Recipients of this years Honours go to people who have undertaken outstanding work in their communities either in a voluntary or paid capacity. OBEs, CBEs and MBEs as well as BEMs (Medal of the Order of the British Empire) have been awarded.
Here is the Sussex roll of honour.
Clare Connor, East Sussex, services to cricket.
Phillip Evans, Brighton, services to humanitarian relief.
John Nelson, West Sussex, services to the global promotion of British business and to diversity in the workplace.
Alison Stanley, Lewes, services to the creation and leadership of civil service employee policy.
Clive Behagg, East Preston, services to higher education and economic regeneration.
Anthony Delahunty, Chichester, services to the fishing industry.
Poppy Jaman, Lewes, services to people with mental health issues.
Christopher Liu, Hove, services to ophthalmology.
Alwen Lyons, Worthing, services to the Post Office and to equality and diversity.
Mark Robinson, Hove, services to cricket.
William Ward, Horsham, services to the economy and the GREAT Campaign.
Philipa Ailion, Pevensey Bay, services to theatre and diversity in the arts.
Barbara Bower, Crawley, services to children and families.
Richard Edwards, services to the community in Hastings.
Matthew Harrison, Ninfield, services to engineering and education.
Anthony Marwood, East Sussex, services to classical music.
Andrew Spiers, Hartfield, services to education.
MEMBER OF THE VICTORIAN ORDER
John Williams. Formerly clerk to lieutenancy of West Sussex.
Christine Ryan, West Sussex, for services to education.
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL
Mary Grace, Crawley, services to the community.
Heather Mealing, Lewes, services to people with disabilities and their carers.
Colin Moore, Uckfield, services to music.
David Thompson, services to the community in Billingshurst.
Joanna Tindall, Mayfield, voluntary service to the Pony Club.
QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL
Constable Virginia Jupp of Sussex Police.