QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY HONOURS: List of Derbyshire recipients

Derbyshire County Council leader Anne Western.
Derbyshire County Council leader Anne Western.

The achievements of a wide range of extraordinary Derbyshire residents have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours lists 2016.

CBE

Nigel Heaps - awarded an MBE

Nigel Heaps - awarded an MBE

• Councillor Anne Western, from Chesterfield, Leader of Derbyshire County Council - for services to local government.

OBE

• Stephen Michael Mycio, from Glossop, Chair of Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - for voluntary and charitable services to health and wellbeing in Manchester.

• Dr Carolyn Ann Wilkins, from High Peak, Chief Executive of Oldham Council - for services to local government and public sector reform.

Peter Farrer, named an MBE for services to mountain rescue in the Peak District.

Peter Farrer, named an MBE for services to mountain rescue in the Peak District.

MBE

• Carol Brady, from Swadlincote, Chair of Chartered Trading Standards Institute Board - for services to consumers and better regulation.

• Peter Farrer, from High Peak - for services to mountain rescue in the Peak District.

• Nigel Kevin Heaps - for voluntary service to the British Nuclear Test Veterans Association.

Barbara Cox, of the Chernobyl Children's Project.

Barbara Cox, of the Chernobyl Children's Project.

• John Robert Howarth - for services to scouting and Derby Cathedral.

• John George Jameson, from Allestree - for services to policing and communities in Derbyshire and East Midlands.

• Gurmit Kaur, from Mickleover, Community Cohesion Inspector, Nottinghamshire Police - for services to policing.

• Terence John Prater, of Sunnyhill, for services to visually impaired people in Derbyshire.

Barbara Parkinson

Barbara Parkinson

BEM

• Barbara Cox - for services to Hollinsclough School and the Chernobyl Children’s Project (UK).

• Elizabeth Mary Froggatt - for services to the community in Findern

• Rebecca Hartshorn, of Swanwick, Design and Sustainability Manager for Bowmer and Kirkland - for services to industry and skills.

• Hilda Margaret Heap, of Alvaston - for services to the community in Derby through the Alvaston Evergreen Club.

• Barbara Ann Parkinson, of Sandiacre - for services to the women’s institute and Treetops Hospice.