1995 Birthday Honours

The Queen's Birthday Honours 1995 were appointments by some of the 16 Commonwealth realms to various orders and honours to recognise and reward good works by citizens of those countries. The Birthday Honours are awarded as part of the Queen's Official Birthday celebrations during the month of June.

The Queen's Birthday Honours were announced on 16 June 1995 in the United Kingdom,[1] on 5 June 1995 in New Zealand,[2][3][4][5] Barbados,[6] Grenada,[7] Papua New Guinea,[8] Solomon Islands,[9] Saint Lucia,[10] Belize,[11] Antigua and Barbuda,[12] and Saint Christopher and Nevis,[13]

The recipients of honours are displayed as they were styled before their new honour and arranged by the country (in order of precedence) whose ministers advised The Queen on the appointments, then by honour with grades i.e. Knight/Dame Grand Cross, Knight/Dame Commander etc. and then divisions i.e. Civil, Diplomatic and Military as appropriate.

United Kingdom

Life Peers

Barons

Privy Counsellor

  • Robert James Atkins, MP, Member of Parliament for South Ribble and Minister of State for the Environment and the Countryside, Department of the Environment.
  • David John Maclean, MP, Member of Parliament for Penrith and the Border and Minister of State, Home Office.
  • Thomas Galloway, Baron Strathclyde, Government Chief Whip in the House of Lords and Captain of the Honourable Corps of the Gentlemen-at-Arms.

Knight Bachelor

Diplomatic and Overseas List
  • Mr. Justice Harold Grant Platt, Judge of Appeal, Supreme Court of Uganda.
  • Professor David Todd, C.B.E., J.P., President of the Council of the Academy, Hong Kong.

The Most Honourable Order of the Bath

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (GCB)

Civil Division

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB)

Military Division
Royal Navy
Army
  • Lieutenant General Michael John Dawson Walker, C.B.E. (481887), late The Royal Anglian Regiment
Royal Air Force
  • Air Marshal John Shakespeare Allison, C.B.E., Royal Air Force.
Civil Division
  • David Fell, C.B., Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service.
  • James Moray Stewart, C.B., Second Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Defence

Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)

Military Division
Royal Navy
Army
  • Major General Scott Carnegie Grant (479236), late Corps of Royal Engineers.
  • Major General Frederick Brian Mayes (464204), late Royal Army Medical Corps.
  • Major General Raymond Austin Pett, M.B.E. (469078), late The King's Own Royal Border Regiment.
  • Major General Peter John Sheppard, C.B.E. (471351), late Corps of Royal Engineers
Air Force
Civil Division
  • John Sale Beastall, Grade 3, Her Majesty's Treasury.
  • James David Prydeaux Bickford, lately Legal Adviser to the Security Service.
  • Christopher David Butler, Director, Department for National Savings.
  • Clive William Corlett, Deputy Chairman, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • Julian Smyth Crozier, Chief Executive, Training and Employment Agency, Department of Economic Development, Northern Ireland.
  • Antony John Goldman, Grade 3, Department of Transport.
  • Martin Howe, Director, Competition Policy, Office of Fair Trading, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Roger Tustin Jackling, C.B.E., Grade 2, Ministry of Defence
  • Ian Alistair Johnston, Director General, TEED, Department of Employment.
  • John Duncan Lowe, Crown Agent, Crown Office, Scotland.
  • Miss Dinah Alison Nichols, Grade 2, Department of the Environment.
  • Anthony David Osborne, lately Grade 3, Treasury Solicitor's Department.
  • His Honour Judge James William Rant, Q.C., The Judge Advocate General, Lord Chancellor's Department.
  • Guy Stapleton, Chief Executive, Intervention Board Executive Agency, Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food.
  • Roger Hill Warren, lately Managing Director (Programmes), Defence Research Agency, Ministry of Defence.
  • Miss Rosemary Jane Wool, Director of Health Care, Prison Service, Home Office.
  • David Charles Lynn Wroe, Deputy Director, Central Statistical Office

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (GCMG)

Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG)

  • Gerald Chierici Warner, C.M.G., Deputy Secretary, Cabinet Office
  • Roger John Carrick, C.M.G., L.V.O., High Commissioner, Canberra.
  • David Murray Elliott, C.B. Director General (Internal Market), General Secretariat of the Council of European Union.
  • Andrew Marley Wood, C.M.G., H.M. Ambassador-designate, Moscow

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)

  • Professor John Brand Free, For services to Beekeeping worldwide
  • Michael George Bawden, Head of British Development Division in the Caribbean.
  • Andrew Carter, lately Deputy Governor, Gibraltar.
  • Anthony David Harris, L.V.O., H.M. Ambassador, Abu Dhabi.
  • Thomas George Harris, H.M. Ambassador, Seoul.
  • Gavin Wallace Hewitt, H.M. Ambassador, Zagreb
  • David John Johnson, C.V.O., High Commissioner, Georgetown.
  • Peter Alfred Penfold, O.B.E., Governor of the British Virgin Islands.
  • Ivor Anthony Roberts, Chargé d'Affaires, Belgrade.
  • Michael Godfrey Thickett, Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Michael Charles Wood, lately Counsellor (Legal Adviser) U.K. Mission to the United Nations, New York

Royal Victorian Order

Dames Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (DCVO)

Knights Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO)

Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO)

Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)

  • Miss Jane Valerie Joan Astell, M.V.O., Royal Liaison Assistant, British Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Geoffrey Bignell. For personal services to The Prince of Wales.
  • Judith Lynne, Mrs. Hill, Partner, Farrer and Company.
  • Patrick Desmond Christian Jenny Jephson, Private Secretary to The Princess of Wales.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Sean O'Dwyer, Private Secretary to The Prince Edward.
  • Donald Pennington, Senior Press Officer, Central Office of Information (South West).
  • Priscilla Jane Stephanie, The Honourable Mrs. Roberts, M.V.O., Curator of the Print Room, Windsor Castle.
  • Timothy Willatt Slack, Principal, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park.
  • Wing Commander Neil Thurston, Royal Air Force. Lately Commanding Officer, The Queen's Flight.

Members of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)

  • Inspector Kenneth Atmore, Royal and Diplomatic Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
  • Inspector Brian John Baston, Royalty and Diplomatic Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
  • Captain Anthony John Bull, R.D*., Harbour Master, Port of London Authority.
  • Evelyn Florence, Mrs. Elliott . For personal services to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
  • Miss Patricia Jane Foye, lately Secretary to the Newspaper Society.
  • Squadron Leader Anthony Howard Guttridge, M.B.E., Royal Air Force. For services to The Queen's Flight.
  • Squadron Leader Robert Fifield King, Royal Air Force. For services to The Queen's Flight.
  • Anne Cynthia, Mrs. Lansiaux, lately Secretary to the Librarian, Royal Library, Windsor Castle.
  • Miss Theresa-Mary Morton, Assistant Curator (Exhibitions), Print Room, Windsor Castle.
  • Stuart Cyril Stagey, Senior Clerk, Master of the Household's Department, Buckingham Palace.
  • Sergeant Brian Thorne, Royalty and Diplomatic Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
  • Arleen Valerie, Mrs. Vince, Lady Clerk, Private Secretary's Office, Buckingham Palace.
  • Desmond Kenneth Waite, lately Consultant Architect to Sandringham Estate.
  • Miss Janet Ellen Weir, lately Secretary to Defence Services Secretary.
  • Gerald Stanley Wharton, Manager, Ceremonial and Protocol Services, Public Works and Government Services, Canada.
  • Irene Ann, Mrs. White., Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.
  • Sergeant Barry John Wilkinson, Royalty and Diplomatic Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
  • John Walton David Gray, C.M.G., H.M. Ambassador, Brussels.
  • Wilfred Patrick Thesiger, C.B.E., D.S.O. Explorer and author.

