Queen Honours East Anglia

The Queen has honoured people across Norfolk and Suffolk who've served their country, their industry and their communities.


Theodore Agnew (East Somerton) receives a Knights Bachelor honour for services to Education.

Actor John Hurt, CBE receives a Knights Bachelor for services to Drama.



Timothy Tollemache. Former Lord-Lieutenant of Suffolk.


Daniel Harvey, RVM. Senior Engineer, Sandringham Estate.


Andrew Brown. Forestry Foreman at the Sandringham Estate.



Professor Graeme Barker (Norwich), Former Disney Professor of Archaeology and director, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge receives a DBE for services to Archaeology. 

Roger Wright (Snape), Chief executive Aldeburgh Music and director, BBC Proms receives a DBE for services to Music.


William Armstrong (Norwich), former Senior Coroner for Norfolk receives an OBE for services to the Bereaved and to Charity.

Michael Davies (Sudbury), Head of Maritime Resilience Planning and Consequence Management at the Department for Transport receives an OBE for services to Maritime Safety. 

Davina Tanner (Norfolk), Chief executive and Founder Britannia Enterprises receives an OBE for services to Business and the community in East Anglia.


Paul Cheeseman (Great Yarmouth), Employment and Skills Co-ordinator Great Yarmouth Borough Council, receives an MBE for services to Homeless people. 

Nicola Mark (Diss), Head of the Norfolk County Council pension fund, receives an MBE for services to Local Government. 

Marion Morse (Norwich), receives an MBE for services to the community in Norwich.

Keith Paterson (Newmarket), receives an MBE for services Promoting Information Technology to Elderly People in the UK.

Sally Tyler (Norwich), Children's Epilepsy Specialist Nurse, Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust receives an MBE for services to Nursing.

Christopher Wells (Eye), Chair of Governors Federated Schools of Gislingham and Palgrave, receives an MBE for services to Education.


Marian Andrews (Saxmundham), receives a BEM for services to the community in Saxmundham

Maureen Bond (Norwich), receives a BEM for services to the Dereham Road and Chapel Fields Luncheon Clubs and the community in Swardeston.

Joanna Copsey (Bury St Edmunds), Town Pastor Volunteer receives a BEM for services to Policing and Community Safety in Bury St. Edmunds.

Ronald Cox (Holt), receives a BEM for services to Education and to the community in Holt and Kelsing.

Dr Elizabeth Edwards (Norwich), Research Scientist John Innes Centre and Volunteer, Norfolk Wildlife Trust. For services to the Environment and the Public Understanding of Science. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Judith Gowen (Woodbridge), receives a BEM for services  to the Aldeburgh Carnival and to the community in East Suffolk.

Reverend Susan Nutt (Barnham), receives a BEM for services to the community in Barnham and Bury St. Edmonds.

Robert Pegnall receives a BEM for services to the community in Woodbridge.


PC Simon Alcock from Suffolk Police is honoured with the QPM.

Former Deputy Chief of Suffolk Police, Paul Marshall is honoured with a QPM

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