Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

MBE – Mrs Lorraine Abernethy A Paediatric Occupational Therapist involved for many years in the adaption of paediatric wheelchairs and volunteer work within the Community. She was particularly active during the spring Covid Emergency

MBE – Ms Debbie Caulfield BEM Already a tireless effective community worker, for which she received her BEM, her work during the Spring Covid Emergency was remarkable

MBE – Rev Canon David Paul Hoey The Canon helped harness a local knowledgeable,targeted and practical approach during the Spring Covid Emergency

MBE – Rev Dr John I Thompson TD A tireless volunteer not only for the Armed Forces but in the community

MBE – Mr Sampson A K Trotter BEM A member of the RUC GC for 4 decades. He is a renowned Police Historian and author of the hugely humbling and informing “Constabulary Heroes”. He also has given years of service in retirement to the Retired Police Officers Association

Medallists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

BEM – Mrs Aileen E Caughey For a remarkable response during the Spring Covid Emergency in services to Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service

BEM – Mr Raymond A Dowey Retired railwayman having given many yeas of track maintenance service in often difficult circumstances

BEM – Mr Brian I Logan Artistic Director of Ballywillan Drama Group Portrush and contribution to local pantomime and theatre for decades

BEM – Mr Nigel J Walker For services to Northern Ireland Prison Service

BEM – Mr Alan Warke In addition to his years of service to youth and Search Rescue Charities including the “Different Skins” project his response during the spring Covid Emergency was recognised