Everyone from the Northeast named to 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honors list – –

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Everyone from the Northeast named to 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honors list – –


These unsung heroes of the Northeast have been honored by the Queen.
The Queen’s Birthday Honors List once again celebrates people’s achievements and contributions to public life.

The list for 2021 has been unveiled and it includes many people from our region who have been applauded for various accomplishments.

A series of MBE, OBE and BEM have been handed out and here is a look at some of the recipients who have been recognized for their hard work and dedication.

They include Sunderland-born footballer Jordan Henderson, who has been honored for his services to football and charity, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic.

Best-selling historical novelist Philippa Gregory, known for her book The Other Boleyn Girl, is named CBE.

There are also people who have made contributions in the fields of education, health, politics and the arts.

Here is the full list of recipients in Tyne and Wear, County Durham and Northumberland and their awards.




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Tyne and wear

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Ladies Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)

Professor Phyllida Barlow CBE. Artist and sculptor. For services to art. (London, Greater London, born in Newcastle)

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Katherine Sarah Waddington. For public relations and voluntary sector services. (Newcastle)

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

John Léo Hardy. Headmaster of St John Vianney RC Primary School, Hartlepool. For education services. (Boldon East)

Paul John McEldon. For local growth services in the North East of England. (Sunderland)

Rachael Elaine Moïse. Consultant Physiotherapist, NHS England. For NHS services. (Northern Shields)

Patricia Lynn Watson. Chairman, Ascent Trust. For services with special educational needs. (Newcastle)

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Jordan Brian Henderson. Captain, Liverpool Football Club. For services rendered to football and charity, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. (Knutsford, Cheshire. Born in Sunderland.)

Dr Ian Lyon Buxton. For services rendered to the preservation of British maritime history and to the community of Tynemouth. (Tynemouth)

Lisa Marilyn Goodwin. CEO, Connected Voice. For services to vulnerable people during the Covid-19 pandemic. (Wallsend)



Claire Malcolm, fondatrice de New Writing North.

Claire Malcolm. Founder, New Writing North. For services rendered to literature, youth and the North East of England. (Rowlands Gill)

Gillian Scott. Most recently, Macmillan Prison Lead for Palliative and End-of-Life Care, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust. For palliative and end-of-life care services. (Houghton le Spring)

Pierre Xeros. Youth Justice Manager, North Tyneside. For services to children and young people. (Whitley Bay)

Medalists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

Muriel Anne Green. Neighborhood Councilor, North Tyneside Council. For services to local communities. (Northern Shields)

Brenda McCutcheon. Sewing teacher, Newcastle Adult Education. For adult education services. (Newcastle)

Mahtab Morovat. For charitable services in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. (Sunderland)

County Durham

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Ladies Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)

Maura Regan OBE. President and CEO, Bishop Hogarth Catholic Education Trust. For education services. (Sedgefield)

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Dr Philippa Grégory. For literary and charitable services in the UK and The Gambia. (Durham)

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Hélène Golightly. Chief Executive Officer, North East Local Business Partnership. For business and regional economy services. (Seaham)

Robin Neville Tate. Most recently director of Yarm School, Teesside. For education services. (Stockton-on-Tees)

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Iain David Nairn. For services to the physically disabled Cricket. (Chester-le-Rue)

Emrys Wyn Pritchard. Director of Health, Safety and Sustainability, University of Northumbria. For higher education services. (Stanley)



Iain Nairn, of Chester-le-Street, was honored for his service to Physical Disabilities Cricket

Medalists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

Brian Jones. President, The Moses Project. For voluntary service. (Stockton-on-Tees)

Katherine Sarah O’Sullivan. Vice President, British Rowing. For rowing services. (Darlington)

Tarek Fared Moustafa Thoma. Owner, Le Four Restaurant. For services to the community in Middlesbrough and to key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. (Darlington)

Northumberland

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Charles Antony Elliott Braithwaite. For political service in the North East of England. (Hexham)

Professor Suzanne Cholerton. Pro-Vice-Chancellor, University of Newcastle. For higher education services. (Morpeth)

Timothée Charles Willbond DL. Vice-President, North of England Reserve Forces and Cadets Association. For services rendered to the Association of Reserve Forces and Cadets. (Morpeth)

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Stephen Anthony Ball. For services to Rugby League charities. (Hexham)

Robert Henry Molé. For community services in Hexham, Northumberland. (Hexham)

Josephine Sanderson. Head of Finance and Business Support, Forestry England. For forestry services. (Hexham)

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