Paul Frederick Addis, for political service; Roy Ewart Adkins, lately

partner, Grant Thornton Chartered Accountants; Gerald Gordon Amery,

group general manager, technical group, Co- Operative Wholesale Society;

Albert Simeon Alan Archer, administrator, St Mary the Virgin Charity,

Newcastle; Eric Davies Armitage, chief executive, North British Housing

Association; lately chairman, national council, National Federation of

Housing Associations; The Rt Hon Raymond Benedict Bartholomew Michael

Viscount Asquith, First Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office;

Russell Austin, lately Grade 7, Ministry of Defence; Alan Baker, Grade

7, Ministry of Defence; William Barber, DFM, consultant hydrologist.

Mrs Wendy Baron, director, Government Art Collection; John Barr,

managing director, FBM Marine; Anthony Joseph Jackman Bartlett, for

charitable services in the City of Westminster; John Arthur Bergg,

director of highways and transportation, Surrey County Council; James

Ingram Bill, group managing director, John Graham (Dromore); John

Binnie, deputy managing director, Allied Colloids Group; for services to

export; William James Bishop, for services to rugby football union in

Cornwall; Ivor Frederick Blomfield, deputy director-general and

director, the regions, The National Trust; Keith Joseph Brent, deputy

head, Long Ashton Research Station, Agricultural and Food Research

Council; Donald Jack Briggs, Grade 6, Foreign and Commonwealth Office;

Professor Thomas Bromly, dean, arts and design, Newcastle Polytechnic.

Thomas Johnstone Burness, principal, Glenrothes College; John Ronald

Burnet, lately chairman, Yorkshire and Humberside Council for Sport and

Recreation; John Granville Capey, principal, Exeter College; William

David Charles Carling, captain, England rugby team; Robert Lewis Carter,

lately professor of insurance studies, the University of Nottingham;

Daniel Columba Carty, chairman, Northern Ireland Post Office Board;

Reginald William Cave, for services to architecture and conservation in

Oxford; Peter William Chandler, Grade 7, Ministry of Defence; John

Cumming Chapman, for services to the meat industry in Scotland.

Donald Thomas Clarkson, director and executive manager, Rolls-Royce

and Associates; Henry Forester Cleere, lately director, Council for

British Archaeology; Robert Thomas Clement, adviser for art and design,

Devon Local Education Authority; John Maynard Clements, Remploy

divisional manager (bookbinding); David John Close, group human

resources director, Simon Engineering; Bernard Clouter, deputy chairman,

British Airways Engine Overhaul; George Cole, actor; John Joseph Conway,

chief adjudication officer, Department of Health and Social Services,

Northern Ireland; Roy Frederick Cooke, Grade 6, Home Office; Timothy

Richard Cowell, for political service; Colin James Currie, Grade 6,

Department of the Environment.

Mrs Fiona Jane Dalrymple, for services to the pig industry in

Scotland; David Clive Jones-Davies, principal, Trinity College,

Carmarthen; Norman George Davies, leader, Wolverhampton Borough Council;

Anthony Francis Deakin, director, central group, British Coal

Corporation; David John Dean, principal, Raddery School, Fortrose,

Ross-shire; Mrs Jeannie Anne Godfrey Dennison, Grade 7, Department of

Health; Mrs Monica Hillary Drinkwater, for political service; Francis

Barrie Dugdale, lately community relations manager, Shell UK; Mrs

Dorothy Dunnett, author; Robert John Dutton, chief executive, Wrexham

Maelor District Council; Brian Oliver Dyer, Grade 7, Her Majesty's


Norman James Eden, managing director, Government Business Operations,

Multilift, Shrewsbury; Eric Edwards, director, Shellfish Association of

Great Britain, for services to the shellfish industry; John Albert

Edwards, chief executive, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council; John

Ashton Edwards, chairman, Wales Council for the Disabled; David

Christopher Ross Elliott, Grade 7, Ministry of Defence; Michael Geoffrey

Ellis Paulson-Ellis, registrar and secretary, University of East Anglia;

Kenneth George Faircloth, deputy director general, Automobile

Association; James Keith Farquharson, lately director, special projects,

Highlands and Islands Enterprise; Thomas Henry Farrell, chairman, Dental

Practice Board; Nicholas Coit Flemming, Grade 6, marine sciences

directorate, Institute of Oceanographic Sciences,, Deacon Laboratory;

David Ross Flockhart, lately director, Scottish Council for Voluntary


Warren Fowler, for political and public service; Trevor Jonathan Gadd,

Governor 1, Her Majesty's Prison, Wakefield; David Frederick Roberts

George, farmer; chairman, Dyfed Seeds; Raymond Gerrard, for services to

the community in Manchester; Andrew Patrick Somerset Gibbs, lately first

secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Ian Goodwin Gibson, for

services to local government; The Rev. Charles Robert Wolsey Gilbert,

for services to the Methodist Church; Timothy Joseph Gilligan, E.RD DL,

founder chairman of the Hertfordshire Groundwork Foundation and

currently chairman, Groundwork Associates; Maurice Templeton Gilmour,

adviser for drama and dance, Leicestershire County Council; Antonio

Benito Giovanazzi, Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools, Scottish Office;

Terence Edward Golding, chief executive, National Exhibition Centre.

