Five gongs for East Lothian in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Stephen Bunyan at Lauderdale House

Stephen Bunyan at Lauderdale House

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East Lothian residents received five gongs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Stephen Bunyan, a founder member of Dunbar Community Council, was awarded an MBE for voluntary service in East Lothian and Dunbar businesswoman Pauline Jaffray received a BEM for services to business and the community in East Lothian.

Ailsa Proverbs, founder of The Big Cheese Making Company, was given an MBE for services to the food industry in East Lothian.

Kenneth Crawford, of Musselburgh, the former head of aviation at Transport Scotland, was awarded on OBE for services to aviation in Scotland.

Alex Clark, who was bought up in Elphinstone, is deputy chief officer of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS).

He was awarded the Queen’s Fire Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the fire service.

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