wiltshire)

Andrew Howard Quick. Xdandcc Website Developer. For services for Retired Police Officers. (Devon)

Mrs Gloria Hill Reeves. For services to charitable fundraising. (Reading, Berkshire)

Peter Reilly. For services to the community in Saltcoats Ayrshire. (Saltcoats, Ayrshire and Arran)

(Frank) Linden Riley. Special Constable Greater Manchester Police. For services to Policing. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)

Ms Josephine Roach. Founder Pedal Power. For services to Widening Participation in Sport. (London)

Donald John Roberts. For services to Young People through Swimming and to Bellringing in Torquay Devon. (Torquay, Devon)

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Robinson. For services to the community in Throckley, Tyne and Wear. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Margaret Ann Irene Robinson. Trustee, Fountainville Trust. For services to the Scout Movement in Northern Ireland.

Ms Gail Robson. For services to Gymnastics in North Tyneside. (North Shields, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Veronica Marian Rodgers. Officer, Western Education and Library Board. For services to Young People. (Omagh, Tyrone)

Mrs Yvonne Lea Rodgers. For services to the St. Stephen’s Drop-In Centre in Twickenham, London. (London)

Mrs Diana Betty Rout. For services to the community in Shurdington, Gloucestershire. (Cheltenham, Gloucestershire)

Mrs Elizabeth Monica Sains. For services to the Conservation of Withcote Chapel. (Oakham, Rutland)

Mrs Jean Christina Schofield. Chair, Porthcawl Branch, Kidney Wales Foundation. For services to Kidney Research. (Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan)

Miss Roberta Scott. For services to Music in the community in Coleraine. (Coleraine, Londonderry)

Robert Sewell. Volunteer Cadet Unit Leader Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Young People and the community in Newham. (London)

Mrs Roberta Sharpe. For services to Gymnastics. (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Mavin Elizabeth Skene Shulver. For services to the community in Bungay, Suffolk. (Bungay, Suffolk)

Ms Heather Ann Shute. For voluntary services to Disabled People and the community in Oxfordshire. (Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire)

Ms Harbans Kaur Sidhu. Volunteer Worker United Sikhs, London Borough of Ealing. For services to the Sikh community. (London)

Douglas Taylor Sim. Chairman St Bees Parish Council. For services to the community in St. Bees, Cumbria. (Cumbria)

Ronald Simpson. Company secretary Uppingham First. For services to Community Planning in Uppingham, Rutland. (Rutland)

Albert Edward Skeates. For services to the community in Blaenau Gwent. (Blaenau, Gwent)

Mrs Joan Mary Slaney. For services to the community in Beckenham. (London)

David Anthony Small. Founder and Musical director Penclawdd Brass Band. For services to Music in Swansea. (Swansea)

Mrs Agnes Caldwell Smith. Caseworker and Fundraising Coordinator, Glasgow Branch, SSAFA. For voluntary service to Armed Forces Personnel. (Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire)

Miss Margaret Mary Smith. Volunteer Aberdeen Branch, Samaritans. For voluntary service in Aberdeenshire. (Aberdeen)

Philip Edward Smith. For services to the community in Sherington Buckinghamshire. (Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Mary Louisa Snell. Voluntary School Swimming assistant, Liskeard, Cornwall. For services to Physical Education. (Liskeard, Cornwall)

Mrs Veena Soni. Head, Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service, Gateshead Council. For services to the community in Tyne and Wear. (Newcastle, Tyne and Wear)

Richard Francis John Steel. For services to the community and to charity in Winchester Hampshire. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)

Mrs Marion Hope Sterritt. For voluntary services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)

Miss Yla Lesley Steven. Conductor and Musical director Edinburgh Highland Reel and Strathspey Society. For services to Scottish Music. (Edinburgh)

Miss Linda Caroline Strachan. Founder Newham Swords Fencing Club. For services to Community Sport. (Newham, London)

Mrs Veronica Stuart. Volunteer, Melford Hall, Suffolk. For services to Heritage. (Suffolk)

Mrs Joy Sullivan. Export Adviser, North East Chamber of Commerce International Trade Team. For services to International Trade. (Prudhoe, Northumberland)

Stephen Sutcliffe. Project Leader Renovation of Skokholm Island. For voluntary service to Conservation, particularly Ornithology on Skokholm Island, Pembrokeshire. (Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire)

Mrs Janet Swift. Administrative Officer, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Welfare and voluntary service to the Rotherham Neuro Support Group. (Rotherham, South Yorkshire)

Dr Janet Felicity Tait. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Aldeburgh Suffolk and through Save the Children. (Aldeburgh, Suffolk)

Stephen James Tatnell. Hospital Porter Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. For services to the NHS in Cardiff and services to Charitable Fundraising. (Rhiwbina, Cardiff)

Mrs Mary Joan Taylor. For services to the community in Burwash, East Sussex. (Etchingham, East Sussex)

Mrs Verna Elsie Tripconey. For services to the East Lizard Helpline and to the community in Helston, Cornwall. (Helston, Cornwall)

Mrs Barbara Anne Turner. For services to the community in Holymoorside and Chesterfield, Derbyshire. (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)

Philippe Turner. External Relations and Development Second Wave Youth Arts, London. For services to Young People, Police and Community Engagement. (London)

Vartan Giaragos Vartoukian. Cinema manager Gibraltar Barracks. For services to Armed Forces Personnel. (Yateley, Hampshire)

Mrs Karen Vaughan. Higher Officer, Personal Tax Operations, Portsmouth, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax Collection and charity. (Portsmouth, Hampshire)

Maurice Vaughan. For services to Cricket in Etwall. (Etwall, Derbyshire)

Jonathan Venner. Organist and Choirmaster Church of St. Edward the Confessor, Romford. For services to Choral Music. (London)

Mrs Clare Melody Waggett. For services to Young People through the Scout Movement and the community. (Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol)

Mrs Carol Susan Wain. For charitable services and services to the community in Anglesey. (Isle of Anglesey)

Mrs Christine Shirley Ward. For voluntary service to the community in Upminster and Cranham. (London)

Mrs Susan Ward. Chair, West Durrington Phoenix Youth Group. For services to Children and the community in West Durrington. (Worthing, West Sussex)

Michael Derek Warrilow, JP. Community Fire Safety Officer, Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the community in Stoke-on-Trent. (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)

Arthur Edmeston Watson. Co-Owner The Riverside Restaurant. For services to the Hospitality Industry in the South West. (Bridport, Dorset)

Mrs Janet Watson. Co-Owner, The Riverside Restaurant. For services to the Hospitality Industry in the South West. (Bridport, Dorset)

Ms Linda Watson. Co-ordinator Caw/Nelson Drive Action Group, Londonderry. For services to the community. (Caw, Londonderry)

Mrs Ann Marie Wheatley. Volunteer, Maryhill and Possilpark Citizens Advice Bureau. For voluntary service in Glasgow. (Bearsden, Glasgow)

Mrs Amanda Jane Williams. Chair, Independent Monitoring Board, HM Prison Brixton. For services to Prisoners. (London)

Mrs Wendy Williams. Dysphagia Specialist Nurse, Betsi Cadwaladr. University Health Board. For services to Adult Nursing for People with Learning Disabilities in North Wales. (Holyhead, Isle of Anglesey)

Mrs Ann Susan Walkden-Williams. For charitable services and services to the community in Prestatyn, Denbighshire. (Prestatyn, Denbighshire)

Ms Florence Dianne Wilson. Higher Executive Officer Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence and the community in Lisburn. (Belfast)

Mrs Irene Marianne Wilson. For services to the community in Enfield. (London)

Mrs Patricia Anne Wilson. For services to Young People through the Girlguiding Movement in Cheshire. (Macclesfield, Cheshire)

Andrew Stephen Wood. Executive Chef University of York. For services to Higher Education and University Catering. (York, North Yorkshire)

David Woodhead. For services to Fell Running. (Keighley, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Eileen Frances Woodhead. For services to Fell Running. (Keighley, West Yorkshire)

Miss Rowenna Jane Woodward. For services to Young People in Surrey and West Sussex through the Guide and Scout Movements. (Copthorne, West Sussex)

Mrs Edna Doris Woolsey. For services to the community in Stalham, Norfolk. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Mrs Veronica Wootton. Information Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to RAF Leuchers Personnel and their Families. (Cupar, Fife)

Mrs Christine Joyce Wright. For services to Cancer Research and to the community in Selkirk, Scottish Borders. (Scottish Borders)

Stephen James Wright. For services to the community in Grassmoor Hasland and Temple Normanton, Derbyshire. (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)

Maj Michael John Wyatt. Volunteer. For services to the Restoration of the Reading Section of the Kennet and Avon Canal. (Reading, Berkshire)

Samuel Oliver Young. For services to Alcoholics Anonymous in Castlederg County Tyrone.

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Professor Christopher Munro Clark. Regius Professor of History Cambridge University. For services to British German relations.

ORDER OF THE BATH

CB

Conrad Stuart Prince. Director general Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

KCMG

Dr Andrew John Pocock, CMG. High commissioner, Abuja, Nigeria. For services to British foreign policy in Africa. (no address )

Mr Edward Zacca. President of the Court of Appeal of the Turks and Caicos Islands. For services to justice on Overseas Territories and to the Privy Council.
CMG

Peter Graham Batey, OBE. Chairman of Great Britain China Centre. For services to UK relations with China.

Thomas Drew. Formerly Principal private secretary to the Foreign secretary Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy interests.

Paul Dennis Griffiths. Chief executive Officer Dubai Airports, and vice president, Royal College of Organists. For services to British prosperity in the United Arab

Emirates and to music.

Rudolph Harold Peter Markham. Non-Executive director Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Management Board.

Miss Jill Morris. Director Europe Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Dr Francis Vijay Narasimhan Rangarajan. Director Europe Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British multilateral diplomacy.

Simon John Meredith Smith. HM Ambassador Kyiv, Ukraine. For services to British foreign policy interests in Ukraine.

Mark Cameron Angus Thomson, OBE. Secretary General, Association for the Prevention of Torture. For services to global torture prevention.

Peter West. High commissioner Freetown, Sierra Leone. For services to British foreign policy in Africa.

Ms Elizabeth Anne Wright. Academic School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, Nottingham University and other Institutions. For services to the understanding of China.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Dr Iain Douglas-Hamilton, OBE. Founder and chief executive Officer, Save the Elephants. For services to wildlife conservation.

OBE

John Joseph Bassadone. Chief executive Officer Gibunco Group Gibraltar Underwater Contractors Limited. For services to business in Gibraltar.

Michael Joseph Birch. Entrepreneur. For services to technology and online services.

Mrs Xochiltzin De La Luz Birch. Entrepreneur. For services to technology and online services.

Russell Peter Brown. Formerly Chair British Chamber of Commerce in China, Beijing, and Marketing director, LehmanBrown. For services to British Business and to the

British Community in China.

James Anthony Cain. Founder Thirsty Planet and fundraiser for Pump Aid. For services to impoverished communities in support of Pump Aid.

Jonathan Paul Clegg. Musician and Anti-Apartheid Activist. For services to the Arts vulnerable people and children, and to democracy in South Africa. (Bacup, Lancashire )

Satpal Dass. Chair and managing director Pacific Interiors. For services to British business in India.

Fergus John Cochrane-Dyet. HM Ambassador British Embassy, Monrovia, Liberia. For services to British foreign policy.

Dr Hania Morsi Fadl. Founder and chief executive Officer Khartoum Breast Cancer Centre Sudan. For services to improving healthcare for women in Sudan.

Ms Kristina Mary Gibson. First secretary Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For service to British foreign policy.

Dr Oliver Sam Spencer Johnson. Programme director King’s Sierra Leone Partnership. For services in the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone.

Mrs Deborah Jean Jones. Co-ordinator, Diabetes Centre, King Edward Hospital. For services to Bermuda.

Nigel Bruce Lythgoe. TV Producer. For services to the Performing Arts Education and Charity. (Wirral)

Mrs Margaret Ann Manning. Group chief executive Officer, Reading Room. For services to British exports to Singapore and wider Asia Pacific region.

Andrew McLoughlin. Co-Founder and Former Executive vice Partner Huddle. For services to UK business and technology leadership.

Pablo Miller. First secretary Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For service to British foreign policy.

Timothy Leslie Miller. Senior Security Officer British Embassy, Kabul, Afghanistan. For services to security at the British Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Roger John Moore. Financial Investigations Adviser Caribbean Criminal Assets Recovery Programme. For services to criminal asset recovery work in the UK and the Caribbean.

Antoni Feliks Reczek. Chairman British-Polish Chamber of Commerce. For services to British business interests in Poland.

Layman Daniel Scott. Managing Partner Ernst & Young Ltd, Cayman Islands. For services to the financial services and judiciary in the Cayman Islands.

Jeremy Mark Norton Smith. Former Deputy head UN Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Joint Mission to Syria. For services to disarmament counter-proliferation and the elimination of chemical weapons.

Robert David Stokoe. Director Jumeirah English Speaking School, Dubai. For services to education in the United Arab Emirates. (no address )

Albert Mackenzie Watson. Photographer. For services to photography.

Professor Cyril James Weir. Powdrill Chair in English Language Acquisition University of Bedfordshire. For services to English Language Assessment. (Bedfordshire)

Peter William Alfred White. Public Servant Montserrat. For services to safety and security in the community of Montserrat.

David Leslie Wills. Former head of Diplomatic and VIP Security Protocol Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to diplomatic and VIP security.

Ms Helena Alexandra Elizabeth Young. First secretary Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For service to British foreign policy.

MBE

James Frank Amos. Community Volunteer. For services to the community in Bermuda.

Mrs Linda Susan Bullen. Co-Founder, The Catherine Bullen Foundation. For services to relieve poverty, sickness, distress and the preservation of health in rural Namibia.

Dr John William Cann. Formerly chief Medical Officer Ministry of Health Bermuda. For services to improving public health in Bermuda.

Nathan John Cole. First secretary Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Ms Rachel Turner Forster. Relief and Development Volunteer and consultant. For services to international development humanitarian relief and poverty reduction.

The Reverend Dennis George Fowler. Author and Researcher. For services to botanical research and the preservation of the Ila people’s culture.

Dr Keith Campbell Franklin. First secretary Nuclear British Embassy, Tokyo, Japan. For services to UK/Japan relations in the field of nuclear energy.

Robin Eric Garland. Chairman The Project Mala Charitable Trust. For services to improving education and life prospects of children in India.

Michael Gil. Retired chief Technical Officer HM Government of Gibraltar. For service to the Government of Gibraltar.

Ms Christine Bridget Gordon. Founder the Rehabilitation Institute for Autism and Related Communication Disorders. For services to charitable interests, education and UK-Bahraini relations.

Joel Grattan Guinness. First secretary Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For service to British foreign policy.

Derek William Haines. Senior manager Security and Community Relations, Dart Enterprises, George Town. For services to community services and sport in the Cayman Islands.

John Joseph Law. President British Chamber of Commerce, Italy. For services to British trade and investment in Italy.

Mark John James Leppard. The Principal of Doha College Qatar. For services to British education in Qatar.

Mrs Margaret Jean Long. Co-Founder, Children of Fiji. For services to early childhood and special needs in Fiji.

Dr Peter Michael Long. Co-Founder Children of Fiji. For services to early childhood and special needs in Fiji.

Dr David Richard Marsh. Chair British-American Business Association. For services to British-American business.

Declan McCavana. Senior Lecturer. Ecole Polytechnique, and president, French Debating Association. For services to the promotion of the English language in France.

Jonathan William Andrew McIvor. Director Siren Associates, Lebanon. For services to stability in the Middle East.

Ms Elizabeth Ann McLaren. Manager Accreditation UK, British Council. For services to UK English language schools.

Ms Elizabeth Mehta. Founding director. Muktangan Schools Network. For services to education in India.

Jeffrey James Mitchell. Vice Consul British Embassy, Bangkok, Thailand. For services to British nationals in Thailand.

Ms Sarah Jane Morris. Formerly Deputy head of Conference and Events Team Protocol Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to FCO and British interests.

Ms Sandra Anne Owen. Governor British Community Assistance Fund. For services to the British community in the United Arab Emirates.

Thomas Patrick Phipps. Second secretary Political British Embassy, Manila, Philippines. For services to conflict resolution in the Philippines.

Stephen Pollard. First secretary Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For service to British foreign policy.

William Frank Pooley. Nurse. For services to combating Ebola in Africa.

Ms Caroline Jane Quinn. Formerly Second secretary Human Rights British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to Human Rights in China.

Dilip Dayaram Tirathdas. Retired Financial secretary Gibraltar. For public service in Gibraltar.

Ms Joanna Lindsey Waddington. Founder of Ace Africa Kenya, UK and Tanzania. For services to deprived children and communities in Kenya and Tanzania.

Paul Richard Walsh. Founder Jungle Crows Foundation, Kolkata, India. For services to youth in Kolkata and to British interest in India.

Mrs Charlotte Elizabeth Webb. Volunteer. For services to remembering and promoting the work of Bletchley Park.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Miss June Arrowsmith. Trustee and Treasurer Mission Marts. For services to fundraising overseas.

Mrs Helen Beggs. Personal assistant to HM Ambassador, British Embassy, Holy See. For services to relations between the United Kingdom and the Holy See.

Jonathan Robert Burns. Founder and chief executive Officer Lionsraw. For services to children and communities through football.

Ms Bronwyn Anne Capon. Political and Visits Officer British High Commission, Canberra, Australia. For services to British Australian relations.

Michael John Collinson. Founder Skrum Programme Swaziland. For services to orphans and vulnerable children in Africa.

Ms Christina Rosemary King Fonfe. Founder and director The Sri Lanka Women’s Swimming Project. For services to women, tsunami survivors, and the community in Sri Lanka.

Ms Kathleen Linora Greenaway. Formerly director of Education and Community Volunteer. For services to education and community service in Montserrat.

Ms Jacqueline Greenlaw. Consular Officer British Consulate Boston, United States of America. For services to British nationals in distress, and the British community in the USA.

Charles Albert Delmar Lindley. Founder and head of Sailing for the Disabled in Cascais Portugal. For services to disabled people.

Mrs Wendy Josephine Marston. Co-Founder and Social Worker, BVs, Nepal. For services to burn victims in Nepal.

Gordon Morrison. Founder and Chair World Child Cancer Global. For services to children with cancer in the developing world.

Dereck Charles Rogers. Veterinarian Tristan da Cunha. For services to the community in Tristan da Cunha.

David Andrew Shaw. Honorary Consul Equatorial Guinea. For services to British nationals in Equatorial Guinea.

Miss Christine Barbara Sumter. President Samaritans in Spain. For services to the British Community in Spain. (no address )

Ms Jagoda Trajkovic. Vice Consul British Embassy Belgrade, Serbia. For services to British nationals in distress in Serbia.

John Keith Anthony Wroe. Co-Founder and chief executive Officer Street Child United. For services improving the lives of street children worldwide.

COMMONWEALTH

BAHAMAS

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

The Honourable Hartman Godfrey Longley. Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. For services to the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

BELIZE

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Delhart Luthrel Courtney. Senior. For services to sport and to the community.

Jose Victor Moreno. Senior. For services to music.

Mrs Norberta Pulido. For services to the community.

COOK ISLANDS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Manea Tuoteote o Karaemura Turepu. For services to the Public Service and to the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Barry Albert Hill. For services to the community.

Rongo Tama Taia. For services to the community.

GRENADA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Gordon Vivian De La Mothe. For services to Art.

Dr Slinger Francisco. For services to Culture.

MBE

Mrs Sheril Edwards-Courtney. For services to business and the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Ms Heather Albanie. For services to the community.

