The 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours list has finally been revealed, four months later than usual - and there are a number of familiar faces in Cornwall winning top honours.

This year’s list was postponed from June in order to include people, such as medical workers, fundraisers and volunteers, who had been instrumental in the Covid-19 effort.

It celebrates the selfless good deeds of big names as well as ordinary people during the pandemic, which saw delivery drivers drop off food and medicine to vulnerable people and health and care workers put themselves at risk to help their communities and beyond.

At the same time it recognises figures who have given special contributions in business, charity and their communities.

They included the managing director of trading at Tregothnan near Truro, Jonathon Glyn Jones, who has been named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to international trade and commerce.

The estate has seen huge growth and success in its tea production over the last few years - and is now even exporting tea to China, and reproducing conditions of the famous tea-growing Indian district of Darjeeling.

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Other well known figures include Lucy Jewson, founder of organic clothing brand Frugi, based in Helston. who has been made a Member of the British Empire (MBE).

She started the company in 2004 from her kitchen table near St Martin, after she and husband Kurt struggled to find clothes to fit over their son's cloth nappies, and has grown it into a multi-million company with more than 500 retailers selling in 34 countries.

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Also being named MBEs are Patricia Mary Plumbridge for services to the community in Newlyn, Ruth Ann Van Dyke in Redruth for services to childcare and early learning for disadvantaged children, and Richard Belling of Mylor, chairman of the Belling Charitable Settlement that operates in Cornwall, Hertfordshire, Lancashire and Enfield.

It aims to provide education and training to young people, and prevent poverty.

A further ten people living and working in Cornwall have been awarded British Empire Medals, awarded for a 'hands-on' service to the local community.

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Jonathon Glyn Jones, managing director of trading at Tregothnan: for services to International Trade and Commerce (Truro, Cornwall)

Members of the British Empire (MBE)

Richard Eric Belling, chair of Belling Charitable Settlement: for services to the Education of Young People (Restronguet Point, Cornwall)

Lucy Amanda Jewson, founder of Frugi: for services to Ethical Clothing Design (Constantine, Cornwall)

Patricia Mary Plumbridge: for services to the community in Newlyn, Cornwall (Newlyn, Cornwall)

Ruth Ann Van Dyke: for services to Childcare and Early Learning for Disadvantaged Children (Redruth)

British Empire Medal (BEM)

William Michael Roger Bankes-Jones, for services to Opera and Diversity (Penzance)

Hazel Jean Bound, volunteer in Cornwall and Devon, Long Distance Walking Association: for voluntary service to Walking in South West England (Exeter)

Patrick Lee Wayne Farr: for services to Children's Hospices in South West England (Falmouth)

Luci Claire Isaacson (Scholes): for services to Flood Risk Management in Cornwall (Truro)

Hannah Patricia Kentish, formerly UK Youth commissioner, Scout Association: for voluntary service to Scouting and Young People (Redruth)

Laura Jane Millward, run director of Penrose Parkrun, Helston: for voluntary and charitable services to the community in Cornwall (Redruth)

Donna Orphan: for services to the community in St Germans, Cornwall (Torpoint)

Kenneth Warren: for services to the community in St Austell, Cornwall

Mary Elizabeth Whibley: for services to the community in Bude, Cornwall (Morwenstow)

Joanna Julia Yelland, strategic director at Exeter City Council: for services to Reducing Health Inequalities (Fowey)