2005 New Year Honours

New Year Honours were granted in the United Kingdom and New Zealand at the start of 2005. Among these in the UK were knighthoods awarded to Mike Tomlinson, the educationalist; Derek Wanless, who led a review of the National Health Service; and Brian Harrison, editor of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. The former athlete Kelly Holmes was made a Dame. The television presenter Alan Whicker was awarded a CBE.[1][2]

United KingdomEdit

Knights BachelorEdit

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

Order of the BathEdit

Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (G.C.B.)Edit

Military Division
Army

Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath (K.C.B.)Edit

Military Division
Army
Royal Air Force
Civil Division

Companions of the Order of the Bath (C.B.)Edit

Military Division
Royal Navy
Army
Royal Air Force
  • Air Vice-Marshal James Andrew Collier, C.B.E., Royal Air Force.
  • Air Vice-Marshal Peter Brett Walker, C.B.E., Royal Air Force.
Civil Division

Order of St Michael and St GeorgeEdit

Knights Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (K.C.M.G.)Edit

Diplomatic Division

Companions of the Order of St Michael and St George (C.M.G.)Edit

Civil Division
  • Elizabeth Kerr Burns, O.B.E., president of the International Association of Volunteer Effort. For services to Volunteering.
  • Stuart John Doughty, chief executive of Costain Group plc. For services to International Trade and Investment.
  • John Charles Odling-Smee, lately director of the European II Department of the International Monetary Fund. For services to International Finance.
Diplomatic Division

Royal Victorian OrderEdit

Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order (C.V.O.)Edit

Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order (L.V.O.)Edit

Members of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.)Edit

Order of the British EmpireEdit

Knights and Dames Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire (GBE)Edit

Civilian DivisionEdit

Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)Edit

Civilian DivisionEdit

  • Miss Kelly Holmes, MBE, For services to Athletics.
  • Mrs Mary Beaton MacDonald, headteacher, Riverside Primary School, North Shields, North Tyneside. For services to Education.
  • The Rev Sarah Elisabeth Mullally, formerly chief nursing officer, Department of Health.
  • Dr Gillian Mary Pugh, OBE, chief executive, Coram Family. For services to Children and their Families.
  • Professor Jean Olwen Thomas, CBE, FRS, Professor of Macromolecular Biochemistry, University of Cambridge. For services to Biochemistry.
  • Mrs Tanni Carys Davina Grey-Thompson, OBE, For services to Disabled Sport.
  • Dr Fanny Waterman, CBE, chair and artistic director, Leeds International Pianoforte Competition. For services to Music.

Diplomatic Service and OverseasEdit

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)Edit

Military DivisionEdit

  • Commodore James Rupert Fenshawe, Royal Navy.
  • Captain (now Commodore) Peter Derek Hudson, Royal Navy.
  • Commodore Christopher Anthony James Silcock, Royal Navy.
  • Colonel Richard Peter Meredith Austin (471191), late Adjutant General’s Corps (Army Legal Services Branch).
  • Brigadier David Charles Kirk, M.B.E. (505287), late The Royal Highland Fusiliers.
  • Brigadier Robert Lamont Kirkland, O.B.E. (501627), late The Green Howards.
  • Colonel Robert James Morrison, O.B.E. (493056), late The Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Brigadier Richard Rook, O.B.E., A.D.C. (489593), late Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Group Captain Brian Lawrence Bates, Royal Air Force.
  • Group Captain Stephen John Hillier, DFC, Royal Air Force.
  • Air Commodore Nigel Williams, Royal Air Force.

