Wiltshire's Help for Heroes founders made OBEs

British troops in Afghanistan Help for Heroes provides support for wounded service personnel

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The couple who set up the Help for Heroes charity in Wiltshire have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

Bryn and Emma Parry from Downton near Salisbury have been made OBEs for their voluntary service to the Armed Forces.

The military charity provides support to wounded service personnel.

Elsewhere in the county, psychologist Dr Elizabeth Howells has been made an OBE for services to mental health care in Wiltshire.

Anita Bew, from Calne, becomes and MBE for her community work in Marlborough and its African link village of Gunjar in the Gambia.

And Frances Lewis from Bradford-on-Avon is also made an MBE for her work with single parents and victims of domestic abuse.

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