Mandy Hope and Stephen Eley honoured for London 2012 work

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Two people from Wiltshire have been recognised for their support of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in the Queen's Honours list.

Civil servants Mandy Hope and Stephen Eley are both appointed OBE.

Head teacher Anne Bull-George and civil servant Peter Davis are made OBE, for services to education and to the armed forces respectively.

Dr Cyril Bennett and the Rev Christopher Walker, both from Salisbury, are appointed MBE.

Volunteer Dr Bennett has been recognised for his work in the field of river fly conservation, while Rev Walker, a regimental padre, is honoured for services to armed forces personnel.

Patricia Branley, who works in administration at the Ministry of Defence, has been given the British Empire Medal (BEM) for public and charitable services especially to the Macmillian Trust and military veterans.

A BEM has also been awarded to Maurice Cole for his work in the community of Codford.

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