New Years Honours List 2021

New Years Honours List 2021

NEW YEAR HONOURS LIST 2021 -UNITED KINGDOM

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Richard James ATKINS, C.B.E., lately Further Education Commissioner, Department for Education. For services to Further Education.

Christopher Mark LE BRUN, lately President, Royal Academy. For services to the Arts.

Robert William CHOTE, lately Chairman, Office for Budget Responsibility. For services to Fiscal Policy and to the Economy.

The Right Honourable Thomas CLARKE, C.B.E., J.P. For public and political service.

Professor Simon BARON-COHEN, Professor of Autism Research, University of Cambridge. For services to People with Autism.

The Right Honourable Charles Geoffrey COX, Q.C., M.P., Member of Parliament for Torridge and West Devon. For parliamentary and political service.

Dr. Stephen John DEUCHAR, C.B.E., lately Director, Art Fund. For services to the Arts.

Professor Dieter Robin HELM, C.B.E., Chair, Natural Capital Committee. For services to the Environment, to Energy and to Utilities Policy.

David John LEWIS, lately Chief Executive Officer, Tesco. For services to the Food Industry and to Business.

Professor Francis Gerard McCORMAC, F.R.S.E., Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Stirling. For services to Education and to the Economy.

David Charles PEARSON, C.B.E., lately Director of Adult Social Care, Nottinghamshire Council. For services to Health and Social Care Integration.

Professor David Ian STUART, F.R.S., Professor of Structural Biology, University of Oxford. For services to Medical Research and to the Scientific Community.

David THOMPSON, Q.P.M., D.L., Chief Constable, West Midlands Police. For services to Policing.

Graham VICK, C.B.E., Founder and Artistic Director, Birmingham Opera Company. For services to Music and to the Regions.

Peter Thomas WANLESS, C.B., Chief Executive Officer, NSPCC. For services to Children, to Young People and to the Charitable Sector.

Guy Howard WESTON. For services to Philanthropy and to Charity.

OVERSEAS AND INTERNATIONAL LIST

Roger Alexander DEAKINS, C.B.E., Cinematographer. For services to Film.

Lewis Carl Davidson HAMILTON, M.B.E. Formula One Racing Driver. For services to Motorsports.

To be Ordinary Dames Commander of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Professor Karin Judith BARBER, C.B.E., F.B.A., Centennial Professor of Anthropology, London School of Economics. For services to the Study of African Culture.

Angela EAGLE, M.P., Member of Parliament for Wallasey. For parliamentary and political service.

Professor Jane Alison GLOVER, C.B.E., Conductor and Writer. For services to Music.

Professor Rachel Susan GRIFFITH, C.B.E., F.B.A., Economist. For services to Economic Policy and to Education.

Sheila Cameron HANCOCK, C.B.E., Actress. For services to Drama and to Charity.

Irene LUCAS-HAYS, C.B.E. For services to Training, to Education and to Young People.

Caroline MASON, C.B.E., Chief Executive, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. For services to the Charity Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 response.

Patricia Ann McGRATH, M.B.E., Make-up Artist. For services to the Fashion and Beauty Industry and to Diversity.

Professor Carol PROPPER, C.B.E., F.B.A., Economist. For services to Economic Policy and Public Health.

Joanna Gabrielle DA SILVA, O.B.E., Director, Arup Group Ltd. For services to Engineering and to International, Sustainable Development.

Alwen WILLIAMS, C.B.E., Chief Executive, Barts Health NHS Trust. For services to Leadership in the NHS.

C.B.E.

To be Ordinary Commanders of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Fayyaz AFZAL, O.B.E., Circuit Judge, England and Wales. For services to the Judiciary and to Diversity and Inclusion.

Marcus Ambrose Paul AGIUS, lately Chairman, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. For services to Botany and to Conservation.

Timothy Richard ALLEN, Prison Group Director, Manchester, Mersey and Cheshire, H.M. Prison and Probation Service. For public service.

Thomas Eardley ALLISON. For services to Scottish Business and to Charity.

Professor Julian ANDERSON, Composer. For services to Music.

Stephen BAGSHAW, Chairman, Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies. For services to the UK Manufacturing and Biotechnology Sector.

Neville Alfred BAXTER, President, Nottingham Conservatives. For political service.

Professor Graeme BETTS, Director of Adult Social Care, Birmingham City Council. For services to Adult Social Care.

Professor Wendy Anne BICKMORE, F.R.S., F.R.S.E., Director,
MRC Human Genetics Unit, University of Edinburgh. For services to Biomedical Sciences and to Women in Science.

Lucy Victoria BIRD, Director, Transport Security, Resilience and Response, Department for Transport. For public service.

Timothy Charles Eltringham BROWN, Chair, IDEO. For services to Design.

Anthony Edward Tudor BROWNE, Children's Author and Illustrator. For services to Literature.

Professor Wendy Katherine BURN, President, Royal College of Psychiatrists. For services to Mental Health.

Professor Anthony Keith CAMPBELL, Honorary Research Professor, School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University. For services to Biochemistry.

Margaret Adela Miriam CARVER. For services to Sport and to the Media Sector.

Robert CHAMPION, M.B.E., Founder, Bob Champion Cancer Trust. For charitable services to Prostate and Testicular Cancer Research.

Felicity Ann WALEY-COHEN, Trustee, Robert And Felicity Waley-Cohen Charitable Trust. For services to Children's Medicine.

Richard Graham CORBETT, lately Leader, European Parliamentary Labour Party. For European parliamentary and political service.

Ilse Catherine CRAWFORD, M.B.E., Interior and Furniture Designer. For services to Design.

Peter DAWSON, O.B.E., Chief Executive and Secretary, Royal and Ancient Golf Club. For services to Golf.

Barbara Helen DEAN, Chief Executive Officer, Nest Corporation. For services to Pension Saving.

William Barry DOUGLAS, O.B.E., Concert Pianist. For services to Music and to Community Relations in Northern Ireland.

Professor Allister Ian FERGUSON, F.R.S.E., Professor of Photonics, University of Strathclyde. For services to Science and to Industry.

Professor Ian Gardner FINLAY, Consultant Surgeon, Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Professional Consultant, Health Workforce Directorate, Scottish Government. For services to Medical Education and Training.

Sonia FLYNN, Chief Probation Officer, National Probation Service. For public service.

Professor Bashabi FRASER. For services to Education, to Culture and to Integration in Scotland.

Caroline Jane GARDNER, F.R.S.E., lately Auditor General for Scotland. For services to the Scottish Public Sector.

Dr. Mina GOLSHAN, Deputy Chief Inspector, Office for Nuclear Regulation. For services to Nuclear Regulation.

Professor Usha Claire GOSWAMI, F.B.A., Professor of Cognitive Developmental Neuroscience, University of Cambridge. For services to Educational Research.

Christopher Montague GRIGG, Chief Executive Officer, British Land. For services to Business, particularly during the Covid-19 response.

Jane Elizabeth GUYETT, Senior Independent Director, UK Government Investments. For public service to the Economy.

Paul Denniston HACKETT, Chief Executive, Optivo. For services to Social Housing.

Professor Francesca Gabrielle HAPPE´, F.B.A., Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, King's College London. For services to the Study of Autism.

Daniel John HARDING, Conductor. For services to Music.

Sean William HOLLAND, Chief Social Work Officer, Department of Health, Northern Ireland Executive. For public service.

Mark HOPWOOD, Managing Director, Great Western Railway. For services to Transport.

Emma Louise JONES, M.B.E., Founder, Enterprise Nation. For services to Small Businesses and to Entrepreneurs.

Marianne Saleisha JUANETTE, (Marianne Cwynarski), Head, Governance and Central Services and Secretary, House of Commons Commission. For services to Parliament.

Wasfi KANI, O.B.E., Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Grange Park Opera. For services to the Arts.

Michael Ashton KUHN, lately Board Member, Northern Ireland Screen. For services to the Film Industry.

Michael LANDY, Artist. For services to Art.
John LARAMY, Principal, Exeter College. For services to Education.

Mark Alexander LARMOUR, Political Director, Northern Ireland Office. For services to the Peace Process in Northern Ireland.

Lesley Ann MANVILLE, O.B.E., Actress. For services to Drama and to Charity.

Bernard Francis McCONVILLE, (Brian McConville), Owner and Chair, MJM Group. For services to the Economy and to Charity in Northern Ireland.

Maureen Margaret Ann McGINN, J.P., (Lady Elvidge), Lately Chair, National Lottery Community Fund Scotland Committee. For services to Heritage and to a Civil Society.

Nigel NEWTON, Founder, Bloomsbury Publishing. For services to the Publishing Industry.

Professor David Christopher ORMEROD, Deputy High Court Judge and lately Law Commissioner for Criminal Law, The Law Commission. For services to Criminal Justice.

Michelle Claire OVENS, M.B.E., Founder, Small Business Britain and Chair, Small Business Charter Management Board. For services to Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs.

Professor Edward PECK, Vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University. For services to Higher Education.

Preetha RAMACHANDRAN, Group Director, South East Universal Credit Operations, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the Unemployed.

Paul Derek James RIMMER, lately Deputy Chief of Defence Intelligence, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Patricia Ann RITCHIE, Chief Executive, Newcastle City Council. For services to Local Government and to Public Service Reform.

Richard Alan ROSS, Chair, Rosetrees Trust. For services to Philanthropy during Covid-19.

Professor Sheila ROWAN, M.B.E., F.R.S., F.R.S.E., Director, Institute for Gravitational Research and Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland. For services to Science.

Professor Raad SHAKIR, Professor of Neurology (Visiting), Imperial College London. For services to Global Neurology.

Russell James SHAW, Founder, Tech London Advocates. For services to Technology and to Business in London.

Professor Sembukuttiarachilage Ravi Pradip SILVA, Director, Advanced Technology Institute, University of Surrey. For services to Science, to Education and to Research.

Anthony SMITH, Deputy Director, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Melanie Jane SMITH, Chief Executive Officer, Ocado Retail Ltd.
For services to Retail and the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Mark SUMMERFIELD, lately HR Director, Crown Prosecution Service. For public service.

His Honour Philip SYCAMORE, lately Circuit Judge and Tribunal Chamber President and Senior Commissioner, Judicial Appointments Commission. For public service.

Paul Alexander TERRINGTON, Head of Consulting, PwC UK and EMEA and lately Regional Chair, PwC Northern Ireland. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland.

Professor Andrew Stuart THOMPSON, lately Executive Chair, Arts and Humanities Research Council. For services to Research.

Keith John THOMPSON, lately Chief Executive Officer, Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult. For services to Science and to Innovation.

Inga Marian WARREN, Author and Co-director, Family Infant Neurodevelopment Education Programme. For services to the Care of Premature Babies.

Keith Charles Frederick WEED, President, Advertising Association. For services to the Advertising and Marketing Industry.

Professor Petra WEND, F.R.S.E., lately Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. For services to Higher Education.

Professor Shearer Carroll WEST, Vice-Chancellor, University of Nottingham. For services to Higher Education.

Professor Greta WESTWOOD, Chief Executive, Florence Nightingale Foundation. For services to Nursing and Midwifery.

Joanne Louise WHITFIELD, Chief Executive Officer, Retail, Co-Op Group. For services to Retail and to the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Pauline Margaret WILLIAMS, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Health, GlaxoSmithKline. For services to Medical Research and Development.

Wendy Ann WILLIAMS, Independent Lead, Windrush Lessons Learned Review and H.M. Inspector of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services. For public service.

Richard Leslie Martin WOHANKA, Chair and Trustee, Nuclear Trust and Director, Nuclear Liabilities Fund. For services to the Nuclear Industry.

Christopher John WOOLARD, lately Interim Chief Executive, Financial Conduct Authority. For services to Financial Regulation and Financial Technology Innovation.

David WOOTTON, Managing Director, Wootton Education. For services to Education.

Simon YORK, Director, Fraud Investigation Service, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Countering International Tax Fraud.

O.B.E.

To be Ordinary Officers of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Matthew ABEL, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Anwar ALI, Founder and Director, Upturn Enterprise Ltd. For services to Social Enterprise.

Azhar ALI, Leader of Labour Group, Lancashire County Council. For services to the community in North West England.

Professor Linda ANDERSON, Professor of Modern English and American Literature, Newcastle University. For services to Higher Education.

John ANGELI, Director of Parliamentary Audio-Video, House of Lords. For services to Parliament.

Philip Norman ARCHER, lately Principal, Leith School of Art. For services to Art and Education.

Vivienne ARTZ, (Vivienne Gardener) Chief Privacy Officer, Refinitiv and President, Women in Banking and Finance. For services to Financial Services and to Gender Diversity.

Dr. Heather Jane BACON, Animal Welfare and Veterinary Outreach Manager, Jeanne Marchig International Centre for Animal Welfare Education, Edinburgh. For services to Veterinary Education, to Animal Welfare and to Charity in the UK and Abroad.

Stephen BAKER, Chair, National Pubwatch. For services to Reducing Crime and Improving Safety in Licensed Premises.

Colin Lester BALSAM, (Colin Lester). For services to the UK Music Industry and to Charity.

Jonathan BAMFORD. For services to Data Protection.

John Jeremy BANGS, Senior Commissioning Manager for Carers, Surrey County Council. For services to Carers.

Andrew Charles Robert BARNETT, Director, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK). For services to Social Change.

Brian Robert BARWICK, lately Chairman, Rugby Football League. For services to Sport and to Sports Broadcasting.

Robert Edward John BAXTER, Director of Rugby, Exeter Chiefs. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Michael Kevin Handel BEARD, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Louise Olivia BEATON, Trustee, Action with Communities in Rural England. For voluntary service to Rural Communities.

Stephen Kwasi BEDIAKO, Founder and Chairman, Social Innovation Partnership. For services to Innovation in the Charitable Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Andrew George BEET, lately Police Staff, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, Home Office. For services to Law and Order.

Amanda BENNETT, Executive Principal, Greetland Primary Academy, Calderdale. For services to Education in West Yorkshire.

Dr. Beverly Patricia BERGMAN. For services to Veterans in Scotland.

Professor Farah Naz Kausar BHATTI, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Swansea University. For services to Diversity in the NHS in Wales.

Daniel Richard Rowley BISHOP, Delivery Manager, Type 31 Frigate Programme, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence Procurement.

Paul BOYCE, Director of Children's Services, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to Children in Merseyside.

Donalda Macintyre Maclay BRADBURY, lately President, Scottish Rugby Union. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Lynne Frances BRADLEY, Senior Plant Health and Seeds Inspector, Animal and Plant Health Agency. For services to Plant Health.

Caron Louise BRADSHAW, Chief Executive, Charity Finance Group. For services to Charity.

Emma BRADSHAW, Executive Principal, Alternative Learning Trust. For services to Education in the Alternative Provision Sector.

John BRADSHAW, lately Headteacher, London East Alternative Provision. For services to Education in London.

Geraldine BRERETON, Deputy Director, Universal Credit Operations, Department for Communities, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Social Security.

Jonathan BRITTON, Non-Executive Director, British Business Bank. For services to Small Business Finance.

Cassandra BUCHANAN, Headteacher, Charles Dickens Primary School, Southwark, London. For services to Education.

Professor Robert Oliver BUCKINGHAM, Robotics Director, UK Atomic Energy Authority. For services to Robotic Engineering.

Commodore Michael Peter BULLOCK, M.B.E., Chief Executive, Northern Lighthouse Board. For services to the Safety and Welfare of Seafarers., C027843M.

Alan John BURNELL, Co-founder and Non-Executive Director,
Family Futures Community Interest Company, London. For services to Adopted Children.

Susan BURNS, Philanthropist. For charitable services.

Dr. Malcolm BUTLER, Chair, UK Onshore Geophysical Library. For services to Education, Research and to Development.

Professor James David Forbes CALDER, Professor, Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London. For services to Sport and to Exercise.

Robert Derek CALROW. For charitable and political service in North West England.

Lorraine CANAVAN, Head, Payment Operation, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Leadership and to Service Delivery.

Marcello Antonio CASALE. For services to Animal Welfare, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Charlie CHAPPLE, Head, Social Housing Redress, Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government. For services to Housing and to the Homeless.

Mark Edward CHEESEMAN, Deputy Director, Public Sector Fraud, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Professor Daniel John CLARK, Head, Department of Clinical Engineering, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham. For services to Clinical Engineering, particularly during Covid-19.

Samantha CLAYTON, Principal Social Worker for Children and Families, Lincolnshire County Council. For services to Social Work.

Linda CLEGG, Children's Service Improvement Adviser, St. Helen's Council. For services to Social Work.

Natalie CLEIN, Cellist. For services to Music.

Rebecca COBBIN, M.B.E., Family Jurisdictional Support Manager, H.M. Courts and Tribunals Service. For services to the Administration of Justice.

Dr. Hermione Anne Phoebe COCKBURN, Scientific Director, Dynamic Earth. For services to Public Engagement in Science.

Barbara COLLINS, Head, Women in Leadership, Government Equalities Office. For services to Gender Equality.

Dr. Nicholas Keith CONI, Co-founder, University of the Third Age in Cambridge. For services to Education for the Elderly.

Brendan Peter CONNOR, lately Chair, Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in the West Midlands.

Philip Andrew John CONRAN, Chair, Government Advisory Committee on Packaging. For services to Recycling and the Environment.

Alan Charles COWDALE, Senior Scientific Adviser, Air and Space Warfare Centre. For services to Defence.

Dr. Benjamin Josef COWELL, Director General, Historic Houses Association. For services to Cultural Heritage, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Sarah CRAWLEY, lately Chief Executive Officer, Initiative for Social Entrepreneurs. For services to Social Enterprise.

Philomena CREFFIELD, lately Head, UK Central Authority, Home Office. For services to International Legal and Judicial Co-operation.

Philip CRITCHLOW, Chief Executive Officer and Founding Director, TBI. For services to Television and to Radio.

John DALZELL, M.B.E. For services to Fundraising for the Southern Area Hospice, Newry.

Dan DARK, lately Managing Director, Warner Brothers Studios, Leavesden. For services to the UK Film Industry.

Matthew DAVIES, Deputy Director, Trade Agreements Continuity Programme, Department for International Trade. For services to International Trade.

Kate DAWSON, Founder and Director, The All-in-One Company. For services to Business and Frontline Workers during the Covid-19 Response through the Scrub Hub Ashington.

Oliver DEARDEN, Volunteer, Bristol Aero Collection Trust. For services to Cultural Heritage in the Aviation Industry.

David Spencer DELEW, lately Chief Executive, Community Security Trust. For services to the Jewish Community.

Tanjit Singh DOSANJH, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Pen Optical Trust. For services to Optometry in Prisons.

William DUDLEY, Stage Designer. For services to Stage Design.

Professor Joy Ann DUXBURY, Professor of Mental Health, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to Mental Health Nursing.

Professor Mohan Jayantha EDIRISINGHE, FREng, Bonfield Chair of Biomaterials, University College London. For services to Biomedical Engineering.

Joan Mary EDWARDS, Director of Public Affairs and Living Seas, Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts. For services to Marine Conservation.

Melanie Teresa ELLIOTT, (Melani Morgan), Volunteer, SafeLives. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Thomas Vincent EMERSON, Co-founder 6a Architects. For services to Architecture and to Education.

Alice FAIRBAIN, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Isabella Jean FARISH. For services to the community in Dalbeattie and Kippford, Dumfries and Galloway.

Michael Loughlin FELL, Head, Cyber Operations, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For public and voluntary service.

Dr. Edgar Joseph FEUCHTWANGER, Historian. For services to Anglo-German Understanding and History.

Douglas John FIELD, Chair, New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to Business in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Francesca FINDLATER, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Bounce Back Foundation and Project. For services to Ex-offenders.

Dr. Ann Marie FITCHETT, lately Policy and Legislation Principal, Defence Maritime Regulator. For services to Defence.

Josephine Lesley FITTON, lately Curator, Greek Bronze Age Collections and Keeper, Department of Greece and Rome, British Museum. For services to Museums and to the Arts.

Terence Anthony FITZPATRICK, Founder and Director, ARC Adoption North East. For services to Children in North East England, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Sally Ann FORSYTH, Chief Executive Officer, Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst. For services to Business and to Science.

Alun FRANCIS, Principal and Chief Executive Officer, Oldham College. For services to Education.

Deborah FRANCIS, Managing Director, Direct Rail Services. For services to Women in the Railway Industry.

Donna FRASER, Equality, Diversity and Engagement Lead,
UK Athletics. For services to Equality, to Inclusion and to Diversity in the Workplace.

Martin James FROBISHER, Group Safety and Engineering Director, Technical Authority, Network Rail. For services to the NHS and Railway Workers during Covid-19 and voluntary service through the Army Reserves.

Dipanwita GANGULI, Principal, Sutton College. For services to Adult Education in London.

Jennifer Dawn GARRETT, Executive Coach and Leadership Development Specialist, Reflexion Associates Ltd. For services to Entrepreneurship and to Women in Business.

Stuart Paul GIBBONS, Managing Director, Le Mark Group. For services to International Trade.

Nigel GIBBS, Unit Head, Appeals and Review Unit, Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order.

Professor Valerie GIBSON, Professor of High Energy Physics, University of Cambridge. For services to Science, Women in Science and to Public Engagement.

Grant GORDON, Founder and Chair, The Childhood Trust. For services to Philanthropy, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Sharran Louise GREY, Haematology Consultant Clinical Scientist, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Principal Clinical Scientist, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Blood Transfusion and to Patient Care.

Judith Anne HALKERSTON, Chair, Symphonic. For services to the Digital Economy.

Dawn Michelle HALL, Adult, Family and Community Learning Manager, Doncaster. For services to Further Education in South Yorkshire.

Dr. Roger Michael Owen HALL, Medical Director, Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS and the Covid-19 Response in the East of England.

Lee HALLAM, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Linbrooke Services Ltd. For services to Business and to Skills.

John HAMBLY, Founder, Samson Centre for Multiple Sclerosis. For services to People with Disabilities in Surrey and the Home Counties.

Kirsty Sian HAMILTON, Associate Fellow, Chatham House. For services to the Green Energy and Finance Sectors.

Matthew HAMPSON, Founder, Matt Hampson Foundation. For voluntary and charitable service.

Dr. Gemma Clare HARPER. For services to the Marine Environment.

Dr. Linda HARRIS, Chair, Health and Justice Clinical Reference Group, NHS England. For services to the NHS.

Gavin EDGERLEY-HARRIS, Director, Gurkha Museum. For services to Gurkha and Military Heritage.

Adrian Richard HAWKINS, Managing Director, Welding World Ltd. and Founder, Weldability Sif. For services to Business.

Barry Maurice William HEARN. For services to Sport.

Joanne Louise HEATON, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Lights Learning Trust, Hartlepool. For services to Education in North East England.

Fergus HENDERSON, M.B.E., Chef and Restaurateur. For services to the Culinary Arts.

Margot HENDERSON, Chef. For services to the Culinary Arts.

Dr. Paul VAN HEYNINGEN, Deputy Director, Net Zero Electricity Networks, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Energy Policy.

Christine Ann HILL, Headteacher, Westminster School, Rowley Regis. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Christopher John Stratford HODGES, Professor of Justice Systems and Head, CMS Research Programme. For services to Business and Law.

Dr. Stuart Gary HOPPS, Choreographer. For services to Dance.

Richard HORTON, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Susan Jane HUSBAND, Director, Business in the Community, Cymru and lately Director, Employer and Employee Engagement, Education and Skills Funding Agency. For services to Education.

Jane IDE, Chief Executive, National Association of Voluntary and Community Services. For services to Volunteering and to Charity.

Fozia IFRAN, Chief Executive Officer, Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation and Trustee, Association of Charitable Foundations. For services to the community in Bedfordshire, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Giovanni ISINGRINI, Group Director and Deputy Chief Executive, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council. For services to Children in Wales.

Professor Adele Diana JONES, Professor of Social Work, University of Huddersfield. For services to Vulnerable Women and Children.

Margaret Ann JONES, M.S., Deputy Presiding Officer, Senedd Cymru. For parliamentary and public service in Cymru.

Mary Sylvester JONES, lately Deputy Director, Home Affairs and EU Exit, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Dr. Roger Hugh JONES, Consulting Editor, British Journal of General Practice. For services to General Practice.

Tobias Edward Heslewood JONES, (Toby Jones) Actor. For services to Drama.

Larissa JOY, Chair, Social Business Trust and Foundling Museum. For services to the Charitable, Voluntary and Social Enterprise Sectors.

Professor Dhiya AL-JUMEILY, Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Liverpool John Moores University. For services to Scientific Research.

Professor Partha Sarathi KAR, Consultant and Endocrinologist, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to People with Diabetes.

Professor Daniel KELLY, Chair, Nursing Research, Royal College of Nursing, Cardiff University. For services to Cancer Nursing, to Nurse Education and to Research.

Nadim EDNAN-LAPEROUSE, M.B.E., Co-founder and Trustee, Natasha Allergy Research Foundation. For services to People with Allergies.

Tanya EDNAN-LAPEROUSE, Co-founder and Trustee, Natasha Allergy Research Foundation. For services to People with Allergies.

Philip LARKIN, Deputy Head, Special Cases Unit, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, Home Office. For services to National Security.

Robert William LAWSON, Chair of Governors, Education Partnership North East. For services to Education in Sunderland.

Jennifer Elizabeth LEE, Potter. For services to Ceramics.

Karen LEE, Director, One Service Group, North West England, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the Delivery of Public Services.

Richard LEE, Chief Human Resources Manager, Willmott-Dixon. For services to Business and Equality.

John George LILLYWHITE, Chair, Kainos. For services to the Technology Sector in Northern Ireland.

John LIVERSIDGE, lately Senior Manager, TecSOS. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Ian Frank LUSH, Chief Executive, Imperial Health Charity. For charitable services to the NHS.

Stephanie MacDONALD, Co-founder 6a Architects. For services to Architecture.

Robert Hywel MacFARLANE, Deputy Director, Doctrine and Training, Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Carol Jane MACK, Chief Executive, Association of Charitable Foundations. For services to Charity.

Linda Mary MAGRATH, Chief Executive Officer, Laurus Trust. For services to Education in Greater Manchester.

Professor Lorraine Lucy MALTBY, Professor of Environmental Biology, University of Sheffield. For services to Environmental Biology, Animal and Plant Sciences.

Louise DI MAMBRO, Registrar, Supreme Court and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. For services to the Administration of Justice.

Sarah Heide MARCHANT, Area Business Manager, Crown Prosecution Service, South West. For services to Law and Order.

Michael MARGESON. For services to Mountain Rescue.

Wayne MARSHALL, Conductor and Organist. For services to Music.

Loraine Frances MARTINS, M.B.E., Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Network Rail. For services to Diversity and Inclusion.

Dr. Philip Joseph McGARRY, D.L. For services to Mental Health and to the community in Belfast.

Lee PARDY-McLAUGHLIN, Child and Family Principal Social Worker, Coventry City Council. For services to Children and to Families.

Iain McNEILL, Deputy Director, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to the Tax System.

Susan Jessica McVEIGH, M.B.E., Head, Tax Apprenticeship Employer-Provider, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax and Compliance Apprenticeships.

Ann McVIE, Deputy Director, Social Security Policy, Scottish Government. For public service.

John David MEDLAND, Policy Manager, BT. For services to Public Safety.

Gerald Gary MERCURIO, Writer and Producer. For services to Television Drama.

Caragh MERRICK, Trustee and Chair of Finance Committee, Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. For services to Higher Education.

Robert Peter DOUGLAS MILLER. For services to Wildlife Conservation in Scotland.

Joanne MONCK, Gardener and LGBTQ Activist. For services to Transgender Equality.

Luke Andrew MONTAGUE, lately Co-ordinator, Talks Process, Northern Ireland Office. For services to the Peace Process in Northern Ireland.

Professor Suneetha Ramani MOONESINGHE, Professor of Perioperative Medicine and Consultant Anaesthetist, University College London. For services to Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Critical Care.

Alan John Lindsay Kennedy MOORE, M.B.E. For services to Mass Incident Emergency Planning in Northern Ireland.

Harvey Kleis MOORE. For services to Defence during Covid-19.

Christopher Gerrard MORAN, National Clinical Director for Trauma, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to Trauma Surgery.

Catherine MORGAN, Chief Nurse, East of England, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to Nursing.

Darryl Sean Ewing MORGAN, Headteacher, Ridgeway School, Farnham. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Surrey.

Nicholas James MORGAN, Section Head, Crime Patterns, Crime and Policing Analysis Unit, Home Office. For services to Community Safety.

Jerome Patrick MULLEN, Director, Newry Chamber of Commerce and the Clamry Group. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland and to Polish-Northern Irish Relations.

John Cruddas MURRAY, lately Chief Executive, Society of Maritime Industries. For services to the UK Maritime Sector.

Gunther Alois NEWCOMBE, lately Director, Operations, Oil and Gas Authority. For services to the Oil and Gas Sector.

Nicola NEWTON, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Robert LOCKYER-NIBBS, (Bob Lockyer). For services to Dance and Broadcasting.

Katherine NICHOLLS, Chief Executive Officer, UKHospitality.
For services to the Hospitality Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David Roydon NIGHTINGALE, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Kent. For services to Higher Education.

Clare Joanne Threlfall NORMAND, Founder, Alec Normand Fund. For services to Brain Tumour charities.

Hunada NOUSS, Chair, Audit and Risk Committee, Education and Skills Funding Agency. For public service.

Angela Joanne O'BRIEN, Primary Director, Spencer Academy Trust and former Principal, Wyndham Academy and Primary Director, Spencer Academy Trust. For services to Education.

William Patrick Thomas O'HARA. For services to Sailing.

Samantha ORDE, National Chair, Riding for the Disabled Association. For services to People with Disabilities.

Angela Mary OWEN, Founder, Women in DefenceUK. For services to Women in the Defence Sector.

John David OWEN, Director, Strategic Business Resilience,
House of Commons and House of Lords. For services to Parliament, particularly during Covid-19.

June PALMER, Headteacher, Mayfield School, Torquay. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Jon PARKER, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Rosalyn Julia PARKER, Principal, Southend Adult Community College. For services to Adult Education and to the community in Southend, Essex.

Anne Sally PATERSON, Chief Education Officer and Head of Education Service, Argyll and Bute Council. For services to Education.

Richard Cumming PATERSON, Master Blender, Whyte and Mackay Ltd. For services to the Scotch Whisky Industry.

William PATERSON. For services to the Economy and to the community in Scotland.

Sara Louise PEPPER, Director of Creative Economy, Cardiff University. For services to the Creative Economy.

Simon Keith PIROTTE, Principal, Bridgend College. For services to Further and Higher Education in Wales.

William Ian David PLAISTOWE. For services to the community in Watlington, Oxfordshire.

Sandra Marilyn BARNETT-POLLOCK, Director, Open Mind Training and Development. For services to Equality.

