Cambridgeshire is a county in the East of England, bordering Lincolnshire to the north, Norfolk to the north-east, Suffolk to the east, Essex and Hertfordshire to the south, and Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire to the west. The city of Cambridge is the county town.
New Year Honours 2023: Pat Jennings, Dara McAnulty and John Bennett on NI list
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" Full list of Northern Ireland recipients of New Year HonoursCommanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)Dr Graham Harold Gudgin, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire - for services to economic development in Northern IrelandMaria Teresa Jennings, Castlewellan, County Down, director, regulatory compliance, people and Northern Ireland, Food Standards Agency - for services to public healthPatrick Anthony Jennings OBE, Brickendon, Hertfordshire - for services to association football and to charity in Northern IrelandSamuel David Pollock OBE, Antrim, County Antrim - for public service in Northern IrelandOfficers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)Dr John Edmund Stannard, Belfast, legal academic, Queen s University Belfast - for services to legal educationNicola Louise Bailey, London - for services to healthcare in Northern IrelandBrian Baird, Newtownards, County Down, lately board member of Invest NI - for services to economic development in Northern IrelandMichael Thomas Bell, Holywood, County Down, executive director, Northern Ireland Food and Drink Association Ltd - for services to the food and drink industry and to the economy in Northern IrelandJoseph Patrick Breen, Ballycastle, County Antrim, lately senior scientific officer, Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs - for services to marine science and to environmental protectionProf Francis Casey, Carryduff, County Down, consultant paediatric cardiologist - for services to healthcare in Northern IrelandVictor James Boyd Chestnutt, Bushmills, County Antrim, lately president, Ulster Farmers Union - for services to agricultureDr Jennifer Elliott, Londonderry - for services to the arts in Northern IrelandSteven McCourt, Larne, County Antrim, head of reducing reoffending, resettlement and rehabilitation, Department of Justice - for public serviceJohn Gordon Miligan, Newtownards, County Down - for services to business and human resource management in Northern IrelandTrevor Dale Robinson, Portadown, County Armagh, lately principal, Lurgan College, County Armagh - for services to educationDeborah Elizabeth Watters, Belfast, co-director, Northern Ireland Alternative - for public serviceMembers of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)Dr Roy Robert Anderson, Belfast - for services to science and natureSandra Hazel Bailie, County Down - for services to bowlsWilliam John Gaston Bennett, Belfast - for services to radio and television broadcasting in Northern IrelandSandra Best, Lisburn, County Down, volunteer and trustee, Royal Ulster Constabulary George Cross Foundation - for voluntary serviceStephen John Bleakley, Fivemiletown, County Tyrone - for services to libraries and to the community in Fermanagh, Omagh and FivemiletownKenneth Sydney Brundle, Killinchy, County Down - for services to business, to economic development and to the charitable sector in Northern IrelandGeorge Crawford Bell, Carryduff, County Down - for services to the music industry in Northern IrelandDr Anne Campbell, Belfast, reader, Queen s University Belfast - for services to drug policy and practiceSusan Shirley Cunningham, Belfast, lately president, North of Ireland Veterinary Association - for services to the veterinary profession in Northern IrelandJacqueline Dixon, Ballyrobert, County Antrim, chief executive, Antrim and Newtownabbey Council - for services to local government and to the community in Northern IrelandEileen Lilian Mary Donnelly, Dungannon, County Tyrone, board of governors, the Integrated College, Dungannon - for services to education in Northern IrelandLorraine Foster, Lisburn, County Antrim - for services to people with learning disabilities in LisburnBrian Jozef Grzymek, Holywood, County Down, lately deputy director, Department of Justice - for public and voluntary service in Northern IrelandKathleen Margaret Joy Guthrie, Hillsborough, County Down - for services to the Reserve Forces and to the veteran community in Northern IrelandThe Reverend Matthew Henry Hagan, Coalisland, County Tyrone, chaplain, Southern Area Hospice and Rector of Tynan, Aghavilly and Middletown parishes, County Armagh - for services to hospice healthcare and to the community in Northern IrelandProfessor Anne Heaslett, Limavady, County Londonderry, lately principal, Stranmillis University College - for