Former chief constable to be awarded alongside Corrie legend

Former chief constable Andy Rhodes <i>(Image: Lancs Police)</i>
Former chief constable Andy Rhodes (Image: Lancs Police)

Lancashire's former chief constable, Andrew Rhodes, will be rewarded for 30 years of policing today.

Mr Rhodes retired from Lancashire Constabulary in 2021, being succeeded by Chris Rowley, and today (Tuesday, January 24), he will be made an OBE for services to emergency responder wellbeing and mental health.

Coronation Street legend, Helen Worth, is also among those set to receive honours at Windsor Castle.

The Ossett-born actress, who has played Gail Platt on Coronation Street since 1974, will be made an MBE for services to drama.

Also being honoured at the ceremony will be England’s chief nurse Dame Ruth Beverley (Ruth May), who will be made a Dame Commander for her contribution to nursing, midwifery and the NHS.

The Bailiff of Jersey, Sir Timothy Le Cocq, will be made a Knight Bachelor for services to the bailiwick where he was born and has lived much of his life.

Visual artist Cornelia Parker, who is best known for large-scale installations, will be made a CBE for services to the arts.

Air Vice-Marshal Suraya Marshall will also be made a CBE, while Jonathan Powell’s efforts when director at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office will see him become a Companion in the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George.