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New Year's Honours list 2016 in full

Published 30/12/2015

The Queen pictured with Barbara Windsor during a 2001 visit to the EastEnders set at Elstree Studios. Barbara Windsor is recognised for services to charity and entertainment
The Queen pictured with Barbara Windsor during a 2001 visit to the EastEnders set at Elstree Studios. Barbara Windsor is recognised for services to charity and entertainment
OBE for Northern Ireland actor James Nesbitt
Tony McCoy will get a knighthood, reports suggest
OBE: cyclist Chris Froome
OBE: Sports commentator Sue Barker
OBE: Damon Albarn
Lynton Crosby was the general election strategist for the Tory party
OBE for actor Idris Elba

Here is the full list of recipients in the New Year's Honours list 2016.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL

DBE (Dame)

Professor Lesley Jean Fallowfield. Director, Sussex Health Outcomes Research and Education in Cancer, University of Sussex. For services to Psycho-Oncology. (Brighton, East Sussex)

Ms Judith Elizabeth Hackitt, CBE. Chair, Health and Safety Executive. For services to Engineering and Health and Safety. (Wantage, Oxfordshire)

Mrs Susan Jowett. Chief executive, The Spencer Academies Trust and Executive Principal, George Spencer Academy, Nottinghamshire. For services to Education. (West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire)

Professor Georgina Mace, CBE. Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems and director, Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, University College London. For services to Science. (London)

Ms Natalie Sara Massenet, MBE. Internet Entrepreneur and Founder, Net-A-Porter Group. For services to the Fashion and Retail Industries. (London)

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Ms Carolyn Julia McCall, OBE. Chief executive Officer, EasyJet. For services to the Aviation Industry. (Bedfordshire)

Professor Henrietta Louise Moore, FBA. Director, Institute for Global Prosperity and Chair, Culture, Philosophy and Design, University College London. For services to Social Sciences. (London)

Ms Jane Elizabeth Ailwen (Sian) Phillips, CBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London)

Ms Heather Victoria Rabbatts, CBE. For public service and services to Football and Equality. (Lower Hardres, Kent)

Ms Glenys Jean Stacey. Chief Regulator and chief executive, Ofqual (Office for Qualifications and Examinations Regulation). For services to Education.

Professor Margaret McRae Whitehead. Head, Department of Public Health and Policy, Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool. For services to Public Health. (Nantwich, Cheshire)

Miss Barbara Windsor, MBE. For services to charity and Entertainment. (London)

The Rt Hon Rosalie Winterton. Member of Parliament for Doncaster Central and Opposition chief Whip. For political and parliamentary service. (Doncaster, South Yorkshire)

Professor Hilary Margaret Wykes. Vice-Dean of Psychology and Systems Sciences and Professor of Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation, King's College London. For services to Clinical Psychology.

CBE

Ms Peta Joyce Ash. Chief executive Officer, Southampton Voluntary Services. For services to the Voluntary Sector.

Richard James Atkins. Principal, Exeter College and president, Association of Colleges. For services to Further Education. (South Petherton, Somerset)

His Honour Michael Findlay Baker, QC, DL. Formerly Resident Judge, Crown Court, St. Albans and Deputy Circuit Judge. For services to the Administration of Justice and to the community in Hertfordshire. (Ware, Hertfordshire)

Professor Phyllida Barlow. Sculptor. For services to Art. (London)

Mrs Rhona Julia Barnfield. Chief executive Officer, the Howard Partnership Trust and Executive head, Howard of Effingham School, Thomas Knyvett College and Oxted School, Surrey. For services to Education. (Chipstead, Surrey)

John Baxter. Formerly Group head of Engineering, BP International plc. For services to Engineering, Education and the Energy Sector. (Reading, Berkshire)

Graham John Beale. Chief executive Officer, Nationwide Building Society. For services to the Financial Services Sector. (Bath, Somerset)

Robert Fredrick Behrens. Chief executive and Independent Adjudicator, Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education. For services to Higher Education. (Moor Park, Hertfordshire)

Professor Vivienne Jane Bennett. Chief Nurse, Public Health England. For services to Nursing.

Guy Gibson Beringer. Non-Executive chairman, UK Export Finance. For services to Export Finance and Pro Bono Work in the Legal Sector. (Weybridge, Surrey)

Conrad Bird. Director, GREAT Britain Campaign. For services to UK Government Communications and Trade. (London)

Mrs Sharon Tracey Blackburn. Policy and Communications director, National Care Forum. For services to Nursing and the Not-For-Profit Care Sector. (Woking, Surrey)

Roy Terence Blatchford. Director, National Education Trust. For services to Education. (Oxfordshire)

Professor Paul Joseph Boyle. Formerly chief executive, Economic and Social Research Council and president and vice Chancellor, University of Leicester. For services to Social Science.

Dr Timothy John Gilby Brooks. Head, Rare and Imported Pathogens Laboratory, Public Health England. For services to Public Health. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)

Mrs Dorothy Marie Brown. Director for Personal Tax Operations, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Professor Christopher John Kent Bulstrode. Emeritus Professor, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford and Volunteer, Doctors of the World. For services to Humanitarian Medicine. (Barnstaple, Devon)

Ms Wendy Joan Carlin. Professor of Economics, University College London and Member, Expert Advisory Panel, Office for Budget Responsibility. For services to Economics and Public Finance. (Oxfordshire)

Professor Barry Carpenter, OBE. International Professor of Learning Disabilities. For services to Special Educational Needs. (Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire)

Professor Steven Kenneth Chapman. Formerly Principal and vice-Chancellor, Heriot-Watt University. For services to Higher Education. (Edinburgh)

Zameer Mohammed Choudrey. For services to the UK Wholesale Industry and charity in the UK and Abroad. (London)

Professor David Alastair Standish Compston. Professor of Neurology, University of Cambridge. For services to Multiple Sclerosis Treatment. (Cambridgeshire)

Dr Vivienne Cox. For services to the UK Economy and Sustainability. (Flaunden, Hertfordshire)

Professor John Coyne. Formerly vice-Chancellor University of Derby. For services to Higher Education. (Beeston, Nottinghamshire)

Professor Charles Frank Craddock. Professor of Haemato-Oncology, University of Birmingham and consultant Haematologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. For services to Medicine and Medical Research. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Professor Melanie Jane Davies. Professor of Diabetes Medicine, University of Leicester and Honorary consultant, University Hospitals of Leicester. For services to Diabetes Research. (Leicestershire)

Samir Desai. Peer to Peer and Financial Inclusion Innovator. For services to Financial Services. (London)

Air Commodore Martin Terrance Doel, OBE. Chief executive, Association of Colleges. For services to Further Education. (Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire)

Ian Gareth Dormer. Formerly National chairman, Institute of Directors. For services to Business particularly in the North East. (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Rowan Malcolm Douglas. Chief executive officer, Capital Science and Policy Practice, Willis Group. For services to the Economy through Risk, Insurance and Sustainable Growth. (London)

Simon Charles Dow. Group chief executive, the Guinness Partnership. For services to Housing and Homeless People. (London)

Timothy James Dutton, QC. Barrister, Recorder and Deputy High Court Judge. For services to the UK Legal System. (London)

Mrs Catherine Patricia Dyer. Crown Agent and chief executive, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service. For services to Law and Order in Scotland. (Durham)

Dr Ian Webber Evett. Consultant Forensic Scientist. For services to Forensic Science. (Tadley, Hampshire)

Paul Farmer. Chief executive, Mind. For services to Mental Health. (London)

Paul Maurice Fuller, QFSM. Chief Fire Officer, Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire and Rescue Service. (Bromham, Bedfordshire)

Professor Nigel Paul Gibbens. Chief Veterinary Officer, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to the Veterinary Profession and Animal Welfare. (Epsom, Surrey)

Ms Jacqueline Gold. Chief executive, Ann Summers and Knickerbox. For services to Entrepreneurship, Women in Business and Social Enterprise. (Old Oxted, Surrey)

Dr Caroline Harper, OBE. Chief executive Officer, Sightsavers. For services to Visually Impaired People Abroad. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)

Councillor Simon Antony Henig. Leader, Durham County Council. For political and public service. (Chester-le-Street, Durham)

Dr Barry Keith Humphreys. Formerly chairman British Air Transport Association. For services to Aviation and Charity. (Surrey)

David Neil Jameson. Executive director, Citizens UK. For services to Community Organising and Social Justice. (London)

Timothy Lloyd Jones. Formerly chief executive, Officer National Employment Savings Trust. For services to the Pensions Industry and Pension Provision. (Brighton, East Sussex)

David Joseph. Chair and chief executive officer, Universal Music UK and Ireland. For services to the UK Music Industry. (London)

Mrs Sandra Jane Keene. Director of Adult Social Services and president, Leeds City Council and ADASS. For services to Social Care.

Professor Deirdre Anne Kelly. Consultant Paediatric Hepatologist, Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Children and Young People with Liver Disease. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Ms Julia Killick. Governor, HM Prison Holloway. For services to HM Prison Service. (Shepperton, Middlesex)

Professor David Michael Lane. Professor of Autonomous Systems Engineering, Heriot Watt University and Founding director, Edinburgh Centre for Robotics. For services to Engineering. (Edinburgh)

David Christopher Lane. Formerly vice-president, Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years. For services to Childcare and Social Work. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)

Gerald Lavery. Formerly Senior Finance director, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to the Agri-Food Industry in Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)

Dr Denis Law. For services to Football and charity. (Altringham, Cheshire)

Francis Henry Lee. For services to Football and charity. (Wilmslow, Cheshire)

Dr Tracy Elisabeth Long. Founder, Boardroom Review Ltd. For services to Public and Private Sector Governance. (London)

Professor Karen Anne Luker. Formerly Dean, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester. For services to Nursing and Midwifery. (Near Wedmore, Somerset)

Radu Lupu. Pianist. For services to Music. (London)

Professor Cait MacPhee. Professor of Biological Physics, University of Edinburgh. For services to Women in Physics.

Professor Peter John Matthews, OBE. Chair, Natural Resources Wales. For services to Environmental Management. (Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire)

Professor Linda Margaret McDowell. Professor of Human Geography University of Oxford. For services to Geography and Higher Education. (Oxfordshire)

Mrs Gillian McGregor. Deputy director, Immigration Enforcement for Scotland and Northern Ireland, Home Office. For services to Immigration Management and Counter Terrorism. (Glasgow, Lanarkshire)

Mark McInnes. Director, Scottish Conservatives. For political service. (Edinburgh)

Professor David Kenneth Miles. Formerly Member, Monetary Policy Committee. For services to Monetary Policy. (Somerset)

Andrew Noel Moffat. Chief executive, Port of Tyne. For services to the North East England Economy and UK Ports. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Susan Jane Moore. Director, DWP Corporate Change, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Public Administration. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Peter Julian Robin Morgan. Screenwriter and Playwright. For services to Drama.

Professor Peter Gordon Morris. Professor of Physics and head of Magnetic Resonance Centre University of Nottingham. For services to Science and Medicine. (Wollaton Park, Nottinghamshire)

Professor Karen Ann Mumford. For services to Economics and Labour Market Diversity.

Councillor Susan Christine Murphy. Deputy Leader, Manchester City Council. For political and public service.

Maxwell George Murray. Formerly Senior Civil Servant, Department of Justice. For services to the Northern Ireland Prison Service and Engineering. (Hillsborough, Down)

Professor Paul O'Brien, FRS. Professor of Inorganic, Materials Chemistry, University of Manchester. For services to Science and Engineering. (Wilmslow, Cheshire)

Neil O'Connor. Director Fire, Resilience and Emergencies, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Fire Safety and Flood Resilience. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Jean Davies Oglesby. For services to Philanthropy in the North West. (Bowdon, Cheshire)

Bobby Paton. Managing director, Accenture (North East). For services to the Promotion of IT Skills and Apprenticeships. (Hexham, Northumberland)

Ms Carolyn Mary (Lyndy) Payne. For services the Advertising and Marketing Communications Industry.

Mrs Sarah Payne. Director, National Offender Management Service, Wales, Ministry of Justice. For services to Prisons, Probation and the community in Wales. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)

Mrs Annamarie Phelps. Chairman, British Rowing. For services to Rowing. (London)

Anthony Charles Preston. Founder, Pets at Home. For services to UK Business, Entrepreneurship and philanthropic service to charity. (Antrobus, Cheshire)

Professor Susan Ann Price. Formerly vice-Chancellor, Leeds Beckett University. For services to Higher Education. (Wetherby, West Yorkshire)

Charles David Randell. External Member, Prudential Regulation Authority and Non-Executive director, DECC. For services to Financial Stability and Climate Change Policy. (London)

Dr Raminder Singh Ranger, MBE. Chairman, Sun Mark Ltd. For services to Business and Community Cohesion. (Moor Park, Hertfordshire)

Jill Ann Lady Shaw Ruddock. For philanthropic services to Older People. (London)

Andrew Scallan. Director of Electoral Administration, Electoral Commission. For services to Electoral Democracy. (Sale, Cheshire)

Professor Julia Teresa Selwyn. Professor and director, The Hadley Centre for Adoption and Foster Care Studies, Bristol University. For services to Adoption and Children's Social Care.

Ms (Lucy) Nicola Shaw. Chief executive Officer, HighSpeed 1, and lately Non-Executive director, Aer Lingus plc. For services to Transport.

Ms Yasmin Sheikh, MBE. Co-founder, British Community Honours Awards. For services to Women and Social Integration. (London)

William Matthew Timothy Stephen Sieghart. For services to Public Libraries. (London)

Dr Nina Maria Skorupska. Chief executive, Renewable Energy Association and Non-Executive director, WISE Campaign. For services to Renewables and Equality in the Energy Industry. (London)

Adrian Smith. Deputy director, National Offender Management Service, East of England. For services to HM Prison Service. (Thetford, Norfolk)

Andrew John Smith, OBE. Chief executive, Hampshire County Council. For services to Local Government.

Ms Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette Staunton, OBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London)

Christopher Berkeley Stephens. Chairman, Judicial Appointments Commission. For services to the Judiciary. (Richmond, Surrey)

James Stewart. Treasurer, Scottish Conservatives. For political service. (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)

Dr Geraldine Mary Strathdee, OBE. National Clinical director for Mental Health, NHS England. For services to Mental Health. (London)

John Surtees, OBE. For services to Motorsport. (Lingfield, Surrey)

Ms Marion Margaret (Margie) Taylor. Chief Dental Officer for Scotland. For services to Dental Health in Scotland.

Dr Maurice Vincent Taylor. Chief executive, Chardon Trading. For services to Business and to charity. (Helensburgh, Dunbartonshire)

Ms Caroline Helen Theobald. Founder and managing director, Bridge Club Ltd. For services to Business and Entrepreneurship. (Corbridge, Northumberland)

Hugh Osborn Thornbery. Chief executive, Adoption UK. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Ms Angela Mary Fone (Jill) Tookey, MBE. Founder and Artistic director, National Youth Ballet of Great Britain. For services to Dance and Young People.

Simon Richard Trace. Chief executive, Officer Practical Action. For services to International Development.