Civilian DivisionEdit

  • Roy Kenneth Alder, director, Executive Support, Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.
  • John Murray Allan, chief executive, Exel and president, Freight Transport Association. For services to Freight Transport.
  • Colin Herbert Baker, General secretary, National Federation of Subpostmasters. For services to the Post Office.
  • Mrs Mair Barnes, For services to the Retail Sector and to Business.
  • Ms Carol Vanessa Bernard, chief officer, Northamptonshire Probation Area. For services to the National Probation Service.
  • Richard David (Sandy) Blair, formerly director, Welsh Local Government Association. For services to Local Government.
  • Professor Quentin Saxby Blake, OBE, Illustrator. For services to Children's Literature.
  • Professor Senga Bond, Professor of Nursing Research and head, School of Population and Health Sciences, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. For services to Nursing.
  • Steven Richard Bowker, formerly chairman and chief executive, Strategic Rail Authority. For services to the Rail Industry.
  • Stewart Craufurd Boyd, QC, deputy chair, Financial Services Authority. For services to the Finance Sector.
  • Peter Richard Bradley, chief executive, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust. For services to the NHS.
  • Dr Robert Keith Bramley, formerly chief scientist, Forensic Science Service, Home Office.
  • Gerard Anthony Brown, Solicitor Advocate. For services to the Justice System in Scotland.
  • Professor John Boscawen Burland, FRS, Emeritus Professor of Soil Mechanics, Imperial College, London. For services to Geotechnical Engineering.
  • Maxwell Marshall Caller, chief executive, London Borough of Hackney. For services to Local Government.
  • John Charles Clare, chief executive, Dixons. For services to the National Employment Panel and to Business.
  • Mrs Mary Clarke, director of nursing, City and Hackney Teaching Primary Care Trust. For services to Nursing.
  • Professor Roger Howard Clarke, chairman, International Commission on Radiological Protection.
  • Graham Nigel Cole, director, government affairs, GKN plc. For services to the Aerospace Industry.
  • Richard Charles Cooke, regional director, Northern England, Inland Revenue.
  • Dr John Philip Cornish, formerly head, Building Control Division, Development Department, Scottish Executive.
  • Mrs Jill Vivienne Kelsall Coughlan, headteacher, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School, Islington, London. For services to Education.
  • Andrew Cozens, formerly president, Association of Directors of Social Services. For services to Social Work.
  • Roger Creedon, chief executive, Electoral Commission. For services to Elections.
  • Stephen Colin Cuthbert, chief executive, Port of London Authority and chair, UK Major Ports Group. For services to the Ports Industry.
  • Roger Harry Daltrey, For services to Music, the Entertainment Industry, and to charity.
  • Antonio Denunzio, president and chief executive officer, ASDA. For services to the Retail Industry.
  • Professor Dian Donnai, Professor of Medical Genetics, University of Manchester and Clinical director, North West Genetics Service. For services to Medicine.
  • Ms Helen Dudley, director, human resources, Department for Constitutional Affairs.
  • Professor William Dunlop, formerly president, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. For services to Medicine.
  • Robin Arthur Philip Duval, formerly director, British Board of Film Classification. For services to the Film Industry.
  • Paul Fletcher Everall, head, Building Division, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
  • David James Fillingham, formerly director, NHS Modernisation Agency. For services to the NHS.
  • Professor John Garside, formerly principal and vice-chancellor, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. For services to Higher Education.
  • Simon James Holliday Gray, writer. For services to Drama and Literature.
  • Patrick John Spear Griggs, formerly president, chair, Comite Maritime International. For services to the Maritime Industry.
  • Peter Michael Roland Handcock, chief executive, Tribunals Service, Department for Constitutional Affairs.
  • Dr Anthony George Harris, OBE, chair, West Midlands Rural Affairs Forum. For services to Agriculture and to the Environment.
  • John Eric Harris, MBE, chair, Alba plc. For services to Business and to Charity.
  • Dr Frederic Roger Heathcote, chief executive, Employment Tribunals Service.
  • Michael Irving Ian Hedges, QPM, formerly chief constable, South Yorkshire Police. For services to the Police.
  • Philip David Hedley, formerly artistic director and chief executive, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London. For services to Drama.
  • Professor Anthony John Grenville Hey, Professor of Computation, University of Southampton and director, UK e-Science Programme. For services to Science.
  • Patrick Holden, director, Soil Association. For services to Organic Farming.
  • Peter Holland, DL, vice-chair, Association of Police Authorities. For services to the Police.
  • Jonathan Wilson Hoyle, senior civil servant, Ministry of Defence.
  • Christopher John Hughes, formerly chief executive, Learning and Skills Development Agency. For services to Education and Training.
  • Professor Susan Diana Iversen, pro-vice chancellor, University of Oxford. For services to Higher Education and to Science.