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Military Division
  • Captain Richard Geoffrey Hastilow, Royal Navy.
  • Commandant Nursing Officer Jane Titley, R.R.C., Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service.
  • Brigadier John William Martin Kincaid (469036), late Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Colonel Maurice Charles Hornby Manners-Smith (485784), late The Royal Green Jackets.
  • Brigadier Rodney Clive Walker (480420), late Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Group Captain James Andrew Collier, Royal Air Force.
  • Acting Air Commodore Michael Leonard Feenan, O.B.E., Royal Air Force.
  • Air Commodore Valentine Brinley Howells, Royal Air Force.
Civil Division
  • Donald Watson Adams, Grade 4, Crown Prosecution Service.
  • Professor Thomas Harry David Arie, Foundation Professor of Health Care of the Elderly, University of Nottingham. For services to Medicine.
  • George Harvey Bardwell, lately Personnel Director, Benefits Agency.
  • Alan Arthur Bates. Actor. For services to Drama.
  • George Bennett, Corporate Vice President, Motorola. For services to Manufacturing in Scotland.
  • Professor Gordon Purves Blair, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, The Queen's University of Belfast. For services to Engineering Education.
  • Professor Robert Saul Bluglass, Professor of Forensic Psychiatry, University of Birmingham. For services to Medicine.
  • Jonathan A. Bodlender, Chairman, Horwath UK Limited. For services to Tourism.
  • John Robert Bosnell, Grade 5, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Professor Frederick John Bourne, Director, Institute for Animal Health. For services to Science.
  • William Powell Bowman, O.B.E., Chairman, Covent Garden Market Authority. For services to the New Covent Garden Market.
  • Professor Alasdair Muir Breckenridge - For services to Medicine and to Health Care.
  • Helen Grace Mary, Lady Brook, President, Brook Advisory Centres. For services to Family Planning.
  • David McPherson Broome, O.B.E. For services to Show Jumping.
  • Michael John, Baron Brougham and Vaux. For political services.
  • Professor Michael John Bruton. For services to the University of Wales College, Cardiff.
  • David Martin Burridge, Director, European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts. For services to Weather Forecasting.
  • Raymond Montague Burton, Vice President, Jewish Museum. For charitable services to Museums.
  • Alan Calder, Research and Development Manager, Zeneca Specialities. For services to Science.
  • Edward Arthur John Carr, Chief Executive, CADW.
  • Robert Angus Clark, Director (Distribution), J. Sainsbury pic, and lately President, Freight Transport Association. For services to the Freight Transport Industry.
  • Andrew John Collier, Chief Education Officer, Lancashire. For services to Education.
  • John William Corrin, Her Majesty's First Deemster and Deputy Governor, Isle of Man. For services to the Community on the Isle of Man.
  • Timothy Robert Cutler, Director General, Forestry Commission.
  • Professor Kay Elizabeth Davies, Research Scientist, Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Oxford. For services to Science.
  • Professor Rodney Deane Davies, lately Professor of Physics, University of Manchester and Director, Nuffleld Radio Astronomy Laboratories, Jodrell Bank. For services to Radio Astronomy.
  • Nicholas John Durlacher, Chairman, London International financial Futures Exchange. For services to the Finance Industry.
  • Miss Carol Jacqueline Ellis (Mrs. Gilmore), Q.C., Editor, the Law Reports. For services to the Legal Profession.
  • James Evans, Council Member, Newspaper Society and Director, Press Standards Board of Finance Ltd. For services to the Newspaper Industry.
  • Colin Foxall, Managing Director, NCM Credit Insurance Ltd. For services to Export Credits.
  • Professor Raoul Norman Franklin, Vice Chancellor, City University, London. For services to Higher Education.
  • Miss Elizabeth Fritsch, Potter. For services to Art.
  • Rex William Gaisford, Director, Development, Amerada Hess Ltd. For services to the Oil Industry.
  • Frederick Gareth Robert Gimblett, O.B.E., Chair, Care Sector Consortium, Occupational Standards Council for Health and Social Care. For services to Health and Social Care.
  • Gerald Henry Gordon, Q.C., Sheriff of Glasgow and Strathkelvin.
  • Peter William Greenwood, Group Managing Director, Molins pic. For services to Manufacturing Industry.
  • Angela Rae, Mrs. Guillaume. For political service.
  • Major Michael Ernie Sykes Hankinson. For political service.
  • Professor Peter Stanley Harper, Professor and Head, Department of Medical Genetics, University of Wales College of Medicine and Director, Institute of Medical Genetics for Wales. For services to Medicine.
  • Peter Arthur Hillard Hartley, lately Chairman, Leeds Urban Development Corporation. For services to Urban Regeneration.
  • Anthony Joseph Hazeldine, lately Grade 5 Department of the Environment.
  • Miss Patricia Anne Hodgson (Mrs Donaldson), Director of Policy and Planning, British Broadcasting Corporation. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Cedric Frank Insley. For political service.
  • Peter Jack Jarvis, Chief Executive, Whitbread. For services to the Brewing and Catering Industries.
  • Christopher Francis Jebens, O.B.E., lately Chief Executive. Lautro. For services to the Finance Industry.
  • Jack Jeffery, Chairman and Managing Director, North Surrey Water Ltd. For services to the Water Industry.
  • Jeremy James Jerram, Member, British Railways Board. For services to the Railway Industry.
  • Christopher David Glyn-Jones, Grade 5, Ministry of Defence.
  • Elisabeth Audrey, Mrs. Jones, O.B.E. For political and public service.
  • Harry Jones, Chairman, Labour Group, Association of District Councils and Leader, Council of Wales Districts. For services to Local Government in Wales.
  • Sara, Mrs. Jones. For services to Ex-Service Men and Women.
  • David Lewis. For charitable services.
  • Robert Charles William Luff, Founder and Director, Robert Luff Charitable Foundation. For charitable services to Medical Research.
  • Peter James Scott Lumsden, Chairman, Special Trustees, St Thomas' Hospital, London. For services to Health Care.
  • Michael Heathcote Mallinson, Chairman, Department of the Environment's Property Holdings Agency Board. For services to the Property Industry.
  • Terence Francis Mathews, lately Grade 4, Building Societies Commission.
  • James McAdam, Chairman, British Apparel and Textile Confederation. For services to the Textile and Clothing Industries.
  • Thomas Joseph McCool, Chief Executive, Scottish Vocational Education Council. For services to Education.
  • John Blyth McDowall, Executive Director, British Steel. For services to the Steel Industry in Wales.
  • Rosemary, Mrs. McKenna, President, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities. For services to Local Government in Scotland.
  • Hector John Finlayson McLean, Appointments Secretary to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. For services to the Church of England.
  • Leif Anthony Mills, General Secretary, Banking, Insurance and Finance Union. For services to Industrial Relations and to Training.
  • Kenneth Joseph Minton, Chief Executive and Group Managing Director, Laporte pic. For services to the Chemicals Industry.
  • Robert Michael Nicholls, Director, NHS Executive. For services to Health Care.
  • Patrick O'Brian, Author. For services to Literature.
  • David Joseph O'Dowd, Q.P.M., Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary, Eastern Region. For services to the Police.
  • Edward O'Neill. For political service.
  • Miss Onora Sylvia O'Neill, Principal, Newnham College, University of Cambridge. For services to Political Philosophy.
  • Professor Derek Ogston, Professor of Medicine and Vice Principal, University of Aberdeen. For services to Medicine and to Education.
  • Alan William Parker, Film Director. For services to the Film Industry.
  • Peter Anthony Lawrence Parker, Grade 5, Department of Employment.
  • Brian Harold Pearce, Chairman, Pearce Signs Group. For services to Industry.
  • Martin Roger Perry. For political service.
  • Brian William Petley, Grade 5, National Physical Laboratory, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Patrick Robert Prenter, Chairman and Managing Director, MacTaggart Scott and Company Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Iain Alasdair Robertson, Chief Executive, Highlands and Islands Enterprise. For services to the Highlands and Islands.
  • Alan Walter Rudge, O.B.E., Deputy Group Managing Director, British Telecommunications pic. For services to the Telecommunications Industry.
  • John Henry Russell, Chairman, Japan Trade Advisers. For services to Export.
  • Jonathan Scott, Chairman, Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Trustee, Imperial War Museum. For services to Art and to Museums.
  • John Francis Sharpe, Grade 5, Department of Health.
  • David John Shattock, Q.P.M., Chief Constable, Avon and Somerset Constabulary. For services to the Police.
  • Martin Stephen Shelton, lately Corporation Secretary, British Coal Corporation. For services to the Coal Industry.
  • Bernard David Short, Grade 4, Department for Education.
  • Richard John Simmons. For political and public service.
  • Peter William Smallridge, Director of Social Services, Kent County Council. For services to Social Work.
  • Alan Smith, M.B.E., Chairman, National Advisory Council on Employment of People with Disabilities. For services to the Employment of Disabled People.
  • George Kenneth Smith. For services to Rugby Union Football.
  • Ronald Dennis Neale Somerville, Chairman of Governors, the City Technology College, Kingshurst, Solihull. For services to Education.
