Nine Brent residents included in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list

Kilburn tops the chart of recepients from the borough

Nine people from the borough have been named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

Mayur Parsuram Patel from Wembley, a team leader in the litigation department of the Treasury solicitor, has been given a CBE.

Gerald Vincent Irwin Davis from Kenton, has been given an OBE for his services to further education.

Mr Davies is the chair of corporation of the College of North West London which has campuses in Willesden and Wembley.


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Adrian Voce, Director of Play England, an organisation that ensures there are adequate recreational spaces for children, who lives in the NW10 area, has received an OBE as has George Jolyon Hay-Thompson, a lawyer for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs from Kilburn.

Four other Kilburn residents have received MBEs.

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Patricia Ann Bazeley, who works for the Samaritans, Kirstie Donnelly, director of products and marketing for Learn Direct, Peter John Pullan, Chairman of stage text, an organisation that offers services to deaf and hard of hearing people and Chief Charles Cobiah Cheata Thompson, for services to the black film industry..

Ridha Maha from Wembley, has also been awarded a MBE for services to Muslim women.

Do you live or work in Brent and been named in the list?

If so contact the new desk on 020 7433 6228 or email lorraine.king@archant.co.uk.

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