  • Professor Lisa Jardine, Professor of Renaissance Studies, Queen Mary, University of London. For services to Education.
  • Lady Sylvia Jay, director general, Food and Drink Federation. For services to the Food and Drink Industries.
  • General Lawrence Edward Johnson, formerly managing director, Dynamics UK Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Dr Richard Parry-Jones, group vice-president, global product development and chief technical officer, Ford Motor Company. For services to the Automobile Industry.
  • Richard Edward Kellaway, director general, Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
  • Mrs Alison Lindsay King, Leader, Norfolk County Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Dr Pauleen Alice Lane, For services to Local Government.
  • Mrs Anne Shirley Lucas Lapping, television producer. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Brian Michael Lapping, Television Producer. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Peter Lederer, OBE, chair, Visitscotland. For services to Tourism.
  • Christopher John Lendrum, formerly vice chair, Barclays Bank plc. For services to Banking.
  • John Richard Lill, OBE, pianist. For services to Music.
  • Alan Lovell, senior civil servant, Ministry of Defence.
  • Ms Anna Raymond Massey, actress. For services to Drama.
  • Cresson Vivian McIver, assistant chief inspector, Education and Training Inspectorate, Department of Education, Northern Ireland.
  • Keith Manson Miller, chief executive, The Miller Group. For services to the Construction Industry in Scotland and to Charity.
  • Ms Gloria Helenly Mills, MBE, director of equal opportunities, Unison. For services to Equal Opportunities.
  • Denis Mulkerrin, headteacher, Gordon's School, Woking, Surrey. For services to Education.
  • Professor Christopher Paul Mullard, member, Campaign against Racial Discrimination. For services to Race Relations.
  • Thomas Michael Napier, For services to the Law and to Pro Bono Legal Work.
  • Maurice Raymond Newey, formerly chief executive, Vehicle and Operator Services Agency.
  • Walter Anthony Payne, chief executive, Federation of Licensed Victuallers Association. For services to the Licensing Trade.
  • Frank Pignatelli, chief executive, Scottish University for Industry. For services to Education and Lifelong Learning.
  • Professor Robert Arthur Pinker, Privacy commissioner, Press Complaints Commission. For public service.
  • Alan Frederick Plater, writer and playwright. For services to Drama.
  • Sister Bernadette Mary Porter, formerly rector and chief executive, Roehampton University of Surrey. For services to Higher Education.
  • Geoffrey Colin Powell, OBE, For services to Financial Regulation and to the community in Jersey.
  • Professor Judith Anne Rees, deputy director and Professor of Environmental and Resources Management, London School of Economics and Political Science. For services to Social Science.
  • Mrs Susan Ilene Rice, chief executive, Lloyds TSB Scotland. For services to Banking.
  • David Richards, director, Prodrive. For services to Motor Sport.
  • Professor Donald Andrew Ritchie, DL, Emeritus Professor of Genetics, University of Liverpool and deputy chairman, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment and to Science.
  • Terence James Rose, director Wales and South West, Health and Safety Executive.
  • Timothy David Melville-Ross, chair, Investors in People UK. For services to Workplace Learning and Development.
  • Graeme David Rowe, head, International Shipping Policy Division, Department for Transport.
  • Michael James Ryan, vice-president and general manager, Short Bros plc. For services to Business in Northern Ireland.
  • Dr Michael Shooter, consultant child psychiatrist. For services to the NHS in Wales.
  • Neville Shulman, OBE, Charity Fundraising Explorer and Mountaineer and chairman of the George Thomas Educational Trust. For charitable services.
  • Thomas Frederick Stainer, chief agricultural economist, director of Policy and Economics Division, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Northern Ireland Executive.
  • Eric Sykes, OBE, actor. For services to Drama.
  • Dr Wendy Thomson, head, Office of Public Service Reform, Cabinet Office.
  • Professor Cheryll Anne Tickle, FRS, FRSE, Foulerton Royal Society Professor, University of Dundee and Member, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. For services to Biology.
  • Douglas Tweddle, director, Regional Business Services, HM Customs and Excise.
  • Anu Kiran Vedi, Group chief executive, Genesis Housing Group. For services to Housing.
  • Ms Pamela Janice Warhurst, deputy-chair, Countryside Agency. For services to the Environment.
  • John Merlin Waterson, formerly historic properties director, National Trust. For services to Heritage.
  • Barry Nicholas Aubrey Weatherill, chair, Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. For services to Blind People.
  • Alan Donald Whicker, author and broadcaster. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Peter Whittaker, formerly headteacher, Hall Green School, Birmingham. For services to Education.
  • Professor Patricia Mang Ming Woo, Professor of Paediatric Rheumatology, University College, London. For services to Medicine.
  • Donald Wood, chief executive, London and Quadrant Housing Trust. For services to Social Housing.

