A campaigner for Guide Dogs for the Blind has been honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Sandra Waspe, from Stowmarket, has been given a British Empire Medal for her work in supporting the charity.

The full list for Suffolk is below.


Samuel Gurney SHEPPARD For services to the Horse Breeding Industry and the Rural Economy. (Suffolk)




Edward George Noel ALCOCK For public and voluntary service in Suffolk. (Stowmarket, Suffolk)John BARTON General Secretary, Retained Firefighters Union. For services to Fire and Rescue Services. (Newmarket, Suffolk)



**Ms Elizabeth BASKERVILLE Lately Regional Chairman, Conservative Party. For voluntary political service. (Great Barton, Suffolk)John William KEEBLE For services to the community in Theberton and Eastbridge and to the Environment and Heritage of East Anglia. (Leiston, Suffolk)David Michael SMITH Board Member, Robust Details Ltd and President, Consortium of European Building Control. For services to Building Control and voluntary service in Suffolk.(Ipswich, Suffolk)

Neil Clifford SMITH For charitable services. (Woodbridge, Suffolk)

Joanna SPICER, DL For public service to the community in Suffolk. (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk)


Hilary HATCHER. Founder Member and Fundraiser, Suffolk Breakthrough Breast Cancer. For services to Breast Cancer Research and Education.(Woodbridge, Suffolk)

Ian LANGDON For services to the community in Grundisburgh, Suffolk. (Woodbridge, Suffolk)Ms Sandra Margaret WASPE. For services to the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association in East Anglia. (Stowmarket, Suffolk)