  • Robert Edward Spencer, Grade 5, Ministry of Defence.
  • John Maurice Stoddart, Principal and Vice Chancellor, Sheffield Hallam University. For services to Higher Education.
  • Charles Murray Stuart, lately Deputy Chairman, the Audit Commission. For services to the Audit Commission.
  • John Towers, Chief Executive, Rover Group Ltd. For services to the Motor Manufacturing Industry.
  • Reginald Charles Tyrrell, lately Chairman, National Trust for Scotland. For services to Conservation.
  • Peter Upton, Director of Operations, Valuation Office Agency, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • Charles John Prendergast Vereker, D.L., Leader, Conservative Group, Warwickshire County Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Ernest John Munro Walker, O.B.E., lately Chairman, Health Education Board for Scotland. For services to Health Education in Scotland.
  • Daniel Blair Wallace, M.B.E. For services to the Police.
  • John MacQueen Ward. For services to Industry and to Public Life in Scotland.
  • Miss Judith Weir, Composer. For services to Music.
  • Peter Wetzel, Chairman, Barnsley and Doncaster Training and Enterprise Council. For services to Training.
  • Professor Alan Williams, Livesey Professor and Head, Department of Fuel and Energy, University of Leeds. For services to the Scientific Development of Fuel Chemistry.
  • Anne, Mrs. Williams, Chairman, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food's North Mercia Regional Panel. For services to Agriculture and to the community in Staffordshire.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Military Division
  • Commander James Kenneth Dobson, Royal Navy.
  • Commander Marcus Peter Fitzgerald, Royal Navy.
  • Local Lieutenant Colonel Paul Douglas Thomas Irvine, Royal Marines.
  • Commander John Kirkpatrick, Royal Navy.
  • Commander Blair Crinean Murray, Royal Navy.
  • Local Lieutenant Colonel Christopher John Nunn, Royal Marines.
  • Commander Nigel William Sweny, Royal Navy.
  • Commander John Geoffrey Hugh Tighe, Royal Navy.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Michael Edward Bradley (477735), The Green Howards.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Martin Geoffrey Coulson, T.D. (485652), Royal Monmouthshire Engineers, Territorial Army.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Peter John Tyler Maggs (493747), The Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Timothy Francis Leonard Weeks (493568), The Light Infantry.
  • Lieutenant Colonel (now Acting Colonel) Aldwin James Glendinning Wight, M.B.E., M.C. (501023), Welsh Guards.
  • Lieutenant Colonel John David Woolmore, B.E.M. (514358), Intelligence Corps.
  • Wing Commander Timothy Paul Brewer (5201367), Royal Air Force.
  • Wing Commander Jeffrey Donald Bullen (4233114), Royal Air Force.
  • Wing Commander Peter Anthony Coker (8026750), Royal Air Force.
  • Wing Commander Bernard Cecil Cole (0594665), Royal Air Force.
  • Wing Commander Alexander Dickson, M.B.E., A.E. (3143089), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
  • Wing Commander John Kevin Harte (1941975), Royal Air Force.
  • Wing Commander Thomas Paul McDonald (0208581), Royal Air Force.
  • Wing Commander Bruce Martin Wynn (5201237), Royal Air Force.
Civil Division
  • David Harry Adams, Chief Executive, Railways Pension Trustee Company Ltd. for services to the Railway Industry.
  • Ian Allan. For services to Railway Preservation, publishing and to Bridewell Royal Hospital-King Edward's School, Witley.
  • John Alexander Allen. For services to the Housing Association Movement.
  • Joan, Mrs. Allison. For services to Athletics.
  • William John Arnold, Principal Professional and Technology Officer, Ministry of Defence.
  • Wilfred Lionel Gwyn Ashton, lately divisional veterinary Officer, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
  • Margaret Anne, Mrs. Ashwell, Member, Food Advisory Committee. For services to Food Policy.
  • John Brian Ashworth, Vice Chairman, Seagram Distillers pic and Chairman, Renfrewshire Enterprise. For services to the Scotch Whisky Industry and to Business.
  • Rodney Aspinwall, Chairman, Aspinwall and Company Ltd. For services to Environmental Management.
  • Mary Eleanor, Mrs. Asprey. For services to the National Missing Persons' Helpline.
  • Pamela, Mrs. Bader, Member, Thames Valley Enterprise Training and Enterprise Council. For services to Training.
  • Melvyn Barker, Grade 7, Department for Education.
  • Rosemary Vera, Mrs. Barkes. For political and public service.
  • Andrew Smith Barr, Assistant Collector, Her Majesty's Board of Customs and Excise.
  • Susan, Mrs. Battle, Deputy Chief Executive, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry. For services to the Chamber of Commerce Movement.
  • John Stuart Bevan, Secretary, Association for Colleges. For services to Education.
  • Alexander Wilson Blane, Principal Professional and Technology Officer, Ministry of Defence.
  • John Stuart Bloor, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles. For services to the Motorcycle Industry.
  • Elizabeth Ann, Mrs. Boatman. For services to Women's Golf.
  • Hazel Elizabeth, Mrs. Bradford. For political and public service.
  • James Braid, Member, Fife Regional Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Miss Elspeth Livingston Brewis. For services to Health Care for Children.
  • Robert Arthur Brice, D.L. For services to the community in Essex.
  • Douglas William Imrie-Brown. For charitable services, particularly to Rotary International.
  • Professor George William Brown, Professor, Department of Social Policy and Social Staff, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, London. For services to Medical Research.
  • Richard Henry Bryant, T.D. For services to the community in East Sussex.
  • Michael Haldon Burden, Technical Director, TI Reynolds Rings Ltd. For services to Scientific Engineering.
  • Alan Burgess, Grade 7, Highways Agency, Department of Transport.
  • Elizabeth Kerr, Mrs. Burns, Director, Volunteer Development Scotland. For services to volunteering.
  • Jennifer Margaret, Mrs. Butcher, Assistant Collector, Her Majesty's Board of Customs and Excise.
  • Miss Mary Rose Winifred Caden, Convener, General Teaching Council for Scotland. For services to Education.
  • David Howard Cairns, lately Secretary General, International Accounting Standards Committee. For services to the Accountancy Profession.
  • James Campbell Cairns, D.F.C., Secretary, Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association, Solihull. For services to Ex Servicemen and Women.
  • Samuel John Chambers. For services to Relate.
  • Robert John Haylock Chambers, Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. For services to Developing Countries.
  • Frederick John Chapman, lately Chairman, Planning Committee, Birmingham City Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Robert William Chappell. For services to Optometry.
  • Professor Juliet Cheetham, Director, Social Work Research Centre, University of Stirling. For services to Social Work.
  • David Richard Cleaton. For services to Careers Education.
  • Robert Maxwell Clerk, lately Chairman of Council, Association of Scottish District Salmon Fishery Boards. For services to the Fisheries Industry.
  • John Walford Common. For services to the Shipping Industry, and for charitable services in Northumberland.
  • Lindsay Conway. For services to Social Work.
  • John Corns. For political and public service.
  • Oliver Grant Crichton. For services to the Hotel and Catering Benevolent Association.
  • Professor David Crystal. For services to the English Language and to Linguistics.
  • Michael J. Davey, Regional Secretary, Transport and General Workers Union. For services to Industrial Relations.
  • Allen Robert Leonard Davies, lately Secretary, Civil Litigation Committee, the Law Society. For services to the Legal Profession.
  • David Kenneth Lewis Davies, Chairman, Cancer Research in Wales. For charitable services to the community in Wales.
  • Arthur Charles Henry Denny. For services to the De Montfort University, Leicester.
  • David Henry Duff, Grade 6, Department of Employment.
  • Miss Carol Ann Duffy, Poet. For services to Poetry.
  • Michael Nicholas Duffy, Head Teacher, King Edward VI School, Morpeth, Northumberland. For services to Education.
  • Dennis Dunn, Port Manager, Associated British Ports, Grimsby and Immingham. For services to the Port Industry.
  • Stephen George Dunster, Treasurer, West Glamorgan County Council. For services to Local Government in Wales.
  • Barbara Carol, Mrs. Eastland. For political and public service.
  • Miss Joan Edmondson, lately Grade 7, Employment Service, Department of Employment.
  • Robert Anthony Cowan Edridge, Marketing Director, Combat Systems Division, BAeSEMA Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Clarice Estelle Norton, Mrs. Edwards. For political and public service.
  • John Norman Ellis, lately Secretary, Council of Civil Service Unions. For services to Industrial Relations.
  • Ralph Emery, Vice-President, Canning House. For services to Anglo/Latin American Relations.
  • David Acfield Emms. For services to Education.
  • Richard Kendall Corris Evans, Grade 7, Her Majesty's Treasury.
  • T. Alun Valentine Evans. For services to the community including Welsh Language and Culture in Powys.
  • Angus Dune Miller Farquharson, D.L. For services to Forestry and to the community in Aberdeenshire.
  • Sister Pauline Fenton. For services to the community, particularly St Michael and Martin's Primary School, in Hounslow, Middlesex.
  • Miss Jill Ferguson, Principal, Woking College, Surrey. For services to Education.
  • John Ferguson, Secretary and Registrar, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. For services to Pharmacy.
