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The London Gazette - Chapman University
No. 54427
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SUPPLEMENT TO
The London Gazette
of Friday, 14th June 1996
tjefr by* JVuttprriig
Registered as a Newspaper
SATURDAY, 15TH JUNE 1996
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to signify her intention of conferring
Peerages of the United Kingdom for Life upon the
undermentioned:
Life Peers
To be a Baroness:
Dame June Kathleen LLOYD, D.B.E., Nuffield
Professor of Child Health, British Postgraduate
Medical
Federation,
London
University,
1985-1992; now Emeritus Professor.
To be Barons:
Marmaduke James HUSSEY, lately Chairman, Board
of Governors, BBC.
Field Marshal Sir Richard Frederick VINCENT,
G.B.E., K.C.B., D.S.O., lately Chairman of the
Military Committee, NATO.
Privy Counsellors
James Gordon BROWN, M.P., Member of
Parliament for Dunfermline East.
Robin Finlayson COOK, M.P., Member of
Parliament for Livingston.
David Maurice CURRY, M.P., Member of
Parliament for Skipton and Ripon and Minister
of State, Department of the Environment.
Donald Campbell DEWAR, M.P., Member of
Parliament for Glasgow Garscadden.
Don DIXON, M.P., Member of Parliament for
Jarrow.
Lord James Alexander DOUGLAS-HAMILTON,
M.P., Member of Parliament for Edinburgh West
and Minister of State, Scottish Office.
John
Jackson,
Baron
MacKAY
OF
ARDBRECKNISH, Minister of State, Department
of Social Security.
Sir Geoffrey JOHNSON SMITH, D.L., M.P.,
Member of Parliament for Wealden and Vice
Chairman of the 1922 Committee.
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to declare that the undermentioned shall
be sworn of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy
Council:
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to signify her intention of conferring the
honour of Knighthood upon the undermentioned:
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Knights Bachelor
Philip Martin BAILHACHE, Bailiff of Jersey. For
services to the community in Jersey.
James David Francis BARNES, C.B.E., Chief
Executive Officer, Zeneca Group pic. For services
to the Pharmaceuticals Industry.
Professor Michael Victor BERRY, F.R.S., Royal
Society Research Professor, University of Bristol.
For services to Physics.
William BROWN, C.B.E., lately Chairman, Scottish
Arts Council and of Scottish Television. For
services to the Arts and to Broadcasting.
Leonard John CHALSTREY, Lord Mayor of
London. For services to the City of London.
John Anthony CRAVEN, Chairman, Morgan
Grenfell Group pic. For services to Banking and
to the City.
Richard Harry EVANS, C.B.E., Chief Executive,
British Aerospace pic. For services to the Aerospace
and Defence Industries.
Professor David Paul Brandes GOLDBERG,
Director of Research and Development, Institute
of Psychiatry. For services to Medicine.
James HANN, C.B.E. For services to Industry in
Scotland.
Robert HICKS, M.P., Member of Parliament for
Cornwall South-East. For political service.
Stanley James Allen HILL, M.P., Member of
Parliament for Southampton Test. For political
service.
Jeremy ISAACS, General Director, Royal Opera
House. For services to Broadcasting and to the
Arts.
Elgar Spencer JENKINS, O.B.E. For political and
public service.
David Robert Corbett KELLY, C.B.E. For political
and public service.
William Herbert LAMING, C.B.E., Chief Inspector,
Social Services Inspectorate, Department of Health.
For services to the Social Services.
George Henry MARTIN, C.B.E., Chairman, Air
Studios. For services to the Recording Industry.
Brian Scott MOFFAT, O.B.E., Chairman and Chief
Executive, British Steel pic. For services to the
Steel Industry.
Professor Peter John MORRIS, F.R.S., Nuffield
Professor of Surgery, Chairman of Surgery and
Director,
Oxford
Transplantation
Centre,
University of Oxford. For services to Medicine.
Professor James Duncan DUNBAR-NASMITH,
C.B.E. For services to Architecture.
Raymond POWELL, M.P. For services to the House
of Commons.
Anthony Nigel Russell RUDD, Chairman, Williams
Holdings pic. For services to the Manufacturing
Industry.
James SHARPLES, Q.P.M., Chief Constable,
Merseyside Police. For services to the Police.
Roger Edward SIMS, M.P., Member of Parliament
for Chislehurst. For political service.
John James SKEHEL, F.R.S., Director, National
Institute for Medical Research. For services to
Science.
Professor Trevor Arthur SMITH. For services to
Higher Education.
Clive Malcolm THOMPSON, Group Chief
Executive, Rentokil Group pic. For services to
Industry.
His Honour Stephen TUMIM, lately H.M. Chief
Inspector of Prisons in England and Wales.
Rodney Myerscough WALKER, Chairman, the
Sports Council. For services to Sport.
DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST
Knights Bachelor
Harry FANG Sin-yang, C.B.E., J.P. For services to
orthopaedic and rehabilitative medicine in Hong
Kong.
Alexander
TROTMAN.
For
services
to
British-American commercial relations.
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to give orders for the following promotions
in, and appointments to the Most Honourable Order
of the Bath:
Order of the Bath
(Military Division)
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (NAVY DEPARTMENT)
K.C.B.
To be an Ordinary Member of the Military Division
of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, of the
said Most Honourable Order:
Vice Admiral Jonathan James Richard TOD, C.B.E.
C.B.
To be an Ordinary Member of the Military Division
of the Third Class, or Companion, of the said Most
Honourable Order:
Rear Admiral John Patrick CLARKE, L.V.O.,
M.B.E.
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (ARMY DEPARTMENT)
K.C.B.
To be an Ordinary Member of the Military Division
of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, of the
said Most Honourable Order:
Lieutenant General Robert John HAYMAN-JOYCE,
C.B.E. (474714), late Royal Hussars.
C.B.
To be Ordinary Members of the Military Division of
the Third Class, or Companions, of the said Most
Honourable Order:
Major General Philip James Gladstone CORP
(471235), late Corps of Royal Electrical and
Mechanical Engineers.
Major General Alasdair Ian Gordon KENNEDY,
C.B.E. (481803), late The Gordon Highlanders.
Major General Michael Dalrymple REGAN, O.B.E.
(471332), late The Light Infantry.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (Am FORCE DEPARTMENT)
K.C.B.
To be an Ordinary Member of the Military Division
of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, of the
said Most Honourable Order:
Air Marshal David COUSINS, C.B., A.F.C., Royal
Air Force.
C.B.
To be Ordinary Members of the Military Division of
the Third Class, or Companions, of the said Most
Honourable Order:
Air Vice-Marshal Nigel Bruce BALDWIN, C.B.E.,
Royal Air Force.
Air Vice-Marshal John Bartram MAIN, O.B.E.,
Royal Air Force (Retired).
Order of the Bath
(Civil Division)
K.CB.
To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the
Second Class, or Knights Commander, of the said
Most Honourable Order:
Graham Allan HART, C.B., Permanent Secretary,
Department of Health.
William Kennedy REID, C.B., Parliamentary
Commissioner for Administration and Health
Service Commissioner for England, Scotland and
Wales.
C.B.
To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the
Third Class, or Companions, of the said Most
Honourable Order:
Kenneth Richard ASHKEN, lately Grade 3, Crown
Prosecution Service.
Christopher John Andrew BARNES, lately Grade
3, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
Valerie June, Mrs BAYLISS, lately Grade 3,
Department for Education and Employment.
John Frederick BRINDLEY, Grade 3, Lord
Chancellor's Department.
Robert Charles DOBBIE, Grade 3, Office of Public
Service.
John Albert GULVIN, Grade 3, Ministry of Defence.
Anthony John LANGFORD, Chief Executive,
Valuation Office Agency, H.M. Board of Inland
Revenue.
David Henry LOADES, Grade 3, Government
Actuary's Department.
Thomas Richard Harman LUCE, Head of Social
Care Policy, Department of Health.
Kenneth John MacKENZIE, Grade 2, Scottish
Office.
Miss Eileen Alison MACKAY (Mrs RUSSELL),
lately Grade 3, Scottish Office.
Marilynne Ann, Mrs. MORGAN, Solicitor and Legal
Adviser, Department of the Environment.
Sydney George NORRIS, Grade 3, Home Office.
Miss Margaret Ellen PEIRSON, Grade 3,
Department of Social Security.
Alexander William RUSSELL, Deputy Chairman,
H.M. Board of Customs and Excise.
George Warren STAPLE, Director of the Serious
Fraud Office.
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Andrew Donald WHETNALL, Grade 3, Cabinet
Office.
William Brian WILLOTT, Chief Executive, Export
Credits Guarantee Department.
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to give orders for the following promotions
in, and appointments to, the Most Distinguished
Order of Saint Michael and Saint George:
K.C.M.G.
To be an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or
Knight Commander, of the said Most Distinguished
Order:
Michael Douglas McWILLIAM, Director, School
of Oriental and African Studies, London
University. For services to Higher Education.
C.M.G.
To be an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or
Companion, of the said Most Distinguished Order:
David Christopher KELLY, Deputy Chief Scientific
Officer, Ministry of Defence.
DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST
G.C.M.G.
To be an Ordinary Member of the First Class, or
Knight Grand Cross, of the said Most Distinguished
Order:
Sir Christopher Leslie George MALLABY, G.C.V.O.,
K.C.M.G., H.M. Ambassador, Paris.
K.C.M.G.
To be Ordinary Members of the Second Class, or
Knights Commander, of the said Most Distinguished
Order
David Rolland SPEDDING, C.V.O., O.B.E., Chief
of Secret Intelligence Service.
John Stephen WALL, C.M.G., L.V.O., UK
Permanent Representative to the European Union,
Brussels.
David John WRIGHT, C.M.G., L.V.O., H.M.
Ambassador, Tokyo.
C.M.G.
To be Ordinary Members of the Third Class, or
Companions, of the said Most Distinguished Order:
Merrick
Stuart
BAKER-BATES,
H.M.
Consul-General, Los Angeles.
Bishop Bernard Patrick DEVLIN. For services to
the community in Gibraltar.
Gordon Aldridge DUGGAN, High Commissioner,
Singapore.
Richard George Hopper FLETCHER, Foreign and
Commonwealth Office.
Ian Duncan HENDRY, Foreign and Commonwealth
Office.
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
James William HODGE, Minister, H.M. Embassy,
Peking.
Neil MAIDMENT.
For services to British
commercial interests in Hong Kong and China.
Francis Joseph SAVAGE, L.V.O., O.B.E., Governor,
Montserrat.
Peter Graham WILMOTT, lately Director General
(Customs and Indirect Taxation), Commission of
the European Union.
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to make the following promotions in, and
appointments to, the Royal Victorian Order:
Royal Victorian Order
G.C.V.O.
To be Knights Grand Cross:
Major Sir Shane Gabriel Basil BLEWITT, K.C.V.O.,
Keeper of The Privy Purse and Treasurer to The
Queen.
The Right Honourable Sir Robert FELLOWES,
K.C.B., K.C.V.O., Private Secretary to The Queen.
K.C.V.O.
To be Knights Commander:
The Very Reverend Thomas Eric EVANS, Dean of
St. Paul's Cathedral.
James Hugh NEILL, C.B.E., T.D., lately Lord
Lieutenant of South Yorkshire.
c.v.o.
To be Commanders:
Charles Vernon AN SON, L.V.O., Press Secretary to
The Queen.
James Gerald GULLIVER, lately Trustee, The Duke
of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.
Robert Matthew MORRIS,
lately Assistant
Under-Secretary of State, Criminal Justice and
Constitutional Department, Home Office.
Kenneth William PARSONS, L.V.O., lately Surveyor
of the Lands for the South Survey, Duchy of
Lancaster.
Thomas Andrew SHEBBEARE, Executive Director,
The Prince's Trusts.
L.V.O.
To be Lieutenants:
Richard Winston ARBITER, Director of Media
Affairs, Royal Collection.
Major Nicholas Michael Lancelot BARNE, Private
Secretary to Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester
and The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.
Commander Hugh Blyth DAGLISH, Royal Navy.
Her Majesty's Yacht BRITANNIA.
Cecil William Lavery GRAHAM, O.B.E., lately
Vice-Chairman of the Board, The Prince's Trust.
Katharine Joan, Mrs. HARVEY, Lady in Waiting
to Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester.
Commander Jonathan Mortimer Collingwood
MAUGHAN, Royal Navy. Lately of Her Majesty's
Yacht BRITANNIA.
Miss Jane Katharine WALKER-OKEOVER, Extra
Woman of the Bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth
The Queen Mother.
Ian Richard PARSONS, Surveyor of Lands for the
Lancashire and Crewe Surveys, Duchy of
Lancaster.
Harold Geoffrey ROBERTS, lately Director of
Information, Welsh Office.
Thomas WOODCOCK, Somerset Herald, College
of Arms.
M.V.O.
To be Members:
Kathleen Elizabeth, Mrs. BROWN. For services to
The Crown in Canada.
Major Colin Neville BURGESS, lately Temporary
Equerry to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
Miss Wendy Dorothea BUTTON, Personal Assistant
(Auxiliary) to the Governor-General of Australia.
Miss Maria CICUTTO. For services to The Crown
in Australia.
Miss Sandra Evelyn COCHRANE, Personal
Assistant to the Governor-General of Australia.
Sergeant Brian Edward FORD, Royalty and
Diplomatic Protection Department, Metropolitan
Police.
Sergeant Jeffrey Alan FULLER, Royalty and
Diplomatic Protection Department, Metropolitan
Police.
Daniel Neil GLASSER. For services to The Crown
in Australia.
Miss Jean Catherine GRAY, Secretary, Household
of The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.
Bernard Rushmer JONES, lately Chairman of the
Board of The Prince's Youth Business Trust.
Edwin Alfred Andrew NORTON, Maintenance
Manager, Windsor Castle.
Major Albert Victor SMITH, M.B.E., Superintendent
of the Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace.
Terence Hector SUMMERS, Partner, Smith-Woolley.
Patricia, Mrs. WILDE, Assistant to the Lieutenancy
of Hereford and Worcester.
Brian WILSON, lately Head Forester, Duchy of
Cornwall.
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to award the Royal Victorian Medal (Gold)
to the undermentioned:
Royal Victorian Medal (Gold)
R.V.M.
Leslie Robert SIMMONS, R.V.M., lately Agricultural
Worker, Sandringham Estate.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
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CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to award a Bar to the Royal Victorian
Medal (Silver) to the undermentioned:
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to give orders for the following appointment
to the Order of the Companions of Honour:
C.H.
Bar to the Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)
R.V.M.
Leslie Frank CRIBBETT, R.V.M., lately Member
of the Princetown Works Department, Duchy of
Cornwall, Dartmoor.
Roy Thomas William HOWLING, R.V.M., Farm
Foreman, Sandringham Estate.
To be a Member:
The Right Honourable Richard Edward Geoffrey,
Baron HOWE OF ABERAVON, Q.C. For political
service.
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
CENTRAL CHANCERY OF
THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD
ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to award the Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)
to the undermentioned:
Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)
R.V.M.
John
Alan
BROWN,
Agricultural Worker,
Sandringham Estate.
Philip Shaun CROASDALE, Palace Steward,
Buckingham Palace.
Edward ESSON, Farm Grieve, Balmoral Estate.
David Albert
GRIFFIN, Head
Chauffeur,
Buckingham Palace.
Keith Howard GRIFFITHS, Senior Dining Room
Assistant, Buckingham Palace.
Leading Seaman (Missile) Paul Andrew HALE, Her
Majesty's Yacht BRITANNIA.
Sergeant Major John Glyn HOOK, The Queen's
Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
Acting Charge Chief Marine Engineering Artificer
John Gordon MACE. Her Majesty's Yacht
BRITANNIA.
Local Acting Chief Petty Officer Communications
Yeoman Christopher Ian PLOWS. Her Majesty's
Yacht BRITANNIA.
James Charles Edward ROUGH, Electrician,
Buckingham Palace.
Dennis Harold TADD. Standsman, Members'
Enclosure, Ascot Racecourse.
Dennis WILKINSON, lately Messenger Sergeant
Major, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen
of the Guard.
James Douglas WINN, Parks Worker, The Crown
Estate, Windsor.
Divisional
Sergeant
Major
Ernest
James
WOODMAN, M.B.E., The Queen's Body Guard
of the Yeomen of the Guard.
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to give orders for the following promotions
in, and appointments to the Most Excellent Order
of the British Empire:
Order of the British Empire
(Military Division)
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (NAVY DEPARTMENT)
C.B.E.
To be Ordinary Commanders of the Military Division
of the said Most Excellent Order:
Captain Peter Roland DAVIES, M.B.E., Royal Navy.
Commodore Alan Duncan FERGUSON, Royal
Navy.
Captain Richard Somerton WRAITH, Royal Navy.
O.B.E.
To be Ordinary Officers of the Military Division of
the said Most Excellent Order:
Commander Timothy Harold BOYCOTT, Royal
Navy.
Commander Alan Kenneth GRANT, Royal Navy.
Commander Michael Ian HORRELL, Royal Navy.
Commander Charlotte Elizabeth MANLEY, Royal
Navy.
Commander Howard McFADYEN, Royal Navy.
Commander Richard John Thornton PALLISTER,
Royal Navy.
Commander William Ross RENNISON, Royal Navy.
M.B.E.
To be Ordinary Members of the Military Division of
the said Most Excellent Order:
Lieutenant Commander Richard John CHARGE,
Royal Navy.
Warrant Officer Class 2 Frank Taylor CONNELLY,
Royal Marines.
Warrant Officer Graham Barry CUDMORE.
Captain (Local Major) Edward Grant Martin DAVIS,
Royal Marines.
Warrant Officer Peter David DISMORE.
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15ra JUNE 1996
Lieutenant Commander Robin Edward DREWETT,
Royal Navy.
Charge Chief Weapon Engineering Artificer Wim
James Michael EGGING, D067125L.
Warrant Officer Class 1 (Regimental Sergeant Major)
Colin Frederick GRICE, Royal Marines.