Paul R. A. Jeremiah. For services to farming.

GUERNSEY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Mrs Josephine Boyd. For services to Hospice Care.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Stephen Richard England. Captain Boys’ Brigade. For services to the Boys’ Brigade in Guernsey.

ISLE OF MAN

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Ms Alison Jane Gomme. For services to the Isle of Man Prison and Probation Services.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

James Edward Crebbin. For services to Manx Music and to the Community.

JERSEY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Dr Gari Purcell-Jones. For services to Jersey Hospice Care.

Jurat Paul Liddiard. For services to forensic and conventional dentistry in less-developed countries.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Justice Warwick Andrew. Formerly Judge in the National and Supreme Courts. For services to the community and the judiciary.

Kosta George Constantinou, OBE. For services to sport tourism, banking and to the community.

Andrew Sean Trawen, CMG, MBE. Commissioner, Papua New Guinea Electoral Commission. For public service.

GEORGE Order Of Saint Michael And Saint.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG

Loi Martin Bakani. Governor of the Bank of Papua New Guinea. For services to banking.

The Honourable Mao Zeming. For services to the community and to politics.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE

The Honourable Peter Ipatas, MP. For services to the community in the fields of health education and vocational training.

CBE

The Honourable Anderson Agiru, MP. For services to the community and politics.

Ms Winnie Anna Kiap. Secretary of the National Executive Council and High commissioner to the UK. For public service.

The Honourable Michael Malabag, OBE. For services to the Electoral Commission the Public Employees Association and to the community.

Nicholas Mark Thompson. For services to agriculture and to the community of West New Britain Province.

OBE

Geoffrey Applegate. For services to the legal profession to mining and to trade.

Sister Relida Gumur. For services to education and to the Catholic Church.

Leslie Hayward. For services to air transportation and to Air Niugini.

The Reverend Father Michael Igo. For services to leadership training and to the community.

Dr Lawrence Kalinoe. For services to law and public administration as secretary of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General.

William Laudin Lamur. For services to business management and to the community.

The Honourable James Miringtoro, MP. For services to national politics and to the community in Bougainville.

Nigel Henry Parker. For services to the community and to commerce.

Lamiller Pawut. For services to fisheries development and surveillance in the Pacific region.

Mataio Rabura, ISO. For public service particularly in the area of immigration and citizenship.

The Reverend Father Victor Roche. For services to the Catholic Church.

Dr Amelia Homba Sialis, BEM. For services to the community and to health care.

Douglas Taylor. Helicopter Pilot. For services to Aviation.

Ellison Towallom. For national public service and services to the Bougainville Government.

Veali Vagi. For public service and services to relations between Papua New Guinea and Malaysia.

MBE

Ken Andi. For services to the Lutheran Church and to Bible translation.

Charles Apping. For services to education.

Emmerich Arbel. For services to education.

Carl Baga. For services to the Morobe provincial administration.

Mrs Rava Chapman. For diplomatic and consular service.

Charles Dama. For services to the community and to education.

Mrs Violet Gerega. For services to education curriculum development and training.

Kayau Gorea. For services to agriculture and to entomology.

Chief Superintendent Wini Henao Q. P.M. For services to the community and to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

Jacob Iki. For services to public administration and to the community.

Chief Inspector Paul Kinston Isari. For services to the community and to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

The Reverend Zongegao Kiluwa. For services to the Evangelical Lutheran Church and to the community.

Brother Rudi van Lier. For services to the community of Enga Province and to the Church.

Richard Lyons. For services to the community and to education.

Zengzeng Mari. For services to education and to the University of Goroka.

Mrs Nellie Rebbie McLay. For services to commerce, the community, and sport.

Nigel Paul Merrick. For services to law business and the community.

The Reverend David Odd. For services to the community to the United Church, and to youth care.

Amaya Ola. For services to the community and to rural development.

Mongoma Perikoma. For services to the community.

Brian Cameron Smith. For humanitarian endeavours and for services to the community.

John Philip Taunakekei. For services to the community and to the diplomatic service.

Lagona Wari. For services to education and sport.

Christopher David Wynn. For services to education and to the Anglican Church.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Terry Aimai. For services to village court and to the community.

Hannington Akena. For services to the community.

Frank Baloiloi. For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

John Bangkok. For services to business and to the community.

Ms Raine Bayabe. For services to rural healthcare.

Watnabara Bortan Bunbun. For services to education.

Supa Francis Daiworo. For services to government at local level.

John Titus Elep. For services to the community.

Otto Gele. For services to the community.

Demas Rambunap Gigimat. For services to the community.

Mrs Lumbame Haralu. For services to rural healthcare.

Lawrence Israel. For services to the community and to the Police Force.

Akuila Kalebo. For services to the community and to the Police Force.

Caspar Kandamari. For services to village court.

Mrs Josephine Kawage. For services to education.

Ambe Kelely. For public service.

Yuke Komba. For services to the community.

Steven Kotene. For services to agriculture and to the community.

John Kunda. For services to the community.

Paul Pale Laa. For services to the community.

David Marimbun Mingin. For services to the community.

Tony Miria. For services to the community.

Kua Mogia. For services to education.

Linus Kenawi Mondi. For services to the community.

Wane Yallo Ninzipa. For services to the community.

Joe Oleka. For services to education.

Samuel Alimuli Paraide. For services to education.

Thomas Pok. For public service.

Joel Raitano. For services to education.

Botu Saidamu. For services to village court.

Kang Seng. For services to the community.

Mrs Mary Sond. For services to education.

Logona Tai. For services to the United Church.

Jeffery Alu Tommy. For services to the community.

The Reverend Moresby Tunge. For services to the Papua New Guinea Bible Church.

Willy Yalindogu. For services to village court.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Col John Rakatani. Papua New Guinea Defence Force

MBE

Lt Col John Giregire. Papua New Guinea Defence Force

Lt Col John Manuai. Papua New Guinea Defence Force

Cdr Phillip Polewara. Papua New Guinea Defence Force

Chief WO Peter Givere, BEM. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Chief WO Jonah Jogo. Papua New Guinea Defence Force

Chief WO Tiriman James Tarutia. Papua New Guinea Defence Force

WO Joseph Lapangas. Papua New Guinea Defence Force

MEDAL Queens Police.

QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL

QPM

Superintendent Lincoln Gerari. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

Chief Superintendent Victor Isouve. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

SAINT LUCIA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Stephen David Rupert McNamara. For public service and services to the legal profession.

OBE

Theophilus Ferguson John. For services to the community and the country.

Father Thomas Raymond Laurent. For services to the Church the community and the country.

MBE

Pastor Wulstan Charles. For services to the community and to the Church.

Reginald Dominic Cherebin. For services to the community.

George Deterville. For public service.

Joseph Rameau Poleon. Outstanding Folklorist and Musician.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Cyril Felix. For services to the community and to the art of Calypso.

Joseph Grames Jean. For services to education.

Mrs Rufina Jennifer Cooper-Jn Baptiste. For services to the community and the public.

Frederick Jongue. For services to education and to the community.

Eustace Carol Tertullien. For services to education and to the community.

SOLOMON ISLANDS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Bishop Richard Basil Naramana. For services to education religion, commerce and business, the community and social development.

MBE

Stephen Firibae. For services to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force and to community development.

Walter Folotalu. For services to national security politics, the Church and to community development.

Emmanuel Kouhota. For services to policing immigration, integrity institutions and to the judiciary.

Mrs Moddie Nanau. For services to broadcasting and to the community.

Moses Ramo. For services to community empowerment and service development in the area of human rights.

The Right Reverend Nathan Tome. For services to aviation education, the Church, and to community development.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Alfred Devesi Bouro. For services to education the Church, and to community development.

Ishmael Kaipulu. For services to the Church and to community development.

Ms Annie Margaret Kiriau. For services to commerce and business and to raising awareness of violence against women.

Ms Doreen Kuper. For services to commerce and business diplomacy, culture, community and to social development.

The Reverend Walter Devi Manerau. For services to education the Church, to sport and to community development.

Eric Taraihaka. For services to health care in the area of Malaria Control in Malaita Province.

TUVALU

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE

Dr Iftikhar Ahmad Ayaz, OBE. For services to Tuvalu.

MILITARY DIVISION – ROYAL NAVY

ORDER OF THE BATH

CB

Rear Admiral Timothy Peter Fraser.

Rear Admiral Clive Charles Carruthers Johnstone, CBE.

Lt Gen Gordon Kenneth Messenger, DSO, OBE. Royal Marines.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Brig Timothy John Bevis. Royal Marines

Commodore Jeremy Jonathan Frank Blunden, LVO. Royal Navy.

OBE

Cdr (now Capt) John Paul Bowers. Royal Navy

Capt Andrew Paul Burns. Royal Navy

Cdr Angus Nigel Patrick Essenhigh. Royal Navy

Capt Trevor James Gulley. Royal Navy

MBE

WO Class 1 (Seaman) David John Deakin.

Cdr David Leslie Hewitt. Royal Navy

Lt Cdr Bethan Kitchen. Royal Navy

Cdr Kerry Lewis Marmont. Royal Navy

WO Class 1 Marine Engineering Mechanic (Marine Engineering Submarines) Gary Nicolson.

WO Class 2 (now WO Class 1) (Air Engineering Technician) Mark Plummer.

Lt Cdr (now Acting Cdr) John Matthew Punch. Royal Navy

Lt (Acting Lt Cdr) Paul Gary Simpson. Royal Navy

Lt Cdr Robert John Geoffrey Tantam. Royal Navy

QUEEN’S VOLUNTEER RESERVES MEDAL

QVRM

CPO (Mine Warfare) Thomas Mitchell Dewar. Royal Naval Reserve

MILITARY DIVISION – ARMY

ORDER OF THE BATH
CB

Maj Gen David Mark Cullen, OBE. Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Lt Gen Philip David Jones, CBE. The Royal Anglian Regiment.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Col Robert Booth Caldwell. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Col Jonathan Charles Clasper. Royal Army Medical Corps

Brig Gary Colin Deakin, OBE. The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment.

Col Peter Francis Mahoney, OBE, TD, QHS. Royal Army Medical Corps.

OBE

Lt Col Jonathan David Billings, MBE. Royal Tank Regiment.

Lt Col Matthew Willard Louis Botsford, MBE. 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards.

Lt Col Benjamin James Fitch. Royal Corps of Signals

Lt Col Alistair Stuart Kirman Fox, MBE. Corps of Royal Engineers.

Col Dominic Paul Fox, MBE. Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Lt Col Arwyn Lewis. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Lt Col Mark Andrew Pomroy. Adjutant General’s Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch)

Lt Col Peter Thomas Quaite. Corps of Royal Engineers

Lt Col Adrian Peter Reilly. The Royal Regiment of Scotland (Scotland)

Acting Col Andrew Stanley Taylor. Army Cadet Force

Lt Col Simon Rupert West. Royal Regiment of Artillery

MBE

Maj James William Aldridge. Welsh Guards

Maj Richard John Fellowes Baillon. The Parachute Regiment Army Reserve.

Maj Mark Rufus George Beynon. The Royal Welsh

Acting Capt Samuel Harris Carruthers. Army Cadet Force

WO Class 1 Graham Steven Chignell. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Cpl Craig Clark. Royal Corps of Signals

Maj Nicholas David Guise Cowley. The Queen’s Royal Hussars

Lt Col Mark Alan Davies. The Queen’s Royal Lancers

Staff Sgt Aaron Durham. Corps of Royal Engineers

WO Class 2 David John Elliott. Corps of Royal Engineers

Cpl Christopher Simon Ellis. The Royal Logistic Corps

Chaplain to the Forces Karl Frederick Freeman. Royal Army Chaplains’ Department Army Reserve.

Maj Christopher William Gibson. Royal Army Medical Corps

Maj Richard John Hall. The Yorkshire Regiment (Yorkshire)

Maj Christopher Clive Hearn. Army Air Corps

Cpl David Heron. The Royal Logistic Corps

Capt Nicholas Spencer Homer. The Royal Logistic Corps

Maj Adrian Lawrence Hunter. Coldstream Guards

Capt Michael James. The Royal Regiment of Scotland (Scotland)

Maj Sarah Louise Johnson. The Royal Logistic Corps

Maj Caroline Joanna Lewin. Royal Corps of Signals

Lt Col Michael Duncan Lewis. Corps of Royal Engineers

Acting Maj Alexander Munro Mack. The Royal Regiment of Scotland (Scotland)

Lt Col Peter McMillan. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

WO Class 1 Paul Meadows. The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment

Maj Colin George Munce. The Royal Logistic Corps

Acting Lt Col Mark Alexander Nicholas. The Royal Anglian Regiment

Lt Col Jeffrey Edward Pearson. Royal Army Medical Corps Army Reserve.

Maj Kevin David Rogers. Corps of Royal Engineers

Acting Lance Cpl Cayle Darren Royce. The Light Dragoons

WO Class 2 Gavin James Ruck. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Maj Roderick Mungo Templeton Shannon. Scots Guards

Capt Richard David Somerville. Corps of Royal Engineers Army Reserve.

Lt Col Charles Rupert Metrustry Story. Corps of Royal Engineers

Capt Justin Stuart Taylor. Corps of Royal Engineers

Staff Sgt Gareth Neill Thomas. 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards

WO Class 1 Michael Spencer Thompson. The Rifles

Maj Colin Wood. The Parachute Regiment

Maj Casanna Jane Helen Wootten. Royal Corps of Signals

ROYAL RED CROSS

RRC

Col Karen Janette Irvine. Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps

ARRC

Maj Leigh Keiron Kenworthy. Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps

QUEEN’S VOLUNTEER RESERVES MEDAL

QVRM

Capt Christopher Francis Dunn. The Parachute Regiment Army Reserve.

Brig William Joseph O’Leary, TD, DL. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Army Reserve

WO Class 2 Christopher Michael Poultney. Royal Regiment of Artillery Army Reserve.

Col David Anthony Rew, TD. Royal Army Medical Corps, Army Reserve.

MILITARY DIVISION – ROYAL AIR FORCE

ORDER OF THE BATH

CB

Air Vice-Marshal Peter Ronald Ewen. Royal Air Force

Air Vice-Marshal Graham Peter Farnell, OBE. Royal Air Force.

Air Vice-Marshal Aroop Kumar Mozumder. Royal Air Force

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Group Capt Paul William Atkinson. Royal Air Force

Air Commodore Neil McGregor Connell, OBE. Royal Air Force.

Air Commodore Gerard Michael David Mayhew. Royal Air Force

OBE

Wing Cdr Paul Ernest Leonard Bower. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Wing Cdr Steven Robert Chapman. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Jonathan Blythe Crawford. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Tamara Nancy Jennings. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Mark David Leeming. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Ian Morton Robinson. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Davendra Murray Sharma. Royal Air Force

MBE

Sqn Ldr Michael Jeremy Jean-Paul Burton. Royal Air Force

Senior AC Lee Edward Lovelace Cooper. Royal Air Force

Cpl David Derbyshire. Royal Auxiliary Air Force

Chief Technician Derek James Edwards. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Tracey Maria Farndon. Royal Air Force

Flt Lt Gareth William John Hare. Royal Air Force

WO Thomas McEwan. Royal Air Force

Master Aircrew Aaron Martin Neal. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Ritchie Nelson Paine. Royal Air Force

WO Graeme William Spark. Royal Air Force

Master Aircrew Duncan Alexander Tripp. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Peter Vaughan. Royal Air Force

ROYAL RED CROSS

ARRC

Sqn Ldr Susan Power. Royal Air Force

QUEEN’S VOLUNTEER RESERVES MEDAL

QVRM

Sgt Helena Joy Thomas. Royal Air Force Reserve

OVERSEAS TERRITORIES POLICE AND FIRE SERVICE MEDAL

OTPFSM

Isaac Massias. Chief inspector Royal Gibraltar Police.

Ian McGrail. Superintendent Royal Gibraltar Police.

Leopold Rodriguez. Sergeant Royal Gibraltar Police.

Andrew Watson. Constable Royal Gibraltar Police.

QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL

QPM

ENGLAND AND WALES

Andrew Charles Adams. Deputy chief Constable Hertfordshire Constabulary.

Christopher Armitt. Assistant chief Constable Merseyside Police.

Jonathan Boutcher. Deputy chief Constable Bedfordshire Police.

John David Campbell. Assistant chief Constable Thames Valley Police.

Ms Dawn Copley. Assistant chief Constable Greater Manchester Police.

Detective Superintendent Francis James Joseph Flood. Metropolitan Police Service.

Chief Superintendent Sunita Gamblin. Derbyshire Constabulary.

Detective Constable Hywel Wyn Griffiths. Gwent Police.

Detective Chief Inspector Steven Stuart Hibbitt. Humberside Police.

Cdr Christine Jones. Metropolitan Police Service.

Nadeem Fazil Mir. Temporary chief inspector Greater Manchester Police.

Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Peter Murray. Thames Valley Police.

Simon John Prince. Chief Constable Dyfed Powys Police.

Alan Pughsley. Chief Constable Kent Police.

Karl Rathbone. Inspector North Wales Police.

Detective Sgt Steven Simmons. British Transport Police.

Chief Superintendent Stephen Mark Swani. Devon and Cornwall Police.

Stephen John Williams. Inspector North Wales Police.

SCOTLAND

Andrew Gillies. Special Constable Police Scotland.

Iain Livingstone. Deputy chief Constable Police Scotland.

NORTHERN IRELAND

Detective Inspector Peter Wallace Galbraith. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

George Ernest Craythorne Hamilton. Chief Constable Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Sgt Richard Gary McMullan. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

QUEEN’S FIRE SERVICE MEDAL

QFSM

ENGLAND AND WALES

Darran Russell Gunter. Chief Fire Officer Dorset Fire and Rescue Service.

Nigel Mark Hutchinson. Chief Fire Officer North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Gary Charles Walsh. Deputy chief Fire Officer East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.

Nigel Andrew Williams. Chief Fire Officer Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service.

SCOTLAND

Stephen Bates. Firefighter Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

Roddy Lees. Watch manager Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

Robert Scott. Assistant chief Officer Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

QUEEN’S AMBULANCE SERVICE MEDAL

QAM

ENGLAND AND WALES

Fredrick Lawrence. Paramedic manager North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Gordon Roberts. Head of Service Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Bryan Ward. Head of Education and Standards Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

SCOTLAND

Garry Fraser. General manager Scottish Ambulance Service.

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Knights Bachelor

Ajegbo, Keith Onyema, OBE, Formerly Headteach, Deptford Green School, Lewisham, London. For serv Educ. Andrews, Ian Charles Franklin, CBE, TD, Second perm under-sec of State, MOD. Bindman, Geoffrey Lionel, For serv Human Rights. Bradfield, Dr John Richard Grenfell, CBE, For serv Science, Business and to the commty in Camb. Brewer, Alderman David William, CMG, JP, Formerly Lord Mayor of London. For serv the City of London. Crawford, Robert William Kenneth, CBE, Dir-Gen, Imperial War Museum. For serv Museums. Dalton, Prof Howard, Chief Scientific Adviser, Dept for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Prof in the Dept of Biological Sciences, Univ of Warwick. Duff, Prof Gordon William, Prof of Molecular Medicine, dir of Molecular and Genetic Medicine and Medical Research Dean, Sheffield Univ. For serv Public Health. Dyson, James, CBE, Founder and Chair, Dyson Ltd. For serv Business. Green, Prof Malcolm, Formerly vice-Principal, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College and hd, National Heart and Lung Inst. For serv Medicine. Hampton, Philip Roy, Chair, J Sainsbury plc. For publ serv. Holroyd, Michael De Courcy Fraser, CBE, Writer. For serv Literature. Macdonald , Kenneth Donald John, QC, Dir of Public Prosecutions and hd of Crown Prosecution Service. Massie, Herbert William, CBE, Chair, Disability Rights Commn. For serv Disabled People. Murray, David Edward, Chair, Murray Internat Holdings Ltd. For serv Business in Scotland. O'Reilly , Prof John James, Formerly Ch exec, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Ccl. For serv Science. Oliver, His Honour Stephen John Lindsay, QC, Presiding Special commr and pres, VAT and Duties Tribunals; pres, Financial Services and Markets Tribunal. For publ serv. Rake, Michael Derek Vaughan, Chair, KPMG Internat. For serv the Accountancy Profession. Scott, Prof George Peter, Vice-Chancellor, Kingston Univ. For serv Higher Educ. Shearing, George Albert, OBE, Jazz Pianist and Composer. For serv Music. Smith, Kevin, CBE, Chief exec, GKN plc. For serv ind. Tooke, Prof John Edward, Dean, Peninsula Medical School, Hon consult Physician, R Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust. For serv Medicine.

