For voluntary service to the community in Leicester. For the last miles or so of their track, they were passing over the vast lowland swamps and jungles of Eastern Sumatra, to reach Pakenbaroe in late morning after 3: For services to Dance.
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Republican Tank Commander 1pc. Rolls Royce Armoured Car Crewman. Wing Commander Wilson, unable to obtain the fire extinguisher, promptly smothered the flames with his hands and threw the smouldering equipment overboard. He afterwards flew the damaged bomber home to an airfield where he effected a successful crash-landing. This officer displayed great courage, skill and determination in the face of very trying circumstances. Apprenticeship in the cotton trade, He was a test pilot for Blackburn Aircraft Ltd, and in that capacity performed the maiden flight of the Blackburn Roc in Married 1st , Middlesex; marriage dissolved Valerie Roche; twin daughters, one son.
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We moved all over Britain during those war years: Pilot Officer Wright has consistently shown a keen desire to engage the enemy on all occasions.
He has brought down a total of four enemy aircraft and has badly damaged four more. He has led his flight and sometimes his squadron with great skill and determination. Flight Lieutenant Wright has destroyed at least nine enemy aircraft. On one occasion he flew his damaged aircraft back from France making. His keenness and devotion to duty have been outstanding.
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For services to the Joinery Manufacturing Industry. For services to Unemployed People. Formerly Chair of Newport Unlimited. For services to Regeneration in Newport, South Wales.
Dr Michael Leonard Watson. For services to Postgraduate Medical Education. Philip Arthur George Watts. Gerald Barry Macintosh Williams. Chairman, Friends of Bedgebury Pinetum. For services to Football. For services to the community. For services to Legal Scholarship and Higher Education. Dr Syed Nayyer Abbas Abidi. For services to the Black and Minority Ethnic community. Co-Founder Project Art Works. For services to Art and Disability. Mrs Brenda Gillian Alexander.
For services to the community in Dulwich, London Borough of Southwark. Balsall Common, West Midlands. Formerly Precentor and director of Music at Eton College. For services to Choral Music. Mrs Esther Robina Yvette Anderson. For services to Music and to the community. Chair, Carers Scotland Advisory Committee.
For services to the community in Dundee. Ms Judith Mary Apiafi. Education manager of Positive Action through Learning Support. For services to Offender Education. Miss Kirsty Ann Ashton. For services to the community in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. Administrator, Institute of Education, University of London. Head of Environment, Norfolk County Council. For services to Forestry and the community.
Founder of Club 25 for Young People. For services to charity and the community. Miss Ida Daphine Bell. For services to Stroke Survivors. Mrs Linda Mary Irene Bennett.
Miss Dorothy Margaret Best. For services to Physical Education. For services to the Construction Sector. For services to Local Government and to the community. Mrs Prudence Mariabella Bollam. For services to the communities in Upwey and Weymouth, Dorset. For services to Music in Northern Ireland. Mrs Susan Pippa Bonner.
For voluntary service to the North Wales Wildlife Trust. For services to Children in Caerphilly, South Wales. For services to the community in Camborne-Redruth and Cornwall. President, Care of Police Survivors. For voluntary service to Mental Healthcare.
For services to Disabled Swimming and Charitable Fundraising. Mrs Cherry Buchanan Briggs. College manager, Reid Kerr College, Paisley.
Mrs Helen Anne Brown. For services to Vulnerable People. For services to the Defence Industry. Miss Catherine Mary Elizabeth Burke. Project manager, Cabrini Children's Society. Mrs Beverley Eleanor Ann Burns. Barrow in Furness, Cumbria. Philip Frederick Jocelyn Burton. For services to the community in Leigh, Dorset. Miss Mary Irene Butler. For services to the community in Launceston, Cornwall. Formerly chief executive, Ipswich Women's Aid. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse.
For services to Science Engagement in Scotland. Founder and chief executive Officer, Bright Ideas Trust. For services to Enterprise Culture. Mrs Joan Amelia Capp. For services to the communities in Lutton and Cornwood, Devon.
Mrs Audrey Clare Carmichael. Volunteer, Thaxted Centre for the Disabled, Essex. For services to People with Disabilities and their Families.
For services to Anglo-German relations and to Higher Education. Dr Linda Margaret Caughley. For voluntary service to the Northern Ireland Cancer Registry. Incidents and Emergencies Planning manager, Environment Agency. For voluntary service to the Women's Institute in Lincolnshire. For services to the community in Dorset. Wing Cdr David John Chivers. Executive Officer, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the community in Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire.
Chair of Governors, Cockermouth School, Cumbria. Derek George Charles Connelly. Sister Catherine Brigid Corrigan. For services to International Health. Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Departmental secretary, Department of Psychology, Lancaster University.