Rosemary Janet POPE. For services to Charitable Fundraising.

Anthony Charles Russell PRICE, Chief Executive, Swanbarton Ltd. For services to the Energy Storage Industry.

Ruth Anne PURDIE, Chief Executive, UK Road Offender Education. For services to Road Safety and to Policing.

Sharon PURSEY, Co-founder, SafeToNet. For services to International Trade.

Diljit Singh RANA, M.B.E., (Baron Rana), Chairman, Andras House Ltd. For services to Business and to the Economy in Northern Ireland.

Asiyah RAVAT, Executive Principal, Star Academies. For services to Education in Birmingham.

Tracey Lynne REED, lately Director, Historic Properties, English Heritage. For services to Cultural Heritage.

Myrddin REES, Consultant General and Hepatobiliary Surgeon, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Liver Cancer Surgery.

Dr. Patricia Gail RICE, Chair, School Teachers' Review Body. For services to Education.

David RICHARDS, Director of Governance and Ethics, Welsh Government. For public service.

Brian ROBERTS, Finance Commissioner, Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government. For services to Local Government and to Public Service Finance.

Sarah ROBINSON. For services to Heritage.

Eric Bell ROBSON, Honorary President, Cumbria Tourism. For services to Tourism.

Hugh ROLO, Chair and Founding Member, Key Fund. For services to Social Investment and Enterprise in the Midlands and North of England.

Nicholas John RUST, lately Chief Executive, British Horseracing Authority. For services to Horseracing.

Mark SAUTEREAU, Deputy Director, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to the Food Supply Chain and to the Vulnerable, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Carolyn SAVAGE, Head, Apprentice Engagement, Education and Skills Funding Agency. For services to Apprenticeships and Skills.

Michael Vincent SHANAHAN, Deputy National Head, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response, NHS England. For services to the NHS.

Dr. William Oliver Edward Pattison SHANKS. For services to the Vulnerable in Northern Ireland.

Dr. Rowena Marie SHAW. For services to Education and to Young People.

Jacqueline Claudette SHEARS, Programme Director, NHS Digital. For services to Patient Care.

Linda Grace SHEARS, Co-founder, Shears Foundation. For services to Charity.

Isobel SHELDON, Director, Business Development, UK Battery Industrialisation Centre. For services to Motor Vehicle Battery Technology.

Janet Valerie SHERIFF, Headteacher and National Leader of Education, Prince Henry's Grammar School, Otley. For services to Education in West Yorkshire.

Narmada Helen de SILVA, Deputy Director, Strategic and Cross Cutting Policy Group, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For public service.

Jeremy Lewis SIMONS, lately Chairman, Port and City of London Health and Environmental Services Committee. For services to Air Quality and to Environmental Conservation in London.

Karl SIMONS, Chief Health, Safety and Wellbeing Officer, Thames Water. For services to Mental Health Policy.

Moira Sarah SINCLAIR, Chief Executive Officer, Paul Hamlyn Foundation. For services to Charity and to the Arts.

Mrunel SISODIA, Co-chair, National Network of Parent Carer Forums. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David SMITH, Deputy Managing Director, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Jon SMITH, Founder, Lee Smith Research Foundation. For charitable services to Leukaemia Research.

Phillipa Maria SPENCER, Senior Principal Statistician, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. For services to Defence, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Anthony John SPIRO, Joint President, Wiener Holocaust Library. For voluntary service to Holocaust Remembrance.

Craig STEPHENSON. For services to Parliament and to Equality.

Alan STEWART, Hairdresser. For services to Hairdressing.
Linda Elizabeth STEWART, Hairdresser. For services to Hairdressing.

Cordella BART-STEWART, Founder, Black Solicitors' Network and Judge, Immigration and Asylum Chamber. For services to the Legal Profession and voluntary service to Diversity and to Education.

Professor Kathleen Mary Linn STOCK, Professor of Philosophy, University of Sussex. For services to Higher Education.

Carole Mary STOTT, M.B.E., lately Chair, Association of Colleges and Find a Future. For services to Education.

Professor Eleanor Phobe Jane STRIDE, FREng, Statutory Professor of Biomaterials, University of Oxford. For services to Engineering.

Matthew John STUTELY, Director of Software Engineering, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament during Covid-19.

Emma SWEETING, Team Leader, National Crime Agency. For services to Law and Order.

Ema SWINGWOOD, Physiotherapist, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Physiotherapy.

Claudia Claire SYKES, Chief Executive Officer, Social Enterprise Kent and All Seasons Community Support. For services to Social Enterprise and to the Social Care Sector.

Ellen THINNESEN, Principal, Sunderland College. For services to Education.

Neil Edward Thomas THOMAS, Governor, H.M. Prison Stocken.
For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Michael TOBIAS. For services to the Jewish Community.

Christopher Michael TYAS, Chair, Food Resilience Industry Forum.
For services to the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Tracy Amanda VEGRO, Executive Director, Resources and Strategy, Financial Reporting Council. For services to Business and to Diversity.

Paul VENNERS, Managing Director, LEEC Ltd. For services to Hospital Mortuaries and to Post-Mortem Facilities, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Jayne Mary VERTKIN, Head of Early Help, Westminster City Council. For services to Children in London.

Nina Minoo WADIA. For services to Entertainment and to Charity.

Sarah Victoria WALLACE, Speech and Language Therapist, Critical Care, Wythenshaw Hospital, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.

Gajan Lavan WALLOOPPILLAI. For services to Equality and to Community Cohesion.

David Alan John WALROND, Principal and Chair, Truro and Penwith College and Callywith College. For services to Further Education in Cornwall.

Adeela WARLEY, Chief Executive, CharityComms. For services to Charity Communications.

Alan Douglas WATSON, Chair and Captain, The Medusa Trust. For services to Maritime History and to Charity.

Dr. Matthew Richard WEST, Consultant, Centre for National Infrastructure. For services to Information Management in Business.

Helen Catherine Mortimer WHITEHOUSE, Deputy Director, Museums and Cultural Property, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. For services to Museums and to Heritage.

Karen Stephanie WILLIAMS. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Dr. Paul Daniel WILLIAMS, lately Member of Parliament for Stockton South. For services to Parliament and to Healthcare in Stockton-on- Tees.

Professor Michael David WOOD, Historian and Broadcaster. For services to Public History and to Broadcasting.

Frances Mary Alexandra WOOLEY, lately General Counsel, Ofcom. For services to the Public Sector and Communications Regulation.

M.B.E.

To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Caroline ADAMS, Political Officer, Parliamentary Labour Party. For political service.

Professor Adewale Olukayode ADEBAJO, Consultant Rheumatologist, Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Inclusive Patient and to Public Involvement in Research.

Professor Alka Suraiprakash AHUJA, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Royal College of Psychiatrists (Wales). For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Kevin AITCHISON. For services to Wheelchair Rugby and to People with Disabilities.

Nwamaka Carol AKIWUMI, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Money4You. For services to Financial Education during Covid-19.

Professor Laurence John ALISON, Director of the National Centre for the Study of Critical Incident Decision Making, University of Liverpool. For services to Critical Incident Handling and to the NHS during Covid-19.

Dr. Nisreen ALWAN, Associate Professor in Public Health, Southampton University. For services to Medicine and Public Health during Covid-19.

Paul AMADI, Chief Support Officer, British Red Cross. For charitable services.

Carla ANDREWS, Founder and Managing Director, Motivated Minds. For services to Wellbeing in Essex.

Shane Peter ANDREWS, Project Operations Interface Specialist, Network Rail. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Norah AL-ANI, Director, Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre. For services to Social Justice and to Gender Equality.

Raymond ANTROBUS, Poet. For services to Literature.

Alan ARMSON. For services to the community in Northamptonshire.

Humza ARSHAD, Comedian and Writer. For services to Education.

Janet Cicely ARTHUR. For services to the community in Smeeton Westerby, Leicestershire.

Keith Henry Francis ASTON. For services to the community in Bristol.

Christine BAGLEY, Co-founder, Urban Outreach. For services to the community in Bolton, Greater Manchester, particularly during Covid-19.

David John BAGLEY, Co-founder, Urban Outreach. For services to the community in Bolton, Greater Manchester, particularly during Covid-19.

Andrew BAKER, Founder, Play2Give. For services to Charity.

Anne Isobel BAKER, Volunteer Fundraiser, NSPCC. For charitable services, particularly during Covid-19.

David Edward BALLARD. For services to Education, to Health and to Social Care.

John BAMFORD, Patient Safety Campaigner. For services to Patient Safety in the NHS.

Peter John BARHAM. For services to Maritime Sector.

Detective Inspector Lee BARNARD, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing and to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Monica BARNES, Chair, Resident Strategy Group, Optivo. For services to Social Housing.

Douglas Gordon Fleming BARROW, Member, Court of Common Council and lately Chairman, Police Authority Board, City of London. For services to the Maritime Sector and to the City of London.

Hannah BARRY, Founder, Hannah Barry Gallery. For services to Contemporary Art in London.

Gregory John BARTON, Specialist Pharmacist, Critical Care and Burns, St. Helens and Knowsley NHS Teaching Hospitals Trust and Chair, United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association, Critical Care Group. For services to Pharmacy, particularly during Covid-19.

George Arthur Somers HERVEY-BATHURST, Founder, Ben Bathurst Memorial Trust. For voluntary service to Armed Forces Personnel and to their Families.

Kathleen BEAVAN. For services to Agriculture.

Sacha BEDDING, Chief Executive Officer, The Wharton Trust. For services to the community in Hartlepool particularly, during Covid-19.

Jacqueline Mary BELL, Owner and Manager, Jaybees Nursery, Lochmaben. For services to Education and to Charity.

Christine Dominique BERESFORD, Chair of Trustees, Whitchurch Silk Mill Trust and Winchester Military Museum. For services to Cultural Heritage in Hampshire.

Dr. Thomas Bernard Nicholas BEST, Clinical Director, Critical Care, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Critical Care, particularly during Covid-19.

Rabinder Nath BHANOT, J.P. For services to Wellbeing and Community Action, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Harnovdeep Singh BHARAJ, Consultant, Diabetes and General Medicine, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust. For services to People with Diabetes in the South Asian Community.

Mark William Charles BIGNELL, Chief Executive, Hamohaze House. For services to People with Problematic Use of Alcohol and Other Substances in Plymouth.

Colin BILLINGSLEY, Customer Service Lead, Work and Health North West, Department for Work and Pensions. For public and charitable services.

Margaret SIMMONS-BIRD, Director of Education Transformation, Bath and North East Somerset Council. For services to Education.

Alan Henry BLACK. For services to the community in South Armagh.

Nicola BLACK, Head, Parkhead Community Nursery. For services to Pre-School Education and to the community in Glasgow.

Elizabeth Ann BLADES. For services to the community in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

Colleen Isla BLAIR, Regional Swimming Development Manager, Scottish Swimming and Open Water Adventurer. For services to Swimming.

Anne BLAKE. For services to Adults with Learning Disabilities in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.

Rosalind BLUNDELL, Product Manager, Digital, Data and Technology Team, Home Office. For services to Immigration and Border Technology.

Laura Claire BOUNDS, Managing Director, Kent Crisps. For services to International Trade.

Daniel Legh BROOKS, Chief Executive Officer, Virtual Human Resources. For services to International Trade.

Paul Vincent BROOKS, Director of Patient Experience, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare Leadership.

Dr. Anna Victoria BROWN, Head of Plant Health, Forestry and Contingency, Forestry Commission. For services to Forest Pathology.

Cheryl-Lee BROWN. For services to Children and to Families in Midlothian.

Richard Christopher BROWN, Co-chair, Ataxia UK. For services to People with Disabilities and to the community in Middle Barton, Oxfordshire.

Dr. Alistair BURN, Principal Specialist, Water and Pollution.
For voluntary service to Nature Conservation in Cambridgeshire.

Robert Geoffrey BURROW. For services to Rugby and to Motor Neurone Disease Awareness during Covid-19.

Jacqueline BURT, Chair, Brain Injury Social Work Group. For services to People with Brain Injuries.

Kevin James BYRNE, Managing Director, Seymour Civil Engineering. For services to Business and to Skills.

Captain Barbara CAMPBELL, Master, Jubilee Sailing Trust. For services to the Vulnerable.

Christine Nancy CAMPBELL, Culture Collection Manager, Scottish Association for Marine Science. For services to Marine Science.

Richard John CAMPBELL. For services to the community in the West Midlands.

Rupert Michael HAY-CAMPBELL, Head of Architecture, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament and to the community in Essex.

Lawrence Victor CANTLE. For services to Megacentre in Rayleigh,

Essex. Professor Kristian BOWLES, Consultant Haematologist and Associate

Medical Director of Research and Innovation, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Norman BOXALL, Volunteer, Boys' Brigade and Scouts. For voluntary service to Young People.

Lesley BRAIDEN, lately Academic Registrar, Newcastle University. For services to Higher Education.

Professor Mark Alan BRANDON, Professor of Polar Oceanography, Open University. For services to Polar Science.

Anne Viensouk KEOTHAVONG BRETHERTON. For services to Tennis.

Rosemary Elizabeth BREWSTER, Senior Physiotherapist, Roxburghe House Hospice, Royal Victoria Hospital, Dundee. For services to End of Life Care.

Andrew David BRIGGS, Volunteer, NSPCC. For services to Children.

Michael David BRIGGS, Executive Director, East Belfast Community Development Agency. For services to the Voluntary Sector and to the community in East Belfast.

Diana Marilyn BRITTEN. For services to Aerobatics and charity.

Professor Dawn June BROOKER, Professor, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester. For services to People Affected by Dementia.

Derek CAPPER. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland.

Lisa Jane CAPPER, lately Chair, National Deaf Children's Society. For services to Young People.

Hazel CARSON. For services to People with Genetic High Risk of Cancer in Northern Ireland.

Norman CARSON. For services to Charity and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Jonathan CARTER, Chief Engineer Stealth, Atlas Elektronik UK. For services to Naval Operational Effectiveness.

Halima Jade CASSELL, Sculptor. For services to Art.

Philip CASSIDY, Global Executive Vice President, Concentrix.
For services to Entrepreneurship, to Business and to the Economy in Northern Ireland.

Alison Judith BAILEY CASTELLINA, Technical Standards Lead, Heat Networks, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Consumer Protection and to Diversity and Inclusion.

Dr. Katrina CATHIE, Consultant Paediatrician, University Hospital Southampton. For services to Paediatrics and the Covid-19 Response.

Julie CAWTHORNE, Infection, Prevention and Control Assistant Chief Nurse and Clinical Director, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing and the Covid-19 Response.

Professor Barbara Lesley CHADWICK, Professor of Paediatric Dentistry and Director, Education and Students School of Dentistry, Cardiff University. For services to Paediatric Dental Health.

Dawn CHEETHAM. For services to Business and to the community in Lancashire.

Dr. Anand John CHITNIS, General Practitioner, The Castle Practice, Birmingham. For services to the NHS, Mental Health and Disabilities.

Aquiline CHIVINGE, Senior Nurse Research Leader, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Patients from Ethnic Minority Backgrounds.

Lynne CHRISTOPHER, Deputy Principal, Isle of Wight College. For services to Further Education.

Jill HUDSON-CLARK, Foster Carer, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. For services to Fostering in Berkshire.

Michael Ewan CLARKE. For services to Public Libraries and voluntary service in London during Covid-19.

Dr. Peter CLARKE. For services to the Outer Hebrides and to the community in Tottenham, London.

Sarah Elizabeth CLARKE, (Sarah McDonald), Director and Lead Nurse, Adult Critical Care and Major Trauma Operational Delivery Networks, Cheshire and Merseyside. For services to Nursing and to the Covid-19 Response.

Steven CLARKE, Managing Director, Bidford Wholesale Depots. For services to the Vulnerable during Covid-19.

Jonty CLAYPOLE, Director, BBC Arts. For services to the Creation of the Culture in Quarantine Virtual Festival of Arts during Covid-19.

Barbara Maureen CLINE. For services to the community in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Pamela Fry CLOUSTON, J.P. For services to the community in North East England.

Emma COBLEY, Principal, Foxes Academy Residential SEN College. For services to Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Professor Geoffrey Allan CODD, F.R.S.E., Emeritus Professor of Microbiology, University of Dundee. For services to Water Quality.

Caroline COLLENDER, Homeless Outreach Worker, South London District, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the Homeless.

Shirley Jane COLLIER, lately Chair of Governors, York College. For services to Further Education.

Janette COLLINS, Founder, Crib Youth Intervention. For services to Reducing Re-offending.

Lynda COLSTON, Learning Design Manager, People and Capability Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Mental Health Learning.

Jane COMEAU, Chair of the Board, Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years, Kent. For services to Education.

Jill CONSTANTINE, Director, Arts Council Collection. For services to the Arts.

Jacky COPPING, Deputy Director of Nursing, James Paget University Hospitals NHS. For services to Nursing, particularly during Covid-19.

Dr. Evelyn Jane CORNER, Physiotherapist and Lecturer,
Brunel University. For services to Health Education during Covid-19.

Gillian COULTARD. For services to Football.

Julie COVENEY, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Philip John COWBURN, Consultant in Emergency Medicine,
South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and Great Western Air Ambulance. For services to Emergency Medicine and to the Covid-19 Response.

Anita Olwen CREECH, Regional Manager, Immigration Enforcement International, Home Office. For services to Border Security.

Bradley Jay CRESWICK, lately Leader, Royal Northern Sinfonia. For services to Music.

Susan CROCKER, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Head of Community, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, City of London and London Borough of Hackney. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

David William Courtie CROSBY, Chair of the Corporation, Hugh Baird College, Bootle. For services to Further Education in Merseyside.

Philip Roy CROSS, Co-founder, Starcross Youth Theatre. For services to Young People in Wolverhampton.

Robert CROSS, Chairman, North Midlands Branch, Gurkha Welfare Trust. For services to Gurkha Veterans.

Elizabeth Jane CRUMP, National Strategic Lead, What Next? For services to the Arts.

Sylvia May CUNDELL, Senior Crown Prosecutor, East of England, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order.

Debra CURD, Leader, Social Work Services, Swindon Borough Council. For services to Children and to Young People.

Alan CURTIS. For services to Welsh Football.

Carla Jane CUTHBERTSON, Co-founder, Brothers in Arms.
For services to Charitable Fundraising for Armed Forces Charities.
Thomas Douglas CUTHBERTSON, Co-founder, Brothers in Arms.
For services to Charitable Fundraising for the Armed Forces Charities.

Caroline CUTTS, Operational Director, Children and Families, London Borough of Redbridge. For services to Children, to Young People and to Families.

Simon DANCIGER, Chair, OSO Arts Centre. For services to the community in Barnes, Greater London, particularly during Covid-19.

Leonard Arnold DANIELS. For services to the community in Somerset.

Wayne Mark DARCH, Head of Operations, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience, Response and Specialist Practice, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the Emergency Services and the Covid-19 Response.

Craig Ashley DAVID, Singer, Songwriter and Record Producer. For services to Music.

Rachel Jacqueline DAVIS, Headteacher, Little Sutton School, West Midlands. For services to Education.

Alan Roger MARYON-DAVIS, Chair, Public Health Advisory Group, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. For services to Public Health.

Susan Anne DEAVES. For services to Athletics.

Jill Lisbeth DEMILEW, lately Consultant Midwife, Public Health, Kings College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Midwifery.

Dr. Fiona Claire DEMPSEY, Consultant, Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, Somerset NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.

Karen DEVERELL, Chief Executive, Mendip YMCA. For services to Young People in Somerset.

Linda Anne DIAMOND, Volunteer, Jewish Lads' and Girls' Brigade. For voluntary service to Young People.

Robert DICK, Head Coach, Scottish Disability Bowls. For services to Disability Sport.

Anna Louise DIXON, Chief Executive, Centre for Ageing Better. For services to Wellbeing in Later Life.

Katie DODD. For services to Hockey.

Diane DODSWORTH, Head of Nursing and Critical Care, Parkside Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Carol DOGGETT, Senior Matron, Intensive Care, Morriston Hospital, Swansea. For services to Leadership and Nursing Care for Intensive Care Patients and Staff, particularly during Covid-19.

Gerard Francis DONNELLY, Team Leader, People and Capability group, Apprenticeship team for services to Social Mobility.

David Keay DORWARD, Chairman, Dundee Bairns. For services to Children and Families in Dundee.

Anne-Marie DOUGLAS, Work Coach, Work and Health Services, South London District, Department for Work and Pensions.
For services to Care Leavers in South London.

Charles Wesley DUNCAN. For voluntary service to Military Veterans.

Itiola DUROJAIYE, Diversity Policy Adviser, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Diversity.

Avinash DUSSARAM, Members Services Officer, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Sally Jane DYNEVOR, Actress. For services to Drama.

Phillip EAGLEN, Volunteer Mechanic and Shore Crew Member, Wells Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

David Roy EARLE, Founder, Tribus. For voluntary and charitable services.

Matthew ELLISON, Founder, Huntingdon's Disease Youth Organisation. For voluntary and charitable services.

Tracy Helen ETIENNE, Family Legal Team Manager, Cheshire and Merseyside, H.M. Courts and Tribunals Service. For services to the Administration of Justice.

David EVANS, Consultant Neonatologist, North Bristol NHS Trust. For services to Neonatology and Medical Education, particularly during Covid-19.

The Reverend David John Goronwy EVANS, (Goronwy Evans). For services to Charity and to the community in Lampeter, West Wales.

Diana EVANS. For services to Heritage.

Emma Samantha EVANS. For services to Goalball and to Athletes with Visual Impairments.

Pauline EVANS, Senior Manager, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement.

Paul John FENTON, Director, Estates and Facilities, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.

Laura Patricia ALCOCK-FERGUSON, Founding Director, Campaign to End Loneliness. For services to People Experiencing Loneliness in Later Life.

Pauline FIELDING, Founder, RoadPeace North West. For services to Road Safety.

Charles David Mcquistan FLEAR. For services to Health, to Community Care and to the community in Caithness.

Lee Alexander FLETCHER, Director of Extended Services, Tudor Grange Academy, Kingshurst. For services to Education in Birmingham.

Rosemary FLETCHER, Volunteer. For voluntary service to the NHS Forth Valley Royal Hospital during Covid-19.

Karen FLOOD, Co-chair, Cross-Government National Learning Disability Board. For services to People with Learning Disabilities.

Ronald FLOWERS. For services to Football.

Courtney-Jane FOLEY, Project Manager, PPE Procurement, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence during the Covid-19 Response.

James FORD, lately Foster Carer, Plymouth Fostering Services. For services to Fostering.

Valerie FORD, lately Foster Carer, Plymouth Fostering Services. For services to Fostering.

Evelyn FORDE, Headteacher, Copthall School, Mill Hill. For services to Education in the London Borough of Barnet.

Denzil FORRESTER, Artist. For services to Art. Jonathan FREEMAN. For charitable services.

Dr. June Patricia FREEMAN, Founder Member, Colchester Refuge. For services to the Women's Refuge Movement in Colchester, Essex.

Mark Christopher Edward FREEMAN, President, Libraries Connected. For services to the Public Libraries Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 response.

Michael William FREER, Prison Officer, H.M. Prison Hull. For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service.

Sally GALLAGHER, Technical Specialist, Environment Agency. For services to Groundwater Environment and to the Protection of Communities.

Ismail Mohammed GANGAT, Founder and Proprietor, Azhar Academy Girls' School, Forest Gate. For services to Education in East London.

Joseph GARCIA, Director of Operations, South East Coast Ambulance Trust. For services to Emergency Response particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Frederick Giovanni Maria ST GEORGE, Co-founder, the Italian Job. For services to Charity.

Peter Mark GLOVER, Ambulance Technician and Link Worker,
South East Coast Ambulance Service. For services to the NHS and to the Community First Response Programme.

John GODDEN, Chief Executive Officer, Salutem Care and Education. For services to the Vulnerable, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Professor Keith Malcolm GODFREY, Medical Doctor and Clinical Scientist, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Southampton. For services to Medicine during the Covid-19 Response.

Derek Charles GOODWIN. For services to the Study of Fish Populations in Cornwall.

James Russell GOULDIE, Supply Chain Director for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, Bidford. For services to the Vulnerable, during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Roganie GOVENDER, Consultant, Clinical Academic Speech and Language Therapist. For services to Speech and Language Therapy.

Anita GOYAL. For services to Diversity and to Female Empowerment.

Dr. Paul GRANT, Molecular Virology Scientific and Research and Development Lead, Health Services Laboratories. For services to Healthcare Science during the Covid-19 Response.

James Peter GREAVES. For services to Football.

Jason GREENWOOD, Delivery Manager, Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal. For services to the Administration of Justice, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Gary GREWAL, UK Liaison Officer. For services to Defence. Ray GRIFFITHS. For services to Mountain Rescue.

Sarah Ellen GRIFFITHS. For charitable services to People with Disabilities.

Dr. Mohammad Tayyab HAIDER, Medical Director, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response and to the community in Essex.

Simon Mark HALDEN, Founder and Campaign Leader, Sarah Greene Breakthrough Tribute Fund. For services to Cancer Fundraising.

Caroline HALFHIDE. For services to the community in Martock, Somerset during the Covid-19 Response.

Anna Louise HALLAS, National Domestic Manager, Compass Group. For services to the NHS.

Mohammad Imran HAMID. For services to Youth Empowerment and Social Welfare Projects.

David Andrew HAMILTON, Founder, Phoenix Dance Theatre. For services to Dance.

Kevin George HAMMETT. For services to Voluntary Fundraising.

Special Chief Officer Katherine Elizabeth Ann HANCOCK, Warwickshire Police. For services to Policing.

Florence HAND, Health and Wellbeing Manager, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to the Homeless.

Dr. Amir Simon HANNAN, General Practitioner, Haughton Thornley Medical Centre. For services to General Practice in Hyde and Haughton Green, Metropolitan Borough of Tameside.

Dr. Richard HARLING, Director, Health and Care, Staffordshire County Council. For services to Public Health and Adult Social Care, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Robert Roden HARRIS, Volunteer, H.M. Coastguard. For services to Voluntary Search and Rescue.

Stewart Christopher HARRIS, Headteacher, Phoenix School for Autism, Language and Commnication, Bow, London. For services to Children and Young People with Autism and to their Families.

Dr. Paul HARRISON, Clinical Director, Black Country Pathology Services. For services to Pathology in the West Midlands, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Carol Ann HART, Head of Volunteer and Community Services, Association of Jewish Refugees. For services to the Jewish community during Covid-19.

Arthur David HARVERD, Chairman, Enemy Property Claims Assessment Panel. For services to Arbitration.

Ian Aubrey McDonald HARVEY. For services to Agriculture and to Charity in Northern Ireland.

Bethan EATON-HASKINS, Director, Quality and Chief Nurse, South East Coast Ambulance Service. For services to Nursing, particularly during Covid-19.

Nichola HAY, Chief Operating Officer, Estio Training and lately Director, Outsource Learning and Development. For services to Apprenticeships and to Charity.

Christine HAYES, lately Systems, Analytics and Reward Officer, Ulster University. For services to Higher Education.

Peter Nigel HEAP. For charitable services to the community in Essex. Robert HEARD. For services to the Arts and to Charitable Fundraising.

Mursal HEDAYAT, Founder, Chatterbox. For services to Social Enterprise, to Technology and to the Economy.

Claire HENDERSON, Head of Department, Quality Careers and International Development, South Eastern Regional College. For services to Further Education in Northern Ireland.

Emma Victoria HENDERSON, Co-founder, Project Wingman. For services to Charity during Covid-19.

Mercedes Jill Ursula HENNING, Headteacher, Holy Trinity Church of England Primary Academy, Cheverell. For services to Education in Wiltshire.

Laura Josephine HENRY, Managing Director, Laura Henry Consultancy. For services to Education.

Dr. Katherine HEWLETT, Glass Tutor, Working Men's College. For services to Further Education and to Charity in London.

Detective Sergeant Janet HILLS, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing and to Community Relations.

Dorothy Anne HILSLEY, Headteacher, Yester Primary School, Gifford. For services to Education in East Lothian.

Dr. Timothy Boon Leong HO, Medical Director, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Joanne HOBBS, Chief Executive Officer, British Youth Council. For professional and voluntary services to Young People.

Patricia HOLLAND. For services to the community in Buxton and High Peak, Derbyshire.

Emily Jayne HOLLIS, Director of Teaching and Learning, Woodcote High School, Coulsdon. For services to Education in the London Borough of Croydon.

Stephen HOLMES, Service Director, Adult Social Care, Northumberland County Council. For services to Adult Social Care during Covid-19.

Sarah Elizabeth HOPE, Founder, Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope.
For services to Child Amputees and Road Accident Victims in London.

Damian HOPLEY. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Chief Inspector Hobibul HOQUE, Bedfordshire Police. For services to Policing and Community Cohesion.

Sharon HOWELL. For charitable services in Hertfordshire.

Derek Andrew HOWLAND, lately Principal Production Consultant, Ordnance Survey. For services to National Mapping.

William Joseph HUMPHREY, MLA, Member of the Northern Ireland Legislative Assembly for North Belfast. For public service, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Andrew John HURST, Chief Executive, One Dance UK. For services to Dance, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Teresa Ann HURST. For political service in St Helen's, Merseyside.

Dr. Gareth HYNES, Specialty Registrar, Respiratory Medicine, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Medical Education during Covid-19.

Olay Yinka ILORI, Designer. For services to Design.

Kevin Robert INGRAM. For charitable and voluntary services in Solihull, West Midlands.

Suzanne Elizabeth MIELL-INGRAM, Makaton Tutor and Director, Singing Hands. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Catherine Jane IRWIN, Volunteer, Girl Guides. For services to Girlguiding.

Moinul ISLAM, Founder and Project Manager, Outta Skool North West. For services to Sport and Education in the community, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Syeda ISLAM. For services to the community in Battersea, Greater London, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard JACKSON, lately Head of Operations and Regional Media, Conservative Party. For public and political service.

Rodney JAMES, Foster Carer, Oxfordshire County Council. For services to Fostering.

Rosalie JAMES, Foster Carer, Oxfordshire County Council. For services to Fostering.

Dr. Fiona Charlton JENKINS, Executive Director of Therapies and Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and Interim Executive Director of Therapies and Health Sciences, Cwn Taf Morgannwg University Health Board. For services to Healthcare.

Mary Gabrielle JENNINGS, (Mary McGrath), Chief Executive Officer, FoodCycle. For professional and voluntary services to Disadvantaged People.

Maria KEAVENEY-JESSIMAN, Principal, Eveline Nursery Chain and Eveline Day School, London. For services to Education.

Michelle JOHNSON, Chief Nurse, Whittington Health NHS Trust. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Robert Cameron JOHNSTON, Regional Director, Duke of Edinburgh's Award. For services to Young People.

