The Order of the British Empire - 2006, HRH The Prince of Wales awarded Tony Fitzjohn on December the 14th with the prestigious Order Of The British Empire. The Ceremony took place at Buckingham Palace in London. Tony received the order for his outstanding work for the George Adamson Wildlfe Preservation Trust in Tanzania. After the ceremony Tony was congratulated by his friends and the people who support his efforts to preserve and protect the wildlife of East Africa. The picture features from left to right: Robert Marshall-Andrews Q.C., M.P. Chairman of the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust UK, Lucy Fitzjohn, Tony Fitzjohn, Andrew Mortimer Esq., Hon. Treasurer of GAWPT UK and Brigadier-General Hashim Mbita (retd.,), Chairman of The Tanzanian Trust, who came over especially for the occasion.
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