Diplomatic Service and OverseasEdit

  • Mohamed Iqbal Asaria. For services to international development.
  • Ian Miller Bill. For services to British business interest in the oil and gas sector.
  • Dr. Colin Michael Foale. For services to space exploration.
  • Alfred Kane, president, Glencree Centre for Reconciliation, Ireland.
  • Melvyn Edgar Angus Lockie, counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Charles Adam Edward Pollock. For services to opera and UK-Italian cultural relations.
  • Dr. Alan Edward Smith. For services to biotechnology research and to British trade development in the USA.
  • Jonathan Francis Taylor. chairman, Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission. For services to UK-USA relations.
  • Stephen Taylor. For services to civil engineering in the USA.


Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)Edit

Civil DivisionEdit

  • Professor Anne Lesley Abbott, Professor of Early Childhood Education, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to Education.
  • Nazir Afzal, Sector Director, Crown Prosecution Service.
  • Dr. Kishori Gopal Agrawal, J.P., General Medical Practitioner, Sandwell, West Midlands. For services to Healthcare.
  • Charles Benedict Ainslie, M.B.E., Yachtsman. For services to Sailing.
  • Peter Maclaren Aitken, Senior Business Manager, H.M. Customs and Excise.
  • George Henry Alcock, Honorary Consul (Northern England) for the Philippines. For services to the community in the North West.
  • Maggi, Mrs. Allan, Executive Director, Education Resources, South Lanarkshire Council. For services to Education.
  • Guy Reid-Bailey, Chair, United Housing Association. For services to Social Housing in the South West.
  • Professor John Keith Banyard, Director, Asset Management, Severn Trent Water Ltd. For services to the Water Industry and to Engineering.
  • Eric Malcolm Barnes, Non-Executive Director, Experian and Chairman, Nottingham Forest plc. For services to the community in the East Midlands.
  • Dr. Hugh Wilson Taylor Barron, Lecturer, Department of Engineering, University of Aberdeen. For services to Road Accident Investigation.
  • John Adrian Shepherd-Barron. Inventor of the Automatic Cash Dispenser. For services to Banking.
  • Professor Simon Baumberg. For services to Science. Archibald Howard Beattie, Investment Manager, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Northern Ireland Executive.
  • Miss Leanne Benjamin (Mrs. Round), Principal, Royal Ballet Company. For services to Dance.
  • Celia Jane Isherwood Bennett, lately Director, British Meat Processors Association. For services to the Meat and Livestock Industries.
  • Trevor Paul Benson, Managing Director, Precision Air Systems, Ultra Electronics. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Professor David Berridge, Professor of Child and Family Welfare, University of Luton. For services to Children.
  • Dr. Kristine Beuret, Director, Social Research Associates. For services to Disabled People.
  • The Reverend Prebendary Richard Thomas Bewes, Rector, All Souls Church, Langham Place, London. For services to the Church of England.
  • The Reverend Dr. Inderjit Bhogal, Methodist Minister. For services to Inter-faith Relations.
  • Malcolm Hugh Bird, Director, Quality and Sustainable Development, GKN Driveline. For services to the Automotive Industry.
  • Dr. Christopher Board, lately Chair, UK Committee for Cartography, British Cartographic Society. For services to Cartography.
  • Professor Mark Haworth-Booth, lately Senior Curator of Photographs, Victoria and Albert Museum. For services to Museums.
  • Michael Brace, Chair, British Paralympic Association. For services to Disabled Sport.
  • Dr. Mervyn Edward Bramley, lately Flood Defence Development Manager, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment.
  • Christopher Roger Etrick Brooke. For services to Medical Research and to the community in Hampshire.
  • David Brown, Chief Executive, North Cornwall District Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Professor Stephen Frederick Brown, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Nottingham. For services to Road Engineering.
  • Richard Henry Burbidge, Chair and Managing Director, Richard Burbidge Ltd. For services to Business and to the community in Oswestry, Shropshire.
  • Professor Peter Sherwood Burge, Professor of Occupational Medicine, Institute of Occupational Medicine, University of Birmingham. For services to Medicine.
  • Ms Frances Burns, Head, Development and Publication Unit, Department for International Development.
  • Professor Sally Byng, Chief Executive, Connect—the communication disability network. For services to Speech and Language Therapy.
  • Neil Carr, Executive Director of Nursing, South Staffordshire Health Care NHS Trust. For services to Nursing.
  • David Edward John Carson, Head of Tourism Branch, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Northern Ireland Executive.
  • David Alexander Carter, Grade 7, Health and Safety Executive.
  • Raymond Bobby Carter, lately Chairman, English Schools Football Association and Chair, Games and Sports Division, Central Council for Physical Recreation. For services to Sport.
  • Pamela Margaret, Mrs. Castle, Chair, Thames Environment Protection Advisory Committee and Chair, Business and Community Safety Forum. For services to the Environment.
