Awards for 18 Buckinghamshire residents were announced today in His Majesty King Charles III’s New Year Honours List. These men and women have been recognised for their outstanding work in supporting key services and communities, across the fields of business, international trade, music, space, education and public service, as well as championing diversity and inclusion, providing support to charities and refugees, voluntary services and local communities
His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, The Countess Howe, said:
“I am delighted for the Buckinghamshire residents recognised with an award in the 2024 New Years Honours.
The Coronation of King Charles III has undoubtedly been the highlight of 2023, and so as this momentous year draws to a close it is heartening to see Buckinghamshire residents gain recognition for exemplary work across such a diverse range of sectors. We are privileged to be home to a number of diverse and gifted individuals who work tirelessly to improve the lives of our residents and the wider population of this nation. It gives me immense pride that their achievements have been recognised and they should be justifiably proud. I applaud them all and thank them for their admirable commitment and dedication.”
Lady Howe added: “I would encourage everyone to consider if they know of an individual whom they might nominate for a national honour. There are many unsung heroes continually going above and beyond in our communities and improving the lives of our residents. The Buckinghamshire Lieutenancy Office can provide guidance on how to make a nomination.”