Congratulations to all of those recognised in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours, for their services to their communities.
COMPANION OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (CH)
A Companion of Honour is awarded for having a major contribution to the arts, science, medicine, or government lasting over a long period of time.
The Order of the Bath can only be awarded to senior civil servants and military officers.
Graham Parker, CBE. Fiscal Expert, Office for Budget Responsibility. For services to the Economy.
COMMANDER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (CBE)
This is awarded for having a prominent but lesser role at national level, or a leading role at regional level.
You can also be awarded a CBE for a distinguished, innovative contribution to any area.
Professor Anna Frances Vignoles (Anna Griffiths) FBA. Professor of Education, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. For services to Social Sciences.
OFFICER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (OBE)
This is awarded for having a major local role in any activity, including people whose work has made them known nationally in their chosen area.
Dr Ian James Macaulay Frood. For services to the British Cattle Industry.
MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (MBE)
Awarded for an outstanding achievement or service to the community.
This will have had a long-term, significant impact and stand out as an example to others.
Veronica Anne Judith Adlam. Health and Safety Manager, Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to Firefighter Safety.
Sheila Atim. For services to Drama.
Amrik Singh Basi. Amateur Boxing Referee. For services to Boxing.
Kathryn Davies. Assistant Director, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to the Investigation of Organised Crime.
John William Charles Jolly. Co-Founder and Manager, Sudden Adult Death Trust UK. For services to Raising Awareness of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome.
Ian Christopher Norman Seaton. Lately Chairman, Board of Governors, City of London School. For services to Education and Training in London.
Brian James Tobin. Chief Executive Officer, Iceni Ipswich. For services to Drug Rehabilitation in Suffolk.
MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (BEM)
Awarded for a ‘hands-on’ service to the local community.
This could be a long-term charitable or voluntary activity, or innovative work of a relatively short duration (3 to 4 years) that has made a significant difference.
Ian Lee Carter. For services to the Church and charity in Essex.
Winifred Taggart Chinery. Nurse, Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing and Patient Safety.
Stanley Francis Davies. For services to the community in Braintree, Essex.
Justine Charlotte Everett. Ground Operations Manager, EasyJet. For services to Border Security.
Nigel James Gayner JP. For services to the community in Southend on Sea, Essex.
Frederick Wayne Gruba. For services to Victims of Terrorism.
Ronald Aloysius Hyde-Williams. Lately Data and MI Officer, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For public service and Diversity and Inclusion.
Gillian Punt. For services to Charitable Fundraising.