  • Michael Walter Charleston, Honorary Secretary, South West Rivers Association. For services to Salmon and Wildlife Conservation.
  • Francis Anthony Charnock, lately Headteacher, Holy Cross Roman Catholic High School, Chorley, Lancashire. For services to Education.
  • Brian Edwin Chesworth, J.P. For services to Business and to the community in Macclesfield, Cheshire.
  • Michael Clark, Managing Director, International Fish Canners (Scotland). For services to the Food Industry.
  • James Dudley Henderson Clarke, B.E.M., Chair, London Marathon. For services to Sport.
  • John Edward Clarke. For services to the community in Coventry.
  • Robert John Clifford, Grade 7, Coroners Unit, Home Office.
  • Anthony Climpson, Tourism and Publicity Officer, New Forest District Council and Immediate Past President, Tourism Management Institute. For services to Local Government.
  • Nigel Richard John Coleman, lately Group Valuation Officer, North London Valuation OYce Agency, Inland Revenue.
  • Margaret Elizabeth, Mrs. Cooke, Assistant Director of Finance, Patent Office.
  • Raymond George Alfred Cooney, Actor, Writer, Director and Producer. For services to Drama.
  • Lesley Jane, Mrs. Corbett, Headteacher, Carden Primary School, Brighton, East Sussex. For services to Education.
  • Martin Couchman, Deputy Chief Executive, British Hospitality Association. For services to Hospitality.
  • James Edward Cracknell, M.B.E., Rower. For services to Sport.
  • James Douglas Craig, Managing Director, Craig Group Ltd. For services to Business and to the community in North East Scotland.
  • Stephen Cranston, Chief Executive, The Arts Factory, Ferndale, Rhondda. For services to Lifelong Learning.
  • Professor Dorothy Hanson Crawford, Robert Irvine Professor of Medical Microbiology, University of Edinburgh. For services to Higher Education and Science.
  • Keith Crockford, Waterfront Engineering Executive, Fleet Support Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Geoffrey Alexander Daniels, Director, National Learning and Skills Council. For services to Further Education.
  • Professor Richard Adrian Daugherty, lately Professor, Education Department, University of Wales Aberystwyth. For services to Education.
  • John Hamilton Davies, Chair, Civil Service Appeal Board. For public service.
  • Priscilla Elizabeth, Mrs. Davies, J.P., Regional Development Manager, INCLUDE. For services to Young People and to the community in Wales.
  • Shirley Ann, Mrs. Davies, Deputy Director of Service, Inland Revenue.
  • Ivan Davis. For political and public service.
  • John Dennis, Joint Managing Director, John Dennis Coachbuilders. For services to the Firefighting Industry.
  • John Joseph Devine, lately Journalist, Irish Independent. For services to Journalism.
  • Professor Thomas Martin Devine, Glucksman Research Professor and Director, AHRB Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen. For services to Scottish History.
  • Dr. Stuart Dobson, Ecotoxicologist and Physiologist, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Monks Wood, Huntingdon. For services to Ecotoxicology.
  • Professor Anna Felicja Dominiczak, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, BHF Glasgow Cardiovascular Research Centre, University of Glasgow. For services to Medicine.
  • Professor Christopher Stephen Downes, Professor of Cancer Biology, University of Ulster. For services to Biomedical Research.
  • Dr. John Richard Dudeney, Deputy Director, British Antarctic Survey. For services to Science.
  • David Stanley Edwards, lately Chief Executive, Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust. For services to the NHS.
  • Douglas Ellis. For services to Football and to the community in the West Midlands.
  • Francis Edwin Ellison, B.E.M. For services to the British Korean Veterans’ Association.
  • Terence John Martin Elphick, lately Project Manager, Skanska. For services to the Ministry of Defence.
  • John Nicholas McAlpine Entwistle, D.L. For services the community in the North West.
  • Robert Harald Faber, lately Project Director, Oxford University Press for the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. For services to Scholarship.
  • Leslie Stephen Fairweather. For services to Architecture, H.M. Prison Service and to the community in West Sussex.
  • Robert Andrew Farmer, lately Chief Executive, Forest Enterprise Wales.
  • Andrew Farrell, Wigan and Great Britain Rugby Captain. For services to Rugby League.
  • David Findlay, Managing Director, Automotive Technik Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Nigel Kennedy-Finlayson, lately Head, Business and Information Systems Division, National Assembly for Wales.
  • Alexander Barry Fisher, Captain, British Airways. For services to Civil Aviation.
  • Sally Margaret Doris, Mrs. Floyer, Managing Director, Frederick Warne and Co. For services to Publishing and to Tourism in the Lake District.
  • Peter Karl James Franzen, Editor, Eastern Daily Press. For services to Journalism.
  • Edward Friel, Chief Executive, Greater Glasgow and Clyde Valley Tourist Board. For services to Tourism in Scotland.
  • Anne, Mrs. Galbraith. For services to the community in the North East.
  • Archibald Duncan Galloway. For services to the Corporation and City of London.