Shravan Jashvantrai JOSHI. For services to Diversity and to the British Hindu community.

Jinjer KANDOLA, Chief Executive, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust. For services to Mental Health, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Professor Hora SOLTANI-KARBASCHI, Professor of Maternal and Infant Health, Sheffield Hallam University. For services to Higher Education and to Maternal and Infant Health.

Declan Michael KAVANAGH. For services to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Ryan Lawrence KELLEY, Chief Executive, Whitmore Vale Housing Association. For services to Social Care in Surrey.

Carmen June KELLY, Member of Management Committee, Cruse Bereavement Care. For services to Bereaved People in Hertfordshire.

John KIELY. For services to the community in Coventry.

Laura Jane KING, Founder, John King Brain Tumour Foundation. For charitable and voluntary services to People with Brain Tumours.

Sarah Margaret KINGSLAND, (Sally Kingsland), Senior Clinical Quality Manager, Regional Infection Prevention and Control Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement, London Region. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

John KIRKPATRICK. For services to Folk Music.

Brian Douglas KNIGHT. For services to the community in Bognor Regis and Littlehampton, West Sussex.

Lisa Elizabeth KNIGHT, Chief Nurse, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Stuart Howard LAMB, Chairman, William Lamb Group. For services to Business and Skills and to the community in Yorkshire.

Steven-Mark LANGLEY, Project Delivery Manager, Digital Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Disability Accessibility Improvement and to Charity.

Alan Brian LAZARUS, Co-founder and Secretary, Jewish Association for Mental Illness. For services to Mental Health in the Jewish Community.

Kim LEADBEATER, Ambassador, Jo Cox Foundation and Chair, More in Common Batley and Spen. For services to Social Cohesion, to the community in Batley, West Yorkshire and to Combatting Loneliness during Covid-19.

Janet Olwen LEAR, Founder and Headteacher, Black Country Wheels School, Stourbridge. For services to Education in the West Midlands.

Richard Royce LEE, Q.A.M., National Response Co-ordinator, St John Ambulance. For services to Healthcare during Covid-19.

Dr. Maria Bernice LENN, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, the Suited and Booted Centre. For services to the Unemployed in London.

Kim LEWINGTON, Charity Development Programme, Fly2Help. For services to Diversity in Aviation.

Simon LEWIS, Head of Crisis Response, British Red Cross.
For services to Crisis Response and to Healthcare during Covid-19.

Ann LOVELACE, Volunteer, the Orpheus Centre. For services to Young People with Disabilities in Godstone, Surrey.

Joyce Margaret LOVELAND. For services to Foster Care in Moray. Ronald Alexander LOVELAND. For services to Foster Care in Moray.

Susanne LYNCH, Head, Medicines Management, South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group and Southport and Formby Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to Pharmacy, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Kenneth Neil MacDONALD. For voluntary service to Dentistry Abroad.

Dr. Natalie-Jane Anne MacDONALD, Chief Executive Officer, Sunrise Senior Living UK and Gracewell Healthcare and Chair, Nuffield Health. For services to Healthcare, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Judith Martha Tsitsi MACHIWENYIKA, Nurse Consultant, Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing and to BAME Equality, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Kenneth MacKAY. For services to the community in Rhenigidale, Western Isles.

David James MAHONEY, Chief Operating Officer, England and Wales Cricket Board. For services to Sport.

Veronica MAIN. For services to Straw Hat Plaiting and Endangered Crafts Skills.

Abdul MAJID. For services to Integration in Glasgow and to Charity in Scotland and Abroad.

Martin Paul MANN, Chair, Special Olympics. For services to People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Sally Clare CHALLIS-MANNING, Principal, Brinsbury College, Pulborough. For services to Further Education in West Sussex.

Raymond Alfred Stradling MARSH. For voluntary service to Wildlife and Conservation on Skippers Island, Essex.

Fiorella MASSEY, Chair, Friends of the Mental Health Foundation. For services to Education.

Michael MASTER. For services to Wildlife and Conservation in Hertfordshire and Middlesex.

Robert MATHER, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Against Malaria Foundation. For services to Medicine and to Charity.

Alexander John Hilton MAYFIELD, Supply Chain and Operations Director, Brakes Supply. For services to the Food Supply Chain and to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Duncan Ferguson McDONALD. For services to Scottish Traditional Music.

John Charles Kenneth McDOWELL, Director, Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd. For services to Industry and to Charity in Northern Ireland.

Karen McDOWELL, Station Commander, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service and to the LGBTQ community.

William Thompson McELHINNEY, lately Principal, Ashlea Primary School, Londonderry. For services to Primary Education in Northern Ireland.

David Alistair McGOWAN. For services to Sport and to Reconciliation in Northern Ireland.

Alyson McGREGOR, (Alyson Watson), National Director, Altogether Better. For services to Collaborative Practice and Service Development in the NHS.

John Warren McGUINNESS. For services to Motorcycle Racing.

Brenda McHUGH, Founder, Pears Family School. For services to Education.

Helen Elizabeth McHUGH. For services to Education and to the Methodist Church in Northern Ireland.

George Philip McKENZIE, Chair, Port William Inshore Rescue Service. For services to Maritime Safety in Scotland.

Darren McMAHON, Youth Worker, PACT. For voluntary service to Young People in Stanley, County Durham.

Amanda McNAMEE, Principal, Lagan College. For services to Education in Northern Ireland.

Nigel William Whiteley MELLOR, Chair, Emmaus Merseyside. For services to the Homeless and Disadvantaged in Merseyside.

Greta MENDEZ. For services to Dance.

Maxwell John MILBURN. For services to Fundraising, especially for St Nicholas Hospice, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Andrew James MILLER, Arts Consultant and Broadcaster. For services to Disability Awareness in the Cultural Industry.

Paul Malcolm MILLER, Senior Manager Health, Safety and Environment, ASDA Stores Ltd. For services to Retail Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Liz Jane MILLS. For services to the community in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Alexandra Gail MILNE, Staff Commander, First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. For services to Emergency Incident Response and to the Covid-19 Response in London.

Arpal MOEZARIA, Attendance and Wellbeing Champion, Risk and Intelligence Service, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Staff Wellbeing.

Dr. Alison MONAGHAN, Principal Geologist, British Geological Survey. For services to Geology.

Harry MOORE, Voluntary Founder and Chair, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People and Co-founder, the Laura Centre. For services to Young People and to Charity in Leicester.

Janet Enid MORGAN, Founder, Lithuanian Orphans Support Trust. For voluntary and charitable services.

Emma MORRIS, Chief Executive Officer, Stop Abuse For Everyone. For services to Victims of Abuse and to Charity.

Paul Jonathan MORRIS, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Addmaster UK Ltd. For services to Exports.

Hamid MOTRAGHI, lately Chair, Home Office Race Network and Chair, Civil Service Race Forum. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Dorota Anna MROZ, Editor and Digital Publishing Director, TES. For services to Education.

Carol MUSGRAVE, lately Manager, North Warwickshire Citizens' Advice. For services to the Voluntary Sector and to the community in Warwickshire.

Ruchi NANDA, lately Account Manager, Department for International Trade. For services to Trade, to Investment and to Business Support.

Gary NEEVE, Officer, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security.

Yvonne NEWBOLD, Founder, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, Violent and Challenging Behaviour Project. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and to their Families.

Ashley NICHOLSON, President, UK Harbour Masters Association and Senior Harbour Master, Forthports Ltd. For services to Women in the Maritime Sector.

Janice NICHOLSON, Strategic Lead, No Wrong Door, North Yorkshire. For services to Children.

Khairun NISA, Foster Carer, Leeds City Council. For services to Fostering.

Eunice Margery NORMAN. For services to the community in Gillingham, Kent.

Justine Patricia NORRIS, Community Mental Health Occupational Therapist, Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Laura Jane NORRIS, Head of Strategy and Policy for Specialised Services, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Karen Lesley O'BRIEN, Regional Chief Pharmacist and Controlled Drug Accountable Officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement, North West Region. For services to Pharmacy and Patient Safety, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Alan James ODDIE, Founder, Ride High. For services to the community in Milton Keynes.

Michael John O'NEILL, Chairman, Keighley Cougars. For services to Rugby League Football, the community in Keighley, West Yorkshire and charity during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Richard William ORD. For services to Hospitality and Regeneration in South Tyneside.

Richard Hugh OSGOOD, Senior Archaeologist, Defence Infrastructure Organisation. For services to Defence and to Heritage.

Mohamed Hazrath Haleem OSSMAN. For services to the Sri Lankan Muslim Community in the UK.

Amanda Elizabeth Lavinia OWEN, Health and Safety Director, Heathrow Airport. For services to Transport particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David Fraser OWEN. For services to Scouting.

Special Chief Officer Mark OWEN, North Wales Police. For services to Policing and the community in North Wales, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Thomas Huw OWEN, Founder and Managing Director, Owens Group. For services to Employment and to the community in Llanelli and South Wales.

Daniel Leonard OWENS, Online Grocery Development Manager, Asda Stores Ltd. For services to Retail Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Catherine Julie PALMER, Head, Change Governance, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. For services to Motorists.

Satyesh PARMAR, Consultant Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. For services to Oral and Maxillofacial Cancer Surgery.

Richard PASKELL, Western Beacons Mountain Rescue Team. For services to Mountain Rescue and to the community in South Wales.

Catherine PATERSON, Founder, the Dochas Fund. For services to Healthcare and Social Care in Argyll and Bute.

Bhaven PATHAK. For services to Business and British Hinduism in the UK.

Jade-Shannon PATRICK, Founder, Daisy Chain Project, Sussex. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Harold George PATTEN. For services to African and Caribbean Dance.

Nigel PAYNE, Chair, Professional Jockeys Association. For services to British Horseracing and to Charity, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Ian Fryer PEAKE, Principal and Chief Executive, Herefordshire, Ludlow and North Shropshire College. For services to Education.

Christine PEARSON, Executive Director of Nursing, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David Frederick PEARSON, lately Trustee and Company Secretary, Thirtyone:eight. For services to Safeguarding the Vulnerable.

Patricia Jane Roughan PEASE, Associate Chief Nurse for Safeguarding, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities. For services to Nursing, Children, Safeguarding and Young People, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Gordon Charles PENROSE, Honorary President, Institute of Roofing. For services to the Roof Slating and Tiling Industry.

Christopher George PHILLIPS, Voluntary Pastoral Worker, Dame Agnes Weston's Royal Charity for the Naval Service. For voluntary services to the Royal Navy.

Tamsin PHIPPS. For voluntary services to Waterways and to Young People through Girlguiding UK.

Martin George PILGRIM, Trustee and Treasurer, Young Women's Trust. For services to Disadvantaged Children and Young People.

Mark Craig PILKINGTON, Combat System Engineer, Defence, Equipment and Support, Ministry of Defence. For services to Naval Operational Capability.

Pietra MELLO-PITTMAN, Co-founder, Sisters Grimm. For services to International Trade and to the Creative Industry.

Heather POPE, Clinical Director for Dental Services, East Cheshire NHS Trust. For services to Dental Treatment for the Vulnerable.

Emmi Rose POTELIAKHOFF, Provider Policy Director, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Nigel POULTON, Foster Carer, York City Council. For services to Fostering, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Rachel POULTON, Foster Carer, York City Council. For services to Fostering, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Marilyn Ann POUND, Chair of Governors, Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School, Ealing, London. For services to Education.

Bruce Lewis Hamilton POWELL, lately Chair of Trustees, Haberdashers' Aske's Federation and Treloar Trust. For services to Education.

Christine POWELL, National Manager, 111 Wales, Welsh Ambulance Service. For services to Healthcare and to the 111 Service in Wales.

Nigel Jonathan PRIESTLEY, Solicitor. For services to Children and Families.

Jo-Ann Elizabeth Pritchard PRINGLE, Programme Adviser, Childcare Works Leeds. For services to Education.

Saleem QUAZI, Team Leader, Office of the Regional Schools Commissioner, West Midlands. For services to Education.

Tim RAMSEY, Founder, Just Like Us. For services to Education and to LGBTQ Equality.

Alastair John RANKIN. For public and charitable services in Belfast.

Robert Kilpatrick RANKIN, Project Manager, Watt's Improved Safety Headguard. For services to Civil Engineering and to Innovation.

Professor David Maccauley REID, Volunteer Ambassador,
Royal Osteoporosis Society. For services to People with Osteoporosis and to Charity.

Judith Stella RHYS. For voluntary service to Health and Social Care.

Sharron ROBBIE, Managing Director, Devon and Cornwall Training Providers Network. For services to Apprenticeships and to Skills.

Margaret Grace ROBERTS, External Examiner and President, Institute of Education and Geographical Association. For services to Education.

Catherine ROBERTSON, Consultant Professor, University of Nottingham. For services to Occupational Therapy.

David John Marshall ROBINSON, Chairman of the Trustees,
The Robinson Memorial Hospital. For services to the Health Board and the Covid-19 Response in North Antrim.

Robert Andrew ROBINSON. For public and voluntary service in Powys.

Thomas Daniel ROBINSON. For voluntary service to Education in Larne, County Antrim.

Simone Monique RODEN, Headteacher, Ynysowen Community Primary School. For services to Education in Aberfan, Merthyr Tydfil.

Dr. Marilyn ROGERS, Midwife, Calderdale Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust and Founder, Calderdale Baby Cafe´. For services to Midwifery and Infant Feeding.

Amanda ROMAIN, Co-founder, The NHS Spitfire Project. For services to Charity and to Aircraft Restoration, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

John ROMAIN, Co-founder, The NHS Spitfire Project. For services to Charity and to Aircraft Restoration, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Chris SHIRLING-ROOKE, Chief Executive Officer, Mersey Maritime. For services to the Maritime Sector.

Timothy Robert ROOT, Assistant Head, NHS Specialist Pharmacy Service. For services to Pharmacy, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Gloria ROWLAND, Director of Midwifery, Barts Health NHS Trust. For professional and voluntary services to Midwifery.

George Philip Page ROYLE, Head of Delivery, Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For public service.

Vinay RUPARELLA, D.L. For services to Local Enterprise, to Tourism and to the community in Portsoy, Banffshire.

Jon Antony SASS. For services to the Restoration of UK Windmills and Watermills.

Ruth SAUNDERS. For services to charity during Covid-19.

Andrew John SAVAGE, Executive Director, Rail Heritage Trust. For services to the Railway Industry and Heritage.

Joy Louise SCOTT, Volunteer, MENCAP. For services to People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Northampton.

Deborah Patricia SCULLY, Deputy Principal, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. For services to Drama Training and Higher Education.

Victoria SELLICK, Chief Partnership Officer, Nesta. For services to Social Action.

Richard James SERCOMBE, Data Technologist, Brakes Technology Function. For services to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Constable Malique Jamal AL-SHABAZZ, Merseyside Police. For services to Policing and Ethnic Minority Communities in Merseyside.

Niraj Kumar SHARMA, Immigration Liaison Officer, Immigration Enforcement, Home Office. For public service.

Andrew SHELLEY, lately Chief Executive, World Squash Federation. For services to Squash.

Professor Lorraine SHERR, Professor of Clinical and Health Psychology, UCL, London. For services to Vulnerable Children and to Families.

Marie SHEVAS. For services to Charity in Cowdenbeath and Malawi. Stephen Daniel DE SILVA. For services to Heritage.

Joe SIMMONDS, Captain, Exeter Chiefs. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Cheryl Jane SIMPSON, Co-founder and Chief Executive, Space4autism. For services to the Community and to Autism.

Sunita Ben SINGAL, Diversity and Equality Lead, National Employer and Partnership Team, Department for Work and Pensions.
For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Mark Christopher SISWICK, Executive Headteacher, Chesterton Primary School, London. For services to Education.

David John SKINNER. For services to the community in Coventry, West Midlands.

John Robert SLEEP, Senior Officer, VAT Technical Consultant, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax Compliance.

Lynn SLOMAN, Founder, Transport for Quality of Life. For services to Transport.

Jean Shirley SMART, Director, Collin Care Group and Head, Mayfield Nursery, Glasgow. For services to Pre-School Education and to Charity.

Alison SMITH, Treasurer, SOS Rape Crisis, Southend on Sea.
For services to Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence in Essex.

Chris SMITH, Facilities Manager, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. For public service, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Colin SMITH. For services to Charitable Fundraising in Dover, Kent.

Lynn SMITH, Civilian Secretary, HQ 38 (Irish) Brigade, Northern Ireland Garrison. For services to Defence.

Joanna Angelina Helen SNOW, Matron, Intensive Care Unit, Kettering General Hospital. For services to the NHS and Patients, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David SOMERVILLE, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Tiger DE SOUZA, Volunteering and Inclusion Director, National Trust. For services to Volunteering in the Not-For-Profit Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Nicholas Peter SPEIGHT, HR Leader, The Co-operative Group. For services to the Food Supply Chain during Covid-19.

Katie Elizabeth SPENCER, (Katie Hitchen) Senior Manager, Lloyds Banking Group. For services to the Financial Services Sector during Covid-19.

Ella Louvaine SPIRA, Co-founder, Sisters Grimm. For services to International Trade and the Creative Industry.

Sasi SRINIVASAN, Early Years Manager, London Borough of Brent. For services to Education.

Dr. Gillian Penelope STAMP. For public and voluntary service.

John Michael STEVENSON. For Charitable Fundraising for Cancer Charities.

David Charles STEWART, Regional Director, Health Library and Knowledge Services North, Health Education England. For services to the NHS and voluntary service to Information Management.

Rosemary STEWART, Senior Private Secretary to the First Minister of Wales. For public service.

Peter James STRATTEN, Chief Executive Officer, British Gliding Association. For services to Aviation.

Chitra SUNDARAM. For services to the South Asian Dance Sector. Fiona Helen Turnbull SYMON. For services to Maritime Heritage.

Dr. Tamas SZAKMANY, Critical Care Consultant, Royal Gwent Hospital. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Andrew Stuart TAEE, Fundraiser, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS and to Charity.

Alex TAYLOR, Assistant Director, Readiness and Response, Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Dr. Peter Jayson TAYLOR. For services to the Jewellery and Silversmithing Industries.

Zoe Alison TAYLOR, Chief Executive Officer, Sparkol. For services to Exports.

Darren Kenneth TEALE, Founder, Junction 15 Productions.
For services to Media and to Vulnerable Communities in the UK and Abroad.

Stella Winifred THEBRIDGE, Principal Librarian, Schools and Reading, Warwickshire. For services to Public Libraries during Covid-19.

Christopher THOMAS, Deputy Director, H.M. Coastguard. For services to Voluntary Search and Rescue.

David THOMPSON. For services to Architecture and to the community in Norfolk.

Dr. Asha THOMSON, Speciality Dentist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Senior Clinical Leadership Fellow East Anglia NHS England and Senior Clinical Teacher in Oral Surgery, Kings College Hospital London. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Paul Joseph THOROGOOD, Chief Executive Officer, Football Foundation. For services to Football.

Claire Louise THROSSELL. For services to Children Experiencing Domestic Abuse.

Joanne THWAITE, Senior Scientist, Microbiology, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Raphaela THYNNE, Co-ordinator, Same Sex Marriage and Abortion Consultations, Northern Ireland Office. For services to Equality in Northern Ireland.

Carol Susan TILEY, South West Area Chairman, Sea Cadets. For voluntary service to Young People.

Susan TIPTON, Managing Director, Protocol Consultancy Services. For services to Apprenticeships and to Charity in the West Midlands.

Anjuu TREVEDI, Head, Regional Business Engagement, University of Leicester. For services to Business Innovation and to the Economy in Leicestershire.

Dr. Nigel John TRINGHAM, lately Editor, Victoria County History of Staffordshire. For services to Local History.

James David TROTT, Founder and volunteer, Brass for Africa.
For services to Disadvantaged Children and Young People in Liberia, Rwanda and Uganda.

Stephen James TROWBRIDGE, Managing Director, First City Nursing and Care. For services to Domiciliary Care during Covid-19.

Catherine TUITT. For services to the community in London.

Rajinder TUMBER, Cyber Security Executive, Ernst and Young. For services to the Cyber Security Industry.

Dr. Stephanie Joy TYLER. For services to Nature Conservation in the UK and Africa.

Shahab UDDIN, Director of Legal, British Olympic Association. For services to Sport during the Covid-19 Response.

Barry George UNDERWOOD, Lately Head of Distribution Services, Vote Office, House of Commons. For services to Parliament, particularly during the Covid-19 Response and voluntary service to Football.

Tracy Gale UPTON, Makaton Tutor, Singing Hands. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Manoj VARSANI, Founder, SOS Supplies. For services to Protective Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Kelly Ann VERE, Director of Technical Skills and Strategy, University of Nottingham. For services to Higher Education.

Mark Andrew VICKERS, Chief Executive, Olive Academies.
For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Dr. Shico VISUVANTHAN, Director, Infection Prevention and Control and Consultant Microbiologist, The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust. For services to Microbiology, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Felicity Ann WAGGETT. For services to Young People and to the community in Gloucestershire.

Claire WALDROM, Deputy Headteacher, Rosehill School, Nottingham. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Brendan Alan WARBURTON, Head Coach, Sheffield City Amateur Boxing Club. For services to Boxing and to the community in Sharrow, Sheffield.

Sarah Elizabeth Marilyn WARREN, Lecturer, Southern Regional College. For services to Education and Children in Northern Ireland.

Diana Ruth WASTENAGE. For services to the Agriculture.

David Karl WATERS. For services to Wildlife Conservation and to the Re-Introduction of Rare Native Species to the UK.

Sharon Monica WATSON D.L., lately Artistic Director, Phoenix Dance Theatre, Chief Executive and Principal, Northern School of Contemporary Dance. For services to Drama.

Alexander WATT, Founder and Chairman, Glasgow Eagles Sports Charity Club. For services to Young People with Additional Needs and Disabilities and to Community Cohesion in Glasgow.

Susan Dorothy OWEN-WEAVER, Founder, Change of Scene.
For voluntary service to Disadvantaged Young People in Surrey and Hampshire.

Samuel WEBB. For services to Architecture.

Stephen Leslie WEIR. For services to the Royal British Legion and to the community in County Antrim during Covid-19.

Neil WELLER, Chairman, London Apprenticeship Ambassador Network. For services to Education and to Skills.

Karen Jay WESPIESER, Chief Operations Officer, Parent Ping,
For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Joanne WHEELER, (Jo Verrent). For services to the Arts and to People with Disabilities.

Michael James WHISTLER, Volunteer, Southend-on-Sea Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

Kimberley Ann WIDE, Chief Executive Officer, Take A Part Community Interest Company. For services to Social Engagement in the Arts in South West England.

Dr. Heather Ann WILLIAMS, Consultant Medical Physicist for Nuclear Medicine, Christie NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion in Science.

Karen Hazel WILLIAMS, Foster Carer, Plymouth City Council. For services to Fostering.

Dean John WILSON, J.P. For public and voluntary service in South East London.

Jacquie WINNING, Centre Manager, Forth Valley Sensory Centre. For services to People with Sensory Loss during the Covid-19 Response.

Kelda WOOD, Chief Executive Officer, Climbing Out. For charitable services.

Thomas WOOD, Founder, Help 4 Homeless Veterans Charity. For charitable services during Covid-19.

Lindy WOODAGE, Staff Officer, Devon and Cornwall Police.
For services to Policing and Civil Contingency Planning, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Barbara Dorothy WORRALL, Founder and Chair, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) North West. For services to Parents of Young People with ADHD.

Irvine Alan WORTHINGTON, Founder, Triangle of Care. For services to Mental Health Patients and their Carers.

Glynis WRIGHT, Founder and Head of Practice, Glynis Wright Ltd Solicitors. For services to Female Entrepreneurship.

Robert WRIGHT. For services to Amateur Boxing and to Young People in Parson Cross, Sheffield.

Roland Edward WYCHERLEY, Chairman, Shrewsbury Town Football Club. For services to the community in Shrewsbury.

Haleema YOUSAF, Team Leader, Fair Access and School Exclusions, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

(CIVIL DIVISION)

B.E.M.

Pam ABBOTT, Community Champion, Wm Morrisons Supermarkets plc. For services to Community Engagement in Wakefield during the Covid-19 Response.

Rachel ADAM, Project Director, Museums Northumberland Bait. For services to Arts and Culture.

David ADAMSON, Honorary Chieftain, Burntisland Highland Games. For services to Athletics and to the community in Burntisland, Fife.

Rhammel Emmanual Basil AFFLICK. For services to the community in London.

Samira AHMAD, Assistant Scientific Officer, Animal and Plant Health Agency. For services to Animal Health during the Covid-19 Response and to the community in Woking, Surrey.

Dr. Azeem ALAM, Co-Founder, BiteMedicine and Junior Doctor, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Medical Education during Covid-19.

Maxine Ann ALLAN, Chief Executive Officer and Trustee, Whiteley's Retreat. For services to Young People with Cancer and NHS Front Line Workers in Ayr during the Covid-19 Response.

Jason ALLEN, Youth Worker, St Mary's Centre. For services to Young People in North West London.

Alexander John ANDERSON. For voluntary and charitable services to People with Autism in Caerleon-on-Usk, Wales.

Richard ANDREWS. For services to the community in Portchester, Hampshire.

Gillian Elizabeth ANGEL, Community Development Officer,
RAF Scampton. For services to Royal Air Force Personnel and their Families.

Peter John ANSELL. For services to Seal Conservation in Norfolk.

Harry Mario AQUILINA, Firefighter, London Fire Brigade. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Elizabeth Caroline ARMSTRONG. For services to Archaeology and to the community in Norwich.

Kenneth Edward ASHBY, lately Watch Commander, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the community in Suffolk and to the Firefighters Charity.

Richard Anthony ASHMAN, Library Co-ordinator, City College, Southampton. For services to Further Education.

Yasin Matthew Ross EL ASHRAFI, Founder, HQ Recording Studio, Leicester. For services to Young People, to Music and to Mentoring.

Arnold Wilson ASHWORTH. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Whitworth.

Fiona AUTY, Head of Government Relations, National Physical Laboratory. For services to Science and Engineering Communication.

Keith Andrew AXBEY, Cub Scout Leader. For services to Scouting and Canoeing in Surrey and South West London.

Samantha Jane AXBEY. For voluntary service to Girlguiding in Wimbledon, London.

David BAILEY, Northumbrian Piper. For services to Music.

Kirsty BAIRD. For services to Singing, to Mental Health and to the community in Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians, during the Covid-19 Response.

Ann Mary BALL. For services to the community in Shoreham, Kent.

Lisa BARKER, Firefighter, London Fire Brigade. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Michael BARLOW. For services to the community in Tameside, Greater Manchester.

Deidre BARR, T.D., Clinical Manager, St John Ambulance.
For voluntary service to the NHS Nightingale Hospital, London during the Covid-19 Response.

Warren Karl BAXTER, Physiotherapist, Integrated Community Reablement Service, Merseycare NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Janet Christine BAYS. For services to the community in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

Kim BECK, Librarian, Langley School, Solihull. For services to Education in the West Midlands.

Gloria June BEHARRELL. For charitable services in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Hugh Kirkpatrick BELL, Chairman, Board of Governors, Aughnacloy College. For voluntary service to Education in Northern Ireland.

Andrew Thomas BENDON, Emergency Response Volunteer,
British Red Cross. For voluntary service in Cambridgeshire particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Anand BHATT, Co-founder, Aakash Odedra Company. For services to Dance and the community in Leicester.

Salma BI. For services to Cricket and to Diversity in Sport.

Kenneth BIRKBY, J.P. For voluntary service to Young People in Buckinghamshire.

Paul BIRKBY, Business Continuity Manager, BAE Systems Submarines. For services to the community in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, during the Covid-19 Response.

Noreen BISHOP, Inclusion Assistant, Laurel Lane Primary School, West Drayton. For services to Education in the London Borough of Hillingdon.

Michael David BLACK. For services to the Jewish Community in Northern Ireland.

Judith BLACOW, Chair, Board of Trustees, NEO Community. For charitable services to the community on Wirral.

Donald John BLAIR, Volunteer, 1st Greenisland Company, The Boys' Brigade. For services to Young People in County Antrim.

Jennifer BLISS. For voluntary service to the Topsham Museum, South Devon.

Stephen BOULTON, Instructor, MAPS Karate Club. For services to Karate and the community in Swinton, South Yorkshire.

Terry Nicholas BRACHER, Manager, Heritage Services. For services to Heritage and Public Libraries in Wiltshire.

Michael Ernest BRAYCOTTON, Secretary, Disability and Carers Community Network and Business Support Assistant, Criminal Justice Department, West Midlands Police. For services to Policing.

David BREWSTER, lately Strategic Engineering Manager, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. For services to Fire Safety.

Vicki BROAD, Head of Long Term Care, Hywel Dda University Health Board. For services to the NHS in Wales during the Covid-19 Response.

Paul BROCKMAN, Woodland Manager, Hoburne Bashley, New Forest. For services to Woodland Management and Nature Conservation.

Jennifer BROUARD, Citizens in Policing Manager, Essex Police. For services to Policing and to the Voluntary Sector.

David William BROWN. For services to the community in York.

George BROWN. For services to Business and to the community in Omagh, County Tyrone.

Ian BROWN, Volunteer, H.M. Coastguard. For services to Voluntary Search and Rescue.

William BROWN. For services to Food Economy in Northern Ireland.

Dr. Tamsin Mary HOLLAND BROWN, Community Paediatrician, Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Pearl Mary BRUNNING. For services to the community in Eriswell, Suffolk.

Deborah Patricia BUCK, Clinical Practice Lead, East London Foundation Trust. For services to Mental Health Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard BURNELL. For services to Young People and to the community in Holyhead, Anglesey.

Jo BUSSON. For services to the community in Harlow, Essex.

David Terrance BUTLER, Access Manager, Translink. For services to Public Transport in Northern Ireland.

Martin CABLE, Watch Manager, Essex Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the community in Maldon.

Sarah Louise CAIRNS, Senior Programme Manager, Asda Ltd. Online Grocery. For services to Retail Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

James Murdoch CAMERON, Data Scientist, Asda Supermarkets Ltd. For services to the Vulnerable Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Deborah CAMPBELL, Technical Specialist, Environment Agency. For services to Flood Protection and voluntary service to Young People.

Jacqueline CAMPBELL. For charitable services to the Children's Hospital Association Scotland, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Margaret CAMPBELL. For services to Pipe Bands and Sollus Highland Dancers.

Paul John CAMPION. For services to the community in Middleton, Manchester.

Richard CARLEY. For services to the community in Woodchurch, Kent.

Harry Albert George CARLISLE. For services to World War I and II Remembrance.

Linda CARRINGTON, Food Retail Worker, SPAR. For services to Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Norma CARROLL, lately Director of Music, Coloma Convent Girls' School. For services to Education in the London Borough of Croydon.