Warrant Officer Peter HARRIS.
Warrant Officer Class 1 John Martin KIMBREY,
Royal Marines.
Charge Chief Weapon Engineering Artificer Jeffery
Paul LLOYD, D147852Y
Warrant Officer David Neil LOVATT.
Chaplain Brian Richard MADDERS, Royal Navy.
Lieutenant Brian Henry MARSH, Royal Navy.
Warrant Officer Robert Arthur Henry MATTHEWS.
Warrant Officer Peter McGARRITY.
Lieutenant Commander Ian McLAREN, Royal Navy.
Warrant Officer Mervyn James MEEKINS.
Chief Petty Officer Weapons Engineering Mechanic
(Radio) Stephen Anthony MORRISH, D125089M.
Lieutenant Neil RICHES, Royal Navy.
Lieutenant Harry Charles ROBERTS, Royal Navy.
Warrant Officer Michael Gerrard SULLIVAN.
Wren Writer 1st Class Natalie Ruth SWAN,
W142156V.
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (ARMY DEPARTMENT)
K.B.E.
To be an Ordinary Knight Commander of the Military
Division of the said Most Excellent Order:
Lieutenant General Alexander George Hamilton
HARLEY, C.B., O.B.E. (471272), late Royal
Regiment of Artillery.
C.B.E.
To be Ordinary Commanders of the Military Division
of the said Most Excellent Order:
Colonel Ian Charles IRVINE, T.D. (486870), late
The Parachute Regiment, Territorial Army.
Brigadier
(Acting
Major
General)
Kevin
O'DONOGHUE (486538), late Corps of Royal
Engineers.
Brigadier Anthony John RAPER, M.B.E. (489583),
late Royal Corps of Signals.
O.B.E.
To be Ordinary Officers of the Military Division of
the said Most Excellent Order:
Lieutenant Colonel Peter Reginald Cloudesley
DIXON (483889), The Royal Anglian Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel Paul FRASER (489901), The
Royal Logistic Corps.
Lieutenant Colonel (Acting Colonel) Shane Crisp
HEARN (481791), The Royal Green Jackets.
Lieutenant Colonel (Acting Colonel) Thomas
Michael FITZALAN HOWARD (492369), Scots
Guards.
Acting Colonel David Edwin KING (479274),
Oxfordshire Army Cadet Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Nigel Anthony LAMPARD
(423954), The Royal Logistic Corps.
Lieutenant Colonel Hubert Kelly McALLISTER,
T.D. (503174), Royal Army Dental Corps,
Territorial Army.
Lieutenant Colonel Brian Mervyn SEMPLE
(482828), Corps of Royal Engineers.
M.B.E.
To be Ordinary Members of the Military Division of
the said Most Excellent Order:
24438384 Warrant Officer Class 1 James McCallum
ARCHIBALD, The Highlanders.
Captain David Thomas ATTWOOD (540863), The
King's Regiment.
Major David Christopher BOWEN (494399), Corps
of Royal Engineers.
24204702 Warrant Officer Class 2 John Austin
CALDWELL, The Royal Logistic Corps.
24264740 Warrant Officer Class 2 John CARROLL,
Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical
Engineers.
Major Ronald CLEMISON (526640), Scots Guards.
24190533 Warrant Officer Class 1 David COOPER,
Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical
Engineers.
Acting Major Francis Neil COOPER (434111), Royal
Grammar School High Wycombe Combined Cadet
Force.
24169040 Sergeant (Acting Colour Sergeant) Ernest
Clive Gwynn DAVIES, The Parachute Regiment.
Captain (Acting Major) Denis Nigel DILLON
(531998), The Royal Logistic Corps.
Captain John James DINEEN (541366), The Royal
Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment.
24468029 Warrant Officer Class 2 Stephen John
DINLEY, Small Arms School Corps.
Captain Graeme FERGUSON, B.E.M. (541720),
Corps of Royal Engineers.
Major John Wickham FILMER (476511), Corps of
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
23998030 Warrant Officer Class 2 George Albert
FIRTH, Royal Corps of Signals.
24757213 Staff Sergeant Paul Edward FISHER,
Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical
Engineers.
24018044 Warrant Officer Class 2 David Doddridge
FOX, Royal Corps of Signals.
Major Michael Anthony GALLAGHER (518473),
The Royal Logistic Corps.
24303190 Warrant Officer Class 1 Paul Clifford
GARDNER, The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire
and Wiltshire Regiment.
Major William Eric GAWLER (521154), The
Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, Territorial
Army.
Acting Lieutenant Colonel Michael Howard
GERRISH (470765), Northumberland Army Cadet
Force.
Captain Patrick Joseph GILL (480071), The Royal
Logistic Corps, Territorial Army.
Lieutenant (Acting Captain) Rodney Shane Foster
GREENE (535553), Corps of Royal Engineers.
Major Paul David GREEVES (513322), The
Parachute Regiment.
Major John Stanley GRINSTEAD (521080), The
Royal Logistic Corps.
Major
(Gurkha
Commissioned
Officer)
MILANCHANDRA GURUNG (512288), The
Queen's Gurkha Engineers.
Major
(Gurkha
Commissioned
Officer)
UDAIBAHADUR
GURUNG (526998), The
Royal Gurkha Rifles.
24126214 (Warrant Officer Class 2 Martin Neil
HARMER, Corps of Royal Electrical and
Mechanical Engineers.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15ra JUNE 1996
Major Grant Jonathan Leslie HOLDOM (507049),
Royal Regiment of Artillery.
Major John William HORNBY (522154), Royal
Corps of Signals.
Major Christopher Royston HOWSE (487514), The
Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment.
Captain (Acting Major) Philip James INGRAM
(518917), Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical
Engineers.
24438099 Warrant Officer Class 2 Eric Leonard
JONES, The Royal Green Jackets.
Major William John KINTREA (526643), The
Highlanders.
Major Graham John LACEY (520762), Small Arms
School Corps.
Major Barry John LE GRYS (507477), Corps of
Royal Engineers.
Major
(Queen's
Gurkha
Officer)
CHANDRAPRASAD LIMBU (521504), The
Royal Gurkha Rifles.
24403339 Warrant Officer Class 2 Martin John Stuart
LOCK, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical
Engineers.
24667609 Sergeant Angus MACPHERSON, Royal
Corps of Signals.
24235804 Warrant Officer Class 1 Gerald MADINE,
The Royal Logistic Corps.
Major Arup MAHANTY (515732), The Royal
Logistic Corps.
W0477075 Corporal Catherine Bernadette McCurry
MUNRO, Adjutant General's Corps (SPS).
Major Nigel John Hugh NAYLOR (523168), Royal
Corps of Signals.
Major Henry Shaun O'NEILL (526569), The Light
Dragoons.
24151516 Warrant Officer Class 1 David George
Anthony PARISH, Corps of Royal Electrical and
Mechanical Engineers, Territorial Army.
24264333 Sergeant Ronnie PEARSALL, Corps of
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
Lieutenant Colonel David Gordon REDDIN
(513524), Adjutant General's Corps (ALS).
Major Philip Spencer RUSSELL (492355), The
Parachute Regiment.
24366097 Warrant Officer Class 1 Stephen Carl
SABELLINI, Adjutant General's Corps (SPS).
24342466 Warrant Officer Class 1 William SHAW,
Adjutant General's Corps (RMP).
Major Ian Barry SMEATON (509089), Royal
Regiment of Artillery.
Major Robin STAVELEY (514942), Royal Regiment
of Artillery.
23939835 Warrant Officer Class 1 William
SUMPTER, Adjutant General's Corps (RMP).
Major Christopher WAKERLEY (514660), Royal
Corps of Signals.
Captain Roy Keith Burgess WALKER (542249), The
Royal Logistic Corps.
24705707 Corporal Stuart William WALKER, The
Royal Logistic Corps.
Major Adrian Christopher Dickenson WALTON,
T.D. (513059), The Staffordshire Regiment,
Territorial Army.
Major Matthew William WHITCHURCH (507557),
Corps of Royal Engineers.
Major Alexander David Thompson WHITFIELD
(517643), Adjutant General's Corps (ETS).
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Lieutenant
Colonel
Peter
Douglas
ASHTON-WICKETT (471189), Royal Regiment
of Artillery.
Captain SIU YING WU (533541), The Royal
Logistic Corps.
Major George Moore WYLIE (525958), Royal Corps
of Signals, Territorial Army.
Major Gordon William Alexander YOUNG
(519102), The Parachute Regiment.
24637370 Sergeant Terance Michael YOUNG, The
Royal Green Jackets, Territorial Army.
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (Am FORCE DEPARTMENT)
C.B.E.
To be Ordinary Commanders of the Military Division
of the said Most Excellent Order:
Air Commodore Peter Clarence AYEE, Royal Air
Force
Group Captain Christopher GRANVILLE-WHITE,
Royal Air Force.
O.B.E.
To be Ordinary Officers of the Military Division of
the said Most Excellent Order:
Wing Commander Peter Basil AKEHURST, L.V.O.
(5203024), Royal Air Force.
Wing Commander Peter Raymond BOWEN
(4232571), Royal Air Force (Retired).
Wing Commander Hugh Richard CORNEY
(2623703), Royal Air Force.
Wing Commander Gordon James GOODMAN
(0608748), Royal Air Force.
Wing Commander Keith Robert Colin GREAVES
(5201410), Royal Air Force.
Wing Commander (now Acting Group Captain)
Maurice Ian PETTIFER (2624380), Royal Air
Force.
Squadron Leader John Edward RANDS (8027281),
Royal Air Force.
Wing Commander Jonathan Kim WHEELER
(5204514), Royal Air Force.
M.B.E.
To be Ordinary Members of the Military Division of
the said Most Excellent Order:
Chief Technician (Acting Flight Sergeant) William
BATSON (K8132644), Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader Stanley BEIGHTON, A.E.
(0209991), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Sergeant Philip BUSHE (E8112897), Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader Clifford Karl CHRISTENSEN
(5202920), Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader Brian Finbarr COLEBY (4277169),
Royal Air Force.
Warrant Officer Bryan Michael CROSS (Y0593950),
Royal Air Force.
Flight Lieutenant Derek John CUNNINGHAM
(8024200), Royal Air Force.
Warrant
Officer
Derek
Alan
GRANGER
(Nl950478), Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader Peter George HICKS (8019637),
Royal Air Force.
Flight Lieutenant Alan Arthur HOWARD (0208307),
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training).
Warrant Officer Peter John JULIAN (D8083115),
Royal Air Force.
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Sergeant Michael George LARKMAN (S8117469),
Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader Paul Frederick LINDSAY
(8101610), Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader (now Wing Commander) William
John MCCARTHY (0689079), Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader Peter Godfrey MILES (4232594),
Royal Air Force.
Flight
Sergeant
Kathryn
Joy NEEDHAM
(E8063202), Royal Air Force.
Squadron Leader Barry Mark NORTH (8028152),
Royal Air Force.
Sergeant Charles PAFFETT (B8192047), Royal Air
Force Regiment.
Squadron Leader Ian Steven POLLITT (5204578),
Royal Air Force.
Junior Technician Brian Mark POWELL (T8253063),
Royal Air Force.
Flight Lieutenant Derek REDMAN, A.E. (0211984),
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Retired).
Flight Lieutenant Bryan Thomas RICHARDSON
(8086547), Royal Air Force.
Flight Lieutenant Philip Arthur Thomas SHAW,
A.E. (0586591), Royal Auxiliary Air Force
(Retired).
Sergeant Grenville John SMITH (Q8093433), Royal
Air Force (Retired).
Sergeant Barry Raymond TANSWELL (B8189804),
Royal Air Force.
Flight Lieutenant David Stewart WEBSTER
(8023384), Royal Air Force.
Flight
Lieutenant
Raymond
Garden
WHITTINGHAM (8103787), Royal Air Force.
Order of the British Empire
(Civil Division)
D.B.E.
To be Ordinary Dames Commander of the Civil
Division of the said Most Excellent Order:
Fiona, Mrs. CALDICOTT, Chairman, the Academy
of Medical Royal Colleges and President, the Royal
College of Psychiatrists. For services to Medicine.
Miss Felicity Ann Emwhyla LOTT, C.B.E. For
services to Opera.
Miss Sheila Valerie MASTERS, Partner, KPMG.
For services to the Financial Industry.
C.B.E.
To be Ordinary Commanders of the Civil Division of
the said Most Excellent Order:
Miss Mary Margaret ANDERSON, Consultant
Obstetrician
and
Gynaecologist,
Lewisham
Hospital. For services to Medicine.
John Alexander ARMITT, Chief Executive, Union
Railways Ltd. For services to the Railway Industry.
Geoffrey ARMSTRONG, Director-General, Institute
of Personnel and Development. For services to
Industrial Relations.
John Lionel BECKWITH, Vice President, Royal
National Institute for the Blind and Patron,
Teenage Cancer Trust. For charitable services.
Robert BERESFORD, Group Chairman, Mptt
Mcdonald Group Ltd. For services to Engineering
and to Export.
Professor Alexander BOKSENBERG, F.R.S., lately,
Director, the Royal Observatories. For services to
Astronomy.
Trevor Courtnay BONNER, Managing Director,
GKN Automotive and Agritechnical Products,
GKN pic. For services to the Automotive
Components Industry.
Christopher William BRASHER, Life President,
London Marathon and Vice President, British
Orienteering Federation. For services to Sport.
Miss Beata Ann BROOKES. For political service.
Ewan BROWN, Director, Noble Grossart. For
services to Banking and to Public Life in Scotland.
Richard St. John Vladimir BURTON. For services
to Architecture.
Professor Donald CARRUTHERS, lately Director
of Roads, Strathclyde Regional Council. For
services to Local Government.
Professor Peter John Bell CLARRICOATS, F.R.S.,
Head, Department of Electronic Engineering,
Queen Mary and Westfield College. For services
to the Ministry of Defence.
Colonel John Alistair CLEMENCE, T.D., lately
Regimental Colonel, London Scottish Regiment,
Territorial Army. For services to the Territorial
Army.
Miss Julia Charity CLEVERDON (Mrs. Garnett),
Chief Executive, Business in the Community. For
services to Training and to Equal Opportunities.
Tim William George COLLINS. For political service.
Patrick Laurence COMBES, lately Professional and
Technology Director Grade A, Ministry of
Defence.
Peter John COOK, Director, British Geological
Survey. For scientific services to industry.
Allan Gerald CORLESS, lately Chief Executive,
West Glamorgan County Council. For services to
Local Government.
Dan CROMPTON, Q.P.M., Her Majesty's Inspector
of Constabulary. For services to the Police.
Derek Lewis DAVIES. For services to Business and
to the community in North West England.
Miss Edna Nansi Margaret DAVIES, lately Grade
5, Welsh Office.
Michael Shillito Trevelyan DOWER, lately Director
General, Countryside Commission. For services to
Conservation and Countryside Recreation.
Archibald Hugh DUBERLY, D.L., lately National
President, Country Landowners' Association. For
services to the Rural Community.
Professor Evelyn Algernon Valentine EBSWORTH,
Vice Chancellor and Warden, University of
Durham. For services to Higher Education.
Professor Andrew ELKINGTON, President, Royal
College of Ophthalmologists. For services to
Medicine.
The Reverend Donald ENGLISH. For services to
World Methodism.
Alun EVANS, O.B.E., Chairman, British Wool
Marketing Board and Chairman, Welsh Food
Promotions. For services to Agriculture.
Professor Lawrence David FREEDMAN, Professor
of War Studies, King's College, London. For
services to Defence Studies.
Christopher Michael GABLE, Artistic Director,
Northern Ballet Theatre. For services to Dance.
Paul GALLAGHER, lately Health and Safety
Commissioner. For services to Health and Safety.
Jack GEE, lately Grade 5, Department of the
Environment.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Arthur Benjamin Norman GILL, Deputy President,
National Farmers' Union. For services to
Agriculture.
Harvey Anthony GOLDSMITH, Chief Executive,
The Allied Entertainment Group. For services to
Entertainment.
Brian James HANSON. For political service.
Professor Frank HARRIS, Dean and Professor of
Paediatrics. University of Leicester Medical School.
For services to Medicine.
Gary Leon HEWITT, Chief of Manufacturing,
Atomic Weapons Establishment. For services to
the Defence Industry.
John William HOUGHAM, Chairman, Advisory,
Conciliation and Arbitration Service. For service
to Industrial Relations.
Professor Judith Ann Kathleen
HOWARD,
Foundation Professor to Structural and Materials
Chemistry, University of Durham. For services to
Science.
Leslie HOWELL, Chairman, Merseyside Training
and Enterprise Council. For services to Training.
Terence HUNT. National Director, NHS Supplies
Authority. For services to the NHS.
Professor Ian ISHERWOOD. For services to
Radiology.
Professor Kenneth James IVES, Emeritus Professor
of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University
College, London. For services to the Environment.
David Lewis JACOBS, D.L. For services to
Broadcasting and for charitable services.
James Alexander Mercer KERR. For public service.
James Anthony KING, Grade 5, Ministry of Defence.
Ralph Richard LAND, O.B.E. For services to Export
to Eastern Europe.
Professor Donald Frederick LEACH, Principal,
Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh. For services
to Education.
James Clarke MACFARLANE, O.B.E., Chairman,
Tayside Health Board. For services to the NHS
in Scotland.
John Edward MAGUIRE. For services to Industrial
Tribunals.
Alfred David MALPAS, Managing Director, Tesco
pic. For services to the Food Retail Industry.
Robert John MARGETTS, Executive Director, ICI
Group. For services to the Chemical and
Engineering Industries.
Douglas Keith MATTHEWS, Deputy Controller,
H.M. Board of Inland Revenue.
William Thomas McCARTER. For services to
Industry.
Michael William McCRUM. For services to
Education and to the Cathedrals Fabric
Commission.
Cameron McLATCHIE, O.B.E., Chairman and
Chief Executive, British Polythene Industries pic.
For services to the Polythene Industry.