Professor David Tregar Ulph, FRSE. Professor of Economics and director, Scottish Institute for Research in Economics, University of St. Andrews. For services to Economics and Social Sciences. (Cupar, Fife)

Ms Beryl Frances Vertue, OBE. Producer and Chair, Hartswood Films. For services to Television Drama. (Surrey)

Edward Victor. Founder, Ed Victor Literary Agency. For services to Literature. (London)

Professor Joanna Marguerite Wardlaw, FRSE. Professor of Applied Neuroimaging and Honorary consultant Neuroradiologist, University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian. For services to Neuroimaging and Clinical Science. (Edinburgh)

Professor Andrew Brian Wathey. Vice-Chancellor, Northumbria University. For services to Higher Education. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Simon Weston, OBE. For charitable services. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)

Professor Keith Malcolm Willett. National director for Acute Care NHS England and Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery, University of Oxford. For services to the NHS. (Oxfordshire)

OBE

Mrs Eugenie Rosemary Adams. Headteacher, Baskerville Special and Residential School, Birmingham. For services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Sinclair Aitken. For services to Culture and to the community in Dundee. (Dundee)

Damon Albarn. Singer-Songwriter Composer, Musician and Producer. For services to Music. (London)

Mrs Fiona Margaret Alfred. Executive director, Association of Women in Property. For services to Women in the Property Industry. (London)

Murdo Allan. Director of Health Safety, Sustainability and Technical Training, UK Power Networks. For services to Skills in the Energy Industry. (Woking, Surrey)

Ms Alison Allden. Formerly chief executive, Higher Education Statistics Agency Limited. For services to Higher Education. (Bristol)

Edgar Robin Allies. Co-Founder Allies and Morrison. For services to Architecture. (London)

Geoffrey Wilfred Allister. Executive director, Highway Term Maintenance Association. For services to Highway Engineering in Northern Ireland. (Portadown, Armagh)

Giles Edward Charles Andrews. Peer to Peer and Financial Inclusion Innovator. For services to Financial Services. (London)

Ms Amanda Helen Ariss. Formerly chief executive, Diversity and Equality Forum. For services to Equality. (London)

Stephen John Ashby. Formerly Policy Adviser, International Plant Health, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to Protecting Plant Health. (Dunnington, North Yorkshire)

Roger Frederick Atkinson. Assistant director, Counter-Avoidance, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers. (Solihull, West Midlands)

John Ayres. Principal, Eden Multi-Academy Trust, Middlesex. For services to Education. (Watford, Hertfordshire)

Clive Blackmore Barda. Photographer. For services to Photography. (London)

Ms Susan Barker, MBE. Sports Commentator. For services to Broadcasting and charity. (Stanton, Gloucestershire)

Miss Maree Lisette Barnett. Head of Emerging Infections, Department of Health. For services to Public Health. (London)

Dr William Barton. Chief executive officer, WillB Consulting. For services to Innovation and Manufacturing. (Wantage, Oxfordshire)

David Derek Bartram. Assistant Headteacher, Lampton School, Hounslow, London. For services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Pamela Jane Baxter. Deputy director, National Portrait Gallery. For services to the Arts.

Mrs Juliana Beattie. Founder, The Art Room. For services to Education. (Oxfordshire)

Steuart John Rudolf Bedford. Conductor. For services to Music. (Suffolk)

Professor Jill Belch. Professor of Vascular Medicine, University of Dundee. For services to Medicine. (Scone, Perth and Kinross)

William Sloan Bell. Head of Child Protection, Save the Children UK. For Humanitarian services to Children. (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Lester Benjamin. Deputy director of operations, Palace of Westminster. For parliamentary service. (Kent)

Ms Ellen Frances Bennett. Senior Research and Teaching Fellow, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford. For services to Social Science. (Oxfordshire)

Mrs Judith Anne Bennett. Formerly director, National Governors' Association and vice-Chair of Governors, Chalgrove Community Primary School, Oxfordshire. For services to Education. (Chalgrove, Oxfordshire)

Neil Richard Bentley. Head of Specialist Microbiology Technical Services, Public Health England. For services to Public Health. (Burwell, Cambridgeshire)

Ms Evelynne Ann Berger. Primary director, Harris Federation, and Lead Adviser, London Challenge, Department for Education, HM Inspector of Schools. For services to Education. (High Bickington, Devon)

Mrs Lorraine Bewes. Chief Financial Officer, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust. For services to NHS Financial Management. (London)

Mrs Diane Margaret Birch. HM Inspector, Immigration Enforcement, Home Office. For services to the Care and Assistance of Homeless Foreign and European Economic Area Nationals. (Middlesex)

Dr Susan Elizabeth Black. Honorary Senior Research Associate in Computer Science, University College London. For services to Technology.

Nigel Blackler. Head of Strategy, Enterprise and Environment, Cornwall Council. For services to Transport in Cornwall. (St Agnes, Cornwall)

Mrs Clare Emma Blampied. Managing director, Sacla UK Ltd. For services to the Food Industry. (Seer Green, Buckinghamshire)

Ms Amanda Boyle. Founder and chief executive officer, Bloom VC. For services to Business. (Aberdeen)

Simon Anthony Lee Brett. Author. For services to Literature. (Arundel, West Sussex)

Martin Russell Bromiley. Founder, Clinical Human Factors Group. For services to Patient Safety. (North Marston, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Christine Bromley. Formerly Senior Information Systems Service Delivery manager, Land Registry. For services to Public Service IT and to charity. (Plymouth, Devon)

Mrs Lynn Brown. Executive director, Financial Services, Glasgow City Council. For services to Local Government and charity. (Glasgow)

John Cameron. Head of Helplines Child Protection Operations, NSPCC Helpline. For services to Child Protection. (London)

Alistair Colvin Campbell. Director, Bellair (Scotland) Ltd. For services to the Economy and Town Centre Regeneration. (Muirhouses, West Lothian)

Dr Nicholas Capstick. Chief executive Officer, White Horse Federation. For services to Education. (Devizes, Wiltshire)

Ms Hannah Ellis Carmichael. Trustee, Depaul UK. For services to Homeless and Vulnerable Young People. (Canterbury, Kent)

Dr Robert Leslie Caul. For services to Education and Sport in Northern Ireland. (Carrickfergus, Antrim)

Mrs Lynn Anne Chesterman. Trustee and chief executive, Grandparents Plus. For services to Children and Families. (Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire)

Ms Lynn Churchman. Founding Trustee, National Numeracy. For services to Maths and Numeracy Education. (Elsworth, Cambridgeshire)

David Clarke. Formerly Treasurer, Police and Crime Commissioners for Warwickshire and West Mercia. For services to Policing Finance. (Hampton Magna, Warwickshire)

Neil Henry Clephan. Headteacher, Roundhay School, Leeds. For services to Education. (Upper Batley, West Yorkshire)

Ms Elaine Mary Colquhoun. Executive Principal, Academy Trust, Walthamstow, London. For services to Education. (London)

Mrs Anne Marie Connolly. Chair, Northern Ireland Policing Board. For services to Policing and Education in Northern Ireland. (Coleraine, Londonderry)

Ms Sally Elizabeth Cooke. For services to Further Education Accessibility and Inclusion. (Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Dr Adrienne Cooper. Strategic director, Adult Social Services, Housing and Health, Sutton Borough Council. For services to Adult Social Services.

Andrew James Corcoran. Formerly Senior Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services in Support of Military Operations. (Surrey)

Professor David Anthony Cowan. Professor of Pharmaceutical Toxicology and director Drug Control Centre, King's College London. For services to Anti-Doping Science. (Arkley, Hertfordshire)

Mark Edwin Crabtree. Grade 7 Ministry of Defence. For services to the Defence Asset Management Programme. (London)

Terence Martin Cross. Chairman Delta Print and Packaging. For services to the Economy and voluntary service to the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Timothy Cullen. Head, Local Growth Communication and Engagement, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For services to the Life Sciences Sector.

Ms Rachael Helen Cummings. Senior Humanitarian Health Adviser, Save the Children UK. For services to Emergency Health Crises Abroad. (London)

Professor Margaret Jane Dallman. Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships), Imperial College London. For services to Bioscience. (London)

James Trevor Dannatt. For services to Architecture and Architectural Education. (London)

Malgwyn Davies. Chair, St David's Hospice Care, Newport. For voluntary service to Palliative Care and for services to the community in South East Wales and Powys.

Edward Philip Julian Davis. Adviser, Department for International Development. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Charles Ian Paul Denyer, MVO. Deputy Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, Crown Office, Ministry of Justice. For services to Constitutional and Ceremonial Administration. (Bolney, West Sussex)

Simon Devonshire. Entrepreneur. For services to Enterprise, Enterprise Promotion and Humanitarian Issues. (Middlesex)

Ms Helen Dickinson. Chief executive, British Retail Consortium. For services to the Retail Industry. (London)

Professor William Donachie. For services to Animal and Veterinary Biosciences. (East Calder, West Lothian)

Benjamin Donaldson. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Terence Thomas Robin Douglas. Chair of Trustees, The Who Cares? Trust, London. For services to Children and Young People. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)

James Dunbar. Founder and chief executive, New Start Highland. For services to Economic and Community Development in the Highlands and Islands. (Culloden, Inverness-shire)

Ms Tania Eagle. Programme director, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, London. For services to Policing. (Clapham, Bedfordshire)

Leslie Charles East. Formerly chief executive, Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. For services to Musicians and Music Education. (Middlesex)

Mrs Celia Ann Malcolm Edey. Non-Executive director, University Campus Suffolk. For services to Higher Education and the community in Essex and Suffolk. (Coggeshall, Essex)

Shaun Edgerley. Adviser CHASE Operations Team. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Professor William John Edmunds. Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. For services to Infectious Disease Control particularly the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa.

Stephen Paul Edwards. Senior Project manager Manchester, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Public Sector Change Programmes. (Greater Manchester)

Idris Elba. Actor. For services to Drama. (London)

David Philip Ereira. Chairman Insolvency Service and vice chairman of Trustees, Marie Curie. For services to the Insolvency Regime and to Charity. (London)

Councillor Tudor Evans. Leader, Plymouth City Council. For political service and services to Local Government. (Plymouth, Devon)

Ms Gay Huey Evans. Financial Services and Regulatory Expert. For services to Financial Services and Diversity. (London)

Dr Josephine Farrar. Chief executive, Bath and North East Somerset Council. For services to Local Government. (Bath, Somerset)

Councillor Peter Fleming. Leader, Sevenoaks District Council and lately chairman, Improvement and Innovation Board, Local Government Association. For services to Local Government. (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Ms (Betty) Ann Flintham. Magistrate and lately Deputy chief executive Magistrates' Association. For services to the Administration of Justice. (London)

Ms Katherine Foster. Senior Humanitarian Adviser, Department for International Development. For services in to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. Alan William FRAME. head of Customer Management, HM Passport Office. For services to Public Administration. (London)

Christopher Clive Froome. Professional Road Racing Cyclist. For services to Cycling.

Mrs Georgette Fulton. For services to Care of Police Survivors, St. Andrew's First Aid and the community in New Cumnock, Ayrshire. (New Cummnock, Ayrshire and Arran)

Dr John Calum Macdonald Gillies. Formerly chairman, Royal College of General Practitioners Scotland. For services to General Practice. (Selkirk, Scottish Borders)

Dr Christine Alexandra Goodall. Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Glasgow and Co-founder, Medics Against Violence. For services to Violence Prevention and Support. (Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire)

Mrs Sarah Louisa Goodall. Deputy director, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement. (Southam, Warwickshire)

Benjamin Charles Goss. Chairman, Give Them a Sporting Chance and Founder, The Chaffinch Trust. For services to People with Disabilities and Disadvantaged People in the UK and Abroad. (Elgin, Moray)

Mrs Nicola Ann Gott. Founder and director, SHE'S GOTT IT. For services to Women into Business and Female Entrepreneurship in the North East. (Chester le Street, Durham)

Stephen Groves. National head of Preparedness Resilience and Response, NHS England. For services to Public Health. (Corbridge, Northumberland)

Piers Inigo Haggard. For services to Film Television and Theatre. (London)

Andrew Haines. Chief executive, Civil Aviation Authority. For services to Transport. (East Hanney, Oxfordshire)

Dr Jennifer Margaret Harries. Director, South of England, Public Health England. For services to Public Health. (Monmouth, Gwent)

Jeffrey Martin Hart. Formerly head, Dangerous Goods Division, Department for Transport. For services to Transport. (London)

Dr Roger John Head. For services to charity and to the community in Gloucestershire. (Highnam, Gloucestershire)

Ms Ann Hebden. Formerly Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Mrs Karen Henning. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Ms Joanna Van Heyningen. For services to Architecture and the Built Environment. (London)

Mrs Catherine Mary Hill. Deputy Principal, Blackpool and The Fylde College. For services to Further Education. (Accrington, Lancashire)

Robert Holt. For services to Disabled and Disadvantaged People in the UK and Abroad. (London)

Professor Maurice Howard. Professor of Art History, University of Sussex. For services to Higher Education and Architectural Heritage. (Brighton, East Sussex)

Robert Ellis Howden. President, British Cycling. For services to Cycling. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)

Professor Amanda Caroline Howe. Professor of Primary Care, University of East Anglia and president-Elect, World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA). For services to Primary Care. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Ms Grace Jackson. Sierra Leone Programme manager, Department for International Development. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, Oxfordshire)

Miss Pauline Andrea Jarvis. CCTV Evidence Investigator, Nottinghamshire Police. For services to Policing and Major Crime Investigations. (Arnold, Nottinghamshire)

Councillor Peter Charles John. Leader, Southwark Council. For political service and services to Local Government. (London)

Dr Helen Mary Jones. Headteacher, Beacon Hill School and Business and Enterprise College, Tyne and Wear. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Gateshead, Tyne and Wear)

Wayne Jones. Chief executive Officer, MAN PrimeServ Diesel. For services to the North West and Supporting Young People. (Stockport, Cheshire)

Richard Ladd-Jones. Grade 6 Ministry of Defence. For services in support of Defence Policy and Operations. (Southampton, Hampshire)

David Robert Jordan. Formerly Executive director of Operations, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment and International Environmental Protection. (Winchester, Hampshire)

Ms Ruth Kaufman. For services to Operational Research. (London)

Ms Rosaleen Clare Kerslake. Chief executive, The Prince's Regeneration Trust. For services to British Heritage. (London)

Edmund King. President, the Automobile Association. For services to Road Safety. (St Albans, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Carolyn Kirby. President, Mental Health Review Tribunal for Wales and chairman, Cancer Information Support Services, South West Wales. For services to Justice and Cancer Care. (Gower, Swansea)

Mrs Judith Kirkland. Chief executive Officer, Business Enterprise Support Ltd. For services to Business and Enterprise in Staffordshire. (Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffordshire)

Dr Emrys Kirkman. Principal Scientist, Physiology, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. For services in Support of Military Medical Treatment. (Shrewton, Wiltshire)

Mrs Bernadette Knill. Formerly Headteacher, Priory Woods Special School, Middlesbrough. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs. (Coxhoe, Durham)

Mrs Daljit Lally. Deputy chief executive, Northumberland County Council and Joint Executive director, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Integrated Care. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Clive Allen Lawton. For services to the Jewish Community particularly through Limmud UK. (London)

Mrs Marion Naomi Little. Campaign Specialist, Conservative Party. For political service.

Ms Paulette Long. For services to the Music Industry. (London)

Trevor Anthony Long. Formerly chief Enforcement Officer Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Law Enforcement and voluntary service. (Belfast)

Mrs Jennifer Jane Lonsdale. Director, Environmental Investigation Agency. For services to the Environment particularly Whales and Dolphins Protection. (Great Ryburgh, Norfolk)

Professor Nancy Adeline Loucks. Chief executive Families Outside and Visiting Professor, University of Strathclyde Centre for Law, Crime and Justice. For services to Education and Human Rights. (Cleghorn, Lanarkshire)

Norman MacDonald, QGM. Formerly Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Roderick MacDonald. For services to Consultancy and Engineering. (London)

Dr Daniel Stuart Martin. Critical Care director, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the Prevention of Infectious Diseases. (London)

Mrs Maureen Martin. Headteacher, Coloma Convent Girls' School, Croydon. For services to Education. (Surrey)

Malcolm Martineau. Pianist. For services to Music and Young Singers. (London)

Gerard Anthony Mason. Chief executive Officer, Morson Group. For services to Engineering and Design. (Mere, Cheshire)

Philip Steven Mason. Senior Anti-Corruption Adviser, Department for International Development. For services to International Anti-Corruption Policy. (Gillingham, Kent)

Michael John May. Founder and chief executive officer, Blue Sky Development and Regeneration. For services to Ex-Offenders. (London)

Brian McCarthy. Strategic Relationship manager, Innovate UK. For services to Business and Innovation. (Appleton, Oxfordshire)

William Bruce McLernon. For services to Social Care and Local Government, particularly in Carmarthenshire. (Swansea)

Gerard Arthur Damien McQuillan, MBE. Formerly Senior Adviser, Acquisitions, Exports, Loans and Collections, Acceptance in Lieu Scheme, Arts Council England. For services to Public Arts Collections. (Kent)

Professor Susan McVie, FRSE. Professor of Quantitative Criminology, University of Edinburgh and director, Applied Quantitative Methods Network in Scotland. For services to Social Sciences. (Edinburgh)

Professor Irene Helen McAra-McWilliam. Head School of Design and director, Design Innovation, Glasgow School of Art. For services to Art and Design. (Glasgow)

Peter Mileham, DL. For services to the community in Lancashire. (Preston, Lancashire)

Professor Helen Margaret Odell-Miller. Professor of Music Therapy and director Music Therapy Research Centre, Anglia Ruskin University. For services to Music Therapy. (Trumpington, Cambridgeshire)

Ms Michelle Mitchell. Chief executive, Multiple Sclerosis Society. For services to Older People and the Voluntary Sector. (London)

Mrs Pauline Monaghan. Chief executive, the Rise Trust, Chippenham. For services to Children and Families. (Corsham, Wiltshire)

John Thomas Moore. Co-ordinator, UK Fire Service Urban Search and Rescue. For services to Search and Rescue in the UK and Abroad.

