Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Local Honours

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Local Honours

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cBE Martin Ainscough, DL. For philanthropic services to charity Education and Young People in Wigan. Mrs Janet Elizabeth Woods, Director of Secondary Academies (North), United Learning Trust. For services to Education in Bolton.

Dr John William Stephens. Deputy director Teaching Schools and School Improvement, National College for Teaching and Leadership. For services to Education and voluntary service in Manchester.

oBE Stephen Michael Mycio, of Glossop, Chair, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For voluntary and charitable services to Health and Wellbeing in Manchester. Julian Charles Appleyard, Principal, Rochdale Sixth Form College, Lancashire. For services to Education. John Anthony Macauley Grimshaw, of Bolton, Ambassador and director, What More UK Ltd. For services to International Trade and Community Projects.

Ms Alison Mutch, Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor for Merseyside and Cheshire, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order particularly Tackling Hate Crime.

Dr Carolyn Ann Wilkins, chief executive, Oldham Council. For services to Local Government and Public Sector Reform.

MBE Mohammed Amin, of Whalley Range. Founder Member and Co- Chair, Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester. For services to Community Cohesion and Inter-faith Relations in Greater Manchester.

John George Baron, HOLMES Coordinator, Greater Manchester Police. For services to the Police. Gary Etchells, of Hyde, Police Community Support Officer, Greater Manchester Police. For services to Policing.

Professor Danielle Amanda George, of Stockport, Vice Dean for Teaching and Learning Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Manchester. For services to Engineering through Public Engagement.

Mrs Jennifer Johnson, chief executive officer, Kids Allowed. For services to Apprenticeships. Stephen Johnson, of Tameside, chief executive officer, Electricity North West. For services to the Energy Networks Industry.

Philip Stuart Jones. For services to the Business Community.

Mr Jewel Miah, of Oldham, for voluntary services to British- Bengali Football.

Ms Marcia Ody, Teaching and Learning manager, University of Manchester. …

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