Michael Rodney Newton MOORE. For services to
the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Children.
Annette, Mrs. NOSKWITH, O.B.E. For political
and public service.
James Geoffrey PARKER, Chairman, Teacher
Training Agency. For services to Education.
John Alan PARKES, lately Chief Executive,
Humberside County Council. For services to Local
Government.
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Simon Frank PERRY, Chief Executive, British Screen
Finance. For services to the Film Industry.
Professor Deanna
Sheila PETHERBRIDGE,
Professor of Drawing, Royal College of Art. For
services to the Draughtsmanship.
Professor James Colquhoun PETRIE, Professor of
Pharmacology and Head, Department of Medicine
and Therapeutics, University of Aberdeen and
Co-Director, Health Services Research Unit,
Aberdeen. For services to Medicine.
Rosina May, Mrs. PINK. For political and public
service.
David Ernest PLOWRIGHT, Deputy Chairman,
Channel 4. For services to the Broadcasting
Industry.
Donald Andrew PORTER. For political service.
Roger Allan PRATT. For political service.
Arthur Leolin PRICE, Q.C. For services to the
Institute of Child Health.
David Brookhouse PRICE, lately Grade 4,
Department for Education and Employment.
David Henry PROBERT, Chairman, Crown Agents
for Oversea Governments and Administrations. For
services to Business.
Brian QUINN, lately Director, Bank of England.
For services to Banking.
Roy Henry RANSON, Managing Director and
Actuary, Equitable Life Assurance Society. For
services to the Insurance Industry.
Miss Marjorie Ethel REEVES, Honorary Fellow, St.
Anne's and St. Hugh's Colleges, Oxford. For
services to History.
Ruth Barbara, Mrs. RENDELL, Novelist. For
services to Literature.
Norman
RICHARDSON,
Vice
President,
Northumbria Tourist Board. For services to
Tourism.
George Francis ROBERTSON, President, Rent
Assessment Panel for Scotland. For services to the
Community.
Brian Gordon ROBINSON, Q.F.S.M., Chief Fire
Officer and Chief Executive, London Fire and
Civil Defence Authority. For services to the Fire
Service.
Hedley Stephen SALT. For services to Barnsley
Metropolitan Borough Council and to Local
Government.
Coral Cynthia, Mrs. SAMUEL. For charitable
services to the Arts.
Bryan Moile SANDFORD. For services to the
Church of England.
Kenneth Douglas SCHOFIELD, Executive Director,
PGA European Tour. For services to Golf.
John SHANNON, O.B.E., Chairman, York Civic
Trust. For services to the community in York.
Gillian Anne, Mrs. SHAW. For services to the
Community.
Richard James SIMMONDS. For political service.
John Michael CORBET-SINGLETON. For political
and public service.
Kenneth Peter Ross SMART, Grade 4, Department
of Transport.
John Michael SMETHURST, lately Deputy Chief
Executive, the British Library.
John William SORRELL, Chairman, Design
Council. For services to Industrial Design.
Brian John STEWART, Chief Executive, Scottish
and Newcastle pic. For services to the Brewing
Industry.
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE. 15TH JUNE 1996
The Honourable Sir Richard STOREY, Bt. For
services to the Newspaper Industry.
John Sydney SUTTON, General Secretary, Secondary
Heads Association. For services to Education.
Christopher Anthony SWAN. For services to the
Citizen's Charter.
Stephen Robin TEMPLE, Grade 4. Department of
Trade and Industry.
Nigel Cooper THOMPSON, Deputy Chairman, Ove
Arup and Partners. For services to the Construction
Industry.
Peter Kai THORNTON. For services to the Sir
John Soane's Museum.
Derek Adrian TRUMAN, lately Grade 5, H.M.
Treasury.
David George VAISEY. For services to the Bodleian
Library, Oxford.
David Anthony VICARY, Chairman, Chamber of
Coal Traders and Chairman, National Association
of Solid Fuel Wholesalers. For services to the
Coal Industry.
Professor David James WALLACE, F.R.S. For
services to Parallel Computing.
Major General Michael John Hatley WALSH, C.B.,
D.S.O. For services to the Voluntary Sector.
Leonard John WARWICK, Member, Securities and
Investments Board. For services to Financial
Regulation.
Robin Glover WENDT, D.L., Secretary, Association
of County Councils. For services to Local
Government.
John Granville WILKINS. For political service.
O.B.E.
To be Ordinary Officers of the Civil Division of the
said Most Excellent Order:
Ian Simpson Thomson ADAM, Q.F.S.M., Firemaster,
Central Scotland Fire Brigade. For services to the
Fire Service.
Professor Ian Douglas AITKEN, Director, Moredun
Research Institute. For services to Agricultural
Science.
Laurence John ALBON, Chairman and Chief
Executive, Albon Engineering and Manufacturing
pic. For services to the Automobile Components
Industry.
Philip ANDREW, lately Chief Executive, British
Coal Enterprise Ltd. For services to the Coal
Industry.
Miss Patricia Margaret ANDREWS, Grade 5,
Cabinet Office.
John ARDLEY, lately Deputy Controller of Plant
Variety Rights, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries
and Food.
Timothy Preston ASTILL, Group Director, National
Pharmaceutical Association. For services to the
Pharmaceutical Profession.
Howard BADERMAN, Consultant in Charge,
Accident and Emergencies, University College
Hospital, London. For services to Medicine.
Robert Ernest BAILIE. For services to the Printing
Industry.
Andrew Eric Joseph BANFIELD, President,
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. For
services to Environmental Health.
John Reginald BARRELL, T.D., Chief Executive,
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.
For services to Health and Safety.
Bernard Daniel James BARTON. For services to
the British Red Cross Society in Surrey.
Trevor John BAYLEY. For services to Medical
Education.
John Anthony BEAUMONT, Chief Executive,
Institute of Grocery Distribution. For services to
the Food Industry.
John Irving BESENT, Superintendent, Epping Forest.
For services to Epping Forest and to the
Corporation of London.
Archibald Anderson BETHEL,
lately Chief
Executive, Lanarkshire Development Agency. For
services to Enterprise in Lanarkshire.
Alastair Ross BIGGART. For services to the
Construction and Tunelling Industries.
Geoffrey Bernard BLACKER, lately Chief Executive
and Director of Finance, Royal Borough of
Windsor and Maidenhead. For services to Local
Government.
Irene, Mrs. BLOOR, lately Chairperson, War
Widow's Association. For services to War Widows.
Professor Jennifer Ruth Pryse BOORE. For services
to Nursing.
Michael John BOOTH. For services to International
Trade.
Gillian Evelyn, Viscountess BRENTFORD. For
humanitarian services and for services to the
community in London.
Marion Helen, Mrs. BRIGHTON, Chairman,
Lincolnshire Tourism and lately Member, East
Midlands Tourist Board. For services to Tourism
in Lincolnshire and South Humberside.
James Douglas BROWN, Chairman, South Ayrshire
Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Health Care.
Terence Walter BROWNLOW, lately Principal
Professional and Technology Officer, Ministry of
Defence.
Miss Dora May BRYAN, Actress. For services to
Drama.
Mirza Michael John BUKHT (Michael BARRY),
Programme Controller, Classic FM. For services
to Radio and Television Broadcasting.
Miss Antonia Janette BUNCH, lately Director,
Scottish Science Library, National Library of
Scotland.
Neville Edmund BUNTING, Grade 7, Department
of Social Security.
Peter Victor BURDEN, lately Chief Crime
Correspondent, Daily Mail. For services to Crime
Journalism and to Crime Prevention.
Michael BURN, lately Grade 7, Department of the
Environment.
Miss Susan Mary BURR, Royal College of Nursing
Adviser on Paediatric Nursing. For services to
Nursing.
Peter John BURTON,
Grade 6, Overseas
Development Administration.
Annette Lorimer Knox, Mrs. CADBURY, D.L. For
service to the community in Gloucestershire.
Lieutenant Colonel Harrison Harvey CAIL,
Executive Secretary, Independent Tank Storage
Association. For services to the Oil and Chemical
Industries.
Peter Gavin CALDWELL, Grade 7, Health and
Safety Executive, Department of the Environment.
Miss Clare DIXON-CARTER. For services to the
British Red Cross Society in Scotland.
Bernard Oliver CLAMPTON. For services to the
Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Peter CLARK, Controller, H.M. Board of Inland
Revenue.
Denis Oliver COLE, lately Chairman, Shaftesbury
Housing Association. For services to the housing
Association Movement.
Philip COLLCUTT, Grade 7, Cabinet Office.
Miss Sheila Gillian COLVIN, General Director,
Aldeburgh Foundation. For services to the Arts.
William Elwyn CONWAY. For services to Local
Government in Wales.
Graham Hamilton COOPER, Senior Principal
Scientific Officer, Ministry of Defence.
John Edward COOPER, Grade 7, Department for
Education and Employment.
Richard Ernest COOPER. For services to the
Magistracy in Buckinghamshire.
Colin James CRAIG, Director, Robert Fleming and
Company Ltd. For services to the Ministry of
Defence.
Joy Carol, Mrs. CROSS, Grade 7, Department for
Education and Employment.
Alan George CURTIS. For charitable services to
Ex-servicemen and Women, and for services to
the Airborne Initiative.
Maurice DALE, lately Grade 7, Ministry of Defence.
Adrian Marten George DARBY, Chairman, Plantlife.
For services to Nature Conservation.
Margaret Wilmett, Mrs. DAVEY. For services to
Continuing Education and Training in the London
Borough of Croydon.
Constance
Ann
Gillian,
Mrs.
DAVIES,
Administrator, the Allen Lane Foundation. For
charitable services.
Colonel Norman Thomas DAVIES, M.B.E., lately
Registrar, General Dental Council. For public
service.
Peter Roger DAVIES. For services to Education.
Dennis Tyrone DAVIS, Q.F.S.M., Chief Fire Officer,
Cheshire Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire
Service.
Peter DAWSON, Senior Crown Prosecutor, Crown
Prosecution Service.
Richard Anthony DENNIS, Grade 6, Ministry of
Defence.
John Elliott Christopher DICKS. For services to the
Newspaper Industry.
Patrick Brian O'Cahir DOHERTY. For political
service.
John Roland DONOVAN, Grade 7, Ministry of
Defence.
Andrew Patrick DOUGAL. For services to Health
Care.
Miss Caroline Elizabeth Anne DUDLEY, Director,
Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro. For services to
Museums and Galleries.
James Andrew Cameron DUNLOP, Dairy Farmer.
For services to Agriculture.
John Leeper DUNLOP. For services to Horse Racing.
Prudence, Mrs. EARLE. For services to the Board
of Visitors, HM Prison Blakenhurst.
Lieutenant
Colonel
John
Halifax
Patrick
EMERSON, Honorary Secretary, Indian Army
Association. For services to Ex-Servicemen and
Women.
Professor John Davies EVANS, lately Chairman,
Treasure Trove Reviewing Committee. For services
to Archaeology.
John EWINGTON. For services to the Guild of
Church Musicians.
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James Angus Gordon FIDDES, Member, Glenrothes
Development Corporation. For services to Business.
David Arthur Ewart FINCH. For political and public
service.
Miss Betty Lilian FINCH, Member, Boards of
Visitors' Co-ordinating Committee. For services to
Prisoner Welfare.
John FISH. For services to the Civil Service
Retirement Fellowship.
Patricia Hilbery, Mrs. FitzPATRICK. For political
service.
James Angus FORD, Consultant Paediatrician,
Rutherglen Maternity Hospital and Royal Hospital
for Sick Children, Glasgow. For services to
Medicine.
John Charles FOSTER, lately Managing Director
and Chief Executive, USM Texon Ltd. For services
to the Shoe Industry.
John FRASER, Grade 6, Ministry of Defence.
Miss Jeane FREEMAN, Director, Apex Scotland
Ltd. For services to the Rehabilitation of Offenders.
Bernard FROWD, lately Chief Executive and City
Treasurer, Exeter City Council, Devon. For services
to Local Government.
Mary Rhoda, Mrs. FYFE. For political service.
The Reverend Peter John GALLOWAY. For services
to the Order of the British Empire.
Jeremy Peter GEE, Grade 7, Commonwealth War
Graves Commission.
Peter Graham GETHING, lately Grade 6, Ministry
of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
George Allison GILL, H.M. Inspector, Office for
Standards in Education.
St John Rosslyn GOFF, B.E.M. For services to the
Magistracy in Gwent.
Peter GOLDS. For political service.
Charles Richard Browne GOLDSON, Commercial
Director, North and West, British Railways Board.
For services to the Railway Industry.
Alexander GOODALL, Headteacher, Wester Hailes
Education Centre, Edinburgh. For services to
Education.
Ian GORDON, Grade 6, Highways Agency,
Department of Transport.
The Reverend George Gordon GRAHAM. For
services to Botany.
Alan Roy GRAY, Chief Fire Officer, Cambridgeshire
Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire
Service.
Alexander GRAY For services to Rheumatology
and Cancer Relief.
Ann, Mrs. HALLETT. For political service.
Walter Weir Sommerville HALLEY, District
Inspector, H.M. Board of Inland Revenue.
Patrick Gerard HAMILL. For services to Education.
The Venerable Alan Edwin Thomas HARPER. For
services to Conservation.
Ronald
Arthur
HARRIS,
Assistant
Chief
Investigation Officer, H.M. Board of Customs and
Excise.
Laurence Hardy HARWOOD, Adviser on Coast and
Countryside Strategy Plans, National Trust. For
services to Conservation.
Major Alastair John Crafton HEWAT, lately
Chairman, Scottish River Purification Boards
Association and Chairman,
Tweed River
Purification Board. For services to Conservation.
Patrick Joseph HIGGINS. For public service.
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Anita Mary Clarke, Mrs HIGHAM, Principal of
Banbury School, Oxfordshire and Director, Heart
of England Training and Enterprise Council. For
services to Education and Training.
Sheila Margaret, Mrs. HOLDEN, Senior Principal
Engineer (Transportation), East Sussex County
Council. For services to Transportation Planning.
John Frederick White HOLDICH. For political and
public service.
Miss Shana Clare HOLE, Special Adviser to the
Government Chief Whip.
Desmond James HOLLIS, Director of Finance,
Devon and Cornwall Constabulary. For services
to the Police.
David HOOD, Chairman and Joint Managing
Director, Pace Micro Technology Ltd. For services
to the Satellite Receiver Industry.
Lieutenant Colonel Robert William Edward HOUSE,
M.B.E. For services to War Pensions Committees
in Kent.
Alan
Peter
HOWCROFT,
lately
Principal
Professional and Technology Officer, Welsh Office.
John Anthony HOWICK, lately Grade 7,
Department of Transport.
Robert HOWIE, Grade 7, Department of Social
Security.
Kenneth HUDSON. For services to Museums.
Zulfikar Alibhai JADAVJI, Audit Manager, National
Audit Office.
John Douglas JAMES, Chief Executive, Woodland
Trust. For services to Nature Conservation.
Harry JEPSON. For services to Rugby League
Football.
Michael Denis JEPSON, Chairman, Brecon
Cathedral 900th Anniversary Appeal. For
charitable services.
Nicholas JONAS, D.L. For services to the community
in Hampshire.
Alan David JONES, Managing Director, TNT
Express UK Ltd. For services to the Transport
Industry.
Christopher Frederick JONES, Chief Clerk, Central
Office, Royal Courts of Justice.
Haydn Hugh Griffiths JONES. For services to the
community in Dinas Powis, Vale of Glamorgan.
Leslie David JONES, lately Regional General
Manager (Thames), National Rivers Authority. For
services to Conservation.
Robert Gwilym PRITCHARD-JONES. For services
to the Magistracy in Wales.
Roger Spencer JONES, Managing Director, Penn
Pharmaceuticals Ltd. For services to Industry in
Wales.
Stephen Francis Waley JOSEPH, Executive Director,
Transport 2000. For services to Transport and to
the Environment.
Cyril Russell JULIAN. For services to the St John
Ambulance Brigade in Cornwall.
Martin Newman KARMEL, Consultant, British
Bankers' Association. For services to Banking.
Charles Fitzroy Coogan KAYE, lately Chief
Executive, Special Hospitals Service Authority. For
services to Health Care.
James KEIGHT, Leader, Knowsley Metropolitan
Borough Council. For services to Local
Government.
Ann Elaine, Mrs. KENNEDY, Grade 6, Foreign
and Commonwealth Office.
Joan, Mrs. KEOGH. For services to Industrial
Tribunals.
Richard Henry KIMBERLIN. For services to Animal
Health.
Clifford KING, Director, Trafalgar House Corporate
Development Ltd. For services to Engineering
Exports.
Ronald Peter KIRBY, Director of Public Affairs,
the Engineering Council. For services to
Engineering.
Professor Malcolm Harold LADER. For services to
the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs.
Robin James Oliver LAVERY, Grade 7, Department
of Trade and Industry.
Anne Deirdre, Mrs. LEECE. For services to the
Soldiers',
Sailors' and Airmen's Families
Association in West Sussex.
Clifford LEES, European Patent Attorney. For
services to the Patent Industry.
Donald John LEWIN, Chairman, Clinton Cards.
For services to the Greeting Cards Industry.
Cyril Mervyn LEWIS, Principal and Chief Executive,
Swansea College. For services to Further Education
in Wales.
Hywel Eifion LEWIS, lately Chairman, Assembly
of Welsh County Councils. For services to Local
Government in Wales.
James Frazer LINDSAY, lately Head of Information,
Forestry Commission.
Hugh Patrick LINEHAN. For services to Agriculture.
Peter Arthur LISTER, Senior Principal Scientific
Officer, Health and Safety Executive.
Moir LOCKHEAD, Chief Executive and Deputy
Chairman, First Bus pic. For services to the Bus
Industry.
James LOGAN, Actor, comedian and entertainer.
For services to Entertainment.
Samuel Morrell LYONS. For services to Medicine.
James Brian Chambers LYTTLE. For services to
the Rehabilitation of Offenders.
