A number of people from Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year Honours.
Sir Keith Peters is made Knight Commander for services to medical science – while Northamptonshire Police Special Constable Lloyd Bartle Fairey’s honoured for his services to policing and the community in Wootton Fields with the British Empire Medal.
In total there are also five OBEs and two MBEs:
MBE: Mrs Anita Rosina Grodkiewicz. Manager, the Rosmini Centre. For services to the community in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
MBE: Richard Morris (Huntingdon). Formerly senior head of service, Children and Family Courts Advisory and Support Service. For services to Children in England
OBE: Dr Tina Lorraine Barsby (Stretham). Chief executive and director, National Institute of Agricultural Botany. For services to UK Agricultural Science and Biotechnology
OBE: Ms Katharine Elizabeth Carruthers (Histon). Director, UCL Institute of Education, Confucius Institute for Schools. For services to Education.
OBE: Suranga Chandratillake FREng. General Partner, Balderton Capital. For services to Engineering and Technology.
OBE: Professor Ian Michael Goodyer (Oakington). Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Cambridge. For services to Psychiatry Research.
OBE: Mrs Kim Bernadette Taylor (Ely). Headteacher, Spring Common Academy. For services to Education.