Queen's Birthday Honours list for Wiltshire

An engineer, a former head teacher and a scientist are among those from Wiltshire honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

Five people in the county have been appointed OBEs and six appointed MBEs.

Sheelagh Brown, a former head teacher of Warminster Kingdown School, has become an OBE for services to education.

Michael Godfrey, the chief engineer at Honda, Swindon, has become an OBE for services to the automotive industry.

Also included on the Honours list were Dr Deborah Jane Fish, a Ministry of Defence civilian scientist, and Professor Ronald John Johnston, professor of geography at the University of Bristol, who have both been appointed OBEs.

Charles Basil Woodd, a team leader in the Department for Communities and Local Government in Salisbury, has also become an OBE.

MBE recipients include Col Michael Cameron Bowden, the trustee of the Rowdeford Charity Trust, for services to special educational needs.

Dr Robin Edward Stevenson Clegg, from the Science and Technology Facilities Council, was made MBE for services to science.

Others being appointed MBEs include Kaye Franklin for services to the voluntary sector in Swindon, Caroline Pym for services to the community in Malmesbury, Rodney Augustus Sidney Hodgman for services to the community in Bath and John Bolster, the head of Estate Policy and Strategy in Swindon.

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