The Lord-Lieutenant was delighted to present the following people with their well deserved medals at an Investiture held at Chevening House last month.
Alan Emby BEM, For Services to the Community in Broadstairs (received by his daughter on his behalf).
Jonathan Wilson BEM, For Services to the Community in Folkestone during Covid-19.
Neil Ferries BEM, For Services to the Community during the Covid-19 response.
Tracy Carr BEM, For Services to Mental Health Funding and the Community in Deal.
Victoria Baldock, For Services to Education.
Adam McEvoy BEM, For Services to Disabled and Young People through Sport.
Chloe Newman BEM, For Services to the Manufacturing of PPE in Tenterden during Covid-19.
Danny Hawkins, For Services to the Railway.
Alistair Craib OBE QGM. For Services to the Falkland Islands Demining Programme, Alistair Craib has been awarded the honour of Officer of the Order of the British Empire.
Lynda Shepherd BEM, For Services to the community in Kilndown.
Mavis Nye BEM, For Services to People with Mesothelioma.
Victoria Rayner OBE. For Services to Social Care, Victoria Rayner has been awarded the honour of Officer of the Order of the British Empire.
Congratulations to all the recipients, we are extremely proud to have such inspirational individuals living in our County of Kent. Thank you to all at Chevening for making the occasion such a special day for everyone who attended.