Jill Stein among Queen's Birthday Honours for Cornwall

  • 15 June 2013
  • From the section Cornwall
Image caption Jill Stein is the director of The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow

A restaurateur from a famous seafood eatery is among those recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

Jill Stein, who co-owns The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow in Cornwall with TV chef Rick Stein, has been appointed OBE for services to the industry.

Also included are a paramedic for voluntary service to search and rescue training and a mining historian.

Prof John Scott, FBA, from Lostwithiel has been appointed a CBE for services to social science.

MBEs appointed in Cornwall include:

  • Dennis Arbon for services to the arts and the community in Cornwall
  • John Buckley, who is a mining historian, for services to Cornish heritage and history
  • Alan Conquest for voluntary service to the Royal British Legion and the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association
  • Paramedic Allan Cottle for 15 years of voluntary assistance training Royal Navy search and rescue crews
  • Dr Michael Hersant for services to the community in Penzance
  • Michael Pitkeathly for voluntary service to naval heritage
  • Keith Stringer, who is manager at Helston fire station, for services to the community and to young people in Cornwall
  • Arthur Warren-Nicholls for services to the communities in Lostwithiel, Tywardreath and St Blazey
  • Clive Williams, who is manager at St Just fire station, for services to the organisation and the local community

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