Order of the Bath

Companion (CB)

Codling, John, Finance dir gen, Dept for Work and Pensions. Fellgett, Dr Terence Robin, Dir and Dep hd, Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat, Cabinet Office. Henderson, Richard Mitchell, Solicitor, Office of the Solicitor to the Scottish exec. Herdan, Bernard, exec dir, Identity and Passport Service, Home Off. Hicks, Dr Colin Peter, Formerly dir-Gen, Brit National Space Centre and Member, Natural Environment Research Ccl. For serv Science. Marchant, Ronald John, Chief exec, Patent Office, Dept of Trade and Indust. Orhnial, Anthony Joseph Henry, Dir, Pers Tax and Welfare Reform, HM Treas. Ramsay, Andrew Charles Bruce, Dir-Gen, Culture, Creativity and Economy Group, Dept for Culture, Media and Sport. Smith, Maurice John, Formerly HM ch insp of Schools, Office for Standards in Educ, Dept for Educ and Skills. Toal, Patrick Thomas, Permanent sec, Dept of Agriculture and Rural Development, Northern Ireland exec. Wanless, Peter Thomas, Dir, School Performance and Reform, Dept for Educ and Skills. Williams, Dr David Wynford, Formerly National Hydrographer and Ch exec, United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, MOD. Woolley, Trevor Adrian, Finance dir, MOD.

Royal Victorian Order

Knight Commander (KCVO)

Reid, Philip Alan, Keeper of the Privy Purse. Waterworth, Alan William, Formerly Lord-Lt of Merseyside.

Commander (CVO)

Arthur, Lt Gen Sir John Norman Stewart, KCB, Formerly Lord-Lt of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. Orr Ewing, Maj Edward Stuart, Formerly Lord-Lt of Wigtownshire. Guest, John Terence Moulton, Formerly exec dir of Round Square. Cunningham-Jardine, Capt Ronald Charles, Formerly Lord-Lt of Dumfries. Matthews, Bernard Trevor, CBE, For serv The Duke of Edinburgh's Award. Montgomery, Sir Basil Henry David, Bt, Formerly Lord-Lt of Perth and Kinross. Orton, Peter Charles, For serv Children's Literacy. Pomery, Michael Alan, Former Partner, Hewitt.

Lieutenant (LVO)

Hempleman-Adams, David Kim, OBE, DL, For serv The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme. Alington, Nigel Argentine, Formerly exec dir, Aon Limited. Brown, Roy Thomas, MVO, Property mgr, London Palaces, R Household. Carnegie, Christopher James, For serv The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Charter for Business (Canada). Cox, Mrs Claire Elizabeth, MVO, Formerly Sen sec, Household of The Duke of Edinburgh. Grimwade, Jonathan Paul, mgr, R Studs. Hopkins, Mrs Lynda Margaret, MVO, Clerk to the West Midlands Lieutenancy. De Bellefeuille-Percy, Mrs Mary, Formerly dir of Honours Chancellery, Govt House, Ottawa, Canada. To be dated 6 November 2006. Pickup, Col Christopher John, OBE, Sec, R Warrant Holders' Association. Richer, Julian, Formerly non-exec dir, Duchy Originals. Younger, Capt David John Bingham, Formerly sec, R Company of Archers.

Member (MVO)

Andrews, Brian William, BEM, Superintendent, State Apartments, St. James's Palace. Birbeck, Eric Clifford, For serv The Queen. Brown, Insp Peter Anthony, Met Pol. For serv Rty Protection. Burch, St, John Alexander. For serv the R Collection. Clark, David George, Locksmith/Fitter, R Household. Curtis, Mrs Patricia, Investiture Clerk, Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood. Fisher, David George William, Lieutenancy Offr, Lord Lieutenancy of South Yorkshire. Brandling-Harris, Sgt Piers Godwin, Met Pol. For serv Rty Protection. Henderson, Miss Penelope Jane, Sec, R Windsor Horse Show. Kidner, James Hippisley, Formerly Dep private sec to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Marshall, Stephen Henry Ronald, RVM, Yeoman of the Glass and China Pantry, R Household. Pepper, Ian John, Formerly Sen Assurance Offr, HM Revenue and Customs. Potts, John, Maintenance mgr, Ascot Racecourse. Read, David John, Dep Superintendent, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Taylor, Michael John, Assistant to the Master of the Household, Finance, R Household. Thwaites, Ms Josephine Elizabeth, Project mgr, Kew Palace. Wheaton, Raymond, RVM, Page of the Chambers, R Household.

Royal Victorian Medal

RVM Bar

Cook, Phillip Raymond, RVM, Sen Dining Room asst, R Household. Frohawk, Stephen Richard, RVM, Tractor Driver, Sandringham Estate.

RVM

Adams, Russell, Dep hd Coachman, R Mews. Bryant, Kenneth Frank, Yeoman Warder, HM Tower of London. Cook, Mrs Gillian Helen, Housekeeping asst, Windsor Castle. Davies, Div Sgt Maj Lennard, HM Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard. Hallworth, Constable William Frederick, Met Pol. For serv Rty Protection. Harvey, Daniel James, Sen Motor Engineer, Sandringham Estate. Hutchinson, Kevin Neil, Coachman, R Mews, Buckingham Palace. Kearsey, Bruce David, Tractor Driver, R Farms, Windsor. Levene, Steven Frank, Parks Team Leader, Crown Estate, Windsor. Longhurst, Timothy, Farm Worker, Duchy Home Farm. Oram, Nicholas Andre, Sen Dining Room asst, R Household. Osborne, Mrs Jacqueline Mary, Daily Lady, Sandringham House. Roberts, Cyril Arthur, R Box Steward, The Guards Polo Club. Smith, Peter Alexander, Plumber, Balmoral Estate. Turner, Nigel Alistair Patrick, Assistant Garden Supervisor, Hampton Court Palace.

Order of the British Empire

Dame Commander (DBE)

Bevan, Mrs Yasmin, Headteach, Denbigh High School, Luton, Bedfordshire. For serv Educ. Douglas, Prof Margaret Mary, CBE, Fellow of Univ College London and Prof Emerita, Dept of Anthropology. For serv Anthropology. Dowling, Prof Ann Patricia, CBE, Prof of Mechanical Engineering, Univ of Camb. For serv Science. Glennie, Dr Evelyn Elizabeth Ann, OBE, Percussionist. For serv Music. Higgins, Prof Joan Margaret, Chair, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Manchester. For serv Healthcare. Leslie, Ms Ann Elizabeth Mary, For serv Journalism. Marsh, Mrs Mary Elizabeth, Dir and Ch exec, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. For serv Families and Children. Williams, Mrs Josephine, CBE, Chief exec, Mencap. For serv People with Learning Disabilities.

Commander (CBE)

Ackroyd, Norman, For serv Engraving and to Printing. Barough, Ms Nina Lizette, Founder and Ch exec, Walk the Walk Worldwide (Breast Cancer Charity). For serv Healthcare. Barratt, Ms Susan, Headteach, Bournville Junior School, Birmingham. For serv Educ. Bayne, Mrs Mary Helen, CVO, Grade 5, Home Off. Bennett, Clive Ronald Reath, Chief exec, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, Dept for Transport. Berwick , Dr George, Headteach, Ravens Wood School, Bromley, London. For serv Educ. Boyington, John, Dep dir gen, Health and Care Partnerships and Programme dir, Health and Offender Partnerships, Dept of Health. Bridges, Andrew Michael, HM ch insp of Probation. For serv the Criminal Justice System. Brook, Prof Norma, Formerly pres, Health Professions Ccl. For serv Healthcare. Hakesley-Brown, Ms Roswyn, Presdt, R College of Nursing. For serv Healthcare. Burns, Prof Allan, Formerly dir, Diageo Scotland. For serv Business in Scotland. Cahill, Kevin James Patrick, Chief exec, Comic Relief. For charitable serv. Carr, Bryan, Chair and Ch exec, Lincolnshire Electronics Company. For serv Business in the East Midlands. Carter, Stephen, Chief exec, Ofcom. For serv the Communications ind. Chapman, Roger Ralph, Vice-Chair, James Fisher Defence. For serv the Shipping ind. Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria. Chesters, The Right Reverend Alan, Formerly Chair, North West Rural Affairs Forum. For serv the commty in the North West. Cooper, Ms Imogen, Pianist. For serv Music. Cooper, Mrs Margaret Rosemary, Chair, Independent Living Funds. For serv Disabled People. Copeland, Miss Charlotte, Chief exec, The Rent Service, Dept for Work and Pensions. Cramphorn, Colin Ralph, QPM, DL, Formerly ch Constable, West Yorkshire Police. For serv the Police. To be dated 28 November 2006. Davis, Ms Mabel, Headteach, Heathlands Special School, Hertfordshire. For serv Special Needs Educ. Demarco, Prof Richard, OBE, For serv the Arts. Dickson, Dr Robert Royds, Oceanographic and Climate Scientist, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, Dept for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Dickson, Mrs Wilma, Head of Division, Justice Dept, Scottish exec. Dixon, Barry, QFSM, Chief Fire Offr, Greater Manchester Cnty Fire Service. For serv the Fire and Rescue Service. Drori, Prof Jonathan, Formerly dir, Culture Online, Dept for Culture, Media and Sport. Drury, Mrs Sheila, OBE, Formerly Chair, ELWa. For serv ind, Educ and Training in Wales. Edington, George Gordon, Chair, NCH. For serv Children. Edwards, Gareth Owen, MBE, For serv Sport, in particular to Rugby. Feast, Prof William James, Emeritus Prof, Univ of Durham. For serv Polymer Chemistry. Fish, David, Dir, Africa, Dept for Internat Development. Goodwin, Dr Neil, Chief exec, former Greater Manchester Strategic HA. For serv the NHS. Gooley, Michael David William, Chair, Trailfinders Travel Agency. For serv the Travel ind and to Charity. Gray, Ms Susan Ann, Dir, Propriety and Ethics,and hd of Management Unit for Pte Offices, Cabinet Office. Greenaway, Peter, Dir, Painter and Writer. For serv the Film ind. Gregory, Prof Kenneth John, Vice-Chair, Univ of Southampton Solent Governing Body. For serv Geography and to Higher Educ. Gulvanessian, Prof Haig, Formerly dir, Construction Division, Building Research Establishment. For serv the Construction ind. Hands, Terence David, Dir. For serv Drama. Hart, Dr James Maurice, QPM, Formerly commr, City of London Police. For serv the Police. Haworth, Prof Sheila Glennis, Prof of Developmental Cardiology; hd, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences, Inst of Child Health, Univ College London. For serv the NHS. Henry, cclr Michael Francis, Leader, Gateshd Metropolitan Borough Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Hewitt, Prof Gordon, Prof of Internat Business and Corporate Strategy, Univ of Michigan. For serv Business. Hirst, Larry, Country Gen mgr, IBM UK. For serv the IT ind. Hopper, Prof Andrew, Prof of Computer Technology, Univ of Camb. For serv the Computer ind. Howell, Ms Margaret, Fashion Designer. For serv the Retail ind. Howse, Ms Patricia Geraldine, Assistant dir, Serious Fraud Office. Hudson, Ms Carole, Chief exec, St. Helen's Metropolitan Borough Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Jeffries, Prof Donald James, Prof of Virology and hd, Dept of Medical Microbiology,St. Bartholomew's and R London Hospitals. For serv Medicine. Keith, Ms Penelope Anne Constance, OBE, DL, Actress. For charitable serv. King, Prof Christine Elizabeth, DL, Vice-Chancellor and Ch exec, Staffordshire Univ. For serv Higher Educ. Knight, Ms Angela Ann, Chief exec Offr, Association of Pte Client Investment mgrs and Stockbrokers. For serv the Financial Services ind. Lee, Prof Harry Andre, Consultant Physician and hd of the Gulf Veterans' Medical Assessment Programme. Lock, Prof David Peter, Founder, David Lock Associates and Chair, Town and Country Planning Association. For serv Urban Design. Logue, Christopher, Writer and Poet. For serv Literature. MacKie, John David, Formerly Ch exec, Brit Venture Capital Association. For serv Business. Madelin, Roger, Joint Ch exec, Argent Group plc. For serv Sustainable Development. Makepeace, Donald, Dir, Workforce Change Team, HM Revenue and Customs. Maxwell, Simon Jeffrey, Dir, Overseas Development Inst. For serv Internat Development. McBarnet, Prof Doreen, Prof of Socio-Legal Studies, Univ of Oxf. For serv Social Science. McLaughlin, Mrs Mary, Headteach, Notre Dame High School and Principal, Notre Dame New Learning commty, Glasgow. For serv Educ. Mills, Prof Anne, Head, Dept of Public Health and Policy, Health Economics and Financing Programme, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. For serv Medicine. Morgan, Ioan, Principal, Warwickshire College. For serv Further Educ. Mount, Peter William, Chair, NHS Confedn and Chair, Central Manchester and Manchester Children's Univ Hospitals NHS Trust. For serv the NHS. Neath, Gavin Ellis, National mgr, Unilever UK. For serv the Food ind. Nickell, Prof Stephen John, Formerly Member, Monetary Policy Committee and Warden, Nuffield College, Univ of Oxf. For serv Economics. Nizami, Dr Farhan Ahmad, Founder dir, Oxf Centre for Islamic Studies. For serv Islamic Studies. Paniguian, Richard, Co-Chair, Egyptian-Brit Business Ccl. For serv Business. Parfitt, Prof Barbara Ann, Dean, School of Nursing, Glasgow Caledonian Univ. For serv Internat Healthcare. Parkinson, Prof Michael Henry, Dir, European Inst for Urban Affairs, Liverpool John Moores Univ. For serv Urban Regeneration. Penney, David Humphrey Gavin, Vice-pres, BT Global Business Markets. For serv the Communications ind. Perkins, Prof John Douglas, Vice-pres and Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Univ of Manchester. For serv Science and Engineering. Rhys, Prof David Garel, OBE, Chair, Welsh Assembly Govt's Economic Research Advisory Panel. For serv Economic Research in Wales. Richardson, Prof Genevra, Prof of Law, Kings College, Univ of London. For serv Public Law. Ridgway, Stephen Blakeney, Chief exec, Virgin Atlantic Airways. For serv Civil Aviation. Rogers, Peter William, Dir, Stanhope plc. For serv the Construction ind. Rogerson, Paul, Chief exec, Leeds City Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Russell, Ian Simon MacGregor, For serv Young People and to Volunteering. Rutter, Dr John Milford, Composer and conductor. For serv Music. Simons, David, For serv the Retail ind. McCall Smith, Prof Alexander, Writer. For serv Literature. Snell, Michael John, Formerly Principal and Ch exec, Brockenhurst College, Hampshire. For serv Further Educ. Solanki, Ramniklal Chhaganlal, OBE, For serv Publishing and to commty Relations. Spencer, Ms Sarah Ann, Chair, Equality and Diversity Forum and Associate dir, COMPAS, Univ of Oxf. For serv Equal Opportunities and Human Rights. Spurling, Ms Hilary Susan, Writer. For serv Literature. Stewart, Roderick David, Singer and Songwriter. For serv Music. Symonds, Jonathan, Chief Finance Offr, AstraZeneca. For serv the Pharmaceutical ind. Tanner, Prof Malcolm Stuart, Emeritus Prof of Paediatrics, Sheffield Children's Hospital. For serv Medicine. Thomas, Dr Martyn Charles, For serv Software Engineering. Thubron, Colin Gerald Dryden, Travel Writer and Novelist. For serv Literature. Tomlinson, Prof Stephen, Formerly Provost and Dep vice-Chancellor, Cardiff Univ. For serv Medicine. Tuppen, Graham Edward, Chief exec, Enterprise Inns. For serv the Hospitality ind. Upson, Dr Patrick Charles, mgg dir, Enrichment Technology Company Limited. For serv ind. Walker, District Judge Michael John, Hon sec, The Association of District Judges. For serv the Administration of Justice. Watters, Patrick, JP, Presdt, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities. For serv Local Govt. Wheeler, Ms Karen, Change Programme dir, Her Majesty's Courts Service. Willis, John Christensen, DL, Formerly Ch exec, Salford City Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Wilson, Ian, Corporate dir of Social Services, London Borough of Tower Hamlets. For serv Social Care. Wilson, Mrs Primrose Eileen, OBE, Formerly Trustee, National Heritage Memorial Fund and Northern Ireland Chair, Heritage Lottery Fund. For serv Conservation and to Heritage. Wood, John, Actor. For serv Drama. Wood, Prof John, Chief exec, Central Laboratories of the Research Ccl. For serv Science.

Officer (OBE)

Alexander, Kyle McClean, Chief exec, Laganside Corporation. For serv Regeneration in Northern Ireland. Allan, Brian, Formerly dir, Foundation Degree Development, Univ of Salford. For serv Higher Educ. Allcock, John Courtney, Associate dir, National Workforce Programme, Dept of Health. Allport, Neville Robert, Chief exec, Picture Financial Group. For serv the Financial Services ind and to charitable serv in Wales. Anderson, Douglas Crombie, Founder, Optos plc. For serv Life Sciences. Anderson, Miss Jayne, Grade B2, MOD. Anwar, Prof Muhammad, Prof of Ethnic Relations, Univ of Warwick. For serv Higher Educ. Armstrong, Garth, Sen Economic Adviser, Western Balkans, Dept for Internat Development. Dandeker-Arnold, Mrs Celeste, MBE, Artistic dir, CandoCo Dance Company. For serv Dance. Astley, David John, Chief exec, St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust. For serv the NHS. Atherton, Ms Celia, Dir, Research in Practice. For serv Children and Families. Aust, Richard Henry, Headteach, Chadsgrove Special School, Worcestershire. For serv Special Needs Educ.