Pamela Mary, Mrs. MACKAY. For political service.
Miss Patricia Kathleen Randall MANN (Mrs.
Walker). For services to the Food Advisory
Committee.
George Hugh MARRIAGE, Grade 6, Home Office.
Peter John Dixon MARSHALL. For charitable
services to the community in Yorkshire.
Terence William MARSHALL, Grade 6, H.M. Board
of Customs and Excise.
Patrick William Bussell MASEFIELD. For services
to the Arts.
David Leslie MASON. For services to Health
Charities.
Manmohan Singh MATHARU, Consultant in Public
Health Medicine. For services to Medicine.
Bernard Brian McCANN, Chairman, South East
Asia Committee, British Overseas Trade Board.
For services to Export.
William Gerard Vincent McCARNEY For services
to the Magistracy.
Hugh Montgomery McILVANNEY. For services to
Sports Journalism.
John Charles McINTOSH, Headmaster, The London
Oratory School, Fulham. For services to Education.
Althea Icolyn, Mrs. McLEAN. For services to
Community Relations in Watford, Hertfordshire.
John David Alexander Me WILLIAM, Deputy Vice
Chancellor, University of Greenwich. For services
to Education.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Manubhai Bhogilal MEHTA, lately Chief Executive,
Torfaen Borough Council. For services to Local
Government in Wales.
Rob MELLORS, Team Leader, Pilot District Support
Project, Midlands Province, Zimbabwe. For
humanitarian services.
Professor
Hugh Graham
MILLER,
Head,
Department of Forestry, University of Aberdeen.
For services to Forestry.
Alan MILLS. For services to Lawn Tennis.
Thomas Gerald John MOAG. For services to
Education.
Ian Charles Hugh MOODY, D.L., Chairman, St
John Council for Devon. For services to the St
John Ambulance Brigade.
David Gordon MORGAN. For political and public
service.
Ivan MORRISON, Songwriter, Singer and Musician.
For services to Music.
Peter Francis MORRISROE, Managing Director,
Airport Co-ordination Ltd. For services to the
Aviation Industry.
Ian Forbes MORTIMER, Fine Printer. For services
to Printing.
William MOUNTAIN, Team Leader, H.M. Board
of Inland Revenue.
Bernard Patrick MURPHY. For public service.
David Spencer BAIRD-MURRAY, D.L. For services
to Tourism in Wales.
Peter MURRAY, Founder and Executive Director,
Yorkshire Sculpture Park. For services to Sculpture.
Helen Ruth, Mrs. OSTRYCHARZ, Chairman,
Ayrshire, Inverclyde and Argyll Committee for the
Employment of People with Disabilities. For
services to Disabled People.
Richard Eric PAINTER, Chief Executive, ADT
Education Trust Ltd. For services to Education.
Colin
Murray
PARKES,
President,
Cruse
Bereavement Care. For services to Bereaved People.
Sylvia, Mrs. PEACH, Chairman, Board of Visitors,
H.M. Prison Winchester. For services to Prisoner
Welfare.
Michael
Stuart
PICKERING,
Chairman,
Agricultural Advisory Panel for Wales. For services
to Agriculture.
Brian Alexander Martin PIGGOTT, Grade 6,
Department of Trade and Industry.
David Alan PINDER. For political service.
Derek Robert POLLARD, National Commissioner
for Adult Support, Scout Association. For services
to Scouting.
Professor James Alfred POWELL, Director, Graduate
School, University of Salford. For services to
Science and to Engineering Education.
Daphne June, Mrs. PRIESTLEY, D.L. For services
to the Magistracy in Berkshire and to the Thames
Valley Police Authority.
Miss Maureen Lilian PURVIS, Grade 6, Department
of Health.
Malcolm Andrew RAE, Nurse Adviser, Mental
Health Services, Salford NHS Trust. For services
to Health Care.
Herbert H. RAPHAEL. For charitable services in
Greater Manchester.
Professor Desmond REA. For services to Local
Government.
Francis Vaughan REES, lately Grade 7, Department
of National Heritage.
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Grahame Hughes REES, lately Group Leader,
Theory and Future Projects, Rutherford Appleton
Laboratory. For services to Particle Acceleration
Theory.
Margaret Jane, Mrs. REES, Principal, Coventry
Technical College. For services to Further
Education.
Barbara Brand Laing, Mrs. REID. For services to
Children's Panels and to Young People in Scotland.
Frederick Brian RENNIE, Personnel Adviser, H.M.
Board of Inland Revenue.
Michael George RICHARDS, lately Grade 7, Welsh
Office.
Christopher
Keith
RICHARDSON, M.B.E.,
Principal Consultant, Roke Manor Research Ltd.
For services to the Defence Industry.
Ian Billington RITCHIE, Regional Director, Thames
Water. For services to the Water Industry and to
Export.
Lieutenant
Colonel Thomas
Ian
McLaren
ROBINSON. For services to the Army Benevolent
Fund.
Maureen, Mrs. ROONEY. For services to Women's
Issues.
Colonel Peter George ROSSER, M.B.E. For political
service.
Malcolm Spencer RUDKIN, D.L. For political and
public service.
Colin Anthony RUGG. For services to the Services
Sound and Vision Corporation.
Alan Gray RUTHERFORD, Scotch Whisky
Production Director, United Distillers pic. For
services to the Scotch Whisky Industry.
Professor Eric Edward SAINSBURY For services
to the community particularly voluntary
organisations, in Sheffield.
Joan Mary, Mrs. SALLIS, President, Campaign for
State Education. For services to Education.
Bryan Campbell SEWELL, lately Deputy Director
of Works, House of Commons.
Paul Anthony SHAW, Chief Executive, Southampton
and South West Hampshire Health Authority. For
services to Health Care.
Albert James SHERRARD. For services to the
Health Care Industry.
John Bourne SHROPSHIRE, Managing Director,
the Shropshire Group. For services to the
Horticulture Industry and to Export.
Miss Janet Helen SILVER (Mrs. Albu), lately
Principal Optometrist, Moorfields Eye Hospital
NHS Trust. For services to Health Care.
Indarjit SINGH. For services to Urban Regeneration.
Hugh Drew SLOAN, Managing Director, Semex
UK. For services to the Dairy Industry.
Ian Reid Dykes SMILLIE, lately Chief Executive,
Kyle and Carrick District Council. For services to
Local Government.
David Arthur George SMITH, Headmaster, Bradford
Grammar School, West Yorkshire. For services to
Education.
Miss Sally Belinda SMITH, Divisional Design
Director, Clothing Division, Coats Viyella pic. For
services to the Clothing Industry.
Clive Roderick SNEDDON, lately Leader of the
Administration, North East Fife District Council.
For services to Local Government in Scotland.
Michael Lawrence SOMERS. For services to the
Institute of Oceanographic Sciences and to Sonar
Surveying.
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Captain Herbert Franklin SPENCER, R.N. (Retd),
Co-ordinator, ODA's Emergency Engineering Unit.
For humanitarian services in the former Yugoslavia.
Roy STAPLES, T.D. For services to the community
in Spalding, Lincolnshire.
John Carwin STEWART, lately Director of Finance
and Deputy Chief Executive, Dumfries and
Galloway Regional Council. For services to Local
Government.
Thomas STUTTAFORD. For political service.
Robin James Harry SUMPTER, Chairman,
Scunthorpe Social Security Tribunal. For services
to the community in Scunthorpe, Humberside.
Peter Charles SWAIN, Director, Living Options East
Devon. For services to Disabled People.
Marney Jane, Mrs. SWAN. For political service.
Peter Simon TANNER, Principal Scientific Officer,
Ministry of Defence.
David Scott TENNET, Managing Director, GEC
Marconi Defence Systems. For services to the
Defence Industry.
Brian THAXTER, D.L. For services to the
community in Merseyside.
Bernard THOMAS, lately Works Director, Sekisui.
For services to Industry in South Wales.
John Hugh THOMAS. For services to Music in
Wales.
Roger John THOMPSON, Chairman and Managing
Director, Guide Friday Ltd. For services to
Tourism.
Thomas Walter THOMPSON, Director of Planning
and Transportation, Leicestershire County Council.
For services to Civil Engineering and to Highway
Maintenance.
Edward David Macrae TOD, President, National
Association of Fundholding Practices. For services
to Medicine.
Helen Patricia, Mrs. TOFT, Chief Waste Regulation
Officer. For services to Waste Regulation.
Graham Alfred TREADWELL, Grade 7, Home
Office.
Miss Joanna TROLLOPE, Novelist. For services to
Literature.
Barbara, Mrs. VAUGHAN, Chair, Scottish
Community Education Council and Team Leader
of Public Administration, Leisure and Tourism,
Angus College. For services to Education.
The Reverend Michael David VOCKINS. For services
to Cricket.
Graeme Murray WALKER. For services to
Broadcasting and to Motor Sports.
John WALTON, Deputy District Valuer, H.M. Board
of Inland Revenue.
Leslie Howard WALTON, Headteacher, Norham
Community High School, North Tyneside. For
services to Education.
George Mcllroy WANLESS, lately Chairman, East
Lothian District Council. For services to Local
Government in Scotland.
Arthur Ronald Dare WATKINS. For services to the
Globe Theatre.
Cecilia Emily, Mrs. WELLS, Equal Opportunities
Commissioner. For services to Equal Opportunities.
Eric WELSH, Managing Director, Tees Dockyard
Ltd. For services to the Shipbuilding Industry.
Ronald Edmund WESTON, lately Member, National
Rivers Authority. For services to Conservation.
Alan Reynolds WESTWELL, Chief Executive and
Managing Director, Greater Manchester Buses
North Ltd. For services to Public Transport in
Greater Manchester.
Frank WESTWELL, Grade 6, Department of
Health.
Sir James Herbert Ingham WHITAKER, Bt. For
services to Atlantic College, West Glamorgan and
to Young People.
Raymond Carson WHITE, B.E.M. For services to
the Police.
Robert Ian Kirkland WHITE, lately Chief Estates
Officer, Scottish Office.
Joan Marie, Mrs. WIGGALL, M.B.E. For services
to the British Red Cross Society in Hertfordshire.
Henry Russell WILKINSON, lately Director of
Accounting Practice, Audit Commission. For
services to Accountancy and to Local Government.
John Kenneth WILLIAMS. For services to the
Soldiers', Sailors'
and
Airmen's Families
Association.
Michael Ian WILLIS, Chief Executive, West Country
Ambulance Services NHS Trust. For services to
the Ambulance Service.
Anthony Wilfred WILSHAW, Grade 7, Department
for Education and Employment.
Catherine Mary, Mrs. WILSON, Director, Norfolk
Museums Service. For services to Museums and
Galleries.
David Thomas Robison WILSON. For political and
public service.
Derrick Raymond WILSON. For services to the
Coal Trade Benevolent Association.
Dinah Mary, Mrs. WINSTONE, Head of
Radiography, Breast Test Wales. For services to
Health Care.
Anthea,
Mrs.
WORSDALL,
Secretary,
Anti-Counterfeiting Group. For services to
Industry.
M.B.E.
To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the
said Most Excellent Order:
Betty,
Mrs.
ABBOTT,
Voluntary Services
Co-ordinator, East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
For services to Health Care.
Joan Mary, Mrs. ABBOTT. For services to the
community in and around West Wittering, West
Sussex.
Robina Gordon, Mrs. ADDISON. For services to
the community in Montrose, Angus.
Daphne Jean, Mrs. AGNEW, Admissions Manager,
Housing Department, Birmingham City Council.
For services to Local Government.
Farhad AHMED, Divisional Officer, Metropolitan
Special Constabulary. For services to the Police.
Philip John AINDOW, T.D., Higher Executive
Officer, Department of Social Security.
Russell AINSLEY, Executive Officer, H.M. Board
of Customs and Excise.
Shireen, Mrs. AKBAR, Head of Adult and
Community Education, Victoria and Albert
Museum.
Miss Diana Marie, ALDERSON. For services to
the community in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire.
Dylis, Mrs. ALLEN, Youth Worker, Talaton, Devon.
For services to Young People.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Evlyn Mae Thomson, Mrs. ALLSOP, Lately
Headteacher, Kennoway Primary and Community
School, Fife. For services to Education.
Harry Rodney ALPIN, Group Medical Adviser,
Yorkshire Electricity Group pic. For services to
Occupational Health.
Gordon Herbert AMBLER. For services to the
community in Woodhouse Eaves, Leicestershire.
Ilona Anne, Mrs. ANDERSON. For services to the
Duchess of Kent Residential Home, Guernsey.
Rita Roberta, Mrs. ANGRISANI, lately Personal
Secretary, H.M. Board of Inland Revenue.
Derek Ivison ARMITAGE, lately Quality Manager,
Ultra Electronics Ltd. For services to the Aerospace
and Defence Industries.
Captain Alexander Davidson AULD, Trustee,
Peterhead Harbour Board. For services to the
Fishing Industry.
Benjamin BAGSHAWE. For services to the Bureau
of Analysed Samples Ltd.
Francis John BAILLIE. For humanitarian services
in the former Yugoslavia.
John BAINBRIDGE. For services to the Territorial,
Auxiliary and Volunteer Reserve Association in
the North of England.
Betty, Mrs. BAINES. For services to the community
in Carnforth, Lancashire.
Ernest Edwin BAINES. For services to the Bognor
Regis War Memorial Hospital, West Sussex.
Miss Margaret Emily BAKER. For services to the
British Red Cross Society.
Richard BALHARRY, Promotions Officer, Scottish
Natural Heritage. For services to Nature
Conservation.
Sheila, Mrs. BANHAM, lately Senior Executive
Officer, Intervention Board Executive Agency.
Elizabeth Jane, Mrs. BARRANCE. For services to
the community in Moggerhanger Bedfordshire.
Joan, Mrs. BARRATT, Executive Officer, Insolvency
Service, Department of Trade and Industry.
Michael John BARRATT. For services to Disabled
People in East Sussex.
Dorothy, Mrs. BARTET, School Nurse, Langside
School, Dorset. For services to Young People.
Maximilian GORT-BARTEN, Chairman, DUALIT.
For services to the Catering Industry.
Michael James BAYLISS, lately Highways Inspector,
Hereford City Council. For services to Highway
Maintenance.
David Leslie BEACOCK,. Chief Clerk of Works, G.
Maunsell and Partners. For services to Civil
Engineering.
Margaret Mary Ann, Mrs. BEALES, Support Grade
1, H.M. Treasury.
Malcolm BEAUMONT, Higher Executive Officer,
Department of Social Security.
Myrtle Doreen, Mrs. BECK. For services to the
National Association for the Relief of Paget's
Disease.
Hardip Singh BEDI, Senior Executive Officer,
Department of Health.
Douglas McGibney BELL, lately Craftsman, Scottish
Power pic. For services to the Electricity Industry.
Judith Margaret, Mrs. BELL, Honorary Fellow,
University of Sheffield. For services to Education
Research.
Philip John Reginald BELL, General Medical
Practitioner, Leicester. For services to Medicine.
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Ronald Leslie BELL, Chief Cashier, Power Systems
Plant, Lucas Industries. For services to the Defence
Industry.
George BENNETT. For services to the Rehabilitation
of Offenders.
Edith, Mrs. BENTLEY. For services to Elderly
People in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
Jack BERRY. For charitable services and for services
to Horseracing.
Bryan BIGGS, Director, Bluecoat Arts Centre,
Liverpool. For services to the Arts in Liverpool.
Margaret Lily, Mrs. BINGHAM. For services to the
community in Pilsley, Derbyshire.
Peter John BISSON, Coxswain, St Peter Port
Lifeboat, RNLI. For services to Safety at Sea.
Gordon Forman BLACKIE, Retained Station
Officer, Lothian and Borders Fire Brigade. For
services to the Fire Service.
Kate, Mrs. BLACKMAN. For services to the Care
and Resettlement of Offenders in Hampshire.
Raymond George BLACKMAN,
Sales and
Marketing Manager, GQ Parachutes Ltd. For
services to the Parachute Industry.
Alan Herbert Vawser BLOOM. For services to
Horticulture.
Dorothy, Mrs. BOGGIS. For services to the
community in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
Ernest William BOLTON. For services to the
community in Flintshire.
Jennifer Margaret, Mrs. BONE, Pro Vice-Chancellor,
University of the West of England, Bristol. For
services to Higher Education.
William John BOSTON For services to the
community in Wigan, Greater Manchester.
William BOTTOMLEY. For services to Training in
Staffordshire.
Miss Betty Westwood Linnell BOUGHTON. For
political and public service.
Amethyst Vivienne, Mrs.
BOWRIN,
lately
Administrative Officer, Department of Health.
Jane Inman, Mrs. BOYD, Custodian, Moffat
Museum. For services to the community in Moffat,
Dumfriesshire.
George Kenneth BOYDEN. For services to the St.
John Ambulance Brigade and to the community
in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.
Richard John BRADDON. For services to the St.
John Ambulance Brigade.
John Michael BRENNAN. For services to Link
Radio and to Elderly People in Essex.
Miss Anne Valerie BRETHERICK. For political
service.
Dorothy Freda, Mrs. BROADERWICK. For services
to the Magistracy in Warley, West Midlands.
Brian William BROADHEAD, lately Managing
Director, Coal Contractors Ltd. For services to
the Coal Industry.
Arthur BROMLEY. For services to Angling for
People with Disabilities.
Claude Basil BROOKS, Chairman, Angilla
Improvement Association, West Indian Standing
Committee,
Slough.
African/Caribbean
Co-ordinating Committee. For services to
Community Relations.
Duncan BROWN. For services to the Boys' Brigade
in Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire.
George Joseph BROWN, lately Area Manager, Hales
Waste Control Ltd. For services to Waste
Management.
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Isabel, Mrs. BROWN. For services to the Oxfordshire
Association for the Blind.
Miss Margaret Ann BROWN. For services to the
Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge.
Norah Sophia, Mrs. BROWN. For services to
Tourism.
