A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service employee has been given a special award for 40 years service.
Ursula Jones, from Great Sutton, works in the Human Resources (HR) Department at the Winsford Headquarters and was presented with her award during a ceremony at Eaton Estate, Chester.
Ursula was presented with her award, along with colleagues receiving medals for 20 years service, by Cheshire’s Lord Lieutenant David Briggs at an awards evening in the Wolf Room at Eaton Park, Eaton Estate, on March 21st 2016.
Recipients of the 20-year medal included:
- Watch Manager Jonathan Caulfield who lives in Winsford and works in Crewe
- Watch Manager Daniel Cummings who lives in Aintree and works in Warrington
- On-call Firefighter Celia Margot Davies who lives and works in Malpas
- Firefighter Michael Hitchen who lives and works in Warrington
- Firefighter Craig McIntyre who lives and works in Runcorn
Chief Fire Officer Paul Hancock added: “The special award was presented to Ursula for having served 40 years and, in that time, she has shown exemplary behaviour. I would like to congratulate her on the award, and thank her for her tireless dedication to the Service.”
Andrea Harvey, Head of People and Development said: “Ursula is a leading light within the human resources department, relentlessly offering her time, knowledge and support to her colleagues. She never turns anyone away. I would like to congratulate her on reaching such a monumental milestone, and she should be proud of her significant contribution to Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service over the years.”
Top Image: Ursula Jones being presented with her award.