Joycelyn CARSON. For services to Reserve Forces and Cadets in Northern Ireland.

Jean Elizabeth CASHA. For voluntary service to the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme in West Molesey, Surrey.

Mary Julie CHAPMAN, Founder, Nuzzlets Charity, York. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Desmond CHEYNE. For services to the community in Banff during the Covid-19 Response.

Swaran CHOWDHARY. For services to Kidney Research UK, Organ Donation and South Asian communities in Scotland.

Golam CHOWDHURY, Refugee Support Staff and Emergency Responder, British Red Cross. For services to Healthcare during the Covid-19 Response.

Imran CHOWDHURY. For services to Community Cohesion in Northampton.

Wendy CLAPHAM, Assistant Director, Nursing Services for Critical Care, Northern Care Alliance NHS Group. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Anne CLAYDON, Ward Manager, Barts Health NHS Trust. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Myrtle Joan CLEMENTS. For services to Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland.

Sheila Ethel COLE. For services to the community in Pinner, London Borough of Harrow.

Ella Jane COLLINS, Community Champion, Wm Morrisons Supermarkets plc. For services to the community during the Covid-19 Response.

Isabella Daisy COLLUM. For services to Young People and to the community in Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.

Theresa Valerie CONWAY, Treasurer, Aberconwy Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied Club. For services to People with Disabilities and to the community in Llandudno.

Annie Irvine COOK. For voluntary services to Older and Isolated People in East Belfast.

Margaret Scott COOK. For services to Ayrshire Hospice.

Fiona Jayne COPELAND, lately Chair, Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia Family Support Group. For services to Raising Awareness of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia.

Daniel CORR. For services to Martial Arts and to Community Relations in Glengormley, County Antrim.

Elizabeth CORRIGAN, General Practice Nurse and Professional Lead Facilitator, Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Groups. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Helen Martha COULTER. For services to Cancer and Stoma Patients in Northern Ireland.

Barnabas Jester COX. For voluntary services to Health Workers in Scotland during the Covid-19 Response.

Geoff CRABB. For services to the Scouts in Templecombe, Somerset.

Debra COURTENAY-CRANE, Head Coach, Carterton Gymnastics Club. For services to Gymnastics and to Young People in Carterton, Oxfordshire.

Thomas William Robert CROFT. For services to the Arts and to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Margaret Helen CROY. For voluntary service to St Magnus Cathedral and to the community in Orkney.

Geoffrey James CRUMP, Researcher, Cheshire Military Museum. For services to Military Heritage.

Richard CURTIS, Landlord, the Portsmouth Arms, Basingstoke.
For services to Charity and to the community in Hampshire during the Covid-19 Response.

Patricia Anne DALLAS, Volunteer and Founding Member, Ballywillan Girls' Brigade. For voluntary service to Young People in Coleraine, County Londonderry.

Jacqui DARLINGTON. For services to the community in Rutland. Freda May DAVIES. For services to the community in Worcester.

Special Constable Robert DAVIES, South Wales Police. For voluntary service to Policing.

Freda DAVIS. For services to the NSPCC and to the community in the London Borough of Bromley.

Jon Martin DAVIS, Manager, Dewsbury Library. For services to Public Libraries during Covid-19.

Asha Rani DAY, Nurse, Health Visitor and Clinical Team Leader; Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust. For services to the NHS and to Minority Ethnic Equality during the Covid-19 Response.

Michael John DEAKIN. For voluntary services to Scouting and to Charity in Staffordshire.

Anne Chadwick DEARLE, Volunteer, Save the Children. For services to Fundraising.

Keith DELDERFIELD, Fundraiser, Douglas Bader Foundation and Stoke Mandeville Hospital. For services to People with Disabilities.

Geoffrey Michael DIMMOCK. For services to the community in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.

Elizabeth DOHERTY, Receptionist, Belfast Campus, Ulster University. For services to Higher Education.

Thomas Edward DONNELLY. For services to Peace and Reconciliation in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh.

Brigid DOYLE, Head of Childcare, Queen's University Belfast. For services to Higher Education.

Richard DUGDALE. For services to the community in Clitheroe, Lancashire.

Sandra DUNCAN, lately Aviation Security Adviser, Department for Transport. For services to Transport and to People with Disabilities.

Sophie Jane DUNNETT. For services to Amateur Athletics in Scotland.

Karen ECCLESTON. For services to the community of Darlaston, West Midlands.

Lancelot Bamidele Harvey EDMONDSON, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Community Policing in Lambeth, London.

Karen ELLIOT, Secretary, Scottish Area, Royal Naval Association and Social Secretary, City of Edinburgh Branch, Chair, Association of Wrens and Women of the Royal Naval Services Edinburgh and District Branch. For voluntary service to Royal Navy Veterans.

George Leonard ELLIS. For services to Young People and to the community in Abergele, North Wales.

Janet ELLIS, Programme Co-ordinator, Science, South Devon College. For services to Education.

Peter William ELMONT, Chair, Weston-Super-Mare Fundraising Branch, Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For charitable services to Maritime Safety.

Alan Trevor EMBY. For services to the community in Broadstairs, Kent.

David Michael ENGLISH, Director, English Care Ltd. For services to Social Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Jennifer Helen ENGLISH, Director, English Care Ltd. For services to Social Care during Covid-19.

Margaret Anne ESSLEMONT. For services to Young People in Roundhay, Leeds through Girlguiding UK.

Malcolm FARRAR, Road Safety Officer, Shropshire Council. For services to Education.

Amy FARRELL, Occupational Therapist, Integrated Community Reablement Service, Merseycare NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard FAWCETT, Chair, Friends of Thurston Library. For services to Public Libraries during Covid-19.

Neil FERRIES. For services to the community in Wakefield, West Yorkshire during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Pamela FISHER. For voluntary service to the community in Cambridgeshire.

Catherine Mary FITZSIMMONS, lately Palliative Care Nurse,
Northern Care Alliance NHS Group. For services to Nursing during the Covid-19 Response.

Alistair FORBES, Co-founder, Scottish Tech Army. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Margaret FOSTER. For services to Young People in Portsea, Hampshire and to the Portsmouth Mudlarks.

Thomas Reynold FOWLER, Technical Leader, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment.

Richard James FOXLEY. For voluntary service to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Daniel GALLIMORE, Founder, Have Stick Will Travel. For services to People with Visual Impairments in Bristol.

Joanne GATES, Food Retail Worker, The Co-operative Group.
For services to the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Laura GAUDION, Assistant Director, Commissioning for Adult Social Care, Isle of Wight Council. For services to Social Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Stephen Christopher GEE, Biomedical Scientist, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Patricia Diane GERAGHTY, Pharmacist Dispensing Technician, Lloyds Pharmacy. For services to Pharmacy Services in Leek, Staffordshire during the Covid-19 Response.

John GILFILLAN, Director, John Gilfillan Funeral Directors.
For services to Bereaved People and to the community in Fife.

Sharon GILL. For services to Kickboxing and to Young People in Bristol.

Martyne GIRVAN, Higher Officer, Fraud Investigation Service,
HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Mental Health Support during the Covid-19 Response.

Ashley GORDON, Firefighter, London Fire Brigade. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Rebecca GORMAN, Store Manager, Marks and Spencer. For voluntary service in Greater Manchester during the Covid-19 Response.

Evelyn GRAHAM. For services to Badminton and to the community in County Antrim.

George Kenneth GRAHAM. For services to Young People and to the community in Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.

Dr. Judith Sarah Colette GRAHAM, Queen's Nurse, Director for Psychological Professionals and Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Elaine Anne CLOUTMAN-GREEN, Principal Clinical Scientist, Infection Prevention and Control and Joint Trust Lead Healthcare Scientist, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare.

Rosemary Alexandra GREGSON. For services to the community in Wetherby, West Yorkshire.

Daljit Singh GREWAL. For services to the community in West London, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard GRIFFITHS, Operations Manager, Aberystwyth Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in Wales.

Ann Elizabeth GUMERY, Fundraiser, Macmillan Cancer Support. For services to Cancer Patients.

Louise HADLEY, Section Manager, Marks and Spencer. For services to Customers and the community in Harborne, Birmingham during the Covid-19 Response.

Joshua HALE. For services to the community in Bath, Somerset during the Covid-19 Response.

Karen HAMILTON. For voluntary service to Young People with Autism and Learning Difficulties in Belfast.

Sarah Jane HAMPTON. For voluntary service to the Hastings Foodbank.

Bruce HARRIS. For voluntary service to the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme in Cumnock, Ayrshire.

Joyce HARRIS. For community and voluntary services to Cats in Loughborough.

David HARTLEY, Volunteer, Church Lads' and Church Girls' Brigade. For services to Young People in Longridge, Lancashire.

Paul HEBBORN, British Red Cross Staff Member and volunteer. For services to the Vulnerable in Northamptonshire during the Covid-19 Response.

William HENDERSON. For voluntary service in the Shetland Islands.

Susan HENRY, Baby Friendly Lead, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Midwifery in the NHS.

Sharon HIGGINS. For services to the Performing Arts in Newport, South Wales.

Ann HILL. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Dumfriesshire.

Kevin HINDLE. For services to the Bowland Pennine Mountain Search and Rescue Team.

Simon Ian HOAR. For services to the community in Babcary, Somerset.

Francis HODGKINSON, Governor, Brownhills School. For services to Education in Walsall.

Dean Andrew HOGGARD, Founder, Life for a Kid Foundation. For charitable services to Young People.

Rita HOLLENS. For services to the community in Hartford, Cheshire.

Andrew Lennox ROWE-HOLLIDAY, Senior Activities Co-ordinator, Arbrook House Care Home, Esher, Surrey. For services to Social Care, particularly during the COVID-19 Response.

Patricia Ann HOLT, Secretary, The Will H Ogilvie Memorial Trust. For services to Poetry.

Peter John HOSKING, Founder and President, Torbay Prostrate Support Association. For services to People with Prostate Cancer.

Nichola Suzanne SCOTT-HOWLIN, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Scotty's Little Soldiers. For services to Charity.

Special Inspector David HOWSE, Suffolk Constabulary. For voluntary service to Policing.

William HUI, Founder and Musical Director, SingMe Merseyside Choir. For services to the community in Merseyside.

Denise HUNT, (Denise O'Neill). For services to the Hospitality Sector and to the community in Carnlough, County Antrim.

Pamela HYPHER. For services to the community in Surrey.
Audrey JACKSON. For services to the community in Middlesbrough.

Brenda Ann JACKSON. For services to the community in Pettistree, Suffolk.

David JACKSON. For services to the community in Marton-in-Cleveland, North Yorkshire.

Joanne JACKSON. For voluntary service to Young People in Wolverhampton through Girlguiding UK.

Paul JACKSON. For services to the community in South Wingfield, Derbyshire.

Peter Trevenen JACO, Co-founder, Scottish Tech Army. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

The Reverend William Glynne George JAMES, Principal Police Chaplain, South Wales Police. For services to Police Chaplaincy and to the community in Gorseinon, Swansea.

John Charles JASPER, Volunteer, Coldharbour Mill Working Wool Museum and Wellington Arts Association. For services to Cultural Heritage in Devon and Somerset.

Phyllis Brenda JEFFERS. For services to Guiding and to Young People.

Jane JERVIS. For voluntary and charitable services in Shrewsbury.

Audrey May JONES. For services to the community in West Lancashire.

Neil Alfred JONES. For services to the community in Atherstone, Warwickshire.

Steven JONES, Systems Auditor and Analysis Manager, South Wales Police. For services to Policing.

Beryl JONSEN, Teacher, Holy Trinity Primary School, Colchester. For services to Education in Essex.

Maya JOSHI. For services to the Vulnerable in Leicestershire.

Sarah JOYCE, Superintendent Optometrist, Asda Supermarkets Ltd. For services to Primary Optical Care during the Covid-19 Response.

John KANE. For services to People with Parkinson's Disease in West Cumbria.

Steven KAPUR, Founder, Apache Indian Music Academy. For services to Music and to Young People.

Sanjay Jayendra KARA, Trustee, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha (Neasden Temple). For services to Community Cohesion and public and charitable service in the UK.

Karen Jane KEMBERY, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Neath Port Talbot Hospital. For services to Nursing in West Glamorgan.

Peter David KENNARD. For services to Charitable Fundraising in Worthing, West Sussex.

Brian Frederick KEYLOCK, Fundraiser, Brecon and Sennybridge Branch, Cancer Research Wales. For voluntary and charitable services in Brecon.

Lorna KEYLOCK, Fundraiser, Brecon and Sennybridge Branch, Cancer Research Wales. For voluntary and charitable services in Brecon.

Samah KHALIL, Youth Mayor of Oldham. For services to Young People.

Nadeem Sadiq KHAN, Charity Helpline Housing Adviser and Team Leader, Shelter. For services to Homeless during the Covid-19 Response.

Ziaul KHAN. For services to the community in Sheffield.

Alan KING, Captain, 1st Barnet Boys' Brigade and Girls' Association. For services to Young People in the London Borough of Barnet.

David John KING, Specialist Paramedic, East of England Ambulance Service. For services to the NHS and to Fundraising.

Elizabeth Anne KING, Founder, Square Mile Food Bank. For voluntary service to the community in the City of London during the Covid-19 Response.

Jamie KINLOCHAN. For services to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response through Who Cares? Scotland.

Cathy KNAPP. For services to the Arts and to the community in Mid Wales.

David Charles KNIGHT. For voluntary service to Newport Community Cricket Club, South Wales.

Michael John KNIGHT. For voluntary service to Newport Community Cricket Club, South Wales.

Janine KOERIES, Outreach Worker and Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, Ealing Primary Centre. For services to Education in Berkshire and West London.

Carl Kwabena Antwi KONADU, Co-founder, 2-3 Degrees. For services to Disadvantaged Young People.

Alan LANE, Artistic Director, Slung Low. For services to the community in South Leeds during Covid-19.

Debbie LANGFORD, Chair, Newark Branch, Royal British Legion. For voluntary service to Armed Forces Veterans.

Michelle LEARY, Morrisons Community Champion, Basingstoke. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Jennifer LEE, Founder, Beulah Drop-In Cafe´. For services to Art and to Social Inclusion in Aberdeenshire.

Sarah LEE. For services to the community in Oundle, Northamptonshire.

Stephen LENAGHAN. For services to Adults with Learning Disabilities and to Tourism in Northern Ireland.

Catherine Jean LINDESAY. For services to the community in Clifford, Herefordshire.

John LINDSAY. For services to the Environment in East Lothian.

William LITTLE. For services to the community in Baldwinhome, Cumbria.

Paula Morag LLOYD. For services to the Vulnerable in Inverness during the Covid-19 Response.

Paul Edwin LOBLEY. For services to the community in Derbyshire.

Gary Russell LONGDEN. For services to the community in Retford, Nottinghamshire.

Sandra Lorraine ST LOUIS-KANDAPAH, Officer, Maritime, Department for Transport. For services to Diversity, to Inclusion and to Charity.

Vivien LOVEDAY. For services to the community in Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire.

Gerald LOVELL. For services to the community in Silverstone, Northamptonshire.

John Fraser MacLEAN. For services to the community in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Tracy MADGE, Interim Associate Chief Nurse, NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG. For services to Healthcare during Covid-19.

Haroon MAHMOOD, Relief Manager, Wells Pharmacy, Darlaston. For services to the community in the West Midlands, particularly during Covid-19.

Xyza Aura MacUTAY-MALLOCH, Manager, Kingsley House. For services to Care during Covid-19.

Louise Alexander MALTBY, Matron, Intensive Care Unit, Ashford and St Peters Hospital Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing during the Covid-19 Response.

John MAPLETOFT. For services to Table Tennis.

Christopher Lloyd MARTIN, Watch Manager and Firefighter, Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the community in Ramsbury, Wiltshire.

Leonie HUIE-MARTIN, Head of Health and Social Care, Bishop Challoner School, Shadwell, London. For services to Education in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Alana McALLISTER. For services to the community in County Antrim.

Jennifer McARTNEY. For services to Squash.

Rhys Joshua McCLENAGHAN. For services to Gymnastics.

Patricia Ann McCULLOCH. For services to the community in Gloucester.

Maureen McKEOWN. For services to the community in Dungannon, County Tyrone.

Violet McKEOWN. For voluntary services to People with Cancer and Lymphedema in Northern Ireland.

Jonathan Peter McMILLEN, Executive Officer, Syrian Refugee Project, Department for Communities, Northern Ireland Executive. For services Refugees.

Julia MICKLEWRIGHT, Founder and Chair, ASPIE. For services to people with Asperger's Syndrome.

George MIDDLEMISS, D.L., Chairman, Perth and Kinross Branch, SSAFA. For voluntary service to ex-Service Personnel.

Elspeth MILLEN. For services to Social Housing and to the community in Govan, Glasgow.

Robert Geoffrey MOORE, Assistant Scout Leader, 1st Sywell Air Scout Group. For voluntary service to the community in Northamptonshire.

Nigel MORGAN. For services to the community in Tameside, Manchester.

Sandra May MORGAN. For political and public service in Wales.

Dennis MURPHY. For services to Veterans' Football in Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan.

Wilfred Dennis NATHANIELSZ, Awards Manager, Queen's Awards Office, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Mary NELSON. For services to Homeless People in Moray.

Rachel NICHOLS. For voluntary service to the Topsham Museum, South Devon.

Gemma NORMENSELL, Facilities Manager, Marks and Spencer. For services to Members of Staff in Castle Donington during Covid-19.

Stephen NOTTAGE, Chair, The SAM Fund. For voluntary and charitable services to Sick and Disabled Children.

Jeanne Olive NUTTALL, Head, Service Nutrition and Dietetics, Powys Teaching Health Board. For services to Dietetics and Nutrition in Wales.

Edward NUZUM, Operations Manager, The Lizard Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and to Maritime Safety in Cornwall.

Kerry-Anne Louise O'BRIEN. For services to Young People in London.

Aakash ODEDRA, Co-founder, Aakash Odedra Company. For services to Dance and to the community in Leicester.

Elizabeth O'DONNELL. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Londonderry.

Peggy O'DWYER. For services to the community in Londonderry.

Rafal OLBERT, Data Scientist, Asda Supermarkets Ltd. For services to the Economy and to Vulnerable Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Arthur Wilfred David OVENS. For services to Peace and Reconciliation in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh.

Ayesha PAKRAVAN-OVEY, Founder, The Plattery and Vital Meals. For services to Charity and the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Emrys OWEN, Health Care Assistant, Royal Star & Garter Charity. For services to Veterans during Covid-19.

Patricia Anne OWEN. For services to the community in Feltham, London Borough of Hounslow.

Special Inspector Jacques Michael Olson OXENHAM, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing.

Sheila Mary Mccafferty PALMER. For services to the community in North Down, Northern Ireland.

Charlotte PARK, Founder, Treats for Troops on Tour. For services to the Armed Forces.

Harilal PATEL. For services to Community Cohesion in Cardiff. Christina PEACOCK. For services to Boxing.

Chris PEDLAR, Specialist Team Member, Environment Agency. For services to Prostate Cancer Awareness.

Emily PENN, Co-founder, eXXpedition. For services to Conservation and to Charity.

John PERRY, Band Leader, 1st Ibstock Scout Band. For services to Scouting in Leicestershire.

Sarah PICKERING, (Sarah Darlington). For charitable services in Cheshire.

Gabriella PIMENTEL, Musculoskeletal Clinical Specialist, Warrior Sports Rehabilitation. For services to the Elderly during Covid-19.

James Hamilton PORTER. For services to Cancer Research and the community in Castlederg, County Tyrone.

Maureen POWELL. For services to the community in St Oswald's, Merseyside.

Stephen PRATT. For services to the community in Sedgefield, County Durham.

Christopher PRESHAW, Chief Technician, School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University Belfast. For services to Higher Education.

Khakan Munir QURESHI, Senior Independent Living Officer, Midland Heart. For services to LGBT Equality.

Stevo RADJEN. For voluntary and charitable services in South West England.

Dr. Aminur Khosru RAHMAN, Chair, Kent Area Committee, Institution of Mechanical Engineers. For services to Education.

Azizur RAHMAN, Foods Section Manager, Marks and Spencer. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Syedur RAHMAN. For services to Charity in Leicester.

Mohammed Usman RAKQ, Senior IT Assistant, Glasgow Caledonian University. For services to Education and to Students with Hearing Impairments.

Lisa Jane RANDELL, Senior Support Worker. For services to Health and Social Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Maureen Elizabeth RECINE. For voluntary service to Young People through Girlguiding UK and to Charity in Staffordshire.

Adassa Cormeta REID. For services to the Vulnerable in the community in Handsworth, Birmingham.

John Henry RICHMOND. For services to the community in Ripon, North Yorkshire.

Helen Louise RIDLEY, Partnership Officer, Nottinghamshire Police. For services to Policing.

Lynn RIGBY. For services to Young People in Liverpool.

Sara Jane ROBERTSON, Matron, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Patricia ROBINS. For services to Charity and to the community in Aberdeenshire.

Charito ROMANO, Staff Nurse, Arbrook House Care Home.
For services to Nursing Care Home Residents during the Covid-19 Response.

Paula Claire ROUTLEDGE. For charitable services in Nottinghamshire.

Charles Edward ROWELL, District Commissioner, Scouts. For voluntary service to Scouting in North London.

Martin Andrew ROWLEY. For services to the community in York.

The Reverend Bernard John RUMBOLD, Chaplain, Cirencester and Highworth Squadrons, Royal Air Force Air Cadets. For voluntary service to Young People.

Craig Stephen RUSSELL. For services to Communications during Covid-19.

Margaret Angela RUSSELL. For services to the community in Rochester, Kent.

Keith John Desmond RUTHERFORD, Postmaster, Colonsay Post Office. For services to the community in Colonsay and Oronsay, Inner Hebrides.

Albert Edward RYDER. For services to the community in Tottenham Hale, London.

Arthur SAINS. For services to the community in Oakland, Rutland.

Elizabeth Sarah SAUNDERS, Manager, Waverley Court Care Home, Helensburgh. For services to Social Care in Scotland, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard SAUNDERS. For services to Disability Golf.

Alison Jane SCOTT, Victim Liaison Officer, National Probation Service. For services to Victims of Crime and to Charity in Leeds.

Beverley SCOULLAR, Chair, Lade Centre. For services to Charity in Rothesay, Bute.

David SCRAFTON. For services to the Scouts and to the community in South Tyneside and Sunderland.

Albert Frederick John SCRUBY, Instructor, Lea Rowing Club. For services to Rowing in Clapton, London.

Sharon SEAR, Commercial Manager, Transport for London.
For services to Transport in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Vivienne Tania SEARS, (Vivienne Cane-Honeysett). For services to the community in the London Borough of Ealing.

Balbir SEIMAR. For services to the Homeless and to the community in Walsall, West Midlands.

Christine Elizabeth SHAND. For services to the community in Newmarket, Suffolk.

Melanie SHAND. For services to the Arts and to the community in Aberdeen during the Covid-19 Response.

Patricia Jane SHARPE. For services to British Gymnastics.

Stephen John SHARPLES. For services to the community in Stourbridge, West Midlands.

Kim SHEERS, Organiser, Lumley Boccia and Social Group. For voluntary service to Young People with Disabilities in Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland.

Dr. Mary Patricia SHERIDAN, NIPE Lead, Midwifery Lecturer, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and King's College London. For services to Midwifery in the NHS.

Hazel SHIRLEY, Youth Leader, St John Ambulance. For services to Young People in London.

Gregory Peter SILVESTER, Trustee, Special Olympics GB. For services to People with Learning Disabilities in Sport.

William Arthur SIMPSON. For services to the community in Randalstown, County Antrim during Covid-19.

Jennifer Ann SIMS, Chief Executive Officer, Pembrokeshire Frame. For voluntary service.

Margaret SIMS. For voluntary service to the NHS and to the community in Bronllys, Wales.

Charandeep SINGH, Founder, The Sikh Food Bank. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Catharine SINNADURAI. For services to Dance Education, Training and Performance.

Dr. Marc Christian SLOAN, Founder, Covid Tech Support. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Diana Mary SMART, Assistant Show Secretary, Hertfordshire County Show. For services to Agriculture.

June Pauline SMITH. For services to the community in West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Myra SMITH, Community Champion, Wm Morrisons. For services to the Economy in Dumfries during the Covid-19 Response.

Mark Adrian STAGEMAN, County Commissioner for West Yorkshire. For services to Young People and Scouting.

David Peter STANLEY, Chief Executive, Music Man Project. For services to People with Special Needs.

Damian Robert STAPLES, Communications Officer, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Sandra STAPLES, Secretary, East Yorkshire Branch, SSAFA. For voluntary service to Ex-Service Personnel.

Derek Hugh STEEL, Fundraiser, Guildcare. For services to the community in Worthing, West Sussex.

Norman Kevin STEVENS. For services to the Restoration and Conservation of the Royal Pavilion and to the community in Brighton, East Sussex.

Richard STIBBLES, British Red Cross Ambulance Crew. For voluntary service to the NHS in England and Scotland during Covid-19.

Stuart STOKELL. For services to the community in Brampton, Cumbria.

Nicola STOVE, Lead, Highlands and Islands, North Scotland Response, British Red Cross. For services to the community in North Scotland during Covid-19.

Graham Mark STREET, Fundraiser, Charlie's Beach Hut. For charitable and voluntary service to Terminally Ill Children.

Matthew SULLIVAN, Materials Manager, Transport for London. For services to Transport in London during Covid-19.

Pamela Susan SWABY. For services to the community in Chelmsford, Essex.

John Halliday SWAN. For services to Wildlife and Conservation in Cheshire.

Matthew Peter SWAN. For voluntary service to charitable organisations.

Carol SWIECICKA. For services to the community in Newton Abbot, Devon.

Alan John TAPP. For services to the community in Liverpool.

Patricia TARRY, Volunteer, Girl Guides and Scouts. For services to Girlguiding.

Mary THOMAS, Chair, Cleethorpes Fundraising Branch,
Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For charitable services to Maritime Safety.

Richard Hugh THOMAS. For services to Healthcare and to the community in South Oxfordshire and Berkshire.

Adrian Philip THOMPSON. For charitable services to the community in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.

Paul THOMPSON, Q.F.S.M., lately Watch Manager, Cleveland Fire Brigade. For services to the community in Saltburn.

Jessie THOMSON. For services to the community in Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway.

Sharon Grace THORPE, Clinical Team Leader, Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust. For services to Paramedics and Ambulance Staff.

Neil Emmott TILLOTSON, Scout Leader. For services to Young People.

Professor Alexander TOOGOOD, (Sandy Toogood). For services to People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Joan TOTTEN, Manager, North Belfast Alternatives. For services to Restorative Justice and to Community Cohesion in Northern Ireland.

Deborah TOWNSEND. For services to the community in North West Scotland during Covid-19.

Patricia Anne TREVETT. For services to the community in Salisbury, Wiltshire, during Covid-19.

Paul Charles TUNSTELL, Associate Chief Pharmacist, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Gladys Mary TURNBULL, Coach, Whitmore Netball Club. For services to Sport and the community in Wolverhampton.

Simon Daniel JACKSON-TURNER. For services to Sport.

Joyce TWEMLOW. For voluntary service to Young People on the Wirral, through Girlguiding UK.

Doreen TWITCHETT. For services to the community in Lavenham, Suffolk.

Susan Joy PARTRIDGE-UNDERWOOD. For services to the Bozeat Windmill Singers, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

Constable Ceyhun UZUN, St John's Wood Safer Neighbourhood Team, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing and to Charity.

Hugh Maclean VERNON. For services to the community in Eardisland, Herefordshire.

Christine WALKER, School Road Crossing Patroller, West Wycombe Primary School. For services to Child Safety.

June WALKER, Community Champion, Asda Donnington Wood. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Sarah Victoria WALLACE, Programme Director, Just Finance Foundation. For services to Financial Education.

Robin WALTON, Chair, Discover Hayling Project. For services to History and to the community on Hayling Island, Hampshire.

Peter WARDEN. For services to Athletics in North West England.

Valerie Elizabeth WARE. For services to the community in Tydd St Giles, Cambridgeshire.

Mark Roger WARN, Wildlife Ranger, Forestry England. For services to Forestry.

Colin WATSON. For voluntary service to Scouting in Rastrick, West Yorkshire.

Graham WATSON. For services to the community in Moniaive and Glencairn, Dumfriesshire during Covid-19.

Rodney WATSON. For voluntary service to the Scout Movement in Counties Down and Armagh.

Colin WEAVER, Scientist, Animal and Plant Health Agency, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to Science.

Judith WEBB. For services to Conservation of Wildlife and Habitats in Oxfordshire.

Rachel WEBBER, Community Champion, Gosport Store. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Dr. Michael Paul WEEKES, Infectious Diseases Clinician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Lucille WEIR, Team Leader, Change Grow Live, Peterborough. For services to Homeless Women.

Patricia Daphne WHEATLEY, Chief Executive Officer, Disability Arts Online. For services to Disabled Artists during Covid-19.

Lorraine Ann WHITAKER, lately Head of Centre Primary Unit, Alternative Provision College, Lancing. For services to Education in West Sussex.

Andrew WILDGOOSE. For services to Charitable Fundraising during Covid-19.

Connor WILKINSON, Senior Manager eCommerce Data. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Janice Lorraine WILKINSON, Cover Teacher, Willows Primary School. For services to Education in North East Lincolnshire.

David Lincoln WILLIAMS. For services to the Arts in Wales.

Helen Refna WILLIAMS. For services to Vulnerable Young Parents and to the Elderly in Borth during Covid-19.

Jenny WILLIAMS. For services to Culture and to Creativity during Covid-19.

Elizabeth Fraser WILSON, lately Division and County Commissioner, Girlguiding. For services to Young People in North Ayrshire.

Sally Catherine PARRY-WINGFIELD, Founder Member, Trustee and Chair, Turner's House Trust. For voluntary service to Heritage.

Curtis WOODHOUSE. For services to Football and Boxing.

Tracey Helena WREN, Police Staff, Gloucestershire Constabulary. For services to the community in Gloucestershire.

Graham WRIGHT. For services to Athletics and to the community in Rossendale, Lancashire.

Linda Robertson YULE. For services to Health and Social Care during Covid-19.

Gwendoline Christina ZAMMIT. For services to the community in Charlton, Royal Borough of Greenwich.

James Michael ZUPPINGER, Trustee, RMA (The Royal Marines Charity). For services to the Royal Marines during Covid-19.

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Richard James ATKINS, C.B.E., lately Further Education Commissioner, Department for Education. For services to Further Education.

Christopher Mark LE BRUN, lately President, Royal Academy. For services to the Arts.

Robert William CHOTE, lately Chairman, Office for Budget Responsibility. For services to Fiscal Policy and to the Economy.