Lewis Raphael Goodman, enterprise adviser to the Department of Trade

and Industry, for services to industry and commerce in the United

Kingdom; George Ernest Goring, managing director, Goring Hotel, for

services to the hotel industry; Mrs Celia Frances Gourley, Grade 7,

Industrial Development Board, Northern Ireland; Denis Alfred

Headley-Green, for political service; Nigel Haigh, director Institute

for European Environmental Policy, London; Michael Peter Leopold

Hamburger, poet-translator; Stanley Hardacre, lately Grade 6, Department

of Social Security; Mrs Lavender Susan Mary Hardy, for services to the

community in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire; Brian Howard Hawker, Grade 6,

Welsh Office; James Mitchell Hawkins, lately technical director,

Dunlop-Beaufort, Birkenhead; Donald Leslie Heath, director, railways

(cross rail), British Railways Board; Robert Richard Dyson Heaton,

chairman, Heaton's Transport (St Helens); national chairman, Road

Haulage Association.

Mrs Margaret Elizabeth Hemmings, headteacher, Lewis Girls'

Comprehensive School, Ystrad Mynach, Mid Glamorgan; The Hon (Mary)

Sheila Hensman, vice- president and chairman, Cumbria Tourist Board;

Naru Hira, senior consultant surgeon, the Royal Oldham Hospital; Ernest

Herbert Hodge, for public service in Richmond, North Yorkshire; Miss

Catherine Ann Hollway, chief probation officer, Cambridgeshire; John

Nevill Hornibrook, VRD director, Roche Products, Dalry, Ayrshire; Mrs

Jenny Hughes, member Armed Forces Pay Review Body; John Peter Jillings,

lately director of social services, Derbyshire; Mrs Anne Margaret

Jobson, for political and public service; Mrs Karen Jane Gabrielle

Johnston, for political and public service; Alec George Karseras, for

services to medicine and care in the community in South Wales; Mrs

Evelyn Keane, director of quality assurance and chief nurse,

Mid-Cheshire Hospitals, National Health Service Trust.

John Kelly, chairman, council of the Royal College of Nursing; Randal

Hume Keynes, Grade 6, Ministry of Defence; Colin James Kirkland,

technical director, Eurotunnel; Hans Gustav Kurer, general dental

practitioner, Central Manchester; George Laws, lately director of

finance Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council; Francis William Leath,

for services to the community in Shrewsbury, Shropshire; Eirion Thomas

Lewis, national officer for Wales and the West of England, Independent

Broadcasting Authority/Independent Television Commission; Gary Winston

Lineker, for services to Association Football; Professor Robin Sydney

Mackwood Ling, emeritus consultant orthopaedic surgeon, Royal Devon and

Exeter and Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Hospitals, Exeter; John

Bernard Lynch, for services to medicine in Wales; Ian George Stewart

MacGregor, for services to the Scout Association in Scotland; Miss Susan

Katriona MacGregor, broadcaster, presenter, BBC Radio 4.

Mrs Marie Alpine MacMillan, chairman, Western Isles Health Board; Lt

Col Oscar Thomas William Major, chairman West Sussex branch, Soldiers',

Sailors' and Airmen's Families' Association; Margaret Fleetwood Countess

Of Malmesbury, DL for services to the community in Basingstoke,

Hampshire; Peter John Mann, chief ambulance officer, Wiltshire; regional

ambulance adviser, Wessex; Brian William Mansell, county surveyor,

Cornwall County Council; Mrs Ann Faulkner Markham, dean, faculty of

education, sport and leisure, Brighton Polytechnic; Alexander Edward

Marnoch, QPM lately Commander, Metropolitan Police; Professor Leonard

George Marsh, principal, Bishop Grosseteste College, Lincoln; Ronald

Kerr Martin, chairman, Scotch whisky production, United Distillers;

Trevor Lawson McDonald, broadcaster, ITN; Herbert Edward McGee, for

services to the community in Sheffield; Patrick Thomas (Tom) McInerney,

managing director, UK Nirex; Findlay Blair McQuarrie, director west, The

National Trust for Scotland; David John McWeeny, Grade 5, Ministry of

Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.

Mrs Valerie Eileen Measures, group marketing director, Guy Birkin; for

services to export; Mrs Joyce Mildred Morris, for services to literacy;

Sheila Edmondson Lloyd Lady Mostyn, DL lately president and chairman of

the Clwyd branch, British Red Cross Society; John Forbes Munro,

consultant physician and senior lecturer, Eastern General and Edenhall

Hospitals, Edinburgh; Kenneth Banks Ohlson, MC TD lately chairman, South

East Council for Sport and Recreation; Maj Peter Michael Oliver,

assistant chief inspecting officer of railways, Health and Safety

Executive; John Orr, deputy chief constable, Dumfries and Galloway

Constabulary; Arthur Joseph Parkes, corporate sales director, Nestle

Company; James Peter Hill Paton, lately chief executive, Falkirk

District Council; Mrs Mary Patricia Patten, senior lecturer, Institute

of Continuing Education, Queen's University, Belfast; George Harry

Pattinson, founder, The Windermere Nautical Trust and The Cooper

Pattinson's Trust Homes.

