Queen’s Birthday Honours: Yorkshire recipients in full

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David Barker Moody. Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire.


Andrew Joseph Hitchman, RVM. The Duke of York’s Household.

Graham Paul Richards, 
RVM. Household of The Duke of York.

Mj Gen Henry Gabriel Woods, CB, MBE, MC, DL. Co-Founder and formerly chairman The Duke of York’s Community Initiative.



Stephanie Burras. 
Chief executive Ahead Partnership. For services 
to Business in Yorkshire. (Leeds)

Andrew Carter. Councillor and Leader of the Conservative Group Leeds City Council. 
For services to local government.

Professor Robert Anthony Cryan, DL. Vice-Chancellor University of Huddersfield. For services to higher education. (Huddersfield)

Professor Hilary Mavis Graham. Professor of Health Sciences University of York. For services to public health Research.

Neil Martin McLean. Chair, Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to business and skills in West Yorkshire.

Professor Alan Walker. Professor of Social Policy and Social Gerontology and New Dynamics of Ageing director University of Sheffield. For services to social science.


Lesley Batchelor. Director general Institute of Export. For services to business.

Sally Louise Bolton. General manager Rugby League World Cup 2013. For services to rugby league.

Andrea Bryden. Senior manager, Personal Tax Operations, Bradford, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to promoting diversity and equality.

Councillor Michael Carr. Councillor, Middlesbrough Council. For public service to education and regeneration in Middlesbrough.

James Lawrence Dick, DL. Co-Founder and chairman CatZero. For services to youth development and business in Hull and East Yorkshire.

Michael Paul Firth. 
Senior Adviser Funding Allocations and Student Support, Education Funding Agency. For services to education and to the scouts in South Yorkshire.

Dr Jane Clare Grenville. Deputy vice Chancellor and 
Pro-vice Chancellor for Students University of York. 
For services to higher education.

Susan Houston. Assistant director, Yorkshire, Humber and the North East, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For services to the economy in the North East.

Councillor Shelagh Marshall. For services to older people. (Skipton, North Yorkshire)

Steven Peter Michael. Chief executive South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to healthcare. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)

Elizabeth Morris. Headteacher, Netherton Infant and Nursery School, Huddersfield. For services to education.

Alice Rawsthorn. Design Critic International New York Times. For services to design and the arts.

Alan George Yellup. Executive Headteacher, Wakefield City Academy and chief executive Officer, Wakefield City Academies Trust. For services to education.


Miriam Elizabeth Bennett. Foster Carer, Leeds. For services to children and families.

Victor Bennett. Foster Carer Leeds. For services to children and families.

Martin Binks. Conductor and artistic director, Leeds Symphony Orchestra. For services to music.

WO Class 2 Paul Andrew Brewer. The Yorkshire Regiment

Christine Burditt. Foster Carer, Sheffield City Council. For services to children and families.

Harry Burditt. Foster Carer Sheffield City Council. For services to children and families.

Eliza Carthy. Musician. For services to folk music. (North Yorkshire)

Sharon Clark. Operational Administrative Officer, 
Hull Port, Border Force, 
Home Office. For services 
to UK Border Security and voluntary service to children and families.

John Dawson Cotton. Chairman John Cotton Group. For services to Business in West Yorkshire.

WO Class 2 Kenneth Newton Craddock. The Yorkshire Regiment Army Reserve.

Dr Kumarendra Das. Associate Specialist in Trauma and Orthopaedics Friarage Hospital, North Yorkshire. For services to tTrauma and orthopaedic surgery.

Amanda Carroll Dickens. Constable South Yorkshire Police. For services to policing and the community in Rotherham.

Canon Charles Philip Dobbin. For services to community cohesion in Leeds.

Leslie Fawcett. For services to the community particularly elderly people in Middlesbrough.

Gavin Harding. Founding member and co-chair 
National Learning Disability Programme Board. For services to people with learning disabilities.

Anne Hornigold. Chief executive, Whitby and District Fishing Industry Training School. For services to education in the sea fishing industry.

Christopher Kemp. Community learning manager Middlesbrough. For services to adult education.