The Right Honourable Thomas CLARKE, C.B.E., J.P. For public and political service.

Professor Simon BARON-COHEN, Professor of Autism Research, University of Cambridge. For services to People with Autism.

The Right Honourable Charles Geoffrey COX, Q.C., M.P., Member of Parliament for Torridge and West Devon. For parliamentary and political service.

Dr. Stephen John DEUCHAR, C.B.E., lately Director, Art Fund. For services to the Arts.

Professor Dieter Robin HELM, C.B.E., Chair, Natural Capital Committee. For services to the Environment, to Energy and to Utilities Policy.

David John LEWIS, lately Chief Executive Officer, Tesco. For services to the Food Industry and to Business.

Professor Francis Gerard McCORMAC, F.R.S.E., Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Stirling. For services to Education and to the Economy.

David Charles PEARSON, C.B.E., lately Director of Adult Social Care, Nottinghamshire Council. For services to Health and Social Care Integration.

Professor David Ian STUART, F.R.S., Professor of Structural Biology, University of Oxford. For services to Medical Research and to the Scientific Community.

David THOMPSON, Q.P.M., D.L., Chief Constable, West Midlands Police. For services to Policing.

Graham VICK, C.B.E., Founder and Artistic Director, Birmingham Opera Company. For services to Music and to the Regions.

Peter Thomas WANLESS, C.B., Chief Executive Officer, NSPCC. For services to Children, to Young People and to the Charitable Sector.

Guy Howard WESTON. For services to Philanthropy and to Charity.

OVERSEAS AND INTERNATIONAL LIST

Roger Alexander DEAKINS, C.B.E., Cinematographer. For services to Film.

Lewis Carl Davidson HAMILTON, M.B.E. Formula One Racing Driver. For services to Motorsports.

To be Ordinary Dames Commander of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Professor Karin Judith BARBER, C.B.E., F.B.A., Centennial Professor of Anthropology, London School of Economics. For services to the Study of African Culture.

Angela EAGLE, M.P., Member of Parliament for Wallasey. For parliamentary and political service.

Professor Jane Alison GLOVER, C.B.E., Conductor and Writer. For services to Music.

Professor Rachel Susan GRIFFITH, C.B.E., F.B.A., Economist. For services to Economic Policy and to Education.

Sheila Cameron HANCOCK, C.B.E., Actress. For services to Drama and to Charity.

Irene LUCAS-HAYS, C.B.E. For services to Training, to Education and to Young People.

Caroline MASON, C.B.E., Chief Executive, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. For services to the Charity Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 response.

Professor Carol PROPPER, C.B.E., F.B.A., Economist. For services to Economic Policy and Public Health.

Joanna Gabrielle DA SILVA, O.B.E., Director, Arup Group Ltd. For services to Engineering and to International, Sustainable Development.

Alwen WILLIAMS, C.B.E., Chief Executive, Barts Health NHS Trust. For services to Leadership in the NHS.

C.B.E.

To be Ordinary Commanders of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Fayyaz AFZAL, O.B.E., Circuit Judge, England and Wales. For services to the Judiciary and to Diversity and Inclusion.

Marcus Ambrose Paul AGIUS, lately Chairman, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. For services to Botany and to Conservation.

Timothy Richard ALLEN, Prison Group Director, Manchester, Mersey and Cheshire, H.M. Prison and Probation Service. For public service.

Thomas Eardley ALLISON. For services to Scottish Business and to Charity.

Professor Julian ANDERSON, Composer. For services to Music.

Stephen BAGSHAW, Chairman, Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies. For services to the UK Manufacturing and Biotechnology Sector.

Neville Alfred BAXTER, President, Nottingham Conservatives. For political service.

Professor Graeme BETTS, Director of Adult Social Care, Birmingham City Council. For services to Adult Social Care.

Professor Wendy Anne BICKMORE, F.R.S., F.R.S.E., Director,MRC Human Genetics Unit, University of Edinburgh. For services to Biomedical Sciences and to Women in Science.

Lucy Victoria BIRD, Director, Transport Security, Resilience and Response, Department for Transport. For public service.

Timothy Charles Eltringham BROWN, Chair, IDEO. For services to Design.

Anthony Edward Tudor BROWNE, Childrens Author and Illustrator. For services to Literature.

Professor Wendy Katherine BURN, President, Royal College of Psychiatrists. For services to Mental Health.

Professor Anthony Keith CAMPBELL, Honorary Research Professor, School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University. For services to Biochemistry.

Margaret Adela Miriam CARVER. For services to Sport and to the Media Sector.

Robert CHAMPION, M.B.E., Founder, Bob Champion Cancer Trust. For charitable services to Prostate and Testicular Cancer Research.

Felicity Ann WALEY-COHEN, Trustee, Robert And Felicity Waley-Cohen Charitable Trust. For services to Childrens Medicine.

Richard Graham CORBETT, lately Leader, European Parliamentary Labour Party. For European parliamentary and political service.

Ilse Catherine CRAWFORD, M.B.E., Interior and Furniture Designer. For services to Design.

Peter DAWSON, O.B.E., Chief Executive and Secretary, Royal and Ancient Golf Club. For services to Golf.

Barbara Helen DEAN, Chief Executive Officer, Nest Corporation. For services to Pension Saving.

William Barry DOUGLAS, O.B.E., Concert Pianist. For services to Music and to Community Relations in Northern Ireland.

Professor Allister Ian FERGUSON, F.R.S.E., Professor of Photonics, University of Strathclyde. For services to Science and to Industry.

Professor Ian Gardner FINLAY, Consultant Surgeon, Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Professional Consultant, Health Workforce Directorate, Scottish Government. For services to Medical Education and Training.

Sonia FLYNN, Chief Probation Officer, National Probation Service. For public service.

Professor Bashabi FRASER. For services to Education, to Culture and to Integration in Scotland.

Caroline Jane GARDNER, F.R.S.E., lately Auditor General for Scotland. For services to the Scottish Public Sector.

Dr. Mina GOLSHAN, Deputy Chief Inspector, Office for Nuclear Regulation. For services to Nuclear Regulation.

Professor Usha Claire GOSWAMI, F.B.A., Professor of Cognitive Developmental Neuroscience, University of Cambridge. For services to Educational Research.

Christopher Montague GRIGG, Chief Executive Officer, British Land. For services to Business, particularly during the Covid-19 response.

Jane Elizabeth GUYETT, Senior Independent Director, UK Government Investments. For public service to the Economy.

Paul Denniston HACKETT, Chief Executive, Optivo. For services to Social Housing.

Professor Francesca Gabrielle HAPPE, F.B.A., Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, Kings College London. For services to the Study of Autism.

Daniel John HARDING, Conductor. For services to Music.

Sean William HOLLAND, Chief Social Work Officer, Department of Health, Northern Ireland Executive. For public service.

Mark HOPWOOD, Managing Director, Great Western Railway. For services to Transport.

Emma Louise JONES, M.B.E., Founder, Enterprise Nation. For services to Small Businesses and to Entrepreneurs.

Marianne Saleisha JUANETTE, (Marianne Cwynarski), Head, Governance and Central Services and Secretary, House of Commons Commission. For services to Parliament.

Wasfi KANI, O.B.E., Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Grange Park Opera. For services to the Arts.

Michael Ashton KUHN, lately Board Member, Northern Ireland Screen. For services to the Film Industry.

Michael LANDY, Artist. For services to Art.John LARAMY, Principal, Exeter College. For services to Education.

Mark Alexander LARMOUR, Political Director, Northern Ireland Office. For services to the Peace Process in Northern Ireland.

Lesley Ann MANVILLE, O.B.E., Actress. For services to Drama and to Charity.

Bernard Francis McCONVILLE, (Brian McConville), Owner and Chair, MJM Group. For services to the Economy and to Charity in Northern Ireland.

Maureen Margaret Ann McGINN, J.P., (Lady Elvidge), Lately Chair, National Lottery Community Fund Scotland Committee. For services to Heritage and to a Civil Society.

Nigel NEWTON, Founder, Bloomsbury Publishing. For services to the Publishing Industry.

Professor David Christopher ORMEROD, Deputy High Court Judge and lately Law Commissioner for Criminal Law, The Law Commission. For services to Criminal Justice.

Michelle Claire OVENS, M.B.E., Founder, Small Business Britain and Chair, Small Business Charter Management Board. For services to Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs.

Professor Edward PECK, Vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University. For services to Higher Education.

Preetha RAMACHANDRAN, Group Director, South East Universal Credit Operations, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the Unemployed.

Paul Derek James RIMMER, lately Deputy Chief of Defence Intelligence, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Patricia Ann RITCHIE, Chief Executive, Newcastle City Council. For services to Local Government and to Public Service Reform.

Richard Alan ROSS, Chair, Rosetrees Trust. For services to Philanthropy during Covid-19.

Professor Sheila ROWAN, M.B.E., F.R.S., F.R.S.E., Director, Institute for Gravitational Research and Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland. For services to Science.

Professor Raad SHAKIR, Professor of Neurology (Visiting), Imperial College London. For services to Global Neurology.

Russell James SHAW, Founder, Tech London Advocates. For services to Technology and to Business in London.

Professor Sembukuttiarachilage Ravi Pradip SILVA, Director, Advanced Technology Institute, University of Surrey. For services to Science, to Education and to Research.

Anthony SMITH, Deputy Director, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Melanie Jane SMITH, Chief Executive Officer, Ocado Retail Ltd.For services to Retail and the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Mark SUMMERFIELD, lately HR Director, Crown Prosecution Service. For public service.

His Honour Philip SYCAMORE, lately Circuit Judge and Tribunal Chamber President and Senior Commissioner, Judicial Appointments Commission. For public service.

Paul Alexander TERRINGTON, Head of Consulting, PwC UK and EMEA and lately Regional Chair, PwC Northern Ireland. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland.

Professor Andrew Stuart THOMPSON, lately Executive Chair, Arts and Humanities Research Council. For services to Research.

Keith John THOMPSON, lately Chief Executive Officer, Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult. For services to Science and to Innovation.

Inga Marian WARREN, Author and Co-director, Family Infant Neurodevelopment Education Programme. For services to the Care of Premature Babies.

Keith Charles Frederick WEED, President, Advertising Association. For services to the Advertising and Marketing Industry.

Professor Petra WEND, F.R.S.E., lately Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. For services to Higher Education.

Professor Shearer Carroll WEST, Vice-Chancellor, University of Nottingham. For services to Higher Education.

Professor Greta WESTWOOD, Chief Executive, Florence Nightingale Foundation. For services to Nursing and Midwifery.

Joanne Louise WHITFIELD, Chief Executive Officer, Retail, Co-Op Group. For services to Retail and to the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Pauline Margaret WILLIAMS, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Health, GlaxoSmithKline. For services to Medical Research and Development.

Wendy Ann WILLIAMS, Independent Lead, Windrush Lessons Learned Review and H.M. Inspector of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services. For public service.

Richard Leslie Martin WOHANKA, Chair and Trustee, Nuclear Trust and Director, Nuclear Liabilities Fund. For services to the Nuclear Industry.

Christopher John WOOLARD, lately Interim Chief Executive, Financial Conduct Authority. For services to Financial Regulation and Financial Technology Innovation.

David WOOTTON, Managing Director, Wootton Education. For services to Education.

Simon YORK, Director, Fraud Investigation Service, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Countering International Tax Fraud.

O.B.E.

To be Ordinary Officers of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Matthew ABEL, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Anwar ALI, Founder and Director, Upturn Enterprise Ltd. For services to Social Enterprise.

Azhar ALI, Leader of Labour Group, Lancashire County Council. For services to the community in North West England.

Professor Linda ANDERSON, Professor of Modern English and American Literature, Newcastle University. For services to Higher Education.

John ANGELI, Director of Parliamentary Audio-Video, House of Lords. For services to Parliament.

Philip Norman ARCHER, lately Principal, Leith School of Art. For services to Art and Education.

Vivienne ARTZ, (Vivienne Gardener) Chief Privacy Officer, Refinitiv and President, Women in Banking and Finance. For services to Financial Services and to Gender Diversity.

Dr. Heather Jane BACON, Animal Welfare and Veterinary Outreach Manager, Jeanne Marchig International Centre for Animal Welfare Education, Edinburgh. For services to Veterinary Education, to Animal Welfare and to Charity in the UK and Abroad.

Stephen BAKER, Chair, National Pubwatch. For services to Reducing Crime and Improving Safety in Licensed Premises.

Colin Lester BALSAM, (Colin Lester). For services to the UK Music Industry and to Charity.

Jonathan BAMFORD. For services to Data Protection.

John Jeremy BANGS, Senior Commissioning Manager for Carers, Surrey County Council. For services to Carers.

Andrew Charles Robert BARNETT, Director, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK). For services to Social Change.

Brian Robert BARWICK, lately Chairman, Rugby Football League. For services to Sport and to Sports Broadcasting.

Robert Edward John BAXTER, Director of Rugby, Exeter Chiefs. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Michael Kevin Handel BEARD, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Louise Olivia BEATON, Trustee, Action with Communities in Rural England. For voluntary service to Rural Communities.

Stephen Kwasi BEDIAKO, Founder and Chairman, Social Innovation Partnership. For services to Innovation in the Charitable Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Andrew George BEET, lately Police Staff, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, Home Office. For services to Law and Order.

Amanda BENNETT, Executive Principal, Greetland Primary Academy, Calderdale. For services to Education in West Yorkshire.

Dr. Beverly Patricia BERGMAN. For services to Veterans in Scotland.

Professor Farah Naz Kausar BHATTI, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Swansea University. For services to Diversity in the NHS in Wales.

Daniel Richard Rowley BISHOP, Delivery Manager, Type 31 Frigate Programme, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence Procurement.

Paul BOYCE, Director of Childrens Services, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to Children in Merseyside.

Donalda Macintyre Maclay BRADBURY, lately President, Scottish Rugby Union. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Lynne Frances BRADLEY, Senior Plant Health and Seeds Inspector, Animal and Plant Health Agency. For services to Plant Health.

Caron Louise BRADSHAW, Chief Executive, Charity Finance Group. For services to Charity.

Emma BRADSHAW, Executive Principal, Alternative Learning Trust. For services to Education in the Alternative Provision Sector.

John BRADSHAW, lately Headteacher, London East Alternative Provision. For services to Education in London.

Geraldine BRERETON, Deputy Director, Universal Credit Operations, Department for Communities, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Social Security.

Jonathan BRITTON, Non-Executive Director, British Business Bank. For services to Small Business Finance.

Cassandra BUCHANAN, Headteacher, Charles Dickens Primary School, Southwark, London. For services to Education.

Professor Robert Oliver BUCKINGHAM, Robotics Director, UK Atomic Energy Authority. For services to Robotic Engineering.

Commodore Michael Peter BULLOCK, M.B.E., Chief Executive, Northern Lighthouse Board. For services to the Safety and Welfare of Seafarers., C027843M.

Alan John BURNELL, Co-founder and Non-Executive Director,Family Futures Community Interest Company, London. For services to Adopted Children.

Susan BURNS, Philanthropist. For charitable services.

Dr. Malcolm BUTLER, Chair, UK Onshore Geophysical Library. For services to Education, Research and to Development.

Professor James David Forbes CALDER, Professor, Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London. For services to Sport and to Exercise.

Robert Derek CALROW. For charitable and political service in North West England.

Lorraine CANAVAN, Head, Payment Operation, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Leadership and to Service Delivery.

Marcello Antonio CASALE. For services to Animal Welfare, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Charlie CHAPPLE, Head, Social Housing Redress, Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government. For services to Housing and to the Homeless.

Mark Edward CHEESEMAN, Deputy Director, Public Sector Fraud, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Professor Daniel John CLARK, Head, Department of Clinical Engineering, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham. For services to Clinical Engineering, particularly during Covid-19.

Samantha CLAYTON, Principal Social Worker for Children and Families, Lincolnshire County Council. For services to Social Work.

Linda CLEGG, Childrens Service Improvement Adviser, St. Helens Council. For services to Social Work.

Natalie CLEIN, Cellist. For services to Music.

Rebecca COBBIN, M.B.E., Family Jurisdictional Support Manager, H.M. Courts and Tribunals Service. For services to the Administration of Justice.

Dr. Hermione Anne Phoebe COCKBURN, Scientific Director, Dynamic Earth. For services to Public Engagement in Science.

Barbara COLLINS, Head, Women in Leadership, Government Equalities Office. For services to Gender Equality.

Dr. Nicholas Keith CONI, Co-founder, University of the Third Age in Cambridge. For services to Education for the Elderly.

Brendan Peter CONNOR, lately Chair, Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in the West Midlands.

Philip Andrew John CONRAN, Chair, Government Advisory Committee on Packaging. For services to Recycling and the Environment.

Alan Charles COWDALE, Senior Scientific Adviser, Air and Space Warfare Centre. For services to Defence.

Dr. Benjamin Josef COWELL, Director General, Historic Houses Association. For services to Cultural Heritage, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Sarah CRAWLEY, lately Chief Executive Officer, Initiative for Social Entrepreneurs. For services to Social Enterprise.

Philomena CREFFIELD, lately Head, UK Central Authority, Home Office. For services to International Legal and Judicial Co-operation.

Philip CRITCHLOW, Chief Executive Officer and Founding Director, TBI. For services to Television and to Radio.

John DALZELL, M.B.E. For services to Fundraising for the Southern Area Hospice, Newry.

Dan DARK, lately Managing Director, Warner Brothers Studios, Leavesden. For services to the UK Film Industry.

Matthew DAVIES, Deputy Director, Trade Agreements Continuity Programme, Department for International Trade. For services to International Trade.

Kate DAWSON, Founder and Director, The All-in-One Company. For services to Business and Frontline Workers during the Covid-19 Response through the Scrub Hub Ashington.

Oliver DEARDEN, Volunteer, Bristol Aero Collection Trust. For services to Cultural Heritage in the Aviation Industry.

David Spencer DELEW, lately Chief Executive, Community Security Trust. For services to the Jewish Community.

Tanjit Singh DOSANJH, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Pen Optical Trust. For services to Optometry in Prisons.

William DUDLEY, Stage Designer. For services to Stage Design.

Professor Joy Ann DUXBURY, Professor of Mental Health, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to Mental Health Nursing.

Professor Mohan Jayantha EDIRISINGHE, FREng, Bonfield Chair of Biomaterials, University College London. For services to Biomedical Engineering.

Joan Mary EDWARDS, Director of Public Affairs and Living Seas, Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts. For services to Marine Conservation.

Melanie Teresa ELLIOTT, (Melani Morgan), Volunteer, SafeLives. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Thomas Vincent EMERSON, Co-founder 6a Architects. For services to Architecture and to Education.

Alice FAIRBAIN, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Isabella Jean FARISH. For services to the community in Dalbeattie and Kippford, Dumfries and Galloway.

Michael Loughlin FELL, Head, Cyber Operations, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For public and voluntary service.

Dr. Edgar Joseph FEUCHTWANGER, Historian. For services to Anglo-German Understanding and History.

Douglas John FIELD, Chair, New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to Business in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Francesca FINDLATER, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Bounce Back Foundation and Project. For services to Ex-offenders.

Dr. Ann Marie FITCHETT, lately Policy and Legislation Principal, Defence Maritime Regulator. For services to Defence.

Josephine Lesley FITTON, lately Curator, Greek Bronze Age Collections and Keeper, Department of Greece and Rome, British Museum. For services to Museums and to the Arts.

Terence Anthony FITZPATRICK, Founder and Director, ARC Adoption North East. For services to Children in North East England, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Sally Ann FORSYTH, Chief Executive Officer, Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst. For services to Business and to Science.

Alun FRANCIS, Principal and Chief Executive Officer, Oldham College. For services to Education.

Deborah FRANCIS, Managing Director, Direct Rail Services. For services to Women in the Railway Industry.

Donna FRASER, Equality, Diversity and Engagement Lead,UK Athletics. For services to Equality, to Inclusion and to Diversity in the Workplace.

Martin James FROBISHER, Group Safety and Engineering Director, Technical Authority, Network Rail. For services to the NHS and Railway Workers during Covid-19 and voluntary service through the Army Reserves.

Dipanwita GANGULI, Principal, Sutton College. For services to Adult Education in London.

Jennifer Dawn GARRETT, Executive Coach and Leadership Development Specialist, Reflexion Associates Ltd. For services to Entrepreneurship and to Women in Business.

Stuart Paul GIBBONS, Managing Director, Le Mark Group. For services to International Trade.

Nigel GIBBS, Unit Head, Appeals and Review Unit, Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order.

Professor Valerie GIBSON, Professor of High Energy Physics, University of Cambridge. For services to Science, Women in Science and to Public Engagement.

Grant GORDON, Founder and Chair, The Childhood Trust. For services to Philanthropy, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Sharran Louise GREY, Haematology Consultant Clinical Scientist, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Principal Clinical Scientist, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Blood Transfusion and to Patient Care.

Judith Anne HALKERSTON, Chair, Symphonic. For services to the Digital Economy.

Dawn Michelle HALL, Adult, Family and Community Learning Manager, Doncaster. For services to Further Education in South Yorkshire.

Dr. Roger Michael Owen HALL, Medical Director, Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS and the Covid-19 Response in the East of England.

Lee HALLAM, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Linbrooke Services Ltd. For services to Business and to Skills.

John HAMBLY, Founder, Samson Centre for Multiple Sclerosis. For services to People with Disabilities in Surrey and the Home Counties.

Kirsty Sian HAMILTON, Associate Fellow, Chatham House. For services to the Green Energy and Finance Sectors.

Matthew HAMPSON, Founder, Matt Hampson Foundation. For voluntary and charitable service.

Dr. Gemma Clare HARPER. For services to the Marine Environment.

Dr. Linda HARRIS, Chair, Health and Justice Clinical Reference Group, NHS England. For services to the NHS.

Gavin EDGERLEY-HARRIS, Director, Gurkha Museum. For services to Gurkha and Military Heritage.

Adrian Richard HAWKINS, Managing Director, Welding World Ltd. and Founder, Weldability Sif. For services to Business.

Barry Maurice William HEARN. For services to Sport.

Joanne Louise HEATON, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Lights Learning Trust, Hartlepool. For services to Education in North East England.

Fergus HENDERSON, M.B.E., Chef and Restaurateur. For services to the Culinary Arts.

Margot HENDERSON, Chef. For services to the Culinary Arts.

Dr. Paul VAN HEYNINGEN, Deputy Director, Net Zero Electricity Networks, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Energy Policy.

Christine Ann HILL, Headteacher, Westminster School, Rowley Regis. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Christopher John Stratford HODGES, Professor of Justice Systems and Head, CMS Research Programme. For services to Business and Law.

Dr. Stuart Gary HOPPS, Choreographer. For services to Dance.

Richard HORTON, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Susan Jane HUSBAND, Director, Business in the Community, Cymru and lately Director, Employer and Employee Engagement, Education and Skills Funding Agency. For services to Education.

Jane IDE, Chief Executive, National Association of Voluntary and Community Services. For services to Volunteering and to Charity.

Fozia IFRAN, Chief Executive Officer, Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation and Trustee, Association of Charitable Foundations. For services to the community in Bedfordshire, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Giovanni ISINGRINI, Group Director and Deputy Chief Executive, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council. For services to Children in Wales.

Professor Adele Diana JONES, Professor of Social Work, University of Huddersfield. For services to Vulnerable Women and Children.

Margaret Ann JONES, M.S., Deputy Presiding Officer, Senedd Cymru. For parliamentary and public service in Cymru.

Mary Sylvester JONES, lately Deputy Director, Home Affairs and EU Exit, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Dr. Roger Hugh JONES, Consulting Editor, British Journal of General Practice. For services to General Practice.

Tobias Edward Heslewood JONES, (Toby Jones) Actor. For services to Drama.

Larissa JOY, Chair, Social Business Trust and Foundling Museum. For services to the Charitable, Voluntary and Social Enterprise Sectors.

Professor Dhiya AL-JUMEILY, Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Liverpool John Moores University. For services to Scientific Research.

Professor Partha Sarathi KAR, Consultant and Endocrinologist, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to People with Diabetes.

Professor Daniel KELLY, Chair, Nursing Research, Royal College of Nursing, Cardiff University. For services to Cancer Nursing, to Nurse Education and to Research.

Nadim EDNAN-LAPEROUSE, M.B.E., Co-founder and Trustee, Natasha Allergy Research Foundation. For services to People with Allergies.

Tanya EDNAN-LAPEROUSE, Co-founder and Trustee, Natasha Allergy Research Foundation. For services to People with Allergies.

Philip LARKIN, Deputy Head, Special Cases Unit, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, Home Office. For services to National Security.

Robert William LAWSON, Chair of Governors, Education Partnership North East. For services to Education in Sunderland.

Jennifer Elizabeth LEE, Potter. For services to Ceramics.

Karen LEE, Director, One Service Group, North West England, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the Delivery of Public Services.

Richard LEE, Chief Human Resources Manager, Willmott-Dixon. For services to Business and Equality.

John George LILLYWHITE, Chair, Kainos. For services to the Technology Sector in Northern Ireland.

John LIVERSIDGE, lately Senior Manager, TecSOS. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Ian Frank LUSH, Chief Executive, Imperial Health Charity. For charitable services to the NHS.

Stephanie MacDONALD, Co-founder 6a Architects. For services to Architecture.

Robert Hywel MacFARLANE, Deputy Director, Doctrine and Training, Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Carol Jane MACK, Chief Executive, Association of Charitable Foundations. For services to Charity.

Linda Mary MAGRATH, Chief Executive Officer, Laurus Trust. For services to Education in Greater Manchester.

Professor Lorraine Lucy MALTBY, Professor of Environmental Biology, University of Sheffield. For services to Environmental Biology, Animal and Plant Sciences.

Louise DI MAMBRO, Registrar, Supreme Court and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. For services to the Administration of Justice.

Sarah Heide MARCHANT, Area Business Manager, Crown Prosecution Service, South West. For services to Law and Order.

Michael MARGESON. For services to Mountain Rescue.

Wayne MARSHALL, Conductor and Organist. For services to Music.

Loraine Frances MARTINS, M.B.E., Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Network Rail. For services to Diversity and Inclusion.

Dr. Philip Joseph McGARRY, D.L. For services to Mental Health and to the community in Belfast.

Lee PARDY-McLAUGHLIN, Child and Family Principal Social Worker, Coventry City Council. For services to Children and to Families.

Iain McNEILL, Deputy Director, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to the Tax System.

Susan Jessica McVEIGH, M.B.E., Head, Tax Apprenticeship Employer-Provider, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax and Compliance Apprenticeships.

Ann McVIE, Deputy Director, Social Security Policy, Scottish Government. For public service.

John David MEDLAND, Policy Manager, BT. For services to Public Safety.

Gerald Gary MERCURIO, Writer and Producer. For services to Television Drama.

Caragh MERRICK, Trustee and Chair of Finance Committee, Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. For services to Higher Education.

Robert Peter DOUGLAS MILLER. For services to Wildlife Conservation in Scotland.

Joanne MONCK, Gardener and LGBTQ Activist. For services to Transgender Equality.

Luke Andrew MONTAGUE, lately Co-ordinator, Talks Process, Northern Ireland Office. For services to the Peace Process in Northern Ireland.

Professor Suneetha Ramani MOONESINGHE, Professor of Perioperative Medicine and Consultant Anaesthetist, University College London. For services to Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Critical Care.

Alan John Lindsay Kennedy MOORE, M.B.E. For services to Mass Incident Emergency Planning in Northern Ireland.

Harvey Kleis MOORE. For services to Defence during Covid-19.

Christopher Gerrard MORAN, National Clinical Director for Trauma, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to Trauma Surgery.

Catherine MORGAN, Chief Nurse, East of England, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to Nursing.

Darryl Sean Ewing MORGAN, Headteacher, Ridgeway School, Farnham. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Surrey.

Nicholas James MORGAN, Section Head, Crime Patterns, Crime and Policing Analysis Unit, Home Office. For services to Community Safety.

Jerome Patrick MULLEN, Director, Newry Chamber of Commerce and the Clamry Group. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland and to Polish-Northern Irish Relations.

John Cruddas MURRAY, lately Chief Executive, Society of Maritime Industries. For services to the UK Maritime Sector.

Gunther Alois NEWCOMBE, lately Director, Operations, Oil and Gas Authority. For services to the Oil and Gas Sector.

Nicola NEWTON, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Robert LOCKYER-NIBBS, (Bob Lockyer). For services to Dance and Broadcasting.

Katherine NICHOLLS, Chief Executive Officer, UKHospitality.For services to the Hospitality Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David Roydon NIGHTINGALE, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Kent. For services to Higher Education.

Clare Joanne Threlfall NORMAND, Founder, Alec Normand Fund. For services to Brain Tumour charities.

Hunada NOUSS, Chair, Audit and Risk Committee, Education and Skills Funding Agency. For public service.

Angela Joanne OBRIEN, Primary Director, Spencer Academy Trust and former Principal, Wyndham Academy and Primary Director, Spencer Academy Trust. For services to Education.

William Patrick Thomas OHARA. For services to Sailing.

Samantha ORDE, National Chair, Riding for the Disabled Association. For services to People with Disabilities.

Angela Mary OWEN, Founder, Women in DefenceUK. For services to Women in the Defence Sector.

John David OWEN, Director, Strategic Business Resilience,House of Commons and House of Lords. For services to Parliament, particularly during Covid-19.

June PALMER, Headteacher, Mayfield School, Torquay. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Jon PARKER, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Rosalyn Julia PARKER, Principal, Southend Adult Community College. For services to Adult Education and to the community in Southend, Essex.

Anne Sally PATERSON, Chief Education Officer and Head of Education Service, Argyll and Bute Council. For services to Education.

Richard Cumming PATERSON, Master Blender, Whyte and Mackay Ltd. For services to the Scotch Whisky Industry.

William PATERSON. For services to the Economy and to the community in Scotland.

Sara Louise PEPPER, Director of Creative Economy, Cardiff University. For services to the Creative Economy.

Simon Keith PIROTTE, Principal, Bridgend College. For services to Further and Higher Education in Wales.

William Ian David PLAISTOWE. For services to the community in Watlington, Oxfordshire.

Sandra Marilyn BARNETT-POLLOCK, Director, Open Mind Training and Development. For services to Equality.

Rosemary Janet POPE. For services to Charitable Fundraising.

Anthony Charles Russell PRICE, Chief Executive, Swanbarton Ltd. For services to the Energy Storage Industry.

Ruth Anne PURDIE, Chief Executive, UK Road Offender Education. For services to Road Safety and to Policing.

Sharon PURSEY, Co-founder, SafeToNet. For services to International Trade.

Diljit Singh RANA, M.B.E., (Baron Rana), Chairman, Andras House Ltd. For services to Business and to the Economy in Northern Ireland.