Paul Glyn BROWNING, Special Constabulary
Commandant and Scenes of Crime Officer, Kent
County Constabulary. For services to the Police.
Miss Amy Louise BROWSE. For services to the
community in Willand, Devon.
Nancy C, Mrs. BRUCE, Assistant Headteacher,
Kelso High School, Roxburghshire. For services
to Education.
Richard Frank BRUNDLE. For political service.
Angus Findlay BRYMER, Traincrew Leader,
Hereford, Transrail Ltd, British Railways. For
services to the Railway Industry.
Derek James BUDD, Director, Mental Health
Services, Eastbourne and County Healthcare Trust,
East Sussex. For services to Health Care.
Elsa Violet, Mrs. BULMER. For services to the
community in Petersfield, Hampshire.
Anthony BURGESS, Prison Officer, H.M. Prison
Ford.
Miss Lyndall BURNHAM, Sub Divisional
Telephonist, Leicestershire Constabulary. For
services to the Police.
Ralph Bernard BURQUEST, Force Statistical Officer,
Merseyside Police. For services to the Police.
James Sydney BURROWS. For services to the
community in Islington, London.
Miss Kate Florence BURTON. For services to the
community in Croydon, Surrey.
Priscilla Margaret, Lady BURTON. For services to
SCOPE and to the community in Ipswich, Suffolk.
Vera Rimmelion, Mrs. BUSH. For services to the
community in Devizes, Wiltshire.
Ann, Mrs. BUTLER, Chairman, Dersingham
Phobbies Club. For services to Disabled People in
Norfolk.
Nigel Christopher BUTLER, Operations Director,
Spectra-Tek UK Ltd. For services to the Computer
and Energy Industries.
Richard Keith BUTLER, Director, Dalmellington
and District Conservation Trust. For services to
Conservation.
Nora Elizabeth, Mrs. BYNG. For services to the
community in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.
Miss Margery Edith CADMAN. For services to the
Royal British Legion in Wickham Market, Suffolk.
Helen, Mrs. CAMERON. For services to the Multiple
Sclerosis Society in the Borders.
John CAMPBELL. For services to the Police.
Murdina,
Mrs.
CAMPBELL,
Chairwoman,
Lochbroom Community Council. For services to
the community in Ullapool and Lochbroom,
Ross-shire.
David CAPEL, lately Manager, Repair Engineering,
Product Support, Rolls Royce Commercial
Aeroengines Ltd. For services to Engineering.
Nora, Mrs. CARLISLE. For services to Road Safety.
Donald Boys CARMAN, Member, Ditton Parish
Council, Aylesford, Kent. For services to Local
Government.
Gladys Evelyn, Mrs. CARMICHAEL. For services
to the community in Holywell, Flintshire.
Frank CARNALL. For services to the Cardiothoracic
Centre, Liverpool.
Kathleen M, Mrs. CARRIGAN. For political service.
Trevor
Maurice
CARTWRIGHT,
Personnel
Manager, Systems Group, Vosper Thornycroft
(UK) Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry.
Miss Helen Margaret CATTANACH. For services
to the Royal Air Forces Association in Scotland.
Prashun Kumar CHAKRAVERTY, Senior Executive
Officer, H.M. Board of Customs and Excise.
Anne Elizabeth, Mrs. CHARLES, Warden, Gorran
Haven Sheltered Housing Unit, Restormel Borough
Council. For services to Elderly People.
Robert Arthur CHENERY, Head, Borough Liaison
and Development, London Tourist Board. For
services to Tourism in London.
Alan Arthur CHESTERS. For services to the Barr
Hill Lads Club and to Association Football in
Salford, Greater Manchester.
Alan William CHILVERS. For charitable services
and services to the community in Outwood, Surrey.
Anthony Hugh CHIVERS. For charitable services
to the Dental Profession.
Neville John CHURCHER. For services to
Architecture.
Michael David CLACK, Principal Lecturer, School
of Music, Colchester Institute, Essex. For services
to Music Education.
Ronald Wilfred CLARGO, Managing Director,
Alfred Maltby Bookbinders. For services to
Bookbinding.
Miss Gillian Margaret CLARK. For services to
Badminton.
Michael John CLARKE, Senior Executive Officer,
Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Geoffrey Malcolm CLARKSON. For services to
Angling.
John Bruce CLAYTON. For services to the Cheshire
County Libraries.
Bernard Cecil CLEWES, President, West Kent
Battalion, Boys' Brigade. For services to Young
People.
John Ernest CLIFTON. For services to Athletics.
Miss Alice May CLOUGH. Administrative Officer,
Department of Social Security.
John Henry CLUTTERBUCK. For services to St
Michael's School, Barnstaple, Devon.
John Grant COBB. For services to the community,
particularly Disabled People, in the West Midlands.
Norman Isaac COHEN. For services to the Jewish
community in Cardiff.
Gladys Nellie, Mrs. COLEY. For services to the
Sunshine Club, Cradley Heath, West Midlands.
Nancie, Mrs. COLLING. For services to Women's
Bowls.
Philip Howard COLLINS, Engineering Director,
Smiths Industries pic. For services to Engineering.
William John Frank COLLINS. For services to the
Not Forgotten Association.
Miss Daphne Margaret CONNELLY, lately
Economic Adviser, British Printing Industries
Federation. For services to the Printing Industry.
Stanley James Alan COOK, Higher Executive Officer,
Ministry of Defence.
Keith William CORNFORD. For services to the
community, particularly Scouting, in the West
Midlands.
Pauline Mary, Mrs. CORNWALL. For services to
the community in Sundon, Bedfordshire.
William Alfred CORTEN For services to the
Mobility of Disabled People in Derbyshire.
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Cynthia Mary Margaret, Mrs. COURTNEY. For
charitable services in Newport, Gwent.
Michael John COWAN, Principal Prison Officer,
H.M. Young Offenders' Institution Feltham.
Gilbert Kirkwood COX, D.L. For services to the
community in Airdrie, Strathclyde.
Gwendoline Mary, Mrs. COX. For services to the
Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Colin Joseph CRAIG. For services to the community.
Gladys Doreen, Mrs. CRAWFORD. For services to
Education.
Jean Barbara Violet, Mrs. CREAM, lately
Administrative Officer, Department of Transport.
John Charles Edward CRIPPS, Emergencies
Warehouse Manager, OXFAM. For humanitarian
services in Rwanda.
Miss Marie R. CROSS. For services to Bell Ringing
and to the community in Oxfordshire.
Roger Edward CROSS, Technical Consultant, BAe
Defence. For services to the Defence Industry.
James Henry CROWE, Director, Railway Community
Network, British Railways Board. For services to
the Railway Industry.
Joseph GUMMING, lately Member, West Lothian
District Council. For services to Local Government
in Scotland.
Ian Ralph CUNNINGHAM, lately Senior Executive
Officer, H.M. Treasury.
Sheila Ada, Mrs. CUTAJAR, Occupational Health
Manager, Allied Steel and Wire Ltd. For services
to Health and Safety in the Steel Industry.
Sandra, Mrs. DALE, PB8, Department for Education
and Employment.
Bhagabat Charan DAS, President, Indian Senior
Citizens' Centre, Manchester. For services to the
community.
Patricia Ellen, Mrs. DAVEY, Local Officer 2,
Department of Social Security.
Alexander Hugh Ririe DAVIDSON, Pipe Major and
Chief Piping Instructor, Central Regional Council.
For services to Music.
William DAVIDSON. For services to the community
in Burghead, Morayshire.
Miss Irene Mina DAVIES, President, South
Caernarfonshire Ladies' Guild, RNLI. For services
to the RNLI.
Terence DAVIES. For services to Young People in
Caerphilly, South Wales.
Wendy Mary, Mrs. DAVIS, Matron and Manager,
. Maesteg Community Hospital, Bridgend. For
services to Health Care.
Alfred Edward Alan DAY, D.L., Voluntary Observer,
Meteorological Office, Kent.
The Reverend Gaulter Rose Holland Isaac
Moraes-Lobo de MELLO. For services to the
Community of Reconciliation and Fellowship,
Hackney, London.
Rose Lilian, Mrs. DEAN. For services to Deaf
People in Bexley, Kent.
Robert Alan DEEMING. For charitable services in
Tyne and Wear.
Miss Alison DEERING. For services to the
community in Haversham, Buckinghamshire.
Jennifer, Mrs. DENNIS, Headteacher, Garboldisham
Primary School, Norfolk. For services to
Education.
Miss Rosemary DEVINE. Higher Executive Officer,
House of Lords.
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Lawrence DEWAR, Chief Executive, Scottish
Grocers' Federation. For services to the Grocery
Trade.
Gurdip Singh DHILLON, Member and former
Mayor, London Borough of Greenwich. For
services to Local Government.
Eric Stanley DIXON. For services to the community
in Kirklees, West Yorkshire.
Gordon Bowes DIXON, Governor 4, H.M. Prison
Winchester.
Margaret, Mrs. DIXON. For services to the British
Red Cross Society in Greater Manchester.
Rita Agnes, Mrs. DIXON. For services to the
Lincolnshire Agricultural Society.
Norman DODSON. For services to the community
in Grantham, Lincolnshire.
Valerie Lyn, Mrs. DOODSON, Higher Scientific
Officer, Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory. For
services to Science.
Esther, Mrs. DOWLING. For public service.
Miss Hilary Brenda DRURY. For public service.
Angela, Mrs. DUNBAR, Non-executive Director,
North Ayrshire and Arran NHS Trust. For services
to Health Care.
David McGechie DUNCAN, lately General Medical
Practitioner, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.
For services to Medicine.
Olwyn, Mrs. DUNCAN. For political service.
Edna Florence, Mrs. DUNN, Support Manager 2,
H.M. Treasury.
Jack John DUNN. For services to the Church Lads
and Church Girls Brigade in Bootle, Merseyside.
Miss Maureen Jane DUPUCH. For services to the
Institute of Arable Crops Research.
John Kenneth Bloomfield DURRANT. For services
to the community in Newton St. Cyres, Devon.
Audrey Patricia, Mrs. EARP. For services to Elderly
People in Bushey, Watford, Hertfordshire.
Kenneth John EDWARDS, Executive Officer, Welsh
Office.
Walter C. EDWARDS. For services to the community
in the Isle of Wight.
Carole Frances, Mrs. ELEY For services to the
Naval Personnel and Family Services, Portsmouth.
Arthur Henry Albert ELLIOTT. For services to the
Norfolk Zipper Club.
Norman ELLIOTT, lately Railway Chargeman,
Stowmarket Station, Anglia Railways, British
Railways. For services to the Railway Industry.
Phyllis Mary, Mrs. ELLIS. For services to Nature
Conservation in Norfolk.
Marjorie Emily, Mrs. ELPHICK, Chairwoman,
Eastbourne and Hailsham Police Court Mission.
For services to Prisoner Welfare.
Dennis John EMES. For services to the Royal Air
Forces Association in Europe and Christchurch,
Dorset.
Barry Edward EVANS, lately Chief Inspector, West
Midlands Police. For services to the Police.
David Gwili EVANS, Clerk, Llanddarog Community
Council. For services to Local Government in
Carmarthenshire,
leuan Cenydd EVANS. For services to Rugby Union
Football.
Marion Alma, Mrs. EVELEIGH. For services to
the community and to Local History in the Vale
of Glamorgan.
Keith Arthur FAKES. For services to the community,
particularly Scouting in Brighton, East Sussex.
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Eric FARR. For services to Sport in Grampian.
Derek James FAWCETT. For charitable services to
the community in Hampshire.
Harold FEARN, Shoe Repairer, Remploy. For
charitable services in Derbyshire.
David Stuart Ballingall FELLOWES, Voluntary
Observer Meteorological Office, Nottinghamshire.
Teresa Ann, Mrs. FELTON, Founder and
Administrator, Community Shop Trust, Leeds. For
services to the community.
Edward James FERRIS. For services to the British
Limbless Ex-Service Men's Association in
Buckinghamshire.
Jeanette, Sylvia, Mrs. FIORE. For services to the
Citizen's Advice Bureau. Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Peter FISHBOURNE. For services to the War
Pensions Committee, Borders and Lothian.
Miss Monica Chloe Ruth FISHER, Clinical Specialist
(Infant Feeding), John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
For services to Health Care.
Reginald Alan FLEGG, Member, London Borough
of Merton. For services to Local Government.
Margaret, Mrs. FLETT. For services to Guiding in
Orkney.
Alexander FLINDER. For services to the Advisory
Committee on Historic Wreck Sites.
Lilian Joyce, Mrs. FORD. For services to the
community in Torbay, Devon.
Audrey Mavis, Mrs. FORSTER, County President,
Lancashire North West Guides Association. For
services to Guiding.
Michael FORSYTH, lately Higher Executive Officer,
Department for Education and Employment.
Joyce, Mrs. FOWLES, Co-ordinator, Woking Victim
Support. For services to the community in Surrey.
George FRASER, Columnist, Aberdeen Press and
Journal. For services to Journalism.
Moses Monty FRESCO. For services to Photographic
Journalism.
Richard Clive FROST. For services to the King's
Royal Rifle Corps Association.
Miss Margaret Mary GALLAGHER. For services
to the Community.
Jennifer Ruth, Lady GALSWORTHY. For services
to Health Care and to the community in Cornwall.
Alan GARNER, Leading Ganger,
Forestry
Commission.
Pamela Rosemary, Mrs. GARRAD. For services to
Nature Conservation in Essex.
Irene Gaynor, Mrs. GARWOOD. For services to the
Citizen's Advice Bureau, Barry, South Glamorgan.
Pamela, Mrs. GELDER, Unit Manager, Park View
Elderly Person's Home, Lincoln. For services to
Elderly People.
Miss Margaret Isabel GIBB, Fire Control Officer,
Tayside Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire
Service.
John Joseph Leslie GILBERT. For services to Bell
Ringing in Handsworth, South Yorkshire.
Alan Thomas GILLING, Senior Executive Officer,
Ministry of Defence.
Linda Ann, Mrs. GITTINS. For services to Music
in Wales.
Hazel Margaret, Mrs. GLAISTER. For services to
the community in Southrepps, Norfolk.
Richard George Neil GODEFROY. For services to
Forestry in Wales.
Jean Ann, Mrs. GORDON, Administrative Officer,
Ministry of Defence.
Adam Giles GRANT, Farm Grieve. For services to
Agriculture in Aberdeenshire.
Thomas Brinley GRAVELL. For services to the
community in Cydweli and to the Patagonian
Welsh Society.
Irene, Mrs. GRAVEN, Senior Personal Secretary,
Department of Social Security.
Duncan MacMillan GRAY, Chairman, Wishaw
Victim Support Scheme. For services to Victim
Support in Lanarkshire.
Edwin GREEN. For services to the community in
Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.
Walter Ernest .GREEN. For services to the Salvation
Army and to the Community in Norwich, Norfolk.
Miss Susan GREIG. For services to the community
in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
Miss Rosalind GRENDER. For political service.
Frank Colin GRIBBLE. For services to Nature
Conservation.
Hilda May, Mrs. GRIFFIN, Gardener, Mompesson
House, Wiltshire. For services to the National
Trust.
John Brian GRIFFITHS, Conservation, Recreation
and Heritage Forester, Forestry Commission.
Gerald George GRIMMOND, General Manager,
Camberwell Rehabilitation Association Workshop.
For services to Mentally 111 People.
John GRIMSHAW, Director and Chief Engineer,
Sustrans Ltd. For services to Cycling, Sustainable
Transport and to the Environment.
Helen Mary, Mrs. GUILD. For services to Child
Care and to Community Development in Scotland.
Desmond Eric GUNNER. For services to Agriculture
and to Conservation.
Margaret, Mrs. HALES. For political service.
Sheila Buchanan, Mrs. HALLEY, Manager, Dixon
Community Halls Day Centre, Glasgow. For
services to Elderly People.
Miss Joyce Clayton HAMER, Deputy Headteacher,
Newtown High School, Powys. For services to
Education.
Miss Eldora Horton HAMLETT, Nursing Auxiliary,
Cheshire Community Healthcare Trust. For services
to Health Care.
Helen
Gordon,
Mrs.
HARDIE,
Auxiliary
Coastguard, H.M. Coastguard, Forth Maritime
Rescue Sub Centre. For services to Safety at Sea.
Raymond Bertram HARDING, Neighbourhood
Watch Area Co-ordinator, Essex Police. For services
to Crime Prevention.
Edna Mabel, Mrs. HARKNETT, lately Member,
Holderness Borough Council. For services to Local
Government.
Peter James Amis HARPER, Member, Airworthiness
Requirements Board and Chairman, Operations
Advisory Committee, Civil Aviation Authority. For
services to Aviation.
Miss Andrea HARRIS, lately Local Officer 2,
Department of Social Security.
John Eric HARRIS, Founder, Helene Harris
Memorial Trust. For services to Cancer Research.
Peter Joseph HARRIS, Executive Officer, Lord
Chancellor's Department.
Elizabeth Marie, Mrs. LUCAS HARRISON. For
services to the Royal Air Forces Escaping Society.
Francis John HARRISON, Headteacher, Loddon
Middle School, Norfolk. For services to Education.
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Martin HARTLEY, Resident Engineer/Manager,
Balfpur Beatty Projects and Engineering Ltd. For
services to Export.
Robert Ian HARVEY, Constable, Lancashire
Constabulary. For services to the Police.
Ann, Mrs. HATTON. For services to the community
in Norton Grange, Stockton on Tees, Cleveland.
Geoffrey HAVARD. For services to the Tanglewood
Social Club for People with Learning Disabilities,
Harrow, Middlesex.
Julie, Mrs. HAVARD. For services to the Tanglewood
Social Club for People with Learning Disabilities,
Harrow, Middlesex.
Captain George HAYES. For services to the Soldiers',
Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in
Leicestershire.
Roland HAYTHORNTHWAITE. For services to the
British Deaf Sports Council.
Michael Gordon HEATH, Project Co-ordinatpr, Bus
Privatisation, London Buses Ltd. For services to
Public Transport in London.
