Queen's honours for south London's best
Rugby star Lawrence Dallaglio is among those in south London to be recognised in the Queen's birthday honours list.
The recently-retired England player and captain of the London Wasps, who lives in Richmond and is already an MBE, is to be recognised for services to rugby and to charity.
Those receiving a CBE include: Bernard Borland, principal at St Francis Xavier Sixth Form College in Clapham, for services to further education.
Staines-based Heather Schroeder, director of children, schools and families for Camden Council, for services to social care.
Mela Watts, from Wimbledon, for work with the Department for Children, Schools and Families.
Merton-based Linda Taylor, Career Guidance Practitioner and chief executive of Connexions South London, for voluntary and public service to young people.
Those to receive an MBE include: Reverend Professor Jane Barbara Boyce-Tillman, from SW16, who is professor of applied music at the University of Winchester, for services to music and education.
Jill Cooper, head occupational therapist at Royal Marsden Hospital who lives in the Wimbledon area, for services to the Allied Profesions in the south east.
Maureen Disson, from Putney, for her work as administrator for the Health and Safety Executive.
Pamela Galliers, from West Ewell, for services to foster care and to the community in the London Borough of Merton.
Stanley Knowles, from Barnes, for services to the City of London Councils.
Battersea-based Professor Christopher Orr, artist and head of the print-making department at the Royal College of Art, for services to art.
Anastasia Osbourne, from SW16, for her work as team leader for special projects at the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform.
Claudine Reid, from SW16, for services to social enterprise and to the community in south London.
Farouk Saeed, from Tooting, for services to the defence industry Giles Stimson, from Barnes, for service to the financial services industry.
Battersea-based writer Alex Wheatle for services to literature.