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Stockport’s Covid-19 heroes among those included in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Stockport’s Covid-19 heroes among those included in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Whether medal winners or not, a huge thank you to all our local heroes who have been working to support our communities throughout the coronavirus crisis.

Congratulations to all the unsung heroes and heroines in Stockport who have been doing amazing things throughout the current crisis.

Some of our local heroes have been awarded medals in the Queen’s Birthday Honours – congratulations to the following people:

. Order of the British Empire, Simon Richard LEA
General Store Manager, Asda Ltd. For services to the Covid-19 response Stockport Greater Manchester

. Order of the British Empire, Tracey Ann PEARSON
Senior Care Worker, Grove Lodge Care Home. For services to Care Home residents during Covid-19 Stockport Greater Manchester

For community initiatives:

. Order of the British Empire, Henry Stuart OWEN-JOHN
For services to Heritage Protection Stockport Cheshire

. Order of the British Empire, Sarabjit Singh PUREWAL
Principal Specialist Inspector, Health and Safety Executive. For services to Health and Safety and to Cyber Security Stockport Greater Manchester

. Order of the British Empire, Alison CRESSWELL
Lately Head of Participation and Education Services, Stockport Borough Council. For services to Education, Training and Apprenticeships Congleton Cheshire

. Order of the British Empire, Dr Ibrar Mohammed MAJID
For services to Healthcare and Community Development in Manchester Stockport Greater Manchester

. Order of the British Empire, Dr Helen Louise SANDERSON
Founder and Chief Executive, Wellbeing Teams. For services to Adult Social Care Stockport Greater Manchester

. Order of the British Empire, Tanya Faith BENNETT
Commissioner, Goyt Division, Girlguides and Senior Coach, Spartac Gymnastics Club, Ormskirk. For voluntary service to Young People in North West England Stockport Greater Manchester

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