Malcolm Morley. Chief executive, Harlow Council. For services to Local Government. (Woodbridge, Suffolk)

Graham Morrison. Co-Founder Allies and Morrison. For services to Architecture. (London)

Dr Norman Cecil Morrow. For services to the Pharmaceutical Profession in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Dr Patricia Jane Mucavele. Head of Nutrition, Children's Food Trust Charity. For services to Children and Families and to charity. (Wisbech, Cambridgeshire)

Jonathan Andrew McFie Muirhead. Chairman, Scottish Leather Group. For services to the Leather Industry. (Glasgow)

Kevin Leslie Murphy. Formerly Chair, Excel London. For services to Business Tourism. (Canterbury, Kent)

Christopher Lennox Napier. Chair, Hampshire Branch, Campaign to Protect Rural England. For services to the Environment and the Rural Community in Southern England. (Petersfield, Hampshire)

Rajender Nayyar. Policy Adviser London, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax Policy. (Middlesex)

William James Nesbitt. For services to Drama and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Terry Michael Neville. Chief Operating Officer, University of Northampton. For services to Higher Education. (Hitchin, Hertfordshire)

Keith Alistair Oliver. Formerly head of Maritime Operations, Maritime and Coastguard Agency. For services to Maritime Safety. (Southampton, Hampshire)

Ms Anne O'Reilly. Formerly manager, Women's Aid Federation Northern Ireland. For services to Older People and the Voluntary Sector. (Belfast)

Ronald Antonio O'Sullivan. Professional Snooker Player. For services to Snooker. (Chigwell, Essex)

Marc Russell Owen. Director, Border Force, Heathrow. For services to Border Security and Immigration Policy Development. (London)

Paul William Owen. Formerly chief executive, British Canoe Union. For services to Canoeing. (Wargrave, Berkshire)

David Oyelowo. Actor. For services to Drama. (London)

Mrs Helen Samantha Parrett. Principal, Bromley College of Further and Higher Education. For services to Further Education. (Kent)

Mrs Kala Patel. Managing director, Kiddycare Limited (Nurseries). For services to the Childcare Business. (Leicestershire)

Dr Martin Julian Pearce. Fellow, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory. For services in Support of Military Operations. (Stockbridge, Hampshire)

Mrs Sally Peck. For services to the community through Education and Sport in Bedford and the Eastern Region. (St. Neots, Cambridgeshire)

Daniel Peltz. For philanthropic and charitable services. (London)

Mrs Lynne Alison Pepper. Headteacher, Herringthorpe Infants School, Rotherham, and Enterprise Champion. For services to Education. (Rotherham, South Yorkshire)

Professor Alison Jean Petch. Formerly director, Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Sciences. For services to Social Services in Scotland. (Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty)

Mrs Susan Patricia Pettigrew. Director, St. Michael's Fellowship, London. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Ian William Pigott. Farmer and Founder, Open Farm Sunday and chairman, Farming and Countryside Education. For services to Agricultural and Countryside Education. (Harpenden, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Carolyn Mary Elizabeth Pike. Director of Legal Services, University of Birmingham. For services to Higher Education and Legal Services. (Worcester, Worcestershire)

Dr Spencer Simpson Pitfield. Volunteer, Conservative Party. For political service. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

John William Raine. Head, Port Loko District Ebola Response Centre, Sierra Leone. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (Cambridgeshire)

Mrs Prathibha Ramsingh. District Operations manager, Work Services Directorate, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Jobseekers and Employer Engagement in London. (Surrey)

Mrs Janet Rees. Co-Founder, Foster Care Associates and Non-Executive director, Core Assets Group. For services to Children and Families. (Redditch, Worcestershire)

Ms Helen Richards. District Adviser, CHASE Operations Team, Kambia District Ebola Response Centre, Sierra Leone. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Col Timothy Stewart Richmond, MBE, TD, DL. For services to Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Associations and the community in Nottinghamshire. (Newark, Nottinghamshire)

Councillor John Robert Riddle. Chairman, Northumberland National Park. For services to the community, Environment, and Business in Northumberland. (Hexham, Northumberland)

Mrs Susan Margaret Riley. District manager, Merseyside Jobcentre Plus. For public service. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Dr Gillian Margaret Ring. Grade 6, Ministry of Defence. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Professor Ronald James Ritchie. Chair of Board, Cabot Learning Federation Academies Trust and lately Pro vice-Chancellor, University of the West of England. For services to Education. (Doynton, Bristol)

Paul David Roberts. Chief executive, LGBT Consortium. For services to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Communities.

Mrs Gillian Robinson. Executive Headteacher, Castle Hill School, Huddersfield. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)

Michael George Robson. District Adviser, CHASE Operations Team, Port Loko, Sierra Leone. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (Sleaford, Lincolnshire)

Peter Michael Rogers, JP. Director of Operations and Quality, 4Children, and for services to Scouting. For services to Children and Families and voluntary service to Young People. (London)

Ms Jeanette Rosa Rosenberg. Head, Sensitive Casework Team, Export Control Organisation and Chair, Disability Advisory Group, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. (Middlesex)

The Reverend Professor Kenneth Rankin Ross. Chair, Scotland Malawi Partnership. For services to the community in Malawi and to Scottish-Malawi Relations. (Oban, Highland)

Ms Jacqueline Mary Rowell. Network manager, Universal Credit Operations Directorate, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Public Administration. (Wallaton, Nottinghamshire)

Robin Rowland. Chief executive, YO! Sushi. For services to the Restaurant and Hospitality Industry. (Mickelham, Surrey)

Professor Nichola Jane Katharine Rumsey. Professor of Appearance Psychology, University of the West of England. For services to People Affected by an Altered Appearance.

Mrs Catherine Mary Sabin. President, Lawn Tennis Association. For services to Tennis. (Much Wenlock, Shropshire)

Mrs Sandra Samuels. Councillor, Wolverhampton City Council. For political service and services to Local Government. (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

Ms Jane Thursa Sanderson. Chief executive, Drake Music Scotland. For services to Music Education and People with Disabilities. (Kirkliston, West Lothian)

Mrs Susannah Claire Schofield. For services to Small Businesses, Young People and Women in Business. (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Professor William Scott. Formerly chief Pharmaceutical Officer, Scottish Government. For services to Healthcare. (Gorebridge, Midlothian)

Ms Sally Ann Sealey. Grade 7, Integration and Faith Directorate, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Interfaith Relations and Holocaust Remembrance. (London)

Philip David Shadbolt. Managing director, Zeta Specialist Lighting Ltd. For services to Business and Innovation. (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire)

Dr Oliver John Shanley. Executive director, Quality and Safety, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Mental Health and Disabilities Nursing. (Leigh on Sea, Essex)

Dr Emily Fleur Shuckburgh. For services to Science and Public Communication of Science. (Cambridgeshire)

Professor David Sigsworth. Formerly chairman, Scottish Environment Protection Agency. For services to the Environment and Sustainable Futures. (South Queensferry, West Lothian)

Gurmukh Singh. Patron, Khalsa Aid. For services to Community Cohesion and charity. (Surrey)

Ms Danielle Skelley. Director, Asset Management, Transport for London. For services to Transport in the UK.

Paul Anthony Smith. For charitable services. (Portsmouth, Hampshire)

Professor Stephen William Smye. Theme Lead, National Institute of Health Research, Clinical Research Network. For services to Healthcare Research. (Escrick, North Yorkshire)

Col Carron Edward Mordaunt Snagge. Chief executive, Reserve Forces and Cadets Association, Yorkshire and the Humber. For services to the Reserves and Cadets. (Fulford, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Lesley Spuhler. Chief executive, Foundation of Light. For services to Education and Improving Lives in the North East. (Washington, Tyne and Wear)

Ms Jessica Macdonal Steele. Director, Jericho Road Solutions. For services to Community Assets in the UK.

Ms Giselle Elizabeth Stewart. For services to the Computer Games Industry in the North East. (Ponteland, Northumberland)

Ms Sarah Lesley Stewart. Chief executive, NewcastleGateshead Initiative. For services to the Economy in the North East. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Annabel Margaret Lady Stilgoe. For charitable services. (Oxted, Surrey)

Mrs Patricia Helen Ann Straughen. For services to charity and Cancer Care in the North East of Scotland. (Aberdeen)

Mrs Heather Patricia Strawbridge. Chair, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Health and Care. (Bridgwater, Somerset)

Professor John Phillip Sumpter. Professor of Ecotoxicology and head Institute for the Environment, Brunel University. For services to the Science of Ecotoxicology in the Aquatic Environment. (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)

Professor Kathleen Elizabeth Tanner. Professor of Biomedical Materials University of Glasgow. For services to Biomedical Engineering.

Paul Tennant. Chief executive Officer, Orbit. For services to Housing. (Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire)

Ian Thornley. Non-Executive director, Remploy Ltd. For services to Disabled People. (Petworth, West Sussex)

Charles Basil Tilley. Chief executive Officer, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. For services to the Economy. (London)

Dr Nicholas Roden Todd. Inspector, Education and Training Inspectorate, Department of Education, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Ms Jane Tomkinson. Chief executive, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to NHS Financial Management. (Whitchurch, Shropshire)

Councillor Katharine Tracey. Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services, Wandsworth Borough Council. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Dr Alan Turnbull. Senior Fellow, Electrochemistry and Corrosion, National Physical Laboratory. For services to Science and Industry. (Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex)

Professor Meena Upadhyaya. For services to Medical Genetics and the Welsh Asian community. (Cyncoed, Cardiff)

John Christian Varley, TD. Estate director, Clinton Devon Estates. For services to Agriculture, the Environment and the Rural Community. (Sidmouth, Devon)

Cedric Philip Wake. Chief executive, Nautical Institute. For services to the Maritime Industry. (London)

Councillor Keith Ivor Wakefield. Formerly Leader, Leeds City Council. For political service and services to Local Government. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Professor Annalu Waller. Chair, Human Communication Technologies, University of Dundee. For services to people with Complex Communication Needs. (Dundee)

Richard John Ward. Head of Offender Learning, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For services to Adult Education. (Kempston, Bedfordshire)

Andrew Ronald Watson. Detective Sergeant, Thames Valley Police. For services to Policing and Counter Terrorism. (Clinton, Buckinghamshire)

Richard Wentworth Watson. Founder and director, Energise Sussex Coast. For services to the community in Sussex. (St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex)

Councillor John Keith Weighell. Formerly Leader, North Yorkshire County Council. For services to Local Government. (Bedale, North Yorkshire)

Michael Arthur Welch. Founder, Blackcircles.com. For services to Business and voluntary service to Adoption and Fostering.

Ms Christine Ann Wellington, MBE. Former Triathlete, and Ironman World Champion. For services to Sport and charity. (Bristol)

Ms Angela White. Chief executive, Sefton Council for Voluntary Service. For services to Community Action. (York, North Yorkshire)

Professor Paul Ellis White. Formerly Deputy vice-Chancellor, University of Sheffield. For services to Higher Education. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Michael John Whitehouse. Chief Operating Officer, National Audit Office. For services to Public Sector Audit. (Pyrford, Surrey)

Gary John Wilder. Executive Headteacher, Furze Warren Hard Federation, Romford. For services to Education. (Chelmsford, Essex)

Miss Antonia Katharine Williams. Formerly Deputy head, Policy Unit, Prime Minister's Office. For public service. (London)

Gareth James Williams. For public and voluntary service in Wales. (Treoes, The Vale of Glamorgan)

Peter Bryan Gurmin Williams. For services to Poverty Reduction, particularly through the Trust for London. (London)

Ms Venessa Willms. Director of Primary Education, ARK Schools. For services to Education. (Maidstone, Kent)

Dr Alan Roy Willson. Formerly director, the 1000 Lives Improvement Service, Public Health Wales. For services to the Quality and Safety of Healthcare in Wales. (Swansea)

Ms Denise Wilson. Chief executive Officer, Lord Davies' Steering Group. For services to Women and Equality. (Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire)

Godfrey James Worsdale. Formerly director and chief executive, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. For services to Visual Arts in the North East. (Durham)

Mrs Janetta Wray (Janetta Hunter). Director, Housing Rights Service. For services to the Community in Northern Ireland.

Mrs Anita Zabludowicz. Philanthropist. For services to the Arts. (London)

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Stephen Thomas Richard Absalom. Chair, Dyfryn Clydach Volunteers. For services to the community and to the Environment in Neath Port Talbot. (Neath Abbey, Neath Port Talbot)

David William Acheson. Trustee, Police Roll of Honour Trust. For services to the Families of Police Officers and to charity. (Stirling and Falkirk)

Peter Robin Adams. Verderer, Epping Forest. For voluntary services to the Conservation of Flora and Fauna in South West Essex and East London. (Loughton, Essex)

Miss Rula Al-Adasani. For charitable services. (London)

Fayyaz Ahmed. For services to Interfaith and Community Cohesion in Preston. (Preston, Lancashire)

Ms Zlakha Ahmed. Chief executive, Apna Haq. For services to Women's Rights and Community Cohesion in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. (Rotherham, South Yorkshire)

Christopher Phillip Aitken. Higher Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (Telford, Shropshire)

Mrs Barbara Mary Anderson. For services to Education. (London)

Mrs Yvonne Janet Anderson. Vice-Chair, Special Olympics Scotland. For services to the Special Olympics. (Roslin, Midlothian)

Ms Catherine Arlidge. For services to Music Education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Mrs Julie Catherine Armstrong. Higher Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (Wimborne, Dorset)

Mrs Jacqueline Arnold. Deputy Chair, Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership and head of Strategy, BAE Systems Submarine. For services to the Economy in Cumbria. (Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria)

Mrs Cyd McCarthy-Arrill. Regional director, Hull and Yorkshire, Barchester Healthcare. For services to People with Learning Disabilities and Complex Needs in Hull and Yorkshire.

