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Long-serving county council staff recognised

Long serving staff with Bucks County Council chairman Carl Etholen and chief executive Chris Williams

Long serving staff with Bucks County Council chairman Carl Etholen and chief executive Chris Williams

Staff who have worked more than a combined 230 years for Buckinghamshire County Council have been recognised at an awards ceremony in Aylesbury.

Eight long-serving staff, celebrating 25 years each and one, who has served for 30 years, were presented with commemorative certificates.

They were honoured at a lunchtime buffet in Judges’ Lodgings yesterday, at which 66 other staff members were congratulated on achievements throughout the past year.

Council chairman Carl Etholen said: “Our officers work hard, often beyond the call of duty, to make Buckinghamshire a council people can be proud of, and one that serves the people of the county well.”

Long servers included Hilary Dennington-Holdrick, maths teacher at Beaconsfield High School (30 years); 25-year servers Margaret Corden, children and families worker at High Wycombe and Aylesbury; Philip Griffin, ICT analyst at Aylesbury; Jane Parker accountant at Aylesbury; Jacqueline Peters, senior claims handler at Aylesbury; Sheila Skinner, tutor with adult learning at Aylesbury; Janet Spicer, special language support assistant at Elmtree Infant School, Chesham; Heather Stuchbury, lunchtime supervisor at Waddesdon Primary School; Christine Wood, learning support assistant at Downley School.

 

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