Robert John HELLEUR, Manager, Business
Support,
Design
and
Build,
British
Telecommunications pic. For scientific services to
the Telecommunications Industry.
David Allan HENDERSON. For services to
Industrial Health and Safety.
Keith HENDERSON. For political service.
Frances
Margaret,
Mrs. HERD, Refectory
Manageress, Elmwood College, Cupar, Fife. For
services to Education.
Richard HEYES, President, Central Lancashire
Dial-a-Ride. For services to the Mobility of
Disabled People.
Roy Jack HICKMAN, Director, Woodrow High
House, London Federation of Boys' Clubs. For
services to Young People.
Reginald HIGNETT. For services to the community
in Tyldesley, Manchester.
Judith, Mrs. HILLER. For services to the British
Diplomatic Spouses' Association.
Olga Joan, Mrs. HOBSON. For services to the
community in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
Mark Graham HOLDER, Radio Operator. For
humanitarian services in the former Yugoslavia.
John Albert HOLLAND, Secretary, National
Advisory Panel, Advanced Drivers' Association,
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. For
services to Road Safety.
Peter Michael HOLM AN, Q.P.M., Detective
Sergeant, Metropolitan Police. For services to the
Police.
Lorna Gillian, Mrs. HORNER. For services to the
community in Hargrave, Northamptonshire.
Miss Diana HOWARD,
Principal Librarian,
Reference and Information Services, London
Borough of Richmond upon Thames. For services
to Librarianship.
Group Captain Raymond Frederick
George
HOWARD, B.E.M. For services to the community
in Essex.
Ralph
George
HOWES,
Sub-Divisional
Commandant, Special Constabulary. For services
to the Police.
William James HOWIE. For services to the Dairy
Industry.
Charles William HUDSON. For services to the St.
John Ambulance Brigade in Sussex and to the
Bluebell Railway.
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James Patrick HUGHES, Welfare Officer, H.M.
Board of Inland Revenue.
Michael John HUGHES, Higher Executive Officer,
Overseas Development Administration.
Vera, Mrs. HUGHES. For services to the Magistracy
in Liverpool, Merseyside.
Anne, Mrs. HUMPHREY. For services to Elderly
People in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear.
Reginald Harold HUMPHREYS, Driver, Trainload
Freight, British Railways. For services to the
Railway Industry.
Doreen Stella, Mrs. HUMPHRIES. For political
and public service.
Doreen, Mrs. HUNT. For services to the Citizen's
Advice Bureau, Yardley, West Midlands.
William Hugh HUNTLEY. For services to the Rotary
Movement.
Hannah Vera, Mrs. HUTCHINSON. For charitable
services in the Isle of Wight.
Marie, Mrs. HYNES. For services to the community
in Macclesfield, Cheshire.
Pamela, Mrs. INGHAM, Manager, Cornerstone. For
services to the Buddie Road Estate, Benwell,
Newcastle upon Tyne.
Ellen Irene, Mrs. INWOOD. For services to the
Mobility of Disabled People in Northamptonshire.
James Glendower IRVING, Voluntary Observer,
Meteorological Office, Looe, Cornwall.
Susan, Mrs. IRVING, Fire Control Officer,
Lincolnshire Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire
Service.
Norman Gwyrosydd Perry JAMES. For services to
the St. John Ambulance Brigade.
Gladys, Mrs. JANES, Founder and Organiser,
Harrow Community Transport. For services to the
Mobility of Disabled People.
Anthony Lloyd JEFFERIS, Regional Estates
Surveyor, Anglian Region, the Environment
Agency. For services to the Water Industry.
Moussa JOGEE. For services to Race Relations in
Scotland.
David Reginald Careilw JOHN. For services to
Clwyd Deaf Children's Society.
Miss Emma Louise JOHNSON, Clarinettist. For
services to Music.
Jean Barbara, Mrs. JOHNSON. For services to the
WRVS and to the community in Worcester.
Miss Mary Louise JOHNSON, Higher Executive
Officer, Department of Trade and Industry.
William JOHNSON, Member, Bury Metropolitan
Borough Council. For services to Local
Government.
Dennis Owen JONES, Regional Collector, H.M.
Board of Inland Revenue.
Gareth JONES, Project Manager, (BAJ Banwell),
Meggitt Aerospace. For services to the Defence
Industry.
Gruffudd Hefin JONES, Leading Firefighter, North
Wales Fire Service. For services to the Fire Service.
Leonard Harry JONES. For services to the Royal
British Legion in Suffolk.
Keith JORDAN, Assistant Director Technical
Services, British Academy of Film and Television
Arts. For services to the Film and Television
Industries.
Subhash Kantilal JOSHI, Partner, Pannell Kerr
Forster and Chairman, Strathclyde Ethnic
Minorities Business Forum. For services to Business
and to Race Relations.
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Geoffrey Arthur KALEY, Managing Director,
Computer Cab Company Ltd and Chairman,
Licenced Taxi Drivers' Association. For services
to the Taxi Industry.
Reuben KANDLER. For services to the Far East
(Prisoner of War and Internees) Fund.
Arthur Keith KENDREW, Process and General
Supervisory Grade C, Ministry of Defence.
James KENNEDY, Field Director, War Child,
Mostar. For humanitarian services in the former
Yugoslavia.
Margaret Ann, Mrs. KENNEDY, Revenue Executive
Officer, H.M. Board of Inland Revenue.
Derek KENT, Sub Officer (Retained), Humberside
Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire Service.
Joanna, Mrs. KESSLER. For services to the
community in London.
Nigel John KING. For services to Deaf People.
Brian KNIGHT, Site Manager, Willingdon Trees
School, Eastbourne, East Sussex. For services to
Education.
Miss Sheila KNIGHT, Administrative Officer,
Ministry of Defence.
Miss Beryl Elaine KNOTTS. For services to
OXFAM.
John LACKENBY, Kielder Water Manager,
Northumbrian Water. For services to the Water
Industry.
John Robert LAMB, Principal Orthotist and
Manager, Tayside Orthotics Service. For services
to the NHS in Scotland.
Sandra Christine, Mrs. LANCASHIRE, Local
Officer 2, Department of Social Security.
David Bryan LAYCOCK, Director, Computer Centre
for People with Disabilities. For services to
Education and to Disabled People.
Sidney LAZARUS, lately Forensic Medical Examiner,
Metropolitan Police. For services to Forensic
Medicine.
Captain John Henry Le PAGE, Warden,
Communicare Centre, St Brelade, Jersey. For
services to the community.
Miss Sarah Imelda LEES, Revenue Executive, H.M.
Board of Inland Revenue.
Thomas LEGGATE. For services to the Citizen's
Advice Bureau in Bellshill, Scotland.
John LEIGH, lately Director (North), Commission
for New Towns. For services to New Towns.
Group Captain Brian John LEONARD. For services
to the War Pensions Committee, North West
England.
Peter LINFOOT, Inspector of Construction, Health
and Safety Executive. Department of the
Environment.
Brian LITTLE. For services to Ornithological
Research.
Peter James LITTLE, Senior Executive Officer,
Department for Education and Employment.
Margaret, Mrs. LOWTHER, MPB5, Department for
Education and Employment.
Neil James MACDONALD, General Medical
Practitioner, Aviemore, Inverness-shire. For services
to Medicine and to Mountain Rescue.
Gary Preston MACFARLANE, General Medical
Practitioner, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow. For services
to Medicine.
Lachlan
Robertson
MacLEOD,
Constable,
Strathclyde Police. For services to the Police and
for humanitarian services in Romania.
Jean, Mrs. MACHELL. For services to the Cleveland
Library Service and to the community in Cleveland.
Major Dorothy Jill MACHRAY, Retired Officer 2,
Ministry of Defence.
Beryl Patricia, Mrs. MACKAY. For services to the
League of Friends, Shenley Hospital, Hertfordshire.
Edna, Mrs. MACKRILL, Support Grade 2, Health
and Safety Executive, Department of the
Environment.
Miss Christina MACLEAN. For services to Cancer
Care in Scotland.
Evelyn Margaret, Mrs. MAGEE. For public service.
Margretta Rita, Mrs. MAGOWAN. For public
service.
Tony F. C. MAN. For services to the community
in Croydon, Surrey.
Myfanwy, Mrs. MARGETSON. For services to the
community, particularly Young People, in
Cwmavon, Port Talbot.
Kathleen, Mrs. MARNOCH. For services to the
WRVS and to the Community in Kincardine and
Deeside.
Eileen Esther, Mrs. MARSHALL. For services to
the community in North London.
Jessie, Mrs. MARSHALL. For services to Blind
People.
Jean Margaret Burrington, Mrs. MARWOOD. For
political and public service.
Brian Desmond MAWHINNEY For services to
Scouting.
Alan John MAYES, Support Grade 1, H.M. Board
of Customs and Excise.
Margaret Patricia, Mrs. McCAFFERTY, lately
Administrative Assistant, Department for National
Savings.
Frank McCAUSLAND. For services to the
community and to the Arts.
John Michael McDIARMID, Vice Chairman, Red
Deer Commission. For services to Agriculture.
Janet Isobel, Mrs. McDONAGH. For services to
the Hospice Movement and to the community.
James Gilbert McDOWELL. For services to Schools'
Association Football.
Thomas McFARLANE. For services to Higher
Education.
Annie, Mrs. McGRORY. For services to St Anne's
Primary School, Whitechapel, London.
James Edward Hugh McIVOR. For services to the
Police.
Pauline Taylor, Mrs. McKEOWN, Programme
Director, Marie Slopes International. For
humanitarian services in the former Yugoslavia.
John McLAUGHLIN, Managing Director, Skylight
International Ltd. For services to Industry and to
the community in Renfrewshire.
James McMILLAN, lately Member, Argyll and Bute
District Council. For services to Local Government
in Scotland.
Rita, Mrs. McMULLAN, lately Administrative
Officer, Home Office.
Anne, Mrs. McNELLAN, Managing Director,
Scottish Childminding Association. For services to
Childminding.
Colin Steele McRAE. For services to Motor Rallying.
James Fleming McRITCHIE. For charitable services
to the Save the Children Fund and to the Scottish
Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Miss Marie McVEIGH. For public service.
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Margaret, Mrs. McVITY, Senior Lecturer and Equal
Opportunities Officer (Disability), Huddersfield
Technical College. For services to Further
Education and to Disabled People.
Jeffrey MEETEN, Account Investigation Adviser,
Customer Service South Eastern Electricity pic.
For services to the Electricity Industry.
Robert Speirs MENZIES, Workshop Manager,
Beltane Products. For services to Disabled People
in Lanarkshire.
Patricia Winifred, Mrs. MIDGLEY. For services to
the North End Trust, King's Lynn, Norfolk.
Andrew MILLAR. For services to Talking
Newspapers and to the National Federation of
the Blind of the UK.
Charles MILLER. For public service.
Charles Antony MILLER, T.D. For services to the
British Red Cross Society and to the community
in Knutsford, Cheshire.
David James MILLER, Sector Officer, Coastguard
Agency, South Pembrokeshire Sector, Department
of Transport.
Robert Singleton MILLER, lately Leather Worker,
Andrew Muirhead and Sons Ltd. For services to
the Leather Industry.
Maria Antonina, Mrs. MILOSZEWSKA, lately
Higher Executive Officer, Department
for
Education and Employment.
Melvyn Barry MINSHULL, Principal Engineer,
GEC Marconi. For services to the Defence
Industry.
Charles Robin Wingate MITCHELL, lately Health
and Safety Officer, Environmental Affairs, British
Aggregate Construction Materials Industries. For
services to the Construction Industry.
Hubert Charles Weston MITCHELL. For services
to the British Limbless Ex-Service Men's
Association in Bristol, Avon.
James MITCHELL, lately Coxswain, Kirkwall
Lifeboat, RNLI. For services to Safety at Sea.
William Reginald MITCHELL. For services to
Journalism and to the community in Yorkshire
and Cumbria.
Philip John MOBSBY, Director, British Meat
Manufactures' Association. For services to the
Meat Industry.
Jacqueline Lucette, Mrs. MONBIOT, Driver,
Government Car Service, Department of the
Environment.
Hope Mary, Mrs. MONKS, School Crossing Patrol,
Walthamstow, London. For services to Road Safety.
Maureen, Mrs MONTGOMERY. For services to the
Chartered Surveying Profession.
Christopher John MOON. For services to the Halo
Trust.
Eunice Dorothy, Mrs. MOORE. For services to
Young People in Mold, Flintshire.
Paul
MOORE,
Constable,
Nottinghamshire
Constabulary. For services to the Police and to
the Community.
David John Elwyn MORGAN. For services to the
community in South East Wales.
James Kingsley MORRISON. For services to the
community in Broughty Ferry, Dundee.
Mary Bewick, Mrs. MOSSOP. For services to the
community in Chester-le-Street, Co Durham.
Allan
MOUNSEY,
Clerical
Officer,
Site
Construction, British Nuclear Fuels pic. For
services to the Nuclear Industry.
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Gordon Alexander MURISON, lately Senior
Executive Officer, Department for National Savings.
Peter Henry Ranee MUNDAY, B.E.M., Higher
Instructional Officer, Army School of Ammunition,
Ministry of Defence.
James MURDOCK. For services to the Police.
Robert Joseph MURRAY, Prison Officer, H.M.
Young Offenders' Institution Polmont.
Alexander Donald NELSON, lately Vice Chairman,
Wigtown District Council. For services to Local
Government.
Raymond NETHERCOTT. For services to the
Rehabilitation of Offenders.
Muriel, Mrs. NEWMAN. For services to the
community, particularly Elderly People, in
Nettleham, Lincolnshire.
Ronald Archer NEWTON. For services to the
Soldiers' Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association
in Co Durham.
Bunty, Mrs. NICOLL. For services to the community
in Angus.
David Jeune NICOLLE. For political service.
James Craig NICOLSON, Inspector, Custody
Services. Security Facilities Executive, Office of
Public Service.
Cyril George NOKE. For services to the community
in Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
Roger NORMAN. For services to the community
and to Journalism in South East England.
Charles Arthur NORTH, lately Rail Operator, North
Dulwich Station, Network South Central, British
Railways. For services to the Railway Industry.
Marilyn, Mrs. NOYES, Personal Secretary, Ministry
of Defence.
Patrick O'CONNELL. For services to the Royal
Life Saving Society.
Father Francis Aloysias O'LEARY, Director, St.
Joseph's Hospice Association-Jospice International.
For services to the Hospice Movement.
Barbara Joyce, Mrs. O'SHEA, School Crossing
Patrol, Wincham, Cheshire County Council. For
services to Road Safety.
Dennis William OGBORN. For services to the
community.
Joseph Henderson OLIVER. For services to the
Royal Air Forces Association in Melton Mowbray,
Leicestershire.
Catherine Joan, Mrs. OLLIS. For services to the
WRVS in Ross on Wye, Herefordshire.
Gordon Kaye OLLIVERE, Director and Chief
Executive, Regional Technology Centre North. For
services to Business in North East England.
Norris Wallington OSBORNE. For services to the
Berkshire Probation Service.
Robert OVEREND. For services to Agriculture.
Tommy Wyn OWEN, Support Grade 2, Welsh Office.
George William PAGE, lately Car Park Attendant,
Norfolk and Norwich Healthcare Trust. For
services to Health Care.
Stephen Jeffrey PAILES, Constable, Warwickshire
Constabulary. For services to the Police and to
the Community.
John Millar PALMER. For services to the Police.
Bryant John PARKER, Lock Keeper, Stoke Lock,
Stoke Bardolph, Nottinghamshire. For services to
British Waterways.
Squadron Leader John Joseph PARKER, RAF (Rtd),
lately Retired Officer 2, Ministry of Defence.
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Ann, Mrs. PARKIN, Carer, Home Finding Scheme,
Sheffield, South Yorkshire. For services to Disabled
People.
Horace Henzell PARKYN, Chairman, Brownsea
Island Voluntary Wardens Committee. For services
to the National Trust.
John Stephen PARROTT. For charitable services in
Mersey side.
Edward Henry PARRY, Chief Superintendent,
Northamptonshire Police. For services to the Police.
Anthony Fred Lewis PARSONS. For services to
National Federation of Retail Newsagents.
Josephine Kathleen, Mrs. PATMORE. For services
to the Royal College of Defence Studies.
Devora Yaffa, Mrs. PEAKE, President, Boxford
Suffolk Farms. For services to the Fruit and Fruit
Juice Industries.
Ronald Stanley Springfield PEARSON, lately
Chairman,
Stockbury . Parish
Council,
Sittingbourne,
Kent.
For
services
Local
Government.
Matthew Elliot PEAT. For services to the Boys'
Brigade in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.
Charles Edward Joseph PEREA, Executive Officer,
Ministry of Defence.
Maurice Reginald PERRATT. For services to the
Submarine Old Comrades Association.
John Trevor PERRY, Member, Board of Visitors,
H.M. Prison Featherstone. For services to Prisoner
Welfare.
Mary Patricia, Mrs. PETERSON, Key Keeper,
Muness Castle. For services to Conservation in
Shetland.
Patricia, Mrs. PHILLIPS. For services to the British
Academy.
Ronald Frederick PHILLIPS. For services to the
Reading Cygnets Swimming Club, Berkshire.
Joan Elizabeth, Mrs. PIERCE. For services to the
WRVS and to the community in Wokingham,
Berkshire.
Graham Arthur Richard PIPER, Typist, Department
of Trade and Industry.
Arthur Donald POLLARD. For political and public
service.
William Edward POLLITT. For services to the
Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's
Families
Association in Greater Manchester.
Thomas Duncan POLLOCK. For services to the
community.
John Richard POOL. For charitable services in
Bristol, Avon.
Irene Maud, Mrs. POTTINGER. For services to
the community in Muswell Hill, London.
Anne Grigor, Mrs. POWELL. For services to the
Save the Children Fund in Leicester.
Edith, Mrs. POWELL. For political and public
service.
Thomas Ernest Eric PRATT. For services to Cricket
in Wales.