Bailey, Prof Richard Nigel, Formerly Chair, Heritage Lottery Fund's Committee for the North East. For serv Heritage. Banner, Robert Lawrence, Chair, Rethink Charity. For serv Mental Health. Barrett, Dr John Charles, Head, Zimbabwe Office, Dept for Internat Development. Bayley, Trevor John, Formerly Acting Ch exec and dir of Savings, National Savings and Investments, HM Treas. Beale, Christopher Ronald, Chair, Inst of Dirs. For serv Business. Bellos, Ms Linda, Co-Chair, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Advisory Group. For serv Diversity. Bennett, Ian Charles, Principal and Ch exec, Strode Tertiary College, Somerset. For serv Further Educ. Bennett, Ms Linda Kristin, Founder and Designer, LK Bennett. For serv the Fashion ind. Beresford, Prof Peter, Prof of Social Policy and dir, Centre for Citizen Participation, Brunel Univ and Chair, Shaping Our Lives. For serv Social Care. Berry, John, Sen mgr, HM Prison Service. Boden, Sister Rosaire, Principal, Dominican College, Belfast. For serv Educ in Northern Ireland. Boyer, Mrs Stephanie Ann, (Miss Boobier), hd, Face-to-Face Transformation, HM Revenue and Customs. Boynton, Douglas Frederick, Principal, Telford College. For serv Further Educ in Shropshire. Briggs, Mrs Mary Rosamund, Chief exec, Seven Stories, The Centre for Children's Books. For serv Literature. Brookes, Mrs Jacqueline, Chief exec Offr and exec dir, Federation of Communication Services. For serv the Communications ind. Brown, Nicolas Milne, Principal, Oldham Sixth Form College. For serv Further Educ. Brown, Paul Hacker, Band A, Prime Minr's Office. Brown, Prof Susanne Moira, Dir and ch Scientist, Crusade Laboratories Ltd. For serv Healthcare. Brown, Ms Sylvia, Chief exec, Action with Communities in Rural Eng. For serv Rural Communities. Brusby, Mrs Sandra, Chief exec, Business Link Cheshire and Warrington. For serv Business. Bush, Paul Anthony, Chef De Mission, Scottish Commwlth Games Team. For serv Sport. Byers, Mrs Jennifer Susan, Formerly exec dir, Donor Services, Charities Aid Foundation. For serv Charity.

Cairns, Anthony James, Dep Chair, Leeds Bradford Internat Airport. For serv Civil Aviation and to the commty in West Yorkshire. Campbell , Anthony, Principal, St. Richards Catholic College, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex. For serv Educ. Carstairs, Ian Archer Hamilton, MBE, Conservationist. For serv Heritage in Yorkshire and the Humber. Carstairs, Kenneth, Sen mgr, Lothians, HM Revenue and Customs. Cavanagh, Ms Jane, Founder and Ch exec, SCI Entertainment Group plc. For serv the Computer Games ind. Chapman, Peter Michael, Founder, Shekinah Mission, Plymouth. For serv Homeless People. Chinery, Ms Michelle, Co-Chair, Learning Disability Task Force. For serv Disabled People. Clark, Daniel, For serv the National Probation Service. Clark, Prof Margaret MacDonald, Emeritus Prof of Educ, Univ of Birmingham and Visiting Prof, Newman College of Higher Educ, Birmingham. For serv Early Years Educ. Clarke, A Cdre Charles Henry, R.A.F. (Retd.) For serv the R Air Forces Ex-Prisoners of War Association. Coales, John, Founder and ltly chm, Francis Coales Charitable Foundation. For serv Conservation. Coey, Quentin, Chief exec, Belfast City Hospital Trust. For serv Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Coomber, Peter, Project mgr, eDelivery Group, Dept for Constitutional Affairs. Coulter, Ms Debbie, Dep Gen-sec, GMB Trade Union. For serv Employment Relations. Crawford, Stan, mgg dir, Sherwood Energy Village. For serv Business. Crofton, Lady Brigid, Formerly Trustee and vice-Chair, UNICEF UK. For serv Children and Families Overseas.

d'Abbro, John Verdi, Headteach, New Rush Hall Special School, Redbridge, London. For serv Special Needs Educ. Darling, Mrs Ann Edith, JP, DL, For serv the Administration of Justice and to the commty in Tyneside. Davies, David Johnston, Formerly exec dir, The Football Association. For serv Sport. Davies, Geoffrey Neil, Financial dir, Tower Colliery, Rhondda Cynon Taff. For serv the Mining ind. Davies, John Elwyn, Formerly Member, Local Govt Boundary Commn for Wales. For publ serv. Davies, Neil, Formerly Chair, National Governors' Ccl and Co-Chair, National Governors' Association. For serv Educ. Davies, Peter John, Head of Business Design, Jobcentre Plus, Dept for Work and Pensions. Dempsey, Donald Malcolm, Dir of ESFVON. For serv Voluntary and commty Organisations in the North East. Dewey, Mrs Susan Elizabeth, For serv the Sea Cadet Corps in Nottinghamshire. Dhanowa, Charles, Registrar, Competition Appeal Tribunal. For serv Competition Law. Dickinson, Rodney William, Business Development dir, FirstGroup plc. For serv Public Transport. Digby, Susan Elizabeth (Lady Eatwell), Founder and Principal, The Voices Foundation. For serv Music Educ. Doig, cclr James, Leader, Perth and Kinross Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Dominic, Miss Zoe, For serv Arts Photography. Dorries, Christopher Peter, Chair, Yorkshire and Humber Mass Fatalities Working Group. For serv Emergency Planning. Dougherty, Miss Lisa, Nurse consult, The R Marsden Hospital. For serv the NHS. Drake, Thomas Herbert, Interim Ch exec, Scottish Qualifications Authority. For serv Educ. Dyer, Dr Richard, Formerly dir, Babraham Inst, Camb. For serv Biology.

Eades, Miss Susan Margaret, Head, Tuberculosis Division, Dept for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Eastwood, Mrs Toni Christine, Training and Business Development mgr, Everywoman. For serv Equal Opportunities. Eldridge, Prof Kimmy Ai Ngor, Prof and Dep hd, Dept of Health and Human Sciences, Univ of Essex. For serv Healthcare. Ellis, Michael Henry, Formerly Fund commr, Fund Distribution Ltd. For serv the Financial Services ind. Evans, Huw, Formerly Headteach, Watchfield Primary School, Oxfshire. For serv Educ.

Farooqi, Dr Azhar, Gen Medical Practitioner, East Leicester Medical Practice. For serv Healthcare. Finnis, David Leonard, Formerly National Trust mgr, Marsden Moor Estate and Hardcastle Crags. For serv the communities of Marsden and Colne Valley. Flanagan, Donal, Chief exec, Ccl fo r Catholic Maintained Schools. For serv Educ in Northern Ireland. Fortune, Graham, Grade B1, MOD. Foster, Ms Sue, Assistant dir, Regeneration and Planning, London Borough of Hackney. For serv Planning. Furphy, Joseph Sands, Member, Ccl for Nature Conservation and the Countryside. For serv Conservation in Northern Ireland.

Peters-Gallagher, Mrs Rosemary Isabella, Board Member, Invest Northern Ireland. For serv Business and to the commty in Northern Ireland. Gebreel, Dr Ashour Omar, Special Co-ordinator, Complex Emergencies, World Health Organisation. For serv Healthcare Overseas. Gibson, Dr Michael, Head of Support for Learning Division, Educ Dept, Scottish exec. Gill, James Harry, Chief exec, Liverpool Vision. For serv Regeneration. Gillespie, Prof William John, TD, Formerly Foundation Dean, Hull York Medical School. For serv Medicine. Glentworth, Dr Garth, Sen Governance Adviser. For publ serv overseas. Golding, Michael Redvers, Yachtsman. For serv Sport. Graham, William Samuel, Head of Educ, Farming and Countryside Educ. For serv Educ and to Farming. Greene, Ms Sally (Mrs Bourne), Owner and dir, Old Vic Productions plc. For serv Drama. Griffiths, Alun, For serv the Construction ind and to the commty in Wales. Grimes, Prof Richard, For serv Pro Bono Legal Services. Guthrie, Garth Michael, For serv Charity.

Hamilton, The Reverend Thomas Norman, Minr, Ballysillan Presbyterian Church, North Belfast. For serv commty Relations in Northern Ireland. Harper, Dr Margaret Ann, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, R Group of Hospitals, Belfast and ltly Sen Lecturer, Queen's Univ, Belfast. For serv Medicine. Heaton, David John, Principal, Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College, Darlington. For serv Further Educ. Heitzman, Dr Raymond John, For serv Food Safety. Helferty, Kevin Joseph, For publ serv. Hesketh, Mrs Margaret, For serv the victims of domestic violence in Northern Ireland. Hessayon, Dr David Gerald, For serv Gardening and to Charity. Heywood, Mrs Patricia Ann, Formerly Worldwide pres, Mothers' Union. For charitable serv. Hoare, Richard Quintin, DL, For charitable serv through the Bulldog Trust. Holland, John, Dir of Operations, RAPID UK. For serv Internat Rescue. Holt, Allan St John, JP, For serv Health and Safety.

Jeffery, Norman, Area dir, Wiltshire, Her Majesty's Courts Service. Johnson, Hugh Eric Allan, Author and Journalist. For serv Wine Making and to Horticulture. Johnson, Mrs Patricia Ann, Formerly Headteach, Hopwood Primary School, Rochdale. For serv Educ. Jones, Hywel Pritchard, Chief exec, Mudiad Ysgolion Meithrin. For serv Educ and to the Welsh Language. Jones, Mrs Teresa Grace, JP, Grade B1, MOD.

Kane, Ms Kathryn, Constable, Merseyside Police. For serv the Police. Keleghan, Paul Stephen, For publ serv. Kelly, John Michael, exec Chair, Gala Group. For serv the Gambling ind. Khan, cclr Mohammed, Member, Blackburn with Darwen Metropolitan Borough Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Knapp, Ms Vanessa Jane, UK Representative, Company Law Committee, Ccl of the Bars and Law Societies of the EU. For serv Corporate Law. Knight, Mrs Fiona Denise, (Ms Street), ltly Chair, United Kingdom Homecare Association. For serv Disabled People. Knight, Roger David Verdon, Formerly sec and Ch exec, Marylebone Cricket Club. For serv Sport.

Lakhanpaul, Harmesh, Dir, Peterborough Race Equality Ccl. For serv commty Relations. Laurie, James Hugh Callum, Actor, Writer and dir. For serv Drama. Lee, Mrs Pamela Joan, Pathfinder mgr, Jobcentre Plus, Dept for Work and Pensions. Leese, Dr Elizabeth Jane, Sen Medical Offr, Dept of Health. Light, Dr Richard John, Dir of Research, Disability Awareness in Action. For serv Disabled People. Lilani, Ms Nusrat Mehboob, Creator, Asian Women of Achievement Awards. For charitable serv. Liston, Michael Joseph, Chief exec, Jersey Electricity Company. For serv the Electrical ind and to Charity. Loftus, Simon Piers Dominic, Formerly chm, Adnams plc. For serv Business. Lovell, David Cecil, Formerly hd of Public Affairs, Ordnance Survey, Dept for Communities and Local Govt. Lymbery, Brian, Chair, Lewisham Primary Care Trust. For serv Healthcare and to the commty in Lewisham, London.

Macpherson, Prof Stuart Gowans, Chair, Scottish Modernising Medical Careers Implementation Group. For serv Medicine in Scotland. Malim, Peter John, Grade B2, MOD. Mason, Ian, Chair, Scottish Swimming. For serv Sport. Matthews, The Reverend John Clyne, Dep-Chair, Scottish Enterprise Glasgow. For serv Economic Development. McCartney, Dr Anne Christine, Dir, Regional Microbiology Network, Health Protection Agency, London. For serv Public Health. McCarty, Mrs Clare Imogen, Chief exec, Clanmil Housing Association Limited. For serv Social Housing in Northern Ireland. McDougall, Mrs Bertha, Interim commr for Victims and Survivors. For serv the commty in Northern Ireland. McIvor, John Fraser, Chief exec, Lincolnshire Primary Care Trust. For serv the NHS. McKee, Dr Joseph, Principal, City of Belfast School of Music. For serv Music. McKee, Ms Mary, Dir, Groundwork Northern Ireland. For serv the Environment and to commty Relations. McMinnis, Robert Francis, Head of Tourism, Agency Liaison and Equality Division, Dept of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Northern Ireland exec. McMorran, Andrew, Principal, Ashfield Boys' High School, Belfast. For serv Educ in Northern Ireland. Meen, Prof Geoffrey Peter, Prof of Applied Economics, Dept of Economics, Univ of Reading. For serv Social Housing. Miller, Prof Stephen Henry, Formerly Dep vice-Chancellor, City Univ. For serv Higher Educ and to the Olive Tree Project. Monro, Dr Stuart Kinnaird, Scientific dir, Our Dynamic Earth. For serv Science. Moody, Christopher, Principal, Moulton College, Northampton. For serv Further Educ and to Training. Morris, Mrs Isobel Margaret, Dir, Southwark and Child and Adolescent Services, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust. For serv Mental Health Care. Moseley, Ms Elizabeth Joyce, For serv Youth Justice. Murphy, Richard John, For serv Architecture.

Nabarro, Rupert Gerald Nunes, Founder, Investment Property Databank. For serv the Property ind. Nash, Ms Kate Louise, Formerly Ch exec, R Association of Disability and Rehabilitation (RADAR). For serv Disabled People. Nock, Ernest Milwyn, For serv Victim Support and to the commty in Worcestershire and Herefordshire. Norfield, Martin Lawrence, ESOL Adviser, Skills for Life Strategy Unit, Dept for Educ and Skills.

O'Brien, Provost Patrick, JP, Provost, East Lothian Ccl. For serv Local Govt. O'Sullivan, Kevin, Chair, O'Sullivan and Graham. For serv Civil Engineering Overseas. Orrell, Brian David, Trade Union Leader, Brit Maritime Professionals. For serv Seafarers. Osborne, Mrs Patricia, Grade 7, Dept of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Northern Ireland exec.

Payne, Graham Frederick, Dir, RAPID UK. For serv Internat Rescue. Pearson, Dr Henry James, Managing consult, Detica Ltd. For serv the MOD. Pedder, Mrs Angela Mary, Chief exec, R Devon and Exeter Hospital. For serv the NHS. Pepler, Dennis Gordon, Technical Insp, HM Revenue and Customs. Perkins, Frank Joseph, JP, HM Principal Insp of Health and Safety, Health and Safety exec, Dept for Work and Pensions. Peryer, Thomas Stuart, Dir of Educ, London Diocesan Board for Schools. For serv Educ. Phillips, Mrs Lynette Elaine, Formerly Chair, London Black and Ethnic Minority Network for NHS Staff and Allied Health Professionals. For serv Healthcare. Phillips, Dr Mike, Writer and Broadcaster. For serv Broadcasting. Pimlott, Steven Charles, Theatre and Opera dir. For serv Drama. Porteous, Prof Colin Douglas Alexander, Sen Researcher, The Mackintosh School of Architecture and the Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow. For serv Architecture. Posey, Edward, For serv The Gaia Foundation. Perceval-Price, Mrs Mayo, Vice-pres, ind Tribunals and the Fair Employment Tribunal. For serv Employment Relations in Northern Ireland. Price, Mrs Susan Mary, exec dir, Groundwork, Wales. For serv Regeneration in Wales.

Reid, Dr Heather Margaret Murray, Meteorologist and Presenter, BBC Scotland. For serv Physics. Rennie, Mrs Novlette Elizabeth, Dir, Sporting Equals. For s erv Diversity in Sport. Richardson, The Reverend Canon James John, For serv the Church of Eng. Roberts, Mrs Janet Irene, Headteach, All Saints Church of Eng Junior School, Fleet, Hampshire. For serv Educ. Roberts, Prof Keith, For serv Plant Biology. Robertson, David Bruce, Dir of Educ, Culture and Sport, Highland Ccl. For serv Educ. Robson, Ms Pamela Susan, Human Resources Business Partner, Govt Office for the South West, Dept for Educ and Skills. Ross, William, Highland cclr. For serv Forestry in the Highlands. Rowe, Prof David Michael, Prof of Thermoelectrics, Cardiff Univ. For serv Technology.

Salisbury, John Michael, Formerly exec Producer, BBC Natural History Unit. For serv Broadcasting. Scales, Peter John, Formerly Ch exec, London Pensions Fund Authority. For serv Local Govt. Scott, Mrs Annabella, For serv Youth Justice. Scott, Mrs Linda, National mgr, Arkwright Scholarships Trust. For serv Engineering and Technology Educ. Sergeant , Paul, Chief exec, Wales Millenium Stadium. For serv Business. Shah , Dipesh Jayantilal, Formerly Ch exec Offr, UK A E Auth. For serv the Energy ind. Sharma, Mrs Rita, Founder and mgg dir, Best at Travel plc. For serv the Travel ind. Shindler, Ms Diana Winifred, Legal Adviser, Dept for Transport. Shooter, Kenneth Alan, Formerly Specialist Technology, Ofsted HM Inspate and Lead Adviser, Specialist Schools Programme, Dept for Educ and Skills. Sibert, Prof Jonathan Richard, Formerly Paediatrician, Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust and ltly Prof of Child Health, Cardiff Univ. For serv Paediatrics and to Child Health. Simmons, Andrew Brian, Chief exec, Hertfordshire Connexions Partnership. For serv Young People. Singh, Jasminder, Founder and Chair, Radisson Edwardian Hotel Group. For serv the Hotel ind. Singh, Tom Tar, Founder and Non-exec dir, New Look. For serv the Fashion ind. Slatford, Rodney Gerald Yorke, Founder and Chair, The Yorke Trust. For serv Music. Smith, Alan John, Founder and mgg Partner, Red Box Design Group. For serv Architecture in the North East. Smith, Brian Anthony Frank, DL, For charitable serv. Smith, Mrs Susan Ellen, Dep ch Offr, Devon Fire and Rescue Service. For serv Fire Safety. Spellman, Ms Irene Ruth, Chief exec, Inst of Mechanical Engineers. For serv Workplace Learning. Steen , David Michael Cochrane Elsworth, Commr, Gambling Commn. For serv the Gambling ind. Stefanou, Stef, Chair, John Doyle Group plc. For serv the Construction ind. Stephenson, Ian, Member, Advisory Committee on Business and the Environment. For serv the Environment. Stewart, Neil, Formerly hd of Energy Policy, Scottish exec. Stiby, Robert Andrew, JP, Formerly Chair, Tindle Radio Ltd. For serv Broadcasting. Stockbridge, Gary Steven, Team Leader, Traffic Information and Customer Services, Highways Agency, Dept for Transport. Stratford, Harry Thomas, Chair, ProStrakan. For serv Life Sciences in Scotland. Strathdee, Dr Geraldine Mary, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical dir, Oxleas NHS Trust. For serv the NHS. Styche, Peter Charles, Formerly dir, Spacial Planning and Housing, Govt Office for the North West, Dept for Communities and Local Govt. Sumner, Steven Norman, National Health and Safety Policy Adviser, Local Govt Employers. For serv Local Govt. Swinbank, Ms Moira, Chief exec, TimeBank. For serv Volunteering. Swingland, Prof Ian, Founder, The Durrell Inst for Conservation and Ecology. For serv Conservation.

Taylor, Graham Francis, Formerly Headteach, The Downs School, Newbury, Berkshire. For serv Educ. Telfer, Ms Edna Margaret, Dir, Bristol Drugs Project. For serv People who Misuse Drugs. Thacker, Mrs Joyce Anne, Sen hd of Service for Children and Young People, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Ccl. For serv Young People. Thompson, Robert Russell, Dir of Fundraising, R Brit Legion. For serv Ex-Servicemen and Wom en. Thomson, Duncan Gillies, Formerly Convenor, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority. For serv the Environment. Todd , Mrs Sarah Winifred, Grade A, Northern Ireland Office. Traynor, Martin John Devereux, Chief exec, Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce. For serv Business and to the commty in the East Midlands. Trotter, Mrs Stephanie Linda, Presdt, CO-Gas Safety and vice-pres, Consumer Safety Internat. For serv Health and Safety in the Gas ind. Tufail, Mohammed, Dir, North Staffordshire Racial Equality Ccl. For serv commty Relations. Tye, Dr Rowena Jane, Team Leader, The Water Services Regulation Authority (OFWAT).

Underwood, Adrian, Formerly National dir, Boarding Schools' Association. For serv Educ.