services to educationPeter Desmond Jack, Limavady, County Londonderry - for services to endurance sport and charity in Northern IrelandRabbi David Michael Kale, Belfast, faith leader, Belfast Synagogue - for services to the Jewish community in Northern IrelandSamuel James Kee, Bready, County Tyrone, community development worker - for services to the community in County LondonderryGavin Joseph Killeen DL Londonderry, managing director, Nuprint Technologies Ltd - for services to further education in Northern IrelandRobert Leckey, County Armagh - for services to education in County DownDr Alison Florence Livingstone, Randalstown, County Antrim, paediatrician, Northern Health and Social Care Trust - for services to safeguarding children in Northern IrelandPeter Anthony McBride, Omagh, County Tyrone - for services to the economy and to the community in County TyroneKatrina McDonnell, Belfast, founder, Homeless Period Belfast - for services to women s healthPatrick Joseph McGurn, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh - for services to the community in County Fermanagh and TyroneProf Sonja Jayne McIlfatrick, Carrickfergus, County Antrim, dean of the Ulster Doctoral College and professor of nursing and palliative care, Ulster University - for services to higher education and public healthWilliam Oliver, Castlerock, County Londonderry - for services to education, to business and to charities in County LondonderryGail Redmond, Carrickfergus, County Antrim - for services to association football in Northern IrelandAndrew Peter Saunders, Dromore, County Down, lately chair, Southern Regional College, County Armagh and County Down - for services to the further education sector in Northern IrelandProf Michael Gordon Scott, Ballymena, County Antrim, director, Medicines Optimisation Innovation Centre - for services to pharmacy in Northern IrelandJohn Stewart, Katesbridge, County Down, district chairman, Royal British Legion Northern Ireland - for services to veteransProf Ursula Margaret Waite, County Armagh - for services to the agri-food industry and to the economy in Northern IrelandJoseph Norman Wilson, Cookstown, County Tyrone - for services to business and to the community in Northern IrelandSamuel Godfrey Young, Omagh, County Tyrone - for services to social work and to educationMedallists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)Stephen Burns, Ballymena, County Antrim, road sweeper, Mid and East Antrim Borough Council - for services to the community in PortglenoneChristopher Robert David Cuddy, Dungannon, County Tyrone - for voluntary service to the community in Northern IrelandPeter Anthony Dolan, Omagh, County Tyrone, founder, Enda Dolan Foundation - for services to justice and to young people in Northern IrelandJahswill Rohi Alexander Emmanuel, Belfast, founder, Multi-Ethnic Sports and Cultures Northern Ireland - for services to the community in Northern IrelandJulie Gough, Bangor, County Down - for services to midwifery in Northern IrelandLynn Green, Seaforde, County Down - for services to emergency nursing in Northern IrelandRaye Elizabeth Greenaway, Portadown, County Armagh - for services to young people in Northern Ireland through the Boys BrigadeDerek Richard Greenaway, Portadown, County Armagh - for services to young people in Northern Ireland through the Boys BrigadeWilliam John Hutchinson, Newtownabbey, County Antrim, volunteer driver, Belfast City Hospital - for services to Healthcare in Northern IrelandCatherine Georgina Johnston - for services to Save The Children and to the community in BelfastWilliam Iain Kennedy, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, director, Aisling Counselling Centre, and coach, Enniskillen Royal Boat Club - for voluntary service to the community in County FermanaghDara Seamus McAnulty, Annalong, County Down - for services to the environment and to people with autism spectrum disorderWinifred McConnell, Crumlin, County Antrim, registrar, Belfast City Council - for services to local overnmentgPatrick Joseph McTeague, Magherafelt, County Londonderry, food technology technician, Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs - for public and voluntary serviceJames McVicar Morrison, Ballymena, County Antrim - for services to Agriculture in Northern IrelandAnthony Oliver Morrison, Ballymoney, County Antrim - for voluntary services to the community in Northern IrelandMichelle Veronica Mullan, Antrim, County Antrim...
Convicted bombers guilty of attacking prison officer
... The May 2020 Belmarsh assault came months after an inmate of the same unit had carried out a terror attack in Streatham, south London, days after his release, and two prisoners had carried out a terror attack on a prison officer in HMP Whitemoor in Cambridgeshire...