Norfolk’s new additions to the New Years Honours list
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Businesswoman Davina Tanner has been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE).
The former manager of Chapelfield shopping centre and chief executive and founder Britannia Enterprises was honoured for her services to business and the community in East Anglia.
Daniel James Harvey, a senior engineer at the Sandringham Estate, was made a member of the Royal Victorian Order. He has already been given the Royal Victorian Medal.
Andrew John Brown, a forestry foreman at the Sandringham Estate, was awarded the Royal Victorian Medal.
Professor Graeme William Walter Barker, of Norwich, is the director of McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research at the University of Cambridge was made a Commander of the Order of
the British Empire (CBE) for services to archaeology.
The following were all made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE):
- 1 Parked cars prevent buses from serving north Norfolk village
- 2 Flames grip barn in north Norfolk
- 3 'Significant construction' on A47 to begin in 2023
- 4 Blaze sees 20 passengers evacuated from city bus
- 5 Fewer than half of village's homes occupied by full-time residents
- 6 First-time publicans transform their local and are already winning awards
- 7 Buses damaged in city centre collision
- 8 Norwich's 'hidden' church added to at risk list
- 9 West Norfolk beach named the best in the east
- 10 'Quirky' two-bed cottage in Wymondham on sale for £350k
Paul Cheeseman, of Great Yarmouth, is the employment and skills co-ordinator at Great Yarmouth Borough Council. He was honoured for his services to homeless people.
Nicola Mark, of Diss, is the head of Norfolk Pension Fund at Norfolk County Council. She was honoured for her services to local government.
Sally Jane Tyler, of Norwich, is a children's epilepsy specialist nurse at Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust. She was honoured for her services to nursing.
Ronald Victor Cox, of Holt, was awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for his services to education and to the community in Holt and Kelsing.
And Dr Elizabeth Anne Edward, of Norwich, is a research scientist at the John Innes Centre and volunteer with the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. She was also awarded the British Empire Medal for services to the environment and the public understanding of science.