Varley, Mrs Rosemary Margaret, Formerly Regional commr, NHS Appointments Commn and Chair, Gen Optical Ccl. For serv the NHS and to Healthcare. Verdi, Prof Richard Frank, Prof of Fine Art and dir, Barber Inst of Fine Arts, Univ of Birmingham. For serv Art and Art History. Vinken, Adrian, Chair, Culture South West and Ch exec, Theatre R, Plymouth. For serv the Arts.

Waage, Prof Jeffrey King, Prof of Applied Ecology, Imperial College London. For serv Science. Walker, Mrs Judith Ann, Chief Crown Prosecutor, South Yorkshire Crown Prosecution Service. Watson, cclr Alexander, Leader, Derwentside District Ccl. For serv Local Govt. White, Andrew, B2, MOD. White, John, Head, Devolved Customer Relations, OGCbuying.solutions, HM Treas. Wilkins, Robert Ernest, Dir of Transport and Environment, East Sussex Cnty Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Williams, Dr Charlotte Francesca, For serv Ethnic Minority Groups and to Equal Opportunities in Wales. Williams, David Huw Jones, Assembly Lawyer, Legal Services Dept. Wilsher, Roy, Chief Fire Offr, Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. For serv Fire Safety. Winchcombe, Mrs Margaret, Health and Social Care consult. For serv Disabled People. Wolstenholme, Ms Carol, Formerly Leadership Development mgr, The Pension Service, Dept for Work and Pensions. Wolstenholme, Miss Susan Elizabeth, Dir, Brit Tennis Foundation. For serv Disabled Sport. Wood , Ms Sarah Ann, Formerly dir of Policy, Local Govt Association. For serv Local Govt. Woolfenden, Guy Anthony, Composer and conductor. For serv Music. Woosnam, Ian Harold, MBE, Golfer. For serv Sport. Worthy , Christopher, Grade B2, MOD.

Member (MBE)

Adams, Colin Festus, Sen exec Offr, Human Resources Equality and Diversity Team, Dept for Educ and Skills. Ainsworth, Peter Henry Dredge, For serv the Scouts in Pinner, Middlesex. Aitken, Colin Walter, Insp, MOD Police. Alder, James Noel Carrol, Member, Morpeth Harriers Athletics Club. For serv Sport in the North East. Alexander, Ms Dounne, Founder, Gramma's Herbal Foods. For serv the Food ind. Allen, Euan Nicholas, For serv the Suffolk Cathedral Millennium Project. Allen, Mrs Janet, For serv the commty in Scalford, Leicestershire. Allen, Mrs Thelma, JP, Employer Compliance Offr, HM Revenue and Customs. Amin , Raja Mohammed, JP, Chair, Balsall Heath Streetwatch. For serv the commty in Birmingham. Anderson, Miss Cheryl, Head of Administration, School of Engineering, Cranfield Univ. For serv Higher Educ. Anderson, Ronald Arkley, For serv NHS Catering and to the commty in Walsall, West Midlands. Appleby, William Ian, For serv Young People in Birmingham. Armstrong, David Iain, Meteor Multinat Project dir, MBDA. For serv the Defence ind. Arnold, Mrs Margaret Bannerman, For serv the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in Moray, Nairn and Banffshire. Arrowsmith, Mrs Linda, Minrial Briefing mgr, Dept of Health. Ashbrook, Malcolm, Risk mgr, HM Revenue and Customs. Aslam, Mohammad, For serv the commty in Croydon. Aswani, Dr Kanyalal, Gen Medical Practitioner, Waltham Forest. For serv Healthcare. Atkinson, The Reverend Canon Patricia Anne, For serv Street Children in South India. Attenborough, Mrs Valerie Ann, JP, For serv the commty in Norfolk. Avard, Richard, Formerly Mapping and Charting Offr, Highways Agency, Dept for Transport. Ayre, Mrs, Linda, Registered mgr, Tow Law Childrens' Home, Durham. For serv Children.

Bache, Paul Victor, For serv the Meat ind. Bailey, John Sinclair, TD, For serv the Church of Eng in Worcester. Bairstow, Miss Eileen Winifred, For serv the Pembrokeshire Counselling Service. Baker , Mrs Maureen, Headteach, Children's House Nursery School, Edinburgh. For serv Early Years Educ. Bales, Harold, Lecturer, Gas ind Training, New College, Nottingham. For serv Further Educ and to Skills Training. Barlow, Peter Brian, Formerly Principal asst, Zoology Dept, Univ of Camb. For serv Higher Educ. Barrett, John Edward, Formerly Tennis Commentator, BBC. For serv Sports Broadcasting. Barron, Brian, BBC Foreign Correspondent. For serv Broadcasting. Batten, Lt Col Francis Charles, DL, For serv the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in Dyfed. Beal, Peter, Formerly Northern Editor, Press Association. For serv Journalism. Beaumont, Mrs Celia, For serv Humberside Probation Service and to the Scout Association. Bell, Mrs Barbara Mary, Formerly Chair of Governors, Lady Adrian Special School, Camb. For serv Special Needs Educ. Bell, George, Formerly Milkman, Wiseman's Dairy. For serv the commty in Gullane, East Lothian. Bell, Mrs Helen, For charitable serv in Scotland. Benoist, Joseph Donald, Formerly Section mgr, En-Route Air Space, Civil Aviation Authority. For serv Civil Aviation. Berry, Anthony John Gilbert, JP, Chair and Co-Founder, North Staffordshire Heart Committee. For serv the commty in North Staffordshire. Bhattacharyya, Dr Binoy, Consultant, West Middlesex Hospital. For serv Medicine. Birch, Mrs Marion, For charitable serv Bradford Hospitals. Birchall, Mrs Rosalind, For serv the Brit Red Cross Society in Scotland. Bird, Miss Rosemary, For serv providing rural experience on Dartmoor and in the South West for Inner City Young People. Bishop, Mrs Edna May, For serv the Women's R Voluntary Service in Plymouth. Blair, Alan David, Chief exec, Wessex Heartbeat Charity. For charitable serv in Hampshire. Blamey, Mrs Marjorie Netta, Botanical Illustrator. For serv Art. Blane, Ms Susan Margaret, Costume and Set Designer. For serv Drama. Blatchly, Dr John Marcus, Former pres, Suffolk Inst of Archaeology and History. For serv Heritage. Blockley, Mrs Sandra, Founder, Lorraine Blockley Cancer Fund. For charitable serv. Boulter, David Philip, Consultant, Driver Safety Training. For serv Public Transport. Bousfield, Mrs Judith Margaret, For serv the commty in Keighley, West Yorkshire. Bowden, Aubrey Francis Houston, For serv the Army Dress Committee. Bower, Richard Munden, Recycling Educ Offr, Cornwall Cnty Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Bowes, Mrs Carol, Sen Offr, HM Revenue and Customs. Boyle, David Charles, For charitable serv in Northern Ireland. Bracegirdle, Nicolas Leighton, Grade C1, MOD. Braddock , Mrs Kathleen Theresa, For serv the commty in Rutland. Bradley, James Coulter, Formerly Leading Seaman, MOD. Bradley, John Harold, Fleet mgr, Hampshire Constabulary. For serv the Police. Bratby, Miss Jane, For serv HM Prison Armley, Leeds. Braund, Miss Elizabeth Margaret, For serv providing rural experience on Dartmoor and in the South West for Inner City Young People. Bray, John Anthony Hugh, Chief exec, The Bishop's Forum, Cornwall. For serv Young People. Brennan, Michael Gerrard Martin, Head of Learning Development, Queen Mary Univ of London. For serv Higher Educ. Briggs, Johnny, Actor. For serv Drama. Bristow, Mrs Frances Grace, For serv Educ and the commty in Suffolk. Broadbent, Douglas Gordon, Fundraiser, Brit Cardiac Patients' Association. For charitable serv. Bromley, Mrs Gill, Strategic mgr, Kent Cnty Ccl Libraries and Archives. For serv Local Govt. Brooks, Cecil Edward Hilary, For serv the R Brit Legion in Hampshire. Brooks, Dr Janine, Associate dir for Dentistry, National Clinical Assessment Service. For serv Dentistry. Brooks, Robert Michael, Administration mgr, Preston Crown Court, Her Majesty's Court Service, Dept for Constitutional Affairs. Brown, Mrs Mary Jane, Treasurer, Northern Ireland Farm and Country Holidays Association. For serv the Tourist and Hospitality Industries. Brown, Mrs Maureen Shirley, For serv the commty in Trumpington, Camb. Brown, Peter Charles, For serv the commty in Weasenham St. Peter, Norfolk. Bryson, Mrs Elizabeth, Teacher, Euston Street Primary School, Belfast. For serv Educ. Buck, Brian James, Court Security Offr, Vale R Magistrates' Court, Dept for Constitutional Affairs. Bullock, Christopher Thomas, Chief exec, Inst of Advanced Motorists. For serv Road Safety. Burchick, Trevor George, For serv the commty in Greater Manchester. Burns, Terrance John, For serv the commty in Gentleshaw, Staffordshire. Butler, Ms Eleri, For serv Domestic Violence Against Women. Buxton, John Joseph, DL, For serv Conservation in Norfolk.

Caffrey, Miss Marianne, IT Systems Engineer, Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Ccl. For serv Science. Callaghan, Mrs Irene Helen, For serv Nursing and to Charity in Angus. Callund, Mrs Christine Mary, Founder, Charitable Association Supplying Hospitals. For charitable serv in East Berkshire. Carlsson, Peter Colin, Founder, Young People's Forum, Waddington, Lincolnshire. For serv Young People. Carman, Andrew Joseph, For serv Disabled People in Warrington, Cheshire. Carr , Robin James, Grade C1, MOD. Carson, Mrs Wilhelmina, Chair, R Ulster Constabulary George Cross Widow's Association. For serv the Police. Carter, Mrs Barbara Vivien, JP, DL, For serv the Administration of Justice and to the commty in Rochdale, Lancashire. Cawood, Kevin, Formerly Dep mgg dir, VT Communications. For serv the MOD. Chambers, Peter Robin, For serv Disadvantaged Children in Somerset. Chatburn, John Frederick, For serv the commty in Hutton, Somerset. Chave, Mrs Myrna Edna, For serv the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association and to the commty in Poole, Dorset. Chilton, Mrs Gladys, For serv the commty in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Clair, Piara Singh, For serv the commty in Leicester. Clarke, James, Formerly Legal Adviser, Perimeter Issues, Financial Services Authority. For serv the Financial Services ind. Clarke, Stephen Frank, Non-exec dir, Accent Group Ltd. For serv the Financial Services ind in Yorkshire and Humberside. Clement, Mrs Joyce, For serv Oxfam in Formby, Liverpool. Clements, Jeffrey Brian, Designer and Conservator. For serv Bookbinding. Coles, Robert, Chair, Little Harrowden Parish Ccl. For serv the commty in Northamptonshire. Collier , Michael, Fishing Vessel Surveyor, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Dept for Transport. Collins, Ms Shirley, Folk Singer and Writer. For serv Music. Comber, Mrs Pamela Mary, For serv Mental Health in Folkestone, Kent. Compton, Andrew Bruce, For serv the commty in Stafford. Constable, George Patrick, Formerly Grade C1, MOD. Cooper, Mrs Anthea, Teacher, Collis Primary School, Teddington, Middlesex. For serv Educ. Corkish, Charles Geoffrey, For serv the commty in the Isle of Man. Cosgrove, Anthony, Grade D, MOD. Couchman, Ms Julia, Grade E1, MOD. Couchman, Philip James, Formerly mgr, Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For serv Conservation. Cranna, Robert David, For serv Norfolk Probation Service. Craven, Mrs Gerda Anneliese, For serv the commty in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire. Crosby, John, Foster Carer. For serv Children and Families in Rhondda Cynon Taf. Crosby, Mrs Joy, Foster Carer. For serv Children and Families in Rhondda Cynon Taf. Culine, John Clifford, For serv the Showmen's Guild of Great Britain and to the commty in Spennymoor, Cnty Durham. Cunningham , Ms Cheryl Helen Maureen, Sec, Univ of Ulster, Coleraine. For serv Higher Educ in Northern Ireland. Curtis, Mrs Deirdre Aline Michelle, For serv the commty in Toddington, Bedfordshire. Curtis, Raymond Henry Daniel, Foundation Governor, Ampney Crucis Primary School, Gloucestershire. For serv Educ.

Dakin, Mrs Joyce, For serv Victim Support, Leicestershire. Dallimore, David Godfrey, Sen Messenger, Estates Management Group, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, Dept for Transport. David, Prof Amirtham Jebamoney, Dir of Nursing and Professional Development, West Kent Primary Care Trust. For serv the NHS. Davidson, Mrs Violet, Administrative Offr, Dept of Educ, Northern Ireland exec. Davies, Dr David Hedydd, For serv Welsh Athletics, in particular Carmarthen Harriers Athletics Club. Davies, Dr Ivor, For serv the Visual Arts. Davies, Mrs Pauleen, JP, Presdt, Radford Care Group. For serv Older People in Nottingham. Davies, Peter Walters, For serv Red Kite Conservation in Wales. Davies, Robert Hugh Thomas, Solicitor. For serv the Legal Profession and to the commty in South East Wales. Davis, Miss Pauline, Formerly Switchbd mgr, National Assembly for Wales. Davis, Peter Edward, For serv Red Kite Conservation in Wales. Davison, Mrs Rheta, Chair, Cutsyke commty Group. For serv Young People in Castleford, West Yorkshire. Davison, Dr William Donald, For serv Music in Northern Ireland. Davy, Roger, JP, For serv the commty in West Yorkshire. Deakin, Mrs Wendy May, Bursar, Cledford Junior School, Middlewich, Cheshire. For serv Educ. Dent, Alistair James, For serv the commty in Hilgay, Norfolk. Deyes, Ms Morag, Artistic dir, Dance Base. For serv Dance in Scotland. Dhanjal, Mrs Gurdarshan, For serv commty Relations in Bristol, in particular to South Asian families with disabled children. Dhillon, Prof Soraya, Chair, Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Trust. For serv Healthcare. Dixon, Mrs Jean Smith, For serv Disabled People in Easington, Cnty Durham. Dixon, Mrs Sonia, African and Caribbean Services mgr, Walsall Libraries. For serv Local Govt in the West Midlands. Dobinson, Mrs Norah Alice, Formerly Trainbearer to the Lord Chancellor, Dept for Constitutional Affairs. Dougherty, Brian, Co-ordinator, Tullyally and District Development Group. For serv the commty in Northern Ireland. Doull, Mrs Jessie, For serv the commty in Wick, Caithness. Duncan, William Hugh Alexander, JP, College sec and Clerk to the Board of Management, Moray College. For serv Further Educ in the Highlands. Dungey, Mrs Susan Elizabeth, For serv the Chaplaincy Team, Lister Hospital, Hertfordshire. Dunn, Dr Euan Kennedy, For serv Marine Conservation. Dunstan, Peter George, For serv the Far Eastern Prisoners of War Association and Far East War Grave Archives. Durrell, Ruth, Administrator, Research Methods Programme, Economic and Social Research Ccl. For serv Social Science. Dyke, Mrs Cynthia, For serv commty Safety in Taffs Well, Rhondda Cynon Taf.

Eddy, Carl Robert, Administrative asst, HM Revenue and Customs. Edmonds, Ms Diana, Head, Haringey Libraries, Archives and Museum Service. For serv Local Govt in North London. Edwards, George Tait, Formerly Sen Regional Property Adviser, Learning and Skills Ccl. For serv Further Educ. Elder, Col Samuel Mervyn, TD, JP, DL, For serv the Reserve Forces and Cadets' Association in Northern Ireland. Elliott, Alan Thomas, Founder and dir, Forest Fitness Centre. For serv Sport and voluntary commty work in the Forest of Dean. Elliott, William, Chair, Mitford Parish Ccl. For serv the commty in Northumberland. Ellis, Gordon, Area Business mgr, Scottish exec. Ellis, John Anthony, Head, Technology Exploitation Division, Space Dept, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. For serv Science. Empey, Lady Stella, For serv the commty in Northern Ireland. Evans, Jerome Roy, mgr, HM Young Offenders' Inst Thorn Cross, Warrington, Cheshire. Evans, Mrs Judith Marion, Leader, St. Ives District Rangers, Cambshire. For serv Young People. Evans, Mrs Olive Gwendoline, For serv Educ and to the commty in Monmouthshire. Evans, Mrs Sue Prudence Anne, District Nurse. For serv Healthcare and to the commty in Burwell, Cambshire. Bowes-Evans, Mrs Susan, Chief Commandant, South Wales Police. For serv the Special Constabulary. Ewart, John Wallace Kerr, Gen mgr, Blackburn Local Employment Scheme. For serv Young People and to the commty in West Lothian.

Farley, Mrs Hilary Joan, Formerly Headteach, Gladstone Primary School, Barry. For serv Educ in Wales. Farrell, Mrs Glynis Mary, Specialist Music Teacher, Holwell Primary School, Hertfordshire. For serv Educ. Faulconer, Mrs Anne Mary, JP, For serv The Children's Society. Faulding, Mrs Angela Nancy, Specialist Health Visitor, North East Lincolnshire Primary Care Trust. For serv Healthcare. Ferguson, Mrs Elaine, Founder, Spark-Space and Right to Write Ltd. For serv People with Dyslexia. Ferguson, Mrs Olive Marion, For serv Oxfam in Morningside, Edinburgh. Ferry, Mrs Florence Arlene, For publ serv. Finnamore, Ms Linda Jean, Prison Offr, HM Prison and Young Offenders' Inst New Hall, Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Fippard, cclr Barry, cclr, Lincolnshire Cnty Ccl. For serv Local Govt in Lincolnshire. Firman, Paul Roland, For serv the commty in Martlesham Heath, Suffolk. Fisher, Archie Macdonald, Singer and Songwriter. For serv Traditional Scottish Music. Flaherty, Mrs Leigh, Higher exec Offr, Human Resources Operations, Home Off. Fletcher, Miss Minerva Millicent, Pers sec, Govt Office for the West Midlands, Dept of Trade and Indust. Fletcher, Paul John, For serv Sport and to Charity. Flood, Brian Douglas, QPM, For serv the Police. Flowers, Dr Michael Wilfred, For charitable serv in Yorkshire and Bangladesh. Forbes, Mrs Elizabeth Marlene, Capt, 1st Northern Ireland Company, Girls' Brigade. For serv Young People. Ford, Dr Fiona Mary, Gen Medical Practitioner and Sen Lecturer, East Lancashire Teaching Primary Care Trust. For serv Healthcare. Grayson Ford, Mrs Sue Joan Frances, Dir, Campaign for Drawing. For serv Art. Forsdick, Peter Bernard, mgr, Distribution Services Management, London Underground. For serv Public Transport. Foster, Mrs Helen, Founder, Saturday Club for Deaf Children, Isle of Wight. For serv Disabled Children. Fraser, Mrs Marian, exec Offr, Jobcentre Plus, Dept for Work and Pensions. Fry, Mrs Patricia, Head of Educ, Training and Careers, Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Ccl. For serv Science. Fryer, Graham Richard John, chm, Driving Instructors' Association. For serv Road Safety. Fyffe, Robert John, For serv the commty in Northern Ireland.