Mrs Kim Arrowsmith. Manager, Matchbox Day Nursery, Tower Hamlets. For services to Children and Families. (Sheerness, Kent)

Mrs Dolores Bray-Ash, JP. Chair, Early Years Network Tower Hamlets and vice-Chair of Governors, Charles Darwin School, Bromley. For services to Children and Families. (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Ian Michael Ashbolt. For services to the community in Cheshire and Staffordshire. (Betley, Staffordshire)

Ahmed Jamal Nasir Awan. Chief executive Officer, Awan Marketing International. For services to Business and International Trade. (Staffordshire)

Mrs Hedy-Joy Babani. For charitable services to Disabled and Disadvantaged Children. (Middlesex)

Mrs Christine Judith Bailey. For services to the community in Cheshire. (Crewe, Cheshire)

John Leonard Hawthorne Bailey. For services to the community in Wellingborough Northamptonshire. (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire)

Marc Bailey. Commercial director, Moflash Signalling Ltd. For services to Business and International Trade. (Henley in Arden, Warwickshire)

Milena Lady Grenfell-Baines. Fundraiser and Patron, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. For services to Music. (Preston, Lancashire)

James Milne Banks. For services to Bagpiping and voluntary service in Scotland. (Markinch, Fife)

Mrs Patricia Margaret Blackett Barber. For voluntary services to Armed Forces Heritage. (Essex)

Mrs Beverley Barclay. Director of Clinical Services, The J's Hospice, Essex. For services to Nursing, particularly Young Adults with Life-Limiting Conditions. (Kent)

Jonathan Havelock Barden. For Humanitarian services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa particularly through UK-Med. (London)

Mrs Jacqueline Anne Barnett. Foster Carer, Hertfordshire County Council. For services to Children and Families. (Borehamwood, Hertfordshire)

John Barrowman. Vice president, High-Horsepower Manufacturing, Cummins Inc. For services to the Manufacturing Industry.

David Anthony John Bartlett. Founder, Pear Tree Projects. For services to Children and Young People in the North East. (Bolam, Durham)

Philip Vincent-Barwood. Chairman, the Prospects Foundation. For services to the Environment and the community in Hyndburn, Lancashire. (Accrington, Lancashire)

Robert Charles Bass. Head of Classics, Orwell Park School, Ipswich. For services to Education. (Orwell Park, Suffolk)

Mrs Linda Ann Bateman. Deputy chief Caseworker, UK Visas and Immigration, Home Office. For public service and services to the Supportive Treatment of Migrants in the UK. (Warrington, Cheshire)

George Robert Batts. National secretary and Treasurer, Normandy Veterans Association. For voluntary service to Veterans. (Maidstone, Kent)

Mrs Carolyn Baxendale. For services to Music and to the community in Bolton. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Helen Baynham. Owner, The Cottage Kindergarten, Helensburgh. For services to Pre-school Education. (Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute)

Ian Alexander Moore Beattie. For services to charity and to the community in Bristol. (Stoke Bishop, Bristol)

Ian Hugh Beggs. For services to Rugby. (Belfast)

Miss Felicity Belfield. For services to Supporting Musicians and Dancers. (Dorset)

Clifford Alan Bennett. Foster Carer, Wolverhampton City Council. For services to Children and Families. (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

Mrs Jacqueline Bennett. Foster Carer, Wolverhampton City Council. For services to Children and Families. (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)

Mrs Margherita Joan Biller. Head of Mathematics, York College. For services to Mathematics in Further Education. (York, North Yorkshire)

Mervyn John Bishop. For services to Victim Support and to Young People in East and North Yorkshire. (Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire)

David Anthony Blackiston. Formerly Grade 7, Corporate Services, Home Office. For services to Major Incident Administration. (Harwich, Essex)

Colin Blair. Director of Estates and Facilities, University of Huddersfield. For services to Higher Education and the community in Huddersfield. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)

Dr Nisreen Hanna Booya. Formerly Medical director, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare particularly Mental Health. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)

Patrick Borer. Architect, Centre for Alternative Technology. For services to Architecture. (Croesoswallit, Powys)

Anthony Robert William Bostock. Chief executive, Severn Rivers Trust. For services to Angling and the Environment in the River Severn Catchment Area. (Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire)

Mrs Ailsa Margaret Bosworth. Chief executive and Founder, National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society. For services to People with Rheumatoid Arthritis. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)

Mrs Carol Mary Bottomley. Higher Executive Officer, West Midlands Regional Team, Academies Group, Department for Education. For services to Education and voluntary service to Sport in Darlington. (Darlington, Durham)

Robert Edward Brain. For charitable services to the community in Nelson Caerphilly. (Nelson, Caerphilly)

Terence Donald Bravin. For voluntary and charitable services to Young People in South West Wales. (Gorseinon, Swansea)

Ms Rebecca Bright. Founder, Therapy Box. For services to App Development for People with Communication Difficulties. (London)

Frederick Wood-Brignall. For services to the community in Lydd and Romney Marsh, Kent. (Romney Marsh, Kent)

Damian John Broughton. Co-founder and managing director, Danbro. For services to Small Businesses and Sole Traders and to the community in Lancashire. (Preston, Lancashire)

Mrs Helen Broughton. Co-founder and director of People and Standards, Danbro. For services to Small Businesses and Sole Traders and to the community in Lancashire. (Preston, Lancashire)

Mrs Susan Mary Broughton. Formerly Acting Chair of the Trustee Board, Deaf Education Through Listening and Talking charity. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs.

Mrs Marion Denise Brown. For services to the community in Hertfordshire. (St. Albans, Hertfordshire)

Miss Sandra Ann Brown. For services to Culture and the community in Bridport Dorset. (Bridport, Dorset)

Timothy John Brown. Managing director, Superior Group Ltd. For services to Business and Apprenticeships and charitable services in Southern England. (Poole, Dorset)

Jeffrey Brownhut. For services to the Leisure and Tourism Industry in Northern Ireland. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Roger David Bucknall. For services to Guitar Making Music and Heritage Crafts. (Penrith, Cumbria)

David Barlow Buik. Financial Services Expert and Commentator. For services to Financial Services. (London)

Barry Bullas. For services to Public Administration and charity. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Anthony Frederick Burgess. Chairman, Harper Adams University Development Trust. For services to Higher Education Governance and Fundraising. (Newport, Shropshire)

Mrs Janet Burns. Chair, National Dignity Council. For services for the Promotion of Dignity in Care for All. (Great Wyrley, Staffordshire)

Ms Jane Lee Burt. For voluntary service to Carers and Criminal Justice. (London)

Mrs Sinead Butters. Chief executive, Aspire Group. For services to Housing. (Stone, Staffordshire)

Mrs Rita Byrne. Formerly School Improvement Officer, Liverpool. For services to Education. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

John Joseph Callaghan. Formerly Employee director, NHS Ayrshire and Arran. For services to Partnership Working in Healthcare. (Kilmarnock, Ayrshire and Arran)

James Ebenezer Callander. For voluntary service to Athletics. (Dumfries)

Mrs Mary Elizabeth Cameron. Chair, Ulster-Scots Community Network. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast, Antrim)

Mrs Patricia Agnes Campfield. For charitable services to the community in Southend-on-Sea. (Southend-on-Sea, Essex)

Professor Robert Carachi. Formerly Professor of Surgical Paediatrics, University of Glasgow. For services to Medicine. (Glasgow)

Dr Reginald Carr. For services to the community in Blyth Northumberland. (Blyth, Northumberland)

Anthony Emoabino Chaba. For services to Minority Ethnic Communities in Manchester. (Denton, Greater Manchester)

Ray Chapman. Coxswain, RNLI Skegness Lifeboat. For services to Maritime Safety. (Skegness, Lincolnshire)

Stuart Chapman. Development manager, Walsall Tenants and Residents Federation. For services to Tenants in Walsall, West Midlands. (Walsall, West Midlands)

Col Michael Stewart Cheetham. For services to the community in Derbyshire. (Ilkeston, Derbyshire)

Paul Anthony Chubb. Formerly Executive director, Careers England and Chair of Governors, The Dales School. For services to Career Education and Guidance. (Northallerton, North Yorkshire)

Aftab Ahmed Chughtai. For services to Business and Community Relations in Birmingham. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Mrs Dorothy Mary Clark. For services to the community in Greatham Village, County Durham. (Hartlepool, Durham)

Trevor Martin Clarke. For services to Disabled and Disadvantaged People through Outdoor Education. (Carnforth, Lancashire)

Ian Christopher Clayton. Principal, Thorpe St. Andrew School and Sixth Form, Norwich. For services to Education. (Lowestoft, Suffolk)

John Clemson. Chair, Music Therapy Works. For services to Music in Birmingham. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)

Mrs Jane Collier. Nursing Adviser for Wales. For voluntary service to First Aid through St. John Ambulance. (Pontypool, Gwent)

Miss Anne Conlon. For services to Musical Education and Conservation in the UK and Abroad. (Blackburn, Lancashire)

Mrs Delinda Virginia Conlon. Chief executive, International Centre for Life, Newcastle upon Tyne. For services to Science and Science Education in North East England. (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Gregory Martin Cook. Polling Strategist, Labour Party. For political service. (London)

Kevin Andrew Courtie. Customer Relationship manager, High Net Worth Unit, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Preventing Tax Evasion and to the Scottish Fishing Industry. (Wishaw, Lanarkshire)

David Matthew Cowell. Managing director, Melton Learning Hub, Leicestershire. For services to Vocational Education. (Anstey, Leicestershire)

Ronald Morton Crank. Formerly chief executive, Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to the Business Community in London and the South East. (Hambledon, Hampshire)

Mrs Kathleen Elizabeth Crawford. Formerly Section Leader, Scottish Schools Education Research Centre, Dunfermline. For services to Education. (Balerno, Midlothian)

Roy Croasdaile. Vice-chairman, Independent Advisory Group, Metropolitan Police, Brent. For services to Law and Order in London. (London)

Lady Rose Maureen Crossman. President, Berwick RNLI Fundraising Guild. For voluntary services to Maritime Safety. (Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland)

Mark Cueto. Formerly Winger, Sale Rugby Union Football Club. For services to Rugby Union. (Altrincham, Cheshire)

Angus Howard Cundey. Chairman, Henry Poole & Co. For services to the Bespoke Tailoring Trade and to Tailors' Charities. (Ipswich, Suffolk)

Dr Colin Currie, RD. For services to the Management of Hip Fractures in Older People. (Edinburgh)

Richard Malcolm Dale. Secretary, The Maritime Volunteer Service. For services to the Maritime Industry. (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)

David John Davies. Chairman, Regional Employer Engagement Group. For voluntary service to Reserve Forces and Cadets in Yorkshire and the Humber. (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)

Lawrence Frederick Davies. Deputy chief executive Officer, Automotive Investment Organisation. For services to the Automotive Industry and to the community in Bedfordshire. (Pirton, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Maureen Spowart Davies. Secretary of Trustees, HUTS Workshop. For voluntary service to People with Mental Health Challenges. (Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion)

Mrs Philippa Davies. Formerly Deputy director of Nursing, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. (Sandy, Bedfordshire)

Ms Stacey Serene Davis. Equality Diversity and Community Engagement manager, Crown Prosecution Service North West. For services to Law and Order particularly Equality and Diversity. (Oldham, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Stella Barbara Dean. For voluntary services to the Fishing Community in Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight. (New Milton, Hampshire)

Mrs Kathleen Carroll Derbyshire. For services to the community in Preston, Lancashire. (Preston, Lancashire)

Edwin John Derriman. Founding chairman and Trustee, National Lobster Hatchery, Padstow and lately chief Fisheries Officer, Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority. (Penzance, Cornwall)

Mrs Avril Mary Devaney. Director of Nursing, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing of People with Mental Health Problems. (Holywell, Flintshire)

Mrs Mary Christine Devine. For voluntary services to the community in Castlemilk, Glasgow. (Glasgow)

Maurice John Devine. Assistant head, Health and Social Care Clinical Education Centre. For services to the Nursing Profession and the Field of Learning Disabilities. (Antrim)

Mrs Hilary Dobbie. Formerly Principal, Moor House School and College, Oxted, Surrey. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Tunbridge Wells, Kent)

Maurice Bruce Dodd. Volunteer, North East of Scotland Fire Heritage Trust. For voluntary service to the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in the North East of Scotland. (Bucksburn, Aberdeen)

Roger Jolyon David Dodgson. For services to Music and to the Rural Community in Cumbria.

Ms Claire Doherty. Founder, Situations. For services to the Arts in South West England.

Brian James Doick. President, National Association for Park Home Residents. For services to the Park Home Industry. (Steyning, West Sussex)

Henry Donn. For services to the community in Manchester. (Whitefield, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Shirley Nadine Dooley. Formerly Immigration Officer, Immigration, Compliance and Enforcement Team East Midlands, Immigration Enforcement, Home Office. For services to the Immigration (Ilkeston, Derbyshire)

Francis Joseph Doran. For services to the community in Liverpool. (Rainhill, Merseyside)

John Forrest Youden Duffy. For services to charity and the community in Southport Merseyside. (Southport, Merseyside)

Ms Janice Carol Eaglesham. Co-Founder, Red Star Athletics Club. For services to Disability Sport. (Cambuslang, Glasgow)

Mrs Sallie Jane Eastick. Chief executive, Musical Keys. For services to Families with Children with Severe and Life Limiting Disabilities. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Brian Robert Edwards. Councillor, South Staffordshire Council. For services to Local Government. (Stourton, Staffordshire)

Mrs Edwina Mary Edwards. Chief executive, Bakewell and Eyam Community Transport. For services to the community in Derbyshire. (Bakewell, Derbyshire)

Michael Bernard Elkerton. For services to People with Disabilities and to charity in North West England. (Prenton, Merseyside)

Reverend Paul Anthony Epton. For services to the community and Building Regeneration in Birkenhead Merseyside. (Prenton, Merseyside)

Ian Eva. Apprentice manager, Jaguar Land Rover. For services to Vocational Education. (Solihull, West Midlands)

Mrs Anne-Marie Evans. For services to Botanical Art and Education. (Stamford, Lincolnshire)

Stephen Mark Evans. Paramedic, North West Ambulance Service. For services to First Response and voluntary service to Young People. (Runcorn, Cheshire)

Peter Gregory Eversden. Chair, London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies. For services to Community Engagement in Planning for London. (London)

Commodore William David Murray Fairbairn. Director of Technical Support, Offshore Fleet, Sea Cadet Corps. For services to Young People. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)

Jeremy Paul Farrell. Formerly Principal, Macosquin Primary School, Coleraine. For services to Education. (Down)

Roger Arnold Fennemore. Director, SportsAid Eastern. For services to Sport. (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire)

Christopher Mark Fenwick. For political service. (Pangbourne, Berkshire)

Mrs Julie Flaherty. Nurse consultant, Paediatric Assessment and Decision Area, Salford Royal Foundation Trust. For services to Paediatric Nursing in Greater Manchester. (Blackley, Greater Manchester)

Roger William Flitcroft. For services to Scouting, the Samaritans and the Freemasons. (Blackburn, Lancashire)

Mrs Ann Marie Forbes. Teacher of Science, The Hertfordshire and Essex High School. For services to Education in the UK and Uganda. (Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire)

Ian Forbes. For voluntary service to the RUCGC Foundation. (Down)

Professor Alfred Paul Forster. Formerly Chair, Prostate Cancer UK. For services to Patients with Prostate Cancer. (Ley Hill, Buckinghamshire)

John Fothergill. Formerly Grade 7, International Deployment, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Immigration and Border Management. (Brighton, East Sussex)

(Cyril) Jeffrey Fox. For services to the Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and charitable service. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

Carl Frampton. For services to Boxing. (London)

Ms Vivian June Isoult French. Author. For services to Literature Literacy, Illustration and the Arts. (Edinburgh)

Ms Elizabeth Susan Friend. Head, Sheffield Central Drafting Unit, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For services to Public Administration, Customer Service and voluntary services. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Dr Rachel Jane Furley. Paediatrician, Cambridgeshire. For services to Sick and Disabled Children in the UK and Belarus. (Linton, Cambridgeshire)

The Honourable Heather Margaret Anne Galloway Galbraith. For services to Equestrianism in Ayrshire. (Mauchline, Ayrshire and Arran)

Mrs Pamela Bruce Gallant. For services to People with Special Needs in Aberdeen particularly through Sport. (Aberdeen)

Shaun Gettings. Formerly Prison Officer, HM Prison Frankland. For services to Prisoners. (Consett, Durham)

Lawrence Gibbons. Manager, Organised Crime Command, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement particularly Tackling the Illegal Drugs Trade. (Middlesex)

Mrs Kathleen Philomena Gilbert. Foster Carer, Peterborough City Council. For services to Children and Families. (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)

