County Council staff rewarded for their long service to Buckinghamshire
Between them they have clocked up more than 325 years’ service at Buckinghamshire County Council and now they have received official praise and recognition for their achievements.
Eleven staff members ranging from a school caretaker to a reablement worker were presented with framed certificates to mark their 25 years’ service at the council at a special ceremony in Judges Lodgings last week (Wednesday 18 July), hosted by Chief Executive Rachael Shimmin and Chairman Netta Glover and attended by other senior council managers.
Staff who received awards were:
- Sandra Barnes, Reablement Worker, Wycombe Hospital
- Nicola Bertolone, Teacher, Butlers Court School
- Janet Cheriton, Teaching Assistant, Thomas Hickman School
- Janet Fearnside, Aftercare Personal Advisor, High Wycombe
- Alison Gallagher, Pre-School Administrator, Bearbrook Combined School and Pre-School
- Rosemary Lindsay, Exclusions and Reintegration Officer
- Christine Plimsaul, Headteacher, Chestnut Lane School, Amersham
- Melanie Selwood, St Pauls Church of England Combined School
- Nick Shreive, Caretaker, Chartridge Combined School
- Tracy Thomas, Assistant Headteacher, Winslow C of E Combined School
- Marilyn West, Tutor at Harding House, Aylesbury
Speaking after the event Chairman Netta Glover said: “Congratulations to everyone here today. A quarter of a century working for the same organisation is a true milestone and a wonderful achievement so it is only fitting that it is celebrated in this way.”