John PRESTAGE, Chairman, Executive Council,
Institute of Plumbing. For services to Plumbing.
William Georges PRICE, Senior Head Gardener,
Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Margaret Laura, Mrs. PULLEN. For political service.
Rennie William PURVIS, Senior Executive Officer.
Department of Social Security.
Catherine, Mrs. QUINE, Chair, National Federation
of Estate Management Boards. For services to
Urban Regeneration.
Constance Kewin, Mrs. RADCLIFFE. For services
to the Cultural and Literary Heritage of the Isle
of Man.
Marjorie Mary, Mrs. RAINS, lately Personal
Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry.
Miss Susan Patricia Elizabeth RAMSAY, Executive
Officer, H.M. Board of Customs and Excise.
Edward RAMSDEN, lately Director, Environmental
Health Services, Swansea City Council. For services
to Local Government in Wales.
Diljit RANA. For services to Industry and to the
community.
Miss Margaret Ann RANDALL, Secretary, National
Gallery Publications Ltd. For services to the
National Gallery.
Montague RAPHAEL, Doctor, Remploy and
formerly Sunelm. For services to Disabled People.
Patricia Elizabeth, Mrs. RATE. For services to the
Royal Naval Association in Peterborough,
Cambridgeshire.
Linda, Mrs. READING, PBS, Department for
Education and Employment.
Nancy, Mrs. REAY, Private Secretary, British Coal
Corporation. For services to the Coal Industry.
Archibald John Christopher REGER, lately Member,
Chichester Harbour Conservancy. For services to
the Environment.
Miss Katherine Chelsea RENTON, Programme
Development Adviser, Marie Slopes International.
For humanitarian services in the former Yugoslavia.
Edwin Arnold RICHARDS, Chief Engineer, AS90,
VSEL. For services to the Defence Industry.
Marianne Joan, Mrs. RICHARDS, Chief Executive,
Port Talbot Co-operative Development Agency.
For services to Small Businesses in Port Talbot.
Ian RICHARDSON. For services to the community
in Laggan, Inverness-shire.
Anne Elizabeth, Mrs. RIDING. For services to the
Royal Air Forces Association in London.
Marilyn, Mrs. RIVERS, Head, Grendon Church of
England Primary School, Northamptonshire. For
services to Education.
Miss Gwyneth Parul ROBERTS. For services to the
community in North Wales.
Jean, Mrs. ROBERTS, Prison Visitor, H.M. Young
Offenders' Institution Feltham. For services to
Prison Welfare.
John Ian ROBERTS, Temporary Sub Officer, London
Fire and Civil Defence Authority. For services to
the Fire Service.
William John ROBERTS. For services to the Anglesey
Cancer Support Group.
Miss Florence Jean ROBERTSON, lately Assistant
Secretary, Faculty of Public Health Medicine. For
services to Public Health.
Robert ROBERTSON, Support Grade 2, Scottish
Office.
Olive Marjorie, Mrs. ROBINSON. For political
service.
John William ROBSON, Chief Executive, Shildon
and Sedgefield District Development Agency. For
services to Business and to the community in
Sedgefield District, County Durham.
Jonathan ROBSON. For political service.
Sheila Betty, Mrs. ROGERS. For services to the
Multiple
Sclerosis
Society
in Mansfield,
Nottinghamshire.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Terence George ROLF. For services to the Territorial,
Auxiliary and Volunteer Reserve Association in
the South of England.
Elizabeth, Mrs. ROSS, Head Banqueting Waitress,
Swallow Hotel, Seaburn, Sunderland. For services
to Tourism.
Janet, Mrs. ROSS. For services to Bannockburn
Hospital, Stirling.
Leslie ROSS, Senior Presenter, BRMB, Birmingham.
For services to Radio Broadcasting.
Peter Owen Jeffrey ROWLANDS, Group Scout
Leader, Brecon. For services to Young People.
Rachel Annora, Mrs. ROWLANDS. For services to
Agriculture in Wales.
Vera Elsie, Mrs. GEDDES-RUFFLE. For political
service.
Pauline Albinia, Mrs. HAMILTON-RUSSELL. For
services to the Citizen's Advice Bureau, Covent
Garden, London.
Robert Charles (Jack) RUSSELL. For services to
Cricket.
Wing Commander Robert Noel James SAKER,
R.A.F. (Rtd). For services to the Ministry of
Defence.
David Alfred SAUNDERS, Museum Support Grade
1, National Army Museum.
Robert SCOTT, Global Consultant, Engineering,
British Petroleum Company Ltd. For services to
the Oil Industry.
Victor SELWYN. For services to The Salamander
Oasis Trust.
James Beggs SEMPLE. For services to the Prison
Service.
Patricia Alice, Mrs. SHARDLOW. For services to
the community in Cheddington, Bedfordshire.
Michael Thomas SHARMAN, lately Head of
Consultancy,
Department
of
Planning,
Transportation
and
Economic
Strategy,
Warwickshire County Council. For services to
Highway Maintenance.
Duncan Frederic SHAW, Member, Council for
English Nature and Member, Joint Nature
Conservation Committee. For services to Nature
Conservation.
Joan, Mrs. SHAW, Shop Manageress, Royal Society
for the Protection of Birds. For services to the
RSPB in Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire.
Caroline Margaret, Mrs. SHEARER. For services
to the Employment Service in Ashington,
Northumberland.
Iftikhar Hassan SHEIKH, Member Croydon Race
Equality Council. For services to Race Relations
in Surrey.
Ann Mary, Mrs. SHERWOOD, Manager, Portage
Service, Wandsworth Local Education Authority.
For services to Education.
Christine Ann, Mrs. SHEWRY, Administrative
Officer, Ministry of Defence.
John SHORT, Clinical Nurse Specialist, North
Durham Acute Hospitals Trust. For services to
Health Care.
Dorothy, Mrs. SIDAWAY, lately Sub Divisional
Officer, South Yorkshire Police. For services to the
Police.
Miss Kathleen SIDEBOTTOM. For services to the
Thornton
Cleveleys Old People's Welfare
Association, Lancashire.
Francis William SIMPSON. For services to Nature
Conservation in Suffolk.
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Joan, Mrs. SIMPSON. For services to the community
in Upton St. Leonards, Gloucestershire.
Thomas SIMPSON. For services to the British
Talking Book Service for the Blind.
Audrey Maud, Mrs. SINCLAIR, lately Senior
Personal Secretary, Ministry of Defence.
Susan, Mrs. SINGERMAN. For services to the
Understanding of the Holocaust.
Geoffrey SMART, Co-founder, Heart Link. For
services to Parents of Children with Heart Disease.
Anthony Glen SMITH, lately Aid Logistician. For
humanitarian services in the former Yugoslavia.
Elizabeth, Mrs. SMITH. For services to Murroes
Primary School, Duntrune, Dundee.
Eric Hedley SMITH, Chairman, Filton Parish
Council and Life President, Filton Town Twinning
Association. For services to Local Government
and to Town Twinning.
Geoffrey Donald SMITH, lately Pattern Maker and
Joiner. For services to the Museum of Science
and Industry, Manchester.
Miss Olive HEDLEY-SMITH. For services to the
Carers National Association and to the community
in Torquay, Devon.
Patricia Ellen Anne, Mrs. SMITH. For services to
the Soldiers' Widows and Widowers and Single
Soldiers' Dependants Funds.
Percy Roger SMITH, Divisional Officer, Gwent
Special Constabulary. For services to the Police.
Philip Charles PENDRELL SMITH. For services
to Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Robina, Mrs. SMITH. For services to the community
in Arnside, Cumbria.
Sybil Mavis, Mrs. SNELLING. For services to the
NSPCC in the Isle of Wight.
Miss Muriel Ann SORBIE, lately Higher Executive
Officer, Scottish Office.
Neville SOUTHALL. For services to Association
Football.
Alec John SPALDING. For services to Scouting in
Glasgow.
Pearl Marie, Mrs. SPERRING, lately PBS,
Department for Education and Employment.
Miss Pamela Marian SPOFFORTH, Founder and
President, Pro Corda. For services to music for
young String players.
Roy Orland Charles SPRING. For services to
Salisbury Cathedral.
Peter Leslie STEER. For services to Ostomy Patient
Care.
Harry Michael STEERE, Sub Officer (Retained),
Cleveland Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire
Service.
William STEIN. For services to Swimming.
Silbourne Howard STEPHENSON. For services to
the community in Bedfordshire.
Miss Patricia Agnes STOREY, Senior Personal
Secretary, Department of Social Security.
Miss Tina Wendy STOWELL, lately Senior Personal
Secretary, Cabinet Office.
Jamnadas
Virji
SUDRA,
Sub-Postmaster,
Chislehurst, Kent. For services to the Post Office
and to the community.
Miss Peggy Kate SUFFIELD. For services to the
community in Wythall, Birmingham.
Edgar Robert SWINGER. For services to the London
Pensions Fund Authority.
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Helen Elizabeth, Mrs. SWORD, Trustee, Housing
Association for Officers' Families. For services to
Ex-Servicemen and Women.
Kenneth William SYYRET. For charitable services
in Jersey.
Muriel, Mrs. TABB. For services to Music in
St. Austell, Cornwall.
Jillian Valerie, Mrs. TALLON. For services to The
Compassionate Friends.
Michael TANNER, Manager, Metal Finishing Flight
Refuelling Ltd. For services to Materials
Technology.
Margaret Jane, Mrs. THOM, lately Home Care
Organiser, Social Work Department, Banff and
Buchan Division, Grampian Regional Council
Social Work Department. For services to the
Community.
John Rowland THOMAS. For services to the
community in North East Powys.
William THOMAS, Emergency Logistician. For
humanitarian services in the former Yugoslavia.
David Bernard THOMPSON, T.D. For services to
the community in Canterbury, Kent.
Ernest THOMPSON. For services to People with
Learning Disabilities and to Nursing.
Margery Jean, Mrs. THOMSON. For political and
public service.
Alan Woodburn THORNTON, Managing Director.
Thor Ceramics. For services to the Ceramics
Industry.
Charles THORNTON. For services to the Guild of
Technical Dyers and Dyework and to the Dyeing
Industry.
Margaret, Mrs. TIERNEY, Support Manager 3,
Ministry of Defence.
John Henry TIMMS, Technical Officer, Preston and
Mall Residents Association. For services to the
community in Middlesex.
Frances Alice, Mrs. TOLHURST, Youth Worker,
Rye Boys Club, East Sussex. For services to Young
People.
Alan TOOGOOD, Personnel Manager, Lucas
Automotive Ltd. For services to Engineering
Education and Training.
Samuel Robert TORRANCE. For services to Golf.
William John Alexander TOSH, Range Warden,
Ministry of Defence.
James TOUGH, Senior Caretaker, Angus College,
Arbroath. For services to Education.
Jack TRIPP, Actor. For services to Pantomime.
Albert Frederick TRUELOVE. For services to the
community in Trumpington, Cambridgeshire.
Myra Shortreed,
Mrs. TURNBULL,
lately
Chairman, Roxburgh District Council. For services
to the community and to Local Government.
Cyril Crosbie TURNER. For services to the
community in Ludford, Lincolnshire.
Miss Margery Kay TURVEY, lately Principal
Occupational
Health
Nursing
Adviser,
Occupational Health and Safety Agency, Office of
Public Service.
Patricia, Mrs. TYLER. For services to the John
Boag Probation and Bail Hostel, Norwich, Norfolk.
David Leslie TYRRELL, Senior Executive Officer,
Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
Colin URQUHART, Cemetery Superintendent and
Grounds Maintenance Supervisor, Argyll and Bute
District Council. For services to the Community.
Vivienne, Mrs. VERTEFEUILLE, Personal Assistant
and Translator, Ministry of Defence.
John Ernest VICKERY, lately Sergeant, Avon and
Somerset Constabulary. For services to the Police.
Alan VOUTT,
Quarry
Foreman,
Northern
Aggregates Ltd. For services to the Construction
Industry.
Anthony Alfred WALKER. For services to
Stonemasonry in Oxford.
Judith Mary, Mrs. WALKER. For services to Riding
for People with Disabilities.
Gloria Teresa, Mrs. WALLIS. For political and
public service.
John Kenneth WALLS. For services to Young People.
Robert Seddon WALMSLEY, Director, Chapeltown
and Harehills Enterprises Ltd. For services to
Urban Regeneration.
Joyce, Mrs. WALSBY, Financial Accounting
Manager, Ordnance Survey.
Mary Angela, Mrs. WARD, Artistic Director,
Chicken Shed Theatre Trust. For services to the
Arts.
Colin
Thomas
WARWICK,
Chairman,
Northumberland Sea Fisheries Committee. For
services to the Fishing Industry.
John WATERS. For services to the HMS Liverpool
Association.
David WATERSON, Leader, Salford Lads' Club,
Greater Manchester. For services to Young People.
Miss Susan Mary WATES. For services to Child
Care and to the community in London.
Paul WATSON, Director, Bristol Cyrenians. For
services to Homeless People.
Stewart WATSON, Brass Instructor and Brass Band
Conductor, Aberdeen. For services to Music.
Alan Stewart WATT. For services to the community.
Miss Beryl May Jago WEBB, Chairman, Ashingdon
Parish Council, Essex. For services to Road Safety
and to the community.
Colin David WEBB, lately Delivery Manager, Royal
Mail Anglia, Post Office. For services to the Post
Office and to the community in Chelmsford, Essex.
Michael Huyshe WEBBER, Executive Director,
Tinsley Bridge Ltd. For services to the Motor
Industry.
Philip WELSH, lately Chairman, West Whitelawburn
Housing Co-operative and Member, New Gorbals
Housing Association. For services to the Housing
Association Movement in Scotland.
Joy, Mrs. WEST. For services to the War Widows'
Association of Great Britain.
Terence John WESTON, lately Director of Finance.
Ceredigion District Council. For services to Local
Government in Wales.
Michael John WHITE, Firefighter, Devon Fire and
Rescue Service. For services to the Fire Service.
Morag Mary, Mrs. WHITE. For political and public
service.
Thomas Patrick WHITE. For services to the
Construction Industry.
Keith Robert WHITESIDES. For services to the
community in the East Midlands.
Norma, Mrs. WHITTAKER. For services to the
community in Oldham, Lancashire.
Jean Marion, Mrs. WHITTALL, Administrative
Officer, Ministry of Defence.
Mary, Mrs. WILKINS. For services to the community
in Highley, Shropshire.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Frank WILLCOCK, Constable, Greater Manchester
Police. For services to the Police and for charitable
services.
Keith Edward DARE-WILLIAMS,
Auxiliary
Coastguard
in Charge, H.M.
Coastguard,
Plymouth, Devon. For services to Safety at Sea.
Thomas John WILLIAMS, lately Chairman, Council
of Welsh Districts. For services to Local
Government in Wales.
George
Robert
Thomas
WILLIS,
D.F.C.,
Non-Executive Director, Business Link in Barnsley
and Doncaster. For services to Training.
Cecil Edward Austin WILLSON. For services to the
Fleet Air Arm.
Arthur John WILMOT, Senior Road Safety Officer,
Leicestershire County Council. For services to
Road Safety.
Miss Maureen Elizabeth WILSHER, Support Grade
1, Ministry of Defence.
Hugh D. WILSON. For services to Rural and
Agricultural Workers in Scotland.
Ronald WILSON. For services to the community in
Yorkshire.
John Wesley WILTON. For services to the community
in Harrowbarrow, Cornwall.
Geoffrey George WINKWORTH, Assistant Chief
Officer, Fire Service College. For services to the
Fire Service.
San WONG. For services to Industry and to the
community.
David John WOOD, Operations Standard Manager,
Midlands Zone, Railtrack. For services to the
Railway Industry.
Professor William Gordon WOOD. For services to
the Cricklade Music Festival, Wiltshire.
Ann, Mrs. WOODCOCK, Supervisor, Clepington
Playgroup, Dundee. For services to Race Relations
in Dundee.
Kathleen Mary, Mrs. WOODHEAD, lately Higher
Executive Officer, Department of Health.
Timothy Edward James WREN, Prison Officer, H.M.
Prison Featherstone.
Eileen Lily, Mrs. WRIGHT. For political and public
service.
Rosina, Mrs. WYBROW For services to Sir Thomas
Abney Primary School, Hackney, London.
Gloria, Mrs. YATES. For services to the community
in Ely, Cardiff.
Maureen, Mrs. YEOWELL, Adviser to BUPA and
National Mammography Trainer, BUPA Health
Screening Centre, London. For services to Health
Care.
Peter Michael YOUNG, lately Professional and
Technology,
Officer,
Transport
Research
Laboratory Executive Agency, Department of
Transport.
Rena Violet Douglas, Mrs. YOUNG, lately Senior
Personal Secretary, Scottish Office.
Irene, Mrs. YOUNGE. For services to Nursing.
DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST
C.B.E.
To be Ordinary Commanders of the Civil Division of
the said Most Excellent Order
John Frederick COPLIN. For services to British
interests in Indonesia.
John Wilfred Sword FLETCHER. For services to
British interests in Asia.
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Ellis Martin GOODMAN. For services to British
exports to the USA.
John Albert Sidney JACKSON, M.B.E., IP,
President of the Senate, Bermuda.
Professor (Mrs.) MA CHUNG Ho-kei, O.B.E., J.P.
For services to the development of medicine in
Hong Kong.
Ronald NEAME. For services to the British film
industry.
Philip
John
PRIESTLEY,
lately
H.M.
Consul-General, Geneva.
James Sp Yiu-Cho, O.B.E., J.P., Secretary for
Recreation and Culture, Hong Kong.
Mr. Justice WOO Kwok-hing. For services as
Chairman, Boundary and Election Commission,
Hong Kong.
O.B.E.
To be Ordinary Officers of the Civil Division of the
said Most Excellent Order:
Peter Gerard ALLAN. For services to British
commercial interests in France.
Robin Grenville BAYLIS, M.V.O., Resident Acting
High Commissioner, Antigua.
John William BEITH. For services to British
commercial interests in Brazil.
