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For services to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education and the community in Oban. Jacqueline Helen JACK, Staff Officer, Defence Business Services, Ministry of Defence. For services to Young People and to the community in Christchurch, Dorset. William Colin HAMON, Lately Paramedic, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the community in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
For services to Young People and to the community in South East England. For services to the Office of the Secretary of State for Scotland and to the community in Edinburgh. In total, 1,097 people receive awards, the Cabinet Office said, with 50.7% going to women - the second highest for a New Year Honours list, after 51% in 2014. The awards recognise people from across the UK for their achievements and service to our country. ● He recently volunteered to oversee the restoration of the small derelict memorial garden garden beside St Marys Chapel in South Zeal and successfully ran it as a community project, inspiring and motivating local people to create a quiet garden with plants chosen for their healing, sensory and insect-friendly qualities.
● He acts as the Regional Forces and Cadets Association (RFCA) local officer, providing facilities and estates management for 7 discrete Ministry of Defence (MOD) sites in the South Devon area, 4 of which include MOD rifle ranges and 3 of which are jointly occupied by the Air Training Corps. For voluntary service to Young People. service as an adult volunteer within Devon Army Cadet Force (ACF). ● His crowning achievement has perhaps however been his charitable work in support of the Royal British Legion and the Army Benevolent Fund (ABF) and he has raised in excess of £40,000 for these charities. ● Lisa is founder of charity ChemoHero, which to date has resulted in 1,000 chemotherapy patients in Devon receiving a Box of Kindness, either hand-delivered or at their first chemotherapy treatment session.
● She has developed a strong public profile in the area of North Devon, and is now using this to support other initiatives to help chemotherapy patients and their families. The Centre will, when realised, provide information, counselling and other support services, which at the moment are only available by travelling to Exeter, which for some patients in North Devon is a two-hour journey. She attends and helps out at local community events, works at the local college of further education supporting students with additional needs. For services to the community in Honiton. ● Despite retiring as a Community Psychiatric Nurse, Heather felt a strong commitment to continue to support families struggling to cope with dementia, not just in Honiton but also across the whole county and beyond. This work involves bringing together all the community organisations, businesses, blue light services, voluntary and faith groups to work together to improve the quality of life for people living with dementia. For services to Educational Gymnastics in Devon For services to the community in South West England ● Colin began his voluntary work in 1965 for the St John's Ambulance Brigade providing basic first aid care. Business leaders, charity volunteers, medics and educational pioneers have been recognised for their outstanding achievements. The Queen's New Year Honours list recognises the achievements of a wide range of extraordinary people across the UK and internationally, including exporters, entrepreneurs, and business leaders who are contributing to local and global prosperity. Excellent to see Rob Smith recognised in the 2020 New Year Honours List, showcasing the best of British innovation. Last year, Rob was recognised as one of the UK's most influential people with a disability in the Shaw Trust Power 100 list for his contribution to business and his sporting success. Business people, sports stars and civil servants are among the North East figures being honoured by the Queen this year. Meanwhile footballers Jill Scott, part of the squad which reached the semi-finals of the World Cup in France in the summer, and Aaron Hughes, the former Newcastle United Defender who retired from football this year, received MBEs. There was an MBE for Gordon Moore, chief executive of Blyth Star Enterprises, a charity which has been helping people with disabilities or mental health problems lead fuller lives since 1987; while years of work ensuring blind and visually impaired people could enjoy talking newspapers in Blyth and the surrounding area earned Eric Mordue Dickson a British Empire Medal. For services to Business and to Charity. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. For services to Mental Health and to People with Learning Difficulties in Northumberland. For services to the Economy and to the community in Northumberland. For services to small and medium-sized enterprises and to the community in North East England. For services to Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. For services to Blind and Visually Impaired People in South East Northumberland. For services to the community in Berwick-Upon-Tweed Northumberland. For services to the community in Consett County Durham. For services to the community in Whickham Newcastle upon Tyne. Service manager Community Hubs, Libraries and Parks, Newcastle City Council.