HONOURS: List of Herefordshire & Worcestershire gongs

Redditch Advertiser: HONOURS: List of Herefordshire & Worcestershire gongs HONOURS: List of Herefordshire & Worcestershire gongs

A HOST of achievements by people in Worcestershire and Herefordshire have been recognised in the New Year Honours.

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Peter James Luff, MP. Member of Parliament for Mid-Worcester. For political and public service.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
CBE
Ms Julie Dawn Bailey. Campaigner, Cure the NHS, Staffordshire. For services to the Care of Older People. (Shrawley, Worcestershire)

OBE
Professor Paul Stephen Cannon. Formerly director, Poynting Institute, Qinetiq and University of Birmingham. For services to Engineering. (Malvern, Worcestershire)
Christopher Thomas Dovey. National chairman, Royal Naval Association. For voluntary service to Naval Personnel and the community in Worcestershire. (Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire)
Mrs Ruth Jones. Researcher and consultant, Department of Applied Social Sciences, University of Worcester. For services to Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence. (Worcester, Worcestershire)

MBE
David John Kemp. Music Teacher and assistant Headteacher, Queen Elizabeth Humanities College, Herefordshire. For services to Education. (Bromyard, Herefordshire)
Professor Christine Diana Robertson. Professor and head, Institute of Education, University of Worcester. For services to Higher Education. (Worcester, Worcestershire)
John Ryan. Pro vice-Chancellor for Students, University of Worcester. For services to Higher Education. (Great Malvern, Worcestershire)
Mrs Prudence Mary Winton. President, West Worcestershire Conservative Association. For voluntary political service. (Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire)

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL
BEM

Mrs Heather Margaret Davies. Senior Volunteer, Kempsey Branch, Save the Children. For services to charitable Fundraising. (Worcestershire)


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9:33am Tue 31 Dec 13

FourWFR says...

Three gongs for service to education, really? No back handers or anything going on there then in our 'university' city hey.... Oh, and the obligatory politics gongs too, what a p**s take...
Three gongs for service to education, really? No back handers or anything going on there then in our 'university' city hey.... Oh, and the obligatory politics gongs too, what a p**s take... FourWFR

10:11am Tue 31 Dec 13

Wagtail59 says...

Also congratulations and thank you to all those whose voluntary services are still to be recognised. I wish you well in 2014.
Also congratulations and thank you to all those whose voluntary services are still to be recognised. I wish you well in 2014. Wagtail59

10:19am Tue 31 Dec 13

CJH says...

FourWFR wrote:
Three gongs for service to education, really? No back handers or anything going on there then in our 'university' city hey.... Oh, and the obligatory politics gongs too, what a p**s take...
Perhaps you could expand on your comment regarding education. Nothing to fear if it's true have you?
[quote][p][bold]FourWFR[/bold] wrote: Three gongs for service to education, really? No back handers or anything going on there then in our 'university' city hey.... Oh, and the obligatory politics gongs too, what a p**s take...[/p][/quote]Perhaps you could expand on your comment regarding education. Nothing to fear if it's true have you? CJH

10:51am Tue 31 Dec 13

saucerer says...

It's a shame there isn't a concurrent honours delist. We could then see county councillor John Smith stripped of his OBE for presiding over a bunch of incompetent and overpaid buffoons know as the highways department, with their hiatus so far being the Abbey bridge farce.
It's a shame there isn't a concurrent honours delist. We could then see county councillor John Smith stripped of his OBE for presiding over a bunch of incompetent and overpaid buffoons know as the highways department, with their hiatus so far being the Abbey bridge farce. saucerer

2:10pm Tue 31 Dec 13

Moltaire says...

saucerer wrote:
It's a shame there isn't a concurrent honours delist. We could then see county councillor John Smith stripped of his OBE for presiding over a bunch of incompetent and overpaid buffoons know as the highways department, with their hiatus so far being the Abbey bridge farce.
I quite agree!
[quote][p][bold]saucerer[/bold] wrote: It's a shame there isn't a concurrent honours delist. We could then see county councillor John Smith stripped of his OBE for presiding over a bunch of incompetent and overpaid buffoons know as the highways department, with their hiatus so far being the Abbey bridge farce.[/p][/quote]I quite agree! Moltaire

5:40pm Tue 31 Dec 13

Mrfade says...

Sir Peter Luff for services to himself perhaps.?
Sir Peter Luff for services to himself perhaps.? Mrfade

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