Queen's Birthday Honours: The Thames Valley

16 June 2012, 06:00

Reading actress Kate Winslet is one of the Thames Valley's residents named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.


Antony Brian Baldry. For Public and Political Service. (Oxfordshire)

Kenneth Charles Branagh. For services to Drama and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Berkshire)


Professor Lorna Ann Casselton. Emeritus Professor of Fungal Genetics, University of Oxford. For services to Fungal Genetics and to International Science. (Oxfordshire)

Michael John Fuhr, OBE. Commercial Adviser, Department for Transport. (Berkshire)


Miss Brenda May Billington. Formerly consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Reading. For services to Ophthalmology. (Berkshire)

Mrs Marsha Carey-Elms, JP. Formerly Executive Headteacher, Kendrick School and Reading Girls' School, Reading. For services to Education. (Berkshire)

Peter Hawkins. Human Development Team Leader, Department for International Development. (Oxfordshire)

Jonathon Jason Kingsley. Chief executive Officer, Creative director and Co-Founder of Rebellion. For services to the Economy. (Oxfordshire)

Andrew Gregory Moore. Grade B1, Ministry of Defence. (Berkshire)

Professor Peter David Roberts. Formerly head of Plasma Physics Science and Technology, AWE Aldermaston. For services to the Defence Industry. (Berkshire)

Terry Bertram Wilkins. Strategic Volunteer and Project Co-ordinator, Dorset Police. For service to Policing. (Berkshire)

Kenneth Allan. For services to the Royal Society of Chemistry. (Berkshire)

Professor Ann Buchanan. Professor of Social Work, University of Oxford. For services to Social Science. (Oxfordshire)

Ms Frances Margaret Cook. Formerly consultant Speech and Language Therapist, Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children. For services to Speech Therapy. (Oxfordshire)

Dr Ronald Cookson. Founder, Mills Archive Trust. For services to Heritage. (Berkshire)

Keith Raymond Jenkin Cottell. For services to Swimming and Lifesaving. (Oxfordshire)

Mrs Muriel Joyce Howe. For services to the National Association of Widows. (Oxfordshire)

Eugene Incerti. Director of Skills Competitions, National Apprenticeship Service. For services to Skills. (Berkshire)

Mrs Gloria Keene. For services to the community in Inkpen, Berkshire. (Berkshire)


Mrs Elisabeth Angela Perry. For charitable services through the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel Trust and the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths. (Oxfordshire)

Dr Jennifer Catherine Shute. For services to British Skiing. (Oxfordshire)

Mrs Louie Margaret Wooldridge. Governor, All Saints Infant School, Reading, Berkshire. For services to Education. (Berkshire)

Queens Police medal:

Andrew Frank Taylor. Detective chief Superintendent, Thames Valley Police.