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Just after she was visiting The Eden Project, The Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2021 was released. The List demonstrates the extraordinary efforts made by individuals in all four nations of the United Kingdom during the pandemic. The List includes those who have worked throughout the crisis, putting others before themselves. These include caring neighbours, frontline and community heroes, to those supporting the UK recovery.

Cornwall Voluntary Sector Forum is proud to announce that 15 Queen’s Honours 2021 awards were officiated locally, demonstrating the spirit of philanthropy we are so proud of in the Duchy. There were two Honours Awards for Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE); six for Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) and seven for British Empire Medal (BEM).

These are listed below:

Arlin John Rickard, OBE for Services to the Natural Environment

Chief Executive of Cornwall Rivers Trust, Arlin hails from Altarnun

Doctor Andrea Mae Sidmock, OBE for public service

Newquay based Doctor Sidmock is Deputy Director, Policy Lab and Open Innovation Team, Policy Innovation Unit, Cabinet Office.

Philip Hoppenbrouwers, MBE for services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Based in Liskeard, this award is for the work as proprietor of ALP Schools and specific to services for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Kent and Leicester.

Gareth Alwyn Horner, MBE for Services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution

This MBE is awarded for his work as Lifeboat Operations Manager, Newquay Lifeboat Station.

Jane Ruth Johnson, MBE for services to People with Disabilities during Covid-19

The strategic lead of our Disability Alliance, Jane is Chief Executive of disAbility Cornwall and Isles of Scilly. Based in Hayle, we congratulate her on the MBE for services to People with Disabilities during Covid-19.

Nicola Mary Markham, MBE for services to communities in the South West of England particularly during Covid-19

Callington based Nicola receives this award for services to communities in the South West of England particularly during Covid-19.

Catherine Anne Scutt, MBE for services to education

Catherine carries out the role of Director of Education and Research, Chartered College of Teaching from Par in Cornwall.

Major Returned To Duty (Rtd) William Hugo White, MBE for services to the Regimental Museum, the Rifles Regimental Association and the community in Padstow, Cornwall

Major White received an MBE for services to the Regimental Museum, the Rifles Regimental Association and the community in Padstow, Cornwall.

Leslie Eastlake, BEM for services to the community

For services to the community in St Tudy, Cornwall.

Luke Thomas Francis, BEM for services to the Post Office and the community

Head Postmaster, Luke is recognised for services to the Post Office and the community in Bude

Pauline Dawn Giles, BEM for services to the community

For services to the community in St Blazey, Cornwall.

Tamsin Harris, BEM for services to Education and Voluntary Work

Deputy Headteacher, Indian Queens Primary School, Cornwall. For services to Education and Voluntary Work.

Beatrice Rosemary Jackson, BEM for voluntary service to the British Red Cross

Patron and Emergency Response Volunteer, Cornwall and Scilly Isles. For voluntary service to the British Red Cross.

Hazel Claire Johnson, BEM for services to Education

Parent Support Adviser, Berrycoombe Primary School, Bodmin, Cornwall. For services to Education.

Karen Jean Roberts, BEM for services to the community

For services to the community in St Tudy, Cornwall.