A host of representatives from the catering, hospitality and tourism industry were recognised for their efforts both within their sectors and outside of them, in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
Among those recognised in the Honours this year, which mark the Queen's official birthday on Saturday 14 June were:
CBE Andrew Douglas Brownsword, philanthropist. For charitable services to the arts heritage and health in Bath and South West England.
Penelope Viscountess Cobham, chairman, VisitEngland. For services to tourism.
OBE Ms Chantal Jane Coady, chocolatier. For services to chocolate making.
Dr Howard James Hastings, managing director, Hastings Hotels Group. For services to tourism and hospitality.
Julian Edward Metcalfe, MBE. For services to the hospitality industry.
Mrs Susan Jennifer Hattersley, team leader, Food Standards Agency. For services to the improvement and development of UK food allergy policy and research.
William Adams Wolsey, managing director, Beannchor. For services to business and the hospitality industry in Northern Ireland.
GRENADA, Russel Fielden. For services to the tourism industry.
MBE Ms Gail Broadhurst, head of hotel and catering Babcock Marine. For services to Royal Navy personnel. (Helensburgh, Dunbartonshire.)
Ms Stella Lindsay West Harling, founder, Ashburton Cookery School. For services to the hospitality industry in Devon. (Ashburton, Devon)
Richard Bertrand Player, higher executive officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence Catering. (Dorset.)
Eugene Patrick James McKeever, managing director, the McKeever Hotel Group. For services to tourism and hospitality in Northern Ireland. (Toomebridge, Antrim)
BEM (British Empire Medal) Ivan Philip Ian Hopkins, executive chef, Nottingham Trent University. For services to higher education (Mansfield, Nottinghamshire)
Mrs Jennifer Ann Bristow, chef and broadcaster. For services to broadcasting and the food industry in Northern Ireland. (Ballymena, Antrim)