go

West Berkshire residents recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours list

Dan Cooper

Reporter:

Dan Cooper

Contact:

01635 886632

West Berkshire residents recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours list

WEST Berkshire residents are among those who have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

Designer, restaurateur and writer Sir Terence Conran, who lives in Kintbury, has been appointed an MBE.

He is well-known for opening the very first Habitat shop and overseeing the stores expansion.

Graham Christopher Spencer Mather (pictured), President of the European Policy Forum has been appointed a CBE for services to economic regulation, competition and infrastructure development.

Mr Mather previously represented Newbury in the European Parliament from 1994-99.

He is a lawyer, has experience in local, national and international economic policy, advises an international investment bank and is a member of the Competition Appeal Tribunal.

He lives in Donnington and is involved with a number of local business interests. 

Alistair Dunbar Storey appointed an OBE for services to the Hospitality Industry.

Mr Storey is founder and chief executive of Westbury Street Holdings and lives in Boxford.

 

 

 

Leave your comment

Share your opinions on Newbury Weekly News

Characters left: 1000

News

Kennet School and council in dispute over £43,000 payment
News

Kennet School and council dispute £43,000 payment

Lawyers called in to settle 'ongoing issue' with academy

 
Knife confiscated from year 5 pupil
Hampshire

Knife confiscated from primary school pupil

Headteacher declines to comment on actions taken

 
News

Emergency repairs (and traffic delays) on the A4 in Newbury to last until Wednesday

 
News

Major delays in Newbury

1comment

 
News

Road closure in Great Shefford