  • Douglas Martin Edward Ferreira, General Manager, Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway. For services to Tourism.
  • Mary Elizabeth, Mrs. Ferris. For services to Education.
  • Donald Gordon Fleet, Regional Director, Opportunities for People with Disabilities. For services to Disabled People.
  • Mavis Alice, Mrs. Foden, Chairman, Walsall Hospitals NHS Trust, West Midlands. For services to Health Care.
  • Anne Margaret Madaline, Mrs. Footner, Chief Nurse Adviser, Frenchay Healthcare NHS Trust, Bristol. For services to Health Care.
  • Harold Bentley Formstone, Grade 7, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Robert Jack Forrest, Farmer. For services to Agriculture in Berwickshire.
  • Colin Edward Francis, Grade 7, Welsh Office.
  • James Albert Fuke. For political service.
  • Hance Fullerton, Chief Executive, Grampian Enterprise Ltd. For services to Business in Grampian.
  • Neil Richard Galbraith, Director of Education and Leisure Services, Western Isles Islands Council and Chairman, Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum. For services to Education.
  • James D. Stiring Gallagher. For services to the Catering Industry.
  • Professor David Ganderton, Chairman, British Pharmacopoeia Commission. For services to the Control of Medicines.
  • Professor David Gardner, Deputy Managing Director and Director of European Projects, Military Aircraft Division, British Aerospace Defence Company. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Francis Gilhooly, Parliamentary Complaints and Correspondence Manager, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • Brian John Gillespie, T.D., D.L. For services to the community in Tyne and Wear.
  • Brian Geoffrey Gleed, Principal Engineer, Project Manager for Safety Assessment of Naval Base Developments, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Michael John Gooch, Grade 7, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • John Barrie Gordon, Chairman, North East River Purification Board. For services to the community in Banff and Buchan, Aberdeenshire.
  • John Gott, Chief Commandant, Lancashire Special Constabulary. For services to the Police.
  • Lance Grainger, Grade 6, Department of Transport.
  • Dorothy Mary, Mrs. Greenland, M.B.E. For political and public services.
  • Richard Moran Greensmith, General Manager, Special Network Services, British Telecommunications pic. For services to the Telecommunications Industry.
  • Judith, Mrs. Greenwood, Consultant Community Psychiatrist, Edinburgh Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to Medicine.
  • Alfred Arthur Grimwade. For services to the Cedarmore Housing Association, Kent.
  • Miss Maggi Hambling, Artist. For services to Art.
  • Miss Susan Hampshire (Lady Kulukundis), President, Dyslexia Institute. For services to Dyslexic People.
  • Penelope Jane, Mrs. Meredith-Hardy, Member, Hertfordshire Probation Committee. For services to the Probation Service.
  • Professor David William Harkness. For services to Museums.
  • Norman Alexander Harkness, Grade 6, the Trade Mark Registry, the Patent Office, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Anthony John Hart, D.S.C. For services to Magistracy in the City of London.
  • Nasimulhaq Shahzad Hasnie, Co-ordinator for Equal Opportunities Multi-Cultural Education, Huddersfield Technical College. For services to Education and to Community Relations.
  • John Harold Haynes, Chairman, Haynes Publishing Group pic. For services to Publishing.
  • Joyce Helena, Mrs. Hayward, President, the Attingham Trust. For services to the study of the British Country House.
  • Brian Tate Head, Principal Inspector, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Pollution, Department of the Environment.
  • Colin Douglas Henderson, lately Grade 6, Scottish Office.
  • Louise Ann, Mrs. Henry (Mrs. Maderson), Grade 7, Department of Health.
  • Roderic Morley Hewitt. For services to Forestry.
  • Thomas Albert Hilliard. For charitable services in Surrey.
  • John Michael Hillier, Director of Administration, West Midlands Police. For services to the Police.
  • Anthony John Hirst, Director, the Boat Museum and lately Chairman, Association of Independent Museums. For services to Museums.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Reginald Holland, M.B.E., B.E.M. For services to Disabled Ex-Servicemen and Women.
  • Derek Peter Holley. For political and public service.
  • Miss Doreen Mary Horridge, lately Grade 6, Department of Health.
  • David Morgan Hughes, Chief Conservator (Wales), Forestry Commission.
  • Mohammed Hamid Husain, General Medical Practitioner, Rotherham, South Yorkshire. For services to Medicine.
  • Eileen Isobel Mary, Mrs. Hutton, lately President National Childbirth Trust. For services to Health Care in the Maternity Services.
  • Kazuo Ishiguro, Writer. For services to Literature.
  • Norma Jean, Mrs. Izard. For services to Women's Cricket.
  • Christopher Robert Jackson, Member, Wales Tourist Board. For services to Tourism in Wales.
  • Malcolm Stuart Jackson, lately Grade 6, Department of Social Security.
  • Ivan Jacobson, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Dundee Royal Infirmary. For services to Medicine.
  • Saeed Jaffrey, Actor. For services to Drama.
  • Roy Arthur Jeffreys, Honorary Treasurer, the Royal Society of Chemistry. For services to Science.
  • Kevin John Jenkins, Co-founder and Children and Youth Team Manager, Community Links. For services to Young People.
  • William Anthony Jerrett. For services to Medicine in Wales.
  • Michael John Jewitt, District Inspector, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • Gareth Jones. For services to the community, particularly Disabled People, in Wales.
  • Jackie, Mrs. Jenkin-Jones. For political and public service.
  • Janet Eveline, Mrs. Jones. For services to Education and to Women's Issues.
  • John Lloyd Jones, Chairman, National Farmers' Union Welsh Council. For services to Agriculture in Wales.
  • Margaret Catherine, Mrs. Jones, lately Headteacher, Ysgol Pendalar, Caeraarfon, Gwynedd. For services to Education.
  • Sydney Jones, Chief Executive, the Boys' Brigade. For services to Young People.
  • David Graham Keenleside. For services to the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology.
  • Michael John Kendrick, Director of Planning and Transportation, Northamptonshire County Council. For services to Road Safety.
  • Arthur Henry William Kennard, I.S.O., President, National Committee of Valuation Tribunals and President, Buckinghamshire Valuation Tribunal. For services to Valuation Tribunals.
  • Joanna Alicia Gore, Mrs. Kennedy, Associate Director, Ove Arup and Partners. For services to Women in Engineering.
  • John Patrick Kennedy. For legal services to the Band Aid Trust.
  • Denis Patrick Gerard Keogh, Deputy Director, Northern Ireland Works Organisation.
  • Abdul Qadeer Khan, Head, South Yorkshire Waste Regulation Unit. For services to Environmental Protection.
  • Mohammed Akram Khan, Grade 6, Office for Standards in Education.
  • Ronnie King, Q.F.S.M., Chief Fire Officer, Dyfed County Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire Service.
  • John Kingdom, Grade 6, Department of the Environment.
  • Rosemary Davina, Lady. Kingsdown, lately President, British Red Cross Society, Kent. For services to the British Red Cross Society.
  • John Neville Knox, Chairman, the Lawyers' Christian Fellowship. For services to the Legal Profession.
  • Frank Philip Krinks, General Secretary, Civil Service Sports Council.
  • John Colin Leonard Thornton Lee, Area Chairman, Sea Cadet Corps, North West England. For services to Young People.
  • Neville Hall Lee, President, Association of Residential Letting Agents. For services to the Letting Industry.
  • Margaret Clare, Mrs. Lillyman, Headteacher, Millais School, Horsham, West Sussex. For services to Education.
  • James Malcolm Littlewood, Consultant in Paediatrics, St. James's University Hospital, Leeds. For services to Medicine.
  • Alexander John Bruce-Lockhart. For political and public service.
  • Andrew Usherwood Lyburn, Member, Occupational Pensions Board, for services to Occupational Pensions.
  • Professor George Murray Mackay, Professor in Transport Safety, University of Birmingham. For services to Road and Vehicle Safety.
  • Miss Ruth Mackenzie, Executive Director, Nottingham Playhouse. For services to the Theatre.
  • Jurat Herbert Nicolle Machon. For services to the community in Guernsey.
  • Sheila Stirling, Mrs. Mackay. For political and public service.
  • Bruce David Mackie. For political and public service.
  • Audrey, Mrs. Males, Chief Administrative Nursing Officer, Mid-Glamorgan Health Authority. For services to Nursing.
  • John Henry Martin. For services to the Construction Industry.
  • Samuel Robert Martin. For services to Agriculture.
  • Anthony Phillip Mathers, Director, Armoured Fighting Vehicle Projects, GKN Defence. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Edward Matthews, lately Director, Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations' Council and Scottish Refugee Council. For services to Voluntary Organisations.
  • Edward Robert Maun, Principal Scientific Officer, Ministry of Defence.
  • John Hunter Maxwell. For services to the Newspaper Industry and to the community in Cumbria.
  • Ian Malcolm McAlpine. For political and public service.
  • John McFarlane, Executive Director, Standard Chartered pic. For services to the Finance Industry.
  • Professor John Peter McInerney, Glanely Professor of Agricultural Policy, University of Exeter. For services to Agricultural Economics.
  • James McInnes. For services to the community, particularly the Abbeyfield Society, in Kendal, Cumbria.
  • Miss Sheila Marshall McKechnie. For services to Homeless People.
  • Robert James McKinstry. For services to Architecture.