Philip John Gilbert. Foster Carer, Peterborough City Council. For services to Children and Families. (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)

Ms Deborah Glover. Editor, Primary Care Nursing Review. For services to Nursing and Nursing Journalism. (London)

Ms Rita Ann Gooch. International Liaison Officer, National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement. (London)

Keith Edward Goodger. For services to The Air Training Corps and to the community in Hampton Middlesex. (Middlesex)

Mrs Rosalind Diane Elizabeth Gordon. Support Team manager, Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat, Cabinet Office. For services to Public Administration. (London)

Mrs Linda June Gorn. Chair, Keith Kilt and Textile Centre. For services to the Economy in Banffshire. (Keith, Banffshire)

Donald Edward Graham. Vocational Programme manager, Foxes Academy, Minehead. For services to Vocational Training for Young Adults with Learning Disabilities. (Minehead, Somerset)

Jeremy Clayton Grammer, RD. Chairman of Commissioners, Teignmouth Harbour Commission. For voluntary services to Teignmouth Habour Users. (Newton Abbott, Devon)

Mrs Barbara Ann Gray. For voluntary service to the community in Oxfordshire through the Women's Institute. (Oxfordshire)

Mrs Barbara Caroline Green. Senior Executive Officer, Department of Energy and Climate Change. For services to the Development of Energy Policy and voluntary service to the community. (Middlesex)

Mrs Barbara Kathleen Green. Principal, Beechlawn Special School. For services to Special Education. (Aghalee, Antrim)

Miss Karen Lynn Green. For services to Young People in Wirral and West Cheshire. (Hoole Village, Cheshire)

Richard Paul Griffin. Director, Institute of Vocational Learning and Workforce Research, Buckinghamshire New University. For services to Health and Care. (London)

Mrs Philippa Claire Griffith. For voluntary and public service to the community in Shrewsbury and Shropshire. (Corwen, Denbighshire)

Mrs Joanne Lesley Griffiths. For services to Young People and the community in St. Helens, Merseyside. (St. Helens, Merseyside)

Nigel James Grimshaw. Chief Superintendent, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Richard John Groom. For services to the community particularly Disabled Young People. (Shipley, West Sussex)

Colin Trevor Gurnett. For voluntary service to the community in Kent. (Kent)

Andrew Graham Guy. Formerly chief executive Officer, Ed's Easy Diner. For services to the Hospitality Industry and charity. (London)

Mrs Maria Teresa Hackett. Head of the Training Department, South West College. For services to Skills Development in South West Northern Ireland. (Dungannon, Tyrone)

Mrs Joan Patricia Anne Hailes. For services to Journalism, Broadcasting and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Mrs Linette Denise Haines. Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (Newport, Gwent)

Malcolm Copley Hall. Founder and managing director, Hall-Fast Industrial Supplies Ltd. For services to Business. (Nottinghamshire)

Paul Yeomans Hamey. Head of Exposure Branch, Chemicals Regulation Directorate, Health and Safety Executive. For services to the Regulation of Pesticides. (Great Ouseburn, North Yorkshire)

Andrew Scott Hamilton. Shipyard director, Babcock Marine. For services to Economic Regeneration and Community Empowerment. (Glasgow)

Mrs Maxine Hammond. Higher Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Service Personnel and their Families. (Woodbridge, Suffolk)

Keith Michael Hampson. For services to Young People in Manchester through Scouting. (Stockport, Cheshire)

Frederick John Hanson. Foster Carer Herefordshire Council. For services to Children and Families. (Leominster, Herefordshire)

Ms Marie Hanson. For services to Young People and to Survivors of Abuse in Wandsworth. (London)

Mrs Violet Shirley Hanson. Foster Carer, Herefordshire Council. For services to Children and Families. (Leominster, Herefordshire)

Mrs Wilma Carol Grant Harper. Director, Corporate and Forestry Support Division, Forestry Commission. For public and voluntary services to the Forestry Sector. (Edinburgh)

Ms Clare Elizabeth Harrigan. Chair of the Board of Governors, Leeds College of Building. For services to Further Education and the Construction Industry. (West Yorkshire)

Mrs Gertrude Elizabeth Cairns (Trudi) Harris. Formerly Chair of Trustees, Cherry Trees Respite Care, East Clandon, Surrey. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Roy Harrison. President Irish Cricket Union. For voluntary service to Cricket in Northern Ireland. (Craigavon, Armagh)

Peter Duncan Haworth. Chair of Governors, Woodfall Primary School, Little Neston, Cheshire. For services to Education. (Little Neston, Cheshire)

John Charles Hayes. For services to the community in Bishopthorpe Road York. (York, North Yorkshire)

Miss Ayesha Hazarika. Chief of Staff to the Deputy Leader Labour Party. For political service. (London)

Dr Charles Thomas Heatley. GP and Clinical director for Elective Care NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to Primary Healthcare. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Bradley Hemmings. Artistic director, Greenwich and Docklands International Festival. For services to Culture and Disability Arts particularly in London. (London)

Mrs Margaret Ann Hickish. Access and Inclusion manager, Network Rail. For services to People with Disabilities. (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire)

Stephen Neil Hodgkinson. For services to the community in Congleton Cheshire. (Congleton, Cheshire)

Ms Claire Hodgson. Chief executive, Diverse City. For services to Inclusion and Integration in the Arts and Cultural Sectors. (Swanage, Dorset)

David Peter Hong. Optometrist. For services to Optometry particularly voluntary service to Optometry Abroad. (Newport)

Mrs Elaine Hopkins. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Patrick Barron Hopkirk. Patron, SKIDZ. For services to Motoring and Young People. (Penn, Buckinghamshire)

Brian Michael Hosier. For services to the Scout Association and the community in London. (Christchurch, Dorset)

Miss Stephanie Jayne Houghton. Captain, England Women's Football Team and Manchester City Women's Football Club. For services to Football. (Shotton Colliery, Durham)

Mrs Linda Houston. Higher Executive Officer, Academies Group, Infrastructure and Funding Directorate, Department for Education. For public and voluntary service. (Darlington, Durham)

Christopher Howard. Formerly Chair of Governors, Saxon Wood School, Basingstoke. For services to Special Educational Needs. (Basingstoke, Hampshire)

Martin Philip Howarth. Assistant director, Children's Services and Departmental Strategy Directorate, Department for Education. For services to Children and Education. (Kent)

Sydney John Howarth. For services to the community in Newton Aycliffe County Durham. (Newton Aycliffe, Durham)

John Howe. For services to Diabetes UK and the community in Trafford Manchester.

Mrs Jane Carol Howorth. Chief executive Officer, British Hen Welfare Trust. For services to Battery Hen Welfare. (South Molton, Devon)

Anthony Joseph Hubbard. For services to Heritage and the community in Woodbridge Suffolk. (Woodbridge, Suffolk)

David Hughes. For services to charity. (Houghton le Spring, Tyne and Wear)

Nigel Auriol Hughes. Vice chairman, Victoria Business Improvement District. For services to the Business Community in London. (Surrey)

Stephen Paul Humble. Teaching Fellow in PGCE Maths, Newcastle University and Freelance Maths consultant. For services to Education. (Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

John Hutchison. For services to People with Learning Disabilities. (Abingdon, Oxfordshire)

Christopher Hutton. Chief Financial Officer, City of London Academies and Facilitator, Academy Finance Directors' Forum. For services to Education. (Hawkhurst, Kent)

Ms Alina Ibragimova. Violinist. For services to Music. (London)

Mrs Gail Inglis. Magistrate and Chair, North and West Cumbria Bench. For services to the Administration of Justice and the community in Cumbria. (Cockermouth, Cumbria)

Mrs Lucille Ingman. Chair, Leeswood Nightingale House Hospice Fundraising Group. For services to the community and to charity in Leeswood, Flintshire. (Leeswood, Flintshire)

Ms Doreen Anne Irving. Service Delivery manager, Department of Facilities, House of Commons. For parliamentary services. (London)

Mrs Sonia Jacob. For services to the Magistracy and the Voluntary Sector in West Sussex. (Rustington, West Sussex)

Mrs Rosalie Mary James. For services to Agriculture in Wales. (Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire)

Ms Elizabeth Claire Jamieson. Head of Student Dyslexia Services, University College London. For services to Students with Dyslexia and Dyspraxia in UK Higher Education. (London)

Mrs Jeanette De Beir Jarratt. For services to the community in Birmingham, West Midlands. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Ms Oluwayemisi Olivia Jenkins. Officer, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security and Wellbeing in the Workplace. (Grays, Essex)

Martin Dudley Johnson, JP. Councillor, Wandsworth Borough Council. For services to Local Government. (London)

Mrs Susan Johnson, JP. Chair, Macmillan Cancer Support Hyndburn Fundraising Committee and Area Chair, East Lancashire Committees. For services to Supporting Patients with Cancer. (Accrington, Lancashire)

Professor Michael Andrew Henry Johnston. Chief executive, Dairy Council for Northern Ireland. For services to the Dairy Industry in Northern Ireland. (Ballyclare, Antrim)

Mrs Enid Stella Jones. For services to the community in Dorchester, Dorset. (Dorchester, Dorset)

Mrs Gaynor Jones. For voluntary service to Golf and the Development of Women's Golf in Wales. (Mold, Flintshire)

Lyndon Richard Jones. Deputy chairman, Welsh Conservative Party and chairman, Gower Conservative Association. For political service. (Gowerton, Swansea)

Mrs Elizabeth Tina Jones. Owner and manager, Tiny Tots Nursery, Prestatyn. For services to Childcare and Early Learning in Denbighshire. (Denbighshire)

Mrs Bryony Jordan. Formerly Advanced Practitioner in Occupational Therapy, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. For services to Occupational Therapy for Children with Disabilities. (Ponthir, Torfaen)

John Michael Joseph. For services to Disadvantaged Young People and to People with Disabilities in the Jewish Community. (London)

Michael Josephson. North West Divisional vice president, NSPCC. For charitable services to Children. (Alderley Edge, Cheshire)

Michael Anthony Breitheamh Judge. For services to charity Coventry University and the community in Dunchurch, Warwickshire. (Rugby, Warwickshire)

Gurmeet Kalsi. Building Services Engineer, Palace of Westminster. For parliamentary services and voluntary services to the Sikh Community in Surrey.

Arnold Mark Kaplan. For charitable services particularly through the Gentlemen's Night Out. (Solihull, West Midlands)

Mrs Priscilla Anne Kealy. For services to the community in Ripon, North Yorkshire. (Ripon, North Yorkshire)

Ms Janet Ashley Kelly. Deputy Launching Authority, RNLI. For services to Maritime Safety. (Englefield Green, Surrey)

Professor Roger John Kemp. Professorial Fellow, Engineering Department, University of Lancaster. For services to Engineering. (Lancashire)

Miss Miranda Kirschel. For services to Equal Opportunities in the Nuclear Industry. (Surrey)

Stephen Alex Knox. Formerly Independent Monitoring Board Member, HM Prison Morton Hall. For services to Prisoners. (Hilcote, Derbyshire)

Mrs Maralyn Barton-Kronman. Head of Costume Workrooms, Royal Opera House. For services to the Performing Arts. (London)

Adrian Michael Koe. For voluntary service to Young People through the Downside Fisher Youth Club Bermondsey, London. (Barton, Cambridgeshire)

Mrs Eva Margaret Lambert. For services to Sport, Education and Health in the community in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)

Councillor David Anthony Lancaster. Councillor, Salford City Council. For services to the community in Salford and charitable services to Elderly People through the Salfordian Hotel Trust. (Salford, Lancashire)

Mrs Rosemary Lancaster. For charitable services through the Lancaster Foundation.

John Victor Laverick. Vice-president, Wilts and Berks Canal Trust. For voluntary service to Waterways Management and Restoration. (Keevil, Wiltshire)

Tony Kwok Fai Law. President, South East Essex Chinese Association. For services to the Chinese Community in Southend. (Southend on Sea, Essex)

Martin Lawrence. Volunteer and University Ambassador, Crimestoppers. For voluntary service to Crime Prevention in Northamptonshire. (Downham Market, Norfolk)

Ms Janet Margaret Leach. Head of Disabled Children's Services, London Borough of Enfield. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs. (Middlesex)

Mrs Patricia Leadbeater. For voluntary service to First Aid through St. John Ambulance in the West Midlands. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)

Philip Anthony Leason. Customer Service Adviser, Staffordshire. For services to Royal Mail and to the community in Stone, Staffordshire. (Stone, Staffordshire)

Brian Russell Lee. Chair, Football Conference Trust and president, Football Conference. For services to Football. (Lane End, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Elizabeth Lees. Deputy director, Nursing and Patient Experience, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust. For services to Nursing. (Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire)

David Lenagan. For services to Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service and the Children's Burns Foundation. (Northenden, Manchester)

Ms Alice Lester. Programme manager, Planning Advisory Service. For services to Planning. (London)

Professor David Levin. Founder, The Capital Hotel. For services to Hospitality and Youth Training. (London)

Mrs Penelope Ann Hedley Lewis. President, Lincolnshire Branch. For voluntary service to the British Red Cross. (Lincolnshire)

Ms Alison Lewy. Founder, Fashion Angel. For services to the Fashion Industry.

Ms Susan Patricia Liburd. For services to Business Charities and Voluntary Organisations. (Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire)

John Alan Little. Founder Member, Helping Others Worldwide. For voluntary and charitable services Abroad. (Craigavon, Armagh)

John William Lockwood. Honorary chairman, Lincolnshire Agricultural Society. For services to Agriculture in Lincolnshire. (Cammeringham, Lincolnshire)

Mrs Gina Maria Long. For charitable services in East Anglia. (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk)

Eddie Peter Lynch. For services to Vulnerable and Disabled People through Bromley Mencap. (Windsor, Berkshire)

Thomas Anthony Lynch. Officer, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security and to charity. (Grimsby, Lincolnshire)

Ms Rowena MacAuley. Disability-Equality Champion, University of Essex. For services to Higher Education. (Colchester, Essex)

Mrs Janice Irene Rosabelle MacBeath. Formerly Headteacher, Aldourie Primary School. For services to Education and the community in Dores, Inverness-shire. (Inverness)

Mrs Elizabeth Ruth MacLay. For services to People with Disabilities, Children and the community in Hampshire. (Andover, Hampshire)

Mrs Marion Catherine MacLeod. National Co-ordinator, Scottish Practice Management Development Network, NHS Education for Scotland. For services to Healthcare. (Glasgow)

Kenneth Ian MacNab. For services to the Fishing Industry in Scotland. (Tarbert, Argyll and Bute)

Mrs Georgina Claire Maitland. Co-founder, Sandpiper Trust. For services to Medical Emergencies. (Banchory, Kincardineshire)

Ms Helen Marriage. Founder, Artichoke. For services to the Arts and Outdoor Performance. (London)

Austen Neil Marsh. Executive Officer, Coquelles Freight, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Border Security. (Deal, Kent)

Mrs Sandra Marston. For services to the community in Tameside, Greater Manchester. (Denton, Greater Manchester)

Matthew Thomas Martin. For services to the Charitable Sector and to the community in Norfolk. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Christopher George Matthews-Maxwell, TD. For services to the Voluntary Sector. (Belford, Northumberland)

Mrs Wendy Penelope Maxwell. Founder, Chill4Us Carers. For services to Carers. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Mrs Ruth Elizabeth Mays. For services to People with Visual Impairments and to Education in Leicestershire. (Great Glen, Leicestershire)

Michael Andrew McCarthy. Co-Founder, Music Theatre, Wales. For services to Music in Wales. (Cardiff)

Councillor Patrick McCarthy. Formerly Councillor, Belfast City Council. For services to Local Government and Community Cohesion in Belfast. (Belfast)

Mrs Jane McClelland. Administrative Officer, High Net Worth Unit, Washington, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers and voluntary service to Cancer Awareness. (Washington, Tyne and Wear)

Ms Carmel Bridget McConnell. Founder, Magic Breakfast charity. For services to School Food. (London)

Ms Christine Ann McCoy. Manager, Diversity and Equality and Accessible Tourism, VisitScotland. For services to Social Equality. (West Wemyss, Fife)

Ms Diane McCrea. Formerly vice Chair of the Board and Chair of the Welsh Committee, Consumer Council for Water. For services to the Water Industry and its Customers. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)

Mrs Isabella Kean McCue. Chair, Theatre Nemo. For services to the Arts and Disadvantaged People in Scotland. (East Kilbride, Lanarkshire)

Mrs Anita Christina Teresa McGowan. Lecturer and Personal Tutor, Croydon College. For services to Further Education and to the community in Sutton and Croydon. (Surrey)

Mrs Judith Barbara McGregor. Head of Programmes, Skills Academy for Health North West, Health Education England. For services to Health Education in the NHS. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Mrs Vivienne McGuire. Bequest secretary, University of Dundee. For services to Anatomy Bequeathal. (Dundee)

Mrs Anne McIlveen. Founder, Salt and Light. For services to the community in Glasgow. (Glasgow)

Colin McKeown. Founder, LA Productions. For services to Drama Production and the community in Liverpool. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Ms Heather Lyn McKissack. Senior Mistress, King's College School, Wimbledon. For services to Education.