Asiyah RAVAT, Executive Principal, Star Academies. For services to Education in Birmingham.

Tracey Lynne REED, lately Director, Historic Properties, English Heritage. For services to Cultural Heritage.

Myrddin REES, Consultant General and Hepatobiliary Surgeon, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Liver Cancer Surgery.

Dr. Patricia Gail RICE, Chair, School Teachers Review Body. For services to Education.

David RICHARDS, Director of Governance and Ethics, Welsh Government. For public service.

Brian ROBERTS, Finance Commissioner, Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government. For services to Local Government and to Public Service Finance.

Sarah ROBINSON. For services to Heritage.

Eric Bell ROBSON, Honorary President, Cumbria Tourism. For services to Tourism.

Hugh ROLO, Chair and Founding Member, Key Fund. For services to Social Investment and Enterprise in the Midlands and North of England.

Nicholas John RUST, lately Chief Executive, British Horseracing Authority. For services to Horseracing.

Mark SAUTEREAU, Deputy Director, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to the Food Supply Chain and to the Vulnerable, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Carolyn SAVAGE, Head, Apprentice Engagement, Education and Skills Funding Agency. For services to Apprenticeships and Skills.

Michael Vincent SHANAHAN, Deputy National Head, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response, NHS England. For services to the NHS.

Dr. William Oliver Edward Pattison SHANKS. For services to the Vulnerable in Northern Ireland.

Dr. Rowena Marie SHAW. For services to Education and to Young People.

Jacqueline Claudette SHEARS, Programme Director, NHS Digital. For services to Patient Care.

Linda Grace SHEARS, Co-founder, Shears Foundation. For services to Charity.

Isobel SHELDON, Director, Business Development, UK Battery Industrialisation Centre. For services to Motor Vehicle Battery Technology.

Janet Valerie SHERIFF, Headteacher and National Leader of Education, Prince Henrys Grammar School, Otley. For services to Education in West Yorkshire.

Narmada Helen de SILVA, Deputy Director, Strategic and Cross Cutting Policy Group, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For public service.

Jeremy Lewis SIMONS, lately Chairman, Port and City of London Health and Environmental Services Committee. For services to Air Quality and to Environmental Conservation in London.

Karl SIMONS, Chief Health, Safety and Wellbeing Officer, Thames Water. For services to Mental Health Policy.

Moira Sarah SINCLAIR, Chief Executive Officer, Paul Hamlyn Foundation. For services to Charity and to the Arts.

Mrunel SISODIA, Co-chair, National Network of Parent Carer Forums. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David SMITH, Deputy Managing Director, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Jon SMITH, Founder, Lee Smith Research Foundation. For charitable services to Leukaemia Research.

Phillipa Maria SPENCER, Senior Principal Statistician, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. For services to Defence, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Anthony John SPIRO, Joint President, Wiener Holocaust Library. For voluntary service to Holocaust Remembrance.

Craig STEPHENSON. For services to Parliament and to Equality.

Alan STEWART, Hairdresser. For services to Hairdressing.Linda Elizabeth STEWART, Hairdresser. For services to Hairdressing.

Cordella BART-STEWART, Founder, Black Solicitors Network and Judge, Immigration and Asylum Chamber. For services to the Legal Profession and voluntary service to Diversity and to Education.

Professor Kathleen Mary Linn STOCK, Professor of Philosophy, University of Sussex. For services to Higher Education.

Carole Mary STOTT, M.B.E., lately Chair, Association of Colleges and Find a Future. For services to Education.

Professor Eleanor Phobe Jane STRIDE, FREng, Statutory Professor of Biomaterials, University of Oxford. For services to Engineering.

Matthew John STUTELY, Director of Software Engineering, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament during Covid-19.

Emma SWEETING, Team Leader, National Crime Agency. For services to Law and Order.

Ema SWINGWOOD, Physiotherapist, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Physiotherapy.

Claudia Claire SYKES, Chief Executive Officer, Social Enterprise Kent and All Seasons Community Support. For services to Social Enterprise and to the Social Care Sector.

Ellen THINNESEN, Principal, Sunderland College. For services to Education.

Neil Edward Thomas THOMAS, Governor, H.M. Prison Stocken.For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Michael TOBIAS. For services to the Jewish Community.

Christopher Michael TYAS, Chair, Food Resilience Industry Forum.For services to the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Tracy Amanda VEGRO, Executive Director, Resources and Strategy, Financial Reporting Council. For services to Business and to Diversity.

Paul VENNERS, Managing Director, LEEC Ltd. For services to Hospital Mortuaries and to Post-Mortem Facilities, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Jayne Mary VERTKIN, Head of Early Help, Westminster City Council. For services to Children in London.

Nina Minoo WADIA. For services to Entertainment and to Charity.

Sarah Victoria WALLACE, Speech and Language Therapist, Critical Care, Wythenshaw Hospital, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.

Gajan Lavan WALLOOPPILLAI. For services to Equality and to Community Cohesion.

David Alan John WALROND, Principal and Chair, Truro and Penwith College and Callywith College. For services to Further Education in Cornwall.

Adeela WARLEY, Chief Executive, CharityComms. For services to Charity Communications.

Alan Douglas WATSON, Chair and Captain, The Medusa Trust. For services to Maritime History and to Charity.

Dr. Matthew Richard WEST, Consultant, Centre for National Infrastructure. For services to Information Management in Business.

Helen Catherine Mortimer WHITEHOUSE, Deputy Director, Museums and Cultural Property, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. For services to Museums and to Heritage.

Karen Stephanie WILLIAMS. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Dr. Paul Daniel WILLIAMS, lately Member of Parliament for Stockton South. For services to Parliament and to Healthcare in Stockton-on- Tees.

Professor Michael David WOOD, Historian and Broadcaster. For services to Public History and to Broadcasting.

Frances Mary Alexandra WOOLEY, lately General Counsel, Ofcom. For services to the Public Sector and Communications Regulation.

M.B.E.

To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the said Most Excellent Order:

Caroline ADAMS, Political Officer, Parliamentary Labour Party. For political service.

Professor Adewale Olukayode ADEBAJO, Consultant Rheumatologist, Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Inclusive Patient and to Public Involvement in Research.

Professor Alka Suraiprakash AHUJA, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Royal College of Psychiatrists (Wales). For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Kevin AITCHISON. For services to Wheelchair Rugby and to People with Disabilities.

Nwamaka Carol AKIWUMI, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Money4You. For services to Financial Education during Covid-19.

Professor Laurence John ALISON, Director of the National Centre for the Study of Critical Incident Decision Making, University of Liverpool. For services to Critical Incident Handling and to the NHS during Covid-19.

Dr. Nisreen ALWAN, Associate Professor in Public Health, Southampton University. For services to Medicine and Public Health during Covid-19.

Paul AMADI, Chief Support Officer, British Red Cross. For charitable services.

Carla ANDREWS, Founder and Managing Director, Motivated Minds. For services to Wellbeing in Essex.

Shane Peter ANDREWS, Project Operations Interface Specialist, Network Rail. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Norah AL-ANI, Director, Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre. For services to Social Justice and to Gender Equality.

Raymond ANTROBUS, Poet. For services to Literature.

Alan ARMSON. For services to the community in Northamptonshire.

Humza ARSHAD, Comedian and Writer. For services to Education.

Janet Cicely ARTHUR. For services to the community in Smeeton Westerby, Leicestershire.

Keith Henry Francis ASTON. For services to the community in Bristol.

Christine BAGLEY, Co-founder, Urban Outreach. For services to the community in Bolton, Greater Manchester, particularly during Covid-19.

David John BAGLEY, Co-founder, Urban Outreach. For services to the community in Bolton, Greater Manchester, particularly during Covid-19.

Andrew BAKER, Founder, Play2Give. For services to Charity.

Anne Isobel BAKER, Volunteer Fundraiser, NSPCC. For charitable services, particularly during Covid-19.

David Edward BALLARD. For services to Education, to Health and to Social Care.

John BAMFORD, Patient Safety Campaigner. For services to Patient Safety in the NHS.

Peter John BARHAM. For services to Maritime Sector.

Detective Inspector Lee BARNARD, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing and to Victims of Domestic Abuse.

Monica BARNES, Chair, Resident Strategy Group, Optivo. For services to Social Housing.

Douglas Gordon Fleming BARROW, Member, Court of Common Council and lately Chairman, Police Authority Board, City of London. For services to the Maritime Sector and to the City of London.

Hannah BARRY, Founder, Hannah Barry Gallery. For services to Contemporary Art in London.

Gregory John BARTON, Specialist Pharmacist, Critical Care and Burns, St. Helens and Knowsley NHS Teaching Hospitals Trust and Chair, United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association, Critical Care Group. For services to Pharmacy, particularly during Covid-19.

George Arthur Somers HERVEY-BATHURST, Founder, Ben Bathurst Memorial Trust. For voluntary service to Armed Forces Personnel and to their Families.

Kathleen BEAVAN. For services to Agriculture.

Sacha BEDDING, Chief Executive Officer, The Wharton Trust. For services to the community in Hartlepool particularly, during Covid-19.

Jacqueline Mary BELL, Owner and Manager, Jaybees Nursery, Lochmaben. For services to Education and to Charity.

Christine Dominique BERESFORD, Chair of Trustees, Whitchurch Silk Mill Trust and Winchester Military Museum. For services to Cultural Heritage in Hampshire.u00a0

Dr. Thomas Bernard Nicholas BEST, Clinical Director, Critical Care, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Critical Care, particularly during Covid-19.

Rabinder Nath BHANOT, J.P. For services to Wellbeing and Community Action, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Harnovdeep Singh BHARAJ, Consultant, Diabetes and General Medicine, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust. For services to People with Diabetes in the South Asian Community.

Mark William Charles BIGNELL, Chief Executive, Hamohaze House. For services to People with Problematic Use of Alcohol and Other Substances in Plymouth.

Colin BILLINGSLEY, Customer Service Lead, Work and Health North West, Department for Work and Pensions. For public and charitable services.

Margaret SIMMONS-BIRD, Director of Education Transformation, Bath and North East Somerset Council. For services to Education.

Alan Henry BLACK. For services to the community in South Armagh.

Nicola BLACK, Head, Parkhead Community Nursery. For services to Pre-School Education and to the community in Glasgow.

Elizabeth Ann BLADES. For services to the community in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.

Colleen Isla BLAIR, Regional Swimming Development Manager, Scottish Swimming and Open Water Adventurer. For services to Swimming.

Anne BLAKE. For services to Adults with Learning Disabilities in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.

Rosalind BLUNDELL, Product Manager, Digital, Data and Technology Team, Home Office. For services to Immigration and Border Technology.

Laura Claire BOUNDS, Managing Director, Kent Crisps. For services to International Trade.

Daniel Legh BROOKS, Chief Executive Officer, Virtual Human Resources. For services to International Trade.

Paul Vincent BROOKS, Director of Patient Experience, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare Leadership.

Dr. Anna Victoria BROWN, Head of Plant Health, Forestry and Contingency, Forestry Commission. For services to Forest Pathology.

Cheryl-Lee BROWN. For services to Children and to Families in Midlothian.

Richard Christopher BROWN, Co-chair, Ataxia UK. For services to People with Disabilities and to the community in Middle Barton, Oxfordshire.

Dr. Alistair BURN, Principal Specialist, Water and Pollution.For voluntary service to Nature Conservation in Cambridgeshire.

Robert Geoffrey BURROW. For services to Rugby and to Motor Neurone Disease Awareness during Covid-19.

Jacqueline BURT, Chair, Brain Injury Social Work Group. For services to People with Brain Injuries.

Kevin James BYRNE, Managing Director, Seymour Civil Engineering. For services to Business and to Skills.

Captain Barbara CAMPBELL, Master, Jubilee Sailing Trust. For services to the Vulnerable.

Christine Nancy CAMPBELL, Culture Collection Manager, Scottish Association for Marine Science. For services to Marine Science.

Richard John CAMPBELL. For services to the community in the West Midlands.

Rupert Michael HAY-CAMPBELL, Head of Architecture, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament and to the community in Essex.

Lawrence Victor CANTLE. For services to Megacentre in Rayleigh,

Essex. Professor Kristian BOWLES, Consultant Haematologist and Associate

Medical Director of Research and Innovation, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Norman BOXALL, Volunteer, Boys Brigade and Scouts. For voluntary service to Young People.

Lesley BRAIDEN, lately Academic Registrar, Newcastle University. For services to Higher Education.

Professor Mark Alan BRANDON, Professor of Polar Oceanography, Open University. For services to Polar Science.

Anne Viensouk KEOTHAVONG BRETHERTON. For services to Tennis.

Rosemary Elizabeth BREWSTER, Senior Physiotherapist, Roxburghe House Hospice, Royal Victoria Hospital, Dundee. For services to End of Life Care.

Andrew David BRIGGS, Volunteer, NSPCC. For services to Children.

Michael David BRIGGS, Executive Director, East Belfast Community Development Agency. For services to the Voluntary Sector and to the community in East Belfast.

Diana Marilyn BRITTEN. For services to Aerobatics and charity.

Professor Dawn June BROOKER, Professor, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester. For services to People Affected by Dementia.

Derek CAPPER. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland.

Lisa Jane CAPPER, lately Chair, National Deaf Childrens Society. For services to Young People.

Hazel CARSON. For services to People with Genetic High Risk of Cancer in Northern Ireland.

Norman CARSON. For services to Charity and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Jonathan CARTER, Chief Engineer Stealth, Atlas Elektronik UK. For services to Naval Operational Effectiveness.

Halima Jade CASSELL, Sculptor. For services to Art.

Philip CASSIDY, Global Executive Vice President, Concentrix.For services to Entrepreneurship, to Business and to the Economy in Northern Ireland.

Alison Judith BAILEY CASTELLINA, Technical Standards Lead, Heat Networks, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Consumer Protection and to Diversity and Inclusion.

Dr. Katrina CATHIE, Consultant Paediatrician, University Hospital Southampton. For services to Paediatrics and the Covid-19 Response.

Julie CAWTHORNE, Infection, Prevention and Control Assistant Chief Nurse and Clinical Director, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing and the Covid-19 Response.

Professor Barbara Lesley CHADWICK, Professor of Paediatric Dentistry and Director, Education and Students School of Dentistry, Cardiff University. For services to Paediatric Dental Health.

Dawn CHEETHAM. For services to Business and to the community in Lancashire.

Dr. Anand John CHITNIS, General Practitioner, The Castle Practice, Birmingham. For services to the NHS, Mental Health and Disabilities.

Aquiline CHIVINGE, Senior Nurse Research Leader, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Patients from Ethnic Minority Backgrounds.

Lynne CHRISTOPHER, Deputy Principal, Isle of Wight College. For services to Further Education.

Jill HUDSON-CLARK, Foster Carer, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. For services to Fostering in Berkshire.

Michael Ewan CLARKE. For services to Public Libraries and voluntary service in London during Covid-19.

Dr. Peter CLARKE. For services to the Outer Hebrides and to the community in Tottenham, London.

Sarah Elizabeth CLARKE, (Sarah McDonald), Director and Lead Nurse, Adult Critical Care and Major Trauma Operational Delivery Networks, Cheshire and Merseyside. For services to Nursing and to the Covid-19 Response.

Steven CLARKE, Managing Director, Bidford Wholesale Depots. For services to the Vulnerable during Covid-19.

Jonty CLAYPOLE, Director, BBC Arts. For services to the Creation of the Culture in Quarantine Virtual Festival of Arts during Covid-19.

Barbara Maureen CLINE. For services to the community in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Pamela Fry CLOUSTON, J.P. For services to the community in North East England.

Emma COBLEY, Principal, Foxes Academy Residential SEN College. For services to Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Professor Geoffrey Allan CODD, F.R.S.E., Emeritus Professor of Microbiology, University of Dundee. For services to Water Quality.

Caroline COLLENDER, Homeless Outreach Worker, South London District, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to the Homeless.

Shirley Jane COLLIER, lately Chair of Governors, York College. For services to Further Education.

Janette COLLINS, Founder, Crib Youth Intervention. For services to Reducing Re-offending.

Lynda COLSTON, Learning Design Manager, People and Capability Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Mental Health Learning.

Jane COMEAU, Chair of the Board, Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years, Kent. For services to Education.

Jill CONSTANTINE, Director, Arts Council Collection. For services to the Arts.

Jacky COPPING, Deputy Director of Nursing, James Paget University Hospitals NHS. For services to Nursing, particularly during Covid-19.

Dr. Evelyn Jane CORNER, Physiotherapist and Lecturer,Brunel University. For services to Health Education during Covid-19.

Gillian COULTARD. For services to Football.

Julie COVENEY, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Philip John COWBURN, Consultant in Emergency Medicine,South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and Great Western Air Ambulance. For services to Emergency Medicine and to the Covid-19 Response.

Anita Olwen CREECH, Regional Manager, Immigration Enforcement International, Home Office. For services to Border Security.

Bradley Jay CRESWICK, lately Leader, Royal Northern Sinfonia. For services to Music.

Susan CROCKER, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Head of Community, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, City of London and London Borough of Hackney. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

David William Courtie CROSBY, Chair of the Corporation, Hugh Baird College, Bootle. For services to Further Education in Merseyside.

Philip Roy CROSS, Co-founder, Starcross Youth Theatre. For services to Young People in Wolverhampton.

Robert CROSS, Chairman, North Midlands Branch, Gurkha Welfare Trust. For services to Gurkha Veterans.

Elizabeth Jane CRUMP, National Strategic Lead, What Next? For services to the Arts.

Sylvia May CUNDELL, Senior Crown Prosecutor, East of England, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order.

Debra CURD, Leader, Social Work Services, Swindon Borough Council. For services to Children and to Young People.

Alan CURTIS. For services to Welsh Football.

Carla Jane CUTHBERTSON, Co-founder, Brothers in Arms.For services to Charitable Fundraising for Armed Forces Charities.

Thomas Douglas CUTHBERTSON, Co-founder, Brothers in Arms.For services to Charitable Fundraising for the Armed Forces Charities.

Caroline CUTTS, Operational Director, Children and Families, London Borough of Redbridge. For services to Children, to Young People and to Families.

Simon DANCIGER, Chair, OSO Arts Centre. For services to the community in Barnes, Greater London, particularly during Covid-19.

Leonard Arnold DANIELS. For services to the community in Somerset.

Wayne Mark DARCH, Head of Operations, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience, Response and Specialist Practice, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the Emergency Services and the Covid-19 Response.

Craig Ashley DAVID, Singer, Songwriter and Record Producer. For services to Music.

Rachel Jacqueline DAVIS, Headteacher, Little Sutton School, West Midlands. For services to Education.

Alan Roger MARYON-DAVIS, Chair, Public Health Advisory Group, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. For services to Public Health.

Susan Anne DEAVES. For services to Athletics.

Jill Lisbeth DEMILEW, lately Consultant Midwife, Public Health, Kings College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Midwifery.

Dr. Fiona Claire DEMPSEY, Consultant, Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, Somerset NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.

Karen DEVERELL, Chief Executive, Mendip YMCA. For services to Young People in Somerset.

Linda Anne DIAMOND, Volunteer, Jewish Lads and Girls Brigade. For voluntary service to Young People.

Robert DICK, Head Coach, Scottish Disability Bowls. For services to Disability Sport.

Anna Louise DIXON, Chief Executive, Centre for Ageing Better. For services to Wellbeing in Later Life.

Katie DODD. For services to Hockey.

Diane DODSWORTH, Head of Nursing and Critical Care, Parkside Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Carol DOGGETT, Senior Matron, Intensive Care, Morriston Hospital, Swansea. For services to Leadership and Nursing Care for Intensive Care Patients and Staff, particularly during Covid-19.

Gerard Francis DONNELLY, Team Leader, People and Capability group, Apprenticeship team for services to Social Mobility.

David Keay DORWARD, Chairman, Dundee Bairns. For services to Children and Families in Dundee.

Anne-Marie DOUGLAS, Work Coach, Work and Health Services, South London District, Department for Work and Pensions.For services to Care Leavers in South London.

Charles Wesley DUNCAN. For voluntary service to Military Veterans.

Itiola DUROJAIYE, Diversity Policy Adviser, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Diversity.

Avinash DUSSARAM, Members Services Officer, Parliamentary Digital Service. For services to Parliament, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Sally Jane DYNEVOR, Actress. For services to Drama.

Phillip EAGLEN, Volunteer Mechanic and Shore Crew Member, Wells Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

David Roy EARLE, Founder, Tribus. For voluntary and charitable services.

Matthew ELLISON, Founder, Huntingdons Disease Youth Organisation. For voluntary and charitable services.

Tracy Helen ETIENNE, Family Legal Team Manager, Cheshire and Merseyside, H.M. Courts and Tribunals Service. For services to the Administration of Justice.

David EVANS, Consultant Neonatologist, North Bristol NHS Trust. For services to Neonatology and Medical Education, particularly during Covid-19.

The Reverend David John Goronwy EVANS, (Goronwy Evans). For services to Charity and to the community in Lampeter, West Wales.

Diana EVANS. For services to Heritage.

Emma Samantha EVANS. For services to Goalball and to Athletes with Visual Impairments.

Pauline EVANS, Senior Manager, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement.

Paul John FENTON, Director, Estates and Facilities, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.

Laura Patricia ALCOCK-FERGUSON, Founding Director, Campaign to End Loneliness. For services to People Experiencing Loneliness in Later Life.

Pauline FIELDING, Founder, RoadPeace North West. For services to Road Safety.

Charles David Mcquistan FLEAR. For services to Health, to Community Care and to the community in Caithness.

Lee Alexander FLETCHER, Director of Extended Services, Tudor Grange Academy, Kingshurst. For services to Education in Birmingham.

Rosemary FLETCHER, Volunteer. For voluntary service to the NHS Forth Valley Royal Hospital during Covid-19.

Karen FLOOD, Co-chair, Cross-Government National Learning Disability Board. For services to People with Learning Disabilities.

Ronald FLOWERS. For services to Football.

Courtney-Jane FOLEY, Project Manager, PPE Procurement, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence during the Covid-19 Response.

James FORD, lately Foster Carer, Plymouth Fostering Services. For services to Fostering.

Valerie FORD, lately Foster Carer, Plymouth Fostering Services. For services to Fostering.

Evelyn FORDE, Headteacher, Copthall School, Mill Hill. For services to Education in the London Borough of Barnet.

Denzil FORRESTER, Artist. For services to Art. Jonathan FREEMAN. For charitable services.

Dr. June Patricia FREEMAN, Founder Member, Colchester Refuge. For services to the Womens Refuge Movement in Colchester, Essex.

Mark Christopher Edward FREEMAN, President, Libraries Connected. For services to the Public Libraries Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 response.

Michael William FREER, Prison Officer, H.M. Prison Hull. For services to H.M. Prison and Probation Service.

Sally GALLAGHER, Technical Specialist, Environment Agency. For services to Groundwater Environment and to the Protection of Communities.

Ismail Mohammed GANGAT, Founder and Proprietor, Azhar Academy Girls School, Forest Gate. For services to Education in East London.

Joseph GARCIA, Director of Operations, South East Coast Ambulance Trust. For services to Emergency Response particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Frederick Giovanni Maria ST GEORGE, Co-founder, the Italian Job. For services to Charity.

Peter Mark GLOVER, Ambulance Technician and Link Worker,South East Coast Ambulance Service. For services to the NHS and to the Community First Response Programme.

John GODDEN, Chief Executive Officer, Salutem Care and Education. For services to the Vulnerable, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Professor Keith Malcolm GODFREY, Medical Doctor and Clinical Scientist, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Southampton. For services to Medicine during the Covid-19 Response.

Derek Charles GOODWIN. For services to the Study of Fish Populations in Cornwall.

James Russell GOULDIE, Supply Chain Director for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, Bidford. For services to the Vulnerable, during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Roganie GOVENDER, Consultant, Clinical Academic Speech and Language Therapist. For services to Speech and Language Therapy.

Anita GOYAL. For services to Diversity and to Female Empowerment.

Dr. Paul GRANT, Molecular Virology Scientific and Research and Development Lead, Health Services Laboratories. For services to Healthcare Science during the Covid-19 Response.

James Peter GREAVES. For services to Football.

Jason GREENWOOD, Delivery Manager, Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal. For services to the Administration of Justice, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Gary GREWAL, UK Liaison Officer. For services to Defence. Ray GRIFFITHS. For services to Mountain Rescue.

Sarah Ellen GRIFFITHS. For charitable services to People with Disabilities.

Dr. Mohammad Tayyab HAIDER, Medical Director, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response and to the community in Essex.

Simon Mark HALDEN, Founder and Campaign Leader, Sarah Greene Breakthrough Tribute Fund. For services to Cancer Fundraising.

Caroline HALFHIDE. For services to the community in Martock, Somerset during the Covid-19 Response.

Anna Louise HALLAS, National Domestic Manager, Compass Group. For services to the NHS.

Mohammad Imran HAMID. For services to Youth Empowerment and Social Welfare Projects.

David Andrew HAMILTON, Founder, Phoenix Dance Theatre. For services to Dance.

Kevin George HAMMETT. For services to Voluntary Fundraising.

Special Chief Officer Katherine Elizabeth Ann HANCOCK, Warwickshire Police. For services to Policing.

Florence HAND, Health and Wellbeing Manager, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to the Homeless.

Dr. Amir Simon HANNAN, General Practitioner, Haughton Thornley Medical Centre. For services to General Practice in Hyde and Haughton Green, Metropolitan Borough of Tameside.

Dr. Richard HARLING, Director, Health and Care, Staffordshire County Council. For services to Public Health and Adult Social Care, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Robert Roden HARRIS, Volunteer, H.M. Coastguard. For services to Voluntary Search and Rescue.

Stewart Christopher HARRIS, Headteacher, Phoenix School for Autism, Language and Commnication, Bow, London. For services to Children and Young People with Autism and to their Families.
Dr. Paul HARRISON, Clinical Director, Black Country Pathology Services. For services to Pathology in the West Midlands, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Carol Ann HART, Head of Volunteer and Community Services, Association of Jewish Refugees. For services to the Jewish community during Covid-19.

Arthur David HARVERD, Chairman, Enemy Property Claims Assessment Panel. For services to Arbitration.

Ian Aubrey McDonald HARVEY. For services to Agriculture and to Charity in Northern Ireland.

Bethan EATON-HASKINS, Director, Quality and Chief Nurse, South East Coast Ambulance Service. For services to Nursing, particularly during Covid-19.

Nichola HAY, Chief Operating Officer, Estio Training and lately Director, Outsource Learning and Development. For services to Apprenticeships and to Charity.

Christine HAYES, lately Systems, Analytics and Reward Officer, Ulster University. For services to Higher Education.

Peter Nigel HEAP. For charitable services to the community in Essex. Robert HEARD. For services to the Arts and to Charitable Fundraising.

Mursal HEDAYAT, Founder, Chatterbox. For services to Social Enterprise, to Technology and to the Economy.

Claire HENDERSON, Head of Department, Quality Careers and International Development, South Eastern Regional College. For services to Further Education in Northern Ireland.

Emma Victoria HENDERSON, Co-founder, Project Wingman. For services to Charity during Covid-19.

Mercedes Jill Ursula HENNING, Headteacher, Holy Trinity Church of England Primary Academy, Cheverell. For services to Education in Wiltshire.

Laura Josephine HENRY, Managing Director, Laura Henry Consultancy. For services to Education.

Dr. Katherine HEWLETT, Glass Tutor, Working Mens College. For services to Further Education and to Charity in London.

Detective Sergeant Janet HILLS, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing and to Community Relations.

Dorothy Anne HILSLEY, Headteacher, Yester Primary School, Gifford. For services to Education in East Lothian.

Dr. Timothy Boon Leong HO, Medical Director, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Joanne HOBBS, Chief Executive Officer, British Youth Council. For professional and voluntary services to Young People.

Patricia HOLLAND. For services to the community in Buxton and High Peak, Derbyshire.

Emily Jayne HOLLIS, Director of Teaching and Learning, Woodcote High School, Coulsdon. For services to Education in the London Borough of Croydon.

Stephen HOLMES, Service Director, Adult Social Care, Northumberland County Council. For services to Adult Social Care during Covid-19.

Sarah Elizabeth HOPE, Founder, Elizabeths Legacy of Hope.For services to Child Amputees and Road Accident Victims in London.

Damian HOPLEY. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Chief Inspector Hobibul HOQUE, Bedfordshire Police. For services to Policing and Community Cohesion.

Sharon HOWELL. For charitable services in Hertfordshire.

Derek Andrew HOWLAND, lately Principal Production Consultant, Ordnance Survey. For services to National Mapping.

William Joseph HUMPHREY, MLA, Member of the Northern Ireland Legislative Assembly for North Belfast. For public service, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Andrew John HURST, Chief Executive, One Dance UK. For services to Dance, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Teresa Ann HURST. For political service in St Helens, Merseyside.

Dr. Gareth HYNES, Specialty Registrar, Respiratory Medicine, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Medical Education during Covid-19.

Olay Yinka ILORI, Designer. For services to Design.

Kevin Robert INGRAM. For charitable and voluntary services in Solihull, West Midlands.

Suzanne Elizabeth MIELL-INGRAM, Makaton Tutor and Director, Singing Hands. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Catherine Jane IRWIN, Volunteer, Girl Guides. For services to Girlguiding.

Moinul ISLAM, Founder and Project Manager, Outta Skool North West. For services to Sport and Education in the community, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Syeda ISLAM. For services to the community in Battersea, Greater London, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard JACKSON, lately Head of Operations and Regional Media, Conservative Party. For public and political service.

Rodney JAMES, Foster Carer, Oxfordshire County Council. For services to Fostering.

Rosalie JAMES, Foster Carer, Oxfordshire County Council. For services to Fostering.

Dr. Fiona Charlton JENKINS, Executive Director of Therapies and Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and Interim Executive Director of Therapies and Health Sciences, Cwn Taf Morgannwg University Health Board. For services to Healthcare.

Mary Gabrielle JENNINGS, (Mary McGrath), Chief Executive Officer, FoodCycle. For professional and voluntary services to Disadvantaged People.

Maria KEAVENEY-JESSIMAN, Principal, Eveline Nursery Chain and Eveline Day School, London. For services to Education.

Michelle JOHNSON, Chief Nurse, Whittington Health NHS Trust. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Robert Cameron JOHNSTON, Regional Director, Duke of Edinburghs Award. For services to Young People.

Shravan Jashvantrai JOSHI. For services to Diversity and to the British Hindu community.

Jinjer KANDOLA, Chief Executive, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust. For services to Mental Health, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Professor Hora SOLTANI-KARBASCHI, Professor of Maternal and Infant Health, Sheffield Hallam University. For services to Higher Education and to Maternal and Infant Health.