  • William Pollock McLaren, M.B.E. For services to Broadcasting and to Rugby Union Football.
  • Michael Frederick Messenger, County Librarian and Arts Officer, Hereford and Worcester County Council. For services to Libraries.
  • William John Millar, lately Grade 7, Northern Ireland Office.
  • Professor Spencer Leonard Millham, Director, Dartington Social Research Unit. For services to Young People.
  • George Mutch Mitchell, Seneschal, the Priory for Wales, Order of St John. For services to the Order of St John.
  • John Cheason Mitchell, Chairman, Working Group on Food and Agriculture for Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. For services to Export.
  • Brian Patrick Monaghan, District Inspector, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • John Clive Monks, Chairman, Dental Rates Study Group. For services to the Dental Profession.
  • Miss Joyce Moore, Headteacher, Oswaldtwistle Rhyddings County High School, Lancashire. For services to Education.
  • Patrick John Moran, Grade 7, Treasury Solicitor's Department.
  • Gillian Ann, Mrs. Morbey, Director, SENSE Scotland. For services to Deaf and Blind People.
  • John Anthony Paterson-Morgan, lately Chairman, Advisory Committee for General Commissioner, Acton and Kensington. For services to the General Commissioners for Income Tax.
  • Jonathan Moynihan, Group Chief Executive, PA Consulting. For services to Business.
  • Alexander MacLeod Murray, Director, Department of Medical Physics and Bio-Engineering, Raigmore NHS Trust, Inverness. For services to Science.
  • Neil Warren Murray. For services to the community in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear.
  • James Wilson McDowell Neil, Principal, Dumfries and Galloway College. For services to Education.
  • Janet Blanche, Mrs. Newman. For services to the National Missing Persons' Helpline.
  • Maureen Edith, Mrs. Nicol. For services to Women's Issues.
  • James Charles Barton Nock. For political and public service.
  • Alan Norbury, Grade 6, Home Office.
  • Geoffrey Norman, lately Deputy Secretary of Commissions (Training), Lord Chancellor's Department.
  • Miss Erica May Norton, Assistant Chief Constable, Leicestershire Constabulary. For services to the Police.
  • Jerome O'Hea, Chairman, Colt Group Ltd. For services to Business and to Training and Research.
  • Arthur Vernon Oscroft, lately Director of Housing, Nottingham City Council. For services to Housing.
  • Ivor Albert Sydney Owen, lately Parliamentary Correspondent, Financial Times. For services to Journalism.
  • Wing Commander Alan Geoffrey Page, Royal Air Force (Retd.), D.S.O., D.F.C., Founder, Battle of Britain Memorial Trust.
  • Miss Elaine Paige, Singer and actress. For services to the Musical Theatre.
  • Timothy Vernon Francis Pape, Director General, the Shaw Trust. For services to People with Disabilities.
  • Brian John Perry, lately Director, British Library Research and Development Department.
  • Miss Cheryl Alane Plumridge, Grade 7, Ministry of Defence.
  • Robert Comer Pounder, Vice President, Submarine Old Comrades Association, Merseyside. For services to Ex-Servicemen and Women.
  • John William Pratt. For services to Portland College, Nottinghamshire.
  • Eric John Radley. For political and public service.
  • Miss Jennifer Christine Ranson, Grade 7, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Major Ian William Reynolds, T.D., For political service.
  • Geoffrey Vincent Roberts. For services to Blind People in the Forest of Dean.
  • Phyllida Katharine, Mrs. Stewart-Roberts, D.L. For services to the community, particularly the St. John Ambulance, in East Sussex.
  • David Neil Robinson, Co-founder and Director, Community Links. For services to the community.
  • June Rosamond Maxwell, Mrs. Robinson. For political and public service.
  • Joan Elizabeth, Mrs. Ruddock. For services to Industry.
  • Duncan Rutter, T.D., lately Chief Executive, Hotel and Catering Training Company Ltd. For services to Tourism
  • Anthony John Sainsbury. For services to Sport for Disabled People.
  • Philip Salisbury, Managing Director, Peter Brotherhood Ltd. For services to Business in Cambridgeshire.
  • Arthur Saunders, International Manager, Association of British Insurers. For services to the Insurance Industry.
  • William Scott, Managing Director and Chief Executive, Ferguson Shipbuilders Ltd. For services to the Shipbuilding and Engineering Industries.
  • Michael John Sexton, Grade 7, Overseas Development Administration.
  • Graham John Seymour, Senior Principal Valuer, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • John Malcolm Shaw, lately Her Majesty's Senior Inspector of Mechanical Engineering in Mines, Health and Safety Executive, Department of Employment.
  • Elizabeth Ann, Mrs. Sherriff. For political service.
  • Miss Patricia Louise Shove, Principal Scientific Officer, Ministry of Defence.
  • Ruth, Mrs. Sims, Chief Executive, Mildmay Hospital, Hackney, London. For services to Health Care.
  • Jolyon Edward Sloggett, Secretary, Institute of Marine Engineers. For services to Marine Engineering.
  • Miss Isobel Smail, lately Member, Castle Morpeth Borough Council, Northumberland. For services to Local Government.
  • Miss Sheila Drew Smith. For services to the Ordnance Survey.
  • Douglas Dempsey Smyth. For services to Health Care.
  • Colin Snowden, The City Engineer, City of London. For services to the City of London.
  • Malcolm John Hamilton Paul Southgate, Deputy Managing Director, European Passenger Services Ltd. For services to the Railway Industry.
  • The Reverend David Staple, General Secretary, Free Church Federal Council. For services to Ecumenical Relations.
  • Professor Richard Steinitz, Founder and Artistic Director, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. For services to Music.
  • Robert Alexander Stewart, lately Headteacher, Bishopbriggs High School, Strathclyde. For services to Education.
  • John Barry Stiff, Q.F.S.M., lately Firemaster, Dumfries and Galloway Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire Service.
  • Alastair James Struthers, lately Chairman, Caledonian MacBrayne Ltd. For services to Shipping and to Transport in Western Scotland.
  • Harry Swain. For services to the Magistracy in Leeds.
  • Robert Charles Swan. For services to Polar Exploration.
  • Professor Martin Nicholas Sweeting, Managing Director and Chief Executive, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. For services to Space Satellite Technology.
  • Robert Nicol Traquair Thin, Consultant Physician, Genito-Urinary Medicine, St. Thomas' Hospital, London. For services to Medicine.
  • Hugh Miles Thomas, Senior Partner, Price Waterhouse, Wales. For services to Business in Wales.
  • Michael Stanley Thornton, lately Chairman, Groundwork Amber Valley, Derbyshire. For services to the Environment.
  • Stanley Todd, President and Chief Executive, Rolls Royce Industries Canada Inc. For services to the Aero Engine Industry.
  • Ronald Arthur Travers. For services to the Leonard Cheshire Foundation and to the Ryder-Cheshire Foundation.
  • Alan John Tuckett, Director, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education. For services to Adult Further Education.
  • Professor Walter Jack Tulley, Chairman, East Surrey Dial-a-Ride. For services to the Mobility of Disabled People.
  • Trevor John Tupper, Senior Financial Policy Adviser, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • Peter Turner, Grade 7, Department of Social Security Benefits Agency.
  • Harold Nelson Twells, Chairman, Export Clubs' Advisory Committee. For services to Export.
  • Betty Mrs. Underhill, Chairman, Disabled Men's Industries, Royal British Legion. For services to the Royal British Legion.
  • Arthur George Varney, Professional and Technology Superintending Grade, Ministry of Defence.
  • James Harcourt Vernon. For political and public service.
  • Catherine Mary, The Honourable Mrs. Villiers, Vice President, British Red Cross Society, London. For services to the British Red Cross Society.
  • Geoffrey Michael Montgomery Wakeford. For services to the Worshipful Company of Mercers.
  • Hugh Noel Walker, Grade 7, Department of Health and Social Security.
  • John Williamson Wallace, Trumpeter. For services to Music.
  • John Dunbar Walsh, Head, Particle Physics Division, Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council. For services to Science.
  • Victor Robin Ware, Credit Director, GE Capital Retailer Financial Services Ltd. For services to the Credit Industry.
  • David Pirie Webster, Chairman, Commonwealth Games Council for Scotland. For services to Sport.
  • Brian Whalley, Principal Lecturer, Civil Service College, Office of Public Service and Science.
  • John Roy Wilcock, District Inspector, Her Majesty's Board of Inland Revenue.
  • Harold James Arthur Wilson, lately Director of News and Regional Development, Anglia Television. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Leslie James Wilson, Managing Director, Bristol Airport pic. For services to the Aviation Industry.
  • Norman Wisdom, Actor and Comedian. For services to Entertainment and for charitable services
  • Anthony Paul Woodhouse, T.D., Grade 7, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
  • Frank Albert Antony Wootton. For services to the Royal Air Force.
  • Edward Addison Wrangham. For services to Flood Defence and the Environment in North East England.
  • David Alfred Wright. For services to the Magistracy in Huddersfield.
  • David Stephen Wright, Chief Medical Officer, British Petroleum Company. For services to Occupational Health.
  • Joan Kathleen, Mrs. Wykes, Chairman, Thames Regional Rivers Advisory Committee, National Rivers Authority. For services to the National Rivers Authority.
  • Robert William Jameson Young, Her Majesty's Staff Inspector of Schools, Scottish Office.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