Mrs Dianne McMillan. For services to Swimming and Disability Awareness. (Larne, Antrim)

Edwin James Bratten McMurran. Chairman, Belfast Boys' Model School Board of Governors and Member, Board of Governors, Glenwood Primary School. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Peter McQuade. Founder, Paris to Hayling Charity Cycle Ride. For services to Charity and Sports Fundraising. (Hayling Island, Hampshire)

Miss Rekha Mehr. For services to Entrepreneurship and Enterprise. (London)

Dr Jayshree Mehta. President, Bharat Hindu Samaj, the Hindu Temple and Chair, Sangam Indian Women's Association, Peterborough. For services to the community and Community Cohesion in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)

Mrs Alison Frances Mihail. Thames Valley Area Development Committee, The Prince's Trust. For services to Young People. (Wokingham, Berkshire)

Stephen James Miller. Athlete. For services to Sport. (Cramlington, Northumberland)

Ian Mirfin. Co-Founder, Red Star Athletics Club. For services to Disability Sport. (Cambuslang, Glasgow)

Cedric Moon. Formerly Band D, Flood and Coastal Risk Management, Welsh Government. For services to Equality and voluntary service to the Deaf Community in South Wales. (Whitchurch, Cardiff)

Mrs Audrey May Moore. Senior Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For public and voluntary services to the Royal Marines. (Exmouth, Devon)

Mrs Sandra Ann Morgan. For services to the community in Worplesdon, Surrey. (Guildford, Surrey)

Cargin Nevil Moss. For services to Taekwondo community and charity. (Little Billing, Northamptonshire)

The Reverend Canon Brian Mountford. Vicar, University Church of St. Mary The Virgin, Oxford. For services to Ecclesiastical Heritage. (Oxfordshire)

Douglas Moutrie. For services to People with Disabilities in Kent. (Gillingham, Kent)

Nathan Wayne Munson. Detective Sergeant, Hazardous Substances Industry Engagement Officer, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Home Office. For services to Counter-Terrorism. (Colchester, Essex)

Anthony Harkness Murray. For services to the community in Wooler and the County of Northumberland. (Wooler, Northumberland)

Christopher John Murray. Chief executive Officer, Xoserve Limited. For services to Skills in the Energy and Utility Sector and to charity. (Loughborough, Leicestershire)

Ms Lorraine Murray. For services to Industry and to the community in Ayrshire. (Ayr, Ayrshire and Arran)

Saravanamuttu Mylvaganam. Formerly Strategic Unit Network manager, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For public service and services to the Tamil Community in the UK and Sri Lanka. (Surrey)

Satpal Nahl. Singh Officer, Bradford Group, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers and Public Administration. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Yasmin Mohammed Farooq Nathani. Director, Shama Women's Centre. For services to the Empowerment of Women in Leicester. (Leicestershire)

John Nelson. Director, Nelson Distribution Ltd. and Leader, Belper Town Council. For services to the community in Belper, Derbyshire. (Belper, Derbyshire)

Joseph Martin Neville. Clay Target Shooting Coach. For services to Competitive Shooting. (Matlock, Derbyshire)

Ms Tracey Neville. Head Coach, England Netball Squad. For services to Netball. (Hitchin, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Carol Nice. Founder, Stepping Stones Play and Learn Group, Colchester. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Colchester, Essex)

Mrs Blanche Nicolson. Practice Development manager, Hansel Group of Charities. For services to People with Learning Difficulties and their Families. (Symington, Ayrshire and Arran)

Roger Hugh Nield. Formerly Inspector, Surrey Police. For services to Neighbourhood Policing particularly through Social Media. (Fleet, Hampshire)

Mrs Rosanna Mary Noad. Officer, Paladin Team, Border Force, Home Office. For services to Child Protection. (Slough, Berkshire)

Ms Jacqueline Anne Oatley. Sports Broadcaster and Board Member Women in Football. For services to Broadcasting and Diversity in Sport. (Esher, Surrey)

Ms Asha Odedra. Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy manager, Operations Directorate, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order. (London)

Peter James Ogden. Senior Executive Officer Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For services to Public Administration and voluntary service to Young People. (Kent)

Ms Christina Ruth O'Keeffe. For services to the community in Lewes East Sussex.

Ms Kathleen Rose O'Rourke. Vice Chair of the Governing Body, City and Islington College. For services to Further Education.

Ms Paulette Jean Osborne. Headteacher, St Matthew's Church of England Primary School, Birmingham. For services to Education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Ms Judith Ower. Founder and chief executive Officer, Playmob. For services to Entrepreneurship. (London)

Professor Allan Anthony Pacey. Professor of Andrology, Department of Oncology and Metabolism, University of Sheffield. For services to Reproductive Medicine. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Justin James Packshaw. For services to Expeditions, Youth Development and charity. (London)

Mrs Janice Anne Pallas. Chair, NSPCC Fundraising Committee, Newcastle upon Tyne. For charitable services to Children and Families. (Ryton, Tyne and Wear)

Lt Cdr Geoffrey David Palmer. R.N. (Retd) Management Committee Member, Portsmouth Unit. For voluntary service to Young People through the Sea Cadet Corps. (Portsmouth, Hampshire)

Karnail Singh Pannu. For services to the community in Windsor and Maidenhead Berkshire. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)

Benjamin Anthony Parker. Chairman, River Bourne Community Farm. For voluntary service to the community in Salisbury, Wiltshire. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)

Douglas Alan Parker. For services to the community in Congleton Cheshire. (Congleton, Cheshire)

John Parle. For services to Education and to the community in Widnes Cheshire. (Widnes, Cheshire)

Mrs Janet Elizabeth Parsons. For services to Disabled and Disadvantaged People in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset. (Pensford, Somerset)

Mrs Juliette Paton. For services to charity in Aberdeenshire. (Aberdeen)

Mrs Kristine Farquhar Pawson. For voluntary and charitable service in Aberdeenshire. (Near Insch, Aberdeenshire)

Mrs June Yvonne Pearson. For services to the community in Devon and Wiltshire. (Marlborough, Wiltshire)

David Peck. Chair of Governors, Ravenscliffe High School and Sports College, Halifax, West Yorkshire. For services to Education. (Brighouse, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Maureen Phillips Perera. Founder, Sri Lanka Children's Appeal. For services to Disabled Children in Sri Lanka. (Nairn)

Ms Carol Maria Phillips. For services to Industry in Northern Ireland. (Bangor, Down)

Ms Paula Phillips. Nurse consultant, Child and Adolescent Forensic Mental Health Services, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Mental Health Nursing. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)

Richard Escricke Phillips. For services to Music and the Arts. (Warwickshire)

Mrs Gillian Patricia Platt. For services to Floral Art and the community in Bolton. (Bolton, Lancashire)

Steven Pleasant. Chief executive, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to the Welfare and Housing of Asylum Seekers and Refugees. (Broadbottom, Cheshire)

Ms Susan Pollack. For services to Holocaust Education. (London)

Robert John Pooley. For services to Business and to Aviation. (Steyning, West Sussex)

Clifford Joseph Price. For services to Music and Young People. (Tring, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Diana Marie Price. Founder, InDiGo. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and their Families Blackburn with Darwen, Lancashire. (Blackburn, Lancashire)

Terence Priest. Director, Biological Services Facility, University of Manchester. For services to Laboratory Animal Care and Welfare. (Oxford Road, Greater Manchester)

David William Prout. Perinatal Community Mental Health Nurse, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Community Mental Health Nursing. (Southampton, Hampshire)

Michael Pusey. Founder, Peckham BMX Club. For services to Youth Sport in South London.

Ms Jaz Rabadia. Senior manager of Energy and Initiatives, Starbucks and STEM Ambassador. For services to Sustainability in the Energy Management Sector and Diversity in the STEM Sector. (London)

Michael Rafferty. Co-Founder, Music Theatre, Wales. For services to Music in Wales. (Cardiff)

Mrs Susan Caroline Raftree. Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Military Heritage and Commemoration. (Longlevens, Gloucestershire)

Ms Afsheen Kabir Rashid. Founding director and chief Operating Officer, Repowering London. For services to Renewable Energy Projects in Deprived London Communities. (London)

Mrs Edith Nellie Ethel Ray. Scout Leader and Classroom assistant, Alex Macleod School, Abbey Wood, London. For services to Education. (London)

Shaun Rayner, JP. Magistrate and Chair, Essex Family Panel. For services to the Administration of Justice and the community in Essex. (Harlow, Essex)

Asad Razzaq. Leader, Community Action to Change Harehills. For services to Young People and the community in Harehills, Leeds. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Abdullah Rehman. Chief executive, Balsall Heath Forum. For services to the community in Balsall Heath, Birmingham. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

William David Reilly. Chair Board of Governors, Omagh Academy and Governor, Newtownstewart Model and Gibson Primary Schools. For services to Education. (Omagh, Tyrone)

Martin John Rigley. Managing director, Lindhurst Engineering. For services to Business and Innovation. (Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire)

Miss Caroline Elizabeth Roberts. Member, Disciplinary Committee, Conservative Party. For political service. (London)

Bryan Walter Robinson. For services to the community in Donington Lincolnshire. (Spalding, Lincolnshire)

Ms Katrina Robinson. Solicitor and head of Legal Services, Viridian Housing, and Chair, Tenancy Fraud Forum. For services to Social Housing. (Middlesex)

Mrs Linda June Robinson. Co-Founder and Senior Co-ordinator, The Home-Start Scheme, Uttlesford. For services to Children and Families. (Saffron Walden, Essex)

James Roddy. For services to Business and the community in Londonderry.

Brian John Rolfe. For services to the community in Lawford and Tendring Essex. (Manningtree, Essex)

Eric Rooney. Consultant in Dental Public Health, Public Health England. For services to Dentistry. (Carnforth, Lancashire)

Peter Anthony Rose. For services to Musical Education and Conservation in the UK and Abroad. (Roy Bridge, Inverness-Shire)

Philip James Round. Formerly chief executive, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Group Training Association. For services to Apprenticeships and Skills. (Herefordshire)

Mrs Lindsey Jane Rousseau. Founder and Facilitator, National Sensory Impairment Partnership. For services to Special Educational Needs. (London)

Mrs Oonagh Rowden. Customer Enquiry Team Supervisor, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Benefit Claimants and services to the community and charity in Downpatrick, County Down. (Downpatrick, Down)

Mrs Julia Aline Samuel. Founder, Patron and Trustee, Child Bereavement UK. For services to Bereaved Children. (Mells, Somerset)

Ms Paula Kathleen Sansom. Formerly head of Operational Management, Save the Children. For Humanitarian services to Emergency Healthcare Abroad. (London)

John McCree Scott. Magistrate, Sunderland. For services to the Administration of Justice and to the Railway Community. (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear)

Michael Seabourne. Formerly National vice chairman, Royal Military Police Association. For voluntary service to Armed Forces Personnel and their Families. (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)

John Senior, TD. For services to the community in Scarborough and to the Armed Forces through Heroes Welcome. (Scarborough, North Yorkshire)

Miss Anne Seymour. For services to Asylum Seekers and Refugees in South Tyneside. (South Shields, Tyne and Wear)

David Manuel Shalit. For services to the City of London Corporation and voluntary service to Older People in London. (London)

Ms Elizabeth Shapland. Bereavement Counsellor, HM Prison Bullingdon. For voluntary service to Bereaved Offenders and their Families. (Oxfordshire)

Darren John Share. Head of Parks, Birmingham City Council. For services to the Environment in Birmingham. (Bromsgrove, Worcestershire)

Mukesh Sharma, DL. Managing director, Selective Travel Management. For services to the Travel Trade in Northern Ireland. (Newtownabbey, Antrim)

Malcolm Ernest Sharp. For services to Town and Country Planning in England. (Sherwood, Nottinghamshire)

Mrs Kathleen Shayler. Foster Carer, Wolverhampton Council Fostering Service. For services to Children and Families. (Weymouth, Dorset)

Roy Shayler. Foster Carer, Wolverhampton Council Fostering Service. For services to Children and Families. (Weymouth, Dorset)

Ms Jane Short. For services to the Art and Craft of Enamelling. (Brighton, East Sussex)

Tim Sigsworth. Chief executive, Albert Kennedy Trust. For services to Homeless Young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered People. (Greater Manchester)

Mrs Anne Simpson. For services to the Treatment of Postnatal Depression in the Highlands. (Norfolk)

Dr Jane Sarah Prosser Davies-Slowik. Associate Dental Dean, Health Education England, West Midlands and Special Care Dentist, Wolverhampton NHS. For services to Improving the Oral Health of Disadvantaged People. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Ms Zara Smart. Diary manager to the Cabinet secretary Cabinet Office. For services to Public Administration.

Ms Enza Smith. Founder, Kinship Carers UK. For services to Children and Families. (Barbourne, Worcestershire)

Michael Smith. Formerly Constable, Metropolitan Police Service and Founder, Word4Weapons. For services to the Reduction of Knife and Gun Crime. (London)

Dr Philip Henry Smith. For services to Business and to the community in Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire. (Padbury, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Annie Brenda Ollivierre-Smith. Cath Lab manager and Lead Cardiac Nurse, BMI The London Independent Hospital. For services to Cardiac Nursing. (London)

Mrs Helen Rosemary Smyth. Head of Music, Ballyholme Primary School. For services to Education.

