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|The Royal College of Heraldry
42nd Anniversary Honours List
Awards bestowed by
HRH Prince Leonard on the occasion of the
Order of Wisdom and Learning
Peter Winterbourne Kemp
Bestowed with the Rank of Knight of the Order of Wisdom & Learning for:
On-going and continuous community support, education & entertainment spanning more than 50 years.
Peter has been a member of various scouting groups since late 1948 and he
earned himself the Queen's Scouts Award from the UK's HM QEII in 1952, not
an easy task, and has taken a teaching and mentoring role with the scouts
throughout his adult years, of late remaining an active member of the
Australian King & Queen's Scout Association.
Peter also became a freelance journalist specialising in theatre writing for a suburban chain of newspapers. He now writes for an Australia Wide magazine Stage Whispers, publishes his own theatre magazine at www.pktheatre.com and is the Australian correspondent for a London based Theatre World Internet magazine. he also has regular spots on community radio where he talks on show business, plays nostalgic music and fills in when there is absentees.
all that is not enough, Peter is also a very active member of the
National Boer War Memorial Association-Victoria (NBWMA-V) where he serves as
Public Relations Officer (PRO). Peter is
also an active member of the branches Boer War
promotion committee and in this scenario he plays an important part in the
presentation Team. The objective of this Team is to create greater public
awareness of the Boer War in order to help raise funds needed to build the
memorial by visiting and raising interest within various related groups such
as RSL’s, Rotary, Probus and similar Club meetings. On these occasions
members of the Team inform the audience of what the Boer War was about, why
Australia became involved and why it is necessary to build a memorial within
Canberra’s War memorial precinct.
Peter is also a non-resident citizen of the PHR and has been since 2010.
Superintendent Candice Lynn Wallin LFICC
(Ridgedale, Saskatchewan, CANADA)
Superintendent Wallin of the Legion of Frontiersmen, Independent Command, CANADA is:
Bestowed with the Rank of Member of the Illustrious Order of Merit for:
Having provided her first (of many, many more we trust) 12 months & on-going service with the Legion, which provides Support in all manner of areas to the local community & surrounds in Ridgedale, Saskatchewan in which it operates.
Candice also provides essential I.T. support to the Command and thus plays an important role at times in providing photo's and graphics etc in particular, for use by both the Command and us here in the Principality, for including in LFICC quarterly "After Action" reports.
of Candice and those like her serving in the LFICC is very much
Courtney always accompanies her
Grandmother Sylvia Raux in her activities as a volunteer in Northampton.
Courtney works tirelessly with her grandmother carrying out roadside rubbish
removal on the highway and weed control at the three town cemeteries as well
as washing up at the Community Centre.
(Northampton, WESTERN AUSTRALIA)
Bestowed with the Rank of Officer of the Illustrious Order of Merit for:
Outstanding and continuous service to the community of Northampton and to the Principality of Hutt River.
Ms Raux's nomination clearly states that her commitment to the tourism
industry in the region is
exemplary and only equaled by her commitment to community members.
Ms Raux provides an
informative narration and directions to those who travel to the Principality
by coach from the Port of Geraldton who wish to make a part of their Ocean
Cruise aboard the visiting Cruise Liners to have morning or afternoon tea
with the Prince and a guided tour of Nain. Ms Raux meets and boards the
coach in Geraldton and takes up her position as guide to the visitors
on-board as they travel to and return from the Principality.
|Knight Commander (KCIOM)
Mr Andrew Michael Hill
Andrew Michael Hill was nominated for his voluntary work with Hospital Radio Plymouth, a charity which provides radio entertainment to patients in hospitals in Plymouth, England. Andrew joined this charity as a 16-year-old school boy in 1983 and has volunteered continuously for it for 29 years. During that time he has won both internal and national awards for this work. He is well known for his commitment to visiting patients at their bedsides and engendering their interest in his shows before they go to air and getting them to choose songs or to have audio clips included in the shows from the patients and/or their families.
Andrew has received the charity’s Sandy Lavers
Memorial prize for ward visiting on 5 occasions, the only person to have
received this award so many times. He received the award in 1988, 1989,
1992, 2004 and 2005.
Andrew was tragically widowed in 2006 but despite this sad bereavement was able to muster the will to continue with his voluntary work at Hospital Radio. He went on to be elected to the position of station manager in October 2007. This was at a time when the charity was very much at a low ebb and almost on the brink of collapse. Under his stewardship however Hospital Radio Plymouth was lifted out of the doldrums and has gone on to be recognised as the best hospital radio in the United Kingdom. The station was named Station of the Year in 2008, 2011 and 2012 and was runner up for the same award in 2009 and 2010, the only station in the country to have been winner or runner up for 5 years in a row. During Andrew’s tenure as station manager Hospital Radio Plymouth was also named “Volunteer Team of the Year” in awards issued within Plymouth and sponsored by the City’s main local newspaper, The Herald.
Under Andrew’s stewardship Hospital Radio Plymouth was recognised by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 2011 when the charity was bestowed with “The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service”, the highest national award which can be bestowed upon a voluntary organisation in the United Kingdom. Andrew puts in many hours of voluntary week each week, juggling this with a demanding professional job with a national law firm.
|Dame Commander (DCIOM)
Deputy Chief Commissioner, Dame
Services to the Legion
of Frontiersmen, Independent Command, CANADA in that Dame Shirley has
provided support and is the "right hand person" to the Chief Commissioner
(and husband) as deputy Chief Commissioner, in the management of the LFICC
and in her support and service with this Command has recently provided her
500th public/community service as a serving member of the LFICC.
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