  • Hugh Gardner, Director of Social Services and Housing, City and County of Swansea. For services to Social Care.
  • Miss Sharon Girling, Detective Constable, National Crime Squad. For services to the Police.
  • Robert Mark Glover, for services to fostering and childcare in China.
  • Duncan Bruce Godefroy, J.P. For services to the community in Plymouth.
  • Dr. Alison Jane Patricia Goligher, Vice President of Production, Schlumberger. For services to the Oil and Gas Industries.
  • Ian Gordon, Q.P.M., Deputy Chief Constable, Tayside Police. For services to the Police in Scotland.
  • Martin Edwin Gorham, Chief Executive, National Blood Authority. For services to the NHS.
  • Anthony Ernest Grant, Vice-Chair, Leeds and Holbeck Building Society. For public services in West Yorkshire.
  • Ms Katherine Anne Green, Chief Executive, Child Poverty Action Group and Member, National Employment Panel. For services to Welfare Work.
  • Catherine, Mrs. Griffiths, Head, Radiation Protection and QA Services, Directorate of Medical Imaging and Medical Physics, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Medicine.
  • Professor Ralph Alan Griffiths, Chair, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. For services to Heritage.
  • Trevor Thomas Griffiths, Chair, Law and Constitution Committee, General Dental Council. For services to Dentistry.
  • Philip Howard Gronow, Deputy Director, Corporate Support Group, Receivables Management Service, Inland Revenue.
  • Graham Richard Hadfield, Chief Executive, Civil Service Insurance Society. For public service.
  • Robert James Hancock, Regional Secretary, Transport and General Workers Union. For services to the Trade Union Movement in Wales.
  • Ann Christine, Mrs. Harris, Headteacher, Oaktree Nursery and Primary School, Swindon, Wiltshire. For services to Education.
  • Sue, Mrs. Harrison, Assistant Director, European Markets, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Professor George Hazel, lately President, Institution of Highways and Transportation. For services to Transport.
  • David Heather, lately Deputy Chief Executive, Agricultural Industries Confederation. For services to the Fertiliser Industry.
  • James Hehir, Chief Executive, Ipswich Borough Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Miss Susan Jane Hemming, Crown Prosecutor, Crown Prosecution Service.
  • Annabel, Mrs. Hemstedt, lately Executive Director, Basic Skills Agency. For services to Basic Skills Education.
  • Wilfred Neale Henderson, Technical Operations Manager, National Audit Office.
  • George Charles Hepburn, Chief Executive, Community Foundation serving Tyne and Wear and Northumberland. For services to the community in the North East.
  • Robert Graham Hubbard, Principal and Chief Executive, Prior’s Court School, Thatcham, Berkshire. For services to Special Needs Education.
  • Dr. John David Wynne Hudson, lately Headteacher, Holloway School, Islington, London. For services to Education.
  • William Joseph Hutcheson, Headteacher, Elm Court School, Lambeth, London. For services to Special Needs Education.
  • Robert Neil Hutley, Justices’ Chief Executive for Devon and Cornwall. For services to the Administration of Justice.
  • David Keith Marlais James, lately Chair, Eversheds LLP. For services to Business and to the community in Wales.
  • Karl William Pamp Jenkins, Composer. For services to Music.
  • Joyce Sara Ramsay, Mrs. Johnston, Principal, Fife College of Further and Higher Education. For services to Further Education in Scotland.
  • Carol, Mrs. Jones, Headteacher, St. Barnabas Church of England Primary School, Bristol. For services to Education.
  • Dr. William Johnstone Jordan, Vice-President, RSPCA. For services to Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare.
  • Desmond Hugh Kelly, Assistant Director, Birmingham Royal Ballet. For services to Dance.
  • Claude Alaric Anthony Kilmister. For services to Health and to the Prayer Book Society.
  • Samuel Kinkaid. For public service.
  • John Andrew Kissock, Joint Managing Director, James Jones and Sons. For services to Forestry.
  • Sheelin Virginia, The Viscountess Knollys, D.L. For services to the community in Norfolk.
  • Paul Crosby Lamplugh. For services to The Suzy Lamplugh Trust.
  • Advocate John Emile Langlois, lately Peoples’ Deputy to the States of Guernsey. For services to the community in Guernsey.
  • Dr. Colin Reginald Lattimore, J.P. For services to English Decorative and Applied Fine Arts and to the community in Cambridge.
  • Lilian, Mrs. Lawson, Director, Scottish Council on Deafness. For services to Deaf People.
  • Dr. Phillip Andrew Leech, Principal Medical OYcer for Primary Care, Department of Health.
  • David Graham Lendon, Chair, Lincolnshire Business Education Trust. For services to Education.
  • David Ross Leslie, Service Development Manager, City of Edinburgh Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Dorothy Eva, Mrs. Levy, lately Educational Consultant, Attention Deficit Disorders Information Services. For services to Special Needs Education.
  • Dennis Licence, Managing Director, First Trust Bank. For services to Banking and to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Miss Ceinwen Susan Jane Lloyd, Branch Manager (Births and Deaths). General Register Office, Southport, Office for National Statistics.
