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Barbara Crellin receives MBE for services to Rutland in the Queen's Birthday Honours



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A woman who has worked tirelessly to boost children’s sports and who cares for patients in emergency situations is to be awarded an MBE for her services to the community.

Barbara Crellin was nominated for the honour in recognition of the “significant and long-lasting impact” she has made in Rutland through her services as a voluntary first responder and her work focused on the advancement of sport and physical activity.

On finding out about her inclusion in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, the 71-year-old former headteacher, who lives in Greetham, admits she was initially lost for words.



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