For services to the community in Salford, Greater Manchester. For services to Veterinary Science. For voluntary service to Mental Healthcare in Cheshire. Mrs Sharon Mary Cumming. Dr William Francis Cunningham. For services to Scientific Research and Training. Dr Glenis Carole Basiro Davey. For services to Higher and Health Education.
Chair of Governors, Egglescliffe School, Cleveland. Stockton on Tees, Durham. Volunteer and campaigner for diabetic pump use, Hampshire.
For services to People Suffering from Diabetes. Mrs Pamela Anne Dixon. For services to the community in Altrincham, Greater Manchester. Mrs Carol Anne Donnelly. For services to the Tourist Industry in Carlisle and the Borders. Totland Bay, Isle of Wight. Jeffrey Edward Anthony Dudgeon.
Dr Patricia Ann Ealey. Miss Jennifer Anne Edwards. For services to People with Disabilities in Surrey. For voluntary service to the Royal Naval Association in Uttoxeter.
Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire. Ms Ruth Elizabeth Evans. For services to Exports. For services to Conservation and to Wildlife in Monmouthshire. For services to the community in Dunstable, Bedfordshire. For services to Aviation Safety. For services to Higher and Further Education. Mrs Magdalen Margaret Christian Fergusson. Secretary of the Royal Society of Literature. For services to the community in Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria. For services to terminally ill patients.
For services to Architectural Stained Glass. Mrs Janet Margaret Flint. For services to the community in Appleton Roebuck. For services to the community in Cardiff and Crime Prevention in Wales.
Mrs Brenda Mary Forty. For services to Elderly People in Chesham, Buckinghamshire. Mrs Betty Clara Jessie Foxwell. For services to People with Kidney Disease. David George Brian Francis. Partnership manager for Tesco. For services to Disadvantaged People in Greater Manchester.
Artistic director, Merseyside Dance Initiative. Mrs Jacqueline Ann Gant. Miss Christine Ann Gaskell. For services to Training and Apprenticeships. For services to the Police and the community. Dr Peter John Gordon. For services to Emergency Care. Dr Charles Herbert Gerard Gould. Chair of Governors, St. Francis Special School, Lincoln. Base manager, Babcock Marine. Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute. For services to the voluntary sector in Northumberland. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear.
Mrs Mary Elizabeth Gray. Formerly director, Kerith Counselling Service Ltd. For services to Counselling in the West of Scotland. For charitable services, particularly to Boxing in Cambridgeshire. For services to the community in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. For services to Economic Development in Wales. Mrs Coral Marianne Greenwood. Girlguide Leader and Community Worker, Buckinghamshire.
Dr Avice Margaret Hall. Principal Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire. For services to Higher Education and to the community in St. Mrs Daphne Vernede Hamblin. Ms Anna Lise Hansen. For services to the Restaurant Industry. National Park Voluntary Ranger. For services to Conservation. Divisional managing director, Cowlin Construction. For services to Education and Training in the Construction Industry. Michael Leonard Arthur Harrison. Formerly chief Superintendent, Staffordshire Police. Chief executive of Northern Film and Media.
For services to the Creative Industries. Mrs Moira Laird Mctaggart Heeps. For services to the community in Brightons, Stirlingshire.
Falkirk, Stirling and Falkirk. Mrs Marion Olwin Hemmerdinger. For voluntary service to Mental Healthcare in Staffordshire. Mrs Deborah Jane Hepplewhite. Dr Caroline Mary Heaven Herbert. For services to Financial Inclusion in Oxfordshire and to the local community. Chairman, Petty Pool Trust, Cheshire. Chair, Scottish Borders Equality Forum.
For services to Community Relations. Melrose, Roxburgh Ettrick and Lauderdale. For services to Prosthetics and to the community. For services to the community in Fairford, Gloucestershire. For services to Visually Impaired People and to Broadcasting. Mrs Doreen Mary Hobbs. For services to the community in Watlington, Oxfordshire. Mrs Beryl Lynn Hodgson. Dr Kathleen Rose Hodgson.
For services to community policing. Phillip Harry Holmes, JP. For services to the community in the West Midlands. Simon David Henry Holt. Conductor, Four Counties Youth Orchestra.
For services to Music in South East Wales. For services to the Fire and Rescue Service and the local community.
Miss Emma Mary Constance Hope. For services to Entrepreneurship. For services to St. Paul's Cathedral in London. For services to Business in Newark, Nottinghamshire. For services to Dental Care and Education. Activity Mentor, Wirral Positive Futures.
For services to Vulnerable Young People and the local community. Mrs Jennifer Lesley Hursell. For services to the community in Southwold, Suffolk.
Musical director, Pontnewydd Male Voice Choir. For services to Music and to the Community in Torfaen. For services to Community Cohesion in Staffordshire. Past president, Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal. For services to the Legal Profession. Dr Gabriel Obukohwo Ivbijaro. General Practitioner and Clinical director, Walthamstow, London.