Declan Michael KAVANAGH. For services to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Ryan Lawrence KELLEY, Chief Executive, Whitmore Vale Housing Association. For services to Social Care in Surrey.

Carmen June KELLY, Member of Management Committee, Cruse Bereavement Care. For services to Bereaved People in Hertfordshire.

John KIELY. For services to the community in Coventry.

Laura Jane KING, Founder, John King Brain Tumour Foundation. For charitable and voluntary services to People with Brain Tumours.

Sarah Margaret KINGSLAND, (Sally Kingsland), Senior Clinical Quality Manager, Regional Infection Prevention and Control Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement, London Region. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

John KIRKPATRICK. For services to Folk Music.

Brian Douglas KNIGHT. For services to the community in Bognor Regis and Littlehampton, West Sussex.

Lisa Elizabeth KNIGHT, Chief Nurse, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Stuart Howard LAMB, Chairman, William Lamb Group. For services to Business and Skills and to the community in Yorkshire.

Steven-Mark LANGLEY, Project Delivery Manager, Digital Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Disability Accessibility Improvement and to Charity.

Alan Brian LAZARUS, Co-founder and Secretary, Jewish Association for Mental Illness. For services to Mental Health in the Jewish Community.

Kim LEADBEATER, Ambassador, Jo Cox Foundation and Chair, More in Common Batley and Spen. For services to Social Cohesion, to the community in Batley, West Yorkshire and to Combatting Loneliness during Covid-19.

Janet Olwen LEAR, Founder and Headteacher, Black Country Wheels School, Stourbridge. For services to Education in the West Midlands.

Richard Royce LEE, Q.A.M., National Response Co-ordinator, St John Ambulance. For services to Healthcare during Covid-19.

Dr. Maria Bernice LENN, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, the Suited and Booted Centre. For services to the Unemployed in London.

Kim LEWINGTON, Charity Development Programme, Fly2Help. For services to Diversity in Aviation.

Simon LEWIS, Head of Crisis Response, British Red Cross.For services to Crisis Response and to Healthcare during Covid-19.

Ann LOVELACE, Volunteer, the Orpheus Centre. For services to Young People with Disabilities in Godstone, Surrey.

Joyce Margaret LOVELAND. For services to Foster Care in Moray. Ronald Alexander LOVELAND. For services to Foster Care in Moray.

Susanne LYNCH, Head, Medicines Management, South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group and Southport and Formby Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to Pharmacy, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Kenneth Neil MacDONALD. For voluntary service to Dentistry Abroad.

Dr. Natalie-Jane Anne MacDONALD, Chief Executive Officer, Sunrise Senior Living UK and Gracewell Healthcare and Chair, Nuffield Health. For services to Healthcare, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Judith Martha Tsitsi MACHIWENYIKA, Nurse Consultant, Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing and to BAME Equality, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Kenneth MacKAY. For services to the community in Rhenigidale, Western Isles.

David James MAHONEY, Chief Operating Officer, England and Wales Cricket Board. For services to Sport.

Veronica MAIN. For services to Straw Hat Plaiting and Endangered Crafts Skills.

Abdul MAJID. For services to Integration in Glasgow and to Charity in Scotland and Abroad.

Martin Paul MANN, Chair, Special Olympics. For services to People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Sally Clare CHALLIS-MANNING, Principal, Brinsbury College, Pulborough. For services to Further Education in West Sussex.

Raymond Alfred Stradling MARSH. For voluntary service to Wildlife and Conservation on Skippers Island, Essex.

Fiorella MASSEY, Chair, Friends of the Mental Health Foundation. For services to Education.

Michael MASTER. For services to Wildlife and Conservation in Hertfordshire and Middlesex.

Robert MATHER, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Against Malaria Foundation. For services to Medicine and to Charity.

Alexander John Hilton MAYFIELD, Supply Chain and Operations Director, Brakes Supply. For services to the Food Supply Chain and to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Duncan Ferguson McDONALD. For services to Scottish Traditional Music.

John Charles Kenneth McDOWELL, Director, Kilwaughter Minerals Ltd. For services to Industry and to Charity in Northern Ireland.

Karen McDOWELL, Station Commander, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service and to the LGBTQ community.

William Thompson McELHINNEY, lately Principal, Ashlea Primary School, Londonderry. For services to Primary Education in Northern Ireland.

David Alistair McGOWAN. For services to Sport and to Reconciliation in Northern Ireland.

Alyson McGREGOR, (Alyson Watson), National Director, Altogether Better. For services to Collaborative Practice and Service Development in the NHS.

John Warren McGUINNESS. For services to Motorcycle Racing.

Brenda McHUGH, Founder, Pears Family School. For services to Education.

Helen Elizabeth McHUGH. For services to Education and to the Methodist Church in Northern Ireland.

George Philip McKENZIE, Chair, Port William Inshore Rescue Service. For services to Maritime Safety in Scotland.

Darren McMAHON, Youth Worker, PACT. For voluntary service to Young People in Stanley, County Durham.

Amanda McNAMEE, Principal, Lagan College. For services to Education in Northern Ireland.

Nigel William Whiteley MELLOR, Chair, Emmaus Merseyside. For services to the Homeless and Disadvantaged in Merseyside.

Greta MENDEZ. For services to Dance.

Maxwell John MILBURN. For services to Fundraising, especially for St Nicholas Hospice, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Andrew James MILLER, Arts Consultant and Broadcaster. For services to Disability Awareness in the Cultural Industry.

Paul Malcolm MILLER, Senior Manager Health, Safety and Environment, ASDA Stores Ltd. For services to Retail Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Liz Jane MILLS. For services to the community in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Alexandra Gail MILNE, Staff Commander, First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. For services to Emergency Incident Response and to the Covid-19 Response in London.

Arpal MOEZARIA, Attendance and Wellbeing Champion, Risk and Intelligence Service, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Staff Wellbeing.

Dr. Alison MONAGHAN, Principal Geologist, British Geological Survey. For services to Geology.

Harry MOORE, Voluntary Founder and Chair, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People and Co-founder, the Laura Centre. For services to Young People and to Charity in Leicester.

Janet Enid MORGAN, Founder, Lithuanian Orphans Support Trust. For voluntary and charitable services.

Emma MORRIS, Chief Executive Officer, Stop Abuse For Everyone. For services to Victims of Abuse and to Charity.

Paul Jonathan MORRIS, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Addmaster UK Ltd. For services to Exports.

Hamid MOTRAGHI, lately Chair, Home Office Race Network and Chair, Civil Service Race Forum. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Dorota Anna MROZ, Editor and Digital Publishing Director, TES. For services to Education.

Carol MUSGRAVE, lately Manager, North Warwickshire Citizens Advice. For services to the Voluntary Sector and to the community in Warwickshire.

Ruchi NANDA, lately Account Manager, Department for International Trade. For services to Trade, to Investment and to Business Support.

Gary NEEVE, Officer, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security.

Yvonne NEWBOLD, Founder, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, Violent and Challenging Behaviour Project. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and to their Families.

Ashley NICHOLSON, President, UK Harbour Masters Association and Senior Harbour Master, Forthports Ltd. For services to Women in the Maritime Sector.

Janice NICHOLSON, Strategic Lead, No Wrong Door, North Yorkshire. For services to Children.

Khairun NISA, Foster Carer, Leeds City Council. For services to Fostering.

Eunice Margery NORMAN. For services to the community in Gillingham, Kent.

Justine Patricia NORRIS, Community Mental Health Occupational Therapist, Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Laura Jane NORRIS, Head of Strategy and Policy for Specialised Services, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Karen Lesley OBRIEN, Regional Chief Pharmacist and Controlled Drug Accountable Officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement, North West Region. For services to Pharmacy and Patient Safety, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Alan James ODDIE, Founder, Ride High. For services to the community in Milton Keynes.

Michael John ONEILL, Chairman, Keighley Cougars. For services to Rugby League Football, the community in Keighley, West Yorkshire and charity during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Richard William ORD. For services to Hospitality and Regeneration in South Tyneside.

Richard Hugh OSGOOD, Senior Archaeologist, Defence Infrastructure Organisation. For services to Defence and to Heritage.

Mohamed Hazrath Haleem OSSMAN. For services to the Sri Lankan Muslim Community in the UK.

Amanda Elizabeth Lavinia OWEN, Health and Safety Director, Heathrow Airport. For services to Transport particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David Fraser OWEN. For services to Scouting.

Special Chief Officer Mark OWEN, North Wales Police. For services to Policing and the community in North Wales, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Thomas Huw OWEN, Founder and Managing Director, Owens Group. For services to Employment and to the community in Llanelli and South Wales.

Daniel Leonard OWENS, Online Grocery Development Manager, Asda Stores Ltd. For services to Retail Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Catherine Julie PALMER, Head, Change Governance, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency. For services to Motorists.

Satyesh PARMAR, Consultant Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. For services to Oral and Maxillofacial Cancer Surgery.

Richard PASKELL, Western Beacons Mountain Rescue Team. For services to Mountain Rescue and to the community in South Wales.

Catherine PATERSON, Founder, the Dochas Fund. For services to Healthcare and Social Care in Argyll and Bute.

Bhaven PATHAK. For services to Business and British Hinduism in the UK.

Jade-Shannon PATRICK, Founder, Daisy Chain Project, Sussex. For services to Victims of Domestic Abuse, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Harold George PATTEN. For services to African and Caribbean Dance.

Nigel PAYNE, Chair, Professional Jockeys Association. For services to British Horseracing and to Charity, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Ian Fryer PEAKE, Principal and Chief Executive, Herefordshire, Ludlow and North Shropshire College. For services to Education.

Christine PEARSON, Executive Director of Nursing, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David Frederick PEARSON, lately Trustee and Company Secretary, Thirtyone:eight. For services to Safeguarding the Vulnerable.

Patricia Jane Roughan PEASE, Associate Chief Nurse for Safeguarding, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities. For services to Nursing, Children, Safeguarding and Young People, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Gordon Charles PENROSE, Honorary President, Institute of Roofing. For services to the Roof Slating and Tiling Industry.

Christopher George PHILLIPS, Voluntary Pastoral Worker, Dame Agnes Westons Royal Charity for the Naval Service. For voluntary services to the Royal Navy.

Tamsin PHIPPS. For voluntary services to Waterways and to Young People through Girlguiding UK.

Martin George PILGRIM, Trustee and Treasurer, Young Womens Trust. For services to Disadvantaged Children and Young People.

Mark Craig PILKINGTON, Combat System Engineer, Defence, Equipment and Support, Ministry of Defence. For services to Naval Operational Capability.

Pietra MELLO-PITTMAN, Co-founder, Sisters Grimm. For services to International Trade and to the Creative Industry.

Heather POPE, Clinical Director for Dental Services, East Cheshire NHS Trust. For services to Dental Treatment for the Vulnerable.

Emmi Rose POTELIAKHOFF, Provider Policy Director, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Nigel POULTON, Foster Carer, York City Council. For services to Fostering, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Rachel POULTON, Foster Carer, York City Council. For services to Fostering, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Marilyn Ann POUND, Chair of Governors, Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School, Ealing, London. For services to Education.

Bruce Lewis Hamilton POWELL, lately Chair of Trustees, Haberdashers Askes Federation and Treloar Trust. For services to Education.

Christine POWELL, National Manager, 111 Wales, Welsh Ambulance Service. For services to Healthcare and to the 111 Service in Wales.

Nigel Jonathan PRIESTLEY, Solicitor. For services to Children and Families.

Jo-Ann Elizabeth Pritchard PRINGLE, Programme Adviser, Childcare Works Leeds. For services to Education.

Saleem QUAZI, Team Leader, Office of the Regional Schools Commissioner, West Midlands. For services to Education.

Tim RAMSEY, Founder, Just Like Us. For services to Education and to LGBTQ Equality.

Alastair John RANKIN. For public and charitable services in Belfast.

Robert Kilpatrick RANKIN, Project Manager, Watts Improved Safety Headguard. For services to Civil Engineering and to Innovation.

Professor David Maccauley REID, Volunteer Ambassador,Royal Osteoporosis Society. For services to People with Osteoporosis and to Charity.

Judith Stella RHYS. For voluntary service to Health and Social Care.

Sharron ROBBIE, Managing Director, Devon and Cornwall Training Providers Network. For services to Apprenticeships and to Skills.

Margaret Grace ROBERTS, External Examiner and President, Institute of Education and Geographical Association. For services to Education.

Catherine ROBERTSON, Consultant Professor, University of Nottingham. For services to Occupational Therapy.

David John Marshall ROBINSON, Chairman of the Trustees,The Robinson Memorial Hospital. For services to the Health Board and the Covid-19 Response in North Antrim.

Robert Andrew ROBINSON. For public and voluntary service in Powys.

Thomas Daniel ROBINSON. For voluntary service to Education in Larne, County Antrim.

Simone Monique RODEN, Headteacher, Ynysowen Community Primary School. For services to Education in Aberfan, Merthyr Tydfil.

Dr. Marilyn ROGERS, Midwife, Calderdale Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust and Founder, Calderdale Baby Cafe. For services to Midwifery and Infant Feeding.

Amanda ROMAIN, Co-founder, The NHS Spitfire Project. For services to Charity and to Aircraft Restoration, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

John ROMAIN, Co-founder, The NHS Spitfire Project. For services to Charity and to Aircraft Restoration, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Chris SHIRLING-ROOKE, Chief Executive Officer, Mersey Maritime. For services to the Maritime Sector.

Timothy Robert ROOT, Assistant Head, NHS Specialist Pharmacy Service. For services to Pharmacy, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Gloria ROWLAND, Director of Midwifery, Barts Health NHS Trust. For professional and voluntary services to Midwifery.

George Philip Page ROYLE, Head of Delivery, Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For public service.

Vinay RUPARELLA, D.L. For services to Local Enterprise, to Tourism and to the community in Portsoy, Banffshire.

Jon Antony SASS. For services to the Restoration of UK Windmills and Watermills.

Ruth SAUNDERS. For services to charity during Covid-19.

Andrew John SAVAGE, Executive Director, Rail Heritage Trust. For services to the Railway Industry and Heritage.

Joy Louise SCOTT, Volunteer, MENCAP. For services to People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Northampton.

Deborah Patricia SCULLY, Deputy Principal, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. For services to Drama Training and Higher Education.

Victoria SELLICK, Chief Partnership Officer, Nesta. For services to Social Action.

Richard James SERCOMBE, Data Technologist, Brakes Technology Function. For services to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Constable Malique Jamal AL-SHABAZZ, Merseyside Police. For services to Policing and Ethnic Minority Communities in Merseyside.

Niraj Kumar SHARMA, Immigration Liaison Officer, Immigration Enforcement, Home Office. For public service.

Andrew SHELLEY, lately Chief Executive, World Squash Federation. For services to Squash.

Professor Lorraine SHERR, Professor of Clinical and Health Psychology, UCL, London. For services to Vulnerable Children and to Families.

Marie SHEVAS. For services to Charity in Cowdenbeath and Malawi. Stephen Daniel DE SILVA. For services to Heritage.

Joe SIMMONDS, Captain, Exeter Chiefs. For services to Rugby Union Football.

Cheryl Jane SIMPSON, Co-founder and Chief Executive, Space4autism. For services to the Community and to Autism.

Sunita Ben SINGAL, Diversity and Equality Lead, National Employer and Partnership Team, Department for Work and Pensions.For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Mark Christopher SISWICK, Executive Headteacher, Chesterton Primary School, London. For services to Education.

David John SKINNER. For services to the community in Coventry, West Midlands.

John Robert SLEEP, Senior Officer, VAT Technical Consultant, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax Compliance.

Lynn SLOMAN, Founder, Transport for Quality of Life. For services to Transport.

Jean Shirley SMART, Director, Collin Care Group and Head, Mayfield Nursery, Glasgow. For services to Pre-School Education and to Charity.

Alison SMITH, Treasurer, SOS Rape Crisis, Southend on Sea.For services to Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence in Essex.

Chris SMITH, Facilities Manager, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. For public service, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Colin SMITH. For services to Charitable Fundraising in Dover, Kent.

Lynn SMITH, Civilian Secretary, HQ 38 (Irish) Brigade, Northern Ireland Garrison. For services to Defence.

Joanna Angelina Helen SNOW, Matron, Intensive Care Unit, Kettering General Hospital. For services to the NHS and Patients, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

David SOMERVILLE, Team Leader, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.

Tiger DE SOUZA, Volunteering and Inclusion Director, National Trust. For services to Volunteering in the Not-For-Profit Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Nicholas Peter SPEIGHT, HR Leader, The Co-operative Group. For services to the Food Supply Chain during Covid-19.

Katie Elizabeth SPENCER, (Katie Hitchen) Senior Manager, Lloyds Banking Group. For services to the Financial Services Sector during Covid-19.

Ella Louvaine SPIRA, Co-founder, Sisters Grimm. For services to International Trade and the Creative Industry.

Sasi SRINIVASAN, Early Years Manager, London Borough of Brent. For services to Education.

Dr. Gillian Penelope STAMP. For public and voluntary service.

John Michael STEVENSON. For Charitable Fundraising for Cancer Charities.

David Charles STEWART, Regional Director, Health Library and Knowledge Services North, Health Education England. For services to the NHS and voluntary service to Information Management.

Rosemary STEWART, Senior Private Secretary to the First Minister of Wales. For public service.

Peter James STRATTEN, Chief Executive Officer, British Gliding Association. For services to Aviation.

Chitra SUNDARAM. For services to the South Asian Dance Sector. Fiona Helen Turnbull SYMON. For services to Maritime Heritage.

Dr. Tamas SZAKMANY, Critical Care Consultant, Royal Gwent Hospital. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Andrew Stuart TAEE, Fundraiser, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS and to Charity.

Alex TAYLOR, Assistant Director, Readiness and Response, Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Cabinet Office. For public service.

Dr. Peter Jayson TAYLOR. For services to the Jewellery and Silversmithing Industries.

Zoe Alison TAYLOR, Chief Executive Officer, Sparkol. For services to Exports.

Darren Kenneth TEALE, Founder, Junction 15 Productions.For services to Media and to Vulnerable Communities in the UK and Abroad.

Stella Winifred THEBRIDGE, Principal Librarian, Schools and Reading, Warwickshire. For services to Public Libraries during Covid-19.

Christopher THOMAS, Deputy Director, H.M. Coastguard. For services to Voluntary Search and Rescue.

David THOMPSON. For services to Architecture and to the community in Norfolk.

Dr. Asha THOMSON, Speciality Dentist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Senior Clinical Leadership Fellow East Anglia NHS England and Senior Clinical Teacher in Oral Surgery, Kings College Hospital London. For services to the NHS, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Paul Joseph THOROGOOD, Chief Executive Officer, Football Foundation. For services to Football.

Claire Louise THROSSELL. For services to Children Experiencing Domestic Abuse.

Joanne THWAITE, Senior Scientist, Microbiology, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Raphaela THYNNE, Co-ordinator, Same Sex Marriage and Abortion Consultations, Northern Ireland Office. For services to Equality in Northern Ireland.

Carol Susan TILEY, South West Area Chairman, Sea Cadets. For voluntary service to Young People.

Susan TIPTON, Managing Director, Protocol Consultancy Services. For services to Apprenticeships and to Charity in the West Midlands.

Anjuu TREVEDI, Head, Regional Business Engagement, University of Leicester. For services to Business Innovation and to the Economy in Leicestershire.

Dr. Nigel John TRINGHAM, lately Editor, Victoria County History of Staffordshire. For services to Local History.

James David TROTT, Founder and volunteer, Brass for Africa.For services to Disadvantaged Children and Young People in Liberia, Rwanda and Uganda.

Stephen James TROWBRIDGE, Managing Director, First City Nursing and Care. For services to Domiciliary Care during Covid-19.

Catherine TUITT. For services to the community in London.

Rajinder TUMBER, Cyber Security Executive, Ernst and Young. For services to the Cyber Security Industry.

Dr. Stephanie Joy TYLER. For services to Nature Conservation in the UK and Africa.

Shahab UDDIN, Director of Legal, British Olympic Association. For services to Sport during the Covid-19 Response.

Barry George UNDERWOOD, Lately Head of Distribution Services, Vote Office, House of Commons. For services to Parliament, particularly during the Covid-19 Response and voluntary service to Football.

Tracy Gale UPTON, Makaton Tutor, Singing Hands. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Manoj VARSANI, Founder, SOS Supplies. For services to Protective Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Kelly Ann VERE, Director of Technical Skills and Strategy, University of Nottingham. For services to Higher Education.

Mark Andrew VICKERS, Chief Executive, Olive Academies.For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Dr. Shico VISUVANTHAN, Director, Infection Prevention and Control and Consultant Microbiologist, The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust. For services to Microbiology, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Felicity Ann WAGGETT. For services to Young People and to the community in Gloucestershire.

Claire WALDROM, Deputy Headteacher, Rosehill School, Nottingham. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Brendan Alan WARBURTON, Head Coach, Sheffield City Amateur Boxing Club. For services to Boxing and to the community in Sharrow, Sheffield.

Sarah Elizabeth Marilyn WARREN, Lecturer, Southern Regional College. For services to Education and Children in Northern Ireland.

Diana Ruth WASTENAGE. For services to the Agriculture.

David Karl WATERS. For services to Wildlife Conservation and to the Re-Introduction of Rare Native Species to the UK.

Sharon Monica WATSON D.L., lately Artistic Director, Phoenix Dance Theatre, Chief Executive and Principal, Northern School of Contemporary Dance. For services to Drama.

Alexander WATT, Founder and Chairman, Glasgow Eagles Sports Charity Club. For services to Young People with Additional Needs and Disabilities and to Community Cohesion in Glasgow.

Susan Dorothy OWEN-WEAVER, Founder, Change of Scene.For voluntary service to Disadvantaged Young People in Surrey and Hampshire.

Samuel WEBB. For services to Architecture.

Stephen Leslie WEIR. For services to the Royal British Legion and to the community in County Antrim during Covid-19.

Neil WELLER, Chairman, London Apprenticeship Ambassador Network. For services to Education and to Skills.

Karen Jay WESPIESER, Chief Operations Officer, Parent Ping,For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Joanne WHEELER, (Jo Verrent). For services to the Arts and to People with Disabilities.

Michael James WHISTLER, Volunteer, Southend-on-Sea Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

Kimberley Ann WIDE, Chief Executive Officer, Take A Part Community Interest Company. For services to Social Engagement in the Arts in South West England.

Dr. Heather Ann WILLIAMS, Consultant Medical Physicist for Nuclear Medicine, Christie NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion in Science.

Karen Hazel WILLIAMS, Foster Carer, Plymouth City Council. For services to Fostering.

Dean John WILSON, J.P. For public and voluntary service in South East London.

Jacquie WINNING, Centre Manager, Forth Valley Sensory Centre. For services to People with Sensory Loss during the Covid-19 Response.

Kelda WOOD, Chief Executive Officer, Climbing Out. For charitable services.

Thomas WOOD, Founder, Help 4 Homeless Veterans Charity. For charitable services during Covid-19.

Lindy WOODAGE, Staff Officer, Devon and Cornwall Police.For services to Policing and Civil Contingency Planning, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Barbara Dorothy WORRALL, Founder and Chair, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) North West. For services to Parents of Young People with ADHD.

Irvine Alan WORTHINGTON, Founder, Triangle of Care. For services to Mental Health Patients and their Carers.

Glynis WRIGHT, Founder and Head of Practice, Glynis Wright Ltd Solicitors. For services to Female Entrepreneurship.

Robert WRIGHT. For services to Amateur Boxing and to Young People in Parson Cross, Sheffield.

Roland Edward WYCHERLEY, Chairman, Shrewsbury Town Football Club. For services to the community in Shrewsbury.

Haleema YOUSAF, Team Leader, Fair Access and School Exclusions, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

(CIVIL DIVISION)

B.E.M.

Pam ABBOTT, Community Champion, Wm Morrisons Supermarkets plc. For services to Community Engagement in Wakefield during the Covid-19 Response.

Rachel ADAM, Project Director, Museums Northumberland Bait. For services to Arts and Culture.

David ADAMSON, Honorary Chieftain, Burntisland Highland Games. For services to Athletics and to the community in Burntisland, Fife.

Rhammel Emmanual Basil AFFLICK. For services to the community in London.

Samira AHMAD, Assistant Scientific Officer, Animal and Plant Health Agency. For services to Animal Health during the Covid-19 Response and to the community in Woking, Surrey.

Dr. Azeem ALAM, Co-Founder, BiteMedicine and Junior Doctor, Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Medical Education during Covid-19.

Maxine Ann ALLAN, Chief Executive Officer and Trustee, Whiteleys Retreat. For services to Young People with Cancer and NHS Front Line Workers in Ayr during the Covid-19 Response.

Jason ALLEN, Youth Worker, St Marys Centre. For services to Young People in North West London.

Alexander John ANDERSON. For voluntary and charitable services to People with Autism in Caerleon-on-Usk, Wales.

Richard ANDREWS. For services to the community in Portchester, Hampshire.

Gillian Elizabeth ANGEL, Community Development Officer,RAF Scampton. For services to Royal Air Force Personnel and their Families.

Peter John ANSELL. For services to Seal Conservation in Norfolk.

Harry Mario AQUILINA, Firefighter, London Fire Brigade. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Elizabeth Caroline ARMSTRONG. For services to Archaeology and to the community in Norwich.

Kenneth Edward ASHBY, lately Watch Commander, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the community in Suffolk and to the Firefighters Charity.

Richard Anthony ASHMAN, Library Co-ordinator, City College, Southampton. For services to Further Education.

Yasin Matthew Ross EL ASHRAFI, Founder, HQ Recording Studio, Leicester. For services to Young People, to Music and to Mentoring.

Arnold Wilson ASHWORTH. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Whitworth.

Fiona AUTY, Head of Government Relations, National Physical Laboratory. For services to Science and Engineering Communication.

Keith Andrew AXBEY, Cub Scout Leader. For services to Scouting and Canoeing in Surrey and South West London.

Samantha Jane AXBEY. For voluntary service to Girlguiding in Wimbledon, London.

David BAILEY, Northumbrian Piper. For services to Music.

Kirsty BAIRD. For services to Singing, to Mental Health and to the community in Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians, during the Covid-19 Response.

Ann Mary BALL. For services to the community in Shoreham, Kent.

Lisa BARKER, Firefighter, London Fire Brigade. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Michael BARLOW. For services to the community in Tameside, Greater Manchester.

Deidre BARR, T.D., Clinical Manager, St John Ambulance.For voluntary service to the NHS Nightingale Hospital, London during the Covid-19 Response.

Warren Karl BAXTER, Physiotherapist, Integrated Community Reablement Service, Merseycare NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Janet Christine BAYS. For services to the community in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

Kim BECK, Librarian, Langley School, Solihull. For services to Education in the West Midlands.

Gloria June BEHARRELL. For charitable services in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Hugh Kirkpatrick BELL, Chairman, Board of Governors, Aughnacloy College. For voluntary service to Education in Northern Ireland.

Andrew Thomas BENDON, Emergency Response Volunteer,British Red Cross. For voluntary service in Cambridgeshire particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Anand BHATT, Co-founder, Aakash Odedra Company. For services to Dance and the community in Leicester.

Salma BI. For services to Cricket and to Diversity in Sport.

Kenneth BIRKBY, J.P. For voluntary service to Young People in Buckinghamshire.

Paul BIRKBY, Business Continuity Manager, BAE Systems Submarines. For services to the community in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, during the Covid-19 Response.

Noreen BISHOP, Inclusion Assistant, Laurel Lane Primary School, West Drayton. For services to Education in the London Borough of Hillingdon.

Michael David BLACK. For services to the Jewish Community in Northern Ireland.

Judith BLACOW, Chair, Board of Trustees, NEO Community. For charitable services to the community on Wirral.

Donald John BLAIR, Volunteer, 1st Greenisland Company, The Boys Brigade. For services to Young People in County Antrim.

Jennifer BLISS. For voluntary service to the Topsham Museum, South Devon.

Stephen BOULTON, Instructor, MAPS Karate Club. For services to Karate and the community in Swinton, South Yorkshire.

Terry Nicholas BRACHER, Manager, Heritage Services. For services to Heritage and Public Libraries in Wiltshire.

Michael Ernest BRAYCOTTON, Secretary, Disability and Carers Community Network and Business Support Assistant, Criminal Justice Department, West Midlands Police. For services to Policing.

David BREWSTER, lately Strategic Engineering Manager, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. For services to Fire Safety.

Vicki BROAD, Head of Long Term Care, Hywel Dda University Health Board. For services to the NHS in Wales during the Covid-19 Response.

Paul BROCKMAN, Woodland Manager, Hoburne Bashley, New Forest. For services to Woodland Management and Nature Conservation.

Jennifer BROUARD, Citizens in Policing Manager, Essex Police. For services to Policing and to the Voluntary Sector.

David William BROWN. For services to the community in York.

George BROWN. For services to Business and to the community in Omagh, County Tyrone.

Ian BROWN, Volunteer, H.M. Coastguard. For services to Voluntary Search and Rescue.

William BROWN. For services to Food Economy in Northern Ireland.

Dr. Tamsin Mary HOLLAND BROWN, Community Paediatrician, Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Pearl Mary BRUNNING. For services to the community in Eriswell, Suffolk.

Deborah Patricia BUCK, Clinical Practice Lead, East London Foundation Trust. For services to Mental Health Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard BURNELL. For services to Young People and to the community in Holyhead, Anglesey.

Jo BUSSON. For services to the community in Harlow, Essex.

David Terrance BUTLER, Access Manager, Translink. For services to Public Transport in Northern Ireland.

Martin CABLE, Watch Manager, Essex Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the community in Maldon.

Sarah Louise CAIRNS, Senior Programme Manager, Asda Ltd. Online Grocery. For services to Retail Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

James Murdoch CAMERON, Data Scientist, Asda Supermarkets Ltd. For services to the Vulnerable Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Deborah CAMPBELL, Technical Specialist, Environment Agency. For services to Flood Protection and voluntary service to Young People.

Jacqueline CAMPBELL. For charitable services to the Childrens Hospital Association Scotland, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Margaret CAMPBELL. For services to Pipe Bands and Sollus Highland Dancers.

Paul John CAMPION. For services to the community in Middleton, Manchester.

Richard CARLEY. For services to the community in Woodchurch, Kent.

Harry Albert George CARLISLE. For services to World War I and II Remembrance.

Linda CARRINGTON, Food Retail Worker, SPAR. For services to Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Norma CARROLL, lately Director of Music, Coloma Convent Girls School. For services to Education in the London Borough of Croydon.

Joycelyn CARSON. For services to Reserve Forces and Cadets in Northern Ireland.

Jean Elizabeth CASHA. For voluntary service to the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme in West Molesey, Surrey.

