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Queen's New Year Honours 2022 list: Meet the incredible Bristol midwife who won award

Jan 1, 2022

Queen's New Year Honours 2022 list: Meet the incredible Bristol midwife who won award 'There are so many people in the hospital worthy of the recognition, so many unsung heroes' The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. SIGN UP We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice A midwife who has helped thousands of the city's most vulnerable babies by helping to set up a donor breast milk service has been honoured with a prestigious award. Marion Copeland is one of 11 people from our city and the surrounding areas to receive the Queen's New Year's honour. She is an infant feeding specialist midwife at North Bristol NHS Trust, and has been awarded a BEM for services to infant feeding and postnatal care. BEM awards are given for a ‘hands-on’ service to the local community, which can be a long-term charitable or voluntary activity, or innovative work for a duration of three to four years that has made a significant difference. Marion runs specialist feeding clinics and also helped to set up the South West Milk Bank, which provides donor breast milk for premature and vulnerable babies if their mother’s own milk is unavailable. Marion said she was “shocked and very humbled” to receive the honour, which was a good way to celebrate the “great things that have happened in Bristol and NBT.” Follow the latest updates on this story and others like it here She said: “I am pleased that this award means infant feeding is being recognised. I feel passionate about having the feeding clinic and I think it has been a really good service for mothers. "There are so many people in the hospital worthy of the recognition, so many unsung heroes. Everything that was mentioned in my nomination has been down to team work, it’s not just me.” Other staff members from North Bristol NHS trust to have been recognised in the annual honours list are Ade Williams, a pharmacist from Bedminster, and Jonathan Turner, formerly head of laboratory operations at Severn Pathology. Ade has been made an MBE for services to the NHS and to the community in South Bristol, while Jonathan Turner has also been announced as an MBE for his services in the pandemic. NBT Chief Executive Maria Kane said: “We are so pleased to see our wonderful colleagues recognised in the Queen’s New Year Honours! “Ade has been a hugely valued member of our Board and it is so satisfying to see that all his hard work supporting the health of our community has been honoured. “Marion is very passionate about supporting mothers and babies with feeding and I am so pleased that the work she has done to change the lives of thousands of people has been recognised. “And it is great to see Jonathan Turner from our Severn Pathology partnership being honoured for the lab’s heroic efforts to step-up the testing response to the pandemic.” Want our best stories with fewer ads and alerts when the biggest news stories drop? Download our app on iPhone or Android NBT Chair, Michele Romaine, said: "I am so thrilled to see members of our NBT family being recognised for their passionate and dedicated service to our communities. "I want to congratulate Ade, Marion and Jonathan who are shining examples of the sort of caring and compassionate people who work at NBT. "Well done to them and thank you to the thousands more who are committed to delivering healthcare for our patients and their families.” People receive honours on an annual basis on New Year's Eve, as well as on the Queen's birthday. Members of the public can nominate someone for a specific honour, and an honours committee then decides who will be awarded. What do you think? Sign in and join the conversations in the comments below Read More

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Jonathan Turner acquired 1 company. Their latest acquisition was The Yorke Arms on November 09, 2017.

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