William James Murray Black, Farms and Estates Director, Scottish Agricultural College, for services to agricultural education.

New Zealand

Order of New Zealand (ONZ)

Knight Bachelor

The Most Honourable Order of the Bath

Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)

Civil Division

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)

  • Lieutenant General Donald Stuart McIver OBE - NZ Army (Retired), of Lower Hutt. Director, New Zealand Security Intelligence Service.

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)

Civil Division

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)

Civil Division

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Civil Division
  • Mrs Dianne Jean Armstrong, of Wellington. For services to the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society.
  • Russell Coutts MBE - of Auckland. For services to yachting.
  • Mrs Morva Olwyn Croxson, of Palmerston North. For services to arts and the community.
  • Albert Barrie Downey, of Auckland. For services to business and the community.
  • Graeme James Marsh, of Dunedin. For services to export and the community.
  • Alexander Phillips QSM - of Taumarunui. For services to the Māori people.
  • Mark James Todd MBE - of Moreton-in-Marsh, United Kingdom. For services to equestrian sport.
  • Mrs Beatrice Dorothy Anne Town JP - of Wellington. For services to the community.
  • John Joseph Turei QSM - of Auckland. For services to the Māori people.
  • David Houghton Wale, of Wellington. For services to business management and the community.
  • Mrs Heather Jean White JP - of Te Puke. For services to the community.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Civil Division
  • Donald Hall Binney - of Auckland. For services to art.
  • John Kenneth Buck - of Havelock North. For services to the wine industry.
  • James Bull - of Hunterville. For services to racing and farming.
  • Bradley William Butterworth - of Auckland. For services to yachting.
  • Leslie Hambleton Cleveland - of Dunedin. For services to the community.
  • Michael Ernest Christopher Cox - of Wellington. For public services.
  • Alister Austen Deans - of Geraldine. For services to art.
  • Miss Joan Marjore Dingley - of Auckland. For services to botany.
  • Dr Alan Robert Edmunds - of Christchurch. For services to the wool industry.
  • Dr Wayne Leonard Edwards - of Palmerston North. For services to education and intercultural programmes.
  • William Clive Edwards - of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • John Noel Keegan - of Auckland. For services to business management and the community.
  • Dr Hylton LeGrice - of Auckland. For service to the community.
  • David Raymond Levene - of Auckland. For services to business and the community.
  • Professor Robert Park - of Christchurch. For services to civil engineering.
  • Mrs Suzanne Lena Prentice - of Invercargill. For services to music.
  • Thomas William Schnackenberg OAM - of Auckland. For services to yachting.
  • Mrs Robin Scholes - of Auckland. For services to the film industry.
Military Division
  • Commander Larry Robbins (G211809) - Royal New Zealand Navy.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Civil Division
  • Mrs Marie Rose Aubin - of Dunedin. For services to education and the community.
  • Mrs Marilyn Ann Baikie - of Christchurch. For services to the disabled.
  • Tuakana Charlie Carlson - of Wellington. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Susan Winifred Jane Dean Chatfield - of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Patricia Maldwyn Clapham JP - of Orewa. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Caryll Lydia Mary Clausen JP - of Feilding. For services to local body and community affairs.
  • Owen Francis Delany - of Taupo. For services to sport.
  • Miss Sandra Helen Edge - of Auckland. For services to netball.
  • Dr Bernard John Forde JP - of Palmerston North. For services to local body and community affairs.
  • Mrs Maureen Clara Fox - of Invercargill. For services to education.
  • Colin Heber Gordge JP - of Morrinsville. For services to farming.
  • Robert Morris Jarrett - of Pukekohe. For services to bowls.
  • Peter Robert Knight - of Christchurch. For services to powerboat sport.
  • Richard Trevor Vincent Linnell - of Kaiwaka. For services to the community.
  • Raymond William Lynskey - of Blenheim. For services to gliding.
  • Mrs Patricia Mary McQuillan - of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Arthur Dawson Moir JP - of Roxburgh. For services to the community.
  • Dr Peter Charles Molan - of Hamilton. For services to the honey industry.
  • Peter John Montgomery - of Auckland. For services to sports broadcasting.
  • Alan Joseph O'Connell - of Queenstown. For services to sport and the community.
  • George Emile Rennie - of Leeston, Canterbury. For services to farming.
  • Alon Edgar Shaw - of Warkworth. For services to education.
  • Mrs Eileen Margaret Skidmore - of Te Aroha. For services to the community.
  • Raymond Terence Whatmough - Superintendent, New Zealand Police.
Military Division
  • Major Nigel John Murray (T774404) - Royal New Zealand Army Medical Corps.
  • Squadron Leader Kenneth Albert James Cunningham (N86814) - Royal New Zealand Air Force.
  • Squadron Leader Graeme Warren Harris (L85294) - Royal New Zealand Air Force (Retired).

Queen's Service Order

Companions of the Queen's Service Order for Community Service (QSO)

  • Mrs Elizabeth Desiree Ferguson Baxendine - of Christchurch.
  • The Reverend John Ernest Bowles - of Lower Hutt.
  • Colin Arthur Gilmour-Wilson JP - of Taupo.
  • Mrs Audrey Gwen Harris - of Te Kauwhata.
  • The Reverend Kenneth Gerard Irwin - of Auckland.
  • Archbishop Dionysios Psiachas - of Wellington.
  • The Very Reverend John Oliver Rymer - of Auckland.
  • Mrs Patricia Margaret Teague - of Christchurch.

Companions of the Queen's Service Order for Public Services (QSO)

  • Dr Elizabeth Ursula Alley - of Wellington.
  • Brian Phillip Najib Corban - of Auckland.
  • Miss Valerie Madeline Lawson (Sister Valerie) - of Lower Hutt.
  • Angus John Macdonald JP - of Ngaruawahia.
  • Colin James McKenzie - of Wellington. Lately Secretary of Labour.
  • Mrs Margaret Moir JP - of Hokitika.
  • Mrs Gladys Joyce Ryan - of Whangarei.
  • David Ernest Walter JP - of Stratford.

Queen's Service Medal

Queen's Service Medal for Community Service (QSM)

  • Mrs Sarah Teira Priscilla Ashby JP - of Te Kuiti.
  • Mrs Patricia Irene Ball - of Hamilton.
  • Robert Anthony Leighton Batley - of Taihape.
  • Mrs June Emily Bonnington - of Timaru.
  • Owen Mervyn Brookes JP - of Huntly.
  • Mrs Doreen Elizabeth Burns - of Waiheke Island, Auckland.
  • Mrs Hilda Ngahiraka Rangi Busby - of Tikipunga, Whangarei.
  • Mrs Alice Elizabeth Calder - of Levin.
  • Amie Euphemia Isobel Calvert - of Waikanae.
  • Mrs Rosemary Bridget Chapman - of Christchurch.
  • Mrs Claire Mary Emberson JP - of Auckland.
  • Mrs Esther May Hepburn - of Ashburton.
  • Wiremu Hapi Hunia - of Kawerau.
  • Mrs Joan Gertrude Johnson - of Wellington.
  • Mrs Lorna Monica Leydon - of Lower Hutt.
  • Locksley Clement Lindsay - of Pines Beach, Canterbury.
  • Mrs Joan-Mary Longcroft JP - of Auckland.
  • Noel Albert McMahon - of Auckland.
  • William James McMullan - of Wellington.
  • Bryan Mahony - of Wellington.
  • Norman John Martin - of Hastings.
  • Frederick Lewis Mitchell - of Christchurch.
  • Mrs Phillis Hilda Murphy - of Featherston.
  • Clarence Roland Papps JP - of Takaka.
  • Mrs Eliza Raiha Serjeant - of Maketu.
  • Mrs Mavis Eileen Steffens - of Motueka.
  • Ellen Adrienne, Lady Stewart - of Christchurch.
  • Alan George Tozer - of New Plymouth.
  • Charles Iotua Tuarau - of Lower Hutt.
  • Mrs Esther Taylor Turner - of Kerikeri.
  • Mrs Dorothy Ethel Walker - of Auckland.
  • Mrs Ellen Mary (Ella) Warren - of Dargaville.
  • Mrs Carolyn Georgina Weston - of Invercargill.
  • Mrs Joan Elizabeth Williams - of Auckland.
  • Mrs Lesley Iris Wills - of Matamata.
  • Mrs Eunice Boyce Wilson - of Pukekohe.