  • Thomas Paul Lloyd, Grade 7, Disability and Carers Service, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Brian Richard Lord, first secretary, FCO.[3]
  • Ralph David Luck, Director, English Partnerships. For services to Urban Regeneration.
  • Jacqueline Elizabeth, Mrs. Lythell, Alderman, Brighton and Hove City Council. For services to the community in Brighton and Hove.
  • Gavin Anderson Mackay, M.B.E., Grade 7, Prime Minister’s Office,
  • Andrew Makepeace, Project Sponsor, Parliamentary Estates Directorate, House of Commons.
  • Dr. Michael Maloney, Freelance Photographer. For services to Photojournalism.
  • John Malynn, Team Leader, School Inspection and OFSTED Corporate Relations Unit, Local Authority Performance Division, Department for Education and Skills.
  • Professor Gerald Manners, Chair, Association of Charitable Foundations. For charitable services.
  • Wendy Rita, Mrs. Marrable, lately Special Investigation Section Team Leader, Inland Revenue.
  • Brian Peter Marsh. For services to Business and to the Marsh Christian Trust in London.
  • John Marshall, Consultant, Marshall Construction. For services to the Construction Industry and to the community in Clackmannanshire.
  • Simon McBurney, Actor and Artistic Director, Theatre de Complicite. For services to Drama.
  • Dr. Norman Keith Ian McIver. For services to Diving Safety.
  • Sheila Mary, Mrs. McKinley, Head, Producer Responsibility Unit, Waste Management Division, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
  • James Malcolm McManners, Headteacher, Cassop Primary School, Durham. For services to Education.
  • Roger James Mercer, lately Secretary, Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. For services to Archaeology.
  • Professor Victor Thomas Charles Middleton. For services to Tourism.
  • William Ian Mitchell. For services to Housing in Scotland.
  • Dr. Peter Douglas Molyneux, Chief Executive Officer, Lionhead Studios. For services to the Computer Video Games Industry.
  • Colin Stuart Montgomerie, M.B.E. For services to Golf.
  • The Right Reverend Alan Wyndham Morgan. For services to the community in Nottinghamshire.
  • Philip Jonathan Clifford Mould, Honorary Arts Adviser to the Houses of Parliament.
  • Professor Charles William Munn, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland. For services to Banking.
  • Dr. Wadi Yusuf Nassar. For services to Community Relations in Manchester.
  • Peter Andrew Nicholson, Head, Newham Youth OVending Services. For services to Youth and Community Justice, London.
  • Derek Norcross, D.L. For services to the community in East Sussex.
  • Michael Anthony O’Connor, Grade B2, Ministry of Defence.
  • Yvonne Margaret, Mrs. Osman, Member, Scottish Legal Aid Board. For services to the Administration of Justice.
  • Geoffrey Palmer, Actor. For services to Drama.
  • Dr. Syed Abdul-Aziz Pasha, Founder, Union of Muslim Organisations. For services to Race Relations.
  • Dr. John Gordon Paterson, Deputy Chair, UK Screening Committee. For services to Cancer Screening.
  • Frederick Charles Anthony Payne, lately General Manager, Ordnance Survey, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
  • David Lee Pearson, M.B.E. For services to Equestrianism and to Disabled Sport.
  • Anthony William Dunn Pexton, lately Chair, Sustainable LINK Programme Management Committee and Assured Combinable Crops. For services to Arable Agriculture.
  • Janet Dorothy, Mrs. Pickles, Cardiff Women’s Safety Unit. For services to Community Safety in South Wales.
  • Mary Laird, Mrs. Pitcaithly, Chief Executive, Falkirk Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Adrian Mark Pollitt Director, Office of the Strategic Health Authorities. For services to the NHS.
  • Samuel David Pollock. For public service.
  • Colin Dunlop Port, Deputy Chief Constable, Norfolk Constabulary. For services to the Police.
  • Miss April Ann Pumfleet, Principal Inspector (Development), Havering Local Education Authority. For services to Education.
  • John James Quigley, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence.
  • Stephen Bradley Quinn, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence.
  • Roger George Radford. For services to the Church of England.
  • Donald Raistrick, Head, Knowledge and Information Resources Branch, Department for Constitutional Affairs.
  • David Michael Ronald Reading, Founder, Anaphylaxis Campaign. For services to People with Allergies.
  • Shelia, Mrs. Reiter, Chair, WaterVoice Wessex. For services to the Water Industry.
  • Sheelagh Elizabeth, Mrs. Richards, Secretary and Chief Executive, British Association of Occupational Therapists and College of Occupational Therapists. For services to Healthcare.
  • Margaret Ann, Mrs. Richardson, Curator, Sir John Soane’s Museum, London. For services to Museums.
  • Nigel Robbins, Principal, Cirencester College, Gloucestershire. For services to Further Education and to Training.
  • Miss Shirley Ann Robertson, M.B.E. For services to Sailing.
  • Kevin Peter James Rogers, Director, H.M. Prison Dovegate, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire. For services to the Contracted-Out Prison Service.
  • Sarindar Singh Sahota, Chair, SRB 6 North West Corridors of Regeneration. For services to the community in Handsworth, Birmingham.
