Distinguished residents of Swindon and wider Wiltshire will receive Birthday Honours from King Charles III.

Professor Melanie Welham, the executive chair of the  Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, will be made a Dame in recognition of her services to bioscience.

Major General Nicholas Caplin CB, from Pewsey, is the CEO of Blind Veterans UK and will receive a CBE - Commander of the Order of the British Empire - for services to veterans and the vision-impaired.

Chantal Brian, from Chippenham, is the founding trustee and campaigner of Teach Us Too. She will receive an OBE - Officer of the Order of the British Empire - for services to children and young people with special educational needs.

Robert Fellows, from Swindon, will also receive an OBE for his services to paramedic education as the head of education at the College of Paramedics.

Julia Nolan, from Swindon, is the deputy director for international climate strategy at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. She will receive an OBE for services to international climate diplomacy.

International Cat Care CEO Claire Bessant, from Salisbury, will receive an MBE - Member of the Order of the British Empire - for services to cat welfare.

Julie Lawrence, from Chippenham, is the director of the National Executive Committee and the Labour Party's general secretary of office staff.

She will receive an MBE in recognition of her political service.

Fundraiser Sally Orange, from Salisbury, will receive an MBE for services to charity and mental health.

Richard Symonds, from Wiltshire, will receive an MBER for services to defence in his role as the Ministry of Defence's security incident policy and investigation team leader.

Ashton Keynes Primary School teacher David Tarr will receive a medal of the Order of the British Empire for his services to the school and to the village's community.

Leslie Welling will receive a similar medal for his services to the community in Devizes.

Jeannie Long, from South Gloucestershire, will receive a medal of the Order of the British Empire for founding Happy Handbag, which provides services to disadvantaged people in Bristol, Gloucestershire, and Swindon.

Nationally, Vogue editor-in-chief Dame Anna Wintour and Booker Prize-winning novelist Ian McEwan have been made Companions of Honour alongside Professor Sir John Bell from the University of Oxford.

Line Of Duty star Vicky McClure, TV presenter Davina McCall and veteran broadcaster Ken Bruce are now MBEs.

Footballer-turned-pundit Ian Wright has been made an OBE, while the late Sir Martin Amis was knighted a day before he died last month.