The Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2021: People from Nottinghamshire who have made the list

From initiatives to reduce crime and support vulnerable young people to those who helped to build businesses back up in light of the coronavirus pandemic, a host of people from Nottinghamshire have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2021.

Graham Moran, Nottingham Forest Community Trust Chief Executive Officer, is among those who have been honoured – receiving an order of the British Empire Medal.

Mr Moran said: “The people of Nottingham and Nottingham Forest Football Club have been important to me throughout my life and I am fortunate that I have been in a position to give something back to the city and the club. I am truly humbled to receive this honour.”

Two Nottingham University Hospitals Trust staff have also been recognised. Professor Mandie Sunderland, Chief Nurse until December 2020, has been awarded a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for services to nursing and Dr Joseph Manning, a registered children’s nurse and clinical-academic nurse leader from the Children’s Hospital, has been awarded a Member of the Order of the British Empire medal, for services to Nursing.

Asad Fazil, the chief executive officer of Al-Hurraya, has been honoured for his services to education.

Identifying a need for a culturally specific organisation, Al-Hurraya has gone from strength to strength having initially been formed in 2014 as a substance misuse service.

With its main base in Lenton, the organisation now tackles knife crime, gang culture and offers mental health support, working with vulnerable adults and children.

Mr Fazil, 47, who is qualified in humanistic counselling, said: “We work in a lot of the schools so we’re at Djanogly School, Bluecoat School, Emmanuel.

“We work with those kids who are at risk of either being excluded or at risk of child criminal exploitation.

“And those who might be involved in crime or at risk of being groomed.”



Maria Shakespeare pictured outside the Crabtree Farm Community Centre.
Maria Shakespeare pictured outside the Crabtree Farm Community Centre.

Staff also work in Derby and Mr Fazil said he was “humbled” by his MBE.

The list recognises the extraordinary efforts of people in all four nations of the United Kingdom during the pandemic.

It includes those who have worked throughout the crisis, putting others before themselves – from caring neighbours, frontline and community heroes, to those supporting the UK recovery.

Maria Shakespeare, 55, has been awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM) for her voluntary service.

She has been the chair of the local tenants’ group for the 4,000 homes on the Crabtree estate in Bulwell for four years.

And prior to her involvement, the Crabtree Farm Community Centre on the estate was at risk of closure.

She managed to turn the fortune of the centre around, working with partners and the community to recruit volunteers.

On her inclusion in the list, Ms Shakespeare said: “I was actually surprised when I got the emails really. I thought ‘wow’ – it was shocking. I’m honoured that they’ve nominated me, it’s great to be recognised.”

Craig Guildford, Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police, has been awarded the Queen’s Police Medal.

Here is the list of recipients living or working in Nottinghamshire:

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Amanda Penelope Sunderland

Lately chief nurse, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

For services to Nursing

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Peter John Goodman QPM

Lately chief constable, Derbyshire Constabulary

For services to policing and the prevention of cybercrime;

Professor Hywel Charles Williams

Newark, Nottinghamshire

Director, National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment.

For services to higher education and medical research;

Paul Duncan Yates

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Governor, HM Prison Lincoln.

For services to Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service, reducing reoffending and public protection

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Maureen Brosch

Teacher, Robin Hood Primary School, Nottingham

For services to the inclusion and education of children;

Elizabeth Carr

Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire

Founder, Planet Patrol

For services to environmental activism and to charity;

Valerie Joyce Donnelly

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Senior project delivery manager, HM Revenue and Customs

For services to charity, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic;

Tracy-Jane Duncan-Moir

Retford, Nottinghamshire

Business consultant, Business Glu

For services to female entrepreneurship and business recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic;

Asad Fazil

Chief executive officer, Al-Hurraya, Nottingham

For services to Education;

Norma Alene Hazzledine

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

For services to bowls;

Elaine Joy Hopkins

Warsop, Nottinghamshire

County committee member and volunteer, Royal British Legion, Nottingham

For voluntary services to the ex-service community in Nottinghamshire;

Edward Charles Harrison James

Retford, Nottinghamshire

Deputy director head of procurement, Department of Health and Social Care

For services to healthcare, particularly the during Covid-19 pandemic;

Dr Joseph Charles Manning

Clinical associate professor in children and young people nursing, Nottingham Children’s Hospital, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

For services to nursing;

Medallists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

Santokh Singh Dhaliwal

Coordinator and treasurer, 50 Plus Group, Indian Community Centre Association Nottingham

For services to the Indian community in Nottingham;

Kathryn Kilburn

Teacher, Robert Mellors Primary, Nottingham

For services to education;

Graham Moran

Of the Nottingham Forest Community Trust

For services to football and the community in Nottingham;

Maria Shakespeare

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Of the Crabtree Farm Community Centre

For voluntary service;

High Awards – Knights Bachelor

William Adderley

Making a significant, sustained, contribution in the most disadvantaged areas of the UK.

He has invested in the Nottingham University Children’s Brain Tumour research fund

Queen’s Police Medal (QPM)

Chief Constable Craig Guildford, Nottinghamshire Police

This list includes recipients who consented to being featured in media reports.


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