  • Anthony Paul Sangwine, Specialist Adviser, Horticulture and Nature Conservation, Highways Agency.
  • Christopher Andrew Saunders. For services to Save the Children UK.
  • Neil Scales, Chief Executive and Director General, Merseyside Passenger Transport Authority and Executive. For services to Public Transport.
  • Robert Leslie Scott, lately Acting Director, Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester. For services to Museums.
  • Robert William Lowry Scott, D.L., lately Chair, Forestry and Timber Association. For services to Forestry.
  • Stephen Francis Seaber, Chief Fire OYcer, Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire Rescue Service.
  • Rodney Horrocks Sellers. For services to Business in the North West.
  • Miss Alexandra Shulman, Editor, British Vogue. For services to the Magazine Industry.
  • Pamela Minerva Odette, Mrs. Singh, lately Headteacher, Pope John Roman Catholic Primary School, Shepherds Bush, London. For services to Education.
  • Guy Sizeland, Grade B2, Ministry of Defence.
  • David Ronald Smith, Regional Home Office Director, Government Office for the North West.
  • Philip John Snell, Grade 7, Special Educational Needs Policy Framework and Transition Team, Department for Education and Skills.
  • Ms Mary Arlene Anne Spiers, Chief Executive, Ulster Cancer Foundation. For services to Healthcare.
  • Bernard Geoffrey Spittle. For services to Sports Administration.
  • Christopher Austin Stendall, Grade 7, Regeneration Sponsorship Division, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
  • David William Edmund Sterry, Chief Executive, May Gurney Integrated Services plc. For services to Civil Engineering.
  • Angela Patricia, Mrs. Stones, Headteacher, McMillan Nursery School, Kingston-upon-Hull. For services to Early Years Education.
  • Peter Stoppard. For services to the community in the South West.
  • Kenneth Graham Stott. For services to the Willow Industry in the South West.
  • John Richard Thomas Sullivan, Writer. For services to Drama.
  • Stacey, Mrs. Tasker, lately Governor, H.M.Prison Leeds.
  • Anthony Bichard Taylor, Chair, Borders NHS Board. For services to the NHS and to Business in Scotland.
  • Peter Tebbit, National Palliative Care Development Adviser, National Council for Palliative Care. For services to Healthcare.
  • Leslie Thomas, Writer. For services to Literature.
  • Councillor William Humphrey Thomas, lately Chair, Sandwell Mental Health NHS and Social Care Trust. For services to the NHS in the West Midlands.
  • Ling, Mrs. Thompson, Head of International Affairs, Royal Society. For services to Science.
  • Alan Sidney Tobias, Chair, Essex Probation Board. For services to the National Probation Service and to Community Relations.
  • Roger Townsend, Deputy Field Director, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • John Colin Turner, Chair, Advisory Committee on Packaging. For services to Waste Management.
  • Mark Vaughan, Founder and Co-Director, Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education. For services to Inclusion in Education.
  • Professor Susan Mary Vinnicombe, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Diversity Management, Cranfield School of Management. For services to Diversity.
  • Sadru Visram, Chair, ASRA Greater London Housing Association. For services to Social Housing.
  • George Vongas, Grade B2, Defence Science Technology Laboratory, Ministry of Defence.
  • Ms Marjorie Henderson Walker, Joint Managing Director, Walkers Shortbread Ltd. For services to Business and Exports.
  • Michael Walker, lately Vice-Chair, NHS Lothian and Consul for Finland. For services to the NHS and to the community in Edinburgh.
  • Graham Ward, Chair, National Farmers’ Union Horticulture Board. For services to Horticulture.
  • Ms Caroline Anne Warne (Mrs. Thomas), J.P., Chair, International Standards Organisation’s Committee on Consumer Policy. For services to Consumers.
  • Dr. Peter Alan Waterman, Producer and Composer. For services to Music.
  • Michael Reginald White, Emeritus Fellow, Policy Studies Institute, University of Westminster. For services to Labour Market Policy.
  • Professor David Keith Whittaker, Professor of Forensic Dentistry, University of Wales College of Medicine. For services to Forensic Dentistry.
  • Dr. Stephen Thomas Whittle. For services to Gender Issues.
  • Bradley Marc Wiggins, Cyclist. For services to Sport.
  • Tom Wilkinson, Actor. For services to Drama.
  • John Williams, Q.F.S.M., Firemaster, Grampian Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire Service.
  • John Goodall Wilson, lately Headteacher, College House Junior School. For services to Education and to the community in Nottingham.
  • Dr. Winston Reginald Withey, Technical Director, Centre for Human Sciences, QinetiQ. For services to the Armed Forces.
  • Mark Worthington, Private Secretary to Lady Thatcher.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New Year honours list 2005", The Guardian; accessed 17 November 2017.
  2. ^ "New Year Honours--United Kingdom", The London Gazette of Thursday 30 December 2004 Supplement No. 1; accessed 14 August 2020.
  3. ^ "Order of the British Empire", The Times, 31 December 2004, p. 69. The Times Digital Archive. Retrieved 6 October 2017.

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