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Thames Valley Honoured In New Year's Royal List
Heart sends out congratulations to dozens of people in the Thames Valley who are to be recognised in the New Year's Honour's List
Here's the full list of local recipients.
RITISH EMPIRE MEDAL
Brian Wiggins (Bicester). For services to Amateur Swimming in Oxfordshire
Christine Yarborough (Banbury). Senior Organiser, Banbury and Chipping Norton Home-Start. For services to Children and Families
Daphne Plumridge (Kidlington). For services to the community in Tackley, Oxfordshire
David Radburn (Witney). For services to Healthcare in Oxfordshire
Flt Lt William Day (Reading). Custodian, RAF Dunsfold Museum. For voluntary service to RAF Heritage
Geoffrey Whittaker (Watlington). For services to the community in Watlington and Britwell Salome in Oxfordshire
Graham Evans. Senior Volunteer, Carterton and Witney Branch, Save the Children. For voluntary service in Carterton.
Martin Harris (Horspath). For services to Conservation and to the community in Horspath
Maud Hobbs (Basingstoke). Volunteer, North Waltham Primary School, Hampshire. For services to Education
Michele Crawford (Oxon). For services to Young People and to charity in Oxford
Pauline Evans (Carterton). Senior Volunteer, Carterton and Witney Branch, Save the Children. For voluntary service in Carterton
Penelope Brookman (Hungerford). Volunteer Dance and Drama Teacher, Kintbury St. Mary's Church of England Primary School, Berkshire. For services to Education in Hungerford
Steven Large (Andover). For services to Brass Band Music
Susan Bailey (Windsor). Founder Member and Chair, Sponsored Carriage Drive in Windsor Great Park. For services to Charitable Giving in the UK
Walter Williams (Wantage). For voluntary service to Community and Youth Sport in Oxfordshire
Professor Marian Dawkins (Oxon). Professor, Animal Behaviour, University of Oxford. For services to Animal Welfare
Ms Margaret Farrar (Oxon). Formerly Strategic director for Leadership Development, National College for Teaching and Leadership. For services to Education
John Hirst (Maidenhead). Chief executive, Meteorological Office. For services to Meteorology
Peter Jones (Oxon). For services to the Entertainment Industry and to charity, particularly through Comic Relief
Charles Parsons, OBE (Risborough). For charitable services, particularly to Children's Charities
Anne Willcocks (Oxon). Director, Insolvency Service. For services to the Development of Market Frameworks and Leadership of Major Parliamentary Bills
Professor Frances Kirwan, FRS (Didcot). Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford. For services to Mathematics
Paul Collier, CBE (Oxford). For services to promoting research and policy change in Africa
Dr Noel Malcolm, FBA (Oxon). Senior Research Fellow, All Souls College, University of Oxford. For services to Scholarship, Journalism and European History
Professor Peter F Ratcliffe. R.S. (Kidlington). Nuffield Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford. For services to Clinical Medicine
Superintendent David Elworthy of Thames Valley Police (Holmer Green). For services to Protective Security
Professor Gregory Whyte (Marlow). For services to Sport, Sport Science and to charity
Professor James Knowlson (Reading). Emeritus Professor of French, University of Reading. For services to Literary Scholarship
Dr Jane Margaret Barrett (Blewbury). President, Royal College of Radiologists. For services to Radiology
Julia Carrick (Henley). Global Ambassador, Walpole. For services to the British Luxury Goods Industry
Martin Knops (Shipton-on-Cherwell). Formerly Counsellor, Oxfam. For services to Oxfam.
Paul Swaddle (Reading). For voluntary political service
Ruth Dearnley (Aylesbury). Chief executive Officer, Stop The Traffik. For services to Awareness and Prevention of Human Trafficking
Trevor Mort (Oxon) Chairman, Conservative Party Disciplinary Committee. For voluntary political service
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Stephen John Rimmer (Brackley). Director general, Crime and Policing Group, Home Office. For services to Criminal Justice and Policing Reform
Candida Piercy (Aylesbury). Member, Liberal Democrats' Federal Executive Committee. For voluntary political service
David Burbage (Maidenhead). Leader, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. For services to Local Government
Dominic Mahony (Watlington). For voluntary services to Modern Pentathlon
Eric and Jean Cass (Sunninghill). Art Collectors. BOTH - for their philanthropic services to the Arts
Gregory Bensberg (Abingdon). Formerly director, Spectrum Policy, Ofcom. For services to Media and Communications
Jeffrey Gardner (Reading). Director, Berkshire Youth, and vice president, National Boys and Girls Club. For services to Young People
Lt Col Stuart Rowsell (Wokingham). Trustee, North Hampshire Medical Education Trust. For charitable services in South East England
Lynda Fairbrother (Sandhurst). Chair, Women's Technical Committee, British Gymnastics. For services to Gymnastics
Marion Dowding (Oxon). Formerly Deputy chairman (Political), West Oxfordshire Conservative Association. For voluntary political service
Dr Marios Papadopoulos (London). Founder and Music director, Oxford Philomusica. For services to Music in Oxford
ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL
Robert McGee (Windsor). Carpenter, Crown Estate, Windsor.
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