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Lincolnshire and Rutland people named in King’s Birthday Honours List 2024





Local recipients are celebrating tonight after being named in the King’s Birthday Honours List.

More than 1,000 people in total have been awarded for their outstanding contributions in the list released tonight (Friday, June 14).

King Charles. Photo: Geoff Robinson Photography
King Charles. Photo: Geoff Robinson Photography

Among those receiving awards are:

Robert Caudwell, from Boston, lately chair of Lowland Agricultural Peat Task Force, who is made an OBE for services to lowland peat carbon stores and to food security.

John Hill, from Oakham, the director for technology and strategy at The Welding Institute, is also made an OBE for services to SMEs, to the research institutes sector, to local economic development and to higher education.

Carl Woollins, of Market Rasen, managing director UK and Ireland of Nippon Gases, is also made an OBE for services to the chemicals industry.

Dr Margaret Austin, from Oakham, lately chief medical adviser for, St John Ambulance is made an MBE for services to St John Ambulance and to first aid training.

Andrew Beddows, from Grantham, managing director of the Ideas Network UK, is also made an MBE for services to innovation and business.

David Milner-Scudder, from Market Deeping, a magistrate in Lincolnshire, is also made an MBE for services to the administration of justice.

David and Hazel Burgess, from Spalding, both receive British Empire Medals, for services to Junior Association Football in Peterborough.

Kirsteen Macdonald, from Lincoln, the technical through life support lead in the air domain, defence equipment and support also receives the British Empire Medal for services to defence and to hearing impaired personnel.

Jan Whitbourn, from Spalding, also receives a British Empire Medal for services to the community in Spalding and South Holland.

These remarkable local people join famous faces on the list including Tracey Emin, who is made a Dame for services to art; Anya Hindmarch who is made a Dame for services to fashion; Imelda Staunton who is made a Dame for services to drama and charity, and director and producer Armando Giovanni, who is made a CBE for services to film and television.



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