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Surrey and Hampshire recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours

Queen Egham

Published at 10:30pm 16th June 2017.

Nearly 20 people from across Surrey and Hampshire have made the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2017.

 

It shows that they have been recognised by Her Majesty, after being nominated based on their contributions in their fields.

 

People are nominated by the general public or by government departments.

 

Those being recognised across Surrey:

 

Order of the Bath 

 

CB Peter Hugh Gordon Schofield. Formerly director general Housing and Planning, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Housing and Planning. (Redhill, Surrey)
 
CBE 

 

Humphrey Alan Edward Cadoux-Hudson. Managing director Nuclear New Build Generation Company Ltd, EDF Energy plc. For services to Secure Low-Carbon Electricity. (Guildford, Surrey)
 
Mrs Ani Magill. Executive Headteacher, St. John the Baptist Catholic Comprehensive School, Woking. For services to Education.
 
Christopher James Satterthwaite. Chairman The Roundhouse. For services to the Arts. (Surrey)
 
Alan Frank Smith. Chairman RAF Charitable Trust Enterprises. For voluntary service to Royal Air Force Personnel. (Surrey)
 
Ms June Rosalind Spencer, OBE. Actress. For services to Drama and charity. (Surrey)
 
OBE

 

Mrs Belinda Jane Earl. For services to Retail. (Oxted, Surrey)
 
MBE

 

John Bradbury Allinson. For services to the Tadworth and Walton Overseas Aid Trust. (Tadworth, Surrey)
 
William Edward Hampshire Bagnall. Governor and Chair Finance and Strategy Committee, The Sixth Form College Farnborough, Hampshire. For services to Education. (Guildford, Surrey)
 
Ms Ndidi Ekubia. For services to Silversmithing. (Camberley, Surrey)
 
Stephen Peter Oxlade. Executive Principal Reigate and Coulsdon College. For services to Education. (Epsom, Surrey)
 
 
British Empire Medal
 

 

Mrs Jean Mary Watkins. For services to Elderly People in Frimley and Camberley, Surrey and Farnborough, Hampshire. (Frimley, Surrey)
 
Mrs Margaret Ann Pick. For voluntary service to Save the Children. (Oxshott, Surrey)
 
Mrs Margaret Ann Parry. For services to the community in Chobham, Surrey. (Chobham, Surrey)
 
Stephen Newman. Shepperton Lock and Weir Keeper Environment Agency. For services to Inland Waterways. (Shepperton, Surrey)
 
Mrs Mary Kasey. For voluntary service to Save the Children. (Epsom, Surrey)
 

 

Those being recognised across Hampshire:

 

British Empire Medal

 

Mrs Prudence Bridget Scurfield. For services to Fundraising for Save the Children. (Petersfield, Hampshire)

 

Mrs Lilian Elsie Fuller. For services to Elderly People in Ash, Surrey. (Aldershot, Hampshire)

 

 

In showbiz news, these celebrities are also on the Queen's Birthday Honours List:

 

Actress June Whitfield, who lives in Surrey, will become a Dame

 

Billy Connolly gets a Knighthood

  

Sir Paul Mcartney gets the Order of the Companion of Honour

  

Julie Walters gets a Damehood
 

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