Kent Honours List
Birthday & New Year Honours
Kent Birthday Honours 2021 Announced
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
- Mr Andrew DUFFELL OBE. Head of Dealing Desk, UK Debt Management Office. For Services to Public Finance.
- Mr William FERRIS OBE DL. Lately Chief Executive, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust. For Services to Heritage.
- Mr Martin JONES. Chief Executive, Parole Board for England and Wales. For Services to Victims, Diversity and Transparency within the Parole Service.
- Dr Helen PARRETT OBE. Chief Executive Officer and Executive Principal, London South East Education Group. For Services to Education.
- Mr Michael ROWE. Director, Marine and Fisheries, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For Services to the EU Exit and International Trade.
- Kresse WESLING MBE. Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Elvis & Kresse Ltd. For Services to Sustainable Business.
- Mr James COPPIN. Executive Director, UK Government Investments. For Services to the Vaccine Taskforce.
- Mr David FORBES-NIXON. Co-Founder, Stepping Stones Special School. For Services to Children and Adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
- Mr Martin JONES. Lately Deputy Director and Negotiations Advisor, EU Transition Division, Department for Transport. For Public Service.
- Dr Daniel MCGONIGLE. Systems Research Lead, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For Services to Science and Operations in the Response to Covid-19.
- Michael NANKIVELL. Chair, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board, Fgas Implementation Group. For Services to the UK Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Industry.
- Ms Victoria RAYNER. Chief Executive Officer, National Care Forum. For Services to Social Care.
- Mrs Patricia BERNAL. Co-Founder and Trustee, Protection Against Stalking. For Services to the Prevention of Stalking.
- Mr Richard CHEESLEY. Tipstaff of the High Court, HM Courts and Tribunals Service. For Services to the High Court of England and Wales.
- Stephen CRADDOCK. Founder, Cycle4Heroes. For Services to Charity and the community in Kent.
- Mrs Lorraine DANIELS. Health and Wellbeing Adviser, HM Treasury. For Public Service.
- Mr Simon GADD. Founder and Director, Trinity Fencing CIC. For Services to Social Mobility.
- Mr Giles HILTON. Chairman and Commercial Manager, Canterbury Rugby Football Club. For Services to Rugby Union Football in Kent.
- Mrs Olga JOHNSON. Founder and Co-Chair, Nourish Community Foodbank in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. For Services to Charity.
- John KEELER. Chair of Governors, Headcorn Primary School and Governor, Park Way Primary School. For Services to Education.
- Mr Ngonidzaishe MAPANI. Lead Nurse Consultant, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Clinical Teaching Fellow, University College London, Department of Clinical Ophthalmology. For Services to Ophthalmology.
- Mr Jonathan PEEL. Director of Strategy and Business Operations, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. For Services to Higher Education.
- Mrs Gillian SHEPHERD-COATES. Chief Executive Officer, Age UK. For Services to Charity and Reducing Social Isolation and Loneliness for Older People.
- Mr Casey ABBOTT. Store Manager, Iceland Foods. For Services to Retail.
- Mrs Victoria BALDOCK. Assistant Headteacher. For Services to Education.
- Ms Tracy CARR. Chair, Talk It Out In Deal. For Services to Mental Health Funding and the Community in Deal, Kent.
- Mr Danny HAWKINS. Facilities Delivery Manager, Network Rail. For Services to the Railway.
- Mr Adam MCEVOY. For Disabled and Young People through Sport.
- Ms Chloî NEWMAN. For Services to the Manufacturing of PPE in Tenterden, Kent during Covid-19.
- Mrs Mavis NYE. Chief Executive, The Mavis Nye Foundation. For Services to People with Mesothelioma.
- Mrs Lynda SHEPHERD. For Services to the community in Kilndown.
- Miss Dawn STANFORD. For Services to the community in Tunbridge Wells, Kent particularly during Covid-19.
- Mr Johnathan WILSON. For Services to the community in Folkestone, Kent during Covid-19.
Kent New Year Honours 2022 Announced
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
- Professor Martin KNAPP. Director, NIHR School for Social Care Research and Professor, Health and Social Care Policy, London School of Economics. For Services to Social Care Research.
- Dr John STAGEMAN OBE. Chairman, LifeArc. For services to the Translation of Medical Research.
- Mrs Susie WARRAN-SMITH. Chair, Produced in Kent. For services to Small Businesses in the UK Food Industry.
- Colonel (Retd) Christopher ARGENT QVRM TD DL. Chair, United Kingdom Reserve Forces’ Association. For voluntary service to Reserve Forces in the UK and NATO.
- Mrs Julie BOUVERAT. For Political Service.
- Mr Anthony BRADDON. Philanthropist. For voluntary and charitable services to Homeless People and Underprivileged Children in London and the South East
- Dr Elizabeth BREEZE. Director, Centre for Philanthropy and Director, University of Kent. For services to Philanthropic Research and Fundraising.
- Ms Julie FOLEY. Director, Flood Risk Management Strategy and National Adaptation, Environment Agency. For services to Managing Flood Risk.
- Mr Jonathan SESNAN. Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Greenwich Leisure Ltd. For services to the UK Leisure Industry, particularly during Covid-19.
- Mrs Morenike AJAYI. Founder, Career Nuggets. For services to Race Equality and Inclusion
- Mr Antoine-Philippe BOO. First Secretary Migration and Borders, British Embassy Paris. For services to UK Border Security
- Mr Thomas COOKSON. Chairman, Physics Partners, Kent. For services to Education.
- Mrs Barbara COOPER. Corporate Director Growth, Environment and Transport, Kent County Council. For services to Transport and to the Covid-19 Response.
- Mr Kevin DICKENS. Director of Resources, The Abbey School, Faversham, Kent. For services to Education.
- Mrs Tracy LUKE. Chair of Governors, Turner Free School, Folkestone, Kent. For services to Education.
- Mr George MARCAR. Driver Policy Implementation Manager, Transport for London. For services to Transport in London.
- Mrs Carol MOODY. Foster Carer, Kent. For services to Foster Care.
- Mr Derek MOODY. Foster Carer, Kent. For services to Foster Care.
- Dr Robert PERKS. Lead Curator, Oral History and Director of National Life Stories, British Library. For services to Libraries, to the National Archives and to Oral History, particularly during Covid-19.
- Ms Hilary PERRIN. Lately Director, Regional Organisation, The Labour Party. For Political Service.
- Mrs Yvonne ROGAN. Policy Adviser, Public Bodies Team, Cabinet Office. For services to Diversity and Inclusion.
- Mr Jeremy ROOK. Head, Business Assurance, H.M. Prison Elmley. For services to Reducing Reoffending.
- Mr David SHARP. For services to Broadcasting and to Education.
- Mr Wayne SMITH. For services to People with Mental Health Issues and the community in Dover, Kent
- Mr Martyn STYLES. For services to Junior and Youth Sailing.
- Mrs Liesje ATHWAL. For services to the community in Tonbridge, Kent, particularly during Covid-19
- Mrs Eliza ECCLESTONE. For services to the community in Sevenoaks, Kent during Covid-19.
- Mrs Claire RITCHIE. For services to the community in Sevenoaks, Kent, particularly during Covid-19.
- Mrs Kelly SHORT. Co-Lead, Cancer Support Network, Environment Agency. For services to People Affected by Cancer.
- Dr Darren SMART. For services to Public Libraries.
- Miss Pamela TOLHURST. For services to the community in Gillingham, Kent