Mary Julie CHAPMAN, Founder, Nuzzlets Charity, York. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Desmond CHEYNE. For services to the community in Banff during the Covid-19 Response.

Swaran CHOWDHARY. For services to Kidney Research UK, Organ Donation and South Asian communities in Scotland.

Golam CHOWDHURY, Refugee Support Staff and Emergency Responder, British Red Cross. For services to Healthcare during the Covid-19 Response.

Imran CHOWDHURY. For services to Community Cohesion in Northampton.

Wendy CLAPHAM, Assistant Director, Nursing Services for Critical Care, Northern Care Alliance NHS Group. For services to Nursing, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Anne CLAYDON, Ward Manager, Barts Health NHS Trust. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Myrtle Joan CLEMENTS. For services to Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland.

Sheila Ethel COLE. For services to the community in Pinner, London Borough of Harrow.

Ella Jane COLLINS, Community Champion, Wm Morrisons Supermarkets plc. For services to the community during the Covid-19 Response.

Isabella Daisy COLLUM. For services to Young People and to the community in Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.

Theresa Valerie CONWAY, Treasurer, Aberconwy Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied Club. For services to People with Disabilities and to the community in Llandudno.

Annie Irvine COOK. For voluntary services to Older and Isolated People in East Belfast.

Margaret Scott COOK. For services to Ayrshire Hospice.

Fiona Jayne COPELAND, lately Chair, Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia Family Support Group. For services to Raising Awareness of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia.

Daniel CORR. For services to Martial Arts and to Community Relations in Glengormley, County Antrim.

Elizabeth CORRIGAN, General Practice Nurse and Professional Lead Facilitator, Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Groups. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Helen Martha COULTER. For services to Cancer and Stoma Patients in Northern Ireland.

Barnabas Jester COX. For voluntary services to Health Workers in Scotland during the Covid-19 Response.

Geoff CRABB. For services to the Scouts in Templecombe, Somerset.

Debra COURTENAY-CRANE, Head Coach, Carterton Gymnastics Club. For services to Gymnastics and to Young People in Carterton, Oxfordshire.

Thomas William Robert CROFT. For services to the Arts and to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Margaret Helen CROY. For voluntary service to St Magnus Cathedral and to the community in Orkney.

Geoffrey James CRUMP, Researcher, Cheshire Military Museum. For services to Military Heritage.

Richard CURTIS, Landlord, the Portsmouth Arms, Basingstoke.For services to Charity and to the community in Hampshire during the Covid-19 Response.

Patricia Anne DALLAS, Volunteer and Founding Member, Ballywillan Girls Brigade. For voluntary service to Young People in Coleraine, County Londonderry.

Jacqui DARLINGTON. For services to the community in Rutland. Freda May DAVIES. For services to the community in Worcester.

Special Constable Robert DAVIES, South Wales Police. For voluntary service to Policing.

Freda DAVIS. For services to the NSPCC and to the community in the London Borough of Bromley.

Jon Martin DAVIS, Manager, Dewsbury Library. For services to Public Libraries during Covid-19.

Asha Rani DAY, Nurse, Health Visitor and Clinical Team Leader; Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust. For services to the NHS and to Minority Ethnic Equality during the Covid-19 Response.

Michael John DEAKIN. For voluntary services to Scouting and to Charity in Staffordshire.

Anne Chadwick DEARLE, Volunteer, Save the Children. For services to Fundraising.

Keith DELDERFIELD, Fundraiser, Douglas Bader Foundation and Stoke Mandeville Hospital. For services to People with Disabilities.

Geoffrey Michael DIMMOCK. For services to the community in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.

Elizabeth DOHERTY, Receptionist, Belfast Campus, Ulster University. For services to Higher Education.

Thomas Edward DONNELLY. For services to Peace and Reconciliation in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh.

Brigid DOYLE, Head of Childcare, Queens University Belfast. For services to Higher Education.

Richard DUGDALE. For services to the community in Clitheroe, Lancashire.

Sandra DUNCAN, lately Aviation Security Adviser, Department for Transport. For services to Transport and to People with Disabilities.

Sophie Jane DUNNETT. For services to Amateur Athletics in Scotland.

Karen ECCLESTON. For services to the community of Darlaston, West Midlands.

Lancelot Bamidele Harvey EDMONDSON, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Community Policing in Lambeth, London.

Karen ELLIOT, Secretary, Scottish Area, Royal Naval Association and Social Secretary, City of Edinburgh Branch, Chair, Association of Wrens and Women of the Royal Naval Services Edinburgh and District Branch. For voluntary service to Royal Navy Veterans.

George Leonard ELLIS. For services to Young People and to the community in Abergele, North Wales.

Janet ELLIS, Programme Co-ordinator, Science, South Devon College. For services to Education.

Peter William ELMONT, Chair, Weston-Super-Mare Fundraising Branch, Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For charitable services to Maritime Safety.

Alan Trevor EMBY. For services to the community in Broadstairs, Kent.

David Michael ENGLISH, Director, English Care Ltd. For services to Social Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Jennifer Helen ENGLISH, Director, English Care Ltd. For services to Social Care during Covid-19.

Margaret Anne ESSLEMONT. For services to Young People in Roundhay, Leeds through Girlguiding UK.

Malcolm FARRAR, Road Safety Officer, Shropshire Council. For services to Education.

Amy FARRELL, Occupational Therapist, Integrated Community Reablement Service, Merseycare NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard FAWCETT, Chair, Friends of Thurston Library. For services to Public Libraries during Covid-19.

Neil FERRIES. For services to the community in Wakefield, West Yorkshire during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Pamela FISHER. For voluntary service to the community in Cambridgeshire.

Catherine Mary FITZSIMMONS, lately Palliative Care Nurse,Northern Care Alliance NHS Group. For services to Nursing during the Covid-19 Response.

Alistair FORBES, Co-founder, Scottish Tech Army. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Margaret FOSTER. For services to Young People in Portsea, Hampshire and to the Portsmouth Mudlarks.

Thomas Reynold FOWLER, Technical Leader, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment.

Richard James FOXLEY. For voluntary service to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Daniel GALLIMORE, Founder, Have Stick Will Travel. For services to People with Visual Impairments in Bristol.

Joanne GATES, Food Retail Worker, The Co-operative Group.For services to the Food Supply Chain during the Covid-19 Response.

Laura GAUDION, Assistant Director, Commissioning for Adult Social Care, Isle of Wight Council. For services to Social Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Stephen Christopher GEE, Biomedical Scientist, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Patricia Diane GERAGHTY, Pharmacist Dispensing Technician, Lloyds Pharmacy. For services to Pharmacy Services in Leek, Staffordshire during the Covid-19 Response.

John GILFILLAN, Director, John Gilfillan Funeral Directors.For services to Bereaved People and to the community in Fife.

Sharon GILL. For services to Kickboxing and to Young People in Bristol.

Martyne GIRVAN, Higher Officer, Fraud Investigation Service,HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Mental Health Support during the Covid-19 Response.

Ashley GORDON, Firefighter, London Fire Brigade. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Rebecca GORMAN, Store Manager, Marks and Spencer. For voluntary service in Greater Manchester during the Covid-19 Response.

Evelyn GRAHAM. For services to Badminton and to the community in County Antrim.

George Kenneth GRAHAM. For services to Young People and to the community in Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.

Dr. Judith Sarah Colette GRAHAM, Queens Nurse, Director for Psychological Professionals and Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during the Covid-19 Response.

Dr. Elaine Anne CLOUTMAN-GREEN, Principal Clinical Scientist, Infection Prevention and Control and Joint Trust Lead Healthcare Scientist, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare.

Rosemary Alexandra GREGSON. For services to the community in Wetherby, West Yorkshire.

Daljit Singh GREWAL. For services to the community in West London, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard GRIFFITHS, Operations Manager, Aberystwyth Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in Wales.

Ann Elizabeth GUMERY, Fundraiser, Macmillan Cancer Support. For services to Cancer Patients.

Louise HADLEY, Section Manager, Marks and Spencer. For services to Customers and the community in Harborne, Birmingham during the Covid-19 Response.

Joshua HALE. For services to the community in Bath, Somerset during the Covid-19 Response.

Karen HAMILTON. For voluntary service to Young People with Autism and Learning Difficulties in Belfast.

Sarah Jane HAMPTON. For voluntary service to the Hastings Foodbank.

Bruce HARRIS. For voluntary service to the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme in Cumnock, Ayrshire.

Joyce HARRIS. For community and voluntary services to Cats in Loughborough.

David HARTLEY, Volunteer, Church Lads and Church Girls Brigade. For services to Young People in Longridge, Lancashire.

Paul HEBBORN, British Red Cross Staff Member and volunteer. For services to the Vulnerable in Northamptonshire during the Covid-19 Response.

William HENDERSON. For voluntary service in the Shetland Islands.

Susan HENRY, Baby Friendly Lead, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Midwifery in the NHS.

Sharon HIGGINS. For services to the Performing Arts in Newport, South Wales.

Ann HILL. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Dumfriesshire.

Kevin HINDLE. For services to the Bowland Pennine Mountain Search and Rescue Team.

Simon Ian HOAR. For services to the community in Babcary, Somerset.

Francis HODGKINSON, Governor, Brownhills School. For services to Education in Walsall.

Dean Andrew HOGGARD, Founder, Life for a Kid Foundation. For charitable services to Young People.

Rita HOLLENS. For services to the community in Hartford, Cheshire.

Andrew Lennox ROWE-HOLLIDAY, Senior Activities Co-ordinator, Arbrook House Care Home, Esher, Surrey. For services to Social Care, particularly during the COVID-19 Response.

Patricia Ann HOLT, Secretary, The Will H Ogilvie Memorial Trust. For services to Poetry.

Peter John HOSKING, Founder and President, Torbay Prostrate Support Association. For services to People with Prostate Cancer.

Nichola Suzanne SCOTT-HOWLIN, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Scottys Little Soldiers. For services to Charity.

Special Inspector David HOWSE, Suffolk Constabulary. For voluntary service to Policing.

William HUI, Founder and Musical Director, SingMe Merseyside Choir. For services to the community in Merseyside.

Denise HUNT, (Denise ONeill). For services to the Hospitality Sector and to the community in Carnlough, County Antrim.

Pamela HYPHER. For services to the community in Surrey.Audrey JACKSON. For services to the community in Middlesbrough.

Brenda Ann JACKSON. For services to the community in Pettistree, Suffolk.

David JACKSON. For services to the community in Marton-in-Cleveland, North Yorkshire.

Joanne JACKSON. For voluntary service to Young People in Wolverhampton through Girlguiding UK.

Paul JACKSON. For services to the community in South Wingfield, Derbyshire.

Peter Trevenen JACO, Co-founder, Scottish Tech Army. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

The Reverend William Glynne George JAMES, Principal Police Chaplain, South Wales Police. For services to Police Chaplaincy and to the community in Gorseinon, Swansea.

John Charles JASPER, Volunteer, Coldharbour Mill Working Wool Museum and Wellington Arts Association. For services to Cultural Heritage in Devon and Somerset.

Phyllis Brenda JEFFERS. For services to Guiding and to Young People.

Jane JERVIS. For voluntary and charitable services in Shrewsbury.

Audrey May JONES. For services to the community in West Lancashire.

Neil Alfred JONES. For services to the community in Atherstone, Warwickshire.

Steven JONES, Systems Auditor and Analysis Manager, South Wales Police. For services to Policing.

Beryl JONSEN, Teacher, Holy Trinity Primary School, Colchester. For services to Education in Essex.

Maya JOSHI. For services to the Vulnerable in Leicestershire.

Sarah JOYCE, Superintendent Optometrist, Asda Supermarkets Ltd. For services to Primary Optical Care during the Covid-19 Response.

John KANE. For services to People with Parkinsons Disease in West Cumbria.

Steven KAPUR, Founder, Apache Indian Music Academy. For services to Music and to Young People.

Sanjay Jayendra KARA, Trustee, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha (Neasden Temple). For services to Community Cohesion and public and charitable service in the UK.

Karen Jane KEMBERY, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Neath Port Talbot Hospital. For services to Nursing in West Glamorgan.

Peter David KENNARD. For services to Charitable Fundraising in Worthing, West Sussex.

Brian Frederick KEYLOCK, Fundraiser, Brecon and Sennybridge Branch, Cancer Research Wales. For voluntary and charitable services in Brecon.

Lorna KEYLOCK, Fundraiser, Brecon and Sennybridge Branch, Cancer Research Wales. For voluntary and charitable services in Brecon.

Samah KHALIL, Youth Mayor of Oldham. For services to Young People.

Nadeem Sadiq KHAN, Charity Helpline Housing Adviser and Team Leader, Shelter. For services to Homeless during the Covid-19 Response.

Ziaul KHAN. For services to the community in Sheffield.

Alan KING, Captain, 1st Barnet Boys Brigade and Girls Association. For services to Young People in the London Borough of Barnet.

David John KING, Specialist Paramedic, East of England Ambulance Service. For services to the NHS and to Fundraising.

Elizabeth Anne KING, Founder, Square Mile Food Bank. For voluntary service to the community in the City of London during the Covid-19 Response.

Jamie KINLOCHAN. For services to the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response through Who Cares? Scotland.

Cathy KNAPP. For services to the Arts and to the community in Mid Wales.

David Charles KNIGHT. For voluntary service to Newport Community Cricket Club, South Wales.

Michael John KNIGHT. For voluntary service to Newport Community Cricket Club, South Wales.

Janine KOERIES, Outreach Worker and Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, Ealing Primary Centre. For services to Education in Berkshire and West London.

Carl Kwabena Antwi KONADU, Co-founder, 2-3 Degrees. For services to Disadvantaged Young People.

Alan LANE, Artistic Director, Slung Low. For services to the community in South Leeds during Covid-19.

Debbie LANGFORD, Chair, Newark Branch, Royal British Legion. For voluntary service to Armed Forces Veterans.

Michelle LEARY, Morrisons Community Champion, Basingstoke. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Jennifer LEE, Founder, Beulah Drop-In Cafe. For services to Art and to Social Inclusion in Aberdeenshire.

Sarah LEE. For services to the community in Oundle, Northamptonshire.

Stephen LENAGHAN. For services to Adults with Learning Disabilities and to Tourism in Northern Ireland.

Catherine Jean LINDESAY. For services to the community in Clifford, Herefordshire.

John LINDSAY. For services to the Environment in East Lothian.

William LITTLE. For services to the community in Baldwinhome, Cumbria.

Paula Morag LLOYD. For services to the Vulnerable in Inverness during the Covid-19 Response.

Paul Edwin LOBLEY. For services to the community in Derbyshire.

Gary Russell LONGDEN. For services to the community in Retford, Nottinghamshire.

Sandra Lorraine ST LOUIS-KANDAPAH, Officer, Maritime, Department for Transport. For services to Diversity, to Inclusion and to Charity.

Vivien LOVEDAY. For services to the community in Bishops Waltham, Hampshire.

Gerald LOVELL. For services to the community in Silverstone, Northamptonshire.

John Fraser MacLEAN. For services to the community in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Tracy MADGE, Interim Associate Chief Nurse, NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG. For services to Healthcare during Covid-19.

Haroon MAHMOOD, Relief Manager, Wells Pharmacy, Darlaston. For services to the community in the West Midlands, particularly during Covid-19.

Xyza Aura MacUTAY-MALLOCH, Manager, Kingsley House. For services to Care during Covid-19.

Louise Alexander MALTBY, Matron, Intensive Care Unit, Ashford and St Peters Hospital Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing during the Covid-19 Response.

John MAPLETOFT. For services to Table Tennis.

Christopher Lloyd MARTIN, Watch Manager and Firefighter, Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the community in Ramsbury, Wiltshire.

Leonie HUIE-MARTIN, Head of Health and Social Care, Bishop Challoner School, Shadwell, London. For services to Education in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Alana McALLISTER. For services to the community in County Antrim.

Jennifer McARTNEY. For services to Squash.

Rhys Joshua McCLENAGHAN. For services to Gymnastics.

Patricia Ann McCULLOCH. For services to the community in Gloucester.

Maureen McKEOWN. For services to the community in Dungannon, County Tyrone.

Violet McKEOWN. For voluntary services to People with Cancer and Lymphedema in Northern Ireland.

Jonathan Peter McMILLEN, Executive Officer, Syrian Refugee Project, Department for Communities, Northern Ireland Executive. For services Refugees.

Julia MICKLEWRIGHT, Founder and Chair, ASPIE. For services to people with Aspergers Syndrome.

George MIDDLEMISS, D.L., Chairman, Perth and Kinross Branch, SSAFA. For voluntary service to ex-Service Personnel.

Elspeth MILLEN. For services to Social Housing and to the community in Govan, Glasgow.

Robert Geoffrey MOORE, Assistant Scout Leader, 1st Sywell Air Scout Group. For voluntary service to the community in Northamptonshire.

Nigel MORGAN. For services to the community in Tameside, Manchester.

Sandra May MORGAN. For political and public service in Wales.

Dennis MURPHY. For services to Veterans Football in Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan.

Wilfred Dennis NATHANIELSZ, Awards Manager, Queens Awards Office, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Diversity and to Inclusion.

Mary NELSON. For services to Homeless People in Moray.

Rachel NICHOLS. For voluntary service to the Topsham Museum, South Devon.

Gemma NORMENSELL, Facilities Manager, Marks and Spencer. For services to Members of Staff in Castle Donington during Covid-19.

Stephen NOTTAGE, Chair, The SAM Fund. For voluntary and charitable services to Sick and Disabled Children.

Jeanne Olive NUTTALL, Head, Service Nutrition and Dietetics, Powys Teaching Health Board. For services to Dietetics and Nutrition in Wales.

Edward NUZUM, Operations Manager, The Lizard Lifeboat Station. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and to Maritime Safety in Cornwall.

Kerry-Anne Louise OBRIEN. For services to Young People in London.

Aakash ODEDRA, Co-founder, Aakash Odedra Company. For services to Dance and to the community in Leicester.

Elizabeth ODONNELL. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Londonderry.

Peggy ODWYER. For services to the community in Londonderry.

Rafal OLBERT, Data Scientist, Asda Supermarkets Ltd. For services to the Economy and to Vulnerable Customers during the Covid-19 Response.

Arthur Wilfred David OVENS. For services to Peace and Reconciliation in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh.

Ayesha PAKRAVAN-OVEY, Founder, The Plattery and Vital Meals. For services to Charity and the Vulnerable during the Covid-19 Response.

Emrys OWEN, Health Care Assistant, Royal Star & Garter Charity. For services to Veterans during Covid-19.

Patricia Anne OWEN. For services to the community in Feltham, London Borough of Hounslow.

Special Inspector Jacques Michael Olson OXENHAM, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing.

Sheila Mary Mccafferty PALMER. For services to the community in North Down, Northern Ireland.

Charlotte PARK, Founder, Treats for Troops on Tour. For services to the Armed Forces.

Harilal PATEL. For services to Community Cohesion in Cardiff. Christina PEACOCK. For services to Boxing.

Chris PEDLAR, Specialist Team Member, Environment Agency. For services to Prostate Cancer Awareness.

Emily PENN, Co-founder, eXXpedition. For services to Conservation and to Charity.

John PERRY, Band Leader, 1st Ibstock Scout Band. For services to Scouting in Leicestershire.

Sarah PICKERING, (Sarah Darlington). For charitable services in Cheshire.

Gabriella PIMENTEL, Musculoskeletal Clinical Specialist, Warrior Sports Rehabilitation. For services to the Elderly during Covid-19.

James Hamilton PORTER. For services to Cancer Research and the community in Castlederg, County Tyrone.

Maureen POWELL. For services to the community in St Oswalds, Merseyside.

Stephen PRATT. For services to the community in Sedgefield, County Durham.

Christopher PRESHAW, Chief Technician, School of Biological Sciences, Queens University Belfast. For services to Higher Education.

Khakan Munir QURESHI, Senior Independent Living Officer, Midland Heart. For services to LGBT Equality.

Stevo RADJEN. For voluntary and charitable services in South West England.

Dr. Aminur Khosru RAHMAN, Chair, Kent Area Committee, Institution of Mechanical Engineers. For services to Education.

Azizur RAHMAN, Foods Section Manager, Marks and Spencer. For services to the community in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Syedur RAHMAN. For services to Charity in Leicester.

Mohammed Usman RAKQ, Senior IT Assistant, Glasgow Caledonian University. For services to Education and to Students with Hearing Impairments.

Lisa Jane RANDELL, Senior Support Worker. For services to Health and Social Care during the Covid-19 Response.

Maureen Elizabeth RECINE. For voluntary service to Young People through Girlguiding UK and to Charity in Staffordshire.

Adassa Cormeta REID. For services to the Vulnerable in the community in Handsworth, Birmingham.

John Henry RICHMOND. For services to the community in Ripon, North Yorkshire.

Helen Louise RIDLEY, Partnership Officer, Nottinghamshire Police. For services to Policing.

Lynn RIGBY. For services to Young People in Liverpool.

Sara Jane ROBERTSON, Matron, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Ashford and St Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing during Covid-19.

Patricia ROBINS. For services to Charity and to the community in Aberdeenshire.

Charito ROMANO, Staff Nurse, Arbrook House Care Home.For services to Nursing Care Home Residents during the Covid-19 Response.

Paula Claire ROUTLEDGE. For charitable services in Nottinghamshire.

Charles Edward ROWELL, District Commissioner, Scouts. For voluntary service to Scouting in North London.

Martin Andrew ROWLEY. For services to the community in York.

The Reverend Bernard John RUMBOLD, Chaplain, Cirencester and Highworth Squadrons, Royal Air Force Air Cadets. For voluntary service to Young People.

Craig Stephen RUSSELL. For services to Communications during Covid-19.

Margaret Angela RUSSELL. For services to the community in Rochester, Kent.

Keith John Desmond RUTHERFORD, Postmaster, Colonsay Post Office. For services to the community in Colonsay and Oronsay, Inner Hebrides.

Albert Edward RYDER. For services to the community in Tottenham Hale, London.

Arthur SAINS. For services to the community in Oakland, Rutland.

Elizabeth Sarah SAUNDERS, Manager, Waverley Court Care Home, Helensburgh. For services to Social Care in Scotland, particularly during the Covid-19 Response.

Richard SAUNDERS. For services to Disability Golf.

Alison Jane SCOTT, Victim Liaison Officer, National Probation Service. For services to Victims of Crime and to Charity in Leeds.

Beverley SCOULLAR, Chair, Lade Centre. For services to Charity in Rothesay, Bute.

David SCRAFTON. For services to the Scouts and to the community in South Tyneside and Sunderland.

Albert Frederick John SCRUBY, Instructor, Lea Rowing Club. For services to Rowing in Clapton, London.

Sharon SEAR, Commercial Manager, Transport for London.For services to Transport in London during the Covid-19 Response.

Vivienne Tania SEARS, (Vivienne Cane-Honeysett). For services to the community in the London Borough of Ealing.

Balbir SEIMAR. For services to the Homeless and to the community in Walsall, West Midlands.

Christine Elizabeth SHAND. For services to the community in Newmarket, Suffolk.

Melanie SHAND. For services to the Arts and to the community in Aberdeen during the Covid-19 Response.

Patricia Jane SHARPE. For services to British Gymnastics.

Stephen John SHARPLES. For services to the community in Stourbridge, West Midlands.

Kim SHEERS, Organiser, Lumley Boccia and Social Group. For voluntary service to Young People with Disabilities in Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland.

Dr. Mary Patricia SHERIDAN, NIPE Lead, Midwifery Lecturer, Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust and Kings College London. For services to Midwifery in the NHS.

Hazel SHIRLEY, Youth Leader, St John Ambulance. For services to Young People in London.

Gregory Peter SILVESTER, Trustee, Special Olympics GB. For services to People with Learning Disabilities in Sport.

William Arthur SIMPSON. For services to the community in Randalstown, County Antrim during Covid-19.

Jennifer Ann SIMS, Chief Executive Officer, Pembrokeshire Frame. For voluntary service.

Margaret SIMS. For voluntary service to the NHS and to the community in Bronllys, Wales.

Charandeep SINGH, Founder, The Sikh Food Bank. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Catharine SINNADURAI. For services to Dance Education, Training and Performance.

Dr. Marc Christian SLOAN, Founder, Covid Tech Support. For services to Charity during the Covid-19 Response.

Diana Mary SMART, Assistant Show Secretary, Hertfordshire County Show. For services to Agriculture.

June Pauline SMITH. For services to the community in West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Myra SMITH, Community Champion, Wm Morrisons. For services to the Economy in Dumfries during the Covid-19 Response.

Mark Adrian STAGEMAN, County Commissioner for West Yorkshire. For services to Young People and Scouting.

David Peter STANLEY, Chief Executive, Music Man Project. For services to People with Special Needs.

Damian Robert STAPLES, Communications Officer, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Sandra STAPLES, Secretary, East Yorkshire Branch, SSAFA. For voluntary service to Ex-Service Personnel.

Derek Hugh STEEL, Fundraiser, Guildcare. For services to the community in Worthing, West Sussex.

Norman Kevin STEVENS. For services to the Restoration and Conservation of the Royal Pavilion and to the community in Brighton, East Sussex.

Richard STIBBLES, British Red Cross Ambulance Crew. For voluntary service to the NHS in England and Scotland during Covid-19.

Stuart STOKELL. For services to the community in Brampton, Cumbria.

Nicola STOVE, Lead, Highlands and Islands, North Scotland Response, British Red Cross. For services to the community in North Scotland during Covid-19.

Graham Mark STREET, Fundraiser, Charlies Beach Hut. For charitable and voluntary service to Terminally Ill Children.

Matthew SULLIVAN, Materials Manager, Transport for London. For services to Transport in London during Covid-19.

Pamela Susan SWABY. For services to the community in Chelmsford, Essex.

John Halliday SWAN. For services to Wildlife and Conservation in Cheshire.

Matthew Peter SWAN. For voluntary service to charitable organisations.

Carol SWIECICKA. For services to the community in Newton Abbot, Devon.

Alan John TAPP. For services to the community in Liverpool.

Patricia TARRY, Volunteer, Girl Guides and Scouts. For services to Girlguiding.

Mary THOMAS, Chair, Cleethorpes Fundraising Branch,Royal National Lifeboat Institution. For charitable services to Maritime Safety.

Richard Hugh THOMAS. For services to Healthcare and to the community in South Oxfordshire and Berkshire.

Adrian Philip THOMPSON. For charitable services to the community in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.

Paul THOMPSON, Q.F.S.M., lately Watch Manager, Cleveland Fire Brigade. For services to the community in Saltburn.

Jessie THOMSON. For services to the community in Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway.

Sharon Grace THORPE, Clinical Team Leader, Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust. For services to Paramedics and Ambulance Staff.

Neil Emmott TILLOTSON, Scout Leader. For services to Young People.

Professor Alexander TOOGOOD, (Sandy Toogood). For services to People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Joan TOTTEN, Manager, North Belfast Alternatives. For services to Restorative Justice and to Community Cohesion in Northern Ireland.

Deborah TOWNSEND. For services to the community in North West Scotland during Covid-19.

Patricia Anne TREVETT. For services to the community in Salisbury, Wiltshire, during Covid-19.

Paul Charles TUNSTELL, Associate Chief Pharmacist, Guys and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Gladys Mary TURNBULL, Coach, Whitmore Netball Club. For services to Sport and the community in Wolverhampton.

Simon Daniel JACKSON-TURNER. For services to Sport.

Joyce TWEMLOW. For voluntary service to Young People on the Wirral, through Girlguiding UK.

Doreen TWITCHETT. For services to the community in Lavenham, Suffolk.

Susan Joy PARTRIDGE-UNDERWOOD. For services to the Bozeat Windmill Singers, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

Constable Ceyhun UZUN, St Johns Wood Safer Neighbourhood Team, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing and to Charity.

Hugh Maclean VERNON. For services to the community in Eardisland, Herefordshire.

Christine WALKER, School Road Crossing Patroller, West Wycombe Primary School. For services to Child Safety.

June WALKER, Community Champion, Asda Donnington Wood. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Sarah Victoria WALLACE, Programme Director, Just Finance Foundation. For services to Financial Education.

Robin WALTON, Chair, Discover Hayling Project. For services to History and to the community on Hayling Island, Hampshire.

Peter WARDEN. For services to Athletics in North West England.

Valerie Elizabeth WARE. For services to the community in Tydd St Giles, Cambridgeshire.

Mark Roger WARN, Wildlife Ranger, Forestry England. For services to Forestry.

Colin WATSON. For voluntary service to Scouting in Rastrick, West Yorkshire.

Graham WATSON. For services to the community in Moniaive and Glencairn, Dumfriesshire during Covid-19.

Rodney WATSON. For voluntary service to the Scout Movement in Counties Down and Armagh.

Colin WEAVER, Scientist, Animal and Plant Health Agency, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to Science.

Judith WEBB. For services to Conservation of Wildlife and Habitats in Oxfordshire.

Rachel WEBBER, Community Champion, Gosport Store. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Dr. Michael Paul WEEKES, Infectious Diseases Clinician, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS during Covid-19.

Lucille WEIR, Team Leader, Change Grow Live, Peterborough. For services to Homeless Women.

Patricia Daphne WHEATLEY, Chief Executive Officer, Disability Arts Online. For services to Disabled Artists during Covid-19.

Lorraine Ann WHITAKER, lately Head of Centre Primary Unit, Alternative Provision College, Lancing. For services to Education in West Sussex.

Andrew WILDGOOSE. For services to Charitable Fundraising during Covid-19.

Connor WILKINSON, Senior Manager eCommerce Data. For services to the Economy during Covid-19.

Janice Lorraine WILKINSON, Cover Teacher, Willows Primary School. For services to Education in North East Lincolnshire.

David Lincoln WILLIAMS. For services to the Arts in Wales.

Helen Refna WILLIAMS. For services to Vulnerable Young Parents and to the Elderly in Borth during Covid-19.

Jenny WILLIAMS. For services to Culture and to Creativity during Covid-19.

Elizabeth Fraser WILSON, lately Division and County Commissioner, Girlguiding. For services to Young People in North Ayrshire.

Sally Catherine PARRY-WINGFIELD, Founder Member, Trustee and Chair, Turners House Trust. For voluntary service to Heritage.

Curtis WOODHOUSE. For services to Football and Boxing.

Tracey Helena WREN, Police Staff, Gloucestershire Constabulary. For services to the community in Gloucestershire.

Graham WRIGHT. For services to Athletics and to the community in Rossendale, Lancashire.

Linda Robertson YULE. For services to Health and Social Care during Covid-19.

Gwendoline Christina ZAMMIT. For services to the community in Charlton, Royal Borough of Greenwich.

James Michael ZUPPINGER, Trustee, RMA (The Royal Marines Charity). For services to the Royal Marines during Covid-19.