Robert Ernest Bailie OBE of Castlerock
Robert has made a wide ranging contribution to the local community, to the economy and to Opera. He is locally involved in the acclaimed Binevenagh Landscape Partnership Group.


Clodagh Elizabeth Dunlop of Magherafelt
Ms Dunlop is a remarkable young woman. She had a stroke at the age of 35 and developed Locked-in Syndrome. She was helped by a speech and language therapist and Thrombectomy Teams in the Royal Victoria Hospital and is now an advocate for Stroke Care and was particularly active during Covid.

Robert Hugh Marshall Wilson of Portstewart
Robert is a past Principal of Limavady Grammar School and at one time worked in Coleraine High School as a geography teacher. His contribution to senior teacher and principals has been recognised as he was the Regional Officer for the Association of Schools and College Leaders. This Association is the turn to for advice group for senior teachers and principals.


Marguerite Mary Teresa Hull of Eglinton
This lady has worked for 30 years with St Vincent de Paul, volunteers with Faughanvale Community Project and Eglinton Community Association. Her work is cross community.

Irene Elizabeth Hunter of Drumahoe
Her work with and for the Royal British Legion is highly regarded locally and beyond.

William Henry King of Coleraine
He has a lifelong history of Security Service work which he has carried out with professionalism alongside his voluntary work in the care sector and organiser in a local running club.

Phyllis Michael of Portstewart and Hilary Richardson of Portstewart
Both these ladies are recognised for their many years of service to Girl Guiding.

The Lord Lieutenant, Mrs Alison Millar, congratulates all the recipients and thanks them for their contribution to the people of the County.