Senior Mechanic, Antarctic Logistics and Expeditions. For services to Scientific Research in the Antarctic. Mrs Joanne Elizabeth Johnson. For services to Bereavement Counselling and Training in Lancashire. For voluntary service to Older People. Community Liaison manager, ScottishPower. For services to Young People in Wales.
Mrs Cecilia Mary Jordan. For services to Disability Sport. Newport, Isle of Wight. Health Visitor, Bridgeton Health Centre. Vice president, Alzheimer's Society. Special Inspector, Lancashire Constabulary. Volunteer Coastguard Rescue Officer. Mrs Anne Patricia Kemp. For voluntary service to Children with Hearing Disabilities. For services to the community in Ingleton, Lancashire. Mrs Helen Marion Kennedy. Mrs Eileen May Kenny. Head of Quality, South West College. For services to Further Education in Northern Ireland.
For services to Industrial Relations in Northern Ireland. George Gordon Archibald Knowles. For services to Construction Exports. Mrs Geraldine Susan Lane.
Author, Parent's Guide to Plymouth. For services to Families. Miss Hilary Frances Jane Lane. For services to the Arts in East Sussex. Miss Irene Grace Langton. For voluntary service to Animal Welfare and to the local community. Adviser, Debt Management Office. For services to the Insulation Industry. For services to the UK Hospitality Sector. Mrs Helen Theresa Ledger. Mrs Elizabeth Anne Leigh. For services to the community in St. Chief executive, Lincolnshire Co-operative Limited.
For services to Business in Lincolnshire. Managing director, Solar Solve Marine. South Shields, Tyne and Wear. For services to the community in Glenridding and Patterdale, Cumbria. Houghton le Spring, Tyne and Wear. Mrs Renee Alice Logan. For services to Road Safety in Northern Ireland.
For services to the community in the London Borough of Merton. For charitable services in Oban and Lorn, Argyll.
Oban, Argyll and Bute. Mrs Therese Mahindrakar, JP. For services to the community in Bolton, Greater Manchester. Mrs Anne Marie Marley. Formerly Superintendent, Bedfordshire Police. Leader, Essex County Council. Auckland , New Zealand. Founder of Diversity in Barrier-Breaking Communications.
For voluntary service to the community in Cardiff. For services to the community in Lichfield, Staffordshire. Past president, British Association of Dental Nurses. For services to Dental Nursing. For services to People with Disabilities in Northern Ireland.
For services to Social Housing in Burnley, Lancashire. For services to Tackling Gang-Related Violence. Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire. Managing director of Pakflatt Ltd. For services to Economic Development in Northern Ireland. Chief executive Officer, Lifeline Community Projects. For services to the community in Barking and Dagenham. For services to the community in Craigavon, Northern Ireland. For services to the community in Oldham, Greater Manchester.
Mrs Christine Angela Mills. Founder, Hope for Tomorrow Charity. For charitable services to Healthcare in Gloucestershire. Project Worker, Children 1st. For services to Children and Young People in Scotland. Kelso, Roxburgh Ettrick and Lauderdale. For services to the Conservation of Ecclesiastical Buildings and to the community in Dorking, Surrey.
Mrs Frieda Patricia Minns. For services to the community in Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire. For voluntary service to People with Disabilities. Mrs Jean Margaret Moore. For services to the voluntary sector in Cheshire. Mrs Monica Anne Moreton.
Mrs Alice Ellen Morgan. For services to the Girlguides in Pembrokeshire. For services to the community in Salford. Ashton Under Lyne, Greater Manchester. Fundraiser, Cancer Research UK. For voluntary service to the Squadron Association. For services to the community in Birmingham. Ambrose High School, North Lanarkshire. For services to Education and Music. Mrs Jane Findlay Murray. For services to Arts and Culture and to the community in Dumfriesshire.
For services to Social Enterprise Aid and to the community in Norfolk. Dr Adam Naylor, DL. Formerly Chair, Lakeland Arts Trust. For services to the Arts in Cumbria. Ms Anesta Eileen Newson. For voluntary service to the Sainsbury's Veterans' Association. Derek Edward Thomas Nicholson. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
Brodick, Ayrshire and Arran. Manager, Age Concern Derry. For services to Older People in Northern Ireland. For services to Amateur Boxing. For services to Food in Schools. Mrs Barbara Joyce Owen. Dr Richard Nicholas York Owen. Director, Aspire Trust Ltd. For services to Arts Based Business. Caretaker, Llanfawr Primary School. For services to the community in Holyhead, Anglesey.
Mrs Susan Diane Pamphlett. Alexander Glynn Francis Parry. For services to Law Enforcement. Mrs Doreen Cynthia Parsonage. For services to the community in Wormley, Hertfordshire. Anwer Ibrahim Issa Ismail Patel. Managing director, Cohens Chemist Group.