Sarah Khan Bashir. For services to the community in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

Kenneth Stuart Lake. 
General secretary, England Schools’ Cricket Association. For voluntary service to cricket. (Willerby, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Eileen Marchant, JP. Chair of the Bench, Kirklees Magistrates’ Court. For 
services to the administration of justice and to hockey in Yorkshire.

Charles Arnold Maxsted, JP, DL. For services to Beverley Racecourse and to the community in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Alfred Terence Meade. For services to the community in Sheffield.

Maureen Alicia Neill, JP. 
For services to the community in Sheffield.

Paul Brent Newman. Police Community Support Supervisor, South Yorkshire Police. For services to policing and the community in South Yorkshire.

Christopher Hedley Pennell. For services to heritage in the East Midlands.

Andrew Jonathan Penny. Musical director and conductor Hull Philharmonic Orchestra. For services to music.

Kevin Sinfield. Captain, 
Leeds Rhinos Rugby League Football Club and England. 
For services to rugby 

Elizabeth Smith. Early years teacher, The Forest School, Knaresborough. For services to education.

Kathryn Smith. School Volunteer, Silkstone Common Junior and Infant School, Barnsley. For services to education.

Lynne Smith. Clinical 
manager and chief clinical physiologist, Department of Gastro Intestinal Physiology, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield. For services to healthcare.



Barbara Anne Brook. 
School Caretaker, Lowerhouses Junior, Infant and Early Years School. For services to education.

Ann Mary Clarke. For services to the communities in Grewelthorpe and Ripon.

Gordon Simms Cooper. For voluntary service to Youth cricket in West Yorkshire. (Cleckheaton)

Paul Martyn Darley. For services to the community in Knaresborough

Angela Sandra Foley. General manager, Bright Beginnings Childcare Centre, University of Leeds. For services to childcare provision in higher education.

Jack Greenwood. Volunteer Denholme Cricket Club. For voluntary service to cricket in West Yorkshire.

Simon Charles Jarrold. For charitable services in Leeds. (Shipley, West Yorkshire)

Alan George Jowett. Field Co-ordinator Next Generation Access Fibre Broadband Programme, BT. For services to Broadband service in Scotland and North East England. (Bradford, West Yorkshire)

Mrs Rose Lord. For charitable services in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)

Mrs Carol Ann Moran. Councillor, Normanton Town Council. For services to the community. (Normanton, West Yorkshire)

Martin Needler. Trustee 
The Sailors’ Children’s 
Society. For voluntary 
services to Children. (North Ferriby, East Riding of Yorkshire)

Mrs June Margaret Perkin. For services to the community through The Growing Zone in Kippax, West Yorkshire. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)

Yasvender Singh Rehill. 
Police Constable West Yorkshire Police. For 
services to Policing and Community Engagement in Bradford. (Bradford, West Yorkshire)

Mary Louie Rowe. Fundraiser, Royal National Lifeboat Instituition. For charitable services. (Leeds)

Dorothy Carolynne Russell. For services to the community in Scarborough

Graham Smith. District Adviser Huddersfield South West Scout District. For services to Young People.

Monica Eleanor Walker. Manager, Garforth Neighbourhood Elders Team, Leeds. For services to older people.

Nancy Margaret Webb. Chairman, Guisborough Branch, Save the Children. For charitable services.

Alan Wintersgill. For 
services to charity and to the community in Bingley West Yorkshire.

Brian Wood. Civilian instructor Armthorpe Squadron. For voluntary service to the 
Air Training Corps. 

Paul Wood. Board member Yorkshire and Humber 
Regional Labour Party. 
For political service. 

Susan Audrey Yardley. 
School Crossing Patrol 
Officer, Scholes Elmet 
Primary School. For services 
to the community in 

Marjory Young. School Governor, Kirk 
Smeaton Primary School, 
West Yorkshire. For services 
to Education.

Abu Zafar. Founder and 
owner Orient Press. For services to Business and 
to the Asian community in Bradford.

Habiban Nisa Zaman. For services to women in North Kirklees.



Robert Bowman. Constable West Yorkshire Police.