Queen's Service Medal for Public Services (QSM)

  • Charles George Anderson - of Wanganui.
  • Mrs Evelyn Annette Carrington - of Whangarei.
  • Clive Basil Cleland - of Hamilton.
  • Mrs Helen Dashfield - of Masterton.
  • David Peter Ellery - of Rotorua.
  • Mrs Carol June Garland - of Christchurch.
  • Paul Ronald Garland - of Christchurch.
  • Mrs Catherine May Glynn - of Auckland.
  • Malcolm Campbell Grayling - of New Plymouth.
  • Mrs Ruth Jacqualine Hera Harris JP - of Rangiotu Puketotara, Palmerston North.
  • Marsden Alfred Heaslip - of Katikati.
  • Mrs Lorraine Anne Hill - of Russell.
  • Wilfred Jeffs (Bill Sevesi) - of Auckland.
  • Ian Roy Johnson JP - of Te Puke.
  • Mrs Diana Patricia Lenihan - of Invercargill.
  • William James McCabe - of Wainuiomata.
  • Mrs Julie Margaret McKendry JP - of Blenheim.
  • Miss Heather Margaret MacLeod - of Auckland.
  • Ronald Kenneth McSkimming - of Ranfurly, Otago.
  • Mrs Irene Saxon Messenger - of Greymouth.
  • John Bracken Mortimer - of Hamilton.
  • Mrs Margaret Mortimer - of Hamilton.
  • Mrs Catherine Jean Motion - of Thames.
  • Mrs Miriam Harris Murray JP - of Dunedin.
  • Mrs Glenys Patricia Searancke - of Rotorua.
  • Mrs Helen Mary Smith JP - of Porirua.
  • Mrs Heather Jane Te Huia - of Porirua.
  • Mrs Christina Manuhopukia Waihape JP - of Tauranga.
  • William Grigor Walker - of Clinton.
  • Mrs Kathleen Florence Wills JP - of Timaru.
  • Mrs Phillippa Alix Woodward - of Blenheim.
  • William James Davey - Sergeant, New Zealand Police.
  • Ian George Duncan - Senior Constable, New Zealand Police.

Queen's Fire Service Medal (QFSM)

  • Walter Henry Mills - lately Deputy Chief Fire Officer, Cambridge Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Robert Alexander Morriss - Chief Fire Officer, Te Awamutu Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Brian Muschamp - Chief Fire Officer, Hawera and Okaiawa Fire Brigades, New Zealand Fire Service.

British Empire Medal (BEM)

Military Division
  • Warrant Officer Class Two Ross Charles Fearon (Q50729) - Royal New Zealand Army Ordnance Corps.
  • Sergeant Darryl Brian Lark (E51363) - of The Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers.
  • Flight Sergeant Ronald Gregory Cox (X88801) - Royal New Zealand Air Force.
  • Flight Sergeant Calvin Paul Clare (E86300) - Royal New Zealand Air Force (Retired).

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)

  • John Morris Atkinson Gott - Detective Senior Sergeant, New Zealand Police.

Air Force Cross (AFC)

  • Wing Commander Peter James Stockwell (S85668) - Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service in the Air

  • Flight Lieutenant Grant Redvers Withers (W92342) - Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Cook Islands

British Empire Medal (BEM)

Civil Division
  • Mariri Paratainga. For services to the community.
  • The Honourable Raututi Taringa. For services to the community.

Barbados

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George

Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG)

Grenada

Knight Bachelor

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Civil Division
  • Orgias Campbell. For services to the development of agriculture.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Miss Elsia Ferguson. For services to the development of youth and sport.
  • Cecil Kendrick Ralph Sylvester. For services to the development of sports.

Papua New Guinea

Knight Bachelor

  • Kenneth Bruce Trezise, O.B.E. For services to business development.

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)

  • The Honourable Alois Koki, M.P. For services to politics and the community

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)

  • Dr. Rosalina Violet Kekedo, O.B.E. For services to commerce and sports

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)

  • Bishop Getake Gam. For services to the community. (Evangelical Lutheran Church)

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

  • The Honourable Mr. Justice Timothy Hinchcliffe. For services to justice and the community.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

  • Ulivian Ameneng. For services to the community.
  • Edward Michael Godden. For services to the Papua New Guinea Electricity Commission.
  • Daniel Lingnoge. For community services.
  • John Andrew Painap. For public service.
  • Noel Sneleksz. For services to the development of maritime training

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

British Empire Medal (BEM)

Solomon Islands

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

  • Chief Inspector Christopher Lawson Fora. For devotion to duty.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Police Constable Joses Fuel. For devotion to duty.
  • Station Sergeant Mitchell Arthur Rakau. For devotion to duty.
  • Station Sergeant Godwin Tesimu. For devotion to duty.

Saint Lucia

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)

  • Parry Jones HUSBANDS, Q.C. For public and community service.

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

  • Francis St. Juste Leonce. For public services in the field of agriculture.
  • Bernard Cecil Theobalds. For public service in the field of electrification.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Dr. Nicholas Octave Frederick. For public service in the field of education.
  • Gregory Glace. For public service in the field of tourism.
  • Miss Lawrence Martha Priscillia Laurent. For public service in the field of education

Belize

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

  • Seymour Vernon. For services to the community.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Elijio Panti. For services to the country.

Antigua and Barbuda

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)

  • Dr. Hayden Thomas. For public service.

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Miss Isalyn Casilla Richards. For public service

Saint Christopher and Nevis

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Gloria Lelita, Mrs. Anslyn. For services to the community.

References

  1. ^ The United Kingdom:"No. 54066". The London Gazette (1st supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 1–32.
  2. ^ New Zealand:"No. 54067". The London Gazette (1st supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 33–37.
  3. ^ "The Queen's Birthday Honours 1995" (23 June 1996) 62 New Zealand Gazette 1759.
  4. ^ New Zealand:"No. 54067". The London Gazette (2nd supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 33–40.
  5. ^ "The Queen's Birthday Honours List 1995". Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
  6. ^ Barbados:"No. 54068". The London Gazette (3rd supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 41–42.
  7. ^ Grenada:"No. 54069". The London Gazette (4th supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 43–44.
  8. ^ Papua New Guinea:"No. 54070". The London Gazette (5th supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 45–46.
  9. ^ Solomon Islands:"No. 54071". The London Gazette (6th supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 47–48.
  10. ^ Saint Lucia:"No. 54072". The London Gazette (7th supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 49–50.
  11. ^ Belize:"No. 54073". The London Gazette (8th supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 51–52.
  12. ^ Antigua and Barbuda:"No. 54074". The London Gazette (9th supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 53–54.
  13. ^ Saint Kitts and Nevis:"No. 54075". The London Gazette (10th supplement). 16 June 1995. pp. 55–56.
Adrienne Stewart

Dame Ellen Adrienne Stewart, Lady Stewart (née Peake, born 1936) is a New Zealand arts patron.

Alan Parker

Sir Alan William Parker (born 14 February 1944) is an English film director, producer and screenwriter. Parker's early career, beginning in his late teens, was spent as a copywriter and director of television advertisements. After about ten years of filming adverts, many of which won awards for creativity, he began screenwriting and directing films.

Parker is noted for having a wide range of filmmaking styles and working in differing genres. He has directed musicals, including Bugsy Malone (1976), Fame (1980), Pink Floyd – The Wall (1982), The Commitments (1991) and Evita (1996); true-story dramas, including Midnight Express (1978), Mississippi Burning (1988), Come See the Paradise (1990) and Angela's Ashes (1999); family dramas, including Shoot the Moon (1982), and horrors and thrillers including Angel Heart (1987) and The Life of David Gale (2003).His films have won nineteen BAFTA awards, ten Golden Globes and six Academy Awards. Parker was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for his services to the British film industry and knighted in 2002. He has been active in both British cinema and American cinema, along with being a founding member of the Directors Guild of Great Britain and lecturing at various film schools. In 2013 he received the BAFTA Academy Fellowship Award, the highest honour the British Film Academy can give a filmmaker. Parker donated his personal archive to the British Film Institute's National Archive in 2015.

Alan Tuckett

Sir Alan John Tuckett, (born April 1948) is a British adult education specialist and campaigner. He was the Chief Executive of the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) from 1988 to 2011, and President of the International Council for Adult Education from 2011 to 2015. He is currently Professor of Education at the University of Wolverhampton.He was educated at Launceston College, Cornwall and graduated with a first class degree in English and American Literature from the University of East Anglia in 1969.Tuckett was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 1995 Birthday Honours for services to adult further education. He was appointed a Knight Bachelor in the 2018 New Year Honours for services to education, particularly adult learning.

Alasdair Breckenridge

Sir Alasdair Muir Breckenridge, (born May 1937) is a Scottish pharmacologist.

A native of Angus, Scotland, Breckenridge studied medicine at the University of St Andrews.He worked as a lecturer then senior lecturer at the Hammersmith Hospital and at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School from 1964 to 1974), after which he was professor of clinical pharmacology at the University of Liverpool until 2002).He served as chair of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency from 2003; as a member of the Committee on Safety of Medicines from 1982 to 2003 (being chairman from 1999 to 2003); and as a member of the Medical Research Council from 1992 to 1996. IN 2005 he was appointed chair of the Emerging Science and Bioethics Advisory Committee.He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 1995 Birthday Honours for services to medicine and to health care and knighted in the 2004 New Year Honours for services to medicine. He was also elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP), a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (FRCPE), a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (FRSE), and a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences (FMedSci).He won the Paul Martini prize in Clinical Pharmacology in 1974 and the Goulstonian lecturership at the Royal College of Physicians in 1975.

Upon his retirement from Liverpool and the National Health Service, a Festschrift was held there in his honour.

Colin Terry

Air Marshal Sir Colin George Terry, (born 8 August 1943) is a retired Royal Air Force officer.

James Rant

His Honour Judge James William Rant CB QC (16 April 1936 - 25 May 2003) was a British judge and the Judge Advocate General from 1991 until his death in 2003.