Mrs Sheila Somerville. Honorary secretary, Edinburgh Samaritan Society. For services to Patients and their Families in Edinburgh. (Edinburgh)

Mrs Margaret Diane Southworth. Chair of Governors, The SABDEN Multi Academy Trust, East Sussex. For services to Education. (Battle, East Sussex)

Samuel David Sowden. For services to Young People through Scouting in West Yorkshire. (Ilkley, West Yorkshire)

Kenrick Parker Grant Spencer. For services to the community in Burnley Lancashire. (Burnley, Lancashire)

Mrs Agnes Grunwald-Spier, JP. Trustee, the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. For services to the Jewish Community and Holocaust Awareness. (London)

Richard Spindler. Volunteer RNLI. Weston-Super-Mare. For services to Maritime Safety. (Weston-super-Mare, Somerset)

Mrs Elizabeth Hansford Spreadbury. For services to the community particularly Survivors of Abuse. (Bournemouth, Dorset)

Mrs Maureen Stephen. For services to Business and the community in Aberdeenshire. (Turriff, Aberdeenshire)

Peter John Stephens. Managing director, John A. Stephens Ltd. For services to Business and the community in Nottingham. (Radcliff-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire)

Alexander James Stewart. Councillor, Perth and Kinross Council. For voluntary service in Perth and Kinross. (Perth, Perth and Kinross)

David Charles Stewart. Master Blender, William Grant and Sons Distillers Ltd. For services to the Scotch Whisky Industry. (Netherlee, Glasgow)

Mrs Carol Ann Stonham. Senior Nurse Practitioner, Minchinhampton GP Surgery, Gloucestershire. For services to Nursing. (Stroud, Gloucestershire)

David Anthony Street. Founder, One Voice Wales. For services to Community-based Democracy in Wales. (St Athan, Vale of Glamorgan)

Gordon Herbert Stubberfield. Chair of Governors, Southgate School, Enfield. For services to Education. (Middlesex)

Peter Sunderland. For voluntary services to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the community in West Yorkshire. (Westbury, Buckinghamshire)

Ms Clare Frances Sutcliffe. Founder and chief executive, Code Club. For services to Technology Education. (Cambridge)

Graham Kent Sutton. Chair, Board of Governors, Wallace High School. For services to Education in Northern Ireland. (Lisburn, Antrim)

Mrs Christine Jane Swan. For services to Education and Interfaith Relations in Oadby, Leicestershire. (Oadby, Leicestershire)

Ms Samantha Jane Swinglehurst. Lead Nurse, Specialist Practice, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. (London)

Leslie Alexander Tait. Commercial Fisheries Liaison and Vessels manager, North Atlantic Fisheries College Marine Centre, and chairman, The Shetland Fishermen's Association. For services to Sea Fishing. (Trondra, Shetland)

Mrs Jean Taylor. Formerly head of Cornwall Strategic Development, University of Exeter. For services to Higher Education and Economic Development in Cornwall. (Truro, Cornwall)

Mrs Louise Ann Catherine Third. Director, Integra Communications Ltd. For services to Enterprise and charity. (Gotham, Nottinghamshire)

Barrie Terence Thomas. Formerly Chair of the Board of Trustees, Torch Academy Gateway Trust. For services to Education and to the community in Bingham, Nottinghamshire.

Ms Patrice Thomas. Foster Carer, London Borough of Brent. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Dr Lesley Thompson. Director of Programmes, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. For services to Research. (Didcot, Oxfordshire)

Mrs Sheila Jacqueline Mary Thompson. Volunteer, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. For voluntary service to Botanical Research. (London)

Mrs Ella Daphne Tilley. Farmer. For services to the Food Industry particularly Welsh Lamb.

Mrs Catherine Mary Tindall. Formerly head of Early Years, Newfield Special School, Blackburn. For services to Children in Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Blackburn, Lancashire)

Mrs Sidny Botevyle Tingley (Ms Ralph). For services to Community Music Theatre particularly through Act One Scene One.

Mrs Heather Tobin. Formerly Detective Inspector, West Midlands Police. For services to Public Protection in the West Midlands.

Miss Jennefer Tobin. Founder, South West Scotland RnR. For services to the Care of Wounded Soldiers. (Kirkbean, Dumfries)

Richard Graham Tovey. Honorary Life Member, The Independent Association of Prep Schools, Leamington Spa. For services to Education. (Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire)

Gilbert Joseph Tunney. For services to the Motor Industry and the community of Trillick County Tyrone and Enniskillen, County Fermanagh. (Enniskellen, Fermanagh)

William John Turner. Head of Governance and Legal Services, Nottingham Trent University. For services to Higher Education. (Southwell, Nottinghamshire)

Gregory James Valerio. For services to the UK and Fairtrade Gold Sectors in Colombia and East Africa. (West Sussex)

Mrs Sally Anne Varah, DL. Founder Chair, Michael Varah Memorial Fund and Chair, GASP Motor Project, Surrey. For voluntary service to the community in Surrey. (Dorking, Surrey)

Dr Suresh Chandra Vasishtha. For services to the community in the London Borough of Redbridge. (Essex)

Mrs Valerie Villa. For services to the community in Chelmsford, Essex. (Chelmsford, Essex)

Dr Ian Stuart Viney. Director of Strategic Evaluation and Impact, Medical Research Council. For services to Research Funding and Evaluation. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)

Mrs Erika Walker. For voluntary services to the community and Social Enterprises in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire. (Ammanford, Carmarthenshire)

Ms Jo-ann Clare Walsh. Keeping in Touch Strategy manager, Swansea. For services to Young People in Swansea.

Thomas Walsh. For services to the community in Wigan Greater Manchester. (Wigan, Lancashire)

Mrs Joelle Warren, DL. Founder and Executive chairman, Warren Partners. For services to Business.

Mrs Diane Elaine Watt. Chair, Area Support Team for Mid and East Lothian and the Scottish Borders. For services to the Children's Hearings System in Scotland. (Dunbar, East Lothian)

Miss Lucy Alexandria Watts. For services to Young People with Disabilities. (Benfleet, Essex)

Mrs Yvonne Mary Weatherhead. For services to Education. (Rochdale, Lancashire)

Dr Sharon Helen Webb. Director and Curator, Kilmartin Museum. For services to Heritage and Archaeology in Scotland. (Lochgilphead, Argyll and Bute)

Ronald Denholm Webster. For services to Tennis in Scotland. (Crail, Fife)

Dr Adrian Robert Weston. For services to the community and charity in Leicestershire. (Smeeton Westerby, Leicestershire)

Ms Sara Catherine Wheeler. HR Business Adviser, UKTI. For services to Government Administration and voluntary service to the community in South Westminster. (London)

Graeme Kendal Whippy. Senior manager, Group Disability Programme, Lloyds Banking Group. For services to People with Dementia and Disabilities. (Saffron Walden, Essex)

Jonathan Paul White. For charitable services especially to the Willow Foundation.

Mrs Marion White. Chair, Women of Influence Awards. For services to charity in Scotland.

Mrs Anne Whitworth. For services to Hockey in the North East. (Guisborough, North Yorkshire)

John Geoffrey Whyman. For services to the Sick and Terminally Ill through Art Therapy. (Rochdale, Lancashire)

Mrs Helen Macpherson Young Wilcox. Vice-Chair, Skills for Care and Network Chair (West Midlands). For services to Social Care. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Jeremy John Edwin Wilding. For services to Music through the Three Choirs Festival in Herefordshire. (Herefordshire)

Mrs Carol Dorothy Wiles. For services to the community in Harleston, South Norfolk. (Harleston, Norfolk)

Dr Anthony Ffoulkes Williams. Chair Subgroup on Maternal and Child Nutrition, Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition. For services to Nutrition in Infants and Children. (Kingston upon Thames, Surrey)

Christopher Williams. Psychological Support Services for Young People, Lancashire. For services to Special Educational Needs. (Low Bentham, Lancashire)

Emlyn Tysill Williams. For public and political service in Barry Glamorgan. (Barry, South Glamorgan)

Miss Fara Williams. Midfielder, England Women and Liverpool Ladies. For services to Women's Football and charity. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

Owain Tudor Williams. For public and voluntary services to Community Cohesion in Wales. (Newport)

Adrian Wills. Head, Leicester Library Service. For services to the community in Leicester. (Bakewell, Derbyshire)

Mrs Hillary Frances Willmer. For voluntary services to Disadvantaged Communities in West Yorkshire. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Anne Catherine Wilson. Managing director, Numill Limited. For services to Engineering in Yorkshire. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Ms Jeanette Ross Wilson. Policy director for Scotland, The British Holiday and Home Parks Association. For services to the Holiday Parks Industry. (Edinburgh)

Mrs Pauline Marie Wilson. Headteacher, Ursuline Preparatory School, Essex. For services to Education. (Ongar, Essex)

Robert Allan David Wilson. For services to the Music Industry and charity. (Knebworth, Hertfordshire)

Stephen Richard Mallett (Sam) Wilson, DL. For charitable and voluntary service to the community in Suffolk.

Paul Winter. Chief executive, Ipswich Building Society. For services to Skills and Employment of Young People. (Stowmarket, Suffolk)

Philip Rowland Wolfe. Founder and chairman, Westmill Solar Co-operative and Community Energy England. For services to Renewable Energy and the Energy Sector. (North Moreton, Oxfordshire)

Professor Kim Wolff. For public service to Road Safety. (Wadhurst, East Sussex)

Howard Antony Wood. Formerly Teacher, Oathall Community College, West Sussex. For services to Education. (Plumpton, East Sussex)

Joseph Wood. International Family Tracing Volunteer. For voluntary service to the British Red Cross. (Edinburgh)

Mrs Laura Margaret Logan Wood. For services to the community in Chelmsford, Essex. (Witham, Essex)

Mrs Jill Woodhouse. Children's Services Practitioner, NSPCC. For services to Children. (Plymouth, Devon)

Mrs Emma Jane Lewis Woods. Owner, Duncombe Sawmill Limited. For services to Rural Business and Skills in North Yorkshire. (Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire)

Nigel Leonard Woolner. For services to the Arts and Education. (London)

John Fraser Worthington. Director, Academy of Urbanism and commissioner, ITC. For services to Urban Regeneration and voluntary service to Transport.

Ms Jean Elizabeth Yates. For political service and service to the community in Lancashire. (Morecambe, Lancashire)

Mrs Laura Naomi Young. Co-Founder, The Teapot Trust. For services to Chronically Ill Children in Scotland. (East Lothian)

The Reverend Terence John Young. For services to the community in Darwen, Lancashire. (Darwen, Lancashire)

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Mrs Sandra Elizabeth Adams. For services to the Girl Guides. (Strabane, Tyrone)

Mrs Sylvia Phyllis Ainsworth. President, Plymouth and District Federation of Ex-Services Associations. For services to the Plymouth Festival of Remembrance.

Mrs Dorothy Helen Alexander. For services to the community in Bourne, Lincolnshire. (Bourne, Lincolnshire)

Michael Stuart Galloway-Allbut. Governor and lately Chair of Governors, Catherine Infant School, Leicester. For services to Education. (Leicester, Leicestershire)

Aatin Ashok Anadkat. Managing director, Hotel Maiyango, Leicester. For services to Entrepreneurship. (Swithland, Leicestershire)

Charles Frederick Andrews. For voluntary service to the Poppy Appeal in London. (Essex)

LeRoy Christopher Kenneth Angel. Rugby Volunteer. For services to Rugby. (Basingstoke, Hampshire)

Mrs Isabella Apsley. For services to St John Ambulance and the Red Cross in Northern Ireland. (Larne, Antrim)

Joseph Peter Austin. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Coleraine, Londonderry)

Trevor John Avery. For services to Heritage in the Lake District. (Sedbergh, Cumbria)

Roger James Godfray Bacon. Chairman, SSAFA Bereaved Families Support Group. For voluntary service to Service Families. (London)

Mrs Sarah Elizabeth Airey Bain. President, Black Down and Hindhead Supporters Group, National Trust. For services to Conservation in Surrey and West Sussex. (Surrey)

Kenneth Ball. Station manager, Consett Fire Station, County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service. For services to Fire and Rescue and the community in County Durham. (Consett, Durham)

Mrs Samantha Barlow. Founder, Fitmums and Friends. For services to Fitness in East Yorkshire. (Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Miss Valerie Ann Barr. Secretary, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ulster. For services to Higher Education and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Carrickfergus, Antrim)

Michael Beard. Water Polo Coach and Chair Solihull Swimming Club. For voluntary service to Swimming and Water Polo. (Solihull, West Midlands)

Harold Atkinson Beckinsale. For voluntary service to Education in Northern Ireland. (Carrickfergus, Antrim)

Stuart Geoffrey Bell. For services to the community in Lincolnshire. (Lincolnshire)

Mrs Harriet Katherine Bennett. For services to Music and the community in Felixstowe. (Felixstowe, Suffolk)

Alexander William Bertram. Rehabilitation Instructor, Carstairs Hospital. For services to Psychiatric Care. (Forth, Lanarkshire)

Mrs Christine McDiarmid Black. Badminton Development Officer, East Lothian Council. For services to Badminton in Scotland. (Edinburgh)

Ms Sharon Lesley Blackman. Head Coach, Chichester Fencing Club. For services to Fencing. (Felpham, West Sussex)

Mrs Valerie Blake. For services to the Arrow Riding Centre for the Disabled in Dartford, Kent. (Bexley, Kent)

Mrs Valerie Ann Bolt. For services to charity and the community in Cholsey, Oxfordshire. (Wallingford, Oxfordshire)

Danny Bonwitt. For services to voluntary organisations in the UK. (Potten End, Hertfordshire)

John Jarvis Bosley. For charitable and community service in Warminster, Wiltshire, particularly through the Royal British Legion. (Warminster, Wiltshire)

Adrian George Botham. Chairman, Pantonic All Stars Steel Orchestra and Community Volunteer. For services to Education. (Stockport, Cheshire)

Mrs Veronica Box. For services to the community in Burntwood, Staffordshire. (Burntwood, Staffordshire)

Mrs Mary Elizabeth Maureen Brewer. Volunteer, Neighbourhood Watch. For services to Crime Prevention in West Yorkshire. (Wetherby, West Yorkshire)

Councillor Roger Keith Trillo Bright. For voluntary service to the community in Knighton and District Powys. (Knighton, Powys)

Mrs Henrietta Fraser Brown. For voluntary service in Ross-shire particularly through The Queen Mother's Clothing Guild. (Tain, Ross and Cromarty)

Mrs Jean Brown. For services to the community in Belfast. (Belfast)

Mrs Patricia Margaret Brown. For services to community through the Linskill Centre, Tyne and Wear, and the Scouting Movement. (North Shields, Tyne and Wear)

Paul Anthony Brown. Formerly Police Constable, South Yorkshire Police. For services to Law and Order and the community in South Yorkshire. (Doncaster, South Yorkshire)

David Ian Buchanan. Secretary, Oban Saints Amateur Football Club. For voluntary service to Football. (Oban, Argyll and Bute)

Mrs Janet Bucknell. Formerly School Support Worker, Lonsdale School, Stevenage. For services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Stevenage, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Joan Margaret Buller. For services to the community in Staplehurst, Kent. (Tonbridge, Kent)

Ms Mary Burch. For voluntary service in Dunbartonshire. (Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire)

Mrs June Mary Elizabeth Burke. For voluntary service through the Tenovus Cancer Charity, Cardiff. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)

Mrs Rosemary Ann Burns. For services to Local Government and to the community in Sussex. (Hassocks, West Sussex)

Mrs Anne Connor Butterworth. For services to the community in St. Leonards, Hertfordshire and to the Spinal Muscular Atrophy Trust. (St. Leonards, Hertfordshire)

Mrs Ailsa Elizabeth Button. Founder, The Gemmery Mother and Toddler Group, Walton on Thames, Surrey. For services to Children and Families. (Walton on Thames, Surrey)

Mrs Bridget Kathleen Carey Cameron. For services to Young People and Families of Offenders in the West Midlands. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Mrs Anne Elizabeth Campbell. For services to the Multiple Sclerosis Society in the Scottish Borders. (Newton St Boswells, Tweeddale)

Mrs Patricia Anne Campbell. Civic Officer, Banbury Town Council. For services to Local Government. (Oxfordshire)

Michael Andrew Carey. For voluntary service to the community in Silsden West Yorkshire. (Silsden, West Yorkshire)

Margaret Ann Lady Carter. For services to the community in Stock, Essex. (Ingatestone, Essex)

Peter John George Chambers. For voluntary service to Music in Coventry. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Mrs Helena Charles. For voluntary service to the community in Blaengarw, Bridgend. (Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan)

Maurice Charlesworth. Senior Volunteer, Age UK Lambeth. For services to Older People in Lambeth, London. (London)

Paul Chidgey. Chair of Governors, The Barlow Roman Catholic High School and Specialist Science College, Manchester. For services to Education. (Didsbury, Greater Manchester)

Ms Wendy Angharad Churchouse. Arrhythmia Nurse, Morriston Hospital, Swansea. For services to Cardiac Patients in South West Wales. (Carmarthenshire)

Gerard Paul Cleary. Administrative Officer, Personal Tax Operations, East Kilbride, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers and voluntary services to Thalidomide Awareness. (East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire)

Mrs Gaynor Ellen Mary Clegg. Senior Lunchtime Supervisor, Ravensthorpe Church of England (Controlled) Junior School, Dewsbury. For services to Education. (Dewsbury, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Janet Colquhoun. Crossing Patrol Warden, Dunrobin Primary School, Airdrie. For services to Education. (Airdrie, Lanarkshire)

Miss Valerie Joy Cook. For voluntary service to the community in Borth Ceredigion. (Borth, Ceredigion)

Mrs Elizabeth Sally Coot. For services to Fundraising and to the community in Constantine, Cornwall.