Mrs Mary Kathleen Pedersen, lately principal, St Cecilia's Secondary

School, Londonderry; Michael Murray Webb-Peploe, honorary civilian

cardiologist to the Army; Charles Roger Perks, headteacher Baverstock

Grant Maintained School, Birmingham; David John Perry, Grade 6, Forestry

Commission; Mrs Diana Elizabeth Pidgeon, for political and public

service; David Pointon, director, Anglo Taiwan Trade Committee, Taipei,

for services to export; David Leonard Poole, chief nursing officer,

North Bedfordshire Health Authority; Miss Hazel Pamela Prosper,

secretary general and director, Girls Venture Corp Air Cadets; David

George Punt, Grade 6, Department of Trade and Industry; Professor John

Howard Purnell, professor of chemistry, University College, Swansea;

John Robson Reid, DL for services to the Mayoralty and the Corporation

of London; Peter Reid, QFSM chief officer, Staffordshire Fire and Rescue

Service; Adrian Alan Restorick, Grade 6, Lord Chancellor's Department;

Professor John David Rhodes, chief executive, chairman and technical

director, Filtronic Components.

Mrs Christine Margaret Richard, for political and public service; Maj

Colin David Robins, (ret'd) inspector of taxes (SP), Board of Inland

Revenue; Maurice Thomas Rogers, lately secretary and editor,

Commonwealth Forestry Association; Mrs Frances Mary Roualle, for

political and public service; James Francis McMillan Rowan, member, lay

Panel, Juvenile Courts in Northern Ireland; Allan George Sellar,

Provost, Inverness District Council; Sister Barbara Helena Ita Sexton,

headteacher, Mount St Joseph School, Bolton; Mrs Ann Shaw, for political

and public service; Donald Welton Shepherd, executive chairman,

Portakabin Group of Companies; Raymond Showell, lately secretary and

general manager, Operational Research Society; John William Shute,

chairman and managing director, International Automotive Design (UK).

Peter Bamford Simpkin, member, Committee for Middle East Trade;

consultant on business developments,, Wimpey Construction, for services

to export; George Ballantyne Pryde Smith, lately headteacher, Boclair

Academy, Bearsden; Ian McKenzie Smith, city arts officer, Aberdeen; Maj

Peter Barry Snowden, for services to yachting; Hugh George Howard

Stafford, lately chairman, Distributive Industry Training Trust; Richard

Steele, farmer, for services to agriculture in the Midlands; John Corbet

Stewart, regional scientific officer, West Midlands Regional Health

Authority; Professor Frederick Hope Stone, for services to the care of

young people; Miss Marion Hooper Tait, (Mrs Morse), prima ballerina,

Birmingham Royal Ballet. John Nelson Tarn, Roscoe Professor of

Architecture, University of Liverpool, and acting vice-chancellor; Mrs

Anita Mary Tasker, lately chairman, Central Council of Magistrates'

Courts Committees. Donald John Taylor, lately chief operation engineer,

Eastern Electricity; John Taylor, lately district chairman, Crewe Health

Authority; Michael Harry Rex Thompson, lately deputy chief executive,

Lloyds Bank.

Dennis William Townhill, for services to organ and church music in

Scotland; Ronald Edmund Trigg, for political service; William Clive

Trigg, Grade 6, assistant director, Property Services Agency, Department

of the Environment; John Edward Troth, managing director, Dennis Ruabon;

Mrs Winifred Letitia Tumim, lately chairman, Independent Living Fund;

Peter Rodney David Turner, headmaster, The Whitefield School and Centre.

Cecil Norman Unwin, managing director, C N Unwin; Shriramashetty

Venugopal, for services to the community in Birmingham; John Desmond

Waldron, chairman, Kratos Group plc and Kratos Analytical; George Robert

Walker, lately headmaster, Cavendish School, Hemel Hempstead; Norman

Whitmore Walker, deputy director, Newspaper Society.

Mrs Elizabeth Despard Ward, MBE president, British Kidney Patients'

Association; Mrs Iris Margaret Eleanor Weaver, DL for services to the

community in Northern Ireland; Nigel David Warwick Weaver, general

manager, Barnet Health Authority; David John Tudor Webb, Grade 7,

Department of the Environment; Wing Cdr Oliver Wells, DL for services to

the community in Bedfordshire; Mrs Dorothy Marion White, for services to

the community in London, NW 11; Roy Owen White, for political service;

Ian Robert Fleming-Williams, art historian; Professor Alan Wilson,

research and development manager, Total Oil Marine; Peter John Witt,

director, British Road Federation; Mrs Frances Ann Foote Wood, for

political service; George Allen Wright, managing director, AEP Holdings;

Wing Cdr Michael David Wright, MBE RAF (ret'd), lately security

executive, British Airports Authority.