Gait, Mrs Anne, For serv Children with Special Needs in Leeds. Galliford, Richard, For serv the Youth of Barnsley and Overseas. Gandy, Mrs Anne, For serv the commty in Walton, Liverpool. Gardner, John Edward, Events Planning mgr, London Buses. For serv Public Transport. Gaskin, Mrs Georgina Mary, For serv the commty in Northamptonshire. Gebbett, Martin John, exec Offr, Environmental Policy Offr, Govt Office for Yorkshire and the Humber, Dept for Communities and Local Govt. Geer, Mrs Daphne, Presdt, Southern Counties Amateur Swimming Association. For serv Sport. Geer, Michael, Swimming Coach and pres, R Tunbridge Wells Monson Swimming Club. For serv Sport. Gelder, Stephen Paul, mgg dir, Gelder Ltd., Gainsborough. For serv Business and to the commty in Lincolnshire. Gerrard, Steven George, Footballer. For serv Sport. Gibbens, Dr Carol, For serv the commty in Dorset. Gibbons, Lambert, Driver, Govt Car and Despatch Agency, HM Treas. Gibson, Mrs Mary Dorothy Beckford, For serv the Bomber Command Association. Gibson , Miss Rita Rose, For serv the commty in West Bromwich, West Midlands. Gidden, Ms Angela Jayne, Design dir and Founder, Attic 2 Ltd and dir and Co-Founder, Nomad and Nest Ltd. For serv Business in South Wales. Gifford, Barry Thomas, Dir, Finance and Administration, R National Inst for the Blind. For serv People with Visual Impairment. Gittens, Mrs Evelyn Mary, Formerly School Crossing Warden, Halton Borough Ccl, Cheshire. For serv Educ. Gold, Tibor, Patent and Trade Mark Attorney. For serv Intellectual Property. Goodchild, Mrs June, For serv the commty in Easterside, Middlesbrough. Gordon, Mrs Patricia, Offr, National Insurance Contributions Office, HM Revenue and Customs. Grainger, Stephen, Chief exec, Youth Sport Trust. For serv School Sport. Gray, Ivor John Frederick, Youth Football Coach. For serv Sport in Northumberland. Grayson, William, For serv the commty in Huddersfield. Green, Mrs Hazel, For serv the Welfare of Prisoners in Wakefield. Greggains, Mrs Barbara, Lay Representative, Clinical Radiology Patients Liasion Group, R College of Radiologists. For serv Healthcare. Grey, John William, Head Shoe Shiner, Virgin Atlantic Airways. For serv Passengers. Grimes , Mrs Bernadette Philomena, For serv the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Guiver, W Cdr Peter Ernest, For serv the Air Training Corps, London and South East Region. Guttridge, Brian, Naval Tailor. For serv the Armed Forces.

Haddow, Mrs Elizabeth Ann, Co-Founder, National Holiday Fund. For serv children and Families. Haddow, Malcolm, Dir and Trustee, National Holiday Fund. For serv Children and Families. Haffey, Mrs Roberta, For serv the Church of Ireland. Hall, Thomas John, Charge Nurse, Tyrone and Fermanagh Hospital. For serv Healthcare in Northern Ireland. Hammer, Ms Ruby, Co-Founder, Ruby and Millie Cosmetics. For serv the Cosmetics ind. Hampson, Albert, Formerly Business mgr, AA Hotel Services. For serv the Hospitality ind. Hanmer, Mrs Dilys Elvena, Presdt, Pembroke and District Committee, Macmillan Cancer Relief. For charitable serv. Hanna, Mrs Mary Terese, Mid-day Supervisor, St. James's Roman Catholic Primary School, Twickenham, London. For serv Educ. Hanna, Roy, Founder and Member, Aghalee Development Association. For serv the Rural commty in Northern Ireland. Hardwell, Derek Graham, Sen mgr, Child Support Agency, Dept for Work and Pensions. Hargreaves , Joseph Kenneth, For serv the commty in Lancashire. Harland, Thomas George, For serv the Brit Standards Inst. Harries, Mrs Ann Marilyn, JP, DL, For serv the Cub Scouts in Neath Port Talbot and Swansea. Harrington, Francis Andrew, Member, Castle Morpeth Borough Ccl, Northumberland. For serv Local Govt. Harris, Bill, Chair and Member, Sen Citizen Forum, Shrewsbury. For serv the commty in Shropshire. Harris, Philip Arthur, Assistant dir of commty Services (Housing Operations), Plymouth City Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Harte, Miss Ruth Alison (Miss Langrish), For serv Music. Hartnett, Ms Angela, exec Chef, Connaught Hotel and Restaurant Proprietor. For serv the Hospitality ind. Hassall, Colin Walter, Drug and Alcohol Team mgr. For serv People who Misuse Drugs. Hatton, Richard John, Boxer. For serv Sport. Hawley, Mrs Rosemary, JP, DL, Chair, Knowsley Primary Care Trust. For serv Healthcare in Merseyside. Hayes, Mrs Rosemary, Formerly Grade E1, MOD. Hazell, Ms Margaret, For serv the Trade Union Movement in Wales. Heath, Aneurin John Wyn, Paramedic Supervisor, Wales Air Ambulance Service, Swansea. For serv Healthcare. Heesom, Mrs Brenda Chamberlin, For serv the Sea Cadet Corps in Gravesend, Kent. Hesketh, Ms Phiona Jane, Probation Offr, HM Prison, Kirkham, Lancashire. For serv Diversity. Hessay, Mrs Gaye Stanford, Defence Section Translator, Brit Embassy, Madrid, MOD. Highley, David Edward, Formerly Minerals Geologist. For serv Science. Higman, Harry David, Curator, National Cycle Museum Trust, Llandrindod Wells. For serv the Tourist ind in Wales. Bradbury-Hiles, Mrs Margaret, Chair, Friends of Whitch commty Hospital. For serv the commty in Shropshire. Hillson, Dr Rowan, Consultant Physician and Diabetologist, The Hillingdon Hospital, Middlesex. For serv Medicine. Hilton, Mrs Ann Christine, Teacher, Dame Janet commty Junior School, Ramsgate, Kent. For serv Educ. Hilton, Mrs Penelope Ann, Learning Facilitator, HM Revenue and Customs. Hinds, Gregory, Chair of Governors, St. Alban's Roman Catholic High School Pontypool, Torfaen. For serv Educ. Hinds, Mrs Jillian Isla, For serv the commty in Kelvedon, Essex. Hitchens, Ronald Michael, Teacher, Roskear School, Camborne, Cornwall. For serv Educ. Hocking, Mrs Jennifer Ann, Associate Dean, Warwick Business School. For serv Higher Educ. Hodgson, Mrs Mary, For serv Disabled People in Croydon, Surrey. Holmes, Malcolm Joseph, Sen Archivist, Camden Library. For serv Local Govt. Honey, Colin Peter, For charitable serv. Hopkinson, Nicholas Peter, For serv Bolton Lads' and Girls' Club and to young people in Bolton. Hopley, Kenneth, Formerly Area mgr, Vehicle and Operator Services Agency, Dept of Transport. Hopson, Mrs Sally, Retail mgg dir, East Division, Asda Stores. For serv Diversity. Hoskins, Dr William Donald, For serv Music in East London. Huber, Michael, Grade C1, MOD. Hughes, Hugh George, For serv the Sheep ind in Wales. Hughes, cclr Joseph Clifford, For serv St. Catherine's Hospice and to the commty in South Ribble, Lancashire. Hughes, Miss Margaret Anne, For serv the League of Friends, Oxf Churchill Hospital. Hurwitz, Mrs Kay, Violin and Viola Teacher. For serv Music. Hussain , Mrs Misbah Sultana, For serv Asian communities in South Yorkshire. Hutchins, Mrs Margaret, Nursing Sister, Bellsdyke Hospital, Larbert. For serv Mental Health Nursing in Stirling. Hutchison, Mrs Patricia Jean, Sen Offr, Child Trust Fund Office, HM Revenue and Customs.

Ide, Mrs Vera Margaret Pamela, For serv the Women's R Voluntary Service in Reading. Ingham, Roger Mason, For serv Sport in North Yorkshire. Irlam, Lt Col Thomas, For serv the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in Sussex. Iwanowicz, Mrs Shelagh Dickson, Human Resources mgr, HM Revenue and Customs.

Jackson, Edward Ewart, Chair, R Society of Wildlife Trusts and Chair, Lancashire Wildlife Trust. For serv Conservation. Jackson, Mrs Elizabeth Joan, Founder, Great Guns Marketing. For serv Business. Jackson, Mrs Mary Elizabeth, Supply Teacher, Shanklin Church of Eng Primary School, Isle of Wight. For serv Educ. Jackson, Mrs Victoria Irene, Dir, Kingston Recruitment Ltd. For serv Business and to the commty in Kingston-upon-Hull. Jacomb, Lady Evelyn, Chair Friends of Moorfields Hospital. For charitable serv in London. Jaffray, Ms Darryl, Formerly dir of Educ and Access, R Opera House. For serv Dance. Jefferis, Peter Thomas John, For serv the commty in the West Midlands. Jenkins, Mrs Joanna, JP, For serv the Independent Monitoring Board, HM Prison Parc, Bridgend, and to the National Ccl. Jenner, Edwin Gordon, Ccl Member, Natural Environment Research Ccl. For serv Environmental Science. Johns, Mrs Enid Lois, For serv the Multiple Sclerosis Society and to the commty in Helston, Cornwall. Johnston, John Duncan, Formerly Harbour Master, Eyemouth. For serv the commty in Berwickshire. Jones, Mrs Doris May, For serv People with Learning Disabilities and to the commty in Anglesey. Jones, Mrs Elizabeth, For serv Educ and to the commty in Flintshire. Jones, Prof Emeritus Gareth Elwyn, For serv Educ in Wales. Jones, The Reverend Robert Lynton, Univ Chaplain, Roehampton Univ. For serv Higher Educ. Jones, Dr William Richard Bevan, For serv the commty in Sawston, Camb. Joy, David Anthony Welton, For serv the Environment in the North East. Joyce, Thomas, For serv the commty in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Juma, Mrs Beryl Genevieve, Clinical Lead, Leeds Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Service. For serv Healthcare.

Kazmi, Syed Kifayat Hussain, For serv the commty in Derby. Keeves, Richard Alan, Sen Valuer, Valuation Office Agency, HM Revenue and Customs. Kelley, Kenneth, Bandmast, Burghclere Primary School Brass Band, Berkshire. For serv Music Educ. Kendall, Ms Millie, Co-Founder, Ruby and Millie Cosmetics. For serv the Cosmetic ind. Kent, Lewis Thomas, Hon Treasurer, Oakley Holidays for Young People. For serv Young People. King, Alexander John, Dep Leader, Kent Cnty Ccl. For serv Local Govt. King, Ernest Charles, Member, London Travelwatch. For serv Public Transport. Knott, Mrs Margaret Susanna, For serv the commty in Northern Ireland and to Children Overseas. Knowles, Dr Bernard, For serv the commty in West Yorkshire. Knowles, Kim Robert, exec dir, Midlands Fashion Showcase. For serv the Fashion ind. Knox, John Hugh, For publ serv. Koshti, Anil Krishnarao, Nuclear Regulator, Environment Agency. For serv the Environment. Kury, Mrs Julia, exec Offr, Jobcentre Plus, Dept for Work and Pensions.

Lamb, Ronald, For serv the commty in Durham. Lambley, Peter William, Formerly Conservation Offr, English Nature. For serv Conservation in Norfolk. Lander, John Henry, Sen Leading Hand Air Frame Fitter, Marshall Aerospace. For serv the Aerospace ind. Lansdell, Joseph Charles, Foster Carer, West Sussex. For serv Children and Families. Lansdell, Mrs Rita Eileen, Foster Carer, West Sussex. For serv Children and Families. Lask, Ivor, Formerly Optometrist, Bromley Hospitals NHS Trust. For serv the NHS. Lass, Ronald Anthony, Chair, Cocoa Research Committee. For serv the Food ind. Law, Mrs Susan, Head of Library Service. For serv Local Govt in East Lancashire. Lawrence, Carl Rex Owen, For serv Victim Support in Leicestershire and Rutland. Lawson, Derek Charles, For publ serv and to the commty in Higham Ferrers, Northamptonshire. Lee, Mrs Sarah Elizabeth, JP, DL, Formerly High Sheriff of South Yorkshire. For serv the Administration of Justice. Leese, John, For serv the Douglas Macmillan Hospice, Stoke-on-Trent. Lenney (Junior), John Eugene, For serv Music and to Young People in Cardiff. Lewis, Mrs Ann Elizabeth, cclr, Holyhd Town Ccl. For serv the commty in Holyhd, Anglesey. Lewis, Mrs Heather, Food, Health and Safety mgr, Rhonnda Cynon Taff. For serv Local Govt. Lillington, Dr Alan William, DL, For serv the commty in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Lindop, William Arthur, For serv the commty in The Gambia. Linehan, John Joseph, For charitable serv in Northern Ireland. Littlechild, John William, JP, For serv the commty in South Wales. Lady Lloyd Of Berwick, Jane Helen Violet, DL, Chair, Family Welfare Association. For charitable serv. Lockwood, Mrs Sallie Loretta, For serv the commty in Carlton, North Yorkshire. Lodh, Mrs Rajyasree, Formerly Administrative Offr, Child Support Agency, Dept for Work and Pensions. Lone, Dr Iftikhar Ahmed, JP, Gen Medical Practitioner, Middlesbrough. For serv Healthcare. Longfield, Ms Jeanette Anne, For serv Food Policy Issues. Longsdon, Miss Mary Grace, For serv the Fell Pony Society. Lowndes, Mrs Gillian Lesley, For serv the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Ysgol Bryn Elian, Colwyn Bay, Conwy. Lund, Peter Gradwell, For serv the commty in Oxfshire. Lynch, Mrs Lynn Avis, Consultant Midwife, North Glamorgan NHS Trust. For serv Healthcare. Lynch, Thomas, For serv Bicycle Moto Cross (BMX) Racing and to Ambulance Service Cycling. Lyons, Ms Mary Geraldine, Chief exec and dir, Springvale Training Ltd. For serv the commty in Northern Ireland.

MacAuley, Ronald John, For publ serv. Macdonald, James William Ian, JP, For serv the Administration of Justice in Salford. MacGillivray, William Keith, Assistant ch Offr, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue. For serv the Fire Service National Benevolent Fund. MacLellan, Mrs Norma Ann, Formerly Clerical asst and Typist, Caol Primary School, Fort William. For serv Educ and to the commty in Inverness-shire. Mallinson, Mrs Ruby Irene Dorothy, For serv the Women's Auxiliary Air Force Association. Mancini, Mrs Patricia, For charitable serv in Blackpool, Lancashire. Manorajah, Angelo, Financial dir, Fairbridge. For serv Disadvantaged Young People. Marney, Neale Charles, Supervisor, Newbury Ambulance Station. For serv the NHS. Marris, Robert Norwood, For serv the RAF Association in Hertfordshire. Marsh, Harry, Board Member, Children and Families Court Advisory and Support Service and vice-Chair, National Children's Bureau. For serv Children and Families. Marshall, Alexander, For serv Bowls. Martin, Dr Elizabeth Carole, Formerly dir of Public Health and Medical dir, Kingston Primary Care Trust. For serv Medicine. Marwood, Peter Duncan Arthur, Chair, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Leukaemia Research Fund. For charitable serv. Mathie, Mrs Mary, For serv Foster Care in Scotland. Mathieson, Arthur, Customer Services mgr, Standard Life. For serv the commty in Leith, Edinburgh. Mattey, Cdr Barry John, R Navy. For serv the Sea Cadet Corps. Maudlin, Peter Charles, For serv the commty in Upper Caldecote, Bedfordshire. Maughan, David, For serv Farming in Cnty Durham. McAdam, cclr Walter, DL, cclr, Clackmannanshire Ccl. For serv Local Govt. McCabe, Wesley John, For serv the Communication ind. McClelland, Mrs Joan Heather, Univ Governor and ltly Principal, Castlewellan Primary School. For serv Educ in Northern Ireland. McDermott, Anthony Maurice, Leader, Halton Borough Ccl. For serv Local Govt in Cheshire. McDowall, John Patrick, Cdr, Counter-Terrorism Command, Specialist Operations, Met Pol Service. For serv the Police. McEvoy, Mrs Maureen, For serv the Adoption of Children in Scotland. McEwen, Miss Margaret Mary Bridget, For serv Children Overseas. McFaul, Mrs Alison, RSPB Information Warden, Rathlin Island, Cnty Antrim. For serv the Environment in Northern Ireland. McGrattan, George, Principal Teacher of Computing, Garnock Academy, North Ayrshire. For serv Educ. McKillop , Kevin, Accommodation Offr, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Northern Ireland, Dept of Env, Northern Ireland exec. McKinney, Alan, Formerly Ch exec, Scottish Stone Liaison Group. For serv the Stonemason ind in Scotland. McLaughlin, Mrs Sheila Elizabeth Isobel, For serv Music in Northern Ireland. McLean, Mrs Pamela, Administrative Offr, Child Support Agency, Dept for Work and Pensions. McMaster, Mrs Ida, For serv Archaeology in Essex. McQuinn, Mrs Yvonne, JP, Non-exec dir, former North Kirklees Primary Care Trust. For serv the NHS. Medley, Maj Robert Harold, DL, For serv Ex-Servicemen and Women in Wales. Medlicott, Mrs Jayne Denise, Nursing dir, Hospice of the Valleys, Blaenau Gwent. For serv Healthcare. Meikle, Malcolm Coubrough, Member, Wychavon District Ccl, Fladbury Ward. For serv Local Govt. Melling, Dr Althea, Head of the Centre for Volunteering and commty Action, Univ of Central Lancashire. For serv Higher Educ. Michael, James Duncan Alan, For serv Visually Impaired and Disadvantaged People in the Highlands. Miles, Mrs Violet, For serv the com mty in Milton-under-Wychwood, Oxfshire. Nasmyth-Miller, David St John, Insp, Met Pol Service. For serv the Police. Milroy, Kenneth Angus, Chief exec, Aberdeen Foyer. For serv Disadvantaged People in Scotland. Minty, Christopher David, Special Projects Offr, Belize, R Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. For serv the Conservation of the Central American Rainforest. Mitchell, Mrs Ann, Formerly Customer Services asst, Refectory, Lauder College. For serv Further Educ in Dunfermline. Mitchell, Mrs Elizabeth, District Nurse, Dunfermline and West Fife commty Health Partnership. For serv Healthcare. Mittell, Lynn, Radio Presenter and Comedy Music Performer. For serv Entertainment in Wales. Moar, James Andrew, Retained Statio Offr, Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Service. For serv Fire Safety. Mooney, Anthony, Formerly Administrative Offr, Jobcentre Plus, Dept for Work and Pensions. Morgan, Phillip Edward Stephen, Dir, Support Services, Bedford Hospital NHS Trust. For serv the NHS. Morgan, Mrs Susan, Macmillan Nurse Specialist for Teenagers and Young Adults, St. James's Univ Hospital, Leeds. For serv the NHS. Morgan, Terrig Goronwy, Formerly Chair, National Farmers' Union Milk Committee. For serv the Dairy ind. Mortin, John Keith, Formerly mgr, HM Prison Manchester, HM Prison Service. Morton, Mrs Betty, For serv the Brit Red Cross Society in Lincolnshire. Moses, , Trustee, Brent commty Transport. For serv the commty in North London. Mugridge, David Rhodri, Insp, Met Pol Service. For serv the Police. Mullen, Mrs Christine, Associate dir, Workforce Strategy NHS North West. For serv the NHS. Mullin, Miss Sandra, For serv the commty in Earlesfield Estate, Grantham, Lincolnshire. Munby, cclr Ronald, For serv the commty in Keswick. Murrell, Mrs Susan, For serv the Civil Service Benevolent Fund. Myers, Miss Eileen, exec Offr, Health and Safety exec, Dept for Work and Pensions.

