MBE- Mark Philip Horton of Coleraine for long years of rivers conservation work including CEO of Ballinderry Rivers Trust and as Director of the all Ireland Rivers Trust.

MBE-John Chapman of Magherafelt who has worked tirelessly for young people with severe learning difficulties.

MBE- Antony Joseph Convery of Moneymore , a most successful businessman who started the CDE group, now a global company, specialising in wet processing plants for the aggregate and waste industries.

MBE-Dr. Adrian Brendan Johnston of Curryfree, Londonderry who has worked for many years within the local and wider community to build Peace.

BEM- William Robert Caskey of Magherafelt, a watch commander in Magherafelt Firestation who has not just done his job well but has been very active in community work.

BEM- James Thomas Laverty of Ardmore who has given years of service to swimming in Ireland and in coaching the para Olympian swimmers most successfully.

BEM- Andrew McClarty of Garvagh who has fundraised for decades for many medical charities, including Macmillan, using his skills as a farmer and horticulturist.

BEM- Robert Alastair McFarland of Eglinton who is a teacher at Limavady High, a school with enviable success with pupils of all levels.

BEM – George Clarke McLaughlin, a fireman who , much like Mr Caskey, has given much beyond his duty as a fireman but also within his community.