People in the community Honoured by Queen
7:30am 15th June 2013
A long serving head of Aylesbury College is one of many recognised in the Queen's Honour's list, which has been unveilved today.
Pauline Odulinski from Thame who has been the head for 26 years, was awarded an OBE for services to further education.
Others recognised by the Queen include:
Rachel Below from Berkhamsted, a project accountant in the Home Office, received an OBE for services to Government Financial Management.
Lesley Clarke from High Wycombe, Chair of Women in Local Government Association was awarded an OBE for services to Local Government.
Alan Mabbutt from Buckingham received an OBE for services to Local Government and Political Engagement.
Chief executive, England Hockey and chief Operating Officer, Great Britain Hockey Sally Munday was awarded an MBE for services to Hockey. She's from Chinnor in Oxfordshire.
David Truesdale from Haddenham who's the Co-Founder of Leys Community Development Initiative, received an MBE for services to the community in Oxford.
Hilary Reid from Princes Risborough received a British Empire Medal, or BEM for services to the community in Great Hampden in Buckinghamshire.
Meanwhile RAF Halton are holding a Families Day today. The ticketed event will include the Queen's Birthday Flypast.
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