Neal, Dr Frank Edward, Chair, Rotherham Hospice Trust. For serv Healthcare. Needham, Brian, For serv the Duke of Edinburgh Award and to Young People. Neill, Ronald Beattie, For publ serv. Newberry , Miss Hazel Catherine, For serv Ballroom Dancing. Newman, Mrs Jean Diana, For serv the commty in South Somerset. Newman, Mrs Lilian, Formerly Chair, Inverclyde Tourist Group. For serv the Tourist ind in Scotland. Newman, Roger Edward, For charitable serv. Newton, Dr Jennifer Margaret, For serv Conservation in North Lancashire. Nisbet, Andrew James, Works mgr, Historic Scotland, Scottish exec. Nisbet, Mrs Kathleen, cclr, Blyth Valley District Ccl. For serv Local Govt in Blyth, Northumberland. Noot, Peter, Woodland Offr, West Sussex, Forestry Commn. Norman, David, Retained Sub-Offr, Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service. For serv Fire Safety. Norton, Mrs Yvonne Mary, Chair, West Midlands Lupus Group. For serv Healthcare.

O'Connell, Daniel Terrence, For serv Youth Justice and to the commty in Cumbria. O'Hagan, Mrs Carmen Winifred, Teacher, Northern Ireland Prison Service. O'Leary, cclr John, Staffordshire Cnty Ccl. For serv Local Govt. O'Neill, Mrs Audrey, For serv the Sport of Baton Twirling. Oakley, Miss Linda Joyce, Dir, Ideas21. For serv Invention and Innovation. Ogles, Peter William, For serv the R Mail and to St. John Ambulance Brigade in Chipping Norton, Oxfshire. Oliver, Mrs Jean, Vice-Chair, Parkfield and Mill Lane Neighbourhood Management Pathfinder Board. For serv the commty in Stockton-on-Tees. Olney, Peter James Stephen, For serv Zoos and to Conservation. Omoko, Mrs Comfort, Sen Catering mgr, Met Pol Service. For serv the Police. Ord, Mrs Mary, For serv the Huntly and District Macmillan Cancer Research Branch, Aberdeen. Osborn, Keith Stuart, Formerly ch Scientist, United Utilities plc. For serv Business and to Public Health. Osborn, Ronald Frederick, Formerly dir, Osborn and Simmons Ltd. For serv Surgical Instruments Manufacture. Outhwaite, Mrs Jean Ellen, For serv the Cub Scouts in Lancashire and Cheshire. Overton, Mrs Bridget Carlile, Formerly mgr, Maidstone Volunteer Bureau. For serv the commty in Kent. Owen, Mrs Theresa Josephine, Volunteer Services mgr, Aintree Univ Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For serv the NHS in Merseyside.

Palmer, William Robert, TD, Corporation Tax mgr, HM Revenue and Customs. Park, Charles Edgar, For serv Raptor Conservation in South West Scotland. Parker, George, For serv the commty in Barford St. Michael, Oxfshire. Lloyd Parry, Dr John Merfyn Hywell, For serv Sports Medicine. Parry, Raymond Harold, Emergency Planning mgr, London Underground. For serv Public Transport. Parsons, Geoffrey Lloyd, Teacher, Vyners School, Ickenham, Hillingdon, London. For serv Educ. Patterson, Richard John, Formerly chm, DorsetME Support Group. For charitable serv those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Pearn, Michael Norman, For serv the commty in Torpoint, Cornwall. Pearse, Mrs Ann, For serv the commty in Somerset. Perrett, Thomas, Chair, Walsall New Deal for Communities. For serv the commty in the West Midlands. Pettinger, Miss Eve, Ballet Teacher, Arts Educal School, Tring. For serv Dance. Phillips, Mrs Patricia Jane, For serv the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Phillips , Miss Zara Anne Elizabeth, Individual Three-Day Event World Champion. For serv Equestrianism. Pike, Stanley William, Formerly Dep Headteach, Bosmere Junior School, Hampshire. For serv Educ. Plaine, Ms Julia Lucille, Co-ordinator, Sex Workers' Empowerment, Educ and Training Project, Huddersfield. For serv Women. Pollitt, Mrs Sheila, JP, Member, Independent Monitoring Board. For serv HM Young Offenders' Inst Lancaster Farms, Lancashire. Potter, Mrs Catherine, Specialist Bed Co-ordinator, Medway NHS Trust. For serv the NHS. Potts, Mrs Mary, For serv the commty in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Powell, Bevan, Dep Chair, Metropolitan Black Police Association. For serv the Police. Powell, Douglas, Warden and mgr, East Mersea Youth Camp, Essex. For serv Young People. Powell, Ms Frances Mary, For serv the Tourist ind in Lincolnshire. Powlesland, Mrs Marguerita, For serv the commty in Hertfordshire. Preece, Mrs Bronwen, For Charitab serv Healthcare in Swansea. Preece, Malcolm, Project mgr, HM Revenue and Customs. Priestley, Ms Carol Virginia, Dir, Internat Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications. For serv Science in developing countries and emerging economies. Pritchard, Capt Ronald, Formerly Regional Welfare Offr, Combat Stress. For serv Ex-Servicemen and Women.

Quill, Canon Walter Patterson, For serv the commty in Castlederg, Cnty Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

Rae, Brian Alfred, For serv the Meteorological Office and to the commty in the Isle of Man. Rai, Gurdial Singh, For serv the Sikh commty in Dartford, Kent. Ralphs, Miss Sybil Evelyn, Member, Bagnall Parish Ccl. For serv the commty in North Staffordshire. Ramsay, Mrs Lillian Jane, Founder and dir, The Eyeless Trust for Children and Young People Born Without Eyes. For serv Children and Families. Randall, Donald William, For serv Law Enforcement in the City of London. Rankin , Percival, For serv the R Brit Legion in Northern Ireland. Ratcliffe , Anthony James, For serv the Environment in Suffolk. Ray, Dr Keith, Cnty Archaeologist, Herefordshire Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Rees, Mrs Linda Janice, JP, For serv the Administration of Justice in Port Talbot. Rice, Mrs Geraldine, cclr, Castlereagh Borough Ccl. For serv Local Govt in Northern Ireland. Richardson, The Reverend William Thomas John, Formerly Minr, Hillhall Presbyterian Church, Lisburn. For serv the commty in Northern Ireland. Ridgeon, Paul Christopher, Head of Special Projects, Office of Govt Commerce, HM Treas. Riegen, Miss Nancy Elizabeth, For serv the commty in Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire. Ritchie, William, Crofter Fisherman. For serv the Environment and to Sustainable Development in the Highlands and Islands. Roberts, Mrs Ann Adele Susan Maria, For serv the commty in Edenbridge, Kent. Roberts, Mrs Anne, Head of Health Visiting and School Nursing, North Glamorgan NHS Trust. For serv Healthcare. Roberts, Derek Paul de Villamar, For serv the History and Sport of Cycling. Roberts, Miss Jean McHattie, Stoma Care Adviser, Sangers (NI) Ltd. For serv Stoma Care Nursing in Northern Ireland. Robertson, Mrs Christina Waters Clapperton, Formerly hd of Dept of Business, Management and Computing, Dumfries and Galloway College. For serv Lifelong Learning. Robson, Ms Suzanne, For publ serv. Rodgers, Mrs Jennifer, Administrative asst, The Pension Service, Dept for Work and Pensions. Rodriguez, Emmanuel, Trombonist. For serv Music. Roscoe, Mrs Eileen, Youth Team mgr, Lancashire Learning and Skills Ccl. For serv Educ and to Business. Ross, Dr Euan James Ferguson, Formerly Administrator, Chemistry Dept, Univ of Durham. For serv Higher Educ. Roszell, Keith Raymond, Vice-Chair, Cornwall Area Committee, Fire Services National Benevolent Fund. For serv the Fire and Rescue Service. Rothenberg, Robert Michael, For serv Business and to the commty in London. Rumbold, Henry, For serv Conservation and to the commty in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Russell, Philip William, Management Board Member, Workers' Safety Adviser Challenge Fund. For serv Health and Safety in the Construction ind.

Sanderson, David, Chief exec, Derwent Training Association, North Yorkshire. For serv Young People. Sarpong, Ms June Kunadu, For serv Broadcasting and to Charity. Sarti, Mrs Laura, Singing Teacher. For serv Music. Saunders, Mrs Alison Marjorie Elizabeth, For charitable serv. Saunders, David William, For charitable serv. Saunders, Derek Duncan, For serv Ex-Servicemen and Women in Norfolk. Saunders, Joseph Harry, Census Returns Indexer, National Archives and Family Records Centre. For serv Archiving. Seals, Michael, Chair, National Fallen Stock Company Limited. For serv the Farming ind. Sealy, Elvin Royston, JP, Formerly Chair, Airlines Association of Barbados and the Airline Operators' Committee. For serv Civil Aviation. Seed, Kenneth, Principal Offr, HM Prison Preston, HM Prison Service. Sessions, Mrs Yvonne Carol, Formerly Clinical Service mgr, Learning Disability Services, Leeds Mental Health Teaching NHS Trust. For serv Healthcare. Seth, Dr Ramendra Nath, For serv Rotary Internat and to the commty in Nottinghamshire. Shannon, Victor Lockhart, Sen Principal Engineer, Ultra Electronics Holdings plc. For serv the Defence ind. Sharman, Derek George, For serv Heritage in Berwick-upon-Tweed. Sharpe, Raymond Alexander, For serv the commty in South East Wales. Shaw, Mrs Ina Simpson, For serv Stirling Albion Football Club. Shearer, Mrs Hannah Anne, For serv Older People in Birmingham, West Midlands. Shelley, Ronald Charles, For serv the Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women and to the Jewish commty in London. Shepherdson, Ms Jane, Brand dir, TopShop. For serv the Retail ind. Siddall, Paul Edward, exec Offr, Disability and Carers Service, Dept for Work and Pensions. Simpson, David Ross, For serv the commty in Harrow, Middlesex. Simpson, John, Works Operational mgr, Gateshd Health NHS Foundation Trust. For serv the NHS. Sims, Mrs Margaret Anne, Sen Health Promotion Specialist, South Gloucestershire Primary Care Trust. For serv Healthcare. Singhvi, Mrs Nirmala, For serv the commty in Watford, Hertfordshire. Skipper, Keith Victor, DL, For serv the commty in Norfolk. Slater, Offord, For serv the Waste Management ind and to the Environment in West Yorkshire. Slater, William Barry, For serv the Boys' Brigade in Orkney. Smallwood, Donald, Chair, Preston Road Neighbourhood Development Company. For serv the commty in Kingston-upon-Hull. Smart, Peter Alexander, Dir of Adult Learning, Chichester College, West Sussex. For serv Further Educ. Smith, Mrs Adrienne Elizabeth, Assistant Headteach, The North School, Ashford, Kent. For serv Educ. Smith, Ms Lesley, Cnty sec, Devon Association of Parish Ccls. For serv Local Govt in the South West. Smith, Mrs Margaret Montgomery, For serv the commty in Glasgow. Smyth, Mrs Irene Matilda, Recycling Centre Attendant, Magherafelt Recycling Centre. For serv Local Govt in Northern Ireland. Smyth, Samuel Alfred Matthew, Main Grade Offr, Northern Ireland Prison Service. Snape, Ms Liz, Dir, Policy and polit Affairs, UNISON. For serv Diversity. Dudley-Southern , Roy Malcolm, Team Leader and Strategic Planning mgr, Greater Manchester Primary Care Trusts Collaborative Commning Team. For serv the NHS. Speake, Miss Barbara Mary, Founder, The Barbara Speake Theatre School and Agency. For serv Drama in London. Spellman, Mrs Angela, For serv the commty in Newbury, Berkshire. Spencer, Anthony Noel, Chair, North West Housing Forum. For serv Social Housing. Spong, Lt Cdr Victor William, R Naval Reserve (Ret'd). For serv the Sea Cadet Corps in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Stanbury, Trevor Kenneth, Partner, The Milky Way Adventure Park. For serv the Tourist ind in the South West. Stannard, Anthony John, Head Trainer, Malmesbury Amateur Boxing Club. For serv Sport in Wiltshire. Sterry, Thomas Michael Robert, For charitable serv. Stevens, Dr Peter Michael Collinson, For serv Conservation. Stevenson, Mrs Rosemary, For serv the commty in Ballantree, Ayrshire. Stimpson, Mrs Jacqueline June, Water Skier. For serv Disabled Sport. Storey, Mrs Lynn Maureen, Lead Court mgr, Reading Cnty Court, Her Majesty's Court Service. Streeter, David Thomas, Reader in Ecology, Univ of Sussex. For serv Higher Educ. Stuart, Mrs Nancy, Grade B2, Sierra Leone Office, Dept for Internat Development. Sugden, John Christopher, For serv the commty in Haslemere, Surrey.

Tanner, Matthew, Dir, SS Great Britain Trust. For serv Maritime Conservation. Tasker, Mrs Adelene Jarn, For serv commty Relations in North Lincolnshire. Taylor, Dr Trevor, Technical and Projects dir, MBDA UK. For serv the Defence ind. Terry, Ms Elizabeth Joanna, mgg dir, The Leisure Media Company Ltd. For serv the Publishing ind. Thornton, Mrs Nellie, For serv the commty in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. Timmins, Mrs Gwendoline May, For serv the commty in Kingswinford, West Midlands. Tombs, Michael John, Volunteer Co-ordinator, Volunteer Recognition, National Trust. For serv Heritage. Topman, Simon Manville, Chair, Aston New Deal for Communities and Ch exec, Acme Whistle Company. For serv Business and to the commty in Birmingham. Traynor, Edward, For serv the commty in Easterhouse, Glasgow. Treloar, Peter Quintrell, For serv the commty in Calne, Wiltshire. Trevatt, Robert John, For serv Homeless People in South Devon. Trigg, Dr John Kenneth, Vice-Principal, Tomlinscote School and Sixth Form College, Frimley, Surrey. For serv Educ. Tristram, Miss Florence Irene, Governor, Oliver Goldsmith Primary School, Southwark, London. For serv Educ. Troy, Peter, Head of Humanitarian Response Team. Trumble, Paul Keith, For serv the commty in Thanet, Kent. Tunstall, Mrs Fiona, Clerical asst, St. Brigid's Primary School, Glasgow. For serv Special Needs Educ. Turnbull, William Richard, Presdt, Network Russia Scout Fellowship. For serv Internat Scouting. Turner, Joseph, Grade C2, Minstry of Defence. Tweddle, Mrs Reta Hodge, For serv the commty in Rowlands Gill, Tyne and Wear. Tweney, Mrs Maureen Winifred, For serv the commty in Oxf. Twomey, Dr Paul Anthony, Gen Medical Practitioner, Grimsby, North Lincolnshire. For serv Healthcare. Tyler, Michael, Chair of Governors, Osmani Primary School, Tower Hamlets, London. For serv Educ. Tyrrell, Miss Mary Norah Barclay, Hon sec, League of Friends, Gosport War Memorial Hospital, Hampshire. For charitable serv.

Usher, Ms Sylvia Sanderson, Hon sec, Development Educ Centre, Hull. For serv Children and to Young People.

Vary, Mrs Josephine, Sen Youth and commty Learning Worker, Young Women's Outr each Project, Gateshd. For serv Young People. Varnals, Derek Reed, Technical Adviser, Brit Phonographic ind. For serv the Music ind. Vernon, Barry, Sen Physical Educ Offr, HM Prison Kirklevington Grange, Yarm, Cleveland. Vince, Leslie, For serv the Marfan Trust Charity. Vincent, Mrs Marion, For serv the commty in Rothley, Leicester.

Wade, Mrs Susan, Teaching asst, Hethersett High School, Norfolk. For serv Educ. Wales, Mrs Audrey, Formerly pres, Ballymena Borough Chamber of Commerce and ind. For serv Business and to the commty in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. Walker, Michael, Gen Engineering mgr, SERCO Defence and Aerospace. For serv the Defence ind. Wallis, Peter George, Non-exec dir, former Thurrock Primary Care Trust. For serv the NHS. Wallop, Mrs Lavinia, Trustee, NSPCC and pres, NSPCC Chelsea Branch. For serv Children and Families. Walls, Mrs Patricia Eleanor, Chair, Cats Protection Charity. For serv Animal Welfare. Ward, Mrs Edith Hazel, Founder, Take Heart Support Group. For charitable serv. Wardell, Mrs Stella Maria, For serv the commty in South West Surrey. Waterhouse, Mrs Gillian, Head of Patient and Public Involvement, Heart of Eng NHS Trust. For serv the NHS. Waters, Mrs Anne Marie, Watch mgr, RDS, Oxfshire Fire and Rescue Service. For serv Fire Safety. Watkin, Mrs Susan, Formerly Chair, Huntington's Disease Association. For charitable serv. Watson, Mrs Bronwen, Family Learning Co-ordinator, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Ccl. For serv Adult Learning. Watson, Mrs Marion, TD, Member, Scottish commty Care Forum Management Committee. For serv the commty in Helensburgh and Lomond. Watson, Robert John Frank, Founder, Sobriety Boating Project for Ex-Offenders. For serv Young People. Way, Nigel John Maple, Proprietor, R Castle Hotel. For serv the Hospitality ind in Dartmouth, Devon. Wheatley, Miss Pearl, Chair, Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. For serv Heritage. White, Mrs Ann Denise, Communications Higher exec Offr and Chair, Charities Committee, Home Off. White, Ms Faye, Capt, Arsenal Ladies' Football Club and Eng. For serv Sport. White, Raymond, Formerly Principal Scientific Offr, National Gallery. For serv Museums. Whitehd, Mrs Audrey Maire, For serv the commty in Portsmouth. Whitelock, Barry, For serv Inland Waterways in the North. Whyte, Mervyn, For serv Motorcycle Racing in Northern Ireland. Wigan, Willard, Micro Sculptor. For serv Art. Wiggins, Terry, Sous Chef, House of Commons. Wilding, John Henry, For serv Clock Making. Wilkes, Mrs Gwynneth, Head, Diplomatic Team, Valuation Office Agency, HM Revenue and Customs. Green-Wilkinson, John, MC, For serv the commty in Winchester. Williams, Mrs Marlene, Higher exec Offr, Jobcentre Plus, Dept for Work and Pensions. Williamson, Mrs Heather Rosalind, For serv the commty in Malvern, Worcestershire. Wilson, Mrs Janet, For serv the commty in Haddington, East Lothian. Wixey, Patrick Maurice, For serv Bird Conservation in Oxfshire. Wolstenholme, Gary, Amateur Golfer. For serv Sport. Wood, Mrs Linda, Pers asst, Empire Test Pilots' School, QinetiQ. For serv the Aviation ind. Woodman, Mrs Patricia Ann, Member, North Kevesten District Ccl. For serv Local Govt. Woolfe, Dr Jennifer Anne, For serv Nutrition. Worters, Mrs Janice Margaret, Ch Offr, Voluntary Organisations Development Agency and Chair, North Tyneside Strategic Partnership. For serv the commty in the North East. Wren, Prof Michael William David, Consultant Microbiologist, Univ College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For serv Biomed Services. Wright, Mrs Margaret, Presdt, Girlguiding Midlands Region. For serv Young People. Wylie, Dr Nancy Vivien, Regional dir, Aim Higher West Midlands. For serv Higher Educ.

Yates, William Hugh, Formerly Dep Chair, Suzy Lamplugh Trust. For serv Charity. Young, Francis Dudgeon Bailey, exec hd, vice-Chancellor's Office, Queen's Univ Belfast. For serv Higher Educ.

