The Lord Lieutenant would like to congratulate all those who have received Honours in Her Majesty The Queen’s Birthday Honours 2015.
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
- Mr Charles PLANT (Tunbridge Wells). Chair, Solicitors Regulation Authority Board. For Services to Legal Education and Regulation.
- Mr Simon BARTLEY (East Malling). For voluntary and charitable services
- Mrs Natalie ELPHICKE (Dover). Chair Million Homes, Million Lives. For services to housing
- Mr John FISHER (Kent). Chairman and Vice President, The Officers’ Association. For services to Armed Forces Personnel
- Dr Clare LUKEHURST (Broadstairs). For services to the Anaerobic Digestion Industry
- Professor Gillian NICHOLLS (Folkestone). Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic Affairs, University of Surrey. For services to Higher Education
- Professor Susan PIOTROWSKI (Whitstable). Lately Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Emeritus Professor, Canterbury Christ Church University. For services to Higher Education
- Mr James BULLAR (Westerham). Head of Nautical Studies, London Nautical School. For services to Maritime Education and voluntary service to Maritime Safety
- Mr Ian BURNS (Edenbridge). Lay Observer, South East Region. For services to people in custody.
- Mrs Janet COLLINS (Westgate). Chair, Millmead Children’s Centre Partnership Ltd. For services to children and familiies.
- Mrs Jean COOPER (Dartford). For services to the Civil Service Retirement Fellowship
- Mrs Dianne DAWSON (Ashford). For services to the community in Ashford
- Mr Andrew DENNIS (Folkestone). Brick Instructor in Prisons, Manchester College. For services to Prison Education and Skills
- Dr Adrian HOPKINS (Gravesend). Director, Mectizan Donation Programme. For humanitarian services in Africa
- Professor Susan STANDRING (Sevenoaks). For services to Anatomical Education
- Mr Christopher WELSH (Westgate-on-Sea). Director, Global and European Policy, Freight Transport Association. For services to Shippers and the Shipping Industry
- Mr Robin WILLIAMSON (Sevenoaks). For voluntary service to Taxpayers
- Mr Dylan WINDER (Lynsted). Head of Humanitarian Policy and Partnerships, Department for International Development. For services to International Development particularly in the Philippines
- Mrs Tracey CREED (Dover). For services to the community in Guston
- Mrs Ruth GLENN (Swanley). For services to people with learning difficulties through the Swanley Cygnet Club
- Mrs Cherry LEPPARD (Folkestone). For voluntary services to the community in Kent
- Mrs Catherine LEWIS (Sheerness). For services to the community in Sheerness
- Mrs Julie NIXON (Greatstone). Foster carer, Credo Care, Kent. For services to children and families
Queen’s Police Medal (QPM)
- Mr Alan PUGHSLEY, Chief Constable of Kent