John Bird, Baron Bird

John Anthony Bird, Baron Bird, (born 30 January 1946) is a British social entrepreneur and life peer.

He is best known as the founder of The Big Issue, a magazine that is edited by professional journalists and sold by street vendors who are homeless or vulnerably-housed.

He sits as an independent Crossbencher in the House of Lords.

Josephine Barstow

Dame Josephine Clare Barstow, (born 27 September 1940) is an English opera singer and soprano.

Kiri Te Kanawa

Dame Kiri Janette Te Kanawa (; born Claire Mary Teresa Rawstron, 6 March 1944) is a New Zealand soprano. She has a full lyric soprano voice, which has been described as "mellow yet vibrant, warm, ample and unforced".Te Kanawa has received accolades in many countries, singing a wide array of works in many languages dating from the 17th to the 20th centuries. She is particularly associated with the works of Mozart, Strauss, Verdi, Handel and Puccini, and has found considerable success in portraying princesses, nobility, and other similar characters on stage.Though she rarely sang opera later in her career, Te Kanawa frequently performed in concert and recital, gave masterclasses, and supported young opera singers in launching their careers. Her final performance was in Ballarat, Australia, in October 2016, but she did not reveal her retirement until September 2017.

May Blood, Baroness Blood

May Blood, Baroness Blood, MBE (born 26 May 1938) is a former member of the British House of Lords. She sat on the Labour benches.

Blood was born and raised in Belfast and worked in a linen mill from 1952-90 where she soon became an active member of the trade union and a shop steward. She was involved in creating the women's committee in the Trade Union and promoting equality for women at work. Later she worked as a manager of Cairn Martin Wood Products from 1991-94.Since 1994, she has been an Information Officer of the Greater Shankill Partnership and is a founding member of the Northern Ireland Women's Coalition. She was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 1995 Birthday Honours. In 1998, she was awarded an honorary degree from the University of Ulster and was created a life peeress as Baroness Blood, of Blackwatertown in the County of Armagh on 31 July 1999. She was the first woman in Northern Ireland to be given a life peerage.She received an honorary D.Univ from the Queen's University of Belfast in 2000, and again from the Open University the following year. In 2007, she published her autobiography, Watch my Lips, I'm Speaking. In January 2013, Blood was awarded the Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award under the Social Driver category for her tireless campaign for integrated education in Northern Ireland, where she helped to raise over £15 million.In the May 2016 elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly Baroness Blood made an appeal to the electorate to vote for the Labour Party in Northern Ireland members standing as candidates on behalf of the Northern Ireland Representation Committee. The Labour Party (UK) is not a registered political party in Northern Ireland and its members there are not permitted to stand for election as official Labour candidates.

She retired from the House of Lords on 4 September 2018.

Mayor of Manawatu

The Mayor of Manawatu officiates over the Manawatu District of New Zealand, which is administered by the Manawatu District Council (MDC). The role was created in 1989 with the formation of the Manawatu District. The current mayor, Margaret Kouvelis from Feilding, was first elected in a by-election in March 2012 and is the fifth holder of the position.

Miriam Harris

Miriam Harris may refer to:

Miriam Coles Harris (1834–1925), American novelist

Miriam Goldberg (1916–2017 as Harris), American newspaper publisher

Miriam Duchess Harris, African American academic, author, and legal scholar

Miriam Harris, British politician, candidate in Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council election, 1986 and Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council election, 1988

Miriam Harris Murray JP of Dunedin in 1995 Birthday Honours

Miriam Harris, experimental film maker in 2009 Brooklyn Film Festival and contributor to 2016 comics anthology Three Words

Miriam Harris, character in 2013 American comedy film Last Vegas

Noel McMahon

Noel Albert McMahon QSM (24 May 1916 – 9 June 2013) was a cricketer who played one match for New Zealand in the 1949-50 season.

McMahon played two matches for Auckland in the Plunket Shield in 1936-37 and 1937-38 as a leg-spinner without distinguishing himself, although he dismissed the Test batsmen Curly Page and Ian Cromb in his first match.After serving overseas in the New Zealand Third Division in World War II he settled in Te Awamutu, where he ran a drapery store from 1944 to 1964. He played most of his senior cricket for Waikato in the Hawke Cup as a middle-order batsman. In 1948-49 he scored 138 in an innings victory over Bay of Plenty.He began 1949-50 by scoring 111 in a drawn match against Hutt Valley, reaching his century in 50 minutes and hitting 12 fours and eight sixes. In Waikato's next match, a two-day fixture against the touring Australians, he scored 102 in 157 minutes (12 fours and three sixes) out of a team total of 157; the next best score was 15. Given that he was 33 and had not played a first-class match for 12 years, his selection for the only match between New Zealand and the Australians three weeks later was unexpected. Even the Australians were surprised, as they had not taken the Waikato match very seriously. He made 0 and 12, bowled by Jack Iverson each time, and New Zealand narrowly avoided an innings defeat. He played a few more matches for Waikato in 1950-51 and 1951-52.

From 1966 to 1990 he organised an annual cricketers' golf day in aid of charity at the North Shore Golf Club in Auckland. He was awarded the Queen's Service Medal for Community Service in the 1995 Birthday Honours.Since 1967-68 the Noel McMahon Cup has been awarded annually for the fastest century in Hamilton Cricket Association matches.

Nottinghamshire Police

Nottinghamshire Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing the shire county of Nottinghamshire and the unitary authority of Nottingham in the East Midlands of England. The area has a population of just over 1 million.

The force headquarters are found at Arnold. As of March 2013 the force had an establishment of 2,095 police officers, and 381 Special Constables. The Chief Constable is Craig Guildford who has held the position since February 2017.Nottinghamshire Police Authority was disbanded on 15 November 2012 when the first Police and Crime Commissioners were elected. Paddy Tipping was named as Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner on 16 November 2012.

Susan Hampshire

Susan, Lady Kulukundis, (born 12 May 1937), known professionally by her maiden name Susan Hampshire, is an English actress, known for her many television and film roles. A three-time Emmy Award winner, she won for The Forsyte Saga in 1970, The First Churchills in 1971, and for Vanity Fair in 1973. Her other television credits include The Pallisers (1974), The Grand (1997–98), and Monarch of the Glen (2000–05).

Terence Burns, Baron Burns

Terence Burns, Baron Burns (born 13 March 1944, Hetton-le-Hole, County Durham), sometimes known as Terry Burns, is a British economist, made a life peer in 1998 for his services as former Chief Economic Advisor and Permanent Secretary to HM Treasury. He is currently Senior adviser to Santander UK, Non-Executive Chairman of Glas Cymru, and a Non-Executive Director of Pearson Group plc. He is also President of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, President of the Society of Business Economists, Ex Chairman of the Governing Body of the Royal Academy of Music, and Ex Chairman of the Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra he is now Chairman of the Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT). On 5 November 2009 he was announced Chairman Designate of Channel Four Television Corporation, succeeding Luke Johnson, who retired on 27 January 2010 following six years in the post.

Timothy Elworthy

Air Commodore Sir Timothy Charles Elworthy, (born 27 January 1938) is a retired Royal Air Force (RAF) officer and courtier.

Tom Arie

Professor Thomas Henry David Arie (born 1933), known as Tom is a British psychiatrist, described as "one of the founding fathers of old age psychiatry."

Tom Schnackenberg

Thomas William Schnackenberg (born 11 May 1945) is a New Zealand sailor and yacht designer best known for his involvement with the America's Cup. He was inducted into the America's Cup Hall of Fame in 2000.

Schnackenberg attended Auckland Grammar School before gaining a masters in physics from the University of Auckland and the University of British Columbia.Schnackenberg was first involved with the 1977 America's Cup as a sail designer for Enterprise.He was involved with as a sail designer for Australia in the 1980 America's Cup before being promoted to sail co-ordinator for Australia II in the 1983 America's Cup. Australia II won the cup, becoming the first team to defeat the New York Yacht Club. Schnackenberg was again the sail co-ordinator for Australia III and Australia IV's unsuccessful defence of the America's Cup in 1987 before joining New Zealand Challenge to help design KZ1 for the 1988 America's Cup. He was a part of the Spirit of Australia challenge at the 1992 Louis Vuitton Cup before joining Team New Zealand as the design co-ordinator and navigator for their victory at the 1995 America's Cup. 1995 was his first on-board role at an America's Cup. During this period, he also coached the New Zealand yachting team for the Olympic Games in 1992 and 1996.He remained with Team New Zealand for their defence at the 2000 America's Cup and was promoted to syndicate head for the unsuccessful 2003 America's Cup defence, where he was credited as a designer of NZL 82. He remained with the team for the 2007 America's Cup, working as a design and data analyst.In 2001 he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Engineering be the University of Auckland. Schnackenberg has been awarded both an OBE (as part of the 1995 Birthday Honours) and the Order of Australia medal.Schnackenberg worked with Artemis Racing in the lead up to the 2013 America's Cup as their head of performance and design.

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