Dr Elisabeth Marjorie Cotton. For services to the community in Cranfield Bedfordshire. (Cranfield, Bedfordshire)

Miss Sheila Frances Coulson. For services to the community in Hackness North Yorkshire. (Scarborough, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Agnes Forsyth Robb Craig. Chair, Save the Children, Wigtownshire. For voluntary and charitable services.

Mrs Ruth Craig. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Ballygowan, County Down. (Newtownards, Down)

Robert Crangle. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland through the Boys' Brigade. (Bangor, Down)

Ronald Crangle. For services to Young People in Northern Ireland through the Boys' Brigade. (Bangor, Down)

Mrs Maisie Crawford. For services to the community in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. (Londonderry)

Alan Crocker. Founder, Derry Hill United Football Club. For services to Football in Wiltshire. (Calne, Wiltshire)

William Crowe. For services to the community and Children's Charities in Dumbarton Strathclyde. (Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire)

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Cumming. For charitable services through the Calvert Trust, Exmoor. (Fife)

Miss Elizabeth Maud Cunningham. Member, North West Mountain Rescue Team. For voluntary service to the community in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. (Enniskillen, Fermanagh)

Mrs Heather Constance Cunningham. For services to the community and the Arts in the East Neuk of Fife. (Pittenweem, Fife)

Neil Alexander Currie. Physical Education Instructor, HM Prison Barlinnie. For public and charitable services. (East Kilbride, Lanarkshire)

Mrs Mary Elizabeth Cutler. For charitable services to Grove House Hospice, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. (St. Albans, Hertfordshire)

Dr Darren Frazer Daniels. Chief executive, The UK Sepsis Trust. For services to Improving Services for Sepsis Sufferers. (Solihull, West Midlands)

Mrs Janice Catherine Davidson. Personal assistant to chief Operating Officer, Translink. For services to Public Transport in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)

Mrs Helen Josephine Davies. For services to Animal Welfare in Northern Ireland through the Rainbow Centre, Eglinton, Londonderry. (Londonderry)

Leonard John Robert Davies. For services to Rugby Union in the North West. (Lymm, Cheshire)

Mrs Patricia Margery Davies. For services to the community in Llangynidr, Brecon, Powys. (Crickhowell, Powys)

Richard Anthony Davies. Coroner's Officer, Western District of Somerset. For services to the Bereaved. (Taunton, Somerset)

Mrs Susan Mary Deborah Davies. For services to the community in Barton in Fabis, Nottinghamshire. (Barton-in-Fabis, Nottinghamshire)

Dennis Joseph Davison. For services to Second World War Commemoration and Memorialisation. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Miss Margaret Dawson. For services to the Hambleton District Show and to charity. (Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire)

Anthony James Day. For services to the community in Norton St. Philip Somerset. (Norton St Philip, Somerset)

Nicholas William Charles Dermott. For services to Heritage and Conservation in Thanet. (Margate, Kent)

Ms Maureen Elizabeth Dobbie. For services to the community in Teesdale County Durham.

Terence Gabriel Doherty. For services to Community Safety and Public Protection in Northern Ireland. (Portstewart, Londonderry)

Mrs Pauline Anne Donaldson. Treasurer, Tyne and Wear ME/CFS Support Group. For services to People with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and their Carers. (South Shields, Tyne and Wear)

Mrs Maureen Lilian Dougall. For services to the community in Brundall, Norfolk. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Mrs Mary Dovey. Volunteer, Hughenden Manor. For services to Heritage in Buckinghamshire. (Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Patricia Joan Easthope. For voluntary services to the community in Royston, Hertfordshire. (Thriplow, Cambridgeshire)

Mrs Lilly Ebert. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. (London)

Ms Fay Mary Edwards. Chair, Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation. For services to the community in Kensington and Chelsea, London. (London)

Derek Samuel Walter Elliott. For services to the community in Devizes Wiltshire. (Devizes, Wiltshire)

Mrs Sylvia Margaret Emmott. For public and political service. (Kendal, Cumbria)

Dean Vincent Evans. For services to the community in Blackwater Cornwall. (Falmouth, Cornwall)

Philip Everett. For services to The New Appeals Organisation Nottingham. (Nottinghamshire)

Mrs Christine Ann Eyre. For services to the community in Sutton, Macclesfield. (Macclesfield, Cheshire)

Miss Ruth Mary Fagan. Policy Adviser, Cycling Policy, Department for Transport. For services to Transport and to charity. (London)

John Thomas Fall. For services to the community in Kirklington North Yorkshire. (Bedale, North Yorkshire)

Chaim Ferster. For services to Holocaust Education. (Salford, Lancashire)

Peter Fish. For services to the elderly community in Hollingworth and Hyde Cheshire and Glossop, Derbyshire.

Mrs Ann Foat. Chair, Ash Heritage Group. For services to the community in Ash, Kent. (Canterbury, Kent)

Mrs Helen Fowler. Volunteer Reading assistant, St. George's Infant School and Woodside Junior School, Amersham. For services to Children and Reading. (Amersham, Buckinghamshire)

Mrs Helen Mary Francis. For charitable services in Trefonen, Shropshire. (Oswestry, Shropshire)

Mrs Glenda Frost. For services to the community in Willand and Cullompton, Devon. (Cullompton, Devon)

Miss Fiona Fry. Lead Specialist Nurse in Hepatology, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Nursing. (Exeter, Devon)

John Gardner. For services to the community in High Bradfield and Low Bradfield South Yorkshire. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Mrs Elizabeth Heather Gibbons. For services to Riding for the Disabled in South West Cornwall. (St. Ives, Cornwall)

David Roy Gifford. For services to the community in King's Lynn Norfolk. (King's Lynn, Norfolk)

Mrs Sheila Glass. For services to the community in Ramsbury and Axford, Wiltshire. (Marlborough, Wiltshire)

Mrs Patricia Mary Glazebrook. Vice president, Sick Children's Trust. For services to Sick Children and their Families in Cambridge.

James Sydney Goodman. For services to Music through the Britannia Band and Londonderry Musical Society Londonderry. (Waterside, Londonderry)

Mrs Maureen Gould. Chair of Governors, Oak View School, Loughton. For services to Education. (London)

Peter Cyril Goulding. Clerk, Carlton-in-Lindrick Parish Council. For services to the community in Nottinghamshire. (Nottinghamshire)

Mrs Alison Ruth Grant. Chair, Hillingdon Slipstreamers Cycling Club. For services to Cycling. (Middlesex)

Henry Sinclair Gray. Chair, Wick Heritage Society. For voluntary service in Wick, Caithness. (Wick, Caithness)

Mrs Jean Greatorex. For services to the community in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. (Ashbourne, Derbyshire)

Miss Jody Louisa Green. Mentor, Community Led Initiatives, Manchester. For services to the Resettlement of Ex-Offenders. (Stretford, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Margaret Anderson Green. For services to the community in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire particularly through Bourtie Rural Women's Institute. (Inverurie, Aberdeenshire)

Ms Pauline Griffiths. Curator, Narberth Museum. For services to Heritage and the community in Pembrokeshire. (Narberth, Pembrokeshire)

Ms Samantha Groom. Formerly Festivals and Events manager, Visit Cornwall. For services to Tourism in Falmouth and Cornwall. (Falmouth, Cornwall)

Alexander John Gunn. For services to Heritage and the community in Caithness. (Thurso, Caithness)

Mrs Pamela Patricia Ann Gunn. For services to First Aid through St John Ambulance Service, Enniskillen Division. (Enniskillen, Fermanagh)

Richard Hadden. Beadle, St Michael's Church, Inveresk. For services to the community in East Lothian. (Musselburgh, East Lothian)

Alan Stuart Hague. Leader, 16th Morcambe and Heysham Scout Group. For services to Young People through Scouting in Lancashire. (Morecambe, Lancashire)

Mrs Gail Hall. Vice Chair, Warrington Parents and Carers. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Warrington, Cheshire)

David Melvyn Hando. For services to the community in Newport and to Newport County Association Football Club. (Newport)

Mrs Joan Harding. For services to the community in Beighton, Sheffield. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

Alan Clive Hargreaves. Technical Services and Facilities manager, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London. For services to Engineering Research. (Epsom, Surrey)

Reginald Keith Hart. For services to the community in Lympsham Somerset.

Mrs Kay Harvey. For voluntary and charitable services to Children, Young People and Families in Badersfield, Norfolk. (Norwich, Norfolk)

Michael Lawrence Harwood. For services to the community in Warwick. (Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire)

Kenneth Hayes. For services to Elderly and Vulnerable People in Hartlepool. (Hartlepool, Durham)

John Boyd Henderson. For services to the community in Severn Stoke Worcestershire. (Severn Stoke, Worcestershire)

John Jo Heuerman. Ambassador, Bobby Moore Fund. For services to Cancer Research. (Dartford, Kent)

Mrs Ann Catherine Inglis Hickman. For services to the community in Retford, Nottinghamshire, and to the Royal British Legion. (Everton, Nottinghamshire)

Philip Highley. For services to the community in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. (Kenilworth, Warwickshire)

Mrs Keelie Jayne Hill. Teaching assistant, Sherbourne Fields School, Coventry, and Sherbourne Stars Coach. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Coventry, West Midlands)

Councillor William Hill. For services to the community and charity in Horden County Durham.

John Edwin Hilsum. For voluntary service to Cricket and the community in the Isle of Wight. (Wroxhall, Isle of Wight)

Donald Hollands. For services to the community in Wimpole, Cambridgeshire. (Wimpole, Cambridgeshire)

Mrs Shirley Holt. School Volunteer, Chorley New Road Primary School, Horwich, Bolton, and Community Volunteer. For services to Education. (Bolton, Lancashire)

Mrs Pamela Susan Hopkins. For charitable and voluntary services to the community in Llanhilleth, Blaenau Gwent. (Abertillery, Blaenau Gwent)

Clive Hubery. Chair of Governors, The Oaks Secondary School, Spennymoor, Co Durham. For services to Education. (Bishop Auckland, Durham)

Anthony Hudson. For services to the communities in Monk Fryston and Hillam, North Yorkshire. (North Yorkshire)

Mrs Jacqueline Humphries. For services to the community in the West Midlands. (Tipton, West Midlands)

Mrs Julia Margaret Hurrell. Executive Officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence and to charity. (Bradley Stoke, Gloucestershire)

Ms Ronke Ige. For services to Business and charity.

Canon Keith Cyril Ineson. Agricultural Chaplain and Coordinator Cheshire Farm Community Network. For services to the Farming Community in Cheshire. (Wimboldsey, Cheshire)

Anthony Paul Ingle. For voluntary and charitable services to the community in Cambridgeshire through Church Music.

Alderman Elizabeth Ingram, Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon District Council. For services to Local Government and the community. (Newry, Down)

Anthony Mark Ives. For services to Youth Clubs and the community in Dorset. (Blandford Forum, Dorset)

Mrs Lynda Jeffrey. Founder, Stenton Singers Choir. For services to Music and charity in Stenton, East Lothian. (Stenton, East Lothian)

George Andrew Johnston. For services to the community in Portadown, Northern Ireland. (Portadown, Armagh)

Mrs Amanda Helen Clare Jolliffe. Badger Set Leader, Griffithstown, Gwent. For voluntary service to First Aid through St. John Ambulance.

Mrs Cy Jones. For services to the community in Ludlow, Shropshire. (Ludlow, Shropshire)

Mrs Georgina Jones. Formerly Church Organist, St Gwyddelan's Church, Dolwyddelan. For voluntary service to the Church and the community in Dolwyddelan, Conwy. (Conwy)

Mrs Rita Janet Jones. Secretary, The Trees Estate Residents' Association. For services to the community in Stretford, Greater Manchester. (Greater Manchester)

Mrs Vanessa Ann Jones. Chair, Bredhurst Parish Council, and Chair, Bredhurst Woodland Action Group. For voluntary service to Woodland Management and the community in Kent. (Kent)

Jack Kagan. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. (London)

Mrs Agatha Kalisperas. For services to the Greek community in London. (London)

Mrs Elizabeth Kilpatrick. For voluntary service to First Aid and the community in Kilwinning, Ayrshire. (Kilwinning, Ayrshire and Arran)

Richard Henry King. Retained Watch manager, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to Fire and Rescue and to Emergency Medical Care. (Spalding, Lincolnshire)

Mrs Sybil King. For services to the community in Thaxted, Essex. (Dunmow, Essex)

Mrs Pamela Kirkbride. For services to the community in Coniston, Cumbria. (Coniston, Cumbria)

Mrs Isobel Kirkwood. Volunteer, Erskine Homes. For services to Veterans in Scotland. (Glasgow)

Fred Knoller. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. (London)

The Reverend Robert Alan Knox. For services to the Royal British Legion and the community in Londonderry.

Mrs Anne Whitworth Lampson. For services to Young People through the Girl Guides, and to the community in Meare, Somerset. (Glastonbury, Somerset)

Michael George Laskey. For services to Contemporary Poetry. (Suffolk)

Mrs Gillian Mary Laws. For services to the community in Exmouth, Devon. (Exmouth, Devon)

Mrs Margaret Susan Leckey. For services to Children through Fostering and the Kiddy Winks Mums and Toddlers Group, County Down. (Down)

Michael Jason Lee. Volunteer, Kennet and Avon Canal Trust. For services to the Restoration of the Kennet and Avon Canal. (Bath, Somerset)

Penry Alan Lewis. For services to Conservation and Angling in Mid Wales. (Rhayader, Powys)

Mrs Christian Evelyn Lindsay. For services to the community in East Linton, East Lothian. (Haddington, East Lothian)

Anthony Clive Linger. For services to the community in Sutton Coldfield West Midlands.

Mrs Marion Lockhart. Honorary Industrial secretary, Glendale Show. For services to the Glendale Show and the community in Wooler, Northumberland. (Wooler, Northumberland)

Mrs Marie Teresa Lomas. Teaching assistant, William Hulme's Grammar School, Manchester. For services to Education and to the community in Greater Manchester. (Stretford, Greater Manchester)

Mrs Glenys Lord. Domestic Services manager, University of Cumbria. For services to Higher Education. (Morecambe, Lancashire)

Samuel Thomas Loughrey. For services to Golf in Northern Ireland. (Coleraine, Londonderry)

Ms Amelia Elaine Luffrum. For services to Homeless and Deprived People in South Tyneside. (South Shields, Tyne and Wear)

Dr Ashley Stuart Lupin. For Humanitarian services to Medical Training in Uganda. (Canterbury, Kent)

Ms Rebecca Lyne. Voluntary Co-ordinator, The Bank. For services to the community in Eye, Suffolk. (Diss, Norfolk)

Mrs Elizabeth Janet Campbell Lyttle. For services to the community in Portaferry, County Down. (Newtownards, Down)

Ruaraidh Peter MacDonagh. For services to Healthcare, particularly voluntary service to Healthcare Provision in Zanzibar. (Bridgwater, Somerset)

Mrs Calina Graham MacDonald. For services to Business and Horticulture in Skye and Lochalsh. (Carbost, Inverness-shire)

Andrew David Ross Mackenzie. For services to the community in Dornoch, Sutherland. (Dornoch, Sutherland)

John Ronald MacLeod. For voluntary service to Dingwall Museum and the community in Ross-shire. (Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty)

Reverend Kwaku Frimpong-Manson. For services to the community in Tottenham, London. (London)

Mrs Pamela Jane Cherie Martin. For services to the community in Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire. (Cinderford, Gloucestershire)

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