Diplomatic and Overseas List

Knights Bachelor

De Silva, George Desmond Lorenz, QC, Formerly The Prosecutor to the Special Court for Sierra Leone. Nice, Geoffrey, QC, For serv internat criminal Just in and for the former Yugoslavia. Stoddart, Prof James Fraser, For serv chemistry and molecular nanotechnol.

Order of the Bath

Companion (CB)

Taylor, Dr Geoffrey Keith, Counsellor, FCO.

Order of St Michael and St George

Knight Commander (KCMG)

Malloch Brown, George Mark, Formerly Dep sec Gen, United Nations. Ehrman, William Geoffrey, CMG, HM Ambassador, Beijing. Scarlett, John McLeod, CMG, OBE, Chief, Secret Intelligence Service.

Commander (CMG)

Bloomfield, Keith George, Formerly HM Ambassador to Kathmandu. Buckle, Dr Simon James, Formerly Dep hd of Mission, Brit Embassy Kabul. Cooper, Andrew George Tyndale, Counsellor, FCO. Davidson , Martin Stuart, Dep dir gen, Br Ccl. Richardson, Dr Michael George, Counsellor, FCO. Bulmer-Thomas, Prof Victor Gerald, OBE, Dir, R Inst of Internat Affairs. Warren, David Alexander, Counsellor, FCO. Willasey-Wilsey, Timothy Andrew, Counsellor, FCO.

Order of the British Empire

Knight Commander (KBE)

Feachem, Prof Richard George Andrew, CBE, exec dir, The Global Fund for Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

Commander (CBE)

Hammerbeck, Brig Christopher John Anthony, CB, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in Hong Kong. Lambert, Michael Anthony, Formerly exec vice-pres, Commwlth Magistrates' and Judges' Association. Munnings, Roger Loewyn, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in Russia. Nightingale, Peter, Formerly Ch exec, China Britain Business Ccl. For serv trade. O'Morchoe, Maj Gen David Nial Creagh, CB, MBE, For serv Brit ex-servmen and women in Ireland. Poon, Dr Dickson, For serv UK-Asia busnss intrsts. Rodrigues, Christopher John, For serv Brit busnss intrsts and charitable wks in the UK and USA.

Officer (OBE)

Adams, Colin Charles, For serv the commty, busnss and Caymanian heritage, Cayman Islands. Ames, Jeffrey, First sec, FCO. Asseily, George Edward, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in Lebanon and philanth activities in the UK. Baxendale, James Lloyd, Counsellor, FCO. Blackwood, Derek Stuart, For serv commerce and Brit interestS in the United States of America. Blennerhassett, Edmund Arthur, MBE, For serv Brit intrsts in Panama. Brind, Ms Bridget Diana, Formerly First sec, Brit Embassy Baghdad. Cohen, Jonathan Hershl, For serv conflict prevention and resolution in the Caucasus. Crook, Mrs Eunice Campbell, Br Ccl dir, South India. Crowe, Ms Pauline Ann, Chief exec, Prisoners Abroad. Daneshvar, Yousef, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in Iran. Doughty, Ms Carol, Regional dir Visa Services, South Asia and the Middle East, Brit High Commn India. Edge, Christopher James, Formerly First sec, FCO. Edmonds, Leslie William, QFSM, For serv the commty, Gibraltar. Elloway, Dr Helen Francesca, For med serv (Church Mission Society) in the Democratic Republ of Congo. Fisher, Ms Deborah Joan, Dep hd of Mission and Dep perm Representative to the African Union, Brit Embassy, Addis Ababa. Gow, Prof Ian Thomas McVey, For serv Brit educ in East China. Harris, Dr Lillian Craig, For serv displaced people in Sudan and charitable activities in Cairo. Harris, Vincent Richard, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in Pakistan. Kent, Andrew Magnus, Counsellor, FCO. Knight, Chief William Denton, For serv the devel of sustainable commty-led rural devel programmes in Nigeria. Lavy, Prof Christopher Brian Dyce, For serv orthopaedic care in Africa. Loh, Ms Christine, Chief exec, Civic Exchange, Hong Kong. McCombe, Mark Seumas, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in Turkey and relief/recovery efforts following the bombings in Istanbul in 2003. Molyneux, Prof Elizabeth Margaret, For serv paediatric hlthcare in Malawi. Molyneux, Prof Malcolm Edward, For med serv in Malawi, partic in the fld of tropical diseases. Niven, Dr Colin Harold Robertson, For serv Brit educ in China. Payne, John, Br Ccl dir, Ghana. Pont, Dr Molly Elizabeth, For serv med hlthcare in Quetta, Pakistan. Rhodes, Peter Alexander, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in France. Sammut, Dennis, For serv conflict prevention and resolution in the South Caucasus. Scott, Don Robert, For serv Brit busnss intrsts and charitable wks in Russia. Smith, Jonathan David, CPM, Formerly commr of Police, Bermuda Police Service. Stops, John Phillip, Formerly Country dir, Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO), Thailand. Style, Montague William, For serv Brit busnss intrsts in Switzerland. Thomson, Ian Main, For serv environmentally-friendly fishing practices in the South Atlantic. Wadvani, Sanjay Mark, Formerly Dep Consul-Gen and hd of Trade and Investment, Brit Consulate-Gen, Guangzhou. Wilson, Douglas Ian, Formerly First sec, Brit Embassy, Baghdad. Wright, Miss Sylvia Mary, MBE, For serv disabled children in South India.

Member (MBE)

Angre, Mrs Rae Eva, For serv the Brit commty in Bangalore. Bacon, Miss Dawn, Hon Consul in Sharm el Sheikh. Bridgewater, Stuart William, Support Offr, FCO. Burrett, Ms Louise Victoria, HM Consul, Brit Embassy, Beirut. Butler, Paul Steven, Second sec, FCO. Carr, Timothy Richard, Formerly Curator of the South Georgia Museum, South Atlantic. Close, Dr Josie, For serv the res and application of renewable energy in Hong Kong. Ellison, Miss Rachel Natasha, For the promotion of human rights and female empowerment in Afghanistan. Francis, Herman Theophilus, For serv children in the promotion of music, Montserrat. Frangaki, Mrs Claire Marie, Vice Consul, Brit Consulate Crete. Frett , Ashford Ishmael, Superintendent of Prisons, Brit Virgin Islands. Frith, William de Vallieres, For publ serv, Bermuda. Gearing, Malcolm, For serv Brit nats in Houston. Goncalves, John Charles O'Brien, For publ serv and serv sport, Gibraltar. Hyde, Mrs Maxine Hope Lorraine, Formerly Consular asst, Brit High Commn Accra. Johnson, Mrs Effie Janet, For serv the commty, Cayman Islands. Kelly, James Michael, For serv Brit ex-serv men and women in Europe. Kirkpatrick, Dr Philipa Silvia, For serv the Brit commty in Saudi Arabia. Lauchlan, Ms Janet Patricia, For serv chty in Saudi Arabia. Mackay, Angus, Formerly vice Consul, Brit Consulate-Gen Los Angeles. Matthews, Adrian Edward, First sec, FCO. McLachlan, Malcolm Orde, First sec, FCO. McMartin, Ms Dorothy Silvia, Teacher of English, Br Ccl Afghanistan. Montegriffo, Charles Manuel, Hon Treasurer, Gibraltar Red Cross, Gibraltar. Morris , Mrs Pamela Jean, For serv the commty in South Korea, India and Vietnam. Morrison, Robert, Formerly Dep commr (Crime), UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo. Myrie, Mrs Georgette Hereleen, JP, For publ serv, Cayman Islands. Nixon, John, For serv educ in Taiwan. Orton, Miss Mavis Irene, For serv midwifery in the Philippines. Perks, Richard Morgan, First sec, FCO. Perry, Fernance, For serv commerce and the commty, Bermuda. Houry Prewitt, Ms Judyann, For serv the disabled commty in Saudi Arabia. Remfrey, Benjamin, For worldwide humanitarian work in the fld of mines awareness. Savage, George Beville Chippendale, For serv educ in the Middle East and Ecuador. Simpson, Mrs Mirabel Hermione, For serv educ and charities, Falkland Islands. Singh, Mrs Margaret Faith, For serv the preservation of India's heritage. Smith, Miss Nicolette Jane, Formerly Dep Consul Gen, Brit Embassy Office, Kirkuk. Spacie, Matthew Ian, For serv disadvantaged children in India. Stiles, Dr Neville Simon, For serv promoting understanding and co-operation between the peoples of Guatemala and Belize. Syrett, Mark Robert, Second sec, FCO. Thomas, The Reverend Canon Huw Glyn, For serv Brit educ and Brit citizens in Pakistan. Thomas, John William Angus, For serv wildlife conservation in Zambia. Turner, Jonathan Mark, Formerly Third sec, Brit High Commn Islamabad. Cairns-Wicks, Dr Rebecca Elizabeth, For serv environmental conservation, St. Helena. Windham, John Jeremy, Overseas Security mgr, Brit Embassy Office, Basra. Wygard, John Andrew, For serv the Brit commty in Mexico. Yaghmour, Mrs Jayne, For serv children's charities in Saudi Arabia.

Navy

Order of the Bath

Companion (CB)

Boissier Vice Adml Robin Paul, Wilcocks, Rear Adml Philip Lawrence, DSC,

Order of the British Empire

Commander (CBE)

Baldock, Commodore Nicolas Edwin, R Navy. Bowker, Commodore Michael Andrew, R Navy. Miklinski, Commodore Anthony Stanley, R Navy.

Officer (OBE)

Chatwin, Cdr Nicholas John, R Navy. Davis, Lt Col Christopher John, R Marines. Dunham, Col Mark William, R Marines. Halton, Cdr Paul Vincent, R Navy. Malcolm, Cdr Stephen Robert, R Navy. Milton, Cdr George James Gordon, R Navy. Redstone, Cdr Colin, R Navy. Watt, Cdr Anthony James Landon, R Navy.

Member (MBE)

Acton WO 1st Class (Abovewater Warfare Weapons) Donald Frederick Charles, Cash WO 1st Class (Catering Services) Christopher John, Conway, WO 1st Class Eric Ashley, R Marines. Cornes WO 1st Class (Marine Engineering Artificer) Paul Derek, Frame WO 1st Class (Physical Trainer) Neal Robert, Gravett WO 1st Class (Underwater Warfare) Anthony Nicholas, Griffin, Lt Cdr Niall Robert, R Navy. Hawkins, Lt Cdr Robert Henry, R Navy. Humphries, Colour Sgt Mark James, R Marines. Knight, Acting Colour Sgt Shane Lee, R Marines. Maude, Lt Cdr David Howard, R Navy. Okell CPO Physical Trainer Peter Wayne, Rule WO 1st Class (Marine Engineering Artificer) Nigel, Sherriff, Lt Cdr Jacqueline, R Naval Reserve. Trasler, Lt Cdr Mark Farnham, R Navy.

Army

Order of the Bath

Knight Commander (KCB)

Viggers, Lt Gen Frederick Richard, CMG, MBE, Late R Regiment of Artillery.

Companion (CB)

Brims, Lt Gen Robin Vaughan, CBE, DSO, Late The Light Infantry. Cima, Maj Gen Keith Harington, Late Corps of R Engineers. Stewart , Maj Gen Andrew Richard Evelyn De Cardonnel, CBE, Late Light Dragoons.

Order of the British Empire

Knight Grand Cross (GCB)

Granville-Chapman, Gen Sir Timothy John, KCB, CBE, ADC, Gen, late R Regiment of Artillery.

Commander (CBE)

Dale, Brig Ian Conway, Late Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Davies, Col Edward Peter, MBE, Late The Light Infantry. Deverell, Brig John Duncan, OBE, Late The R Irish Regiment. Eccles , Col David Charles, OBE, Late R Tank Regiment. Short, Col David Stephen, Late Army Air Corps.

Officer (OBE)

Bennett, Acting Col Michael Elston, Gloucestershire Army Cadet Force. Bostock, Lt Col Steven Edward, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment. Clarke, WO Class 1 John Frederick, The Parachute Regiment. Davis, Lt Col Richard, MBE, The R Welsh. Gedney, Lt Col Felix Geoffrey, King's R Hussars. Hyslop, Lt Col Christopher Steven, Army Air Corps. Jose, Lt Col Andrew Michael, R Army Medical Corps. Mills, Lt Col Stewart Christopher David, The Light Infantry. Radford, Col Timothy Buchan, MBE, Late The Light Infantry. Thornton, Lt Col Michael Edward, The Light Infantry. West, Lt Col Simon Richard, The R Regiment of Scotland.

Member (MBE)

Allardice, Maj David Hamilton, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment. Anderson, Maj William Ian Emsley, Army Air Corps. Barber, Maj Justin George McGuinness, R Regiment of Artillery. Bingham, Maj Brian Martin, R Corps of Signals. Blower, Maj Ian Anthony, R Corps of Signals. Clewlow, Lt Col Adrian James, R Corps of Signals. Collis, Sgt John Edward, The R Logistic Corps, Territorial Army. Connal, Cpl Scott Andrew, R Army Veterinary Corps. Couzens, Lt Col Richard Charles, R Regiment of Artillery. Covell, Maj Emma Louise, Adjutant Gen's Corps (Educal and Training Services Branch). Cowling, Capt Mark Nicholas, The R Logistic Corps. Duncan, Lt Col Gordon William, R Corps of Signals. Fernandes, Maj James Edouard Roderick, Corps of R Engineers. Garner, Maj Andrew Stuart, The Yorkshire Regiment. Gill, Acting Lt Col Michael Charles Lawrence, Merchiston Castle School Combined Cadet Force. Lambert-Gorwyn, Lt Col Martin, R Regiment of Artillery. Henderson, Capt James Barry, The R Regiment of Scotland, Territorial Army. Hone, Maj Steven, Corps of R Engineers. Howard, Capt David John, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Howarth, Maj Andrew John, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Howe, Capt Keith Martin, R Regiment of Artillery. Howells, Maj Stewart Ian, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Hunt, Sgt Wayne Francis, Corps of R Engineers. Jones, Capt Gary Brian, The R Regiment of Fusiliers. Kerr, Capt James Ewart Burns, The R Regiment of Scotland. MacDonald, Maj Ian, R Army Medical Corps, Territorial Army. McCallum, Capt James Daniel, The R Regiment of Scotland. McGee, Maj Howard, Army Air Corps. Melnyk, Maj Lawrence Dmytro, Corps of R Engineers. Morris, Capt Andrew Carl, Queen Alexandra's R Army Nursing Corps, Territorial Army. Pether, Maj Michael John, The R Logistic Corps, Territorial Army. Pettet, Lt Col Gerald Frederick, The R Logistic Corps. Rimmington, Capt Richard Keith, The R Logistic Corps. Roberts, Sgt Dale Matthew, Corps of R Engineers. Sklenar, Sgt Jason Michael, Corps of R Engineers. Stevenson, Acting Lt Col Herbert Henry, R Belfast Academical Inst Combined Cadet Force. Wilson-Hutton-Stott, Capt Thomas Hackett, R Rifle Volunteers, Territorial Army. Sutherland , Lt Col Roderick John Harrison, TD, R Corps of Signals, Territorial Army. Taylor, Padre James Patton, TD, Chaplain to the Forces, R Army Chaplains' Dept, Territorial Army. Thompson, Staff Sgt Julian Walter, The R Logistic Corps. White, Maj Philip James, The R Regiment of Scotland. Williams, Maj Charles James Macintosh, King's R Hussars. Willson, WO Class 1 Steven Ronald, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Youngman, Maj Paul Brian, Corps of R Engineers.

RAF

Order of the British Empire

Knight Commander (KBE)

Miller, A M Graham Anthony, CBE, R Air Force.

Commander (CBE)

Falla, Gp Capt Simon Owen, DSO, R Air Force. Torbet, Gp Capt Russell John, R Air Force. Whalley, A Cdre Peter, ADC, R Air Force. Wright, A Cdre Graham Alan, OBE, R Air Force.

Officer (OBE)

Barley, W Cdr Michael Patrick, R Air Force. Burr, W Cdr Jonathan, DFC, R Air Force. Calder, W Cdr Jonathan Mark, R Air Force. Clifford, W Cdr John Michael, R Air Force. Edwards, W Cdr Paul, R Air Force. Randall, Gp Capt Helen Mary, R Air Force. Williams, W Cdr Mark, R Air Force.

Member (MBE)

Bashford, WO Derek Roy, R Air Force. Beldon, Sq Ldr James Roger, R Air Force. Carpenter, Sq Ldr Philip John, R Air Force. Clark, Sq Ldr Alan Raymond Dudley, R Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training). Coleman, Sq Ldr Paul, R Air Force. Cumming, Sq Ldr John Douglas, R Air Force. Durke, Flt Lt Peter, R Air Force. Gilbert, Sq Ldr Michael Ross, R Air Force. James, Sq Ldr Clare Joanne, R Air Force. Lamb, WO Philip George, R Air Force. Lee, F Sgt Grahame Frederick, R Air Force. Mellor, Master Aircrew John Richard Denis, R Air Force. Moule, Flt Lt John Richard, R Air Force. Simmons, Sq Ldr Ian James, R Air Force. Simpson, WO Hamish Gordon, R Auxiliary Air Force. Steel, Sq Ldr Andrew, R Air Force. Watling, F Sgt Carl Antony Charles, R Air Force. Winwood, Sgt John, R Air Force.

Emergency Services

Queen's Police Medal

Bridger, Martin, Chief Superintendent, Met Pol Service. Edwards , Joseph Michael, Ch Const, Sussex Police. Fitzpatrick, Ms Rose Mary, Dep asst commr, Met Pol Service. Flanagan, Sir Ronald, GBE, Her Majesty's ch insp of Constabulary. Geddes, William, Constable, Avon and Somerset Constabulary. Gedge, Ian, Formerly Constable, Kent Police. Gething, Richard, Detective Superintendent, Met Pol Service. Jackson, Ms Catherine Margaret, Constable, West Yorkshire Police. Kaye, Jonathan Simon, Cdr, Met Pol Service. McWhirter, David, Formerly ch Superintendent, Thames Valley Police. Naylor, Richard Anthony, Chief Superintendent, Police Superintendents' Association of Eng and Wales. Parry, Patrick, Detective Insp, Derbyshire Constabulary. Stoddart , Thomas Jonathan, Temporary ch Constable, Durham Constabulary. Sweeney, Vincent Anthony, Assistant ch Constable, Greater Manchester Police. Turner, Ms Janet, Chief Superintendent, West Midlands Police. Williams, Ms Michele, Chief Superintendent, North Wales Police. Wilmott, Stephen Edward, Detective ch Superintendent, City of London Police. Wood, Paul John, Formerly Dep ch Constable, South Wales Police. Dickson, Malcolm Rae, Her Majesty's asst Insp of Constabulary. Mulhern, David, Interim Ch exec of the Scottish Police Services Authority. Shearer, Patrick John, Dep ch Constable, Grampian Police. Callaghan, Steven Gareth, Formerly Detective Sergeant, Police Service of Northern Ireland. Louden, Derrick, Insp, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Queen's Fire Service Medal

Hazeldine, Peter, Asst ch Fire Offr, Herts Fire and Rescue Service. Proctor, Anthony, Dep ch Fire Offr, Greater Manchester Cnty Fire and Rescue Service. Ring, Keith, Assistant Insp, Her Majesty's Fire Service Inspate. Robinson, Tyrone Anthony, Watch mgr, London Fire Brigade. Smith, Simon, Chief Fire Offr, North Wales Fire and Rescue Service. Baird, Mrs Eileen, Dep ch Offr, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service. McCollin, Wayne Terrance, Temporary Dep ch Fire Offr, Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue Service.

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