George Benedict Joseph Pascal BUSBY, lately First
Secretary, H.M. Embassy, Belgrade.
James Cavin Alexander McLaughlan CLEPHANE,
First Secretary, British High Commission Bandar
Seri Begawan.
David Stanley DAVIES. For voluntary services to
community welfare in Hong Kong.
Miss Beryl DELVE-SANDERS. For services to relief
work in Zaire.
Rodney Gordon FRANKS. For services to British
commercial interests in Malaysia.
Peter Alexander GARDINER. For services to British
commercial interests in the USA.
Graham Mitchell HARRIS. For services to British
commercial and financial interests in Japan.
Claus-Christian HENNING, Director, British
Council, Romania.
John Barry HODSON. For services to British exports
in the USA.
Professor Ralph LAINSON. For services to
parasitology in Brazil.
Billy LAM Chung-lun, J.P., Director, New Airport
Projects Co-ordination Office, Hong Kong.
Margaret Kelly, Mrs. LEIBOVICI. For services to
entertainment and charity.
John LEONG Chi-yan, J.P. For services to health
education and the community, Hong Kong.
The Honourable Eric LI Ka-cheung, J.P. For
distinguished public service, Hong Kong.
Anthony Donald LILLEY. For services to English
language teaching in Egypt.
Franklyn Vere MICHAEL, Permanent Secretary,
Chief Minister's Office, Montserrat.
Ernest George MONTADO. For distinguished public
service, Gibraltar.
Christopher Roger MOSS. For services to the Mass
Transit Railway Corporation and to community
welfare, Hong Kong.
Frederick PETT, L.V.O. First Secretary, British High
Commission, Islamabad.
Gordon Andrew PIRIE, First Secretary and DHM,
H.M. Embassy Rabat.
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Gerald PRESKEY For services to British commercial
interests in Russia.
Charles Edward Arthur RIPLEY, First Secretary,
H.M. Embassy, Tokyo.
George Albert SHEARING. For services to music
and Anglo-American relations.
The Honourable Gerald Dennis Edison SIMONS.
For services to public and environmental interests
in Bermuda.
The Reverend (Miss) Betty Margaret SLADER,
M.B.E. For welfare services to the cummunity in
Fiji.
Kevin Gerald SPEARS. For services to British
Council work in India and South Asia.
Miss Catherine Anne STEPHENS, lately Deputy
Director, British Council, Indonesia.
John TAKIELD. For services to British commercial
interests in Switzerland.
John TELFORD, IP. For public service, Hong Kong.
Hubert WARD, Headmaster, English College, Prague.
Donald McFarlane WATSON, Q.P.M., C.P.M.,
Commissioner, Customs and Excise, Hong Kong.
Charles Hugo WHEATLEY For services to
education, British Virgin Islands.
Miss Margaret Rose WILLOCK. For services to
broadcasting, Montserrat.
Simon Jules WILSON, First Secretary, H.M.
Embassy, Zagreb.
Louis Kar-chit WONG. For services to trade and
exports, Hong Kong.
Peter Joseph WOODS. For services to British
commercial interests in Japan.
Michael YORK. For services to acting and to charity.
M.B.E.
To be Ordinary Members of the Civil Division of the
said Most Excellent Order:
Peggy Enid Margaret, Mrs. APPIAH. For services
to UK/Ghanaian relations and community welfare.
AU YEUNG Man-tak. For services to vocational
training, Hong Kong.
Richard
James
AUSTEN,
Deputy
High
Commissioner, Banjul.
Christopher John BALE. For services to charity,
Hong Kong.
John Neville BROOMFIELD, C.P.M. For services
to police training, Hong Kong.
Anthony Jonathan BUCKBY, Director, British
Council, Bologna.
Anthony George CHAN Shing-kee. For public
service, Hong Kong.
Simon COHEN, Honorary Consul, Guadalajara,
Mexico.
Robin Victor DAVIES, Member, locally-engaged
staff, H.M. Embassy, Paris.
Sheila, Mrs. DOUGLAS. For services to the
community in Perigueux and the Dordogne.
Irvin Bruce ELDEMIRE, District Officer, Little
Cayman, Cayman Islands.
Michael Stanley Nicholas FARLIE. For services to
shipping interests in Hong Kong.
Mary Charteris Love, Mrs. FRASER. For services
to primary education in Swaziland.
Ian Percy GALE, Chief Security Officer, H.M.
Embassy, Manila.
Ian Bennett GIBSON, Honorary Consul, Kiel,
Germany.
Terence GINTY. For services to British commercial
interests in China.
Ann Smith, Mrs. GORDON. For charitable services
to the community, Bermuda.
Monica Marina, Mrs. GORE. For voluntary welfare
and charitable services in the Cayman Islands.
Peter Norman GRAHAM. For services to the
Independent Commission against Corruption,
Hong Kong.
Joan, Mrs. BORELLO HANSEN, locally-engaged
Commercial
Assistant,
H.M.
Embassy,
Copenhagen.
Brian Walter HICKS. For services to the community
and British commercial interests in Bahrain.
HO Kwok-fong. For public service in Hong Kong.
Peter HO Wing-ko. For services to culture and to
community welfare, Hong Kong.
Elizabeth, Mrs. HOWARD. For services to the British
Embassy School, Athens.
Victor HUT Chun-fui. For services to youth recreation
and social work in Hong Kong.
Nell Dorothea, Mrs. JOHNSTON. For voluntary
service to the community, Bermuda.
Miss Margaret Nora KNILL. For services to the
blind in Afghanistan.
KO Tam-kan. For voluntary community service,
Hong Kong.
Jeffrey LAM King-fung. For services to industry,
Hong Kong.
Richard William Evan LAW. For services to
UK-Italian cultural relations, Florence.
Edward LAW Wing-tak. For public service, Hong
Kong.
Joseph LEE Man-kong, J.P., Deputy Commissioner
for Census and Statistics, Hong Kong.
Miss Sabina LEUNG Fuk-tai. For services to the
mentally handicapped, Hong Kong.
Michael Philip LINDE. For services to the British
community in Switzerland.
Helen, Mrs. LUK TUET Siu-wah. For public service,
Hong Kong.
Farley MA Man-chiu. For services to recreation and
amenities, Hong Kong.
William John McCLELLAND. For services to
student exchanges with Canada.
Marion Calder, Mrs. ORR, locally-engaged
Vice-Consul, Durban.
Lystra, Mrs. OSBORNE. For services to the Red
Cross, Montserrat.
Miss Artemisia PANAYIOTOU. For services to
British commercial interests in Cyprus.
Barbara Helen, Mrs. PARKER, locally-engaged
Personal Assistant, H.M. Consulate-General, San
Francisco.
James Phillip PERALTA. For services to commercial
enterprise and the community in Gibraltar.
George Zbigniew PODOLECKI, Honorary Consul,
Maracaibo, Venezuela.
POON Kam-kwong. For voluntary community
service, Hong Kong.
Matthew PROUTEN, lately of H.M. Embassy,
Tokyo.
Graham Wightman REID. For services to education
and literature, Macedonia.
Margaret, Mrs. REID. For services to education and
literature, Macedonia.
Graeme Neville ROBINSON, Honorary Consul,
Christchurch.
John Augustus Alvarez Louis Charles RODIGAS.
For services to the British community in Nice.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
John Crute ROGERS. For services to the community
and to British business interests in Windhoek.
David John ROWSON. For services to English
language teaching in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Audrey, Mrs. RUMMELI. For services to charity
in Ankara.
Richard Walter SCOTT. For services to British and
other war veterans in Cameroon.
Hannelore
Margarethe,
Mrs.
STAPLES,
locally-engaged Assistant Management Officer,
H.M. Consulate-General, Frankfurt.
Timothy David STEW, lately Third Secretary, H.M.
Embassy, Sarajevo.
Daphne Lucille, Mrs. TAYLOR. For services to the
expatriate community in Seoul.
Thomas TEMPLE. For voluntary services to charity,
Belgium.
Kenneth WANG Kuk-kei. For services to
manufacturing industry, Hong Kong.
Richard WEBB, Staff Officer to the Governor,
Montserrat.
Carrie, Mrs. WILLIS YAU Sheung-mui, Chief
Electoral Officer, Hong Kong.
Raymond WONG Siu-keung. For public service,
Hong Kong.
YIP Wah, J.P. For services to the community in
Hong Kong.
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Ql013842 Staff Sergeant Caroline RUSSELL, Queen
Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps.
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (AIR FORCE DEPARTMENT)
A.R.R.C.
To be an Ordinary Associate of the Royal Red Cross,
Second Class:
Squadron Leader Janice OAKMAN (0409005),
Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service
(Retired).
HOME OFFICE,
QUEEN ANNE'S GATE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to approve the award of The Queen's Police
Medal
for
Distinguished
Service to
the
undermentioned:
Queen's Police Medal
Q.P.M.
ENGLAND AND WALES
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE,
WHITEHALL, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to give orders for the following
appointments to The Royal Red Cross:
Royal Red Cross
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (NAVY DEPARTMENT)
A.R.R.C.
To be Ordinary Associates of the Royal Red Cross,
Second Class:
Lieutenant Robert Thomas GRIFFIN, Queen
Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service.
Acting Chief Petty Officer Enrolled Nurse (General)
Rosemary Louise WEBB, Y002548B, Queen
Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service.
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE (ARMY DEPARTMENT)
R.R.C.
To be an Ordinary Member of the Royal Red Cross,
First Class:
Major Rosemary Helen BANFORD (517624), Queen
Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps.
A.R.R.C.
To be Ordinary Associates of the Royal Red Cross,
Second Class:
Captain Neil Thompson FRAZER (535151), Queen
Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps.
John William BENNETT, Detective Superintendent,
Gloucestershire Constabulary.
John Noel BLACKBURN,
Detective Chief
Superintendent, Kent Constabulary.
Allan
CHARLESWORTH,
Assistant
Chief
Constable (designate), Humberside Police.
Pauline Ann, Mrs. CLARE, Chief Constable,
Lancashire Constabulary.
Peter John COLES, Detective Superintendent,
Nottinghamshire Constabulary.
John
Charles
ESSERY,
Detective
Chief
Superintendent, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.
Malcolm FORSTER, Detective Constable, South
Yorkshire Police.
Raymond Kenneth HALL, Constable, Metropolitan
Police.
John Patterson HAMILTON, Deputy Director
General, National Criminal Intelligence Service.
Peter HARRIS, Chief Superintendent, Greater
Manchester Police.
Peter HERMITAGE, H.M. Assistant Inspector of
Constabulary.
Paul Andrew MANNING, Assistant Commissioner,
Metropolitan Police.
William George NELSON, Assistant Chief Constable
(designate), Hampshire Constabulary.
Anthony Leslie ROWE, Commander, Metropolitan
Police.
Frederick John SMITH, Chief Superintendent,
Sussex Police.
John TOWNSEND, Commander, Metropolitan
Police.
David TUCKER, Commander, Metropolitan Police.
Jack WILSON, Chief Superintendent, Cumbria
Constabulary.
NORTHERN IRELAND
William Frederick Reginald Welch SEMPLE, Chief
Inspector, Royal Ulster Constabulary.
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OVERSEAS
Justin CUNNINGHAM, Chief Superintendent,
Royal Hong Kong Police.
Angus John Delano STEVENSON-HAMILTON,
Assistant Commissioner, Royal Hong Kong Police.
Vernon Elroy MALONE, Commissioner of Police,
British Virgin Islands.
Service Medal for Distinguished Service to the
undermentioned:
Queen's Fire Service Medal
Q.F.S.M.
SCOTLAND
SCOTTISH OFFICE
ST. ANDREW'S HOUSE, EDINBURGH
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to approve the award of The Queen's Police
Medal
for
Distinguished
Service
to
the
undermentioned:
James COYLE, Assistant Firemaster, Strathclyde Fire
Brigade.
Colin CRANSTON, Firemaster, Lothian and Borders
Fire Brigade.
FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE,
DOWNING STREET, LONDON S.W.I
Queen's Police Medal
Q.P.M.
SCOTLAND
James GILCHRIST, Chief Superintendent, Dumfries
and Galloway Constabulary.
John Crispian STRACHAN, Assistant Chief
Constable, Strathclyde Police.
HOME OFFICE,
QUEEN ANNE'S GATE, LONDON S.W.I
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to approve the award of The Queen's Fire
Service Medal for Distinguished Service to the
undermentioned:
Queen's Fire Service Medal
Q.F.S.M.
Peter John COOMBS, Deputy Chief Fire Officer,
Kent Fire Brigade.
Brian Anthony HIGTON, Temporary Assistant
Divisional Officer, Derbyshire Fire Service.
Miss Margaret Jean PENTON, Principal Fire Control
Officer, West Midlands Fire Service.
Valerie Ann, Mrs. PLUCK, Principal Fire Control
Officer, Essex Fire Service.
Andrew John WALTERS, Chief Fire Officer, Avon
Fire Brigade.
OVERSEAS
HSU King-ping, Chief Fire Officer, Royal Hong
Kong Fire Service.
SCOTTISH OFFICE
ST. ANDREW'S HOUSE, EDINBURGH
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to approve the award of The Queen's Fire
15th June 1996
THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the
occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's
Birthday, to approve the award of the Colonial
Police and Fire Service Medal for Meritorious Service
to the undermentioned:
Colonial Police and Fire Service Medal
C.P.M.
CHAN Ping-chiu, Station Sergeant, Royal Hong
Kong Police Force.
CHEUNG Tak-yiu, Chief Inspector, Royal Hong
Kong Police Force.
Iain Charles GRANT, Chief Superintendent, Royal
Hong Kong Police Force.
Francis Edwin HILLIER, Senior Superintendent,
Royal Hong Kong Police Force.
LAI Yuen-wing, Superintendent, Royal Hong Kong
Police Force.
LAM Chi-ning, Chief Inspector, Royal Hong Kong
Police Force.
LEE Kee-cheung, Principal Fireman, Hong Kong
Fire Service.
LEE Siu-kin, Senior Superintendent, Royal Hong
Kong Police Force.
LEUNG Sai-kan, Station Sergeant, Royal Hong
Kong Police Force.
LEUNG Sheung Man, Station Sergeant, Royal Hong
Kong Police Force.
Ian Robert MACKNESS, Senior Superintendent,
Royal Hong Kong Police Force.
Charles William MITCHELL, Superintendent, Royal
Hong Kong Police Force.
NG Chi-keung, Station Sergeant, Royal Hong Kong
Police Force.
Rodney John STARLING, Superintendent, Royal
Hong Kong Police Force.
John McPhail THOMSON, Senior Superintendent,
Royal Hong Kong Police Force.
Colin Frederick THORNBORROW, Superintendent,
Royal Hong Kong Police Force.
TSANG Kwong-kwai, Senior Divisional Officer,
Hong Kong Fire Service.
TSE Yee-sum, Senior Superintendent (Auxiliary),
Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Police Force.
WONG Long, Station Sergeant, Royal Hong Kong
Police Force.
SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 15TH JUNE 1996
Stuart WRINGE, Senior Superintendent, Royal
Hong Kong Police Force.
WU Kang-fuk, Station Sergeant, Royal Hong Kong
Police Force.
YU Ah-chu, Principal Fireman, Hong Kong Fire
Service.
B29
YU Shi-cheung, Chief Inspector, Royal Hong Kong
Police Force.
John YUEN Ying-lam, Chief Superintendent, Royal
Hong Kong Police Force.
Buel Rolphie BRAGGS, Chief Superintendent, Royal
Cayman Islands Police Force.
No. 54427
B32
The London Gazette
CONTENTS
PAGE
1
Life Peers
PAGE
5
Order of the Companions of Honour
Order of the British Empire (Military Division)
Ministry of Defence—Navy Department
Privy Counsellors
C.B.E., O.B.E., M.B.E.
.
Ministry of Defence—Army
Knights Bachelor .
.
.
.
.
Diplomatic Service' and Overseas List
.
K.B.E., C.B.E., O.B.E., M.B.E.
Ministry of Defence—Air Force
C.B.E., O.B.E., M.B.E.
Order of the Bath (Military Division)
Ministry of Defence—Navy Department
K.C.B., C.B. . . . . . . .
Ministry of Defence—Army Department
K.C.B., C.B
Ministry of Defence—Air Force Department
K.C.B., C.B
2
3
5
.
6
Department
.
.
.
7
Order of the British Empire (Civil Division)
D.B.E., C.B.E.
O.B.E
M.B.E
8
10
14
Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
Order of the Bath (Civil Division)
K.C.B., C.B
3
Order of Saint Michael and Saint George
K.C.M.G., C.M.G
Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
G.C.M.G., K.C.M.G., C.M.G.
3
3
Royal Victorian Order
G.C.V.O., K.C.V.O., C.V.O., L.V.O., M.V.O.
Royal Victorian Medal (Gold)
.
Bar to Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)
Royal Victorian Medal (Silver) .
.
2
.
Department
.
.
.
C.B.E, O.B.E.
M.B.E
Royal Red
Ministry
Ministry
Ministry
25
26
Cross
of Defence—Navy Department
of Defence—Army Department
of Defence—Air Force Department
Queen's Police Medal
4
4
5
5
Queen's. Fire Service Medal
.
27
27
27
.
.
.
27
.
.
.
28
.
28
Colonial Police and Fire Service Medal
COMMONWEALTH HONOURS LIST
BARBADOS
.
BAHAMAS
GRENADA
.
SUPPLEMENT No.
8
SAINT VINCENT AND
GRENADINES
SUPPLEMENT No.
9
ANTIGUA AND
BARBUDA
SUPPLEMENT No. 10
SAINT CHRISTOPHER
AND NEVIS .
SUPPLEMENT No. 11
SUPPLEMENT No. 2
SAINT LUCIA
SUPPLEMENT No. 3
SUPPLEMENT No. 4
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
SUPPLEMENT No. 5
SOLOMON ISLANDS
SUPPLEMENT No. 6
TUVALU
SUPPLEMENT No. 7
.
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