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THE INDEX ALTERNATIVE HONOURS 021


YOU CHOOSE?


Every 1st January, the Queen or her vice-regal representative hands out awards for exceptional public service – the ‘New Year Honours’. For 2019 here at INDEX, we’ve compiled our alternative award winners – outstanding men and women, the unsung heroes who go mostly unrecognised, who excel in their diverse fi elds and give unconditionally


Guy Croton & Vicky Hales-Dutton T


he New Year Honours were established in 1890 and comprise orders of chivalry including a knighthood (KBE), a damehood (DBE), Member of the British


Empire (MBE), the Order of the British Empire (OBE), and Commander of the British Empire (CBE). Additional awards are the George Medal, the Queen’s Gallantry Medal and the Royal Victorian Order (RVO). People from all walks of life can be given orders – from community, voluntary and


local services to the arts and media, health, science and technology, business and the economy. Anyone can nominate someone for an award but nominees must have achieved something exceptional in public life or have committed themselves to serving and helping Britain, making life better for others. Here in Kent this year the following people certainly fi t that bill. Celebrate their achievements with us as we award the INDEX Alternative New Year Honours of 2019. And in no particular order our honours go to...


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